Latest Lee County, Alabama Stories
EVANSTON, Ill., April 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Industrial employment in Alabama fell 6.8% over the past twelve months according to the 2010 Alabama Manufacturers RegisterÂ®, an industrial directory published annually by Manufacturers' News, Inc. (MNI) Evanston, IL.
By Katie Stallcup, Opelika-Auburn News, Ala. Aug. 5--Six more city department heads outlined their goals for the next two years in the second city council two-year budget session for the City of Auburn Monday night.
By Opelika-Auburn News, Ala. Jul. 31--Nobody enjoys being called fat. It's an insult. But when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called Alabama fat earlier this month, it's nothing more than the cold, hard truth.
By Donathan Prater, Opelika-Auburn News, Ala. Jul. 30--For more than six decades it's towered over Auburn's University's landscape, greeting generations of students.
By Sara Pauff, Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, Ga. Jul. 27--Based on sheer numbers, Jason Yohn has a challenging year ahead of him. He's the new principal at Smiths Station High School, the biggest school in the Lee County system and one of the largest in the state of Alabama.
By Katie Stallcup, Opelika-Auburn News, Ala. Jul. 23--Despite recent rainfall, East Alabama is still in a severe drought according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.
By Beverly Harvey, Opelika-Auburn News, Ala. Jul. 22--Ted Dotson has donated blood a number of times, but he's never received a professional massage. Dotson was able to do both Monday afternoon at the LifeSouth Community Blood Centers blood drive at East Alabama Medical Center.
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