Voter ID production unit coming to Talladega County
Consolidated News Carolyn Henderson of the Calhoun County Board of Registrars displays a sample of Alabama's voter identification card in Anniston.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
ASD to host Summer Speech Program
The Alabama School for the Deaf hosts the 2014 Summer Speech Program June 2-28 at the Dowling Building on 205 East Street South in Talladega.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Bob Davis: The many communities in our lives
Spectators at the Noble Street Festival watch cyclists in last weekend's races in Anniston.
Dog Dish: 'Dega Night' draws funds, focus to pet overpopulation
A couple of months back, the furkids and I were taking advantage of an unexpected warm day with a stroll around Oxford Lake.
Hundreds turn out at McClellan for festival fundraiser Saturday
Mark Brandon and his dog, Harley, move among the tents set up at the Foothills Family Festival at McClellan Saturday Ella Jones banged her inflatable plastic sword on the ground as she sat with her mother in the shade at McClellan on Saturday.
Volunteers clean up neighborhoods in Rocky Hollow, Blue Mountain
Tana Bryant, Anniston's code enforcer, helps clean up along Railroad Street in Blue Mountain Saturday.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Anniston man on trial for 1999 Weaver murder
Co-defendant Bokassa Montgomery, who pleaded guilty to murder already, sits on the witness stand during a capital murder trial for Torrance Vincent for the 1999 death of a Weaver man.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Speaker's Stand: A kick in the grass
When I took office 16 months ago as an Anniston city councilman, I was well aware that this new position would be challenging in many ways I had never imagined, but I did not know what to expect.
Editorial: Reasons to recycle - In Anniston and Oxford, opportunity exists to help our environment
The problem with recycling is that too many of us see it as the spinach of household chores: it's imminently good for both you and the earth, but you don't like it.
Study says snack food ingredient reduced PCBs in Anniston residents
An ingredient in certain snack foods sped the exit of toxins from some Anniston residents' bodies, a recent study suggests.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Report: Calhoun County jury finds man guilty in 1999 shooting death
The Anniston Star is reporting that a Calhoun County jury found an Anniston man guilty of two counts of capital murder today.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Chips with olestra cause body toxins to dip
According to a clinical trial led by University of Cincinnati researchers, a snack food ingredient called olestra has been found to speed up the removal of toxins in the body.
Noble Street Festival sticks with tried and true
A large pack of cyclist churn toward the start/finish line during a Men's Masters race.
George Smith: This morning, 72 years since death march
APRIL 9, 1942 ... it's been 72 years today since American and Philippine war prisoners began the infamous Bataan Death March.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Baby you're a STAR
Ever had a piece of jewelry to beckon you with familiar lyrics? That's exactly what happened when browsing the spring nautical jewelry collection at Wakefield's department store in Anniston, Al.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Almanac: Monday, April 7, 2014
1927 The image and voice of Commerce Secretary Herbert Hoover were transmitted live from Washington to New York in the first successful long-distance demonstration of television.
Month's worth of rain falls in 24 hours
Traffic on I-20 passes runoff near the Oxford Lake softball complex from a storm that passed through the area this morning.
UPDATED Cheaha Challenge: Getting by with a little help from far-away friends
The Cheaha Challenge is all about distance, but the 104-mile bike ride sure has a way of making the world smaller.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Role reversal: Bosses do the serving at Admins Day fundraiser
Administrative professionals are the control center of any organization. Sure, the person in charge might make sweeping changes, but it's the person behind the big boss who knows the calendar and appointments, the connections between employees and who is overseeing what programs.