You Can Now Create Your Own Been Trill T-Shirt
We've always had a hard time picking out a Been Trill tee to cop for ourselves (so many options!), but now the process just a whole lot more interesting. The art collective, known for their now-infamous internet-y collection of graphic hats and shirts, has launched a customizable t-shirt site with to.be—yep, the same folks behind... Read more »
26 Amazing Photos From The People's Climate Marches Around The World
Activists and concerned citizens alike gathered in droves in New York City and across the globe on Sunday for worldwide marches against climate change. Dubbed The People's Climate March, thousands of people, celebrities, and political leaders made their position known leading up to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's climate change summit.
We're Getting A ?Maze Runner' Sequel In 2015
With a cool and respectable $32.5 million gained in its opening this weekend, FOX has already jumped headfirst into the maze, committing to a second 'The Maze Runner' film, slated for a fall 2015 release.
Alabama says no weapons found after dorm lockdown
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The University of Alabama says police have searched a dormitory after receiving reports of people with firearms, but a thorough search found no weapons or people not authorized to b
PorktoberQue set for this weekend
Local residents have the opportunity to enjoy Oktoberfest with a Southern flavor Friday and Saturday at PorktoberQue, a barbeque event to be held at the Houston County Farm Center.
Letter: Star ID requirements create quagmire
I recently saw another article about the Star ID driver's license requirement. Both of the articles I have seen listed things a person will need to get the special license. Both articles left out what
Letter: ‘Adults should have adult brains’
An Aug. 31 letter was an example of what I would call a "sandwich" letter. It is titled "Let the investigation run its course" and the first part and the last part supports the headline but, in betwee
Houston County has more needs than funds
This is part five of a five-part series on areas of need in Houston County as identified by County Commission Chairman Mark Culver. These needs are not addressed in the recently passed 2014-15 budget.
Former Dothan attorney arrested again
A former Dothan attorney turned himself in at the Houston County Jail on Friday after a grand jury recently returned over 30 additional felony charges against him, including an exploitation of the eld
24th annual Wiregrass Model Railroad Show and Sale
The 24th annual Wiregrass Model Railroad Show and Sale is being held in Dothan this weekend. The show will be Saturday, Sept 20, and Sunday, Sept 21, at the main exhibit building at the National Pean
Impact of dry conditions shows as crops harvested
Editor’s note: This is the seventh story in a year-long series on a Wiregrass farmer as he makes his plans, plants his fields, maintains his crops, prepares to harvest and takes his crops to market.
Dothan police make seven felony arrests
The Dothan Police Department arrested the following people and charged them with a felony crime. None of them have been convicted. Information was provided by the Dothan Police Department.
Our view: Wilder gives students a voice
As any one of the string of superintendents Dothan City Schools has seen in the past can attest, being the top dog over a public school system is a thankless job. Despite efforts toward innovation, th