Circle City Chaos (Roller Derby) vs. Muscogee Roller Girls - Dothan Civic Center - 7:00PM Event date: May 23, 2015 Event Time: 07:00 PM - 11:59 PM Location: 126 N. Saint Andrews Street Dothan, AL 36303 Description: Circle City Chaos (Roller Derby) vs. Muscogee Roller Girls May 23rd - Dothan Civic Center - 7:00 PM Advanced Reserved Seating: $16 Riser 1, 2 & 3 Day of Show Reserved Seating: $20 Riser 1, 2 3 Advanced General Admission Tickets: $11 Lower & Upper Balcony Day of Show General Admission Tickets: $15 Lower & Upper Balcony Tickets can be purchased at the Dothan Civic Center Box Office, Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM till 4:30 PM or by calling (334) 615-3175. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.DothanCivicCenter.org or www.etix.com. The Dothan Civic Center Box Office will open 5:00 PM on Day of Show for ticket sales.
Houston County Schools Graduation Schedule - May 29th - Dothan Civic Center Event date: May 29, 2015 Event Time: 08:00 AM - 07:00 PM Location: 126 N. Saint Andrews Street Dothan, AL 36303 Description: Houston County Schools Graduation Schedule May 29th - Dothan Civic Center 8:00 AM Rehobeth High School 10:30 AM Cottonwood High School 12:30 PM Houston County High School 2:30 PM Wicksburg High School 5:00 PM Ashford High School
For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuff (ADULT CONTENT) - Dothan Opera House - May 31st at 6:00 PM Event date: May 31, 2015 Event Time: 06:00 PM - 11:59 PM Location: 115 N. Saint Andrews Street Dothan, AL 36303 Description: For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuff (ADULT CONTENT) May 31st - Dothan Opera House - 6:00 PM Tickets go on sale April 20th at 8:30 AM General Admission Tickets: $20 Balcony Only Tickets can be purchased at the Dothan Civic Center Box Office, Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM till 4:30 PM or by calling (334) 615-3175. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.DothanCivicCenter.org or www.etix.com. On Day of Show the Dothan Opera House Box Office will open one hour prior to showtime for ticket sales.
Summer Archery Class Event dates: June 1, 2015 - June 5, 2015 Event Time: 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM Location: 2049 Sanitary Dairy Rd. Dothan, AL 36301 Description: Dothan Leisure Services is offering Olympic-style Archery Skills Classes this summer at Eastgate Archery Range. Class one will be offered June 1-5 and Class two will be offered July 20-24. Time for both classes is 6:00-7:30pm. Cost is $35 per person. Ages 8-Adult.
Register at any recreation center from May 12-29 for the first class, and May 12-July 17 for the 2nd class. (9:00am-4:30pm). Participants 10-18 years of age will be eligible for the Alabama Recreation and Park Association State Championship in Dothan Alabama August 8-9, 2015.
All archery equipment will be provided. Class size will be limited to 20 per class. For further information, please contact Eastgate Park (334-615-3730) or Roy Kitts (334-615-3700).
City Commission Meeting Event date: June 2, 2015 Event Time: 10:00 AM - 11:59 PM Location: 126 N. Saint Andrews St. Commission Chambers, Room 203 Dothan, AL 36303
Michael Sam -- I'm Playing Pro Football Again ... In Canada
Michael Sam can once again say he is a professional football player, just not in the NFL ... instead he'll be balling in the Canadian Football League. Sam signed a two-year deal with the Montreal Alouettes on Friday, after getting cut by the St.…
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ISIS extends hold on ancient city
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171 mugshots of arrested bikers
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Senator to Christie: Be ashamed
The chief Republican sponsor of the Senate bill to reform the Patriot Act slammed fellow Republican Gov. Chris Christie for saying "You can't enjoy your civil liberties if you're in a coffin."
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The absolutely must-see movie I never saw
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What politicians aren't telling you about ISIS
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The best (and worst) of working for Letterman
For the first 13 of his 33 years on the late-night airwaves (does anyone still say "airwaves"?), I was a writer for Dave Letterman. It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. The best because working with Dave was endlessly entertaining. He was and is the smartest, funniest, quickest and most oddly original utterer of sentences in our vast republic.
What's China really planning?
China has been busy building -- and it is worrying some of its regional neighbors. Since early 2014, China has undertaken widespread land reclamation and construction in the Spratly Islands, in the South China Sea, at seven known locations. The work has involved converting several formerly submerged reefs into artificial islands, and increasing the size of other features many times over. Now, the country is building military facilities, including large ports and at least one airstrip, on these new outposts.
Why lawyers are suffering
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EU embrace of eastern partners turns lukewarm
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