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Wiregrass Hispanic Community Is Rapidly Growing

Updated: 06/22/2008 - According to the Alabama Latino Association, Latino population increased 247 % in the last decade. Many Hispanics in the Wiregrass area are active with jobs in construction, food service, and agriculture.

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Highway Safety Crackdown in Early County, Georgia

Updated: 06/22/2008 - With the summer holiday driving period approaching, the Governor's Office of Highway Safety in the Peach State has once again begun its 100-days of summer Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic program.

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Saving for College with 529 Plans

Updated: 06/20/2008 - College tuition goes up an average of 6% and some parents and students are having a hard time paying for it.

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Wiregrass Weekend Festivities

Updated: 07/26/2008 - There are many events going on around the Wiregrass this weekend for families to enjoy!

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Leisure Services Programs

Posted: 06/20/2008 - New Leisure Services Director Elston Jones brought some Dothan city leaders and residents together Friday to get the word out about the departments numerous activities.

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As Temperatures Heat Up, So Do Crime Rates

Updated: 06/20/2008 - Temperatures are up and it is not officially summer. However, as the season is upon us, it does make for a little more work for police. As the temperatures go up, many say the tempers of people can climb as well, often times translating into more crime.

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Carjacking Suspect Arrested

Posted: 06/20/2008 - Panama City Police have arrested one suspected carjacker and they are on the lookout for another.

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Slocomb Tomato Festival Kicks Off This Weekend

Posted: 06/20/2008 - It will be a big day Saturday in Slocomb and the city holds its annual Tomato Festival. It is a long standing tradition for the city and residents are hoping for a large turnout.

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Auburn Demonstrates Bioenergy Technology in D.C.

Posted: 06/20/2008 - Auburn University is showing off its mobile bioenergy unit in the nation's capitol this week, converting wood chips into electricity on the back of a truck near the National Mall.

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Unclaimed Stimulus Checks

Updated: 06/20/2008 - The Internal Revenue Service has announced a new summer campaign. It is an effort to reach those retirees and disabled veterans who qualify for the economic stimulus payment but have not filed to claim it.

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Thrift Stores Offer Secondhand Savings

Posted: 06/19/2008 - As the local and national economies continue to struggle, many retailers are feeling the pinch. While low-cost thrift stores would seem to be an obvious choice for shoppers, business there has slowed as well.

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Offshore Drilling Hits Close to Home

Updated: 06/19/2008 - President Bush's plan to lift the ban on offshore drilling has hit close to home. The proposal has stirred waves of controversy along the world's most beautiful beaches.

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Woman in Serious Condition After Crash

Updated: 06/20/2008 - A woman is in serious condition after her vehicle apparently struck the back of a farm tractor Thursday afternoon.

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Water Reservoir Proposal Has Mixed Emotions

Updated: 06/19/2008 - Residents from around the Wiregrass gathered in Daleville on Thursday to voice their opinions about a proposed multi-million dollar water reservoir.

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