• Mark Clark: Trivia about Major League Baseball’s postseason

    Mark Clark: Trivia about Major League Baseball’s postseason

    It is time for the end of baseball season and the beginning of its postseason. There have been a lot of things that have happened in the postseason that have been remarkable and some things that have not been remarkable, But, there have always been surprises. Today, I wanted to challenge your postseason knowledge of

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  • Perdue calls this season a ‘journey’

    Perdue calls this season a ‘journey’

    Glenwood made it over the .500 mark for the first time this season with two wins, one at home against Northside Methodist, 65-61 on Dec. 8 and the other at Calvary Christian on Dec. 11, 73-63. Those two wins improved the boy’s record to 5-3 after a 1-3 start this season. Glenwood Coach Dusty Perdue

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  • Talent abounds at Oliver Elementary

    Talent abounds at Oliver Elementary

    Putting on a show Oliver Elementary School held a United Way fund raiser talent show Dec. 1. Pictured are the winners for the kindergarten through second grade competition and third through fifth grade competition. Pictured left is: 1st Place – Paislee Jackson (Figure Skating), 2nd Place – Alicia Forest (Singing Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star), 3rd

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  • Circuit judge dismisses registrars, keeps Oswalt and city on notice in  voter fraud complaint

    Circuit judge dismisses registrars, keeps Oswalt and city on notice in voter fraud complaint

    A candidate-initiated complaint asking for an investigation of alleged wrongdoing in the special election to fill Phenix City’s vacant District 2 seat has been found to have merit. Russell County Circuit Court Judge Michael Bellamy issued a five-page order Monday regarding the matter of District 2 candidate Vickey Carter-Johnson v. Russell County Board of Registrars,

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  • Phenix City to join class action opioid lawsuit

    Phenix City to join class action opioid lawsuit

    The City of Phenix City is set to join a class action opioids lawsuit. The Phenix City Council voted Monday to ratify a resolution to let the mayor and city manager enter an agreement with a specialized law firm to represent the city in the matter. The firm will be Levin, Papantonio, Thomas, Mitchell, Rafferty

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