Looking back at the deadly Moore tornado of 2013

On May 20th, 2013, the Oklahoma City area dealt with a deadly severe weather situation. A severe storm produced a major tornado in the city of Moore, a city that had been struck by another tornado back in May of 1999.

Festival on the River

Dates: April 27th-29th Location: River Junction in Geneva Price: Adults - $10.00 Students - $5.00

The Higher Experience Crusade Tour

Date and Time: April 25th at 7:00 P.M. Location: Hines Chapel 912 Dellwood Avenue, Dothan, Alabama Price: FREE

Media vs. Elected Officials Softball Game this weekend

The 10th annual Media vs Elected Officials Softball Game is Saturday, April 28th, at Colby Bottoms Field. Admission is a donation for the Wiregrass Area Food Bank.

Mother & Son Dance

Tickets are on sale now for Dothan Leisure Services Mother & Son Dance. Itll be Friday, May 11, at Wiregrass Rehabilitation Centers Rotary Hall from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 per couple and $5 for additional children. The deadline to buy tickets is Friday, May 4. Theyre available at all city recreation centers, Rose Hill Senior Center, and the Leisure Services office in the Dothan Civic Center. Proceeds benefit the local Special Olympics.

Supehero 5K

The exchange Center for Child Abuse Prevention wants you to join them for their largest fundraising event. Inflatables, food, games, and FREE fun!

 

Sports Headlines

Updated: 04/23/2018 - Alabama softball won its weekend finale against Tennessee Monday night at Rhoads Stadium, shutting out the Lady Vols, 4-0.

Updated: 04/23/2018 - The 2018 Hardee's Pro Classic ended and is now preparing for next year

Updated: 04/23/2018 - The finals of the Hardee's Pro Classic did not disappoint as the tournament's 4-seed and 5-seed squared off in the finals

Updated: 04/22/2018 - Andrew Landry won the Valero Texas Open on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory, pulling away with early birdies and holding on with par saves.
Posted: 04/18/2018 - Chipola College Athletics on April 17 hosted a signing ceremony for 12 student-athletes who signed with four-year colleges and universities.