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Watertown Daily Times
Watertown Lyric Theater veteran turning pro with "Four Play, The Musical" role
A veteran of local community theater is about to add some drama to his life as he tackles a new venture.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
The Newberg Graphic
Here she is ... Miss Washington County - Wednesday, 05 March 2014 19:33
Three young women with ties to Washington County were crowned Saturday evening, advancing them to the Miss Oregon pageant in Seaside June 21 to 28. Elizabeth Denny, 23, was crowned Miss Metro West 2014 and Twila Tschan, 24, won Miss Washington County 2014; both women were awarded $500 scholarships.
Night of the living dolls: Mobile Ballet's 'Coppelia'
MOBILE, Alabama - When jealous Swanilda confronts Coppelia, the young lady with whom her boyfriend Franz has been flirting, she quickly learns that her romantic rival is a real doll.
You won't believe what these USA art students can do with glass
University of South Alabama's Baldwin County campus is presenting a display of mind-blowing glass art created by USA students and faculty.
Mobile police: 7-year-old in critical condition following shooting
Detectives gather outside a home on Wealthy Street after a shooting around 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 5, 2014, sent a 7-year-old boy to the hospital, according to the Mobile Police Department.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Free March 6 small business workshop in Mobile targets military veterans, spouses
MOBILE, Alabama - Local veterans considering launching a small business can have all their questions answered Thursday, but time is running short.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
The Bolivar Commercial
Authors share writing secrets
Creativity was flowing as three Mississippi authors visited the Delta State University campus Friday.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
USA students rally for higher education funding as tuition increases hinder their futures
USA students and faculty at the Higher Education Day in Montgomery. USA brought more than 200 students to lobby for additional state revenue.
The Trussville Tribune
New UAB football coach to talk in Trussville in May
New UAB head football coach Bill Clark will be the featured speaker at the May Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Stephen Sexton announces candidacy for Senate District 22, prioritizes religion, jobs
Stephen Sexton, 58, has announced his intention to run as a republican at the June 3 primary for Alabama Senate District 22. "It's something I've been wanting to do for a long time, seeing jobs lost over the last 20 years," said Sexton, who recently retired from the Army after a 20 year career.
Breast cancer patients learn what they need to know to get through chemo with Chemoflage
One in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lives. Thousands of programs and pink ribbons promote getting mammograms and doing self breast-exams, but aren't as good about informing women what to do when they are diagnosed.
Mini Mardi Gras: Mystic Order of Masked Miracles parades through USA...
The halls of the University of South Alabama's Children's & Women's Hospital were filled with beads, candy and Moon Pies on Thursday, left behind by tiny revelers marching and riding in the annual Mystic Order of Masked Miracles parade.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Order of LaShe's hits the quarter-century mark with style to spare
The Order of LaShe's celebrated 25 years of sassy style and vibrant color Tuesday night, but - all together now - those ladies didn't look a day over 24. The OOL's were founded in 1989, but technically this was their 22nd Mardi Gras parade.
Thursday night at Mobile Museum of Art: multiple exhibit openings and meditation
A painting of people looking at art by Birmingham-based painter Clayton Colvin is on display at the Mobile Museum of Art.
On the job with Kathryn Lang, North Alabama author and speaker
Do what you are designed to do and create relationships with people that you can get to do the things that are not your core competence.
Five neat notes from APTV's 'Journey Proud' look at Joe Cain Day
Has Alabama Public Television pulled the veil of Mardi Gras mystery entirely away from the phenomenon of Joe Cain Day? Not quite, but a program that premiered Monday evening certainly serves as a primer on Mobile's most distinctive celebration.
Bicycle polo, curfews and a request to slow down the oil storage tank ...
Bicycle polo, curfews and a request to slow down the oil storage tank talks Spectators watch as Liz Solomon, David Kevin Greene and Brittany Hill warm up before a game of Bike Polo in a parking lot in Mobile, Alabama, on Wednesday April 13,2011.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Community leaders, health officials urge Mobilians to 'Rethink Your Drink'
Chris Lee, chair of the J.L. Bedsole Foundation, introduces the new "Rethink Your Drink" public awareness campaign during a news conference on Monday, Feb. 24, 2014, at the Gulf Coast Exploreum in downtown Mobile, Ala.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Around South Mississippi
Two men were burned during work Friday evening at the Gulf Coast Shipyard Group on Seaway Road, Gulfport Fire Chief Mike Beyerstedt said.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Is there a doctor in the house? Neptune's Daughters' grand marshal...
The Neptune's Daughters Mardi Gras mystic society will have a doctor on call when their parade rolls at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23: None other than former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin, who will serve as grand marshal.