Auburn planning $30 million baseball park renovation; Poarch Creek CFO killed in car wreck; Birmingham company to build kennels for military; Waverly Advisors acquires Texas firm; North Alabama county has most farmland

Auburn University plans a $30 million renovation of Plainsman Park, its baseball stadium on campus


Auburn planning $30 million renovation of Plainsman Park

Auburn University plans a $30 million renovation of Plainsman Park, its baseball stadium on campus. The project is scheduled to start in July and be ready for the 2025 season.  – Auburn University

Poarch Creek CFO among those killed in Baldwin County wreck

Tim Speegle, CFO of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, was one of three people killed in a car wreck Sunday in Baldwin County. A man has been booked on suspicion of driving under the influence in connection with the accident. — Atmore News

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Birmingham company to build dog kennels for military

Bhate Environmental Associates, based in Birmingham, has been awarded a $7.8 million contract to build military working dog kennels. The contract is for a new kennel facility, including office space and training yard, at Warren Air Force Base in Wyoming. – U.S. Department of Defense

Waverly Advisors acquires Texas firm

Birmingham-based Waverly Advisors, a financial planning and wealth management firm, has acquired Silicon Hills Wealth Management, based in Austin, Texas. This is Waverly’s first acquisition in the Southwest. – BusinessWire

North Alabama county has most farmland

Limestone County has the most farmland in Alabama, with nearly 165,000 acres and almost 2,000 farms. It’s followed by Houston County, Lawrence County, Dallas County and Geneva County. – News 19

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