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Farmers are stressed, and so are their plants. That’s because 47% of Alabama land is experiencing an abnormally dry season, and that’s affecting the plants. Rainfall has been sparse in the past weeks, and drought-like conditions continue to worsen, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — It wasn’t flawless. There is still work to be done. But, much like the first three games of the season, No. 8 Auburn (4-0) made the plays necessary to check another tough game off their list, and into the win column, defeating Texas A&M 28-20 Saturday afternoon at Kyle Field.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Anthony Schwartz who many describe as the fastest player in college football can still be slowed down by injuries.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Kyle Field held 101,681 screaming maroon and white-clad fans Saturday, a stadium that physically shakes when the fans cheer and blazing hot temperatures that sink those who play inside it.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Fast. Physical. And a whole lot of effort.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — After slow starts the past three weeks, No. 8 Auburn got off to the fast start its been looking for all season Saturday afternoon at Kyle Field.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Auburn's road to Atlanta starts today at Kyle Field.
An Auburn man who was apprehended by the FBI Monday in a years-long terrorism probe — in which he reportedly told FBI agents that he would execute a U.S. soldier if ordered to do so by an Islamic State group — was an Auburn University student enrolled in classes during the fall 2019 semester.
Members of the community chanted, “When our earth is under attack, what do we do? We stand up, fight back!”
On Friday, Sept. 20, students, faculty and Auburn residents participated in the global climate strike, a movement demanding that politicians sufficiently act to solve the climate crisis.
The Auburn University Regional Airport has received several major additions to its grounds in accordance to its 2005–19 master plan. Many of the proposed plans have been completed, including a new maintenance hangar, the Delta Airlines Aviation Education Building and the resurfacing of a runway.
Following a 3-3 tie in double overtime against Samford last Sunday, Auburn (4-3-1, 1-0-0 SEC) kicked off SEC play against the Kentucky Wildcats (5-2-2, 0-1-0 SEC) Thursday night. This time however, the Tigers did not settle for a draw. Midway through the second overtime, Hailey Whitaker scored the game-winning goal to defeat the Wildcats in dramatic fashion, 2-1.
No. 8 Auburn (3-0) rolls into College Station to take on No. 17 Texas A&M (2-1) this Saturday. SEC play begins and Auburn is looking to keep its road winning streak against the Aggies alive. Auburn is 3-0 when visiting Kyle Field and will look to even up the all-time series with a win this weekend.
Gov. Kay Ivey announced Thursday she will undergo treatment for lung cancer.
Correction: The Plainsman wrongly stated that CoreCivic had been accused of stealing $20 million from a previous prison construction bid in Kansas. According to reporting by The Kansas City Star, the governor of Kansas, Laura Kelly, said she felt "hoodwinked" by CoreCivic, Inc. The state signed a deal with the company to construct a prison facility and to temporarily house 600 Kansas inmates in a CoreCivic facility in Arizona. The Plainsman also assessed the private prisons to be human-rights violating companies — a characterization that has not been thoroughly proven. We sincerely regret the errors and apologize to our readers.
As former Auburn head coach Tommy Tuberville used to say, "Alright, folks. The preseason is over."
At the Auburn University’s Board of Trustees meeting on Sept. 13, trustees approved a resolution that would allow the College of Veterinary Medicine to increase the professional fees for in-state students, as well as those enrolled through a contract with the Southern Regional Education Board.
It appears that an Auburn alumna is on the short list for the upcoming season of “The Bachelor.”
In a 6 to 2 vote, with one Council member absent, the Auburn City Council decided to allocate no public funds to the relocation and restoration of the historic Cullars house. The Council delayed this vote at the Sept. 3 meeting in order to give the private sector more time to consider buying the house.