Tigers pull off upset over Thomasville

Tigers pull off upset over Thomasville

The Demopolis Tigers (7-3) overcame a 13-point second quarter deficit to force overtime and defeat the previously unbeaten 4A, No. 6 Thomasville Tigers on Thursday. Read more

The Latest

Task Force sees increase in ADECA grant

The 17th Judicial Drug Task Force received a $127,235.91 grant from ADECA this year, which is nearly twice what they received last year. Read more

Historical Demopolis photo book released

Historical Demopolis photo book released

If anyone is struggling to find a good stocking stuffer this Christmas season, the Marengo County Historical Society has something any local resident or history ... Read more

Pedestrian struck, killed Tuesday in Marengo County

A pedestrian was killed Tuesday morning, Dec. 16, after being struck by an unknown vehicle on U.S. Highway 43 in Marengo County. Read more

Robotics team fares well at regional competition

Robotics team fares well at regional competition

The Demopolis Advanced Robotics Team is on the rise. Read more

City Council rezones Cedar Street building

The Demopolis City Council approved the rezoning of the old Marvin’s Building Materials building on S. Cedar Avenue during its Dec. 8 meeting. Read more

  1. Demopolis BOE agrees to add second SRO
  2. Demopolis Public Library receives grant for iPads
  3. ADPH reminds citizens to not handle bats after Greensboro child infected with rabies
  4. Commission awards Linden IDB with $20k for projects
  5. DMS students chosen for TIP
  6. Man gets 8 years in prison for bank robbery
  7. Several downtown streets to close for COTR
  8. COTR Special Child Saelens kicks off weekend festivities
  9. HOT WHEELS: DPD upgrades school resource officer car
  10. Harriet’s House closes doors
  11. City gears up for 43rd COTR
  12. Bama great to visit during COTR
  13. Turkey Day costs higher than 2013
  14. Unemployment numbers drop in October
  15. Demopolis BOE approves change to HVAC project
  16. Accident slows traffic west of RockTenn
  17. Demopolis JROTC performs well at competition
  18. Lighting project powered by ADECA
  19. DMS ranks among state’s best
  20. DABC kicks off Shop Local Campaign
  21. Task Force seizes $28K in Lortab
  22. Tucker named next UWA president
  23. Demopolis officers participate in SWAT training
  24. Harriet’s House receives donation from Goody’s

Sports

Tigers pull off upset over Thomasville

Tigers pull off upset over Thomasville

The Demopolis Tigers (7-3) overcame a 13-point second quarter deficit to force overtime and defeat the previously unbeaten 4A, No. 6 Thomasville Tigers on Thursday. Read more

  1. DHS sophomore verbally commits to Ole Miss
  2. DHS coach Causey accepts position at Pelham
  3. Linden opens season with win over Akron

Lifestyles

Tiger Arts Guild hosting fall show

Tiger Arts Guild hosting fall show

Demopolis High School’s Tiger Arts Guild will host “Stories in the Dark” this weekend at the DHS auditorium. Read more

Columns

New Year’s resolutions for us all

Did you make any New Year's resolutions? Most people at least think of some things they want to do better in the new year. Some ... Read more

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Profiles

Bigbee Humane Society does big job with limited resources

Bigbee Humane Society does big job with limited resources

Three volunteers keep Bigbee Humane Society running despite being at capacity virtually all the time. Read more

Business

Manufacture Marengo holds inaugural meeting

A new program has started in Marengo County that will help manufacturing businesses find information and resources. Read more

Schools

Demopolis Robotics Team earns return trip to Auburn

Demopolis Robotics Team earns return trip to Auburn

For the second consecutive year, the Demopolis Robotics Team is heading to Auburn for the South’s BEST Regional Robotics Championship. Read more

Faith and Family

Tutt album to benefit new breast cancer foundation

Tutt album to benefit new breast cancer foundation

Breast cancer research is a cause that is near and dear to Jill Tutt’s heart. Read more