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Dothan, Alabama News

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Alabama Governor to Swear in New Corrections Commissioner Gov. Robert Bentley will swear in a new head of Alabama's troubled prison system on Wednesday.
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New Opp Librarian A hometown girl is named as Opp's new library director...
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Samson Street Grant Samson receives a 350-thousand dollar Federal Community Development Block Grant...
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Geneva Active Shooter Training The Geneva County Sheriff's Office hosts a two-day active training course...
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Mitch McNab Back To Prison Convicted Dothan Attorney Mitch McNab is headed back behind bars.
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More Peanuts, Less Cotton in 2015 for AL Farmers The spring outlook for Alabama farmers reflects national trends.
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Head of Alabama Education Association Resigns Henry Mabry has stepped down as the leader of the Alabama Education Association.
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Alabama Lawmakers Get Back to Work Alabama lawmakers are returning to Montgomery to begin addressing a number of major issues remaining this session.
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Ga. Dept. of Natural Resources Seeking Public Input on Proposed Hunting Regulations Georgia wildlife officials are inviting public comments on proposed changes to hunting regulations.
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New Georgia Law Makes Thousands Eligible for High School Diploma Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has signed a bill into law that will give Georgians who were denied their high school diplomas an opportunity to petition for one.
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