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Hospital board increases time off Long-term employees will now receive an extra 10 vacation days per year
The Cleburne County Hospital Board approved a number of allocations for Cleburne County Emergency Medical Service Tuesday, including an increase in time off for long-term employees. The board’s auditor, Bart McCurley of Self, Maples and Copeland P.C., told the board that although EMS was in the red for about $124,000 last year, that loss was $95,000 less than the year before. The board, which oversees the Cleburne County Nursing Home and EMS, thanked Director Tracy Lambert for his efforts to cut costs; board members said they offered
the increase in time off as a thank you to employees for their loyalty. Employees who have been with the service for 15 years or more get six and one-third days off each year right now, Lambert said. Tuesday’s vote gives those employees 10 vacation days a year. The money spent for additional vacation pay would be offset by savings in overtime pay, he said. When Lambert first took over as director, he and the board cut vacation days for employees, he said. “If you’ve been here 15 years and since we don’t have retirement, it would be good to give you 10 working days off a year,” Lambert said.
The employees work a 24-hour shift, so the change would take them from 160 hours of vacation time each year to 240 hours, Lambert said. The change would affect three or four employees, he said. The board unanimously approved the change. The board also approved allowing Lambert to buy five new handheld radios with batteries and chargers for up to $3,500 and a new treadmill for the exercise room for up to $1,000. The money will come out of the EMS operating funds. In other business the board: — Heard that the nursing home had an operating income of $153,000. — Heard a recommendation from its
auditor, Bart McCurley, that it work to decrease indirect expenses such as activities, housekeeping and social service costs in the nursing home to increase its Medicaid reimbursement rate. On average, the nursing home spends $10 more on indirect expenses per patient than Medicaid will reimburse, he said. — Approved appointing board member Patrick Nolen to the EMS Committee. — Heard that EMS will be shopping around for health insurance after the current company increased the cost. The next meeting will be April 15 at 5:30 p.m. Staff Writer Laura Camper 256-4632872. On Twitter @LCamper_Star.
Wind farm regulations dominates commission meeting LAURA CAMPER
Cleburne County resident Carolyn Doggett said she worried when she heard about the possibility of a wind turbine farm near Turkey Heaven Mountain, not far from her property. She said she felt better when she heard the Alabama Senate this year passed a bill setting up an application process through the Public Service Commission for the wind farms as well as establishing a minimum distance the farms must be from neighboring properties — five times the height of the tower to the property line. But then Doggett discovered Cleburne County was excluded from those regulations. She said she called her state senator, Gerald Dial, to find out why. “He said to me, ‘Because your officials came down here and told us that’s what they wanted and that’s what the county wants,’” Dogn See Commission page 2
A record number in Strides of March 5K LAURA CAMPER
A sea of green flooded Coleman Street in front of the Heflin Recreation Center Saturday morning as participants in the Strides of March 5K, many in their green race T-shirts, lined up for the race’s start. A record number of people, 254, ran in Heflin’s ninth 5,000-meter race and fun run on Saturday.
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The race, which this year will benefit Heflin’s Parks and Recreation Department programs, is a St. Patrick’s weekend tradition held in conjunction with the St. Pawtrick’s Day Pet Parade. The runners were there for a number of reasons -- from the thrill of competition to a quest to lose weight to the chance to support a good cause. But from the laughter and joking rising from the crowd, most of them were having some St. Paddy’s Day fun. “It feels like St. Patrick’s, with all
the green,” said Tonya Austin, who was there to run with some co-workers from Mount Cheaha Dental. Hayley Long of Oxford is a member of the Atlanta Track Club Competition Team at the master’s/over 40 level. Three years ago, she was the female winner of the race. Long said she does one or two 5k events each month. However, there are so many races scheduled every month that she has to pick and choose which ones to run. She came back to Heflin this year
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because she enjoyed the course. “It’s very challenging, but it’s fun,” Long said. “It’s very hilly…The scenery around the lake is very nice. It’s easy to relax.” Long won the women’s division again this year. But, she said, her husband beat her. A group of teachers from Cleburne n See 5K page 12
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Drug bust in Hollis Heflin Highlights by: Suzanne Payne
The search of a Hollis Crossroads home by Cleburne County deputies and Heflin police officers led to the arrest of four people on drug charges Friday, a Cleburne County deputy said. Narcotics Investigator Lance Willingham said Christian Marie Parrish, 40, and Carolyn Jewel Wright, 29, both Heflin residents, were charged with two counts of felony possession of a controlled substance, and misdemeanor counts of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, including pipes, scales and rolling papers. Richie Scott Marks, 47, of Heflin was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance, misdemeanor possession of marijuana and felony possession of drug paraphernalia including a can of Coleman fuel and a bag of fertilizer. The
fertilizer and fuel can be used in the production of methamphetamine, leading to the felony charge, Willingham said. In addition, William Roy Marks, 69, of Carrollton, Ga., was charged with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. The senior Marks, Richie Scott Marks’ father, was visiting the home, Willingham said. The officers had sought a search warrant because they had received information that drugs were being sold at the location on the 8000 block of U.S. 431, said Chief Deputy Dennis Green. From the items found in the home, the officers believe the residents were making methamphetamine, Willingham said. Wright and both Marks men were still in Cleburne County Jail on Monday afternoon. Parrish was released on 6 - $6,000 bonds and 2 $15,000 bonds. Staff Writer Laura Camper 256-4632872. On Twitter @LCamper_Star.
Commission: But then Doggett discovered Cleburne County was excluded From page 1
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gett told the County Commission during its meeting Monday. “I’m here to tell you that 99.9 percent of the county has no clue about what’s going on.” These kinds of decisions shouldn’t happen until the residents are informed and educated about the benefits and the risks, Doggett said. Doggett’s comments came as Ranburne resident Fred Kitchens spoke to the commission in favor of the project, planned by California-based Terra-Gen Power. Kitchens has contacted Doggett as well as other local residents and officials about the project. There are only four residences in the area near the proposed windmill farm and the closest home to a proposed turbine is almost a mile away, he said. But the farm would bring jobs – about 300 during construction and eight to 10 well-paying permanent jobs once the farm was operational, Kitchens said. “This is clean energy,” Kitchens said. “It’s environmentally friendly.” Efforts to reach Dial for comment were unsuccessful Monday. Ryan Robertson, chairman of the commission, said he did introduce Kitchens to the individual commissioners as well as to Dial. But Roberston said he only gave Dial his individual opinion in favor of the exclusion. Robertson said he didn’t speak on behalf of the county. “Dial made the decision for his constituents,” Robertson said. County Administrator Steve Swafford, who was also at the meeting with Dial, agreed with Robertson. Commissioner Laura Cobb said the issue was never discussed in a commission meeting. She said she only found out about it when she ran into one of the Terra-Gen representatives, Cobb said.
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Commissioner Emmett Owen said he had spoken to some people about the wind farm and asked them to come to a commission meeting to talk about it in public. “I think it should have had the backing of a resolution,” Owen said. “I think if they’re pushing legislation or an agenda, as far as the commission is concerned, it needs to start here.” The legislation was unexpected, Kitchens said. Swafford said the legislation’s regulations were so restrictive that if passed, a wind farm would never be built in Alabama. He noted minimum distance requirements for the farms as an example. Kitchens said that using measurements from the American Wind Energy Association, the average height of a wind turbine would be 140 meters. Five times that would be 2,296.6 feet — less that the mile the farm is estimated to be from nearest residence. Kitchens added that the company has a self-imposed setback of 1,000 feet from any residence. He didn’t specify whether that was from the property line or the house itself. Kitchens told the commissioners the county needs to attract new industry and the wind farm would help. “Almost everybody that has a good job in Cleburne County has to travel someplace else,” Kitchens said. “We now have an opportunity to attract $200 million in private capital to be invested on 100 percent private land in a semi-wilderness area, Turkey Heaven Mountain.” Robertson said the House of Representatives was having a hearing on the bill on Wednesday and that he had been invited to attend. He asked the commissioners if they would like him to repre-
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A free program serving children through age 5 and pregnant women is scheduled to begin in Cleburne and Calhoun counties in April or May, according to representatives of the program. Parents as Teachers has been operating in the United States for about 30 years, they said, including some parts of Alabama. A grant awarded in December by the Alabama Department of Children’s Affairs will allow the Talladega Clay Randolph Child Care Corporation, a Talladega-based nonprofit, to expand the program into Calhoun, Cleburne and Cherokee counties, said Lakeeshia Sandlin, program supervisor. The program works with different agencies in the respective counties to help teen parents, children and parents with disabilities, low-income, low-education, military and immigrant families, as well as families at risk for domestic or substance abuse, Sandlin said. “The vision is all children will learn, grow and develop to realize their full potential,” she said. The program can start working with families at the start of a pregnancy and up until children turn 5 years old, she said. Certified parent educators will serve 20 families in each county the first year and 24 families in each county the second year, said Meredith McClendon, one of two parent educators who will work in Cleburne County. McClendon is training for her certification and plans to ask local agencies such as the Cleburne Baptist Association, the
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gram’s success is that the center’s greatest source of referrals is from people who have been in the program, she said. One of the strengths of the program is the “wraparound” service it provides, Hull said. The program, she explained, networks within the community and identifies services available to participants from many different agencies. That allows parent educators to help families far beyond the resources of the program, Hull said. A study published by the Parents as Teachers National Center in April 2007, notes that the program, along with preschool, seems to lower the school-performance gap between low-income and more affluent children. The study, which looked at Missouri children, found that 82 percent of those who participated with high intensity in the program and attended preschool came to kindergarten ready to learn, compared to 64 percent of their low-income peers who hadn’t participated in either. That is nearly identical to the 81 percent of their more affluent peers who entered kindergarten ready to learn. Program participants who also attend preschool also performed better on standardized tests, the study found. For more information about the program, contact TCR Child Care Corporation at 256-362-3852. Staff writer Laura Camper 256-463-2872. On Twitter @LCamper_ Star.
