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Landowners upset over proposed highway route

Alabama District 16 Representative Kyle South posted a series of images on Facebook on Feb. 25, showing details of a proposed interstate bypass project that would widen Highways 171 and 129. The bypass would start from 171 in Fayette County and meet Highway 129 in Winfield at an intersection on Highway 118. There has been no word from the governor or the Alabama Department of Transportation regarding a date and time for a public meeting to discuss the proposal.
FAYETTE COUNTY, AL
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“Mayberry Man” feature film premiering at The Bama Theatre

Gordo native Kenneth Junkin has spent almost four decades playing the part of a dissolute town drunk. The 73-year-old dons a seersucker sport coat, a crushed straw fedora and totes a brown jug as Otis Campbell, an infamous character of “The Andy Griffith Show,” at fairs, churches and now in a feature film premiering at The Bama Theatre this Saturday, June 25.
TUSCALOOSA, AL
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New water filters installed

GUIN — New water filters were installed at the Guin water treatment plant on Monday, June 6. The new granulated articular carbon filters are designed to filter out harmful chemicals, such as per- and polyfluoroalkyl. Four new filters were installed at the plant, located on Highway 43 just beside...
GUIN, AL
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Funeral services begin Monday evening for State Rep. Lynn Wright

PICKENS COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI) – Funeral services begin Monday evening for state Representative Lynn Wright. Visitation is from five until eight at Skelton Funeral Home in Reform. The funeral service will be Tuesday at 2 PM at Mount Zion Baptist Church in the New Hope community of Lowndes County.
LOWNDES COUNTY, MS
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U.S. factories pop up to make medical gloves, spurred by pandemic

FAYETTE, Alabama, (Reuters) – Rising from a muddy field on the outskirts of the small town of Fayette, Alabama is a bricks-and-mortar symbol of the global COVID pandemic: A new glove factory. When completed in 2024 the complex, owned by Japan’s SHOWA Glove Co will be able to produce...
FAYETTE, AL
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