Ozark City Council Approves Culvert Repair

By Christopher Mobley

During the Ozark City Council Agenda held on Tuesday, November 2, City Council approved culvert repair on Morgan Lane and Sheldon Court. The repairs, which will come in the form of a trenchless system from Vortex. The new system will cost $279,256.25, which will be paid from ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act). 

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Auburn falls 24-22 to No. 3 Alabama in quadruple OT Iron Bowl

(Editors Note: Story reprinted from www.AuburnTigers.com)

AUBURN, Ala. – With a ferocious pass rush and precision coverage, Auburn kept No. 3 Alabama out of the end zone until the final minute before falling 24-22 in quadruple overtime Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium in the Iron Bowl.

Bryce Young's two-point pass to John Metchie accounted for the winning points after Auburn went first and threw an incompletion in the fourth overtime. 

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NORAD is Ready to Track Santa’s Flight for the 66th Year

PETERSON SPACE FORCE BASE, Colo. — The North American Aerospace Defense Command is celebrating the 66th Anniversary of tracking Santa’s yuletide journey around the globe! The NORAD Tracks Santa website, www.noradsanta.org, launching Decemeber, features Santa’s North Pole Village, which includes a holiday countdown, games, movie theater, holiday music, webstore, and more. The website is available in eight languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, and Chinese. 

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Ozark Dairy Queen Hosts Alabama Auto Enthusiasts Cruise In

By Christopher Mobley

Loud pipes, hot rods, and a whole lot of chrome brought out the community this past Saturday for the Alabama Auto Enthusiasts’ “Dairy Queen Cruise in Fundraiser.”

Located at the local Dairy Queen, spectators and fellow enthusiasts of all ages came together to enjoy cool cars on a cool night. From classic cars, to fresh off the lot; from American muscle, to smart cars; there was something for everyone to enjoy. A great opportunity for locals to not only enjoy the cars, but also come together and interact with their fellow neighbors. 

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Ozark Counselor Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

By Christina Faulkner

An Ozark counselor has been arrested on charges of Possession with Intent to Disseminate Child Pornography, Attempted Electronic Solicitation of a Child, and Receiving Stolen Property in the 2nd degree. James C. Abshire, Jr., 59, of Newton, was arrested Wednesday, November 24 following an investigation that began in October of this year. 

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M1 Support Services Receives Material Readiness Award Two Years Running

M1 Support Services (M1) is a quiet presence in the Wiregrass community, but the efforts of its workforce to support Ft. Rucker were publicly recognized by the Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA). 

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Alabama Wins its 29th SEC Championship, in a 41-24 Win Over GA

(Editors Note: Story reprinted from www.RollTide.com)

ATLANTA – In the 30th Southeastern Conference Championship Game, the No. 3/4/2 Alabama football team beat No. 1/1/1 Georgia, 41-24 in Mercedes Benz Stadium Saturday. With the win, the Crimson Tide has now won 29 SEC Championships, including 10 coming via the SEC Championship Game.

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Rusty Greeer Named to the 2022 Alabama Sports Hall of Fame

Fort Rucker native and baseball player, Rusty Greer, will be inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame with the Class of 2022 on May 7. The Class was selected by ballot through a statewide selection committee; votes were tabulated by the accounting firm of Pricewaterhouse Coopers. 

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Fear, Fraud and Fauci

BY JONATHAN REISMAN

 

Tony Fauci is America’s senior public health bureaucrat. He is the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), where he oversees and greenlights millions of dollars of taxpayer funded research, and Senior Medical Advisor to President Brandon. He is also an egomaniacal serial liar and a power hungry enemy of freedom. If Nurse Ratched from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest was a transgender octogenarian, Tony Fauci is what you would have. 

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Dale County Schools Participate in Divisional Career Development Event

By Christina Faulkner

Four Dale County schools participated in the Alabama South District Land Judging Career Development Event at 4C Farms in Ariton this November. Ariton, Dale County High School, G.W. Long High School, and South Dale Middle School each participated in the November event with hopes of reaching the state elimination event. The district pre-elimination event was an opportunity for students to apply in practice what they have learned in the classroom.

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