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OPINION/EDITORIAL It has always been about name identification
A while back I wrote a column entitled, “The State Legislature Is A Good Training Ground For Governor, But Not A Good Stepping Stone To Governor.” The essence of my hypothesis was being one of the 105 members of the House of Representatives or even one of the 35 members of the State Senate does not lend itself to building name identification, which is essential to election to statewide office. The perfect example in support of this argument occurred several years ago when Covington County State Representative Seth Hammett was Speaker of the House. Seth contemplated a race for governor. The position of Speaker of the House of Representatives is probably the second most powerful position in state government. Seth had served 20 years in the House and had garnered unfathomable knowledge of the machinations of state government. He was immensely popular and universally known in his home district. One of the first steps when seeking a major statewide office is to conduct what is called a benchmark poll. This poll measures how well you are known statewide. Seth’s name identification was only 3 percent. If the Speaker of the House has three percent name identification, what do you think a backbencher from Wedowee’s would register? Seth decided against making the race. The current Speaker, Mike Hubbard, would more than likely have less than 10 percent name identification and half of his name identification would be attributed to people confusing him with legendary AEA lobbyist Dr. Paul Hubbert. A similar scenario occurred decades ago when then Senator, now lobbyist John Teague decided that as Pro
Tem of the State Senate he should naturally ascend to lieutenant governor. Steve proceeded with Flowers He the mandatory benchmark pole. Like Seth, Teague came back with the same single digit result. His Inside The Statehouse pollster candidly told him, “John, it is even worse than you think. Probably over half of your 6 percent name identification belongs to State School Superintendent Wayne Teague.” John continued on and ran for lieutenant governor anyway but was swamped by Jim Folsom, Jr., who had inherited statewide name identification from his legendary father Big Jim Folsom. The funniest story of this name identification game occurred several decades ago when my friend Mac McArthur launched into a foray to run for Attorney General of Alabama. Mac has headed the Alabama State Employees Association for close to 20 years. Mac has been around politics all of his life. He grew up in the Wiregrass and was a protégé of Bill Baxley. Mac wanted to follow his mentor, Baxley, and become a trailblazing state prosecutor. Mac had been a district attorney and was currently the head of the State Ethics Commission. In that capacity he had garnered some state press so he figured that would translate into name identification. Mac proceeded with his initial name identification poll. The legendary political guru, Joe Perkins, had
taken Mac on as his client. Joe called Mac to come over and get his results. Perkins, who has managed many of the successful races for statewide offices over the years, knew from past experience that initial name identification for state aspirants could be very low. Perkins met Mac excitedly and said, “Mac, I have some good news for you.” Joe then revealed that Mac had 5 percent favorable statewide name identification. Mac slowly looked at his counselor and said, “Joe, the only thing I see good about that is that I can run naked through Winn-Dixie and nobody will know who I am.” The general rule that the legislature is not a good steppingstone to statewide office may be changing in modern times. Our current Governor, Robert Bentley, ascended to the governorship from the legislature. He was the first governor in this century to move directly from the legislature to the Governor’s office. One reason why this may change in future years is the tremendous amount of money that incumbent state representatives and especially state senators are raising and stockpiling. There are several state senators who have amassed $400,000 to $500,000 war chests. That is a good start towards a statewide race. In addition, a powerful state senator is building an entrenched relationship with special interest groups and lobbyists who are the primary resources for funding a race for governor, lieutenant governor or attorney general. We will see. Steve Flowers is Alabama’s leading political columnist. His column appears weekly in more than 70 Alabama newspapers. Steve served 16 years in the state legislature. He may be reached at www.steveflowers.us
Oak Level future home for Alexander’s Challenge Point This week I met with Larry Alexander, Program Director of Challenge Point, a non-profit, Christian organization that teaches teamwork and leadership skills through the use of adventure-based activities. After 15 years of being a mobile program, Challenge Point has come to Oak Level in Cleburne County to develop a home base. In the interim, Alexander, 42, will continue to travel, from time to time, throughout the Southeast as he provides retreats and backpacking treks to hundreds of teens and adults annually, “It is a great centralized location for all the groups we work with on a regular basis,” said Alexander. “Beyond that, the close proximity to Talladega National Forest, the Pinhoti Trail, and the Chief Ladiga Trail provides a wealth of potential for future adventures.” Alexander knows a few things about adventure, having hiked the 2,175 mile Appalachian Trail in 2006, the 2,668 mile Pacific Crest Trail in 2012, and several international hikes throughout eleven countries. With all those miles behind him, he considers himself, first and foremost, a group-dynamics counselor and, second, a guide. “We work with any group that has a purpose and a will to become better. In the past we have worked with churches, mission trip groups, Scouts, marching
bands, college sports teams, social clubs, corporations, Boys & Girls clubs, Sherry environmental councils, and Kughn schools.” Whether it is a one-day workshop or a weekend Sherry-Go-Round retreat, Challenge Point uses group challenges and teambuilding activities to teach communication, cooperation, problem-solving, and decision-making skills within the group. He became interested in this field when, at the age of 14, he had to undergo brain surgery to remove a tumor. Afterwards, his learning process became dependent on experience. “I had to do it to learn it. Later on, while attending Lipscomb University in Nashville, I did an internship at a treatment center for juveniles. It was there that I was introduced to adventure-based counseling. Watching people learn through experience was something I could relate to.” Alexander continued to use adventure-based counseling while working in Tennessee at schools,
treatment centers, and a juvenile prison. During that time, he had several youth ministers and other leaders ask him to work with their groups. In 1998, he created Challenge Point as a fun weekend business; but, as word spread, it became more. “I believe there are 14 states that we work in regularly, and as much fun as I’ve had traveling and meeting people, I’m excited about this next step in Challenge Point’s journey. Having a permanent base will help to expand our program in ways I’ve only dreamed.” In the next two years, Alexander hopes to develop phase one of their plan, which includes several challenge-course elements, along with a green-energy, eco-friendly encampment similar to ones he has stayed in while traveling through Central and South America. “As we get things developed here in Oak Level, I look forward to working with local churches, community organizations, schools, and businesses.” Alexander, a native of Jasper, has also written three books, “Through Hiker’s Eyes – A Journey Along the Appalachian Trail” (parts one and two) and “People 101- Getting an A in Relationships.” To learn more about Challenge Point, visit Facebook, Twitter, or their website at www.challengepoint.org. Email Sherry at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are we free? Or does government control us? How does government control us? Let’s look at just seven areas: healthcare, poverty and welfare, debt, gun control, education, religion, and class warfare. The Affordable Care Act has been a dismal failure. Promising to provide affordable insurance for 30 to 45 million Americans without coverage, ACA has caused cancellation of more than 6.2 million policies so far. Yes, ACA has made millions more eligible for Medicaid, but still the number of uninsured Americans has remained about the same. Moreover, ACA has negatively affected many Americans through raising rates of health insurance, patients losing access to their doctors or hospitals, or having terms of employment compromised, i.e. reduced work hours or loss of jobs. Government controls healthcare. Fifty years of the ‘War on Poverty’ have had negligible effects on the U.S. poverty rate, around 15 percent, essentially the same as the mid-1960s. We have invested about $16 trillion to defeat poverty. Total anti-poverty spending by all levels of government is nearly $1 trillion annually. Generations of families have grown substantially or completely dependent on government
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assistance with few if any incentives to seek ways out of poverty. Government controls Daniel those in poverty. The debtor is slave to Gardner the creditor. America owes more than $17.5 trillion. A nation must tax (the only source My Thoughts of income) those with money to pay off debt and maintain essential government programs. Taxpayers are slaves to irresponsible rulers in government who mismanage money to maintain their positions of power within the government. Government controls taxpayers. American government infringes gun ownership in the name of safety and security. Wouldn’t Americans be safer if only government had guns? Let history be your guide. Great Britain tried to confiscate and regulate arms before the Revolutionary War. To make the colonists safer and more secure? Right…. Control education and control beliefs, values, and attitudes for succeeding generations. The Constitution clearly places more power in the hands of the people and the states than the federal government. However, progressives in education turned that principle on its head. The all-powerful federal government will protect us from tyranny of big corporations and other unfair entities? Which could possibly be worse: tyranny of Washington,
or tyranny of ‘unfair’ entities. Government controls fairness. Americans are supposed to have a separation of church and state, right? Actually, Jefferson first used the term ‘wall’ of separation between church and state to advocate for the church (Danbury Baptists) to be free from oppression of local government. Washington has targeted Christians as dozens of court cases attest today. How many cases of Muslims suing the state for freedom of religion? None that I know of. Government is suppressing Christianity. Government fosters class warfare. I thought there was not a red America or a blue America, but the United States of America? Now all I hear coming out of Washington is drivel about the haves and have not’s, and the need to reduce the income inequality gap. Government controls us by dividing us against ourselves. We are no longer the United States of America. We have become the United Socialist States of America. Welcome to the USSA! And, by the way, to maintain this socialist state, please continue to reelect incumbents of both parties. No change in representation in Washington means no change in how Washington controls those it governs. Daniel L. Gardner is a syndicated columnist who lives in Starkville, MS. You may contact him at Daniel@ DanLGardner.com, or visit his website at http://www. danlgardner.com Feel free to interact with him on the Clarion-Ledger feature blog site blogs.clarionledger. com/dgardner/
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Tigers Classic softball starts Friday RIP DONOVAN
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Cleburne County hosts its Tiger Classic softball tournament Friday and Saturday at Anniston’s McClellan sports complex. The Tigers play Jacksonville Friday at 4:30 p.m. They meet Ranburne at 6 p.m. then pack it in as Saturday is prom day at Cleburne County. Wellborn, Leeds and Horseshoe Bend are also playing in the varsity division of the tournament and four junior varsity teams make up another bracket. In Cleburne County’s only game over the past week, Oxford defeated the Tigers 11-1 at Oxford Tuesday. Kiara Akles scored the only run. She walked and Kaity
Zeiders’ sacrifice bunt advanced her to second base. Bailey Beam lined a single up the middle to score Akles. Beam, Akles and Hannah Gossage each had a single for the only Cleburne County hits. “We put the ball in play but it was either a pop up or straight to somebody,” said Tigers’ coach Ron Ervin. Cleburne County is scheduled to host area opponent Lincoln today. Ervin said Wednesday afternoon that he planned to make every effort to have Tiger Field playable today. If he is unable to get the field in playing shape, today’s game may move to Lincoln with Jonathan Fordham the Golden Bears coming to Kiara Akles on the mound for Cleburne County. Kiara scored only run against Oxford on Tuesday. Heflin later in the season.
Lady Bulldogs show signs of improvement RIP DONOVAN
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There were signs of continued improvement for the Ranburne softball team in Tuesday’s 16-5 loss at Ohatchee. Trailing 9-1 after three innings, the Bulldogs rallied for four runs in the top of the fourth. With one out, Morgan Calhoun singled and Taylor Crosson walked. Calhoun was
forced out when Jessi Calvert hit into a fielder’s choice. Indiana Morgan followed with a single to load the bases. Erica Taylor’s single scored Crosson. Lora Mobley followed Taylor with a three-run triple over the head of the Ohatchee leftfielder. Ranburne’s initial run came in the second inning when Calhoun doubled with one out and Calvert came through with a two-out RBI single. “The effort was good last night,” Bull-
dogs coach Terrell Mobley said Wednesday morning. “We just didn’t put anything together when we needed to. … We just couldn’t put any hits back-to-back except for that one inning.” Taylor and Calhoun each had two singles in three official at-bats. Mobley’s triple and singles by Calvert and Morgan were the other hits for the Bulldogs but Mobley noted his players hit the ball sharply at others times, just directly at
Ohatchee fielders. “They did a good job, better defense, better all-around effort,” Mobley said of the Ohatchee contest. Ranburne plays Friday and Saturday in a tournament hosted by Cleburne County High School at Anniston’s youth sport complex on the former Fort McClellan property. In pool play, the Bulldogs meet the host Tigers Friday at 6 p.m. Ranburne and Leeds play Saturday at 9 a.m.
