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Fort Payne Times Journal (Newspaper) - April 19, 2007, Fort Payne, Alabama Sunshine and patchy 70; 40. Details A2 April 19, 2007 DEKALB COUNTY'S I OLDEST NEWSPAPER THURSDAY * 'S ' * FIRE STARTERS F CHURCHES HELP FAMILY HIT BY BLAZE TODAY'S HEADLINES Party With A Purpose A View From Earth celebration will be Sunday from 1-8 p.m. at Lebanon Center on Road near The event will feature Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Johnny formerly of The Allman Brothers Russell Gulley and Friends and 4 YOUR RIGHT Councils The Fort Payne City Council will meet in a work session May 7 at 6 at City Hall The Rainsville City Council will meet Monday at 6 at City The Ider Town Council will meet Monday at 6 at Town The Henagar City Council will meet Monday at 5 at City The Town Council will meet May 1 at 6:30 at Town School Boards A DeKalb County Schools federal programs public hearing will be Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Building in The Fort Payne City School Board will meet April 30 at 6 p.m. at the central office conference The DeKalb County Board of Education will meet May 8 at 5 p.m. at the Facilities Building in Looking Back Nearly everyone enjoys taking a stroll down memory you can do it each week in the special Remember When Take a look at what happened around the area 10,25 and 50 years Page B1 MARKET The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained more than 30 points Page A2 INSIDE Stock TV Vol. 129, No. 77 To call 2550 or 1-800-34T1MES COMING FRIDAY UP FIRST ROUND INSIDE SPORT Shooter Sends Package MATERIALS SENT TO NBC NEWS BETWEEN SHOOTINGS AT VIRGINIA TECH PAGE A3 Methadone clinic will now Owners are having trouble finding suitable place to put treatment facility By Greg Purvis Methadone won't be coming to Fort Payne - for A proposed treatment clinic using the drug is having a hard time finding suitable real according to DeKalb District Attorney Mike haven't been able to locate a suitable site in an unincorporated part of the O'Dell The State Health Planning and Development Agency Mike O'Dell granted the drug treatment clinic a 30-day extension Wednesday after clinic management admitted they had not found a replacement for their proposed Fort Payne site at the former have found several sites in the O'Dell once the owners found out they wanted to put a methadone clinic the deals fell Fort Payne Mayor Jordan said he did not mind See A3 CATCHING SOME AIR photo by Dusty Plunkett Josh Howard jumps high above Ashlyn Holland and Kaleb Holland as they played on a trampoline Wednesday while enjoying spring DeKalb farmers hurt from freeze State agricultural officials to seek By Kelly Townsend State agricultural officials say a recent freeze destroyed up to million in including many in DeKalb had about 125 acres of corn planted that was 3-4 inches said Fort Payne farmer Jack just froze the tops off. It was 22 degrees at my house that We have help for farmers across Alabama just finished replacing all That's probably going to cost us about per plus We need to be doing something else besides planting State Agriculture Commissioner Ron a Fort Payne said his agency is seeking to help farmers secure federal aid for See A3 Cable disputes continue Council remains unhappy with answers from Time Warner By Greg Purvis journal The Fort Payne City Council is not happy with Time Warner there a particular reason why your company doesn't want to provide a local phone City Attorney Rocky Watson asked Time Warner's General Manager Jim Bennett at Tuesday's city council think it's better this Bennett Watson did not He said the city's franchise agreement with Time Warner specified the company must maintain a local phone Jim Bennett Bennett said that was up to don't think there is much interpretation to Watson He read the relevant condition Time Warner provides Fort Payne subscribers with a toll-free number to a customer service call center in Texas -a long way off when you need to get in touch with a service technician in an emergency according to Fort Payne Public Works Director i See A3 Ron Sparks Skeet range gets approval Alabama Sporting Clays gets go-ahead from Fort Payne Council By Greg Purvis Despite objections from one a proposed shooting range was given the green light by the Fort Payne City Council not against this Councilman Walter Watson I do think we need some standards to go I don't like us passing an ordinance that could override zoning I think we need to make sure any zoning issues are taken care of from a land-use so it won't be a problem in the The council passed a modification of the existing firearms See A3 Walter Watson
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