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Forest consultant speaks with Council Wednesday, 15 May 2019 20:58

Billy Rye, a forest management specialist in a consulting firm in Florence, spoke with the Scottsboro Council recently.

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Commission discusses voting precinct changes Wednesday, 15 May 2019 20:57

During the Jackson County Commission work session, budgeting of aerial photography for the county was discussed.

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Commission Chairman Guffey issues statement on funding Wednesday, 15 May 2019 20:54

Jackson County Commission Chairman Tim Guffey issued a statement last week concerning county funding.

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Katelyn Waldrop still gets excited when she tells you about standing on the stage at the Alabama State Beta Convention and hearing her name called out as the state champion for On-Site Art Drawing Division II.

Recognition of her talent at this level is the boost to her confidence that she says will encourage her to pursue her dreams.
In this particular competition, students were given two hours and “complete creative freedom” to create a drawing. She said she found a location with a view outside and decided to draw a macaw using charcoal. The result was extraordinary and earned her the distinction of state champion. She is planning on also competing at the National Convention this summer in Oklahoma City, OK.
Katelyn is a senior at North Jackson High School. She began pursuing her drawing when she was in the sixth grade. Her only formal training was during an art appreciation class as a junior at North Jackson. She says that Ms. Troy encouraged her to continue drawing and was instrumental in sharing different mediums and techniques for her to use. 
In addition to her art, Katelyn also excels in the classroom. She is a dual-enrollment student through Northeast Alabama Community College and is also taking two AP courses this year. She is currently building her portfolio to apply for admission to SCAD (Savannah College of Art & Design) and hopes to attend there after graduation.
Katelyn is the daughter of Rhonda and Charlie Waldrop of Stevenson.

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