Sunday, January 22, 2017

A New Day/Christopher Kilpatrick

The Shoals is fortunate to have new leadership in several towns. We believe Florence and Tuscumbia in particular are on the verge of great things…or at least better things.

We’re especially happy to see Steve Holt, Kaytrina Simmons, and Michelle Eubanks keeping the channels of communication open in Florence. Let’s hope others follow their example.

District One councilwoman Simmons is holding a meeting for her constituents:

Date: Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Time: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Location: UNA-Commons Building-room 330 (Main entrance of University near the fountain-it’s the building to the left of Parking lot.) Aderholt Drive.

Please come out so we can meet and share your thoughts and what you would like to see for District 1. If you have anything you would like to know please feel free to contact me in advance and I will try to have you an answer at the meeting. I want to hear from YOU!

I can be reached via the following:

Refreshments will be served!

Council Member,
Kaytrina P.Simmons

Please share so District 1 Constituents will be notified.

We look forward to reporting on concerns for this district and how the city will be handling them.


Great news: The Colbert County Courthouse metal detector will be moved from the lobby to the foyer! Snicker. Eye roll. More snickers. Sorry, but that’s what the TD’s Russ Corey said. Our friend Judge Daniel Rosser should put in for hazardous duty pay.


Christopher Wayne Kilpatrick is currently accused of attempting to murder a Florence police officer. Was he trying to take out some correction officers as well?

Not all law enforcement officers are perfect, but our sympathies and concerns are always with them. Unless we’ve worked in law enforcement, we’ll never know what they face on a daily basis.

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