🌱 Tide Soccer Advances + Tax Referendum Analysis

hey neighbors It’s Monday in Tuscaloosa and I’m back in your inbox with everything you need to know about what’s happening locally. In today’s issue you will find out…

In todays Dailywe have these stories and more…

  • Property tax referendum.
  • Bama football advances.
  • Tide Football moves in a poll.

But first today’s weather: Intervals of clouds and sun. High: 58 | Low: 39 🌥

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🗣 patch shout out 🗣

Our shout out for this Monday morning goes to the Alabama football team, who used a pair of goals from Felicia Knox to defeat UC Irvine 3-1 in Tuscaloosa on Sunday. The win will now see Tide advance to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament. (More)

🗞 Here are the top 5 stories in Tuscaloosa today 🗞

  1. With Tuscaloosa County voters casting ballots next year to raise property taxes to fund the Tuscaloosa County School System, we’ve delved deep into the topic to separate the fact from the speculation on social media. (Tuscaloosa Patch)
  2. Alabama Football (9-2) moved up to seventh place after beating Austin Peay 34-0 on Saturday the coach survey and stayed at No. 8 in the Associated Press poll. (Michael Casagrande, AL.com)
  3. With only the Iron Bowl remaining for the Crimson Tide, check out this analysis of potential postseason goals for Alabama. (Nick Kelly, Tuscaloosa News)
  4. Are you ready to travel for Thanksgiving this week? There could be rain in the forecast so catch up here before heading out or finalizing your plans (CBS 42 News)
  5. Alabama’s new junior senator-elect Katie Britt is calling on Republicans to unite after the Senate Republican caucus voted to keep Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky as the Senate minority leader. (Jacob Holmes, Alabama political reporter)

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🗓 Today in Tuscaloosa 🗓

  • Museum Monday @ Alabama Museum of Natural History (More)
  • Gaming for All @ Tuscaloosa Public Library (More)
  • Retail path in downtown Tuscaloosa (More)
  • Tinsel Trail Grand Opening @ Government Plaza (More)
  • Tuscaloosa Ukulele Club @ Druid City Brewing Company (More)

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