Campus COVID-19 protocols updated for spring semester

By Cady Inabinett  As the university starts its spring semester, COVID-19 cases continue to surge nationwide—fueled mainly by the spread of the omicron variant. This has caused the university to reinstate COVID-19 related protocols and precautions that had…

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Napier Hall closed for emergency maintenance

Updated on Jan. 25, 2022 at 1:50 p.m. to reflect new information. Updated on Jan. 25, 2022 at 3:41 to reflect new COVID-19 numbers for students isolating on campus. By Cady Inabinett University officials announced…

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City signs on to class action suit against…

By Cady Inabinett The Montevallo City council voted to join a class action lawsuit against Endo International—a pharmaceutical company that produces opioids—at their Dec. 28 meeting.  The state of Alabama filed a lawsuit against the manufacture over…

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City Council honors former Montevallo firefighter

By Cady Inabinett  The Montevallo City Council opened their Dec. 13 meeting with a proclamation honoring former Montevallo firefighter Matthew Durham.   Durham, who passed away Nov. 18, began working with the Montevallo Fire Department in 2000…

SGA hosts card and sock drive

by Cady Inabinett, News editor  SGA hosted a holiday card and sock drive event benefitting Columbiana Health and Rehabilitation, a nursing care home in Columbiana, on Dec. 1.  At the event, students were provided supplies, such as paper and markers, to make…

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Council passes truck traffic and no-parking ordinances

By Cady Inabinett The Montevallo City Council approved two new ordinances at their Nov. 8 meeting. Both were introduced at the group’s prior meeting on Oct. 25.  The first ordinance prohibits through-traffic for trucks on roads within city…