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Shelby Chamber Connections Lunch

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Attendees of Wednesday's luncheon heard from Deputy Secretary of Commerce Ed Castile. Read more

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Chelsea City Council March 19

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At Tuesday night's Chelsea City Council Meeting, Scott Weygand was unanimously voted as the new mayor pro-tempore by his fellow council members. Read more

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Tony Picklesimer and Bart Pettus

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At Coffee with the Mayor on Tuesday, Mayor Tony Picklesimer announced Bart Pettus as the city's new Parks & Recreation director. Read more

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The city of Chelsea is partnering with the Chelsea Business Alliance to implement a "Why Chelsea?" campaign to let people know what Chelsea is all about as a fast-growing city. Read more

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Alex Dudchock, who has been county manager over 26 years, plans to retire in 2020. Read more

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Chris Grace

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Chris Grace was approved for Place 3 on the Chelsea City Council tonight. Read more

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Shelby Chamber Connections Luncheon March 7

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Neika Nix of STVHS discussed ways to be healthy at the Shelby Chamber Connections Luncheon on March 7. Read more

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After serving on the council for over six years, Ingram vacated his position before an upcoming move out of the city limits. By Leah Ingram Eagle Read more

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The prescribed burns will take place in two locations inside the park: approximately 168 acres near the upper fishing lakes and approximately 130 acres near the campground. Read more

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State of Our Communities luncheon 2019

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Chamber President Kirk Mancer introduced the program where “all municipalities in Shelby County were invited to share their thoughts on their respective communities.” Read more

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Photo by Leah Ingram Eagle.

The evening included awards, a guest speaker and remembrance of former members, with a crowd of Chelsea first responders and deputies along with Montgomery VIPS and Police Sgt. Yulanda Nichols. Read more

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Shelby County Commission

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The temporary light already in place has helped ease traffic flow at the intersection. Read more

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Oak Mountain State Park Naturalist Lauren Muncher was surprised how quickly a workshop on tree ring printing filled up with interested people. Read more

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Photos courtesy of Rosati’s Chicago Pizza.

Lee Branch will soon be home to the first Rosati’s Chicago Pizza in the state. Read more

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Chelsea City Council

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The overlay district includes about 933 acres in Chelsea that front either highway or are on frontage roads abutting the highways. Read more

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The population count will take place from January to April 2020 and delivered by Dec. 31, 2020. Counts will be released for redistricting by April 1, 2021. Read more

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Chelsea Middle School basketball team

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The agreement will become effective as soon as it is signed and comes with a 10-year term, with both parties having the option to renew at the end. Read more

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Interstellar Ginger Beer and Exploration Company has two firsts to its name: the first brewery to open in Shelby County, and the first in the area to serve only ginger beer. Read more

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Every Tuesday and Thursday, you can find Copeland Pace playing bingo at the Heardmont Senior Center. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Mike Vest.

Mike Vest has been an avid mountain biker for six years. Although he’s had wrecks in the past, nothing came close to the one he had the evening of Aug. 6. Read more

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