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Wireless operators help keep people safe

In a field just off Sand Cut Road Saturday, the Jim Bell Wireless Association  held its annual Winter ...

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Butler county schools to open late Wednesday Morning

  Officials from Butler County Schools will delay school start time Wednesday to 9 a.m., due to the ...

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Greenville native Annsley Wallace awarded over $2.5 million in scholarships

Anyone who has been to The Heart of the Home Antiques in Fort Deposit already may be familiar ...

Lifestyles

Coffee Cup Quilting back to business after recent flash flood dampens spirits, products

Coffee Cup Quilting reopened its doors after a recent flash-flood resulted in several inches of rainwater flooding the ...

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Greenville High School adds new JROTC instructor

Greenville High School recently welcomed U.S. Army Sgt. Maj.Casey Shiver as a new instructor with the school’s Junior ...

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Collins unveils action plan for McKenzie School

McKenzie School Principal Michael Collins recently discussed his action plan, which he centered around good old fashioned common ...

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MLK Parade makes its way through downtown Greenville

By David Lovell The Greenville Advocate Few things excite downtown Greenville more than a parade, and Monday was ...

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Greenville welcomes Creek Confederacy Historian

by Pamala Nolan   Alabama historian Dr. Alex Colvin will serve as guest speaker at the Butler County ...

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McKenzie Schools robotics classes help students adapt to modern world

Innovations revolving around robotics are not an uncommon occurrence in our world.  From the ones that put groceries ...

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Greenville City Council approves purchase of body camera equipment

The Greenville City Council voted to approve $4,004 for new body camera software, docking stations, and cameras for ...

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Jim Bell Wireless to hold winter Field Day event

The local Jim Bell Wireless group announced during a recent meeting at the  Greenville-Butler County Public Library the ...

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Greenville welcomes Creek Confederacy Historian

Alabama historian Dr. Alex Colvin will serve as guest speaker at the Butler County HIstorical and Genealogical Society’s ...

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The Pineapple finds a new home

  The Pineapple, a staple in downtown Greenville for several years, recently moved to Willow Lane, beside Whitaker ...

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Local American Legion post helps vets make educated insurance decisions

Liza Berrey, Commander of the American Legion Post 24 here in Greenville, spoke to gathered veterans Thursday night ...

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24-Hour Fitness offers discounted membership

Individuals looking to get in shape as one of their New Year’s resolutions may do so by enrolling ...

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McKenzie School hires new principal

Michael Collins, the recently-hired principal at McKenzie School, boasts a unique background, compared to most other educators. As ...

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Ramer man dies in crash on Highway 31

A Ramer man, Aaron Michael Bridges, 33, died Wednesday night in a single-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 31, ...

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Tyn Tymes band to perform in Greenville

The Tyn Tymes band will perform at an upcoming show Jan. 19 at the Ritz Theatre. Nancy Idland, ...

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Georgiana opry house hosts talent show

Georgiana Opry House will host the first annual Hank Williams Sr., Talent Showcase on May 6. The competition ...

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Till serves as new Butler County EMA Director

Butler County welcomes Greenville native Rosie Till as its new Emergency Management Agency director. Till initially took the ...