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It Came from the Archives: Recollections of a Wiregrass nursing student

Dr. Marty Olliff's monthly feature celebrates Women's History Month through the photos of Ruth Stewart, a nurse who trained in Dothan in the 1930s.

Dr. Marty Olliff's monthly feature celebrates Women's History Month through the photos of Ruth Stewart, a nurse who trained in Dothan in the 1930s.

Hospitals in Wiregrass towns were privately owned and operated until well after World War 2. At one time Dothan had four private hospitals. Two of these – Frasier-Ellis Hospital on South St. Andrews Street and Moody Hospital on North Alice Street – trained nurses to be certified by the State of Alabama and who worked…

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Women in Entrepreneurship panel features Wiregrass business leaders

The panel starts at 6 p.m. in Sony Hall at Troy University's Dothan Campus.

The panel starts at 6 p.m. in Sony Hall at Troy University's Dothan Campus.

Troy University and the Entrepreneurship Council will celebrate Women’s History Month by hosting a Women in Entrepreneurship panel discussion featuring Wiregrass business leaders on March 20.

The event takes place at 6 p.m. in Sony Hall at TROY’s Dothan Campus and features four local entrepreneurs: Kelsey Barnard Clark of KBC Eatery, Catering, and Bakery; Precious…

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Rosa Parks Museum’s community forum series to examine issues of importance to women

Rosa Parks Museum introduced the Real Talk Community Forum series last fall and have three new forums set for March.

Rosa Parks Museum introduced the Real Talk Community Forum series last fall and have three new forums set for March.

A series of free community forums addressing issues affecting women will be presented this month by Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum, located at the University’s Montgomery Campus.

The Real Talk Community Forums, which will begin at 6 p.m. on March 14, 21 and 28 in the museum’s auditorium, are being presented in recognition of Women’s…

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