HAMILTON, AL Public Notice 01-18-11
Public Notice - Notice is hereby given of a public hearing to occur on 01-18-11 at Hamilton City Hall at 6:00 PM the purpose of which is to hear public comments regarding an ordinance to adopt a zoning map for the City of Hamilton.
Click here for more info...
Draft Zoning Map
Draft Zoning Ordinance
January 17, 2011
Alabama has a brand new Governor tonight. Robert Bentley was sworn in today in Montgomery, Alabama as Alabama's 53rd governor.
In his Inaugural speech, Governor Bentley again promised to keep his word that he would not accept a salary until Alabama is fully employed.
EARLY MORNING FIRE
Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011
HAMILTON - Early morning fire claims the life of two Hamilton residents and leaves two in critical condition in two Birmingham hospitals.
Devon Sellman, age 16, and Landon Sellman, age 6,
lost their lives in the blaze. Niel Sellman, age 43, and Ashton Sellman,
age 12, were transported to Birmingham hospitals in critical condition.
Elaine Rosenburg escaped the fire with few injuries and has been
released from the hospital.
A candle light vigil is planned for Wednesday, January 19 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm in front of the Sellman home located at 335 4th Ave SW, Hamilton, AL.
HAMILTON - Early morning fire claims the life of two Hamilton residents and leaves two in critical condition in two Birmingham hospitals. Devon Sellman, age 16, and Landon Sellman, age 6, lost their lives in the blaze. Niel Sellman, age 43, and Ashton Sellman, age 12, were transported to Birmingham hospitals in critical condition. Elaine Rosenburg escaped the fire with few injuries and has been released from the hospital.
Visitation, 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., Saturday, January 22, 2011, at the Hamilton First Baptist Church in Hamilton, AL. Funeral service, 2:00 p.m., following visitation at the Church. Burial in Gravel Springs Cemetery. Click Here for Facebook Page for Vigil
Monday, January 31, 2011 Hamilton, AL
Groundhog Day 2011 To Bring More Harsh
Monday, January 31st, 2011 | Hot Trends
Hot News Related – Punxsutawney Phil
Groundhog Day 2011 is on its way on Wednesday, February 2, 2011. Once Groundhog Day 2011 arrives, the whole world will know how much winter is left to come. Given the intense snowstorms this year, most of the Northeast is already sick and tired of winter. At this point, they may have already started praying to Punxsutawney Phil in hopes that he doesn’t see his shadow. But given the weather to come on Groundhog Day, even praying might not stop winter from staying for six more weeks.MORE HERE ON Punxsutawney Phil
GOBBLER'S KNOB, Punxsutawney, PA -- The bucktoothed rodent known in these parts as Punxsutawney Phil failed to see his shadow this morning, which means, if you believe in this sort of thing, winter will be short and pleasant springtime weather is right around the corner!
Hamilton, AL. - During the recent snow in Hamilton, Alabama, I came across these tracks in the yard. I couldn't resist sharing these with my readers.
If you double click on the picture, you will find that one set of tracks belong to a bird and the other set belongs to a cat! If you will do the same for the one below, you will see the Cat tracks ambling on along around the back house.
It just seemed odd that we look at our yards every day and take for granted the little animals that come and go across them.
Just think how the paths cross but neither the cat nor the bird seemed to be aware of the other. Of course, they didn't happen at the same point in time...or the inevitable would have happened...the cat would have had a meal and we would have found feathers instead of tracks!
They both walked away, the feral Cat on the hunt, and the two birds as well. (Their tracts differ, one hops and one runs, putting one foot ahead of the other.)
Each oblivious of the other. I can tell this because the tracks of the Cat never waver, they just proceed along the edge of the house and casually turn to the left around the house.
I thought, "this was a happy ending!" I hope you thought so too!
Judy Webb Mays email@example.com
Hamilton, AL - This was the former site of our National Guard Armory in Hamilton. If you look to the left of the picture, (Double Click) you will see the Flagpole, which stands by the walkway, is empty now and the building is gone, demolished by men and machines.
One of, if not the oldest National Guard Armory buildings in the state has been demolished. It is a sad day for most Hamiltonians and others too who came from different parts of Alabama to serve in this building.
I do not claim to be much of a writer but I can only say how I feel about this situation.
It has only been a few months since we rushed up to the Armory to help welcome home our Soldiers who had come back after being gone for so long. That was a happy day!
There have been many more days like that, where loved ones who remained at home had rushed to the Armory to welcome home troops who had been in foreign lands for too long...But now, our Armory is gone and all we have left is memories.
I am sure there are some who remember having their Prom there (because we didn't have even one Gym back then). There were also birthday parties and dances and many more good times there.
If you are reading this and you have memories or pictures you want to share, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
February 27, 2011
Birmingham, AL - Bomb Squad called in for suspicious package Sunday! Airport shut down and evacuated.
All is back to normal on Monday, February 28th as we went to pick someone up at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth Airport.
Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
Tyna Pyburn - NW Alabama Arts Council - Jerry Brown Art's Festival
Glinda Cochran - Marion County Cancer Society - Relay for Life Event
1. Recommendation to approve Minutes from
ART AT THE AIRPORT FOR
JERRY BROWN ARTS FESTIVAL
Hamilton, Ala. – The popular Jerry Brown Arts Festival in its ninth year will have a new uniqueness to it. In addition to the 65 artists who have been selected to participate, this year’s festival will take place inside the newly renovated airport hangar at the Marion County Airport, 550 Airport Road in Hamilton, on Friday and Saturday, March 5 and 6.
2011_1 News Archive
HAMILTON, AL Public Notice
4/27/2011CLICK HERE TO VIEW PHIL CAMPBELL TORNADO VIDEOFootage of the Phil Campbell Tornado
2011 REP. MIKE MILLICAN ARCHIVES
Copyright © 2006 - 2011 | 49 County News.Net |
All rights reserved. |
News & Sales Phone: (205) 282 - 9212 Fax: (205) 921 - 2573 Hamilton, AL 35570 Contact Webmaster