Locations in Pickens County available for COVID-19 vaccines by appointment or walk-in

Gentry Drugs staff (left to right) Tricia Lavender, Ashton Brite, Carly Ezell and Phil Gentry have been working to administer COVID-19 vaccines each Tuesday at Gentry Drugs.

BY BRIAN HAMILTON Managing Editor brian@pcherald.com COVID-19 vaccines are more readily available in Pickens County that ever, with a number of healthcare providers and pharmacies offering free vaccines. Appointments can be made to get the vaccine at Gentry Drugs, Dr. Robbins and Dr. Parker’s office in Aliceville; Dr. Boothe’s office in Reform, or the Pickens County Health Department in Carrollton. “We started at the end of February and as of today, we’ve given close to 1,200 total,” said Phil Gentry of Gentry Drugs.

Pickens County correctional officer charged with sex-related offenses

Teraze James Nunn

A former correctional officer who worked for the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office was arrested Tuesday on charges of criminal solicitation to commit second-degree rape, second-degree sexual abuse and electronic solicitation of a child.
Teraze James Nunn, 24, of Ethelsville, was arrested after an investigation conducted by the 24th Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office Sexual Assault Unit. The investigation was conducted at the request of Pickens County Sheriff Todd Hall.

 

Engineer Bonner discusses fire hydrant accident: ‘That one accident drained the entire system’

Reform City Engineer Jonathan Bonner discusses the recent accident where a fire hydrant was hit in the city.

REFORM - The Reform City Council meeting was called to order by Mayor Melody Davis on February 2, 2021 with all council members present.
The minutes from the last meeting of January 25, 2021 was approved by the council as well as the payables.
The first item on the agenda in old business included the council’s approval of  the September 30, 2020 audit given by Don Wallace.
The audit was given on ways to improve costs and income increase for the city of Reform.