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Holding a slim one-run lead as they came to bat in the home half of the sixth inning, the Cleburne County Tigers sent 11 batters to the plate, scored nine times and earned a 15-5 mercy-rule win over visiting Randolph County Tuesday in a battle of Tigers. Cleburne County had six hits and benefitted from a hit batsman and two Randolph County errors in the big inning. Cleburne County had 13 hits overall against a team that reached the Class 2A semifinals last year and returned its solid young pitching staff. “We saw three of them last night and they were all pretty good,” Cleburne County coach Vaughn Lee said Wednesday morning. “To beat pitching like that and to score runs like that was big.” The score was 5-5 after four innings. In the bottom of the fifth, Cole Corkren fell behind 0-2 then worked a walk. Ross Price’s sacrifice bunt moved Corken to second and Matthew Shortt lined a twoout RBI single to centerfield, scoring Corkren with the go-ahead run. The sixth started quietly with a fly ball out to center then Anderson Jacks reached on an infield error and Austin Harler singled. With runners on second and first, Brady Padgett delivered an RBI single that scored Jacks. Damion Benefield entered to run for Padgett before Tyler Berry reached on an error to load the bases. Corkren singled sharply to left, scoring Harler. With the sacks full again, Price’s two-run single scored Benefield and Berry. Shortt was hit by a pitch, loading the bases for the third time in the inning. Jeremiah Blake ran Shortt and Trey Bolton ripped an RBI single to left to score Corkren. When the fielder misplayed Bolton’s ball, Price and Blake also scored and Bolton advanced to third. McCain Carlile’s sacrifice fly scored Bolton to increase Cleburne County’s lead to 14-5 and Jacks ended the game with a home run to left. Looking for “mental toughness” in the
lower half of his batting order, Lee moved seniors Price, Shortt and Bolton to the 6, 7 and 8 holes in the order and said the three responded by “coming up big for us.” “They’re not great hitters but they’re doing their jobs, finding a way to get it done,” Lee added. In preparation for today’s Class 4A, Area 10 home game against Munford, Lee entered the Randolph County game intending to give a number of his pitchers some work and did. Garrett Cheatwood tossed the first three innings and allowed all five runs. Carlile worked the fourth and struck out all three batters he faced. Max Watson issued one walk in facing four batters. In the top of the sixth, Padgett had a perfect inning, fanning three. Corkren was 3-for-3 with a double and two RBIs. He scored three times. Price was 2-for-2 and had four RBIs. His tworun double to right was the big blow in Cleburne County’s four-run first inning. Harler and Padgett each had two singles. Jacks scored three runs, Harler two and Berry two. On Saturday, the Tigers found themselves on the wrong end of the 10-run rule, losing at Piedmont 12-2 in six innings. Usually solid on defense, Cleburne County made five errors. Price walked and scored in the second on Max Watson RBI groundout after Shortt singled. Harler opened the third with a walk, stole second and came home on Corkren’s single to left. “Other than Saturday night, we’ve played as good a defense as I’ve ever had,” Lee noted. “We’ve made about every play. … When we went to Centre the other night, we played extremely well defensively.” At Centre Friday, Cleburne County rallied for three runs in the top of the eighth inning then held off the Cherokee County Warriors for a 7-6 victory. The score was 4-4 after seven innings. Shortt opened the eighth with a base hit. Bolton entered to run for him and stole second then moved to third on Blake’s sacrifice bunt. Benefield’s RBI single sent Bolton home with the go-ahead run but the Tigers weren’t finished. Jacks and Harler walked, loading the bases, and Padgett singled to score Benefield. Jacks come
home on a wild pitch for the third run of the inning. In the bottom of the eighth, the Warriors scored two unearned runs and had the tying run on third when Bolton snagged a fly ball to left for the final out. Berry was the winner in relief. He got the final two outs of the sixth then finished the game, striking out three. Watson had five strikeouts in five innings. Padgett had two singles and two RBIs. Jacks singled twice, drove in a run and scored two times. Berry had a base hit, an RBI and scored once.
Cleburne County opened Area 10 play on Thursday of last week against Anniston with a 13-1 win in five innings. The Tigers had 11 hits, 10 singles and Blake’s double. In all, 17 players got to the plate at least once for Cleburne County. Berry and Harler had three hits apiece. Harler drove in three runs. Watson had two RBIs. Berry, Corkren, Blake and Padgett each had one RBI. Jacks scored three run and Josh Davis scored twice. Price, Bolton, Berry, Watson, Blake, Skye Jarrell, Chad Brown and Mario Smith each scored once for the Tigers.
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Cedar Creek by: Glenda Triplett Youth Sunday was fantastic! Our youth girls did a couple songs using “body worship” and then sang one for us. They really did do a great job! Don’t forget the wedding Saturday March 22 at 2pm! Christi Howle and Curry Stone will be getting married! Our guest youth speaker was Michael Moore a Junior at Oxford High School. He delivered a great message mixed with his testimony. Several friends came to support him. Michael spoke on “Painting a Picture of Christ” and used several scripture passages to make his point. But imagine if the way we live our life were painting a picture. What would your picture reveal? A life devoted to living like Christ or a life that is headed down the wrong path? Would there be dark colors of anger and ridicule as mentioned in Matthew 5:21-21 or bright colors of joy and patience as spoken of in James 1:2-4! Maybe you need to change some colors on your painting. Consider if you live your life so that others can see Jesus in you? No we are not perfect but we are to strive to be like Christ! When we stand before the Judgement will God be proud of us or will He have to point out a multitude of failures? 2 Corinthians 5:9,10 says we are to “make it our aim... to be well pleasing to Him(God). Michael said high school is a mission field. He and his friends try to live in front of their classmates in a way that they paint a picture of Jesus. He knows they make mistakes and fail sometimes but he knows they can make a difference by painting the right picture. In Psalm 1:1-3 we read the descripition of a happy man (or woman) who strives for righteousness through Christ but is unaffected by the wickedness of the world. They meditate on God’s Word day and night. They are like a tree planted by the water that is unmovable. They are firm in what they believe. Because of this life style the Bible says “And whatever he does shall prosper.” This is the picture we should be painting every day! Continue to pray for those who are unable to attend church but would love to do so! Don’t you feel guilty you were able to attend church but just didn’t for no real reason at all!?
East Heflin by: Bruce Wright
Thursday 25th is Faith Friends at home of Sandy Parker at 6pm. Come for the fun! Men and Boys will meet on April 5th at 630pm for Wildgame/ Fish Fry at 630pm. Faith without works is dead. James says your saved life show it because of your living faith. Not everyone who says Lord, Lord will enter the kingdom of heaven. It takes life to live! Faith is the same. Their spiritless, still, and they’re stinking because they are spiritually dead! You don’t want to be around them. They are without love and without Lordship. You should never have trouble obeying God. Is your faith demonic? Satan is not an atheist and he is not agnostic. Satan and his angels believe in Jesus Christ and will the first to profess he is the son of God and he believes in hell. He trembles in thought of Christ and strives to defeat him. Jesus Christ is real and people without Him are without commitment. You cannot do more good than bad and think you can defeat the system. Is your faith dynamic? You claim one way but treat people another. You point out how great of a Christian you are and how un-Christ like others are. You must think, feel and believe in him! Real faith is evidenced by works. One day God will look on us and see Jesus and what he has done of the cross for us. Where is your faith today?
Happy Hill by: Debra Jackson Hello from Happy Hill. It was a blessing to be at Happy Hill Sunday. It was good to see some new faces in the congregation. The choir special was ‘We Shall See Jesus.’ Special singing and dramas by the young children. Vicky Blanton sang ‘What A Friend We Have In Jesus.’ On Sunday night, Caleb Jackson sang ‘When I Grow Up’. Brotherhood Breakfast will be Sunday, March 23rd at 8:00. Those on the prayer list are Irmalene and Robert Norton, Geraldine Norton, April Benefield, Ken Sanders, Lavada Vice, Betty Hayes, Butch Pair, Danny Crawford and Carol Doyle. Remember to attend church Sunday. Until next time, God Bless! SENTENCE SERMON Forgiveness does not erase the past, but it sketches a brighter future. THE LIGHTER SIDE It seems there was this minister who just had all of his remaining teeth pulled and new dentures were being made. The first Sunday, he only preached 10 minutes. The second Sunday, he preached only 20 minutes. But, on the third Sunday, he preached 1 hour 25 minutes. When asked about this by some of the congregation, he responded this way. The first Sunday, my gums were so sore it hurt to talk. The second Sunday, my dentures were hurting a lot. The third Sunday, I accidentally grabbed my wife’s dentures... and I couldn’t stop talking!
New Zion by: Shelia Sears Cunningham “Stay In The Race” was Pastor Jerry Johnson’s inspiring Sunday morning message. The scripture was Hebrews 12:1-3. You cannot run the race for God if you are not willing to endure and take criticism. Running the race for the Lord is not easy when everyone else is going in the opposite direction. You must have patience and be able to hold up under pressure in order to run for the Lord. The Word of God will strengthen you and give you a power that nothing else can give you. You must learn how to lean and depend on the Word of God for strength to run the race. Thought for the week: When God send something to you, it must be for your good.
Mt. Olive Church of God by: Susie Smith Brother Greg Morgan opened our services this morning with Psalms 9:2-3; When we get in the presence of God everything else flees and we want to stay there; Our Sunday School lesson today was “Our Awesome Hope in God” from Isaiah 25:1-26, 4. Until we truly know God we’re only existing in this life, we can find reasons everyday to praise Him. Psalms 91 tells that god is the security of the Godly. Brother Ronnie’s message this morning was from Matthew 10:25-33, “What is the fear of God?” Psalms 111:10 tells us the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. To fear God is to reverence Him and be in awe of Him. In the world today there’s much we could be afraid of, but I John 4:18 tells us the perfect love of God will cast out fear. The message tonight was from Mark 5:25-34; the woman in these verses knew if she could just touch Jesus she would be made whole. It’s not by our goodness but only by the blood fo Jesus we’re made whole. Jesus has His arms outstretched, saying “Whosoever will, come”. We welcome you to join us at Mount Olive anytime. As our Sunday lesson said, “We’re Pentecostal believers whose goal is to know, love, walk with, and someday see God! Brother Ronnie’s number is 256-201-9444.
Pinetucky by: Mary Alvarado
Obituaries Kenneth Mack Lee
Funeral services for Kenneth Mack Lee, 77, were held March 18, at Heflin First United Methodist Church with Dr. Glenn Conner,and Dr. Michael Burgess officiating. Burial followed at Cedar Creek Cemetery. Survivors include his wife of 55 years, Betty, sons Eric (Becky) Lee, Kendal (Hope) Lee, Daughter Traci (Glenn) Conner. Grandchildren Mitch Lee, Alex Lee, Graham Conner, Chandler Conner, Jacob Lee, Abby Lee and Anna Lee. Pallbearers were Mitch Lee, Alex Lee, Graham Conner, Jacob Lee, Robert Boozer and Tim Boozer. Reynold Lee and Larry Lee will serve as Honorary pallbearers. Kenneth enjoyed fishing and golf. He spent most of his days watching his grandchildren play sports. He always watched the practices and games. Kenneth was responsible for starting the Little League Baseball program in Cleburne County over 54 years ago. He worked at Barber Dairy for 37 years before retiring. He and Betty were active Volunteers at HEARTS. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to HEARTS, Heflin First United Methodist Church or Cleburne County Baseball Organization. .
The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want Psalms 23:1. Truly He is our shepherd if we would only follow Him. All of our needs will be met. He will provide all of our needs. This was a rainy weekend, but we had a packed house with three more new additions. Everyone enjoyed the weeknd revival. Continue to pray for those who are sick, many people need the prayers of everyone. Happy birthday and anniversary to all that is celebrating. Father, you are my shepherd, you know everything we need. Thank you for faithful providing for us. Have a wonderful week and be blessed.
