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Duck Fest Happening this Weekend at Rotary Park

THE LCSAP ANNUAL DUCK FEST WILL BE HELD SATURDAY FROM 11:00 AM UNTIL 2:00 PM AT ROTARY PARK IN LAWRENCEBURG. BRING A LAWN CHAIR AND ENJOY LIVE MUSIC FROM OVERDRIVE. KIDS CAN PARTICIPATE WITH TOUCH-A-TRUCK AND PLAY LOTS OF FUN GAMES. TWO DUCK DROPS ARE SCHEDULED; 12:30 AND 1:30. ADMISSION IS FREE TO THIS FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT HOSTED BY THE LAWRENCE COUNTY SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION COALITION. HELP LAWRENCE COUNTY DUCK AND RECOVER FROM DRUGS. SPONSORED BY DOSS BROTHERS AND GRAPHIC PACKAGING.
LAWRENCEBURG, TN
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Athens one win away from state crown

OXFORD — Great pitching and timely hitting has the Athens Golden Eagles one step away from a state championship. Athens is the lone undefeated team left in the Class 6A softball state tournament at Choccolocco Park. The Golden Eagles (41-10) are scheduled to play the state championship game today...
ATHENS, AL
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Golden Eagles advance to 6A Softball Championship

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) -The road to success starts here. That’s the motto for the Athens Golden Eagles softball team entering Day one of the 6A Softball Championships in Oxford, Alabama. So far, so good. Athens went undefeated in the winners bracket beating Pell City and Helena to advance to Wednesday’s 6A Championship game at Choccolocco Park.
OXFORD, AL
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Alabama Veterans Museum in Athens receives $1 million grant

ATHENS — The Alabama Veterans Museum has been awarded a $1 million grant from the state that will allow it to proceed with the second phase of renovations to the museum. A museum press release says the renovations will include upgrading the air conditioning system and meeting venue, repairing the roof, installing new signage and creating a Veterans Park in front of the museum.
ATHENS, AL
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Bat Cats Sign Lawrence County Hurler

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Athens State to add 5 new degree programs this fall

Students at Athens State University will have even more options for their bachelor's or master's degree starting this fall. The university announced five new programs had been approved by the Alabama Commission on Higher Education to begin during the Fall 2022 semester. They include a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Systems Management, Master of Accountancy, Master of Science degrees in Computer Science and Cybersecurity, and a Master of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies.
ATHENS, AL
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“The A List” Preview: Fawn Weaver of Uncle Nearest

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SHELBYVILLE, TN
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John Randall Rogers

John Randall “Randy” Rogers of Pulaski passed away on Tuesday, May 17, 2022 at his residence. He was born in Pulaski, TN on September 26, 1965 and was 56 years old. He was a 1983 graduate of Giles County High School. He worked as a satellite technician for many years. He enjoyed spending time with his family and his animals and always loved to fish.
PULASKI, TN
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Tigers punch their ticket to the State Championship series

The Hartselle Tigers punched their return trip ticket to the 6A State Championship series with a sweep of visiting Hazel Green this past Friday. Hartselle defeated the Trojans 11-5 and 5-1 to make their 12th appearance in the State Championship under legendary head coach William Booth. The Tigers are looking for their 9th State Championship under the long-time coach.
HARTSELLE, AL
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