WZZA Radio Station is owned and operated by Muscle Shoals Broadcasting, and serves the Shoals area, which includes Lauderdale and Colbert counties. WZZA’s coverage also includes a large portion of Franklin County to the south, Lawrence County to the east, and west to Tishomingo County, Mississippi.
WZZA’s format includes gospel, blues, hip-hop, jazz, and R&B, all of which is day-parted to most effectively serve the market with unduplicated musical programming. Other programming includes a daily public affairs program during which a wide variety of guests, including attorneys, judges, mayors, councilmen, commissioners, teachers, businessmen, doctors, health care providers, city workers, bankers, financial advisors, congressmen and other office holders, religious leaders, non-profit agencies, civic and social organizations, and other citizens appear to discuss topics ranging from education, recreation, health, welfare, religion, relationships, law, politics, finance, economics, and more to hot topics in today’s news.
The Boards of Registrars from each Alabama County has compiled a list of voters they intend to purge from the list at the order of the Secretary of State. This is an outrage. Voting is not a privilege to be revoked on a whim. Voting is a RIGHT which should be held sacred. Below you will find a link to the names in Colbert County which are scheduled to be removed. Please review and make sure that your name is not among those listed. Contact your county board of Registrars to ensure that your name has not been removed. If it has, you may be required to register to vote all over again. We have an important election next year. We have seen what has been done by those who have no respect for government or for the rights of ALL citizens. Don't let anyone keep you from participating in the choosing of our political leaders!Voter List - Colbert County
COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Hotline: 1-855-566-5333
The hotline is intended for those who meet the criteria of eligible phases to schedule an appointment for a free COVID-19 vaccination. Telephone calls are answered from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. seven days a week. Specific information, such as what to bring and what to wear, will be provided when appointments are made. Appointments are made first come, first serve for persons within the targeted priority groups.
Due to the massive call volume, callers to the COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Hotline are encouraged to try their call again later if they get a busy signal. ADPH is rapidly adding staff to assist callers to the scheduling hotline and appreciate your patience. Additional information will be provided as more vaccine is available and new groups can schedule their COVID-19 vaccine.
If you would like general information about COVID-19, the COVID-19 Information Hotline continues to be available at 1-800-270-7268 for general questions.
Two vaccines have been authorized for emergency use by U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA).
Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine: The vaccine is authorized for emergency use in persons aged 16 years and older. This is a two-dose vaccine, given 21 days apart. Clinical trial data show the vaccine is 95 percent effective at preventing COVID-19 infection starting seven days after the second dose. Individuals will not be considered fully protected until one to two weeks after they receive the second dose. The clinical trials revealed no major unanticipated adverse events. This vaccine arrived in Alabama on December 14.
Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine: This vaccine is authorized for emergency use in individuals aged 18 years and older. This is a two-dose vaccine, given 28 days apart. Clinical trial data shows the vaccine is about 94 percent effective after two doses. No serious safety concerns were found. This vaccine arrived in Alabama on December 21.
Multiple COVID-19 vaccines are also still under development. Large-scale (Phase 3) clinical trials are in progress or being planned for two additional COVID-19 vaccines in the United States.COVID-19 Vaccine Roll-Out