Scott Praytor has been hired as the Police Chief for the City of Warrior. Pictured left to right are Mayor Johnny Ragland, Chief Scott Praytor and Councilman Charles Mosley.
The job fair will be held at the North Storm Shelter, 309 Trafford Road Warrior, AL 35180.
Warrior Police received a grant for police equipment from State Representative Allen Treadaway. Pictured on left is Chief Steve Scott of Warrior Police, Representative Treadaway on the right and Mayor Ragland in the background.
Honorable Councilman Mr. Jerry Bailey died Friday, January 22, 2021. Mr. Baily served as Councilman from about 2004 to November 2020 when he chose not to run again due to health reasons. The City of Warrior appreciates his many years of service to the city. Also, our prayers go out to his daughter and City Clerk Demetra Mixon and her family.
The viewing was held on Friday, January 29, 2021 from 12:00 Noon - 6:00 PM at Poole's Funeral Home at 1501 7th Avenue N Birmingham, AL 35203. The funeral service was held on Saturday, January 30, 2021 beginning at 11:00 AM at The Way of Salvation Cathedral of God Church at 801 Tarranty Road Gardendale, AL 35071. Burial was in Warrior Cemetery at 499 10th Street Warrior, AL 35180.
After completing a civics project, Girl Scout Troop #939 visited the Mayor and Council to ask questions.
The new time for the Pre-Council Meeting will be 5:30 PM and Council Meeting will now be at 6:00 PM.
Jeff Hilton, Chief
Bret Huffstutler, Assistant Chief
Lee Kilgore, Captain
Longtime City Council member James "Coach" Jett died April 6, 2020 after a long illness. Coach Jett served 52 years on the Warrior City Council after being elected to the office in 1968.
According to Mayor Ragland, Coach Jett's legacy will be his love for the local children and his work with the park and recreation board. Until his health began to fell him, Coach Jett could often be seen working to keep the park and recreation facilities in top shape.
According to Councilman Chuck Mosely, "Coach Jett's wealth of knowlege, experience and love for the city can never be replaced."
You can read more about Coach Jett at North Jefferson News by clicking here .
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