Verdon Chapel by: Jenny Jeffers Praying everyone is having a bless week. Sunday morning text is out of Gen. 32:24-31. Do you know you can be saved but without the spirit, because you lost it somewhere along the way. It is Gods responsibility to save you, but you are responsible to keep the spirit in your life. You can never do the will of God unless you are spirit filled. We need to be honest with God so we can be honest with our selves. If you will fall on your knees before God you will never fall before man. He is more concerned with your holiness than your happiness. You need holiness in your life to be happy. Sunday night text is out of 2Sam. 23:39 and 11:1-17. Ask yourself why do I serve God. GRACE. Are we really faithful enough for His grace? Think about that, the answer should be no. We fail Him everyday, but God loves us enough that He gives us His grace. We will be in revival April 2-5 starting at 6:30 Al time Wed. thru Friday and 10 am on Saturday morning for the youth. We would love for everyone to attend and bring a friend. God bless.
Wise Chapel by: Dorcas Toney March 23 the UMW will have charge of worship. Come and receive a blessing. March 29 is our Beans and Greens fund-raiser. We will have dine in or carry out beginning at 3 p.m. April 3 we will have volunteers for the Anniston Soup Bowl. Many need prayer: Lula Mae Camp, Bea Crawford, Andrea Smith, Grayson Smith, Bobbye Williamson, Ronald Edwards, Clarence Noles, Pat McKinney, Andretti Daniel, Gerald Robinson, Lester Norton, Jean Kilgore, Nancy Nixon, J.W. Daniel, Peter Neall, Laura Cornut, Steve Toney, Mary Truett, Kayla Foreman, Hunter Rowland, Rider Bearden, our troops, our nation and national leaders. May God’s touch be yours soon. Our scripture was Luke 9:51-53. We in our lives are asked many tasks to do. Sometimes we are glad to do these jobs and others not so much. In traveling we will also run into people who really do not want us around as Jesus said these people from Samaria did. They did not get along with the Jews. May we be wiling to always follow Jesus no matter where He leads us.
Mrs. Betty Jean Pilgrim, age 80, of Rome, Georgia passed away on March 8, 2014. She was born on May 3, 1933 in Heflin, AL to the late Monroe J. and Willie Chandler Terrell. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Jesse Pilgrim; sister, Ollie Hammond; and brothers, John and Leroy Terrell. During her life, Mrs. Pilgrim worked as a sales clerk at Wal-Mart and was a member of Fruithurst Baptist Church. She is survived by her daughters and sons-in-law, Lisa and Alfredo Chavez of Rome and Regina and Phil Flanagan of Douglasville; son and daughter-in-law, Johnny and Melaine Parson of Euharlee, GA; sisters, Louise Helton and Marie Driver; three grandchildren and one great-grandson. Funeral services were held March 12, 2014 at 2:00 PM from Fruithurst Baptist Church with Rev. James Owens officiating. Music was provided by Bryant Hand and Amy Cordel. Pallbearers serving were Mitchell White, Ian Flanagan, Phil Flanagan, Freddie Chavez, and John Pope. Interment followed in the Fruithurst City Cemetery. Sympathies may be sent to the family by visiting: www.miller-funeralhome.com
Grace Faulk Stephens
Grace Faulk Stephens, 97, passed away on Monday, March 10, 2014, at home in Heflin, AL. She was born on April 12, 1916, in Selma, AL to John Smith and Anna (Dunklin) Faulk. Grace grew up, finished high school, and raised her family in Selma, AL. She worked as a bookkeeper until her retirement. Grace was an avid traveler, conservative business woman, and devoted grandmother. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Selma. Grace was preceded in death by her husband William A. (Bill) Stephens; parents John, Sr. and Anna Faulk; brother John, Jr. and wife Anne Faulk; sister Claudia Faulk all of Selma and son-in-law W. Rollan Bennett, of Heflin, AL. Grace is survived by her daughter Joyce S. (B.J.) Bennett of Heflin, AL; son and wife William A. (Steve) and Kay Stephens of Deatsville, AL; grandchildren Liz B. McDill of Carrollton, GA, Walter Bennett and wife Connie of Heflin, AL, Bill Bennett of Heflin, AL, Claudia Stephens of Spanish Fort, AL, Carrie S. McCurry and husband Michael of Brentwood, TN; great-grandchildren Reid McDill, Anna M. Dorsey, Alex Bennett, Rives Lee, Jackson Lee, Will Thomas McCurry, Mary Ballis McCurry, John Norris McCurry; and her sister Annabel F. Ricks of Denver, CO. A memorial service were held graveside at the New Live Oak Cemetery in Selma, AL a March 12, 2014.
Local Church & Community March 21 Fruithurst Elementary School kindergarten registration is March 21 from 9 a.m. - 2p.m. Escuela de Fruithurst elementales registrode kinder viernes Marcha 21, 2014 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. The following needs to be brought with you: your child, birth certificate, social security card, immunization form, proof of residency. certificado de nacimento, tarjeta de seguro social, forma de inmunizacion, prueba de residencia, y su hijo (Your child must be five years old on or before September 1, 2014) (Su nino debe 5 anos de edad en o antes del ol de Septiembre de 2014.) Fruithurst Elementary School pre-k registration is March 21 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Escuela de Fruithurst Elementales registro de pre kinder Viernes Marcha 21, 2014 9 a.m. - 2 p.m The following needs to be brought with you: social security card, immunization form, proof of income and you child. Favor de traer los siguientes: Certificado de nacimento, tarjeta de seguro social, forma de inmunizacion,
prueba de salario, y su hijo (Your child must be four years old on or before September 1, 2014) (Su nino debe 4 anos de edad en o antes del ol de Septiembre de 2014.) March 22 Singing at Mt Paran Baptist Church, County Road 40 ,in Fruithurst March 22, 2014, at 6:00 PM CST. Special Guest Singers will be “ STEADFAST QUARTET “ from Dallas GA. Pastor Wayne Pike and all the members , invite you to come and join in a night of worship. Refreshments will be served, for information or directions call 256579-5263 March 30 Gray Hill Church of God in Woodland will have Youth Service at 10:30 a.m., CST Singing at 5:30 p.m. Harmony Grove Baptist Church and Upper Cane Creek Methodist Church, invite you to the 5th Sunday night singing at Harmony Grove on March 30th, beginning at 5:00 Central time. If your church would like to join us, you are very welcome. Snacks will be served after the singing. March 31 Impact Hoops Academy will hold
a mens basketball tournament on April 12 at Heflin Recreation Center. Team registration deadline is March 31. For more info call Joe Brown at 256.310.4146 April 5 New Harmony Baptist Church Student Ministry will be having a spaghetti supper to help raise money for summer youth camp. Plates will include spaghetti, salad, bread and dessert and will be $6 each. April 13 Reaching Out International Food Distribution will be held on the second Sunday in April due to Easter Sunday following on the third Sunday. Place of distribution is Morrison Chapel UMC in Randolph County from noon - 2 p.m. April 26 Fifth annual Lea Fite Memorial Golf Tournament will be held April 26 starting at 1 p.m., at the Pine Hill Country Club. The entry fee is $50 per player, 4 man scramble of $200. Tee off will be at 1 p.m. and lunch will be served. For more info call Jimmy Taylor. This event is sponsored by Steel Magnolias Breast cancer support group.
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Industrial board chooses a new way to advertise LAURA CAMPER
The Heflin Industrial Development Board Wednesday decided to add complete descriptions of county’s available commercial properties to its own website. The board had included links on its website to individual available property descriptions on the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama’s website. The partnership is a nonprofit that helps the state recruit and retain industry. Inter-
ested businesses can visit the partnership’s website to access information about counties and cities all over the state, including Cleburne County and it’s available properties. Ellen Didier, a representative of Red Sage Communications, which designed the Industrial Board’s website, notified the board members that the partnership’s new website did not allow links to individual property information. Didier gave the board members two
options: the company could download the existing property information from the partnership’s website onto the board’s server; or eliminate all individual property links on the board’s website and direct readers to information for all properties at the partnership’s new website address. The board has six properties listed on the website, Didier said. It would take less than an hour to eliminate all individual property links and add one link to the top of the page, she estimated by email. It
would take less than 2 hours to download the individual property information to the board’s website, Didier said. The company charges $70 per hour, she said. Board Chairman Jerry Cash said he would prefer to put the individual property information onto the Industrial Board’s website. The board unanimously approved that option with no discussion. Staff writer Laura Camper 256-4632872. On Twitter @LCamper_Star.
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Cheaha cleanup The Cleburne County Southern Baptist Disaster Relief Team joined volunteers at Cheaha State Park on Sunday, March 2 to cut and remove trees damaged by the recent ice storm. The team members participating were Gary White, Ann White, Sammy Freeman, Mark Vise, Jerry Paul Owen, Fred Campbell, Tony Turner, Bobby Bailey, Robbie Brown, Glen Hyatt, and Brenda Freeman(not shown).
PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Heflin has received a Declaration of Vacation, by MM Matt Miles and wife, Pamela Conner Miles, requesting assent to the vacation of Jay Circle, a street as shown on the plat of The Pines Subdivision recorded at Plat Book 4, Page 40, in the Probate Office of Cleburne County, Alabama. On Tuesday, April 8th, 2014 at 5:30 p.m., assent to the Declaration will be considered by the Heflin City Council at the Heflin Recreation Center located at 128 Coleman Street. This is a public hearing and the public is welcome to attend. Any citizen affected by the proposed vacation may submit written objections to the Council or may request an opportunity to be heard at the meeting.
