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Analyst: gas shale may be next bubble to burst

Updated: 10/12/2009 - An analyst warns that the promise of enough natural gas to last the nation more than 100 years based on discoveries of vast shale formations could be the next speculative bubble to burst.

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Ozark Art Exhibit

Posted: 10/12/2009 - This month there is a free art exhibit in the city of Ozark.

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How about a Job at Country Crossing?

Updated: 10/13/2009 - With the scheduled opening of Country Crossing less than three months away, human resource staffers are looking for applicants to run Houston county's entertainment extravaganza.

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Farmer field day studies GPS technology

Updated: 10/12/2009 - The Wiregrass Research Extension Center is held a "field day" today to help teach the importance of precision farming.

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Seniors lobby challenges health insurance report

Posted: 10/12/2009 - Supporters of President Barack Obama's drive to remake health care are pushing back against a dire report from the insurance industry warning of hefty new costs for consumers from the latest legislation.

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Indiana money manager plans book about plane crash

Posted: 10/12/2009 - An indicted Indiana money manager plans a book about an attempt to flee mounting personal problems that ended with him parachuting from a plane that later crashed into a Florida swamp.

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Alabama candidate Davis outlines cost savings

Posted: 10/12/2009 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Democratic candidate for governor Artur Davis says the next governor could cut waste and save more then $500 million by copying ideas that have worked in other states.

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CDC funds Cancer research in SW GA

Posted: 10/12/2009 - Emory University receives $6.2 million grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help continue cancer research

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Controversy Brews On Troop Deployment

Updated: 10/11/2009 - The head of the senate intelligence committee warns the U.S.. mission in Afghanistan is in "serious jeopardy."

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Warm Weather Welcomes Snakes

Updated: 10/11/2009 - In the recent months, more reports of snake activity around the state of Florida and here in Alabama have been more noticeable.

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