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Jemison finds confidence, defeats THS

The roles were reversed in the 2019 version of the North Chilton Clash with the Jemison Panthers being the team that ran away with the ... Read more

11 months ago by Anthony Richards.

New football coaches abound in 2019

We are only a week away from football starting up and there will be several new faces patrolling the sidelines during the 2019 season. Four ... Read more

12 months ago by Anthony Richards.

THS football partners with Dick’s Sporting Goods

This year’s football season marks the start of a new partnership between Thorsby High School and Dick’s Sporting Goods. As part of the relationship, Dicks ... Read more

12 months ago by Anthony Richards.

Three rivalries shine among county

With six public schools in the county, it leaves room for a lot of rivalries to be waged just about any time two of them ... Read more

1 year ago by Anthony Richards.

Must watch high school football games of 2019

Every football season there are certain games that make an impression when looking at the schedule. These are the games that players, coaches and fans ... Read more

1 year ago by Anthony Richards.

Scott earns golf all-star selection

It was the first time golf had been included as part of the AHSAA’s all-star sports week, and Jemison’s Gentry Scott made the cut. Scott ... Read more

1 year ago by Anthony Richards.

Thorsby’s Smith signs with CACC softball

Hannah Smith of Thorsby always knew that softball could provide an opportunity to play at the college level. That belief became a reality after she ... Read more

1 year ago by Anthony Richards.

Chamber hosts Coaches Corner

The Chilton County Chamber of Commerce hosted the Coaches Corner event on May 14. As the name implies, high school football coaches from around the ... Read more

1 year ago by Anthony Richards.

Wilson finds fit with Judson volleyball

Kyla Wilson signed to play volleyball at Judson College in Marion during a ceremony on the stage in the Jemison High School auditorium on May ... Read more

1 year ago by Anthony Richards.

Inaugural JLP Day raises scholarship money

Jessica Paschal’s memory lives on in the form of a scholarship that was recently created by the family in association with Jemison High School and ... Read more

1 year ago by Anthony Richards.

THS baseball looks the part in Round 1

Thorsby baseball handled its business with a pair of shutout victories against Horseshoe Bend in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs. The Rebels ... Read more

1 year ago by Anthony Richards.

Rebels baseball sweeps Fayetteville

Thorsby completed a season sweep against area rival Fayetteville with three wins in four days. With the victories, the Rebels improved to 20-3 and 7-0 ... Read more

1 year ago by Anthony Richards.

Jemison Spring Cleanup dates set

By JOYANNA LOVE/ Senior Staff Writer The City of Jemison will hold its annual Spring Cleanup April 22-26. City Administrator Shannon Welch said the city ... Read more

1 year ago by Joyanna Love.

Rebels stack up runs, sweep Verbena

Thorsby baseball continued its torrid run production of late, as the Rebels outscored Verbena 27-8 during a pair of wins on March 29. The Rebels ... Read more

1 year ago by Anthony Richards.

Fortner repeats as basketball player of the year

Christian Fortner continued his banner athletic year by being named the The Clanton Advertiser’s 2019 Boys Basketball Player of the Year. It was the second ... Read more

1 year ago by Anthony Richards.

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