Alamuchee Bridge (1861), relocated to the campus of the University of West Alabama in Livingston, was used by Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest to move his troops into Mississippi during the Civil War. In its previous location at Alamuchee Creek, the bridge was where horse thief Steve Renfroe was executed by hanging. Ironically, Renfroe was serving as the county Sheriff when he was apprehended.
Libby Hankins, 22-year-old Alabama native, receives new lungs at Duke hospital
The University of West Alabama senior has battled cystic fibrosis for her entire life, and she received a bilateral lung transplant on Sunday, April 17.