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Daily Headlines, Tuesday, 11/13/2012

Montgomery AdvertiserState briefs: Alabama EMA workers helping in New York

Montgomery AdvertiserMore Alabama students taking college test prep classes

Birmingham NewsHomewood City Council reschedules meetings, declares that new rec plans will be available to public

Birmingham NewsDemocrats still hold most Alabama courthouse offices, but GOP makes gains

Birmingham NewsU.S. Supreme Court decision to review Shelby County voting rights challenge draws national attention

Birmingham NewsMore Jefferson County sewer bondholders ask judge for help in their quest for higher customer sewer rates

Press-RegisterDespite ‘power struggle,’ Jerry Carl says he’s ready to be Mobile County Commission president

Press-RegisterAuburn University investigation of landfill regulations comes to Birmingham

Press-RegisterCorpse flowers, ethereal and otherworldly, bloom in Alabama’s woods

Tuscaloosa NewsPolitician leaves a legacy of leadership

Anniston StarPaying for education: State Board should adopt measures that increase spending on schools

Decatur Daily Hartselle, Priceville: difference in vision

Daily Headlines, Monday, 11/12/2012

Montgomery AdvertiserResearch could help ID, count number of black bears in Alabama

Montgomery AdvertiserFossils found along banks of Alabama River a treasure trove

Montgomery AdvertiserAla. man finally gets Bronze Star earned in WWII

Montgomery AdvertiserMoore to work with [...]

Daily Headlines, Sunday, 11/11/2012

Montgomery AdvertiserJosh Moon’s Just Saying: Reason tossed aside after election outcome

Montgomery AdvertiserAl Benn’s Alabama: WWII nurse recalls what makes Veterans Day special

Montgomery AdvertiserAlabama in health care quandary

Montgomery AdvertiserVietnam: 50 years later: Time doesn’t heal all [...]

Daily Headlines, Saturday, 11/10/2012

Montgomery AdvertiserU.S. Supreme Court to hear Alabama voting rights challenge

Montgomery AdvertiserFuneral services set for civil rights activist Zecozy Williams

Montgomery AdvertiserMontgomery City Council wants panel to reconsider recommending liquor license

Huntsville TimesMarshall County DA announces statewide ‘anti-smurfing’ [...]

Daily Headlines, Friday, 11/9/2012

Montgomery AdvertiserPanel looks at pros, cons of expanding Medicaid in light of Obama’s re-election

Montgomery AdvertiserTuskegee Airman Herbert Carter dies

Montgomery AdvertiserCivil rights activist Zecozy Williams dies

Montgomery AdvertiserAlabama Board of Education to recommend rehiring 450+ teachers in [...]

Daily Headlines, Thursday, 11/8/2012

Montgomery Advertiser‘Bama-Obama enters Round 2: State’s Republicans in Congress predict more budget battles

Montgomery AdvertiserMontgomery City Council proposes ordinance that would tow uninsured vehicles

Montgomery AdvertiserWetumpka City Council holds first meeting with new members

Huntsville TimesAstronaut says Huntsville’s [...]

Daily Headlines, Wednesday, 11/7/2012

Montgomery AdvertiserObama wins 2nd term

Montgomery AdvertiserLocal voters return incumbent congressional leaders to Washington

Montgomery AdvertiserALABAMA CHIEF JUSTICE: Roy Moore wins old job back

Montgomery AdvertiserCavanaugh wins Public Service Commission presidency

Montgomery AdvertiserAla. voters [...]

 

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