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State ranked 44th in national child well-being survey
Limestone County ranked third in the state for overall child well-being.Continued ...
- Arrest reports for 7/23/14
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- Trial set again in borrowed movies murder
- APD arrests 2nd man in Senior Center burglary
- State ranked 44th in national child well-being survey
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Friend of man charged in hot car death speaks out
Police have said Justin Ross Harris's 22-month-old son, Cooper, died after being left inside a parked SUV while his father was at work at a Home Depot office in suburban Atlanta.Continued ...
- Alabama principal, counselor arrested
- Ex-Alabama Sen. Jeremiah Denton buried at Arlington
- Governor asks two ASU trustees to resign
- Delta cancels all Israel flights over missile fear
- Friend of man charged in hot car death speaks out
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County MVP, Reed, settling in to pro ball
It was a good year for Limestone County baseball. Ardmore and Athens Bible advanced to the state championship series, while Athens gave 5A runner-up Cullman all it could handle in the postseason.Continued ...
- Athens, West players drawing college football offers
- Athens' Ridgeway is News Courier’s Girls Soccer Player of the Year
- Sayer is News Courier’s Boys Soccer Player of the Year
- Williams battled injury to earn Limestone MVP honors
- County MVP, Reed, settling in to pro ball
SEC players mostly leave lobbying to others
Southeastern Conference players have mostly been content to let league administrators and coaches take up the drumbeat for NCAA reform — not that they're complaining.Continued ...
- Kentucky tries to turn talent into victories
- Slighted QB Wallace ready to lead Mississippi
- Georgia's Gurley: 2,000 yards 'would be awesome'
- Bama players motivated by sour ending to season
- SEC players mostly leave lobbying to others
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