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Montgomery - After a long and contentious week, the Alabama Legislature completed the penultimate day of the 2021 Regular Session last week. Gambling and medical marijuana dominated debate in the House, causing the body to debate until midnight on both Tuesday and Thursday. The Senate experi… Read more

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Roanoke City Board of Education accepted some retirements and resignations and made some new hires during its meeting on Tuesday evening of last week. Read more

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Editor's note: The original version of this story erroneously stated that Dollar General was building a store in Woodland. Woodland mayor Scott Carter confirmed on Wednesday that Family Dollar is actually planning to build on the site. Read more

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WEDOWEE - There will be a new face behind the principal's desk at Randolph County High School in the fall, but he's not an unfamiliar face. Clifton Drummonds, better known as "Stick," will take over as principal at the end of this school year. Read more

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A Roanoke mother was transported by helicopter to Grady Hospital in Atlanta on Thursday morning of last week after being stabbed with a kitchen knife by her son. Read more

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MONTGOMERY - With less than a week remaining in the 2021 Regular Session, the Alabama State Legislature still has a number of weighty issues left to consider, including both budgets and legislation related to gaming, medical cannabis, pharmacy benefit managers and a number of other significa… Read more

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WEDOWEE - At last Tuesday's Wedowee Town Council meeting, Mayor Tim Coe and council members commended Wedowee resident Marleigh Bradley for the work she had done on a school project to hopefully get a traffic light at the intersection of Highway 431/Highway 48 East. Read more

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LAKE WEDOWEE - Lake Wedowee Property Owners Association, in cooperation with the Alabama Marine Police, has installed ten hazard buoys atop shoals in Lake Wedowee. The buoys mark areas that are too shallow to safely operate a boat at summer or winter water levels. Read more

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