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NEWS 6/2/17 4:21pm

Auburn University professor to be awarded the 2017 Hughes-Gossett Senior Prize

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) – Steven Brown, a professor of political science in the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University, has earned a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity through hard work and scholarly research. Brown is the recipient of the 2017 Hughes-Gossett Senior Prize for the best article in the Journal of Supreme Court History.


NEWS 5/30/17 12:32pm

Auburn University president creates digital textbook

AUBURN, Ala. – Auburn University President Jay Gogue has drawn on his long career in higher education administration to develop a digital textbook on the subject. “A President’s Perspective” was available for review at the recent American Council on Education annual meeting where it received high praise from university presidents, scholars and students for its innovative use of media and technology to deliver content. The new digital textbook is being described as unlike any other in the field.


NEWS 5/22/17 12:25pm

Opelika plans for annual Memorial Day services

OPELIKA, ALA (EETV) -- Monday, May 29, beginning at 10 a.m. the City will host its annual Memorial Day Services to remember our Military Heroes who fought for the freedom of our country.


NEWS 5/22/17 12:19pm

Opelika to honor veterans with flags

The City of Opelika’s Public Works Department (ESG Operations) will be putting out American flags at area cemeteries to honor and remember our veterans.


NEWS 5/17/17 2:48pm

Auburn University officials aid domestic and global food security plans

AUBURN, Ala. – Auburn University administrators recently joined a group of prominent university, government, non-governmental organizations and business leaders to examine global food security challenges and develop strategies for public research universities to address. June Henton, dean of the College of Human Sciences at Auburn, as well as Auburn’s incoming president Dr. Steven Leath, participated in the Challenge of Change Commission, which was convened by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities with support from the W.K.


NEWS 5/14/17 8:40am

Mother's Day 2017

AUBURN, ALA (EETV)- Sunday, May 14, Mother's Day, is the time set aside nationally to honor each mom and the role they play.


NEWS 5/10/17 3:59pm

Mayor Fuller suspends rules at City of Opelika cemeteries for Mother's Day weekend

Mayor Gary Fuller and Public Works Director Mike Hilyer have issued an order to “suspend” the rules at City of Opelika cemeteries starting on Friday, May 12, 2017, through Sunday, May 21, 2017, governing the placement of floral arrangements, wreaths, and trinkets on graves, allowing loved ones to place extra wreaths, flower arrangements (in a separate container), and trinkets on the graves.


NEWS 5/8/17 1:59pm

Auburn Research Fellow inducted into the Alabama Foresters' Hall of Fame

AUBURN, Ala. – School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Research Fellow John Kush was named the 2017 inductee to the Alabama Foresters’ Hall of Fame at the Southeastern Society of American Foresters Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet held in Miramar Beach, Florida. As an Alabama resident and Auburn forestry graduate, Kush was considered for the Hall of Fame due to his outstanding contributions to forestry in Alabama over the course of his 40-year career.


NEWS 5/4/17 9:57am

APD investigating menacing case

Auburn, Ala. (EETV) - The Auburn Police Division is investigating an incident that occurred at approximately 9:20 p.m.


NEWS 5/3/17 3:46pm

Opelika working to unify city brand with new hashtags

In an effort to unify a clear message throughout Opelika, the City of Opelika, the Opelika Chamber of Commerce, Opelika Main Street, Keep Opelika Beautiful, the Opelika City Schools, the Opelika Parks & Recreation Department, the Lewis Cooper Jr.


NEWS 5/2/17 12:08pm

Loachapoka man charged with second degree rape

On Tuesday, May 2, 2017 the Auburn Police Division arrested Wilmer Adailt Lemus Villafuerte, age 19 from Loachapoka on a warrant charging him with Rape 2nd Degree. At about 10:00 p.m.