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ALGOP selects Hoover City Councilman Mike Shaw as House District 47 nominee

The Alabama Republican Party Candidate Committee has selected Hoover City Councilman Mike Shaw to be its nominee for Alabama House District 47 (Vestavia Hills and Hoover). “This was very difficult decision because there were many outstanding candidates who applied for the position. Each and every one would have represented the district with distinction. However, there can only be one nominee. I would like to congratulate Mike Shaw on his selection, and thank all of those who expressed their interest in serving. Their commitment to the people of House District 47 and our Party is to be commended,” said Alabama Republican Party Chairman John Wahl.
HOOVER, AL
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County Engineer Mike Shaw retires

Marion County Engineer Mike Shaw, 62, has retired after 23 years working to improve the county. The empty position Shaw leaves behind will be filled be Hamilton native Chris Wilbanks who will start his work on Friday, April 1. “I’m getting older, and I want to spend time with my...
MARION COUNTY, AL
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Dinner and silent auction benefit for Mike Shaw

A free-will donation benefit dinner for Mike Shaw of Tarkio will be held Sunday, January 16, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Tarkio Community Building. A silent auction will also take place. The event is being sponsored by the Tarkio United Methodist Church and Tarkio Fire Department. Stop by...
TARKIO, MO
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Madison native Mike Shaw brings D-III football to area with Culver's Isthmus Bowl

Mike Shaw was getting a lot of puzzled looks as he made his pitch. It wasn’t so much that his idea was out-of-the-box, as bowl games for NCAA Division III football teams have been happening for about a decade. But the curiosity Shaw drew as he tried to drum up sponsorships for such a game to be played in Wisconsin was about him.
MADISON, NC