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Andalusia City Board of Education BOARD MEETING on 18 April 2014, 14.21 by Staff in News
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Andalusia City Board of EducationBOARD MEETINGApril 21, 20146:00 p.m.AGENDAI. CALL TO ORDERA. Pledge of Allegiance –II. BOARD ACTIONA. Board Minutes March 17, 2014B. Financial ReportC. Personnel Report Resignations...
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Special Council Meeting on 18 April 2014, 14.16 by Staff in News
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CITY OF ANDALUSIASPECIAL COUNCIL MEETINGApril 21, 2014 – 11:30 AMA G E N D A1. CALL TO ORDER – Mayor Johnson.2. NEW BUSINESSA. Sidewalk Project3. ADJOURN3RD FLOOR CONFERENCE ROOMCITY HALL...
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Shooting Call in Enterprise on 18 April 2014, 14.12 by Staff in News
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April 18, 2014On April 17, 2014, at 9:30 PM, the Enterprise Police Department responded to the 100 Blk of Woodfield Place Enterprise, AL on a call for a shooting.  When officers arrived on scene they discovered a b/m v...
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Traffic Fatality in Covington County on 18 April 2014, 12.51 by Staff in News
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DOTHAN POST – A two-vehicle crash this morning, April 18, claimed the life of a Covington County Sheriff’s deputy. The crash occurred at approximately 7:40 a.m. on Alabama 55 near the intersection of Alabama 55 and Sout...
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ADULT ACTIVITY CENTER’S MAY NEWS RELEASES on 17 April 2014, 13.43 by Staff in News
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The City ofAndalusiaP.O. Box 429 ADULT ACTIVITY CENTER’SMAY NEWS RELEASES May 1------Deadline for St. Augustine Trip THE ACTIVITY/ NUTRITION CENTER CLOSED:  MAY 26th Memorial Day.  PAT’S PETAL...
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Hart, Taylor named Presidential Transfer Scholars on 17 April 2014, 13.29 by Staff in News
Hart, Taylor named Presidential Transfer Scholars
LBW Community College named two transfer students as Community College Presidential Scholars, a distinction earned by high academic achievement and a competitive selection process.The University of Alabama offers a full tui...
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LBWCC Forestry program to continue on 17 April 2014, 13.15 by Staff in News
LBWCC Forestry program to continue
LBW Community College will continue the two-year forest technology program, the only one of its kind in the state and a fixture at LBW since 1980.The program was one of several evaluated for viability, a necessary action by...
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Montgomery slaying suspect, out on bail, accused of shooting witness against him
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- A man out of jail on bond in Montgomery's 49th homicide of 2013 is back in police custody accused of shooting a witness in his murder case.Satarus Smith, 25, of Montgomery is now charged wit...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 04 16 on 17 April 2014, 07.16 by Staff in News
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 Covington CountyMedia ReportWednesday 04 16      96  Total Calls      22   Medical Emergency      34   Police Calls       &n...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 04 13 through 04 14 on 15 April 2014, 14.36 by Staff in News
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 Covington CountyMedia ReportSunday 04 13 through Monday 04 14     139  Total Calls      22   Medical Emergency      57   Police Calls     ...
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LBWCC sundial dedication is April 27 on 15 April 2014, 14.31 by Staff in News
LBWCC sundial dedication is April 27
LBW Community College will hold a dedication ceremony for a recently-acquired sundial on the Andalusia campus. The event will be attended by both the sundial benefactor, Renis O. Jones Jr. of Montgomery, and artistic ...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 04 10 through 04 12 on 15 April 2014, 07.56 by Staff in News
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 Covington CountyMedia ReportThursday 04 10 through Saturday 04 12     201  Total Calls      34   Medical Emergency      77   Police Calls    &...
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TownHall Meeting on 10 April 2014, 09.56 by Staff in News
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Representative Mike Jones and Senator Jimmy Holley will host a Town Hall Meeting to discuss the 2014 Legislative Session on Tuesday, April 29th, at 6:00 p.m.  The meeting will be held at the Conference Center on the LB...
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Mobile County Fatality on 10 April 2014, 09.50 by Staff in News
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MOBILE POST – A crash at 8:05 p.m. Wednesday, April 9, involving a pedestrian and a sport utility vehicle has claimed the life of an Irvington man. Jeremy Shane Judy, 33, was killed when he was struck by a 2003 ...
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Stolen Four Wheelers in Opp on 05 April 2014, 18.58 by Staff in News
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On Wednesday ,02 April 2014, Opp Police Department investigators recovereda four wheeler which appeared to have been stolen. Their investigationrevealed that the four wheeler in question along with a second four wheelerwere...
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Sunday, 22 May 2011 19:22

Slocomb Students Injured in Early Morning Crash

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Slocomb – At approximately 1:30 a.m., a single-vehicle crash on Hundley Road in Geneva County injured four Slocomb High School students.

Christopher David Hall, 16, of Slocomb was driving a 2004 Dodge Stratus when it ran off the road and crashed. Hall and the three passengers in the Dodge were injured. The passengers were Austin Hughes, 16; Haley Harrison, 15; and Tonya Spivey, 16, all of Slocomb.

Hall and Harrison were treated for non-life threatening injuries while Spivey and Hughes remain in critical condition at an area hospital for treatment. Alabama State Troopers continue to investigate this crash.

Burning, recycling and hauling were all methods examined this morning during a more than two-hour meeting between the City Council and Mayor William Bell on how and who will clean up the disaster area in Pratt City.

