1. The National Park Service announced that the Special Resource Study (SRS) for the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail has officially been sent to Congress. The study highlights the beginning of this iconic trail at the Perry County Jail and also recognizes the importance of other important landmarks along the route such as Zion Church and Lincoln Normal School. We are proud to share this valuable information with Congress and continue our efforts to preserve and honor this historic trail.
  2. On Monday, December 11th the Black Belt Community Foundation held its 20th anniversary of the Black Belt Community Foundation (BBCF) with a Gala, Dr. Wilson, a native of the Black Belt region in Marengo County, was not only a distinguished guest but also a founding member of the BBCF who delivered the keynote address at the gala.

  1. Students at Francis Marion School learned that the Indians/Native Americans taught the Pilgrims how to build Teepees as a means of shelter. Ms. Walker built a Teepee for her students for their classroom environment!


  1. The WJUS AM 1310-94.3 FM Radio Stations celebrated its 73rd Radio Anniversary on Monday, December 11.