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Coroner Robert Byrd closes in on historic run with victory

HOUSTON COUNTY, Ala. (WTVY) - Houston County Coroner Robert Byrd won the Republican nomination on Tuesday, defeating Kendall Glover. His victory potentially gives Byrd tenth term that would make him the longest-serving elected official in county history. Only Houston County Chairman Mark Culver rivals Byrd’s longevity—both first won election in...
HOUSTON COUNTY, AL
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Coach Robert Byrd attended Rotary along with 4 of his players

Coach Robert Byrd attended Rotary along with 4 of his players. Coach Byrd has been Head Coach of Men's and Women's Colts Basketball for 2 years. His players are actively involved in community events such as Fiesta Fest, assisting with Pee Wee Basketball and UA Golf Tournament scheduled for June 18 in Nashville. Major fundraiser for Colts will be held April 8 at Lockesburg Gym. Tickets for Annual Draw Down are $50 which includes 2 fish dinners and chance to win $2500. Lockesburg Gym has been renovated to larger court size to qualify for regional tournaments. In the off season, Coach Byrd concentrates on recruiting players from local community and surrounding states.
LOCKESBURG, AR
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Weirton Daily Times

Robert Byrd

Robert Byrd, 84, of Weirton passed away Tuesday, December 28, 2021, in Marietta, Georgia, following an extended period of illness. Born on January 7, 1937, in Weirton, Robert was the second of six children born to William M. and Evelyn Motley Byrd. Robert grew up in Weirton and graduated from...
WEIRTON, WV
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Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge Annual Pass Winner”Snowy” by Robert Byrd

The Chincoteague Chamber of Commerce was happy to collaborate with Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) again this year to host the 2021 Annual Pass Photo Contest. Five finalists out of fifty-five entries from amateur photographers were selected by chamber staff. Leaders from various organizations in the community then chose their favorite from these five.
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