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Farm Growth

Updated: 03/24/2003 - Better prices and higher productivity in some crops give Alabama farms moderate growth rate.

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JOY Society

Updated: 03/24/2003 - There's a new Wiregrass service based in Ozark that gives a hand up instead of a hand out.

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Women's Center Opening

Updated: 03/24/2003 - Additions at the Southeast Alabama Medical Center welcome one phase of completion.

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Wiregrass Museum

Updated: 03/24/2003 - A dream came true for many Wiregrass residents and supporters of the arts.

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War Con Games

Posted: 03/22/2003 - Consumers urged to guard against war-related scams.

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DHR Director Cuts Salary

Posted: 03/22/2003 - The Human Resources Department director cut his salary by five percent to help curb the budget crisis.

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Powell Criticizes Turkey

Updated: 03/21/2003 - Secretary of State Colin Powell is taking Turkey to task for delaying the opening of its airspace to U.S. warplanes.

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Collins Signs Merger

Updated: 03/21/2003 - Financially troubled sign company merges with Nashville-based company.

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Assassination Outlawed

Updated: 03/21/2003 - One Alabama congressman said it should again be legal for the U.S. to assassinate foreign leaders.

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WTVY News 4 Upgrades

Updated: 03/21/2003 - WTVY is in the process of upgrading the antenna system at the tower site.

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Cultural Diversity

Updated: 03/21/2003 - Enterprise receives prestigious award.

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Reward for Missing Woman

Updated: 03/21/2003 - Alabama Gov. Bob Riley is offering $5,000 reward for information in the disappearance of a Covington County woman.

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State Automobiles

Updated: 03/20/2003 - Gov. Bob Riley is directing state workers to turn in state cars to save the state money.

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HealthSouth Corporation

Updated: 03/20/2003 - The federal government charged rehabilitation giant HealthSouth Corporation and Chairman Richard Scrushy with civil accounting fraud.

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Deadly Tornado

Updated: 03/20/2003 - Six people are dead after a tornado touched down in Southwest Georgia.

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Attorney General Gets Raise

Updated: 03/19/2003 - Pay raise for judges gives Alabama Attorney General Bill Pryor $40,000 salary bump.

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Friends of Fort Rucker Coalition

Updated: 03/19/2003 - A group of local businessmen and government officials have recently returned from Washington, DC.

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Seafood Imports

Updated: 03/19/2003 - Louisiana Agriculture Department orders emergency tests of imported crab.

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West Nile Virus

Posted: 03/19/2003 - Dothan city officials have added two new spray trucks to help control mosquitoes and the potentially deadly West Nile virus.

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Stolen Farm Equipment

Updated: 03/19/2003 - Houston County authorities said the arrest of a Cottonwood man may have solved a series of farm equipment thefts.

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Geneva Counterfeit Checks

Updated: 03/19/2003 - Authorities need your help to catch suspects in a counterfeit check scam that's been operating in the Wiregrass area.

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Ozark Security

Updated: 03/19/2003 - The city of Ozark is also taking special precautions to prevent a terrorist attack.

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Dothan Security

Homeland Readiness

Updated: 03/19/2003 - With the heightened level of terror alert, local law officials are beefing up security.

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Product Recall

Updated: 03/18/2003 - MOSA Sports has announced a recall of bicycle helmets.

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Riley's Security Steps

Updated: 03/18/2003 - Gov. Bob Riley makes plans to protect key locations in Alabama.

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