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Decatur, AL | Mon, August 31, 2015

Phase 3 of robotics park set for November completion; marketing dollars may be cut

The third and final phase of the Alabama Robotics Technology Park outside Decatur is expected to be completed this fall.

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ACT scores show students not ready for college coursework

The majority of seniors in Lawrence, Limestone and Morgan public schools are not fully prepared for college-level classes, according to ACT results the state released last week.

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Biding his time: Morris persists in bid for Alabama QB job

TUSCALOOSA — Jeff Fleener and Tom Westerberg had worried all week about whether their once-gangly and awkward starting quarterback could be the kind of Texas gunslinger they needed to hold off state heavyweight Cedar Hill.

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