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EXCHANGE-MUHAMMAD ALI-BOOK

FRIENDLY, W.Va. — "Muhammad Ali: By the Numbers" by Bob Canobbio and Lee Groves of Friendly is a statistical analysis of the punches Muhammad Ali landed on his opponents and the blows landed upon him based on available footage from 474 rounds of the 548 Ali fought as a professional. By Jess Mancini, Parkersburg News and Sentinel.

EXCHANGE-MILITARY FAMILY-TINY HOUSE

BRUSHFORK, W.Va. — A community of neighbors in Brushfork has come together to build a tiny house in less than three weeks for Addam and Aaliyah Byers to take with them and live in while Addam serves in the Air Force in Florida. By Whitney Browning, Bluefield Daily Telegraph.

In Brief:

—WOMAN KILLED-SENTENCE: A West Virginia woman has been sentenced to 40 years in prison in the fatal shooting of her mother.

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