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  • Roanoke, Randolph County, Alabama — July 5, 2015
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Shooting black bears is illegal in Alabama.

Illegal to shoot black bear in Alabama

HEFLIN--After allegedly shooting at a black bear seen in Heflin on June 16, a local man has been charged with breaking the state's bear protection laws.

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Wednesday 07/01/2015
Doctor has deep roots in Randolph County

Dr. Lewis E. Sellers will be coming to Roanoke every other Wednesday to serve patients in Dr. Russell Peterson's office.

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Healthcare Authority pays off $615,690 loan

WEDOWEE--Randolph County HealthCare Authority (RCHCA) approved several large expenditures during its meeting on Thursday evening of last week.

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Fugitive believed to have left area

Although Randolph County deputies will continue to look and ask questions, Sheriff David Cofield said they feel like Audel Cabrera Penaloza, the fugitive sought last week in northern Randolph County by law enforcement, has left the area.

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Juveniles charged with break-in, vandalism at Woodland High School

WOODLAND--Two juveniles were arrested and charged in connection with a break-in at Woodland High School.

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Police recover stolen camper

A fifth-wheel camper stolen from 700 Williams St. Monday night was recovered on Tuesday by Roanoke Police.

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Man injured in fall from tree

WEDOWEE--A Wedowee man is recovering after being hurt on Wednesday morning of last week while preparing to cut down a large tree.

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Woman injured in crash

HEFLIN--A Ranburne woman remains hospitalized at University Hospital in Birmingham because of injuries from a vehicle accident in Heflin on Tuesday night of last week.

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Wednesday 06/24/2015
City schools replace long-time board member

Roanoke Board of Education members and family and friends of Penny Bradshaw celebrated her retirement from the school board last Tuesday, June 16.

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Vietnam veterans visit 'brother' in Roanoke

A band of brothers came to Roanoke Friday to visit with an old friend, Don Quick. They came from all over to talk about their army days.

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