Alabama
9:45 am
Mon June 13, 2005

Huntsville Times Loses Bureau Chief

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Alabama
9:44 am
Mon June 13, 2005

UAB Student Crowned Miss Alabama

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Alabama
6:34 pm
Fri June 10, 2005

Arlene Moves Toward State

Undated – (Posted at 5:30 PM Friday 6/10/05)

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Alabama
6:31 pm
Fri June 10, 2005

Attorneys Will Request Change in Murder Trial

Athens, AL – A Limestone County judge will schedule a change of venue hearing for a north Alabama man accused of killing two Athens police officers. Farron Barksdale faces five capital murder counts for killing Sergeant Larry Russell and officer Tony Mims in January 2004. He has pleaded innocent by reason of mental disease or defect. Barksdale's attorneys asked the judge to move his upcoming trial to another county. Limestone County District Attorney Kristi Valls says she will oppose the change of venue.

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Alabama
6:30 pm
Fri June 10, 2005

Census Bureau Will Mail New Surveys

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Alabama
8:09 am
Fri June 10, 2005

Battle Continues Between State Senators

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Alabama
8:08 am
Fri June 10, 2005

Mountain Brook Teen Still Missing

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Alabama
8:06 am
Fri June 10, 2005

UAH Program Connects Ukraine, Media

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Don Noble
2:51 pm
Thu June 9, 2005

Articles of War

A young WWII soldier comes to terms with his fear.

Articles of War

This short novel takes place in Normandy and then in the Hurtgen Forest in 1944.

The protagonist, and I assure you he is no hero, is George Tilson, a U.S. Army private, 18 years old, a farm boy from Iowa and a callow, unsophisticated young man who seems to know nothing and be afraid of everything.

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11:39 am
Thu June 9, 2005

Political Group Targets Sessions on Asbestos Bill

A bill that would create a new funding system for asbestos victims is awaiting a vote in the U-S Senate. One of Alabama's senators supports the idea but says the bill still needs more work.

Political Group Targets Sessions on Asbestos Bill

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