Governor Kay Ivey and State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris announced Friday, March 27, new public safety orders for the State of Alabama that will go into effect as of 5 p.m. Saturday, March 28, and will remain in effect until 5 p.m. Friday, April 17th.
On a night celebrating the seniors, the Elba High School Varsity Baseball program held an intrasquad game Monday night, March 16. With all the uncertainties currently due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, this was a fun evening for the baseball team members, coaches and their families.
The Coffee County and Kinston 10U all star teams competed Tuesday night, June 18, for the District 9 Division II district championship. The Coffee County team came out on top 10-6 and will now compete in the state Dixie Youth Division II tournament, beginning July 12th.
The 2019 Spring Foggy Bottom Cruisin’ Car Show on the Square in Elba, was a huge success Saturday, March 2, by any measuring stick. The car owners enjoyed showing off their vehicles and talking with other like-minded car enthusiasts and with the area citizens who turned out to view the vehic…
Elba United Methodist pastor, Rev. Steve Reneau, offered a prayer Friday morning, March 1, for all first responders during a special ceremony held in Elba in remembrance of the late Coffee County Sheriff C.F. "Neil" Grantham. His prayer also gave thanks for Grantham and his service.
The church bells at Elba United Methodist Church rang this morning, Friday, March 1, at 6:45 a.m., in memory of Coffee County Sheriff C.F. "Neil" Grantham. The Sheriff was shot and killed this day 40 years ago by Billy Joe Magwood.