Elderly man nearly decapitated in machete attack in Tooson Town
Victim survives cutting, being shot twice in attack by registered sex offender
Dump truck accident knocks out utilities to parts of Moundville last Tuesday
At Greensboro City Council meeting
Council hears two proposals for downtown alcohol
D.A. Jackson hosts West Point cadets during Civil Rights Tour
At Hale County Commission meeting
New County Engineer busy playing catch-up with road, bridge projects
Hillcrest Walmart Neighborhood Market not going to happen
Truck recovered from Black Warrior River
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When the University of West Alabama welcomed the first cohort of the Black Belt Teacher Corps in 2017, the goal was to create a strong group of teacher-leaders who would bring excellence in teaching and education to the rural communities of the Black Belt Region. As part of each Teacher Corps scholarship, students are provided with a $1,000 grant to support a school-based service project in their school communities. We recently received updates from several students, and are pleased to share the stories of their service grants with you below. We are proud of what these young leaders have accomplished in their communities in such a short amount of time, and can’t wait to see the impacts they will continue to have for years to come! Read more at http://ruralschoolscollaborative.org/stories/black-belt-teacher-corps-students-make-an-impact-through-service