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Athens road work starts Tuesday

ATHENS — Motorists here should be aware that the city will start work on two projects Tuesday.

At Sixth Street and Coleman Avenue, the city will make drainage improvements. Be on the lookout for workers along Sixth Street from Levert to Jefferson streets and from Sixth Street to Ninth Street. On Roy Long Road, workers will widen the street from U.S. 31 to Steelcase and construct 0.7 miles of new roadway on the west side of the factory. There also will be improvements to Jefferson Street at U.S. 72 and Roy Long Road at U.S. 31.

Holly Hollman

Mustang adoption called a success

The Wild Horse and Burro Adoption at Celebration Arena was a success, said the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

The event last weekend saw the adoption of 68 of the 79 animals brought to Priceville.

“Alabamians have always opened their hearts and homes to the wild horses and this weekend was no exception,” a bureau press release said.

The next closest adoption will be Oct. 12-14 at the Tennessee Livestock Center in Murfreesboro.

For more information call the bureau at 866-4MUSTANGS or Susan Brown, local mustang and burro owner, at 974-7018.

Paul Huggins

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