Bear Bryant’s ring, banjo strings, artistic things and lineman kings are among the abundance of good news from Alabama NewsCenter this week.
From Cane Creek Canyon to Cahaba lilies and from crab cakes to red snapper there are many things that make Alabama beautiful and tasty. Alabama NewsCenter captures what’s best about our state. Here were some of those things from this past week.
This week our friends at Alabama NewsCenter went from the Regions Tradition to regional economic development with a few ships, planes, coffee, Champs stew, a medical breakthrough and Condoleezza Rice thrown in for good measure.
From pine beetles to quesadillas, from Honda to Highlands and from Nike to concertinas, our friends at Alabama NewsCenter were busy this past week reporting good news.
Our Friends at Alabama NewsCenter Remember the April 27, 2011 Tornadoes & Report Current Good News in Alabama
Alabama NewsCenter helped us mark the somber fifth anniversary of the April 27, 2011 tornadoes but also brought us plenty of good news from around Alabama this past week.
Our friends at Alabama NewsCenter were busy this past week offering up positive stories about the state.
The Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association is pleased to announce that we are offering two college scholarships for the Fall of 2016. Each scholarship will be worth $500.
The scholarships are available to undergraduate or graduate students who are a full-time resident of Alabama and attend an accredited college or university that offers a degree in atmospheric science or meteorology.
Information on how to apply for these scholarships is available on the Central Alabama NWA web site.
Please help spread the word about this opportunity to a future meteorologist!
From football to golf to business, there was plenty of good news in the state from our friends at Alabama NewsCenter this week.
Miss the big annual spotter training? Here are the sessions.
Part one features the basic training from Brian Peters… part two is “polygonology” from Kevin Laws of the NWS Birmingham, and part three is James Spann’s talk on lessons learned from April 27, 2011, and the advanced training from Brian Peters. Thanks to the huge crowd for their attendance!
Vikings, ventures, vehicles and vittles were the subjects of some our favorite stories from Alabama NewsCenter this past week. Do yourself a favor and spend some time exploring some of the good news from across the state.