February 19, 2004 RSS feed / Sports

Aggies dominate Wildcats on opening day

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Hunters can enjoy the challenge of hunting river swamp turkeys

The wild turkey thrives in many habitat types throughout Alabama. From the Appalachian Mountains south to the Mobile-Tensaw Delta, turkeys have adapted to specific habitats and changes to landscapes for thousands of years. More...

2004 JACKSON ACADEMY

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the Family business

Brian France continues the legacy created by his father and grandfather, but some NASCAR traditionalists remain skepticalLapbyLap

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Just the Stats nascar points leaders

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Millry Wildcat Baseball 2004

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Manage for poults to have gobblers

This is the story of two wild turkey poults, Jake and Tom. They lived in separate broods in diverse habitat types. These tiny "featherballs" had just hatched from their respective nests. More...

WashCo High School Varsity Baseball 2004

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JHS girls swing into action Monday

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The Jackson High School girls softball team will start off their season Monday by hosting the 6-A defending champs of Baker High School. More...

JHS 2004

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Jackson High School 2004 Baseball Schedule

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Leroy High School

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NASCAR’s three kings

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RACING THIS WEEK

Subway 400

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Big 6-point killed

Trey Garris, 7, son of Kim and Bo Garris of Leroy, killed this 6-point, 160-pound buck, Jan. 30, while hunting with his dad in Leroy. More...

All woman?

The Jackson High School Quarterback Club recently sponsored a Womanless Beauty Review. Dressed in sequins, pearls and feather boas, the More...