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Troy Students Saving Environment

Updated: 07/08/2008 - Students at Troy University in Dothan are making strides to save the environment. They're creating a safe habitat for nature.

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Geneva County Disaster Plan

Updated: 07/09/2008 - In the event of a tornado, hurricane or some other natural disaster, where does a storm victim go to get water and basic living supplies?

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Love, Smith Promise to Pull Negative Ads

Updated: 07/08/2008 - The Republican runoff candidates for Congress in the 2nd Congressional District have promised to tone down the rhetoric and stop running negative campaign ads in the final week before the July 15 runoff election.

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Mando Plans Expansion at Opelika Plant

Posted: 07/08/2008 - OPELIKA, Ala. (AP) - Auto parts manufacturer Mando America Corporation has announced expansion plans for its Opelika location.

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Man-made Reservoir Causes Controversy

Updated: 07/08/2008 - There is a lot of concern about possible water shortages in the Wiregrass. Support for a man-made reservoir to handle the area's future water needs came before the Coffee County Commission yesterday.

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Samson Mayor Pleads To Misdemeanor Charges

Updated: 07/08/2008 - A longtime office holder in the Wiregrass confirmed published reports that he pled to misdemeanor charges in a Northwest Florida courtroom.

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Burglar Alarm

Updated: 07/08/2008 - Friday July 4, 2008 Dothan police responded to a burglar alarm call at Club Imagination located at 4131 Ross Clark Circle.

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Dothan City Schools Discussing School Uniforms

Updated: 07/08/2008 - Superintendent of Dothan City Schools, Dr. Sam Nichols brought up the idea of mandatory school uniforms for discussion at a special school board meeting Monday.

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Early Morning House Fire

Updated: 07/08/2008 - A Dothan man got an alarming wake up call Tuesday morning when his bed caught fire.

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State's Water Systems to be Placed on Digital Maps

Posted: 07/07/2008 - All of Alabama's water systems will be placed on digital maps. The cost of the project was not disclosed, but Governor Bob Riley said in a statement Monday that funding would come from federal, state and local resources.

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Holmes County Schools to Pay ACLU $325000

Updated: 07/08/2008 - A federal judge has ordered a small, rural Panhandle school to pay the American Civil Liberties Union some $325,000 in legal fees.

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