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Top Stories for April 16, 2014

Sewell visits Lisman

By Ashley B. Downig
Sun-Advocate Editor
LISMAN -- A crowd gathered at Lisman Municipal Complex on Tuesday,
April 15th, to hear Congresswoman
Rep. Terri A. Sewell (D) give congressional updates on legislative actions and how those actions affect Alabama's 7th District.

Concerned Citizens Group to provide voters with information about Unit System ballot referendum

By Dee Ann Campbell
Sun-Advocate Publisher

GILBERTOWN – “We need to make sure the voters understand what this is when they read it on their ballot,” John A. Boney told a group of local residents who gathered at the Gilbertown Volunteer Fire Department building last Thursday evening.

The meeting was the first in what is
planned to be a series of meetings by the Concerned Citizens’ Group in the coming weeks, in an effort to provide information in support of the Unit System referendum that will be on the June primary ballot.

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Accident at Naheola Mill claims life

By Dee Ann Campbell
and Ashley B. Downing
The Choctaw Sun-Advocate
NAHEOLA -- A contractor working on site at Georgia Pacific’s Naheola mill lost his life in an industrial accident that occurred at just after noon on Tuesday.
The accident involved an employee of S & S Sprinkler Company of Mobile, who was working to install a sprinkler system at the facility.

Whitted Road residents seek help with road issues

By Dee Ann Campbell
Sun-Advocate Publisher

BUTLER — “Sometimes we feel like we are held hostage here,” Ella Whitted said as she sat in her home down Whitted Road last Sunday afternoon.

The only residents along the dirt road just outside of Butler where their mobile home stands, Ella and her husband Grady say that they have been dealing with road issues for many years and that the problems have often hindered their ability to live their lives as others do.

Gilbertown to get 70% grant for sewer system

By Dee Ann Campbell
Sun-Advocate Publisher

GILBERTOWN – The Town of Gilbertown is one giant step closer to gaining a sewer system, thanks to a substantial grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

Mayor Bobby Graham told his town council on Monday evening that the USDA would be providing a 70% grant for $4.65 million, with another two million coming in the form of a USDA loan.

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