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Richard Shelby Jan 7
Began my 2019 county visits this weekend with the Chamber of Commerce. Enjoyed talking with them about economic development, education, electricity, and ways we can continue to support local concerns & priorities for the community.
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Rogue Climate Jan 8
We FILLED the house tonight in ! Over 1,000 people came to tell and the Department of State Lands to .
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Mayor Q Sep 26
Had an outstanding conversation this morning with on public safety, criminal justice, and incarceration (and alternatives) in our community. Thank you. More ahead.
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Jim Byard Jr Apr 29
Sunset in Northeast Alabama!
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Rogue Climate Jan 9
community members voiced concerns about everything from climate to eminent domain to clean drinking water at the Department of State Lands hearing. Over one thousand showed up last night to . Stand with us !
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TomKingMS Apr 25
Got to spend some time with my friend & supporter Sheriff Mike Ezell at Women's Founders Day Luncheon. I appreciate his support as I campaign for re-election. Let's keep moving forward...together!
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M2S sec Mar 10
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Natalie Fultz FOX 5 Jan 3
Wishing a great first day back to school for students in , , , , , and ! Be sure to be patient on the roads as everyone gets back into the swing of things!
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Shannon Barger Nov 9
Today we are not fans of or individually, but we are fans of both collectively as one community! Go early and stay late as Jackson County tries to bring home 2 state titles! #PacktheHouse
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MariaEsther Jun 5
Did you know that by the late 1850s half the population of was enslaved? Slaveowners in the region often hired parties to violently pursue, catch and return people who fled enslavement. This is the story of one ’s experience.
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Amanda Rose Jul 10
Is the homeless population decreasing in ? According to recent data, it is... but some people disagree.
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Megan Hiler Jun 24
Right now across the country, there are more than 100,000 people waiting for an . Anthony Ellis of used to be on that list, waiting for a kidney, until a family friend stepped up.
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SkyFlok Apr 8
Officials in Jackson County, Georgia, paid $400,000 to cyber-criminals this week to get rid of a ransomware infection and regain access to their IT systems. Read more in the article:
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FourthPartoftheWorld Jun 5
CheckOut ’s & more in-depth look into in through the experience of a who fled her enslavement & was violently pursued by a hired vigilante group.
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George Gainer Sep 17
Kicked off the first week of committee meetings for the 2020 Legislative Session with some special guests from the City of Jacob in . Rep and I were able to discuss the city’s most urgent needs and the upcoming Jacob Day to be held this Saturday!
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Cybers Guards Apr 8
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Tony Carvajal Apr 17
Ending with tour of . Good idea for at least 2 reasons: success story helped after & chance to end day petting some cute boarders.
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Paula W Phillips Jun 4
Teachers on summer vacation—Orton-Gillingham training in
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Carrie Koelker Nov 22
Congratulations to Daryl Parker, Jackson County Conservation Director as he soon ventures into retirement. His vision, leadership, and dedication has made a lasting footprint on many fronts. I'm thrilled we could celebrate your service!
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Kevin Husted Feb 23
We will whole heartedly accept that! Thank you for being here
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