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4:26 pm
Wed August 18, 2004

Opelika Opposes Atlanta Dumping

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Alabama
2:05 pm
Wed August 18, 2004

State ACT Scores On the Rise

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Alabama
1:44 pm
Wed August 18, 2004

Edwards Raises Money for DNC

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Alabama
1:01 pm
Wed August 18, 2004

Muscle Shoals Lands Customer Contact Center

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Alabama
12:56 pm
Wed August 18, 2004

Montgomery City Council Will Roll Back Sales Taxes

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Alabama
9:28 am
Wed August 18, 2004

Rumsfeld Promotes Base Plan in Alabama

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Alabama
4:26 pm
Tue August 17, 2004

Judge Won't Step Down from Siegelman Case

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Alabama
12:06 pm
Tue August 17, 2004

No Alabama Power Crews in Florida

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Alabama
10:10 am
Tue August 17, 2004

Alabama Hopes to Benefit From Florida Job Growth

Mobile, AL – South Alabama towns are hoping to benefit from the economic development and tourism boom in the Florida Panhandle. State House Speaker Seth Hammett says the Panhandle's growth could mean more jobs for Alabama. Hammett is the new economic development director for the Alabama Electric Cooperative. His position requires him to work on industrial recruitment in south Alabama and northwest Florida. Florida has had 28 straight months of positive job growth.

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Alabama
10:10 am
Tue August 17, 2004

Edwards Makes Campaign Stop in Birmingham

Birmingham, AL – Democratic vice presidential nominee John Edwards will make his first campaign stop in Alabama Tuesday when he visits Birmingham for a fundraiser. The North Carolina Senator will speak to donors Tuesday night at the Summit Club at an invitation-only event. Party supporters hope to raise almost 500-thousand dollars. The Kerry-Edwards ticket faces an uphill battle in Alabama. The state has voted Republican in every presidential campaign since 1980.

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Alabama
9:55 am
Tue August 17, 2004

Third Case of Virus Found in Baldwin County

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Alabama
4:51 pm
Mon August 16, 2004

UA Campus Gets Makeover

Tuscaloosa, AL – The University of Alabama campus is getting a facelift. 50 of the most prominent buildings on the Tuscaloosa campus will have the plants around them pulled out and replaced for a more streamlined look. The University paid area landscape architect Bonner Lee about 20-thousand dollars to design and oversee the project. Lee says six buildings, mostly those around The Quad, have been finished. U-A Director of Facilities, Thad Turnipseed, says the project should be completely finished in about 16 months.

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Alabama
4:16 pm
Mon August 16, 2004

Government Urges Early Flu Prep

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Alabama
11:52 am
Mon August 16, 2004

Another Hyundai Supplier Comes to Alabama

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