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TOILET RENOVATIONS AT CLEBURNE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE CLEBURNE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION HEFLIN, ALABAMA PROJECT NO. 14-100 Requirements for Bidding: The Cleburne County Board Of Education shall accept proposals only from Contractors who have successfully completed at least 3 similar projects on time
for satisfied State, County or City Governmental Agencies. The lowest bidding Contractor shall submit to the Architect within 24 hours after submitting their bid proposal a listing of projects, construction cost, Owners address and telephone numbers. The sealed proposal as described above shall be received by Mrs. Claire Philpot Dryden, Superintendent, at The Cleburne County Board of Education, Heflin, Alabama, until 2:00 PM, Thursday, April 3, 2014, then opened and read aloud. The project shall be bid excluding taxes. Bids must be submitted on proposal forms furnished by the Architect or copies thereof. No bid may be withdrawn after scheduled closing for receipt of bids for a period of sixty (60) days. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive technical errors if, in the Owners judgment, the best interests of the Owner will thereby be promoted. A certified check or Bid Bond payable to the Cleburne County Board of Education in an amount not less than five percent (5%) of the amount of the bid, but in no event more than $10,000.00 must accompany the bidder’s proposal. Performance and statutory labor and material payment bonds will be required at the signing of the Contract. All bidders bidding in amounts exceeding that established by the State Licensing Board for General Contractors must be licensed under the provisions of Title 34, Chapter 8, Code of Alabama, 1975, and must show evidence of license before bidding or bid will not be received or considered by the Architect. All bidders shall show such evidence by clearly displaying current license number on the outside of the sealed envelope in which the proposal is delivered. Electronic images of the documents may be viewed on-line and printed by General Contractors, Sub Contractors and Suppliers by obtaining documents through the www.mckeeassoc.com web site, by contacting the Architect at email@example.com for log-in information and password. Please provide company name, address, phone #, fax #, email address and GC License #. This is the only web site endorsed by the Architect. The Architect is unable to monitor, confirm and maintain websites that are beyond his control. Paper copies of the documents are the responsibility of the Contractors. Addendums shall be posted on the above web site. The Architect retains ownership and copyrights of the documents. If General Contractors, Sub Contractors and Suppliers require printed sets the following shall apply: General Contractors requesting Contract Documents may obtain up to two (2) sets by submitting to the Architects a deposit of $75.00 per set upon receipt of the deposit, and the deposit shall be refunded less shipping charges for each set returned in reusable condition within ten days after bid opening. All RFI’s and RFA’s regarding the bid documents shall be sent and addressed thru the following e-mail account: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Architect will not accept inquires via telephone or fax. Completion Time: Work shall be completed by in 90 calendar days from the “Notice To Proceed”. Supervision: Contractor to provide Superintendent(s) to ensure proper supervision for all work. Owner: Mrs. Claire Philpot Dryden, Superintendent The Cleburne County Board of Education 93 Education Street Heflin, Alabama 36264. Phone: (256) 463-5624 Architect: McKee and Associates Architecture and Interior Design 631 South Hull Street Montgomery, Alabama 36104 Phone: (334) 834-9933 The Cleburne News Cleburne Co., AL March 6, 13, 20, 2014
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF CLEBURNE COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF SUSAN D. CATES, DECEASED CASE NO. 2014-007 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the 4th day of March, 2014, by the Honorable RYAN ROBERTSON, Judge of Probate Court of CLEBURNE County, Alabama, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same within the time allowed by law or the same will be barred. Rene Greene Pam Nunn The Cleburne News Cleburne Co., AL March 13, 20, 27, 2014
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE
Default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by that certain mortgage executed by Robert B. Jarrell and April R. Jarrell husband and wife, to Cheaha Bank, on the 21st day of November, 2008, said mortgage recorded in the Office of the Judge of Probate of Cleburne County, Alabama, in Mortgage
Book: 2008 Page 5485; said mortgage having subsequently been transferred and assigned to Bank of America, N.A., by instrument recorded in Mortgage Book 2014, Page 146, in the aforesaid Probate Office; the undersigned Bank of America, N.A., as Mortgagee/Transferee, under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, in front of the main entrance of the Courthouse at Heflin, Cleburne County, Alabama, on May 5, 2014, during the legal hours of sale, all of its right, title, and interest in and to the following described real estate, situated in Cleburne County, Alabama, to-wit: A certain parcel of land located in the Northeast corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4 of NE 1/4) of Section Sixteen (16) and the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (NW 1/4 of NW 1/4) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Sixteen (16), Range Ten (10) being more particularly described as follows: Begin at the Point of Intersection of the centerline of Perryman Bridge Road and the North Line of Webb Drive; thence in a Westerly direction along the North line of the pavement of Webb Drive a distance of 258 feet, more or less, to an iron pin set, the point of beginning of the herein described property; thence South a distance of 157 feet to an iron pin; thence West a distance of 85 feet to an iron pin; thence Northwesterly a distance of 107 feet to an iron pin; thence North a distance of 87 feet to an iron pin on the side of Webb Drive; thence Easterly along Webb Drive a distance of 126 feet to the point of beginning. Lying and being situated in Cleburne County, Alabama. Also: A right of way and/or easement across and along Webb Drive beginning at its intersection with Perryman Bridge Road to the residence of Shirley Ligon located in the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of Section Sixteen (16), Township Sixteen (16), Range Ten (10), and running 336 feet from intersection of Webb Drive to Perryman Bridge Road to point on Webb Drive which is the Northeast corner of property of Shirley Ligon as conveyed by Deed recorded in Fiche 315, Frame F 1-2, in the Office of the Judge of Probate of Cleburne County, Alabama. Property Street Address: 94 Webb Dr, Heflin, AL 36264 THIS PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD ON AN “AS IS, WHERE IS” BASIS, SUBJECT TO ANY EASEMENTS, ENCUMBRANCES, AND EXCEPTIONS REFLECTED IN THE MORTGAGE AND THOSE CONTAINED IN THE RECORDS OF THE OFFICE OF THE JUDGE OF PROBATE OF THE COUNTY WHERE THE ABOVE-DESCRIBED PROPERTY IS SITUATED. THIS PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT WARRANTY OR RECOURSE, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED AS TO TITLE, USE AND/OR ENJOYMENT AND WILL BE SOLD SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF REDEMPTION OF ALL PARTIES ENTITLED THERETO. This sale is made for the purpose of paying the indebtedness secured by said mortgage, as well as the expenses of foreclosure. The Mortgagee/Transferee reserves the right to bid for and purchase the real estate and to credit its purchase price against the expenses of sale and the indebtedness secured by the real estate. This sale is subject to postponement or cancellation. Bank of America, N.A., Mortgagee/Transferee Andy Saag SIROTE & PERMUTT, P.C. P. O. Box 55727 Birmingham, AL 35255-5727 Attorney for Mortgagee/Transferee www.sirote.com/foreclosures 293517 The Cleburne News Cleburne Co., AL March 6, 13, 20, 2014
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE NOTICE
NOTICE OF CONTINUANCE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Notice is hereby given that the foreclosure date set out in the following described notice of mortgage foreclosure has been continued to April 3, 2014 during the legal hours of sale. DEFAULT having been made in the terms of that certain mortgage executed by RICHARD DARRELL HUTCHISON and wife, ROBBIE LYNN HUTCHISON to ROBERT DAY and wife, ANITA DAY, which said mortgage is dated February 17, 2012, and recorded in the Office of the Judge of Probate of Cleburne County, Alabama, on February 21, 2012, in Mortgage Book 2012, Page 527, Entry #42367, and the said default continuing, and by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, the following described real property will be sold at public outcry for cash, to the highest bidder, in front of the Courthouse door of the Cleburne County Courthouse in Heflin, Cleburne county, Alabama, during the legal hours of sale on Thursday, the 3rd day of April 2014, to-wit: A parcel of land located in Section 3, Township 15 South, Range 12 East; said parcel being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the iron in rock pile accepted as being the Northwest comer of Tract 5, James T. McDonald property, as recorded in Plat Book One, Page 74, in the Probate Office of Cleburne
