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Alabama
11:59 am
Tue August 24, 2004

Commission Talking "Behind the Scenes"

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Alabama
11:49 am
Tue August 24, 2004

Five Inducted Into Alabama Academy of Honor

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Alabama
10:04 am
Tue August 24, 2004

B.F. Goodrich Labor, Management Agree, Avoid Strike

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Alabama
4:58 pm
Mon August 23, 2004

Rainsville Receives Federal Grant

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Alabama
12:49 pm
Mon August 23, 2004

Cities Hold Municipal Elections This Week

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Alabama
11:32 am
Mon August 23, 2004

Local Superintendents Ask For Test Recheck

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Alabama
11:29 am
Mon August 23, 2004

Rudolph Attorneys Get More Time

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Alabama
11:14 am
Mon August 23, 2004

Five Inducted Into Alabama Academy of Honor

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Alabama
10:21 am
Mon August 23, 2004

Alabama Boosts Nader Campaign

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Alabama
3:20 pm
Fri August 20, 2004

Unemployment Rate Rises

Montgomery, AL – The state's unemployment rate rose last month to five-point-seven percent. That's almost half a percentage point higher than June's rate of five-point-three. Phyllis Kennedy, director of the Department of Industrial Relations, says the new rate represents about 122-thousand-500 unemployed Alabamians. Washington County once again recorded the highest unemployment rate at 17-point-eight percent. And, as usual, Shelby County had the state's lowest at two-point-four percent.

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Alabama
3:14 pm
Fri August 20, 2004

Deaf Schools May Combine

Talladega, AL – The Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind is looking into a possible merger with the Janice Capilouto Center for the Deaf in Montgomery. AIDB President Terry Graham says it would help adults involved with the Capilouto Center to receive job placement and translation. Capilouto Center executive director Lynne Stokely also believes the two organizations could benefit from the proposal. It may take about 6 months to complete the merger.

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Alabama
12:44 pm
Fri August 20, 2004

UA Wants Bryant Statue Moved From Legion Field to Tuscaloosa

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Alabama
10:39 am
Fri August 20, 2004

Service Academy Applications Available

Washington, DC – Alabama Senator Richard Shelby says applications are available for U-S Service Academy nominations. Nominees must be Alabama residents and must complete the required A-C-T or SAT tests. Applicants must also provide letters of recommendation and their high school transcript. The service academies include the U-S Military Academy, U-S Naval Academy, U-S Air Force Academy and the U-S Merchant Marine Academy. For more information contact Shelby's office in Tuscaloosa at 205-759-5047.

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Alabama
2:33 pm
Thu August 19, 2004

Two Amateur Political Pollsters Die

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Alabama
1:18 pm
Thu August 19, 2004

Sixth West Nile Victim Recovers

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