Warrior Youth Baseball/Softball Registration online until February 15th.
Our condolences and prayers goes out to the wife, family and co-workers of Kimberly police Officer Nick O'Rear who died Tuesday night, February 4, in the line of duty. Our prayers are also with our police department and officers who Officer O'Rear was assisting.
The Library and Arts Council received a $7,500.00 grant from the Alabama Civil Justice Foundation. The grant will be used to support the Regional Library and Arts Center. The Regional Library and Arts Center is a cooperative effort among six rural communities in North Jefferson and West Blount Counties. They are also transforming the former National Guard Amory into a state-of-the-art library.
Warrior Day 2019 pictures have been published on the website. You can access them at the bottom of the home page or on the Photos web page. You can enlarge the picture by clicking on it. Once you have enlarged the picture, you can advance to the next picture by clicking the right arrow that is half way down the picture on the right side of the picture. You can go back to the previous picture by clicking the left arrow on the left side of the picture.
Dennis Jones, a 39-year employee of the City of Warrior, retired October 1, 2019. We would like to thank Dennis for his many years of service to the City of Warrior and its citizens. We hope that he enjoys his much needed rest.
Mayor Johnny Ragland spoke at the Warrior Boys and Girls Club on April 9, 2019.
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