MORRIS — The Morris Fire Department has received almost $10,000 in grants. One is a federal Assistance to Firefighters grant for $4,147 to be used for 25 Alabama firefighter handbooks, 25 study guides, two instructor manuals and a training mannequin. The other is a $4,967.95 grant from the Cawaco Resource Conservation and Development Council, to be used for hoses and nozzles.
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Gardendale schools get proceeds from closing of legislative delegation office
Joe Knight and Mike Miles were wearing big smiles, and carrying a little envelope with a big check.
Kathy Murray is appointed principal at Snow Rogers Elementary
Another local school principal’s position has been filled.
NJN/am for Tuesday, July 22
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Police Blotter for July 7-13, 2014
Incident and arrest reports were provided by north Jefferson County police agencies for July 7-13.
West Blount Fire and Rescue seeks to form district to overcome money woes
The chance of having firefighters respond to a call in west Blount County is the same chance one gets with the toss of a coin.
NJN/am for Monday, July 21
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Argument turns into shooting near Morris; one person critically injured
A fight between a man and his girlfriend's brother erupted into a shooting incident that left one of the men in critical condition.
Bachus announces grant to help Kimberly Fire Department replace gear lost in tornado
Retiring Congressman Spencer Bachus (R-Vestavia Hills) has announced a grant award to help the Kimberly Fire Department recover from the April tornado that destroyed its firehouse.
Looking for something to do this summer? North Jefferson has plenty in store
North Jefferson County is the site of several events this summer that provide entertainment for people of all ages.
NJN/am for Friday, July 18
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