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9:23am

Tue September 8, 2009
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10:16am

Sat September 5, 2009
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10:45am

Fri September 4, 2009
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AUTISM-WEBSITE

Montgomery, AL – State launches Web site to give autism information
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MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - The state of Alabama has launched a Web
site to provide information about autism and autism-related
disorders to state residents.
The chairman of the state's Autism Task Force, Republican state
Rep. Cam Ward of Alabaster, said the Web site will provide
resources for teachers who have children with autism in their
classrooms. Ward said the site also offers information for parents
about services available to them.

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10:45am

Fri September 4, 2009
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AUTISM-WEBSITE

Montgomery, AL – State launches Web site to give autism information
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MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - The state of Alabama has launched a Web
site to provide information about autism and autism-related
disorders to state residents.
The chairman of the state's Autism Task Force, Republican state
Rep. Cam Ward of Alabaster, said the Web site will provide
resources for teachers who have children with autism in their
classrooms. Ward said the site also offers information for parents
about services available to them.

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10:39am

Fri September 4, 2009
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DPS - ACCIDENT REPORTS

Montgomery, Ala – MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama crash reports are now available
for purchase online through the Web site of the Alabama Department
of Public Safety.
Public Safety Director Chris Murphy says motorists can go to the
Web site instead of visiting their local driver license offices for
copies. The crash reports may be purchased with a credit card for
$17.
Murphy says his department processes about 150,000 crash reports
annually and sells nearly 60,000 copies of the reports each year.

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10:21am

Fri September 4, 2009
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Riley Plans Trip to Germany

Montgmomery, Ala – (AP) - Gov. Bob Riley has announced plans for a
five-day industry hunting trip to Germany.
Riley announced plans for the trip Thursday after meeting with
Germany's ambassador to the United States, Klaus Scharioth, and
Counsel General Lutz Goergens.
Riley said he will leave Alabama Tuesday and will meet in
Germany with officials from a company that is considering locating
in the state.
Riley said he and the German officials discussed strengthening
the partnership between Alabama and the European country.

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1:34pm

Thu September 3, 2009
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1:31pm

Thu September 3, 2009
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1:10pm

Thu September 3, 2009
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Senior Citizens Try to Save Pecan Tree

Munford, Ala – (AP) - A pecan tree next to the Munford City Hall
has been saved from the chain saw by protesting senior citizens who
see the tree as a living reminder of their lives in the small
Alabama town.
The Munford City Council voted Tuesday night to hire a tree
removal service to cut down the tree. City officials say it is
dropping limbs and sap on City Hall and it poses a safety hazard.
Regulars at the senior citizen center directly opposite the tree
decided that was overkill.

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12:59pm

Thu September 3, 2009
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Selma Wood Pellets Business Closes

Selma, Ala – (AP) - Dixie Pellets, which manufactures wood
pellets for heating, has closed its doors because it does not have
the funds to continue operating.
The company told about 70 workers Tuesday they should not return
to work.
Plant manager Bruce Gornto said "an unusual and an unforeseen
financial issue" gave the company no choice but to stop
operations.
Gornto is unsure if the plant will permanently close and said
they are working with people to resolve the issue. The company will

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