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  • Satsuma BOE secures $2 million for second bond issue for sports complex
    The Satsuma Board of Education held a brief but lucrative meeting, on Feb. 4 — a 20-minute session, securing about $2 million dollars.
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  • College Woods residents want out of Prichard
    Boosted by a Saraland City resolution proclaiming it would “strongly consider” de-annexation, College Woods continues its drive to leave Prichard. The community is ready, Saraland is willing, but Prichard is noncommittal.
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  • McGill-Toolen's Ollinger breaks own state pole vaulting record
    McGill-Toolen's Margaret Ollinger established herself as the state's best female pole vaulter when she cleared a state-meet record 13 feet, 1¼ inches at the Alabama High School Athletic Association state indoor track and field championships at the CrossPlex Athletic Facility in Birmingham on Feb. 5.
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  • Mobile Girl Scout Liana Mosley starts recycling program
    With the current trend of preserving the environment and recycling in mind, Girl Scout Liana Mosley from Troop 8605 earned her Bronze Award by reducing the amount of trash disposed of at a local youth center.
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  • Mardi Gras shooting victims identified
    Mobile Police Chief James Barber identified the victims of two shootings which happened after Tuesday night's Mardi Gras parades, the Call News has learned.
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  • Citronelle police seek help in locating escapee
    A man being brought into Citronelle police headquarters escaped custody late Tuesday night while an officer was processing a second suspect and police need the public's help to locate him.
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  • Car chase ends with suspect placed under arrest
    After an hour-long chase through much of north Mobile County, Richard George Emge was charged with nine offenses Monday.
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  • Suspects arrested in string of Saraland car burglaries
    Two men who Jefferson County authorities said were involved in a violent crime rampage Feb. 3 in suburban Birmingham are also linked to a cluster of auto break-ins in Saraland earlier in the day and in the two days previous, according to Saraland police.
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  • Alabama Power Company warns customers of bill-collecting scam
    Persons posing as Alabama Power Company bill collectors are making phone calls to power company customers demanding payment for overdue bills, and the power company is warning people that such callers are scammers.
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  • Brewton PD seeks public assistance in locating missing 16-year-old
    The Brewton Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating Brooke Lee Bridges.
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  • USS Farragut visits Mobile for Mardi Gras
    Amid music played by the Bay City Brass Band, greetings from Azalea Trail Maids, USS Alabama Crewmates and several dignitaries, the guided missile destroyer USS Farragut (DDG 99) docked at the Alabama State Port Authority on Feb. 5 to celebrate Mardi Gras.
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  • AHSAA area basketball tournaments scheduled this week
    Postseason basketball has arrived for Alabama High School Athletic Association members, and it provides a busy slate of games for the Mobile County, Washington County and surrounding areas.
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  • Citronelle youth basketball league growing
    — In its second year of operation, the Citronelle Youth Basketball Association has not only grown sharply in participation, but it has begun to develop players who will hopefully make winning a regular experience at Citronelle High School in a few years.
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  • Voter registration deadline is Feb. 15
    All Alabama voters are reminded that pursuant to Alabama law, they are to vote at the poll that serves the election precinct in which the voter currently resides.
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