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Santa Fe National Forest waiving fees for Public Lands day
The Santa Fe National Forest announced it will waive fees at many day-use recreation sites on Saturday, September 24. This year’s theme is ‘Giving Back Together,’ encouraging people to participate in trail restoration, trash clean up and other projects. The trail restoration will be at the Borrego and Bear Wallow Trail #150 near Hyde Park.See the Story
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Police Make Arrests Related to Crime | Department of Public Safety
The Nederland Police Department made the following responses between July 4 and July 10. A death was reported in the 800 block of S 21st Street. Someone was arrested for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and evading arrest. A personal was taken in on a mental commitment in the 3500 block of Avenue H.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Valley man killed in Lee County vehicle versus motorcycle crash
Victims identified as Dylan Richards, 28, from Goshen and Joseph McQuagge of Glenwood, 28. Accident reportedly occurred at around 9 p.m. on Pike County 3339 near Pike County 3316. The victims have been identified as Richards and Mc quagge.See the Story
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ALEA issues statement regarding college bomb threats - The Troy Messenger
More than a dozen colleges and universities received bomb threats in the State of Alabama on Wednesday, July 27, and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) has cleared all of these schools as safe. According to a release from ALEA, colleges and universities across the entire country received similar bomb threats. “ALEA is aware of […]The post ALEA issues statement regarding college bomb threats appeared first on The Troy Messenger.See the Story
Landmarks to be lit yellow in recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. 15 New York landmarks and bridges will be illuminated in yellow. In the United States, about 10,470 children under the age of 15 will be diagnosed with cancer in this year. About 1,050 children will die from the disease, according to the American Cancer Society.See the Story
Parents have questions after 2 Oxford school board members resign in less than a week
Oxford school board member resigns for second time in less than a week. Last week it was former Oxford School Board President Tom Donnelly. This week it is board treasurer Korey Bailey. Local 4 last spoke to Donnelly at the board's Aug. 23 meeting.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Kay Ivey · Alabama
Kay Ivey announces Innovate Alabama’s small business grant program
Alabama-based recipients of Phase I and Phase II Federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grants are eligible to apply for up to $250,000 in supplemental funding. The application for the first round of funding opened July 1.See the Story
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National Trucker Appreciation week: America’s truck drivers are celebrated for essential work
Yellow Corporation truckers Esther Parsons, Russ Simpson and senior VP of trucker relations Bryan Reifsnyder joined "Fox & Friends" on Sept. 16, 2022, for National Trucker Appreciation Week.See the Story
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Troy · Troy
Byrd Drugs sold - The Troy Messenger
Joe Watson walked into his home and said to his wife, “It’s time.” Evelyn Watson nodded in agreement. “I have always been told that you know when it’s time to retire,” Joe Watson said, with a smile. “I knew ‘that’ day that it was time.” Watson said there was nothing significate about that day — […]The post Byrd Drugs sold appeared first on The Troy Messenger.See the Story
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Charles Henderson inducted into Men’s Hall Of Fame - The Troy Messenger
Former Alabama Governor Charles Henderson (1860-1937) a native of Pike County, was inducted into the Alabama Men’s Hall of Fame at The Club in Birmingham on September 20, 2022. Founded by the Alabama legislature in 1987, the hall recognizes men whose lives have impacted the state, nation and the world. In noting the impact of […]The post Charles Henderson inducted into Men’s Hall Of Fame appeared first on The Troy Messenger.See the Story