County, Alabama; said comer also being known as the Northwest comer of the NE 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 3, Township 15 South, Range 12 East; thence South 00 degrees 55 min. 00 sec. East along the accepted West line of said quarter-quarter 25 5 .60 ft. to a capped rebar on the observed North right of way line of State Line Church Road; thence South 61 degrees 24 min. 35 sec. East 872.64 ft. to a capped rebar on the observed South ROW line of said road; thence South 74 degrees 11 min. 36 sec. East along said South ROW line 121.03 ft. to an existing iron; thence South 74 degrees 11 min. 44 sec. East along said ROW line 50.00 ft. to an existing iron; thence South 14 degrees 57 min. 27 sec. West and leaving said ROW line 122.94 ft. to a capped rebar and the true point of beginning of the hereafter described parcel; thence South 14 degrees 57 min. 27 sec. West 176.00 ft. to a capped rebar; thence South 74 degrees 11 min. 23 sec. East 122.99 ft. to a capped rebar; thence North 14 degrees 57 min. 27 sec. East 176.00 ft. to a capped rebar; thence North 74 degrees 11 min. 23 sec. West 122.99 ft. to the true point of beginning. Containing 0.50 acres, more or less; subject to any easement assigned to the utility crossing said parcel as shown on said plat. In accordance with survey prepared by B. G. Bailey, Reg. No. 12502, dated January 11, 2008. Said sale is to be made for the purpose of paying the mortgage debt and cost of foreclosure. Said sale is to be made for the purpose of paying the mortgage debt and cost of foreclosure. John S. Casey Attorney for Mortgagee 126 Burns Street Heflin, Alabama 36264 The Cleburne News Cleburne Co., AL March 20, 2014
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE
Default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by that certain mortgage executed by Gregory W. Wilson, an unmarried man, on July 17, 2009, to MHD Communities, LLC, which mortgage is recorded in Deed Book 2009, Page 1555; and assigned to Bank of North Georgia by instrument recorded in Mortgage Book 2009, Page 3405, in the Office of the Judge of Probate of Cleburne County, Alabama, the undersigned, as Mortgagee or Transferee, under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in the said mortgage will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash in front of the main entrance of the Cleburne County Courthouse in Heflin, Alabama, on March 25, 2014, during the legal hours of sale the following real estate situated in Cleburne County, Alabama, to wit: Lot 21 of Mountain View Farms Subdivision, as shown on a plat of survey for Mountain View Farms by Crawford & Associates, Inc., dated June 11, 1999 and recorded in the Office of the Judge of Probate of Cleburne County, Alabama, at Plat Book 4, Page 347. Less and Except: All that tract or parcel of land lying and being part of the West 1/2 of the Southwest 1/4 of Section 33, Township 16 South, Range 12 East, Cleburne County, Alabama, and being more particularly described as follows: To find the point of beginning commence at the intersection of the Southwest right-of-way of Price Road (30 foot right-of-way) and the Northeast right-of-way of Cleburne County Road #96 (80 foot right-of-way) and proceed along the Easterly right-of-way of said Cleburne County Road #96 (80 foot right-of-way) the following courses and distances: South 48 degrees 36 minutes 08 seconds East a distance of 68.04 feet to a point; South 47 degrees 18 minutes 54 seconds East a distance of 50.51 feet to a point; South 44 degrees 40 minutes 05 seconds East a distance of 176.13 feet to a point; South 41 degrees 36 minutes 38 seconds East a distance of 177.77 feet to a point but specifically to the Northwest corner of Lot 25 as shown on a plat entitled “Property Survey for MOUNTAIN VIEW FARMS, dated April 27, 1999, prepared by Crawford & Associates, Inc., certified by Douglas C. Crawford, Georgia Registered Land Surveyor #14567, recorded July 1, 1999, in Plat Book 4, Page 346, Cleburne County, Alabama Records; thence leaving said Easterly right-of-way of Cleburne County Road #96 (80 foot right-of-way) North 40 degrees 36 minutes 57 seconds East a distance of 272.68 feet to a point, but specifically to the Northeast corner of said Lot 25; thence South 45 degrees 57 minutes 22 seconds East a distance of 30.12 feet to a point which is the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; thence from the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING proceed North 10 degrees 12 minutes 02 seconds East a distance of 22.56 feet to a point; thence South 79 degrees 47 minutes 58 seconds East a distance of 62.98 feet a point; thence South 10 degrees 12 minutes 02 seconds West a distance of 64.79 feet to a point; thence North 45 degrees 57 minutes 22 seconds West a distance of 75.83 feet to a point; being the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. Together with the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging. Said property will be sold on an “AS
IS, WHERE IS” basis subject to the right of way easements and restrictions of record in the Probate Office of Cleburne County, Alabama, and will be subject to existing special assessments, if any, which might adversely affect the title to the subject property. This sale is made for the purpose of paying the indebtedness secured by said mortgage, as well as the expenses of foreclosure. This Mortgage Foreclosure sale has been continued. It will be held on March 25, 2014, at the Cleburne County Courthouse in Heflin, Alabama. The sale was originally set for March 4, 2014. Bank of North Georgia Mortgagee or Transferee This Instrument Prepared By: Burt W. Newsome, Attorney for Mortgagee or Transferee NEWSOME LAW, L.L.C. P.O. Box 382753 Birmingham, AL 35238 The Cleburne News Cleburne Co., AL March 20, 2014 NOTICE Please be advised that the Cleburne County Commission intends to vacate a section of CR 62. The section of CR 62 on each side of the Tallapoosa River shall be vacated in its entirety, from the present Cameron West/Charles Myers property line, east to the intersection with CR 457, approximately 480 feet east of the Tallapoosa River. The length of the section of road to be closed is approximately 3435 feet, or 0.65 miles. A public hearing will be held at the Cleburne County Mountain Center at 3:00 P.M., during the regularly scheduled Commission Meeting on April 21st, 2014. The purpose of the hearing is to allow any citizen alleging to be affected by the proposed vacation to file written objection or request to be heard at the public hearing. Please call the Cleburne County Engineer’s Office at 256-463-2271 for further information. The Cleburne News March 20, 27, April 3,10, 2014
In the Circuit Court of Cleburne County, Alabama Plaintiff Green Tree Servicing LLC VS Defendant Charles L. Hicks, Devyn Ainsley Sheehan-Hicks a/k/a Lisa Sheehan Hicks Case No. CV13-900049 Notice The Defendant (s), Devyn Ainsley Sheehan-Hicks a/k/a Lisa Sheehan Hicks whose whereabouts is unknown, must answer Plaintiff’s Complaint and other relief by May 1st, or, thereafter, a judgment by default may be rendered against him/her in the above styled case. Done this the 27th day of February, 2014. Jerry P. Owen, Circuit Clerk Attorney for Plaintiff: Amelia Steindorff PO Box 306 Birmingham AL 35201 The Cleburne News Cleburne Co., AL March 13, 20, 27, April 3, 2014 STATE OF ALABAMA CLEBURNE COUNTY
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE NOTICE
Default having been made in the terms of the mortgage executed on the17th day of October, 2006, by Jamie Forsyth to West Georgia National Bank, which mortgage is recorded in the Office of the Probate Judge of Cleburne, Alabama, in the Record of Mortgages, Book 2006 Page 5405, and modified by Modification Agreement recorded in Book 2007, Page 2326, further modified by Modification Agreement recorded in Book 2008, Page 686 (in favor of First National Bank of Georgia, as successor in interest to West Georgia National Bank), and further modified by Modification Agreement recorded in Book 2008, page 3734 said mortgage having been assigned to Community & Southern Bank by assignment recorded in Book 2010, Page 1876, Community & Southern Bank as successor in interest to First National Bank of Georgia, by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, will cause the following described property to be sold at public outcry in front of the Courthouse doors of Cleburne County, during legal hours of sale on March 27, 2014, to the highest bidder for cash. Lot 4, Creekside Subdivision as recorded in Cleburne County Plat Book 4, Page 404 dated May 10, 2011. LESS AND EXCEPT: A portion of Lot #4 of Creekside Subdivision as recorded in Plat Book 4, Page 404 in the Office of the Probate Judge, Cleburne County, and being located in the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 31, Township 17 South, Range 13, and the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 36, Township 17 South, Range 12 East, Cleburne County, being more particularly described as follows: Commencing at an iron pin found (5/8” Rebar) on the Northerly ROW of Creekside Drive being the Southwesterly corner of Lot #5 of Creekside Subdivision, as recorded in Plat Book 4, Page 404 in the Office of Probate, Cleburne County; thence leaving said ROW bearing N 30 degrees 23’ 40” W a distance of 37.51 ft. to an iron pin found and the Point of Beginning of the hereafter described property; thence N 61 degrees 43’28” E a distance of 161.19 ft. to an iron pin found (capped); thence S36
degrees 41’05”W a distance of 180.68 ft. to an iron pin found; thence N 26 degrees 23’36” W a distance of 76.51 ft. to a point on the Point of Beginning. Said sale is made for the purpose of paying the mortgage debt and costs of foreclosure. RICE, RICE & SMITH, P.C. By: Dwight Rice Attorney for Community & Southern Bank The Cleburne News Cleburne Co., AL March 6, 13, 20, 2014 STATE OF ALABAMA CLEBURNE COUNTY
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE NOTICE
