Lynn's only bank to close

The Lynn branch of BankFirst, pictured above, will be closing its doors on December 31.
LYNN - Lynn town officials and residents have expressed a good deal of concern, after receiving a 90-day notice that their branch of BankFirst will be permanently closing at the end of the business day Dec. 31.

Highway 13 wreck fatal

LYNN - A two-vehicle crash that occurred at approximately 1:28 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13, has claimed the life of a Winfield teen.

The 19-year-old was fatally injured when the 2012 Chevrolet Cruz he was driving crossed the center line and collided with a 2012 Freightliner, driven by Brandon Lindsey, 31, of Blakely, Ga. The 19-year-old was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Alsup new LES principal; Farris promoted to principal job at LHS

Brad Alsup, above left, is the new Lynn Elementary School principal. Daniel Farris, above right, is the new Lynn High School principal.
LYNN - A complete turnover in administration at Lynn Schools has resulted in Brad Alsup as the new elementary principal and the transfer of Daniel Farris to high school principal from the assistant’s role.

Fire dues to be integrated with Lynn’s water bills

Lynn Town Clerk Marcia Manasco, standing, and Kris Gray, water clerk, check a water bill with the RVS software used by the town. Fire dues will be included on water bills beginning in January. Water customers may opt out by calling or stopping by Lynn Town Hall.
LYNN - The Town of Lynn has decided to make a change to customers’ water bills using an idea from a neighboring town. The Lynn Town Council decided at their meeting on Monday, June 21, to integrate fire department dues with residents’ water bills.

Lynn launches new website

LYNN - When the World Wide Web and the “Information Super Highway” sped off in 1995, domain names were being purchased by the thousands. Within a few years, many municipalities had their own domain name and website to disseminate information to the public. Lynn was no exception.

Lynn Elementary gets Students to Stewards grant for greenhouse

Lynn Elementary School receives a check from the Alabama Power Foundation in the amount of $3,500 for a greenhouse to add to their outdoor class room. Shown from left are Melinda Weaver with Alabama Power; Kaci Randolph, teacher and researcher at LES and Jennifer Baker, LES principal.
LYNN - Lynn Elementary School continues to achieve success and strives in multiple ways for their students to learn, besides the classic textbook example.