The United States will have its first every African-American woman to serve as Secretary of State. Yesterday, Doctor Condoleeza Rice, the already accomplished National Security Advisor,...
ARMY AVIATION 2004-2005 AWARDS CEREMONY
The soldiers at Fort Rucker work hard all the time to serve the post and our country well, and last night they were honored for...
YOUTH SUMMITT AT CIVIC CENTER
Area high school students took a field trip to downtown Dothan yesterday, with their future in mind. They spent the day learning about various...
STATE REPRESENTATIVE TERRY SPICER HIRED AT COMMUNITY COLLEGE
An Alabama State Legislator is joining the staff of Enterprise-Ozark Community College. He will serve as an assistant to the President, Dr. Stafford Thompson....
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DOTHAN FIRE DEPARTMENT RECEIVES GRANT
The Dothan Fire Department has been awarded a grant to purchase emergency equipment. The Dothan City Commission voted yesterday morning, to accept a mutual assistance grant...
CHANGES IN STORE FOR TRUCKS HAULING DANGEROUS CHEMICALS
Truckers hitting the roads with dangerous chemicals and hazardous materials have a change coming their way, starting Monday, January 31st. Background checks will be...
FLU SHOT ALTERNATIVE
Looking to get a flu shot, but afriad of going under the needle? Well, there is an alternative for you. Southeast Pediatric Associates recently received...
SCRUSCHY TRIAL: The corporate fraud trial of fired Healthsouth CEO Richard Scrushy finally began yesterday in a Birmingham Courtroom. In opening statements, the prosecution told jurors that...
INDIA FIRE STAMPEDE
At least 220 people have died in a stampede at a Hindu procession in Western India. A government official says a fire prompted thousands to panic,...
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