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Grand Champion Meats begin to butcher latest deer. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Grand Champion Meats begin to butcher latest deer. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Grand Champion Meats Prepares for Hunting Season [VIDEO]

While most people will be having fun over hunting season, Grand Champion Meats in Foley will be preparing for the large amount of work that comes with it.

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Foley School District, Facebook
Foley School District, Facebook
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Foley School District Reports Three Cases of Viral Meningitis

The Foley School District is reporting a small number of their students have come down with Viral Meningitis.

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Photo by Dan DeBaun-WJON News
Photo by Dan DeBaun-WJON News
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Foley Makes Interim Police Chief Permanent

The Foley City Council officially made Katie Lang their police chief yesterday.

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Joshua Ross
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Foley to Hold Community Notification Meeting About Sex Offender

Foley will hold a community notification meeting after a level three sex offender has started working in the community.

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City of Foley
City of Foley
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50th Annual Foley Fun Days Kicks Off Saturday

The 50th annual Foley Fun Days festivities kick off tomorrow (Saturday) at 8:00 a.m.

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Katie Lang
Katie Lang
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Foley City Council Hires Interim Police Chief [AUDIO]

The Foley City Council has hired Katie Lang as the new interim Chief of Police.

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Foley School Counseling Intern Aaron Goulet and WJON Reporter Ashli Gerdes
Foley School Counseling Intern Aaron Goulet and WJON Reporter Ashli Gerdes
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Foley Students Learn About Career Options [AUDIO,VIDEO]

Students at Foley High School have spent the day today (Wednesday) learning about potential career options. School Counseling Intern Aaron Goulet says the students picked seven sessions, from a wide variety of options.

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Foley Police Chief, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Foley Police Chief, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Foley’s Police Department Off to a ‘Good Start’ [AUDIO]

Foley's police department is still in it's infancy, but the chief says things are going well so far. Chief Brant Standridge started his new position on June 9th, becoming the city's first full-time chief since the old department was disbanded in 2003.

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Tim Lyon
Tim Lyon
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Foley Council to Discuss Police Chief Position

Foley could have a new police chief by tomorrow (Tuesday). The city council is holding a special meeting tonight (Monday) at 5:00 p.m. to talk about the candidate they have selected.

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Tim Lyon
Tim Lyon
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Foley to Interview Police Chief Finalists

The three finalists for the position of Foley Police Chief will be interviewed tomorrow (Tuesday). The City Council is meeting with Joseph Backlund of Princeton, Brant Sandridge of St. Francis, and Douglas Pomplun of Fairfax.

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