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    Ms. Michelle Noblin of Panama City, FL and Donald and Teresa Searcy of Enterprise, AL are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Haden Danielle Searcy, to Tyler Alexander Mills. The bride elect is the granddaughter of the late Johnny Mack and the late Carole Vinson of Slocomb,…

      Thomas and Debbie Kirkland of Headland, Alabama are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Kate, to Jason Holcombe of Columbia,

        Bob and Mary Sanders announce the engagement of their daughter, Courtney Elizabeth Sanders to Logan Chase Branch, son of Sidney and Sandra Branch of Cottonwood.

               William and Jena Hughes announce the engagement of their daughter, Holly Cheyenne Hughes to Matthew Mart Marler, son of Marty Marler and Angie Grimsley of Enterprise.

            Eric Solomon and Chris Solomon announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their sister Kealye Shea Skinner to Aaron Michael Helms, son of Alex and Paula Helms all of Enterprise, Alabama.

              Terri Harris Clark of Dothan and James Clark of Moultrie, Georgia, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Melody Lynne, to Andrew Gunter Locklar son of Andy and Sandra Locklar of New Brockton.

                Emily Ruth Knighton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Knighton of Cowarts, Alabama, and David Grant Akins, son of Mr. David Akins of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Ms. Ann Akins of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, were married on May 25th, 2019.

                Plaster walls and ceilings are found in many older homes; and all too often, they’ re marred with holes and cracks. Over time a plaster ceiling often sags, another problem. To repair damaged plaster walls with a hodgepodge of cracks or a ceiling that sags we’ ve used a specific process.

                China is easing some of the world’s most stringent anti-COVID controls and authorities say new variants are weaker. But they have yet to say when they might end a "zero-COVID“ strategy that confines millions of people to their homes and set off protests and demands for President Xi Jinping to resign. Commuters in Beijing and at least 16 other cities are allowed to board buses and subways without a virus test in the previous 48 hours for the first time in months. The government announced plans to vaccinate millions of elderly people. That spurred hopes for quick reopening of the country. But health experts and economists warn it will be mid-2023 and possibly 2024 before “zero COVID” ends.

                New Zealand is launching a wide-ranging inquiry into whether it made the right decisions in battling COVID-19 and how it can better prepare for future pandemics. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Monday the coronavirus had posed the greatest threat to the nation’s health and economy since World War II. She said now was an appropriate time to examine the government’s response with the highest level of independent inquiry. Among the questions will be whether or not New Zealand took the right approach initially by imposing strict lockdowns and border quarantine restrictions in order to try and wipe out the virus entirely.

                As Elon Musk is finding out, running a global social media platform requires more than a few good algorithms. It also presents tough decisions about what kind of content to allow, and how to handle users who break the rules. Since Musk purchased Twitter, however, the rules have become unclear and enforcement inconsistent. The platform announced it was ending its COVID-19 misinformation policy, only to say no policies had changed. Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, was banished from Twitter for posting antisemitic content, even as the platform reinstated the account belonging to a neo-Nazi leader. Social media experts say the lack of clear and enforceable content rules could hurt Twitter if users start to lose trust.


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