The group heard the pros and cons of hiring private companies as Bell suggests, or hiring the Army Corps of Engineers to coordinate the task, as a large number of council members favor. While city crews are working in storm damaged areas, all agree the task is too large for the city to undertake alone.

The sniping between Bell and some on the council is the result of the disagreement over what companies or agency should get the work, and the contracts worth millions. When today's meeting was over, that question remained unanswered.

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Saturday, 21 May 2011 12:32

Phenix City council man's trial postponed

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PHENIX CITY, Alabama — The trial of a longtime member of the Phenix City Council charged with forgery and perjury has been delayed until late August.

The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer reports that Phenix City Councilman Arthur L. Sumbry's trial has been postponed until Aug. 29.

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Friday, 20 May 2011 19:54

TENTATIVE AGENDA COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSION

Written by Eddie Lewis

MAY 23, 2011

9:30 A.M.

I. Call to Order; Prayer & Pledge of Allegiance

II. Approval of Minutes – May 9, 2011

III. Welcome Guests and News Media

1. Ruth Edson C A T S Coordinator

a. Public Hearing & Presentation of FY2012 Budget for Consideration

IV. Comments from Board

1. Mr. Ellis District 1

2. Mr. Carter District 2

a. Consider Petition to Close Barney Stephens Road (for Vector Expansion)

3. Mr. Elmore District 3

4. Mr. Turman District 4

5. Mrs. Petty Administrator

a. Consider 2012 Sr. Aides Host Agency Agreement

6. Mrs. Moody Attorney

7. Mr. Capps Engineer

a. Consider Bid Received for Steel Piling

8. Mr. Sasser Chairman

V. Other Business

VI. Adjourn

Friday, 20 May 2011 18:09

Information sought in unsolved murder

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Authorities are offering a reward for information leading to an arrest in the suspected death of Abbevilleresident Apolinar “Poli” Perez Jr.

Henry County District Attorney Doug Valeska said there is a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the Perez murder investigation.

“It’s not like him to disappear, and that’s why we think something bad has happened. We’re still looking for the body. We’d like to recover the body for the family,”Valeska said. “We just need someone in the community to step up and help us.”

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A New Brockton man faces criminal charges after authorities say he assaulted the police chief, his daughter and a police dispatcher.

Bruce Mathewsthe chief investigator for the Coffee County District Attorney’s Office, said deputies arrested Timothy Adams, 48, and charged him with felony second-degree assault on a police officer, misdemeanor assault and misdemeanor harassment.

Mathews said Adams was charged with assaultingDale Grimes, who serves as police chief of New Brockton, on Thursday afternoon at his office.Mathews said Grimes was taken to Enterprise Medical Center for treatment to his injuries where he was treated and released.

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NEW BROCKTON - The Coffee County Sheriff’s Department responded to a complaint Thursday about the mistreatment of dogs at a facility run by the town of New Brockton and found several malnourished dogs with little food and filthy water in conditions that Sheriff Dave Sutton said were “disgusting and deplorable.”

One dog was chained so improperly that the chain had made indentations in the animal’s skin. Two puppies were found to be so sickly that they were barely moving.

Sutton, who contacted the Coffee County Health Department and the district attorney’s office, said “We are seeking felony warrants on whoever is responsible.”

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The Enterprise Police Department responded to 1301 Boll Weevil Circle, (Lowe’s), at 10:40 A.M. in regard to an industrial accident. Upon arrival officers and paramedics discovered that the victim, (Identification withheld until family notification), had been pinned between a delivery truck and a stationary trailer. The victim was flown by Flatiron to Southeast Alabama Medical Center where he later succumbed to his injuries. The accident is under investigation by this department and OSHA.

 

The victim:

Stephen Dennis Brown

42 years old

From Ozark, Alabama

 

Friday, 20 May 2011 15:51

Car theft arrest made

Written by Eddie Lewis



Press Release

On 5-19-2011 at approximately 5:50pm, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of attempted auto theft at the Pizza Hut located on Highway 71 South Marianna, Florida. The victim reported that he had exited the Pizza Hut and observed a white male driving away in his vehicle. The victim ran towards the vehicle and attempted to stop the vehicle. The suspect reportedly fled from the vehicle, leaving it in gear, causing it to collide with another vehicle in the parking lot. On 5-20-2011, Deputies spotted two subjects in the Wal-Mart parking lot that matched the description given of the two suspects. Deputies apprehended one of the suspects and identified him as Anthony Crain Atkins. Atkins was identified, by the victim as the male subject seen trying to drive away with his car. Atkins was arrested for Attempted Grand Theft Auto and transported to the Jackson County Jail. The female subject was identified as Sabrina Marie Brown. Brown is described as being approximately 5’06” tall and weighing approximately 170 pounds. Brown is described as having red hair. It was learned that both subjects are thought to be homless and staying in the wooded areas around Highway 71 South and Interstate 10. Any one with information regarding the whereabouts of Sabrina Brown is asked to contact the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office at (850) 482-9648.

Thursday, 19 May 2011 15:28

Dothan man charged in December 2010 burglary

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DOTHAN, Alabama -- Dothan police arrested Christopher Reeves Johnson, 28, of Johnson Circle on Wednesday in relation to a burglary that took place on Dec. 9, 2010, in the 1000 block of East Lafayette Street.

Police discovered a small amount of blood near the door where entry had been forced. A crime scene technician then responded and collected the blood, which was sent to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences for analysis.

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