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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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Northeast Alabama Community College’s 53rd graduation ceremony will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 16, 2019, at the Northeast Alabama Agri-Business Center on Highway 75 in Rainsville.

“Graduation is the highlight of the year for us,” stated Dr. David Campbell, NACC President. “Completing their programs is what our students have worked toward, and it is so rewarding for our faculty and staff to see students reach this level of achievement.”
The keynote speaker this year is Majority Leader of the Alabama House of Representatives Nathaniel Ledbetter.
Ledbetter was elected to the Alabama House of Representatives for District 24 in November of 2014. In March of 2017, Nathaniel became the first freshman ever to be elected House Majority Leader in the State of Alabama.
“Representative Ledbetter has made quite an impact in the Alabama Legislature,” Dr. Campbell states. “He is a key leader in the Legislature and state. He always represents the interests of Northeast and the Alabama Community College System. He has been instrumental in helping us start some important career tech programs. We are proud of his record and his support of Northeast!”
Ledbetter is a graduate of Plainview High School. He was elected to the Rainsville City Council at the age of 23. Later on, he ran unopposed and was elected to serve as Mayor of Rainsville, which he did until 2002.

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