“Today is a giant step forward for our country as, after decades, Roe is finally overturned. Folks, after almost 50 years of standing up for unborn babies, our prayers have been answered," said Governor Ivey.
The event, brought to you by the Building Legacy Foundation and Mike Schmitz Automotive Group, will be just one part of “Darlene Clark’s Day” celebrations in the city on June 25th, which also includes a mural reveal in Downtown Dothan at noon with a proclamation read by Mayor Mark Saliba as well as tributes.
“The College is always excited to play a role in educating our youth. Our summer programs provide students with an opportunity to come to our campuses and experience both fun and enriching activities. We hope that new friendships will be made and their passion for learning will grow,” stated Kecia Forehand, WCCD Workforce Development Coordinator.
It’s no secret rural healthcare isn’t what it could be in Alabama: not enough doctors, nurses and even some hospitals have closed due to lack of funding. But a new recruitment program on the University of Alabama campus hopes to change the trajectory somewhat.
Governor Kay Ivey has sent an open letter to President Joe Biden regarding the vaccine exemption policy for United States armed forces, as the June 30 deadline approaches for U.S. Army personnel to be vaccinated.
Turner’s son, Jake flicked the money across the table and that’s when a white powdery substance came out of it. Fortunately for the rest of the family, Jake knew there was something suspicious about the money.