LATEST LOCAL NEWS OF ALTOONA ALABAMA

  • Israeli PM warns of prolonged campaign in Gaza war Gaza's Interior Ministry spokesman Eyad al-Bozum said he believes that shrapnel found in dead bodies and in the wounded is evidence of Israel's role in the incident. "The occupation claims that Palestinian rockets hit the hospital and the park," he said.
  • Mobile voter unit to stop in Altoona The Alabama Secretary of State’s mobile voter ID unit will return to Etowah County as part of a new round of stops across the state. The unit will be at the Altoona Community Center, 3680 Main St., from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 19. A photo ID is now ...
  • Margaret L. Whaley, ALTOONA, Ala. Margaret L. Whaley, 90, of Altoona, Alabama, formerly of Johnson City, died Friday, June 13, 2014 at the Altoona Health and Rehab. She was a native of Johnson City, daughter of the late Walter K. and Nellie Wright Brimer. Margaret was a retired clerk for ...
  • 'Dukes of Hazzard's' Catherine Bach to appear at Altoona Day 2014's salute to 1984 Saturday ALTOONA, Alabama -- Nostalgic for the eighties? This Saturday Altoona Day will feature a salute to the year 1984, with two television stars of the era. "The Dukes of Hazard's" Catherine Bach, known as Daisy Duke, and John Voldstad, the "other brother ...
  • Altoona man arrested on burglary, theft charges GADSDEN, Alabama --Etowah County authorities have arrested an Altoona man in connection with stolen property. Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin said in a news release that David Austin Chaviers, 19, is out on $7,500 bond from the Etowah County Jail.
  • Big Al among participants announced for Altoona Christmas Parade set for Dec. 6 ALTOONA, Alabama -- Altoona's 2013 Christmas Parade is set for Friday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. The parade, named one of the state's top parades by the Department of Tourism, will feature floats, bands, classic cars, costumed characters and mascots, including the ...
  • Altoona's Cumarindine ointment making a comeback next month ALTOONA, Alabama --- In parts of the South and beyond, there are still people who swear by Cumarindine, the burn treatment born and made in Altoona. Sold in white jars, the product advertised itself as good for burns, ulcers, skin abrasions, shingles ...
  • Israeli PM warns of prolonged campaign in Gaza war Gaza's Interior Ministry spokesman Eyad al-Bozum said he believes that shrapnel found in dead bodies and in the wounded is evidence of Israel's role in the incident. "The occupation claims that Palestinian rockets hit the hospital and the park," he said.
  • Mobile voter unit to stop in Altoona The Alabama Secretary of State’s mobile voter ID unit will return to Etowah County as part of a new round of stops across the state. The unit will be at the Altoona Community Center, 3680 Main St., from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 19. A photo ID is now ...
  • Margaret L. Whaley, ALTOONA, Ala. Margaret L. Whaley, 90, of Altoona, Alabama, formerly of Johnson City, died Friday, June 13, 2014 at the Altoona Health and Rehab. She was a native of Johnson City, daughter of the late Walter K. and Nellie Wright Brimer. Margaret was a retired clerk for ...
  • 'Dukes of Hazzard's' Catherine Bach to appear at Altoona Day 2014's salute to 1984 Saturday ALTOONA, Alabama -- Nostalgic for the eighties? This Saturday Altoona Day will feature a salute to the year 1984, with two television stars of the era. "The Dukes of Hazard's" Catherine Bach, known as Daisy Duke, and John Voldstad, the "other brother ...
  • Altoona man arrested on burglary, theft charges GADSDEN, Alabama --Etowah County authorities have arrested an Altoona man in connection with stolen property. Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin said in a news release that David Austin Chaviers, 19, is out on $7,500 bond from the Etowah County Jail.
  • Big Al among participants announced for Altoona Christmas Parade set for Dec. 6 ALTOONA, Alabama -- Altoona's 2013 Christmas Parade is set for Friday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. The parade, named one of the state's top parades by the Department of Tourism, will feature floats, bands, classic cars, costumed characters and mascots, including the ...
  • Altoona's Cumarindine ointment making a comeback next month ALTOONA, Alabama --- In parts of the South and beyond, there are still people who swear by Cumarindine, the burn treatment born and made in Altoona. Sold in white jars, the product advertised itself as good for burns, ulcers, skin abrasions, shingles ...

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