By the slimmest of margins, the Houston County Commission authorized a request to pay $75,000 for road work related to the proposed construction of a new Chick-fil-A in Dothan.Commissioners Curtis Harvey, Doug Sinquefield and Mark Culver approved the request to help with the construction of controlled left-in turn lanes for the restaurant and Southeast Alabama Medical Center near Ross Clark Circle on the east side.
TROY – A Troy quarterback rushed for a critical long touchdown for the second consecutive game, but this time the honors did not belong to senior starter Brandon Silvers.Sophomore backup Kaleb Barker sprinted for a 48-yard score in the early portion of the second quarter, giving the Trojans a 16-3 lead over Akron and some breathing room.
TROY – It took almost 57 minutes for Troy’s offense to click on all cylinders, and fortunately, that left the Trojans with just enough time to pick up a win Saturday.The Trojans capped a two-minute drive with a 23-yard touchdown pass from Brandon Silvers to Deondre Douglas with about a minute left, zipping past Akron for a 22-17 victory at Veterans Memorial Stadium.The drive came after the Trojans dominated most of the game and after the Zips had taken a 17-16 lead with 5:37 left in the...
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Selecting a term
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