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Killeen mayoral candidates answer questions from the Herald | Center for Politics

The May 4 municipal elections are coming up next month and things are starting to heat up in the various races. Perhaps the biggest decision Killeen voters will face on election day will be the choice for mayor. Will incumbent Mayor Debbie Nash-King get re-elected to her third term? Could frequent council critic Mellisa Brown, […]

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Alabama

Who is Katie Britt, the Republican senator mocked on SNL for her controversial response to Joe Biden’s address? Scarlett Johansson played her in the skit … but she still has Donald Trump’s support | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

So is she the new Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska who was regularly ridiculed on SNL by her doppelgänger Tina Fey, or was this just a horrible misstep? Here is what you need to know. Katie Britt’s flop response to Joe Biden’s address Republican leaders chose Britt to respond to Biden’s March State […]

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Mayor and commission meetings will move time and location, discuss housing and traffic safety | City News

During Tuesday’s work session meeting at City Hall, the mayor & commission previewed plans from the Housing & Community Development Department (HCD), such as initiatives for affordable housing and community programs and homelessness services. A new proposed project concept was also presented in regard to the ongoing developments for the Traffic Safety plan. Mayor Kelly […]

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City Council

Marion City Council hears about new businesses | #citycouncil

By MIKE CONLEY From October to December 2023, three businesses opened in Marion and four ribbon-cutting ceremonies were held by the Marion Business Association. During that time, one popular business, Link Hot Dogs, closed its doors. That was part of the quarterly MBA report presented to the Marion City Council on Tuesday. The City Council […]

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Napa City Council chambers needs a facelift | #citycouncil

CHRIS D. CRAIKER Craiker Jennifer Huffman I wish I could take credit for the Napa City Council moving forward on using drones for the next Fourth of July Night display…. But I can’t. My little Feb. 3 Architex Angle article about how lasers and drones should replace the traditional Fourth fireworks was simply alerting everyone […]

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Mayor says State of the City is improving | Community

McAlester Mayor John Browne touched on a number of topics during his annual State of the City address. Browne interspersed his message with literary and musical quotes as he touched on topics including the city budget, infrastructure upgrades, plans for the city to take over water plant operations and economic development during the Tuesday night […]

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Alaska

What is Sarah Palin up to now? The controversial ex-Alaska governor has since backed Donald Trump, run for congress and appeared on The Masked Singer, maintaining her millions with Cameo earnings | #alaska | #politics

Here is how she remains relevant, years later. The “Take Our Border Back” rally Sarah Palin showing support to the police on “National Police Week”. Photo: @sarahpalin97/Instagram The war between Texas governor Greg Abbott and US President Joe Biden over control of the border – an extension of the fight over immigration rights – continues […]

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City Council

City Council will set public hearing about RAC land purchase | Local News | #citycouncil

Roswell City Councilors advanced three proposals linked to the Roswell Air Center for further consideration during their meeting on Thursday evening. The first is to advertise a public hearing for the proposed sale of 45 acres of land at the Roswell Air Center to a manufacturer of modular homes. The councilors unanimously approved the item […]

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The new chair of Philly City Council’s tech committee wants to use data to help reduce gun violence | #citycouncil

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Festus City Council approves bids at December meeting | Local News | #citycouncil

The Festus City Council recently approved more than $273,514.37 in expenditures, including $185,913 for the Police Department and $35,959.65 for the Fire Department. The council voted unanimously Dec. 18 to pay $125,000 over five years to extend its contract with the Flock Group Inc., based in Atlanta, Ga., which provides services related to the Festus […]

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