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Opelika Clock Shop and Museum

John Hendricks first noticed the Opelika Gingerbread house in a newspaper article back in the 1970s. He made a comment to his wife that someone should buy it. He put that article away…

Montgomery to Open New Skate Park and Swimming Pool

According to a City of Montgomery press release, the city announced today that it is building a new skate park and completed renovations on a swimming pool for public use on 14 acres of vacant city-owned property near Gunter Annex.…

The Dee Armstrong Show 04-28-17

Madeleine Davis, Rebecca Harris, and Dee continue their discussion about legendary blues singer, Ma Rainey and the upcoming 2nd Annual Ma Rainey International Blues Festival.

The Dee Armstrong Show 04-28-17

Madeleine Davis joins Dee and Rebecca Harris to talk about the upcoming 2nd Annual Ma Rainey International Blues Festival and Blues Jam Session coming to Columbus on April 29th.

Thousands to Clean the Nation's Parks in April

If you learn best by being hands on, you will have quite a history lesson Saturday, April 1, if you participate in national Park Day. Our country has 130 historic sites in 30 states including Historic Civil War Prisoner Camp…

Students make History come alive at Northside Intermediate

Opelika, Al— Northside Elementary School fifth graders made history come alive today. Students were tasked with choosing a prominent leader of the past and making their story come to life. Parents, teachers and…

The Dee Armstrong Show 02-09-17

Dee sheds light on a few key figures that helped shaped black history and also talks about the importance of black history month.