Default having been made in the terms of the mortgage executed on the 9th day of May, 2006, by Jamie Forsyth to West Georgia National Bank, which mortgage is recorded in the Office of the Probate Judge of Cleburne, Alabama, in the Record of Mortgages, Book 2006 Page 2856, and modified by Modification Agreement recorded in Book 2007, Page 2461, further modified by Modification Agreement recorded in Book 2008, Page 2153 (in favor of First National Bank of Georgia, as successor in interest to West Georgia National Bank), and further modified by Modification Agreement recorded in Book 2008, page 3735 said mortgage having been assigned to Community & Southern Bank by assignment recorded in Book 2010, Page 1876, Community & Southern Bank as successor in interest to First National Bank of Georgia, by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, will cause the following described property to be sold at public outcry in front of the Courthouse doors of Cleburne County, during legal hours of sale on March 27, 2014, to the highest bidder for cash. A certain parcel of land located in the N 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of Section 16, Township 17 South, Range 12 East, being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Southwest corner of the NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of said section; thence Easterly along the South line of said quarter 695.21 ft. to the intersection of said South line with the East bank of a branch; said point also being the true point of beginning of the hereafter described parcel; thence continue Easterly along said South line of quarter, if extended, 1041.12 to a fence road; thence Northwesterly with an interior angle of 96 deg. 05 min. 12 sec. to the right along said fence road 185.22 ft. to the intersection of same with the observed South right of way line of Al. Highway No. 46; thence Northwesterly with an interior angle of 109 deg. 01 min. 47 sec. to the right along said ROW line a chord length of 631.38 ft.; thence continue Northwesterly with an interior angle of 187 deg. 56 min. 02 sec. to the right along said ROW line a chord length of 893.69 ft.; thence Northwesterly with an interior angle of 185 deg. 39 min. 46 sec. to the right along said ROW line a chord length of 217.34 ft. to the intersection of said ROW line with the East bank of a branch; thence Southerly along the meanderings of said branch as follows: with an interior angle of 42 deg. 43 min. 41 sec. to the right of chord 38.01 ft.; with an interior angle of 154 deg. 39 min. 50 sec. to the right 65.84 ft.; with an interior angle of 214 deg. 08 min. 07 sec. to the right 138.88 ft.; with an interior angle of 191 deg. 28 min. 27 sec. to the right 48.38 ft.; with an interior angle of 127 deg. 31 min. 26 sec. to the right 61.00 ft.; with an interior angle of 244 deg. 35 min. 52 sec. to the right 41.83 ft.; with an interior angle of 124 deg. 54 min. 03 sec. to the right 42.59 ft.; with an interior angle of 205 deg. 20 min. 12 sec. to the right 116.04 ft.; with an interior angle of 134 deg. 48 min. 18 sec. to the right 26.28 ft.; with an interior angle of 239 deg. 01 min. 44 sec. to the right 45.32 ft.; with an interior angle of 163 deg. 44 min. 17 sec. to the right 79.62 ft.; with an interior angle of 143 deg. 54 min. 27 sec. to the right 165.56 ft.; with an interior angle of 166 deg. 51 min. 22 sec. to the right 89.38 ft.; with an interior angle of 210 deg. 15 min. 31 sec. to the right 238.60 ft.; with an interior angle of 172 deg. 03 min. 34 sec. to the right 44.36 ft. to the true point of beginning. Situated, lying and being in Cleburne County, Alabama. Said sale is made for the purpose of paying the mortgage debt and costs of foreclosure. RICE, RICE & SMITH, P.C. By: Dwight Rice Attorney for Community & Southern Bank The Cleburne News Cleburne Co., AL March 6, 13, 20, 2014 Stateline Storage located on Hwy 46 off exit 205 exit will hold a auction on April 19, 2014 at 8 a.m. AL time. in case of inclement weather the auction will be held April 26. A-21 - Melissa Holcombe A-23 - Valerie Baker A-24 - Bridget Chasse B-11 - Mark Weaver C-2 - Forrest Johnson C-8 - Pam Butcher C-10 - Lanessa Rollins C-4 - Nicole Bright C-21 - Debra Bright C-35 - Darryl Pointer C- 37 - April Spinks Auctioneer Daniel Hall AL#5224 The Cleburne News March 20, 27, April 3, 2014
10– The Cleburne News, Thursday, March 20, 2013 NOTICE OF TAX SALE 2014 The following list contains names of property owners as of October 1, 2013. If you have purchased property since this date, please check the following listing to see if it contains the name of the person from whom you purchased the property. If you find your name listed below and have sold your property, please notify the new owners so they will have an opportunity to clear the property before the tax sale. BECAUSE THE PEOPLE MUST KNOW STATE OF ALABAMA CLEBURNE COUNTY Revenue Commissioner Joyce Robinson Fuller By virtue of a decree rendered by the Probate Court at the March term. I Joyce Robinson Fuller Revenue Commissioner of Cleburne County will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash before the legal hours of sale (10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.) on May 6, 2014, the following real estate for taxes and costs due on to-wit: ATB PROPERTIES LLC PARCEL ID 11 02 10 0 000 002.000 RCPT # 10523 LOT 12 PB 4 PG 542 DB 154 PG 11, FICHE 201A FRAME 12; D1998 PG 1130; D2004 PG 498; D2006 PG 1354-1357 S10 T15S R12E Tax & Cost 73.02 ADV $ 16.00 ATB PROPERTIES LLC PARCEL ID 11 02 10 0 000 002.003 RCPT # 10520 PT OF LOT 13 PB 4 PG 542 BEG AT SW COR SW1/4 NE1/4 TH: N 507.30’; E 524.31’; E 508.54’; S 411.21’; E 417.50’; SW 141’(S); W 1408(S) TO POB FICHE 197F FRAME 12; FICHE 201A FRAME 13; D1998 PG 1130; D2004 PG 498; D2006 PG 1354-1357 S10 TT15S RR12E Tax & Cost 59.24 ADV $ 16.00 ATB PROPERTIES LLC PARCEL ID 11 02 10 0 000 002.009 RCPT # 10514 LOT 6 PB 4 PG 542 D2006 PGS 13541357 S10 T15S R12E Tax & Cost 37.70 ADV $ 16.00 ATB PROPERTIES LLC PARCEL ID 11 02 10 0 000 002.010 RCPT # 10513 LOT 5 PB 4 PG 542 D2006 PGS 13541357 S10 T15S R12E Tax & Cost 37.70 ADV $ 16.00 ATB PROPERTIES LLC PARCEL ID 11 02 10 0 000 002.011 RCPT # 10512 LOT 4 PB 4 PG 542 D2006 PGS 13541357 S10 T15S R12E Tax & Cost 37.70 ADV $ 16.00 ATB PROPERTIES LLC PARCEL ID 11 02 10 0 000 002.013 RCPT # 10510 LOT 2 PB 4 PG 542 D2006 PGS 13541357 S10 T15S R12E Tax & Cost 46.16 ADV $ 16.00 ATB PROPERTIES LLC PARCEL ID 11 02 10 0 000 002.014 RCPT # 10509 LOT 1 PB 4 PG 542 D2006 PGS 13541357 S10 T15S R12E Tax & Cost 70.79 ADV $ 16.00 ATB PROPERTIES LLC
PARCEL ID 11 02 10 0 000 007.001 RCPT # 10502 BEG 1215.63’ W OF NE COR NE1/4 SE1/4; TH: SW 136.96’; SW 155.22’; SE 219.19’ TO N R/W RIVER FALLS RD; TH: NW ALG N R/W 116.67’; NW 136.25’; NE 181.08’; NE 111.73’; TH: E 60.40’ TO POB; D2006 PG 1563 S10 TT15S RR12E Tax & Cost 31.60 ADV $16.00 BABER STREET LLC PARCEL ID 15 03 08 4 000 006.000 RCPT # 6352 BEG 210’ N OF SE COR SE1/4 SE1/4 TH: W 849’(S) TO CREEK; NW ALG CREEK TO INT WITH N LN SE1/4 SE1/4 TH: E ALG N LN 389’(S); TH: SW 75.04’; SW 55.43’; SW 77.48’; S 108.41’; SE 74.56’; SE 64.26’; SE 138.17’; SE 327’(S0; NE 171.8’; SE 289.8’; NE 319.6’; SE 220.8’ TO INT W R/W BABER ST TH: SE ALG W R/W 25’(S); NW 252’; SW 210’; SE 400’ TO POB DB 134 PG482FICHE 61C FRAME 10-11; WILL FICHE 24A FRAME 5-8 D2006 PG 2700 D2008 PG 678 S08 TT16S RR10E Tax & Cost 656.71 ADV $ 16.00 HEFLIN Tax $146.40 BABER STREET LLC PARCEL ID 15 03 08 4 000 006.006 RCPT # 6346 COM 1024’ N OF SE COR SE1/4 SE1/4 TH: SW 40’(S) TO POB TH: CONT SW 276’(S); S 330’(S); NE 94.3’; NW 217.93’; NE 223.31’ TO POB D2008 PG 678 S08 T16 R10 Tax & Cost 122.75 ADV $ 16.00 HEFLIN Tax $21.84 BEECHAM TROY PARCEL ID 02 08 34 0 000 005.006 RCPT # 14034 THE W 1234’ OF S1/2 OF N1/2 OF TRACT 21 DB 167 PG508 S34 T12S R11E Tax & Cost 222.01 ADV $16.00 BELL KENDALL LEE PARCEL ID 06 08 34 0 000 011.002 RCPT # 12881 TRACT 4 JAMES T MCDONALD PROPERTY DB 158 PG 804; OR21 PG 134-135; D2002 PG 233 S34 T14S R12E Tax & Cost 144.57 ADV $16.00 BILLINGSLEY RUTH & BOWEN FRANCES C PARCEL ID 15 02 03 3 000 006.000 RCPT # 7555 BEG AT INT OF N R/W OF OXFORD ST WITH W LN OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4 TH: NE WITH ST 285’; NW 207’; SW 184S 260’ TO POB DB 76 PGS 398, 485 S3 TT16S RR10E Tax & Cost 280.63 ADV $ 16.00 HEFLIN Tax 57.84 BROOKS DAYLE D & STEVEN & CATHERINE OVERSTREET PARCEL ID 04 09 29 0 000 004.000 RCPT # 13493 SW1/4 OF SW1/4 EXCEPT R/W & THAT PT OF NW1/4 NW1/4 N OF HWY 55 DB 146 PG 40; DB 166 PG 227FICHE 38-B FRAME 9-10 D2007 PG 166 S2 TT13S RR11E Tax & Cost 98.11 ADV $16.00 BROOKS DAYLE D & STEVEN & CATHERINE OVERSTREET PARCEL ID 04 09 30 0 000 006.000 RCPT # 13483 E1/2 OF SE OF NE1/4, E1/2 OF NE OF SE1/4
& BEG ATSE COR OF SEC TH: N 180’ TO N SIDE OF HWY 55 &POB TH: N 1160’; W 1320’; S 500’ TH: E ON N SIDEOF HWY TO POB DB 163 PG 255 DB 164 PG 504DB 163 PG 255; DB 161 PGS 299301; DB 107 PGS 12,82; DB 166 PG 205 D2007 PG 166 S3 TT13S RR11E Tax & Cost 137.68 ADV $16.00 BROWN JEFFREY PARCEL ID 21 08 33 0 000 021.005 RCPT # 2890 BEG AT INT S R/W OLD HWY 431 & E R/W NEW HWY 431 TH: SW 82.84’(D) TH: SE 181’; NE 82.84’ TO S R/W OLD HWY 431; TH: NW ALG S R/W 191’(S) TO POB; D2002 PG 2361 D2007 PG 1068 D2009 PG 1872 D2009 PG 1904 D2009 PG 1905 D2010 PG 683 D2010 PG 686 S33 TT17S RR10E Tax & Cost 747.65 ADV $16.00 BROWN TIMOTHY H PARCEL ID 06 09 32 0 000 006.001 RCPT # 12767 BEG AT NW COR SEC 32 TH: S ALG W LN SEC 32 729’ TO POB TH: E 592’(D) 524’(s); TH: S 592’; W 592’(D) 545’(s) TO W LN SEC 32; TH: N 592’ TO POB; DB 165 PG 564; OR20 PG 283-284 D2009 PG 1108 D2009 PG 1164 S3 TT14S RR12E Tax & Cost 1161.69 ADV $16.00 BROWN TIMOTHY H PARCEL ID 06 09 32 0 000 006.003 RCPT # 12765 BEG 360’ S OF NW COR SEC 32 TH: S 369.1’; E 392.66’; N 369.42’; W TO POB FICHE 10-E FRAME 9-11 D2009 PG 1120 D2009 PG 1532 S3 TT14S RR12E Tax & Cost 36.93 ADV $16.00 CAMP AMANDA LEIGH (JOHNSON) PARCEL ID 09 07 25 0 000 012.006 RCPT # 12191 COM AT INT S R/W OLD E D WA R D S V I L L E RD & E LN OF W1/2 NW1/4 TH: S ALG E LN 1049’(S) TO POB TH: CONT SALG E LN TO N R/W R/R; TH: SWLY ALG N R/W 165’(S);TH: SELY 76’(S); TH: SWLY 624’(S); TH: N 983’(S);TH: E TO POB FICHE 225E FRAME 12-13; FICHE 340DFRAME 11-1 S25 T15S R10E Tax & Cost 57.32 ADV $16.00 CLINE ERIC E PARCEL ID 06 09 30 0 000 010.022 RCPT # 12828 LOT 14; COM 819.87’ E OF NW COR SW1/4 NW1/4; TH: SE 508.15’ TO POB TH: NE 164’(s); SE 277.05’; SW 89.36’; S 200.88’; NW 283.77’ TO RD; NW ALG RD 293’(S) NE ALG RD 70’(s) NW 7’(S) TO POB; D1998 PG 701; D1998 PG 926; D2004 PG 1988 S30 T14S R12E Tax & Cost 251.26 ADV $16.00 COGGIN CAFFEY PARCEL ID 21 01 02 0 000 013.000 RCPT # 3768 BEG 471’(S) SE OF INT S R/W CO RD 19 & W LN SEC 2 TH: SW 210’; SE 210’; NE 210’ TO S R/W; NW ALG S R/W 210.04’ TO POB; DB 131 PG 350 FICHE 231A FRAME 1; FICHE 231A FRAME 2-3; FICHE 244F FRAME 6-7; D2002 PG 895; D2006 PG 677 S02 T17S
