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While Quality of Life Health Services, Inc. has operated in Tuskegee and Macon County since the summer of 2013, the official dedication and ribbon-cutting of a state-of-the-art building means more options for the community.

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Authorities have confirmed the identity of the 17-year-old juvenile murder suspect who is charged in connection to the fatal shooting early Sunday morning that killed one and injured four others in Auburn.

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The T-100 jet trainer Tuskegee project proposed by Leonardo-DRS continues to gain ongoing support from organizations, friends, community leaders, associations, elected officials and many others from Tuskegee and across the region and the United States with many who say, “Count Me In,” we sup…

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The unveiling of Harold D. Powell banner was a ceremony of unity on Friday, June 1. All the municipalities and the county government of in Macon County were represented to pay honor and remember the Town Clerk of Shorter, who died while overseas in Italy on an economic development trip for t…

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In one of the most successful of its 15 years the 2018 George Washington Carver Festival in downtown Tuskegee on May 5 drew many attendees — locally and from far away. 

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On Saturday, April 28 the Macon County Commission and local hunters sponsored the second annual “Taste of the Wild” fest at the Tuskegee City Square. The event consisted of residents and visitors sampling a variety of dishes prepared from wild game that is not commonly eaten by Macon County …

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George Washington Carver Elementary hosted a Career Fair on Friday, April 20. The school is following the mission statement to construct partnerships between schools, parents and the community that empowers students to develop into productive, self-motivated individuals with a life-long love…

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St. Joseph Catholic School in Tuskegee hosted its Annual Spring Festival on Friday, April 20. Children from Montgomery Catholic School joined the students at St. Joseph in enjoying games and prizes, while others enjoyed spending money for different little items and excellent food. The food i…

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The Praise Dancers of Shady Grove Missionary Baptist Church recently sponsored a Flying High for Jesus kite event. Children and adults brought their kites or made kites to fly on Saturday, March 24. The low sky was dotted with beautiful array of kites for an afternoon of fun, spiritual uplif…

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George Washington Carver Elementary School is working on the failing grade they received on the Alabama Report Card by having Reading Rockers. The Reading Rockers are community leaders, governmental departments and citizens who are participating in reading to the third-grade students at Carver.

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The phrase “behind every good man is a good woman” is epitomized by Carol Gray of Tuskegee — and the members of the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) acknowledged that recently during a program in Omaha, Neb.

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Paul Davis, the late owner and publisher of The Tuskegee News, and Kathryn Tucker Windham — both icons in Alabama community journalism — will be inducted into the Alabama Newspaper Hall of Honor during ceremonies at Auburn University on Saturday, April, 7, 2018.

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With the age-mandated requirement that dictates that must step down as Macon County Probate Judge after reaching the age of 70, seven Democratic candidates have qualified to run for the position being vacated by Alfonza Menefee. 

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Work on infrastructure for the Exit 38 development has become evident in recent days. Blue pipes were lined along Highway 81 to indicate that water and sewage lines are ready to be put in place.

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The Martin Luther King holiday is a time to reflect on the work of this civil rights icon did and to encourage citizens to practice some of the principles he followed. In Omaha, Neb., Tuskegee attorney Fred Gray did just that with several groups and organizations.

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The T-100 Tuskegee-Leonardo DRS jet trainer project continues to gain support from organizations, friends, community leaders, students, elected officials and others from Tuskegee and across the United States with supporters who are saying “Count Me In”, we support the T-100 project.