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March 31, 2006
Mammoth host committee to kick off Mobile attorney's try for a circuit judgeship.

March 30, 2006
Sierra Club denounces offshore drilling plan.

March 29, 2006
Shelby announces $17.6 million in federal funds to assist in repairing roads damaged by Hurricane Katrina.

John Tyson, Jr. to speak at Decatur Democratic conference Saturday.

March 28, 2006
A reception in honor of the retirement and 90th birthday of U.S. Senior District Judge Virgil Pittman at 5:30 p.m. today.

Mobile Airport Authority to get $1.35 million to abate noise.
March 23, 2006
The Political Round-Up: Yet another candidate for sheriff; the ins and outs of campaign consulting; a Democratic challenger doubting Thomas; local attorney not conflicted; more political potpourri.

Quail Hunting School: Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it Harry?

March 22, 2006
Reception set in support of Chris Pringle's campaign for state Senate, District 34.

March 21, 2006
Duncan Crow to kick off campaign for judgeship Thursday.

March 20, 2006
Mobile attorney Jim Ziegler no stranger to controversy, says Roll Call.

March 17, 2006
The political round-up: County exec moving to the city?; Chris Galanos: To be or not to be?; His honor in her honor's corner; Parsing the political conflicts.

March 16, 2006
Irish facts.

Retired Mobile Police Chief Sam Cochran has officially qualified to run for sheriff of Mobile County.

March 15, 2006
John Tyson Jr. makes it official, qualifies as a Democrat for Alabama attorney general.

March 14, 2006
What's black and white and red all over? Newspapers' bottom lines? Nope, but the profit models, they are achangin'.

Mainstream news outlets beginning to innovate and invest in online journalism.

Fade to Black: The twilight of film photography.

Old-School Paranoia: Rewatching Francis Ford Coppola's 1974 wiretap masterpiece.

Gawking in Memphis: Two inconclusive days with Republican activists.

CIA Wins 2006 "Rosemary Award" for Worst Freedom of Information Performance by a Federal Agency.

Mad Cow Disease and still no animal ID system.

March 13, 2006
Down Mobile Bay 1935.

Life in the Ivory Towers: Man and Allah Akbar at Yale.

Print, online newspaper advertising up in 2005.

Reporters call for release of Abu Ghraib photos.

Insurers call for stronger building codes in Florida panhandle.

Like a good wine, U.S./Europe accord on wine took time.

March 11, 2006
Bridge to Sand Island?

Meeting set on public access to water from Bayfront Park on Dauphin Island.

March 10, 2006
The political round-up: Democrats have a surprise in congressional race, a new entry for juvenile judge, interim police chief tapped.

Criminal complaint lodged against three church fire suspects.

Bush visits Gautier, Ms., discusses Gulf Coast rebuilding efforts.

Cigarette sales plummet to historic low.

Public access to vital records threatened by Terrorism Prevention Act.

For Sopranos' cast, like the Mob, getting whacked rarely pleasant.

March 9, 2006
Gulf Coast solons back offshore oil and gas revenue sharing bill.

March 8, 2006
A host committee more than 100 strong will stage a fundraiser for a retiring Mobile police chief's attempt to become only the fourth sheriff in Mobile County in more than 50 years.

Shelby announces $365,000 grant for University of South Alabama.

Alabama has nation's most improved employment picture.

ICE agents in Fairhope seize cocaine worth $1 million.

March 7, 2006
Carbon fiber cars could put U.S. on highway to efficiency.

U.S., Israel to bleed for delusional west Europe.

Fix for New Orleans means big payday for Corps' insider.

Internet neutrality crucial in ATT/Bellsouth merger. Merger is bad, merger is good. Take your pick.

Tax cut led to largest one-year increase in tax revenue in history.

U.S./Mexico cement trade deal, should aid in rebuilding Gulf Coast.

March 6, 2006
Jackson, Sharpton, other aging civil rights warriors 'Bama-bound.

National academies release fact sheets on potential terroists' attacks.

Hidden docketing system keeps hundreds of cases shrouded in nation's capital.

IRS wishes Academy Award nominees the best of luck, but says
"goodie bags" qualify as taxable income.

Drink your Noni juice.

Pirates push Chilean sea bass to the brink.

Wal-Mart bows to public pressure, pledges to stock 'morning-after' pill.

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Chip Drago
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