R10E Tax & Cost 36.54 ADV $16.00 COSPER DARLENE PARCEL ID 24 09 30 0 000 006.000 RCPT # 229 BEG AT THE INT OF W R/W LN OF STATE LN RD & S R/W LN OF LAKE RD TH: S ALG W R/W OF STATE LN RD; 90’TO POB TH: W 210’; S 210’; E 210’ TO W R/W OF RD; N 210’ ALG R/W TO POB DB 131 PG 68; D2002 PG 2921 S30 T17 R13 Tax & Cost 371.32 ADV $16.00 CRAIG MAX T PARCEL ID 13 04 18 0 000 003.012 RCPT # 9342 BEG AT N LN SEC 18 & E R/W NEW HARMONY CHURCH RD;TH: SLY ALG E R/W 1252’(S) TO POB; TH: SLY 300’;TH: SELY 802.65’; TH: N 333.14’; TH: NWLY 657.03’TO POB FICHE 184-B FRAME 5; D2002 PG 1768; D2002 PG 2040 S18 T16S R12E Tax & Cost 255.88 ADV $16.00 DEESE KELLY WILKES PARCEL ID 10 02 04 0 000 004.000 RCPT # 11710 SW1/4 OF SW1/4 E OF RD & S OF BRANCH; DB 157 P234LESS THAT PT LYING W OF PILGRIMS REST RD FICHE360A PG 3-6 S4 TT15S RR11E Tax & Cost 54.07 ADV $16.00 DEESE KELLY WILKES PARCEL ID 10 02 09 0 000 004.000 RCPT # 11699 NW1/4 OF NW1/4; DB 157 PG 234 LESS THAT PARTLYING NW OF PILGRIM’S REST RD FICHE 360A FRAME3-4; FICHE 360A FRAME 5-6 S09 T15S R11E Tax & Cost 87.22 ADV $16.00 DEESE KELLY WILKES PARCEL ID 10 03 08 0 000 001.000 RCPT # 11598 BEG AT SE COR NE1/4 NE1/4 TH: N ALG E SEC LN TO INT S R/W CO RD 451 TH: SW ALG S R/W 1228’(S) TH: SE 155.45’; SW 164’; SE 52.46’; NE 660’(S) TO POB; PB 4 PG 221; FICHE 360AFRAME 3-4; FICHE 360A FRAME 5-6 S8 TT15S RR11E Tax & Cost 140.19 ADV $16.00 DEESE KELLY WILKES PARCEL ID 10 03 08 0 000 002.000 RCPT # 11596 BEG 136.68’ W OF SE COR NE1/4 NE1/4 TH: S 26.62’;SE 161.37’; SW 250.34’; W 285.28’; SW 213.70’; NE212.65’; N 253.95’; SE 460’(S) TO POB PB 4 PG 221;FICHE 360A FRAME 3-6 S8 TT15S RR11E Tax & Cost 38.91 ADV $16.00 DRIGGERS DAVID LANCE PARCEL ID 10 04 20 0 001 002.000 RCPT # 11504 BEG 847.06’ SW OF INT N LN SEC 20 & W R/W HWY 78 TH: CONT SW ALG W R/W 193.41’; NW 40’; SW 654.91’ TO INT WITH SE R/W OLD GA RD; TH: NE ALG S R/W OLD GA RD 1276.17’ TH: SE 536.36’ TO POB; DB 153 PG 445; D1997 PG 0136; D2004 PG 197; D2004 PG 567; D2006 PG 1534 D2011 PG 846 S20 TT15S RR11E Tax & Cost 47.23 ADV $ 16.00 EDWARDSVILLE Tax $ 1.40 DRIGGERS DAVID LANCE PARCEL ID 10 04 20 0 001 002.001
RCPT # 11503 BEG 262.5’ SW OF INT N LN SEC 20 & W R/W HWY 78 TH: CONT SW ALG W R/W 584.56’; NE 536.36’; TH: SE 339.23’ TO POB; D2005 PG 463 D2011 PG 846 S20 TT15S RR11E Tax & Cost 686.86 ADV $ 16.00 EDWARDSVILLE Tax $ 81.50 DRIGGERS DAVID LANCE PARCEL ID 10 04 20 0 002 001.003 RCPT # 11455 BEG 417’(S) SW OF INT E LN SEC 20 & S R/W HWY 78 TH: CONT SW ALG R/W 400’(D); E 100’(D); NE 400’(D); W 100’(D) TO POB; D2002 PG 2472 D2011 PG 846 S2 TT15S RR11E Tax & Cost 1005.81 ADV $16.00 EDWARDSVILLE Tax $111.70 DUNN HOLLY PARCEL ID 20 01 02 0 000 021.000 RCPT # 4747 COM INT S LN NE1/4 SW1/4 & E R/W HWY 431 TH: NW ALG R/W 255’ TO POB THN CONT NW ALG R/W 275’(S); NE 180’(S); SE 240’(S); SW TO POB DB 122 PG 424; DB 164 PG 800; FICHE 302A FRAME 1-2; D2002 PG 2327 S02 T17S R09E Tax & Cost 109.65 ADV $16.00 ERVIN JO ANN PARCEL ID 15 02 03 1 000 011.000 RCPT # 7608 COM 303’(S) SW OF INT N R/W SETTLEMENT RD & W R/W JOHNSON RD TH: NW 60’ TO POB; TH: CONT NW 105’; SW 89’; SE 105’; NE 89’ TO POB; DB 91 PG 134; D2001 PG 4089 S03 T16S R10E Tax & Cost 62.52 ADV $ 16.00 HEFLIN Tax $ 6.48 ERVIN JO ANN PARCEL ID 15 02 03 1 000 012.000 RCPT # 7606 COM AT INT OF N/S OF SETTLEMENT RD WITH W LN OFNE1/4 OF NE1/4 TH: N ALG N/S OF RD APP 250’ TOPOB; NE WITH RD 100’; NW 65’; SW 100’; SE 67’ TOPOB; DB 128 PG 672; DB 154 PG 184 S03 T16S R10E Tax & Cost 201.23 ADV $ 16.00 HEFLIN Tax $ 40.32 ERVIN JO ANN PARCEL ID 15 02 03 1 000 011.001 RCPT # 7607 COM 490’(S) SW OF INT N R/W SETTLEMENT RD & W R/W JOHNSON RD TH: NW 67’ TO POB TH: CONT NW 105’; NE 111’(S); SE 105’; SW 100’ TO POB; DB 164 PG 449 S03 T16S R10E Tax & Cost 59.56 ADV $ 16.00 HEFLIN Tax $ 6.96 FOMBY MARY JOYCE (LIFE EST) REM Y FOMBY; MISTY FOMBY; KRYSTAL PARCEL ID 15 02 03 4 001 010.002 RCPT # 7505 BEG ON THE N R/W OF SCHOOL DR 364’ E OF ITS INT ER/W OF HWY 78 TH: CONT E ALG SCHOOL DR 110’; N300’; W 63’; SW 49’; S TO POB DB 159 PG 718FICHE 70-E FRAME 6; FICHE 81-D FRAME 1; FICHE 81-EFRAME 1-4 S03 T16S R10E Tax & Cost 426.29 ADV $ 16.00 HEFLIN Tax $ 105.12 FOMBY MARY JOYCE (LIFE EST) REM: Y FOMBY; MISTY
FOMBY; KRYSTAL PARCEL ID 15 02 03 4 001 010.003 RCPT # 7504 BEG 747’ S & 572.72’ W OF THE NE COR NW1/4 SE1/4TH: SW 138.14’; SW 98.45’; NE 227’; E 46’ TO POBOR005 PG 84-85 S03 T16S R10E Tax & Cost 39.17 ADV $ 16.00 HEFLIN Tax $ 2.16 HAGAN JESSIE J (LIFE ESTATE) REM: LINDSEY BETH HAGAN PARCEL ID 11 06 23 0 000 004.009 RCPT # 10022 BEG 288.67’ NW OF INT N R/W CO RD 285 & W R/W CO RD 485; TH: N 365’(S); W 150’; S 316.98’ TO N R/W CO RD #285; TH: SE ALG N R/W 150’ TO POB D2007 PG 244; D2011 PG 1620 S23 TT15S RR12E Tax & Cost 255.88 ADV $16.00 HANVEY VICKIE PAMELA & JOHN WE PARCEL ID 21 01 02 0 000 006.001 RCPT # 3778 BEG AT INT OF N R/W CO RD 19 & W LN NE1/4 OF SW1/4; TH: SE ALG R/W 315’; N 210’; NW 315’; S 210’;TO POB; DB 150 PG 716; FICHE 349A FRAME 3-4 S02 T17S R10E Tax & Cost 198.45 ADV $16.00 HAZEL ROBERT C & EUGENIA L 1/2 INT & DENNIS HAZEL 1/2 INT PARCEL ID 10 04 20 0 001 023.000 RCPT # 11470 BEG 633’(S) NW OF INT N R/W HWY 78 & W R/W JACKSONVILLE ST TH; SW 121.64’; NW 184.90’ TO INT S R/W CEMETERY ST TH: NE ALG S R/W 120.02’ TO INT WITH W R/W JACKSONVILLE ST; TH: SE ALG W R/W 171.20’ TO POB DB 160 PG 129; FICHE 143-G FRAME 6,8-9 D2006 PG 2635 D2008 PG 1914-1917 S20 TT15S RR11E Tax & Cost 105.76 ADV $ 16.00 EDWARDSVILLE Tax $ 8.10 HEAD KEITH PARCEL ID 23 09 29 0 000 005.002 RCPT # 473 BEG 614.95’ NE OF INT N R/W CO RD 10 & S LN SW1/4 NW1/4 TH: NE ALG FENCE LN 867.29’ TO ITS INT WITH N R/W CO RD 10; TH: SW ALG N R/W 727.64’ TO POB; PB 4 PG 335; DB 167 PG 101; F30E FRAME 13-14; D1999 PG 1377; D1999 PG 1378; PB 4 PG 335; D2005 PG 2086 D2007 PG 176; D2011 PG 1256 S29 TT17S RR12E Tax & Cost 150.44 ADV $ 16.00 HERRELL LINDY & CINDY PARCEL ID 22 01 12 0 000 018.000 RCPT # 2573 PB 4 PG 467; BEG 214.96’ E OF SW COR SE1/4 NE1/4; TH: N 861.46’ TO S R/W CO RD 682; TH: NE ALG S R/W 743.82’ TH: SE 371.74’; NE 69.81’; SE 273.73’ TO E LN SEC 12; TH: S ALG E SEC LN 547.50’ TO SE COR SE1/4 NE1/4; TH: W 1099.13’ TO POB; DB 163 PG 416; FICHE 321E FRAME 2; D1997 PG 2 S12 T17S R11E Tax & Cost 707.36 ADV $16.00 HILL FRANCIS PARCEL ID 15 02 03 3 000 008.000 RCPT # 7553 BEG 285’ NE OF INT OF N R/W OF
OXFORD ST WITH WLN OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4 ON N R/W TH: NE WITH 105’;NW 420’; SW 105’; SE 420’ TO POB DB 100PG 417 S03 T16S R10E Tax & Cost 178.71 ADV $ 16.00 HEFLIN Tax $ 33.84 HINDMAN RAY ROBERT & KAREN SUE PARCEL ID 13 06 23 0 000 004.000 RCPT # 9120 NE1/4 OF SE1/4 LESS A PARCEL BEG AT SE COR NE1/4 OF SE1/4 TH: N 725’(S); W TO R/W; S ALG R/W TO S LN NE1/4 OF SE1/4; E TO POB DB 138 PG 272 DB 168 PG 127; D2002 PG 720 D2007 PG 1195 S23 TT16S RR12E Tax & Cost 799.44 ADV $16.00 HOLT SHANNON T PARCEL ID 15 02 10 1 002 013.000 RCPT # 6881 BEG AT INT OF S R/W OF OWENS ST WITH W R/W OF THOMAS ST TH: S 140’; W 132.3’; N 69.7’ TO RD; NW 150’ TO POB DB 121 PG 676; FICHE 214A FRAME 5-9; D2002 PG 287 D2010 PG 1756 S10 TT16S RR10E Tax & Cost 173.61 ADV $ 16.00 HEFLIN Tax $ 32.64 HUGER JOHN C/O L H BRAZELTON PARCEL ID 19 06 23 0 000 001.000 RCPT # 4862 NE1/4 OF NE1/4 S23 T17S R08E Tax & Cost 99.29 ADV $16.00 HULSEY TRACY & KIMBERLY; YVONNE LAMINACK PARCEL ID 06 08 33 0 000 017.001 RCPT # 12909 BEG AT INT S R/W CO RD 69 AKA STATE LINE CHURCH RD & E LN SW1/4 SE1/4 TH: S ALG E LN 420’; NW 210’; N 420’; SE 210’ TO POB; D1997 PG 0147; D1998 PG 447; D1998 PG 446; D2002 PG 184; D2002 PG 536 D2009 PG 142 S33 TT14S RR12E Tax & Cost 143.51 ADV $16.00 H U T C H I S O N RICHARD DARRELL & ROBBIE LYNN PARCEL ID 11 02 03 0 000 004.014 RCPT # 10680 COM 659’(S) NW OF INT S R/W CO RD #69 & W R/W CO RD #76 TH: SW 122.94’ TO POB TH: CONT SW 176’; SE 122.99’; NE 176’; NW 122.99’ TO POB D2008 PG 542 D2011 PG 464; D2012 PG 343 S0 TT15S RR12E Tax & Cost 219.70 ADV $ 16.00 JOHNSON MARILYN SUE & BARRON PARCEL ID 21 07 36 0 000 014.000 RCPT # 2972 BEG AT INT W R/W CO RD 19 & S LN SEC 36; TH: W ALG S SEC LN 351’; NW 351’; SE 416’(S) TO W R/W CO RD 19; TH: SE ALG R/W 210’ TO POB; DB 110 PG 11; DB 168 PG 34; D1998 PG 847; LESS A PAR BEG AT INT W R/W CO RD 19 & S LN SEC 36 TH: W 351’; NW 210’; E 351’; SE 210’ TO POB S36 T17S R10E Tax & Cost 48.85 ADV $ 16.00 JOHNSON STEPHANIE PARCEL ID 20 02 10 0 000 011.000 RCPT # 4503 SE COR OF SEC DB 158 PG 778; LESS A PAR BEG 121’(S) E OF SW COR SE1/4 SE1/4 TH: NE 190.57’; NE 122.64’; NE 68.25’; SE
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“It feels like St. Patrick’s, with all the green,” said Tonya Austin, who was there to run with some co-workers from Mount Cheaha Dental
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County High School came to the race together for one of their Biggest Loser Club activities. Some, like Jodie Thompson and her daughter, Maggie Thompson, were running for the first time. They were both sporting green hair extensions in their ponytails along with their T-shirts. It’s a healthy way to spend the holiday weekend, Jodie Thompson said. “It’s always fun to get around people and have fun,” Thompson said. At 10 a.m., registration for the Pet Parade kicked off and Small Town Bank’s parking lot was soon swarming with pets, many in their St. Patrick’s Day regalia. A Nubian goat named Thomas was getting a coat of water-based green paint for his first parade. Nearby was the bow that would complete his parade costume. “He was a rescue,” said Lesa Kirby. Her daughter, 11-year-old Hailie Kirby, raised the goat and wanted to bring him to the parade, she said. Nearby, her daughter Ashley White was painting the family’s service dog, Mater, with green paint. White’s daughter, 3-year-old Brianna Shuman, was planning to lead Mater in the parade. Jennifer Rios of Heflin had already dressed her Maltese-shih tzu mix for the parade. Daisy was celebrating her first parade in a colorful dress. “We’re going for best-dressed today,” Rios said. Rios said she appreciates Heflin’s unique St. Patrick’s Day celebration. “We’re a small town in a small county,” Rios said. “It’s nice to do these small things to get everybody out.” Staff writer Laura Camper 256-463-2872. On Twitter @ LCamper_Star.
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