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Softball Day 1 wind up.

May 18, 2012 • Tri County Sports
Softball gets kicked off today with 1A 3A 5A. More

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Ponds stocked, trees planted at Outdoor Educational Center

Jan 28, 2015 • Randolph Leader
Big catch. Handley High School principal Greg Forster and biology teacher Jennifer Kirby net the first group of fish to be introduced to the pond. ... Comments about security laced the conversation last week as nice-sized hybrid catfish were introduced ... More

Handley Middle School a CLAS Banner School

Jan 21, 2015 • Randolph Leader
Chuck Marcum said, as superintendent of Roanoke City Schools, he is delighted to announce that the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools (CLAS) recognizes Handley Middle School as a 2014 CLAS Banner School. Of the 152 schools nominated for this ... More

Jack G. Hanson, age 87

Jan 20, 2015 • The Citizen.com
He was born February 23, 1927 in Roanoke, Ala., the son of Dr. Douglas and Mrs. Annie Gooden Hanson. After graduating from Handley High School in Roanoke, Jack joined the U.S. Army during World War II. Following his discharge, Jack received a football ... More

Roanoke teachers prepare for new school year

Aug 13, 2014 • Randolph Leader
Preparing for a new Roanoke City Schools year are (from left) Superintendent Chuck Marcum, Handley Middle School principal Lynn Robinson, Knight Enloe Elementary School principal Amy Moody, and Handley High School principal Gregory Foster. More

Handley boys lose to Clay, beat Loachapoka

Dec 10, 2014 • Randolph Leader
Handley dropped a heart breaker on the road Friday night at 5A Central Clay County. Handley started slowly, and this time it didn't play out in their favor as the Tigers suffered their first loss of the season 50-43 on the road. Handley would trail 14 ... More

City school board meets at Knight Enloe

Dec 23, 2014 • Randolph Leader
Eli Gabriel, Cayden Earl and Delayne Espinoza demonstrate to Roanoke Board of Education member Steve Burns how they used their ipads to create gliders and teeter totters that they physically created and tested. More

Food drives help Buddy Bag program

Dec 10, 2014 • Randolph Leader
Linda Hurst, director of the Lighthouse Soup Kitchens, said pre-Thanksgiving week food drives netted a major outpouring from the community to benefit the local Buddy Bag program. Food drives were held at Handley Middle School, Handley High School, ... More

Handley students learn skills of pioneers

Sep 17, 2014 • Randolph Leader
Students in the Community Studies class at Handley High School are learning the history of local folk art with a hands-on approach, trying their hand at caning chairs and creating pottery. The pioneers came here looking for gold but found clay to be a ... More

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