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Posted on November 20, 2020

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Crawford County Sheriff’s Office Nov. 8 Around 4:24 p.m., Alyssa Bice, 25, Bridgeport, was driving in a 2021 KIA, when she left the roadway on Route 1 near 450N, striking the ditch and …

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Derek Huey, left, and Jed Brian discuss the movie trailer they were working on Saturday evening. The movie, 10/31 Part 3, is directed by Rocky Gray. The trailer was filmed just west of Robinson and in Lawrence County near Red Hills State Park. Angela Downing | Daily News

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Robinson's Katrina Ramsey (left) receives the ball, while teammates Maddison Fisher (13) and Emma Bailey (14) get into position as coach Brooke Ray looks on in the background during Monday night's match against Lawrenceville. The Lady Maroons rallied after losing the first set to win the match in three, 21-25, 25-14, 25-22, then won another three-set match at Neoga on Tuesday. Josh Brown | Daily News

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