If you rely solely on the Lakeside Post for your local news, you’re missing a lot of stories.

The Post contains only a sampling of the stories that ran in the Advertiser-Gleam. If you didn’t see the Gleam last week, you might have missed these local stories:

  • Worker killed at Pilgrim’s Pride
  • Haley running for Auburn-Montgomery
  • Homecare group gets top rating
  • Booked at the county jail
  • Woman’s death under investigation in Arab
  • Marshall encourages church security teams
  • Absentee voting underway
  • Snead Community Choir starts Jan. 16
  • Asbury falls on road at Boaz
  • ‘Your will never regret doing the right thing’
  • Sex offender up for parole
  • Special exception granted for the church
  • Guide was there for the tournament
  • Coot contest going at South Sauty
  • Guide was there for disastrous tournament
  • These classes being offered at RSVP
  • Being needed best benefit of volunteering
  • DAR splits with Section Lions
  • 3 boats swamp during catfish tournament
  • January rainfall off to good start
  • Outdoors – The best venison dish ever
  • Nature – Alabama’s Bicentennial barcode project
  • A giant radish to start the new year
  • Fallen tree causes accident
  • Rives gets 20 year sentence on sex abuse
  • Between You & Me – Working on bucket list in 2020
  • Reese talks new Wildcat schedule
  • Parole hearing likely for Looney
  • Claysville
  • Beck named ‘Emerging Journalist’
  • Don’t commit ‘crape murder’
  • New art grad sets exhibit
  • Guardian program needs volunteers
  • Giant anchors deployed
  • Lakeview Eye Care now open
  • EAA breakfast
  • 22 traffic deaths over holidays
  • DAR hosting jr. high county tournament
  • Sims seeks District 3 seat
  • Henryville holding Super Bowl fundraiser
  • Zoning talks for wet/dry issue
  • Heater blamed in home fire
  • Scammed out of $200,000
  • Bald eagles by the numbers
  • Grant Council wants more Rec Center use
  • Board member talks school needs
  • January the magic time for deer hunting
  • Principal says new GHS will present opportunities
  • GHS girls work through tough stretch
  • Raulerson in running for bishop
  • Kids want ‘a fun place in Grant’
  • JSU dean’s list
  • Seeks more city historic protection
  • Sheriff ready to hire SROs
  • Sauger fishing still good
  • Several plead guilty in Criminal Court
  • Cell block work nears completion
  • Douglas overall record 8-7
  • Franciscan nuns enjoy lake retreat
  • A huge week for the Wildcats
  • DAR splits with North Jackson
  • Arrest made in Arab murder
  • Weather delays junior high tournament
  • One gets parole, one’s parole denied
  • Sheriff’s vehicles welcome at church
  • Blessing comes in serving others
  • Stanton makes case for new high school
  • PALS sets annual meeting
  • Big turnout for Sessions, Byrne

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