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All Demopolis City Schools closed September 16th

Due to the potential threat of flooding and high winds from Hurricane Sally, all Demopolis City Schools will be closed on Wednesday, September 16th. This ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

USJ names September Students of the Month

Each month USJ will be honoring a Student of the Month (or two) chosen from each classroom. These students exemplify leadership qualities both inside and outside the classroom.  Bryce Meadows, Davis Allgood, Aidan Burns, Martin Mata, ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

Demopolis Tigers stomp Sipsey Valley Bears, 41-8

The Demopolis Tigers had no trouble defeating the visiting Sipsey Valley Bears. They scored the majority of their points in the first half of the ... Read more

1 month ago by Andrea Burroughs.

New program coming for children to cope with depression, stress

  A former Demopolis native is bringing a new chapter of her organization, A Friend of Mind, to the Black Belt area with their first ... Read more

2 months ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Sweet Water rolls over Marengo

The Sweet Water Bulldogs had no problems against the Marengo Panthers Friday night, winning 35-8. The Bulldogs scored first when Jaland Lewis Horton ran the ... Read more

2 months ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Fourth quarter rally lifts Tigers over Falcons

After a long, hard-fought battle against the Central-Tuscaloosa Falcons, the Demopolis Tigers came out on top with a 40-24 win. Neither team scored until the ... Read more

2 months ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Demopolis Tigers improve to 2-0

The Demopolis Tigers improved to 2-0 on the season with a 34-14 win over the McAdory Yellowjackets. After a scoreless first quarter, Demopolis struck first ... Read more

2 months ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Demopolis in run-off, Linden elects new mayor

Demopolis voters will return to the polls for run-off municipal elections between Aliquippa Allen and Woody Collins for mayor on October 6. A run-off election ... Read more

2 months ago by Andrea Burroughs.

DCSS purchases property near DHS

Property was previously being considered for apartment complex The Demopolis City School Board has recently purchased 6.92 acres of land near Demopolis High School. The ... Read more

2 months ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Linden’s Mary Green celebrates 100 years

Linden resident Mary Green turned 100 years old on Thursday, August 6, and celebrated the day with her family and the staff at Marengo Nursing ... Read more

2 months ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Mayoral candidates address voters at DACC forum

The candidates for mayor and city council in the City of Demopolis stated their positions to voters Tuesday night during the Demopolis Area Chamber of ... Read more

2 months ago by Robert Blankenship.

SAFETY FIRST: WestRock takes safety standards to new heights

A group of employees at WestRock plant in Demopolis has been recognized for their efforts in creating a safer work environment. The Pulp and Paper ... Read more

2 months ago by Robert Blankenship.

Paving projects to begin in Demopolis

The Demopolis City Council approved a bid that will allow for repaving projects across the city. During a call-in meeting Thursday, the council approved a ... Read more

3 months ago by Robert Blankenship.

Linden prepares for city election, August 25

Residents of Linden will go to the polls to vote on city leadership positions August 25. Incumbent mayor Charles Moore will face a challenge from ... Read more

3 months ago by Robert Blankenship.

Demopolis Building Department improves ISO rating

The Demopolis Building Department has made a big improvement in its Building Code Effectiveness Grading Classification (BCEGC). According to Julius Rembert, Building Official, the City ... Read more

3 months ago by Staff Reports.

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