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Alabama
8:56 am
Mon November 22, 2004

Riley Staying Quiet About Auburn Meeting

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Alabama
8:54 am
Mon November 22, 2004

TVA Sees Changes in Board

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Alabama
6:27 pm
Fri November 19, 2004

Students Must Get Permission for Cough Drops

Dothan, AL – The Dothan city school board has decided students must have written permission from a doctor before they can consume cough drops at school. The system passed a policy this week that requires the doctors' notes, and students are NOT allowed to take the cough drops themselves even with a note. Violators can be suspended or sent to alternative school. Dothan city school officials say the changes fall under a new medication policy required by the state.

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Alabama
6:27 pm
Fri November 19, 2004

Governor Riley Meets with SACS Officials

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Alabama
6:26 pm
Fri November 19, 2004

Board of Education Proposes Budget

Montgomery, AL – The State Board of Education is proposing a nearly three-point-seven billion dollar budget for the next fiscal year. That's about about 250 million dollars more than the current budget. State Superintendent Joe Morton has said this budget could improve each school in this state. The board's budget proposal asks the governor to request money from the Legislature to hire 676 additional teachers, assistant principals, counselors and librarians.

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Alabama
6:25 pm
Fri November 19, 2004

Police Warn of Fake Iron Bowl Tickets

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Alabama
8:02 am
Fri November 19, 2004

Convicted Bomber Cherry Dies in Montgomery

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Alabama
8:00 am
Fri November 19, 2004

Riley Tries to Help Auburn's Probation Case

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Alabama
7:58 am
Fri November 19, 2004

New Plant in Albertville Bringing 650 Jobs

Albertville, AL – A new poultry processing plant is opening in Albertville. It's expected to bring about 650 new jobs to the area. Governor Riley joined executives from AlaTrade Foods at Thursday's groundbreaking ceremony for the company's third plant in Marshall County. The company already has two similar facilities in Boaz that employ about 500 workers. Company officials say they expect to create the 650 new jobs when the plant reaches full production in three years.

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Alabama
6:21 pm
Thu November 18, 2004

Health Insurance Bills Become Law

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Alabama
6:20 pm
Thu November 18, 2004

Riley Will Meet with SACS

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Alabama
6:19 pm
Thu November 18, 2004

Bachus Elected to Powerful Committee

Washington, DC – Congressman Spencer Bachus is now one of the newest members of a powerful congressional committee. He's on the Republican Steering Committee of the House of Representatives. His colleagues elected Bachus to the position this week. He'll represent Region Nine which includes Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi. The G-O-P Steering Committee is responsible for determining the committee chair of the House of Representatives and all Republican committee assignments for the next Congress.

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Alabama
6:18 pm
Thu November 18, 2004

Judge Keeps Pay Cut at U.S. Airways

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Alabama
9:42 am
Thu November 18, 2004

Baby Douglas Law Goes Into Effect

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Alabama
9:40 am
Thu November 18, 2004

Senate Democrats Want Redding Pitt Out

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