Limestone County Radio Show 'Sick Call' Marks 65 Years
Nestled on the westside of AL-127 just north of Athens Alabama is a radio station, WKAC 1080 AM, that is now the home of a show called "Sick Call" that has been filling the airwaves for 65 years now. Many of the citizens of Limestone County Alabama make the program part of their daily regiment, as it airs every day but Sunday, tuning into to listen about their fellow citizens, local businesses, and events.
This early-bird morning show kicks off...
Athens Lions Club Kiddie Carnival 50 Year Legacy Includes New Rides for New Generations - UPDATED
For over 50 years, the Athens Lions Club has been serving the Limestone County Alabama community with their Summer seasonal attraction, the Athens-Lions Club Kiddie Carnival. Over the span of the last 50 years, the citizens of North Alabama and Southern Tennessee have come to enjoy the myriad of miniature carnival rides, concessions, bingo and most of all, making family memories at this cornerstone of the community that is ...
Elkmont Family and Farm Will 'Brand the Barn' This September
Maples Stock Farm has been operating continuously since February 1818 in Elkmont AL in the same family for over five generations.
They've weathered 200 years of agricultural ups and downs and now they're continuing to make a mark...
Athens-Limestone Tourism Offers Commemorative Bicentennial T-Shirts
Own a piece of the bicentennial! Athens-Limestone County Tourism is offering a limited number of Alabama 200-theme t-shirts commemorating the communities birthday.
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The Donnell House has been chosen as a prestigious PastPort site by the Alabama Bicentennial Commission. Special tours will be held every Tuesday from 10:00AM to 12:00PM and every Thursday from 2:00PM to 4:00PM through September at the historic home located at 601 South Clinton Street in Athens.
Built in 1845, it served as the headquarters for Union Colonel Ivan Turchin during the infamous Sack of Athens in 1862. No admission is charged, but donations are appreciated.
For more information, call (239) 249-2211.