Daily Headlines, Sunday, 4/4/2010

Montgomery AdvertiserAlabama tries to overcome Race to the Top shortfalls

Montgomery AdvertiserElection season offers interesting twists, turns

Montgomery AdvertiserAttorneys say bingo corruption inquiry is politically motivated

Montgomery AdvertiserCandidates spring election qualifying deadline surprises


Montgomery AdvertiserASU employee worked for consulting firm with university contract

Montgomery AdvertiserJob gains push interest rates higher

Montgomery AdvertiserFed changes rules in foreclosure program

Montgomery AdvertiserState grocery tax unfair, regressive

Montgomery AdvertiserKEN HARE: House without Hammett could be like Senate

Huntsville TimesDr., Judge, Cowboy names won’t make it on GOP ballot

Huntsville TimesGOP panel clears Griffith bid

Huntsville TimesDorning draws GOP primary challenger

Huntsville TimesJust 2 area legislators to face primary rivals

Birmingham NewsArchibald: Bingo industry doesn’t gamble with votes

Birmingham NewsDoctor shortage greets new health care law

Birmingham NewsCandidates qualify for elections: Lists of primary candidates

Birmingham NewsRepublican executive committee disqualifies Charles “Chip” McCallum III in House race

Press-RegisterMobile city officials knew personnel cuts could be coming

Press-RegisterTree disease hits Gulf Coast swamps (with video)

Press-RegisterList of qualifiers for Mobile, Baldwin county offices, other area races

Press-RegisterHow we ended up in this mess

Press-RegisterFocus on the benefits of health care reform

Press-RegisterEditorial: Let investigation and bingo vote go forward

Press-RegisterThen, as now, people hated paying taxes

Press-RegisterLet’s hope the accusations — all of them — are false

Press-RegisterEditorial: Lawmakers won’t let go of grocery tax

Tuscaloosa NewsMoundville museum ready to display $5M renovation

Tuscaloosa NewsFBI probe could hamper bingo bill

Tuscaloosa NewsGreene County sheriff dies of cancer

Tuscaloosa NewsLEND A HAND: Motorcycle riders take fight against cancer to the streets

Tuscaloosa NewsExplain hiring, firing decisions at central office

Florence TimesDailyCherokee council can’t escape controversy, residents’ unrest

Florence TimesDailyPoll: South leads in church attendance

Florence TimesDailyState park fee raises ire

Anniston StarH. Brandt Ayers: Tea party tempest

Anniston StarBob Davis: How we do the state’s business

Gadsden TimesFBI probe adds new wrinkle to bingo timing

Gadsden TimesCoosa River Basin Initiative to begin paddle trip program

Gadsden TimesDrug unit has most productive quarter since 2005

1 comment to Daily Headlines, Sunday, 4/4/2010

  • Don

    Re: Montgomery Advertiser – KEN HARE: House without Hammett could be like Senate

    I, using my pseudonym of DoctorIQ, posted a comment to Hare’s article if anyone is interested.

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