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LakeLife stickers on sale now

Just in time for lake season, get in the spirit! Let people know there’s nothing like living the LakeLife on Logan Martin with your own vinyl, die cut sticker customized for Logan Martin. Order one today! They are only $7.95 plus tax, shipping and handling. On your car, on your truck, on your cooler – […]

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A day in the life of a Logan Martin landmark

It’s a place that would make Jimmy Buffett proud. Surrounded by family and friends and scores more of adopted family and friends, this tiny island in the middle of Logan Martin Lake is like the star of the singer’s tune, Cheeseburger in Paradise – “heaven on earth with an onion slice.” On this Saturday afternoon […]

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Paddle boards growing in popularity

Modes of travel are many along the waters of Logan Martin Lake. By boat, by personal watercraft, kayak or canoe, we tend to see them all. And while we’ve been seeing more and more kayaks in sloughs and out on the lake, it looks like the next big thing may be stand up paddle boards. […]

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Log cabin with an Asian flair

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For eight years, Steve and Carla Valdes have been trying to turn their log home on Logan Martin Lake into a 14th-century Japanese-style home. They tore out the country kitchen, removed a clawfoot bathtub, reworked the master bedroom fireplace and painted the door frames black. Despite their best efforts, it’s still a log house. It’s […]

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Remember Avondale Lake

Vicki Davis on pier at swimming area, Avondale Lake

When the waters of Logan Martin reservoir began to rise in 1963, they slowly covered the remaining foundation walls of Easonville, Alabama, committing a once-bustling little country village to the whims of history and nostalgia. This impoundment also engulfed two smaller lakes that were part of the Easonville environs — Harmon Lake and Avondale Lake. […]

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Canada Geese Removal

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To all Logan Martin Lake Protection Association Members, We have been notified by the City of Pell City that the USDA will be coming in the next few weeks for removal of the Canada Geese that have been plaguing Lakeside Park.   With the arrival of the USDA in our community we have the opportunity […]

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July 4 fireworks on Logan Martin bigger and better than ever

Photo courtesy of Mike Callahan

Thousands of boats make their way into the main channel to get the best possible vantage point. Thousands more in cars, trucks and on foot get as close as they can to Lakeside Park. And when the sun goes down about 8:30 p.m. on July 4, a spectacular fireworks show lights up the nighttime sky […]

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Resource Fair set

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St. Clair Military Assistance Personal Support and the St. Clair County office of Alabama Cooperative Extension System are joining forces for the 2013 Central Alabama Veterans, Service Members and Families Resource Fair. It will be held June 20 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Pell City Civic Center, and there is no charge. […]

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Chapel in the Pines open for another season

Chapel in the Pines on the banks of Logan Martin Lake at Pine Harbor Country Club is open for another season at the “Come as you are” church. It is an ecumenical service of Christian worship from the first Sunday in May through the last Sunday in September. Services are at 8:30 a.m., and church […]

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Block Party set for June 7

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Pell City’s Hometown Block Party takes to the streets June 7 in historic downtown, an outdoor music festival that draws more than 15,000 people. Vendors line the streets of the courthouse square, and stages are placed in strategic locations to give festival goers an opportunity to hear and see a wide variety of musical entertainment. […]

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