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Some might say their paths crossing was serendipitous. For Alejandro "Alex" Alvarado and Kara Allen, they say it was the beginning of something that would forever connect them.

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Ashland will literally go to the dogs in early June, as United States Police Canine Certification Trials will bring more than 50 police K9 teams to town for a three-day event beginning June 6.

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Across the nation, to deal with a lack of employees or rising costs of supplies, restaurants have closed on Monday and Tuesday. Their former full-time employees are able to receive the current federal unemployment rate ($300) plus the state rates up to $535 a week (Texas rate).

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Loudon resident Edith Bettis was given the royal treatment on her 100th birthday April 16, complete with a crown, limo ride across the county and proclamations from area representatives.