Coffee County Rescue Squad’s 60 Years of Volunteering offered the public a glimpse of the tools and techniques of the trade. Pictured, a youth tries on a full-face scuba regulator, while other children hall a training dummy up an incline in a Stokes basket. Coffee County’s all-volunteer team… Read moreCoffee County Rescue Squad celebrates 60th anniversary
Xavier Randolph is a new but wildly known name for Coffee County. Late in the basketball season, Coffee junior Randolph joined the CCCHS team. He followed a short Coffee basketball season with a track season to make it known: Randolph is a Red Raider. Read moreCCCHS Track places at state tournament
Justine Triet’s “Anatomy of a Fall” won the Palme d’Or at the 76th Cannes Film Festival in a ceremony Saturday that handed the festival’s prestigious top prize to a twisty French Alps courtroom drama. “Anatomy of a Fall" is only the third film directed by a woman to win the Palme d’Or. It stars Sandra Hüller as a writer trying to prove her innocence in her husband’s death. Cannes’ Grand Prix, its second prize, went to Jonathan Glazer’s “The Zone of Interest,” a chilling Martin Amis adaptation about a German family living next door to Auschwitz.
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Adam Kealoha Causey was just 10 years old the first time he truly heard Tina Turner's voice. As The Associated Press writer notes in an essay, the moment was transforming. He would go on to become a mega-fan, accompanying and later bringing his parents to several of her rollicking live concerts. And he would also come to deeply appreciate the Grammy winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's lasting endurance not only as an artist but as a brave and outspoken survivor of domestic violence. When he heard of Turner's death at 83, Causey decided it was time to repay the gift she had given him with some appreciative words of his own.