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Brewery to Open in Dothan

Posted: 02/21/2006 - Poplar Head Restaurant and Pub was the first and only brewery in Dothan until it closed several years ago. Now, the city commission has approved a new facility that will soon open and feature draft beer.

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Henry Co. Drug Bust

Posted: 02/21/2006 - 17 people arrested in Henry Co. drug bust

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Elba Levee Vandals

Posted: 02/21/2006 - Elba authorities are looking into vandalism issues taking place on that town's recently restored levee.

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Medicare Seminar

Posted: 02/21/2006 - Employees and volunteers from the department of senior services and local agencies on aging will staff computer labs on scheduled days at community and technical schools throughout Alabama to help with enrollment.

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Slocomb Fires

Posted: 02/21/2006 - Joseph Kelley, collapsed outside his home while trying to summon for help.

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Overstreet Sentencing

Posted: 02/21/2006 - A six-member jury convicted 38-year-old Sherry Jean Overstreet last month of two felony counts of dui-manslaughter and one count of dui-property damage.

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Church Fire Arrests

Posted: 02/21/2006 - Two teenagers have been arrested on arson charges in a weekend attempt to set fire to a small church in Etowah County.

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Dothan Armed Robbery

Posted: 02/21/2006 - A woman making an evening deposit was confronted by two masked men.

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Cataract Options

Posted: 02/21/2006 - A new option for cataracts is making glasses a thing of the past for some patients.

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Waffle House Accepting Plastic

Posted: 02/21/2006 - The "cash only" signs soon will disappear from Waffle House, which now wants to accommodate diners who use plastic.

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Alabama Abortion

Updated: 02/21/2006 - The Alabama District Attorneys Association and state Sen. Lowell Barron announced Tuesday they'll support the bill covering crimes against unborn children from conception.

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Inflammatory Eye Disease

Posted: 02/21/2006 - Many times there is no known cause for the inflammation and patients are desperate for help.

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Port Security

Posted: 02/21/2006 - Governors hint at legal action to block port decision.

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Samson Wastewater

Posted: 02/20/2006 - Samson mayor Clay King says initial state environmental fears over the town's wastewater treatment process may have been premature.

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Dothan Art CANVAS

Posted: 02/20/2006 - High School Students eligible for CANVAS.

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Dothan Fire

Posted: 02/20/2006 - Fires caused by carelessness.

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Kinston Fatal Fire

Posted: 02/20/2006 - Coffee County authorities say a fatal house fire over the weekend has been ruled accidental.

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Murder Trial

Posted: 02/20/2006 - 20-year-old Seth Isaac Davis of Slocomb was arrested in December of 2004.

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Ashford Fake Standoff

Posted: 02/20/2006 - A Dothan man has been arrested for causing a police stand-off that investigators say should never have happened in the first place.

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Stallings Arrest

Posted: 02/20/2006 - Okaloosa sheriff’s deputies investigating a purse-snatching discovered the suspect is wanted in North Carolina on charges of homicide, robbery with a dangerous weapon, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

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Blood Drive

Posted: 02/20/2006 - If you've been planning to give the gift of life by donating blood, but just haven't had the time, then now's your chance.

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Birmingham Church Dedication

Posted: 02/20/2006 - United States Attorney General Alberto Gonzales attended a ceremony Monday in Birmingham, Alabama designating the 16th Street Baptist Church as a national historical landmark.

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Alabama Church Fire

Posted: 02/20/2006 - A federal official says a fire this weekend that did minor damage to a small church does not appear to be linked to a string of suspected arsons at 10 rural churches in Alabama.

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