Librarian Chandler Dunaway just announced that starting this year, the library will begin staying open for student use until four p.m., Monday through Thursday. [Read more…]
Video games are a rich part of American culture and have played a part in our technological history. Here are the top five best-selling video games of all time. [Read more…]
Some people are just average when it comes to the Christmas tree decisions, and then there’s my mom. [Read more…]
Before the Special Olympics were held in Fairhope, Foley High School held a Pep Rally for our competing Athletes, organized by Jamie Millines. [Read more…]
Are you wanting to change the way you eat but yet still eat something that tastes good? Then turn your attention to spaghetti squash. Not only does it taste good, but it’s also a good substitution for pasta, with low calories and fat!
This is how you make it: [Read more…]
The Foley Police Department has been selected to host the 2017 USPCA National Police dog trials. This is an event that will bring K9s and their handlers from all over the country to the Foley community.
Foley High School is home to nearly two thousand students, several sports programs, and various clubs. That’s just a small part considering the 120 classroom courses the school offers. One man helps ensure teachers and students have the daily information and facts they need.
He helps Foley High School run smoothly.
His name is Mr. Marion Lee. [Read more…]
By Dulce Rosas
Although Valentine’s Day has passed and we’ve moved from February to March, I am a firm believer that those small acts of love should not go unnoticed.
Have you ever wondered how Valentine’s day actually started?
Unless you are big into skateboarding, you might never have heard of Dan Mancina.
Dan became blind several years ago because of an eye disease called RP or retinitis pigmentosa. It is a hereditary disease that slowly affects each person’s vision from the outside in. For Dan, he has not let this disease hold him back. [Read more…]