Monthly Archives: October 2021

Today in Johnson City History: October 28 | Life

28 October 1875: The Herald and Tribune reported that the Washington County Sunday School convention was recently held. Professor H. Presnell was the chairman of the organization and Professor RH Dungan was the secretary. “Twenty-four Sunday schools in the county reported, showing 2,007 students and teachers. It was thought that …

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Will Nick Saban train for another 10 years?

Alabama football Fans want Nick Saban to coach Crimson Tide for many more seasons to come. But it’s not the Crimson Tide fans who are focusing more on when Nick Saban retires from coaching. For many college football fans, tomorrow wouldn’t be too soon. In recent years, most of the …

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Woman shot dead while driving on highway, man arrested

MONTGOMERY, Alabama (WSFA) – A Pike County man was arrested after authorities said he admitted shooting and killing a woman on a highway on Tuesday. Pike County Sheriff Russell Thomas says Dustin Byrd, 33, of Goshen, is charged with murder. Thomas said the sheriff’s office received a call about an …

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Freshman Progression, Game 7

The state of Mississippi has 42 red shirts and real freshmen on this year’s list. Of those 42, 11 played in the Vanderbilt game. The eleven freshmen who played included redshirt freshman defensive end Jevon Banks, true freshman linebacker Ty Cooper, redshirt freshman long snapper Colby Cox, redshirt freshman defensive …

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Jeremy Ruckert climbs in Ohio State football record book

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. –Jeremy Ruckert comes very close to Ohio State’s all-time list for touchdowns. Scoring two 54-7 wins in Indiana on Saturday night, his career tally climbed to 11, leaving him close to matching Jake Stoneburner for most in program history. His first touchdown came late in the second quarter …

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Doors installed in Alabama bat cave to protect habitat

ANNISTON, Alabama (AP) – Gates were installed at the mouth of a cave in eastern Alabama to protect the habitat of two endangered species that live in the cave, the national agency said. wildlife. Extracted by the Confederacy during the Civil War for saltpetre, a component of gunpowder, Weaver Cave …

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Kitsie Claxton: Staples would be a dedicated adviser to Auburn

On Election Day, I will enthusiastically vote for Dana Staples for Auburn City Councilor, confident that he would represent the residents of our city with great dedication. As chair of the Auburn Global Plan 2020 Update Committee, Dana has demonstrated leadership that has helped advance varied discussions on key issues …

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University towns plan to challenge 2020 census results

Some college towns are planning to challenge the 2020 census results, claiming they have been wronged because the pandemic has forced students to leave campuses and complaining that undercoverage could cost them money and prestige federal. University communities such as Bloomington, Indiana; Tuscaloosa, Alabama; and State College in Pennsylvania are …

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Auburn NFL rally: Josh Bynes plays his purple heart for the Ravens

After surrendering 523 yards in a 31-25 overtime win over the Indianapolis Colts on Monday night, the Baltimore Ravens changed their defense for Sunday’s division chiefs showdown with the Los Angeles Chargers. Josh Bynes joined Patrick Queen as the Ravens’ starting inside linebacker. Bynes had played 18 defensive snaps in …

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Auburn sweeps Missouri in historic win on schedule

Next match: Missouri 10/17/2021 | 1:00 p.m. SEC + network AUBURN, Alabama – After losing 12 games to Missouri, Auburn Volleyball (11-6, 3-4 SEC) swept the Tigers (3-16, 0-6 SEC) in straight sets (25-23, 25-14, 25- 15) Saturday at Auburn Arena for the program’s first series victory since 1996. “We …

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Local farmers’ markets provide products from the plains

With the weather getting colder in Auburn, it’s time to get out there and pick up some produce for some fall recipes. Hornsby Farms, Parkway Farmers’ Market, and Opelika Grows are three fall markets that residents of Lee County should try. At O-Grows, broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage are staple this …

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BancorpSouth Bank and Cadence Bancorporation Receive Final Regulatory Approval for Merger

TUPELO, Miss. and Houston, texas, October 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – BancorpSouth Bank (NYSE: BXS) (“BancorpSouth”) and Cadence Bancorporation (NYSE: CADE) (“Cadence”), the parent company of Cadence Bank, NA, announced that their proposed merger has received l ‘Federal Deposit Insurance Company Final Approval (“FDIC”). The FDIC approval follows recent …

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Expect both sides to light up the dashboard

South Georgia vs South Alabama odds South Georgia Coasts +3 (-115) Southern Alabama Coastlines -3 (-105) Moneyline +130 / -150 More less 49.5 Time 7:30 p.m. ET TV ESPNU Odds via DraftKings. Be up to date college football odds here. The Eagles and Jaguars enter this week’s Thursday night game …

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Cam Newton set to be Seattle Seahawks’ next QB

Auburn‘s last football player to win the Heisman Trophy and the main architect of the Tigers’ only national championship in the 21st century should not be out of work right now. While it was nice to have Cam Newton alongside Bruce Pearl and the men’s basketball team (and Maddie Prewett) …

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AP Top 25 Poll: Alabama Falls To No.5, Auburn Falls

Posted: Oct 10, 2021 1:10 PM CDT Update: October 10, 2021 1:20 PM CDT through Alabama News Network Staff After losses on Saturday, Alabama fell to 5th place and Auburn dropped out of the latest AP Top 25 College Football Poll. Alabama lost to then unranked Texas A&M on a …

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Jeremiah Bartlett: Vote Staples for Auburn City Council

I am happy and delighted to support Dana Staples in her candidacy for the General Council position in Auburn. I have worked with Dana for several years now, first as a member of the Complete Streets Committee, and then this year, of the Comprehensive Plan Update Group. Dana chaired this …

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More States observe Indigenous Peoples Day

CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) – The Columbus Day celebrations in the United States – meant to honor the legacy of the man credited with discovering the New World – are almost as old as the nation itself. However, since the 1990s, a growing number of states have started replacing Columbus Day …

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Restaurants bemoan delays with non-digitized suppliers

The restaurant industry has been notoriously slow to embrace new technologies. Even though consumer routines like ordering and payment were quickly digitized during the pandemic, behind-the-scenes processes have remained mostly manual for many restaurants. Yet even for forward-thinking restaurants that have taken advantage of the digital tools available to bring …

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The Fall Sundown concert series is back at Kiesel Park

This fall, Auburn Parks and Recreation is hosting the Sundown Concert Series at Kiesel Park. The Sundown Concert Series features four concerts at Kiesel Park on Thursday evenings from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Admission is free for the public with an on-site vendor to purchase food and treats. The …

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Live markets, Wednesday October 6, 2021

Antipodean stock markets fell on Tuesday when a signal of an unexpected tightening from the Australian banking regulator was followed by a brutal and hawkish decision on New Zealand rates. The benchmark S & P / ASX 200 started Wednesday’s session higher, but ended 0.6% lower at 7,206.5 points. The …

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Inclusive Prosperity: Regions Community Development Corporation invests $ 2 million in Optus Bank to empower underserved communities | Your money

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – (BUSINESS WIRE) – October 5, 2021– Regions Community Development Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Regions Bank, on Tuesday announced a $ 2 million equity investment in Optus Bank, a federally appointed minority depository institution and community development financial institution (CDFI ). This press release features multimedia. …

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