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Alabama begins to open for business

Restrictions on businesses and government offices announced by Gov. Kay Ivey Friday morning will begin the process of opening Alabama for business. Ivey held a ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Mark Rogers.

Road commission continues projects, EMA receiving PPE

The Lowndes Highway Department is continuing its duties every day despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Lowndes County Engineer David Butts spoke to the Lowndes County Commission ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Mark Rogers.

COVID-19 safety concerns sheriff

Lowndes County Sheriff Chris West asked the Lowndes County Commission for help in the form of hazard pay for employees Tuesday and got it, but ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Mark Rogers.

ADOL releases March unemployment stats

The staggering impact of COVID-19 on employment reached a new peak last week, when it was revealed that more than 22 million Americans have filed ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Matt Hutcheson.

Lowndes County to accept proposals for ambulance contract

With a contract expiring at the end of June, the Lowndes County Commission discussed ambulance service in the county during its teleconference meeting on Tuesday. ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Mark Rogers.

COVID compensation: Hazard pay OK’d for Lowndes employees

Some Lowndes County employees on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic will be receiving “hazard pay” for having to be exposed to the virus. ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Mark Rogers.

Thank you meals offered at Greenville McDonald’s

Area first responders on the front lines helping patients fight the coronavirus and also preventing the spread of the deadly disease by helping enforce state ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Adam Prestridge.

Man drowns in Lowndes County

A Lowndes County man drowned last week in the Alabama River near White Hall. Lowndes County Sheriff Chris West said deputies responded to the call, ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Mark Rogers.

Sewell gives updates on opening Alabama

Congresswoman Terri Sewell updated constituents Tuesday about efforts to ease restrictions and begin to open Alabama up as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Sewell spoke to ... Read more

1 month ago by Mark Rogers.

County Commission to host phone meeting

The Lowndes County Commission is slated to hold a meeting next week, but it will be at a different time and in a different format. ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

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