The Auburn/Opelika Parkinson’s Disease Support Group has an upcoming meeting scheduled for Sunday March 8th from 2 to 4 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Eagle’s Nest Meeting Room in the back left side of Monarch Estates located at 1550 East University Drive in Auburn. The speaker will be Jill M. Meyer, Ph.D., LCPC, CRC, Assistant Professor, Rehabilitation Counseling at Auburn University. Her topic will be “Coping and Adaptation to Chronic Conditions: Parkinson’s Disease.” Dr. Meyer is an assistant professor in Special Education, Rehabilitation, and Counseling at Auburn University. Dr. Meyer earned her doctoral degree in Counselor Education & Supervision (2011) from the University of Missouri- St. Louis, and completed her Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling (1996) at the University of Illinois- Champaign. She has a wealth of experience in rehabilitation services and federal grants and research. Her research interests include: adaptation, psychological well-being, and coping, in addition to general research methodology and instrumentation. Her research and clinical skills intersect through publications, and work with individuals with chronic conditions. Those with Parkinson’s, their caregivers, family members and/or friends are invited and urged to attend. For more information please contact Linda Drummond at 334.444.2836.
A second crash at the interchange of Interstate 85 southbound to interstate 65 southbound is causing a traffic backup, according to WSFA 12 News Reporter Melissa Johnson.
The Auburn Tigers defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide 5-3 in the Max Capital City Classic baseball game that was held on Tuesday at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery.
Last season, Jimmie Johnson needed 12 races to get to Victory Lane. This season, Johnson needed just two starts to pull into the Winner’s Circle. Does that make him the early favorite to capture the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title?
The 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season may be only two weeks old, but some of the sport’s biggest names face an uphill climb after a slow start to the year. While there are still 24 races before the 16-driver Chase for the Sprint Cup field is solidified, several top drivers find themselves
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) NASCAR did not have its finest weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway, where the follow-up to the Daytona 500 began with the theft of a race car and a parked SUV rolling into Denny Hamlin’s motorhome.
In Sunday’s Episode 512 of The Walking Dead, the survivors said goodbye to one of their own: Rick’s epic beard. Now, get a glimpse of Rick before and after the beard by sliding your mouse across the below image. You can see the new clean-shaven Rick, the hirsute Rick of yesteryear, or something in between.
There are a total of 48 cars on the entry list for this weekend’s Kobalt 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
In Episode 512 of The Walking Dead, Rick’s group finally reaches the safe haven of Alexandria, led by the charismatic former Congressperson Deanna Monroe. Unlike past communities, which promised sanctuary but concealed dark secrets, the town and Deanna have thus far lived up to their promise. Will further exploration prove them liars? That remains to be seen. In the meantime, you can venture deeper into Alexandria with an all-new 360° interactive tour. Walk the streets, step inside the survivors’ new homes and put yourself in the shoes of Rick, Daryl, Carol and the rest of the group. Then check back after each new episode to explore all-new areas within the safe zone’s walls.
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Video – Talking Dead Episode 512 Highlights and Bonus Scene Featuring Alanna Masterson and Denise Huth
Want more Talking Dead? Watch these exclusive video highlights and a bonus scene featuring Chris Hardwick and his guests, Alanna Masterson (Tara), Co-Executive Producer Denise Huth and actor Timothy Simons (Veep).
Bonus Scene: Talking Dead: Episode 512
Denise Huth shares her favorite moment on the show, Timothy Simons picks who he thinks should lead the crew and Alanna analyzes Carl and Enid’s relationship in Episode 512.
Highlights: Episode 512: Talking Dead: Andrew Lincoln’s Beard
Alanna Masterson and Denise Huth describe the cast’s reactions to Andrew Lincoln shaving his beard.
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You sit and stare at your computer screen, willing yourself to come up with a great idea for your next blog post or newsletter. You don’t have much time before your next meeting, so you need that stroke of genius NOW! But what do you do when no ideas come
This Saturday, Keep Opelika Beautiful volunteers will spruce up roadsides and other areas during the citywide cleanup event
Coach Terri Williams-Flournoy says her Auburn women’s basketball team isn’t looking to get hot anymore. The Tigers are already there.