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  1. Op-Ed: Understanding Amendment One -- the Ten Commandments and Religious FreedomRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 11 | Anniston Star

    The Ten Commandments statue, which was removed from Roy Moore's Montgomery, Ala., courthouse, at CrossPoint Community Church in Gadsden in 2012. The Ten Commandments statue, which was removed from Roy Moore's Montgomery, Ala., courthouse, at CrossPoint Community Church in Gadsden in 2012.

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  2. Editorial: Don't do it, Luv GuvRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2018 | Anniston Star

    Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley delivers his State of the State address at the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery earlier this month. Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley delivers his State of the State address at the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery earlier this month.

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  3. Phillip Tutor: Sax appeal at Anniston HighRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2018 | Anniston Star

    Anniston High principal Charles Gregory pressure washes during the second day of the Anniston High School clean-up. Photo by Stephen Gross / The Anniston Star Charles Gregory speaks to the Anniston Board of Education after he was named the interim principal at Anniston High School.

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  4. Embattled incumbents win in Republican runoffs in AlabamaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 17, 2018 | Anniston Star

    With more than 80 percent of precincts in the state reporting by 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, U.S. Rep. Martha Roby, R-Montgomery, held two-thirds of the vote in the race against primary challenger Bobby Bright. Attorney General Steve Marshall was ahead of former attorney general Troy King by a similar margin - again, a broad-enough spread that some news agencies were declaring Marshall the winner.

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  5. Cleburne County Commission OKs extra cleanup dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2018 | Anniston Star

    Commissioner Laura Cobb was absent due to an illness in her family and Commissioner Jake Durham had a work-related class to attend. The county holds two cleanup days each year but there's extra money in the scrap tire grant from the Alabama Department of Environmental Management to hold a third, county engineer Lee Estes said.

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  6. From the Bunker: Golf is a cruel gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 7, 2018 | Anniston Star

    As the golf writer for The Anniston Star, everyone expects that I would play a lot of golf, but I do not. Just do not seem to have the time, as my day job keeps me very busy, and I was a baseball/softball player most of my days on the athletic field.

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  7. Calhoun County Girls Tennis Player of the Year: Donoho's Emma WiedmerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2018 | Anniston Star

    Emma Wiedmer helped lead Donoho to third in the Class 1A-3A state tournament. Photo by Stephen Gross / The Anniston Star Emma Wiedmer helped lead Donoho to third in the Class 1A-3A state tournament.

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  8. Calhoun County Boys Tennis Player of the Year: Donoho's Cooper MontgomeryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2018 | Anniston Star

    Cooper Montgomery won county and sectional titles in singles and doubles for Donoho. Photo by Stephen Gross / The Anniston Star Montgomery, who just finished his sophomore season, swept both the Calhoun County and Class 1A-3A, Section 4 tournaments at No.

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  9. Congrats ... Garrett McDanielRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2018 | Anniston Star

    Garrett McDaniel, level 10 gymnast and member of the Armory Athletics Men's Gymnastics team of Montgomery, qualified for the 2018 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships held in May in Oklahoma City, Okla. Garrett McDaniel, level 10 gymnast and member of the Armory Athletics Men's Gymnastics team of Montgomery, qualified for the 2018 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships held in May in Oklahoma City, Okla.

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  10. Celebrating the architectural history of AlabamaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 27, 2018 | Anniston Star

    The Johnson-Stone House in Talladega was designed by Frank Lockwood and built in 1905. The Johnson-Stone House in Talladega was designed by Frank Lockwood and built in 1905.

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  11. Editorial: The stench of this statue at the Alabama CapitolRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2018 | Anniston Star

    J. Marion Sims may have been a product of his time, a white man who devalued people of color, but that doesn't absolve him of his awfulness. He turned enslaved black women into laboratory mice, performing untested gynecological techniques and surgeries on them without their consent and without anesthesia.

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  12. Eric MackeyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2018 | Anniston Star

    A 2006 photo of Eric Mackey, then superintendent of Jacksonville City Schools. Mackey last month was selected as Alabama's state schools superintendent.

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  13. Phillip Tutor: Why Alabama teachers aren't going on strikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2018 | Anniston Star

    Teachers pack the state Capitol rotunda to capacity on the second day of a teacher walkout to demand higher pay and more funding for education in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, U.S., April 3, 2018. America's teachers are in open rebellion.

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  14. CAST production of - The Wiz' brings community togetherRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 8, 2018 | Anniston Star

    Just as spring signals revival, two artforms that originated in the early 1900s are brought into full, colorful life next weekend. The classic children's novel "The Wizard of Oz" was written in 1900, while some buildings in Talladega date back to that same era.

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  15. Bentley's Alabama legacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2018 | Anniston Star

    Alabama Governor Robert Bentley delivers his State of the State address at the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery. Photo by Stephen Gross / The Anniston Star Alabama Governor Robert Bentley delivers his State of the State address at the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery.

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  16. An original obituary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2018 | Anniston Star

    If you've never read The New York Times' original obituary for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., published April 5, 1968, you should. "There was little of the rabblerouser in his oratory.

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  17. 1980s Oxford inspires a novel about a mysterious deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2018 | Anniston Star

    Two women share their adventures in creating new places for our minds through writing and painting. Lynn Lacher, author of "The Lick Skillet Coffee Club," and Alabama oil painter Barbara Davis, the featured artist at Oxford Performing Arts Center, channel experiences that only a Southerner can fully appreciate.

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  18. Montgomery is getting some attention for being pretty coolRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2018 | Anniston Star

    "Upon first impression, even with a county population of 230,000, Montgomery seems far too quaint and conservative to be home to two of the country's most influential, progressive nonprofits fighting racial bias. Its airport has a single baggage claim and the rental car area is dotted with wooden rocking chairs, for an extra dose of Southern charm.

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  19. New kids on the block in the Alabama LegislatureRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2018 | Anniston Star

    When the Alabama Legislature gathers for its 2019 session, there will be a lot of new faces in the House and Senate chambers. About one-third of senators and about one-fourth of representatives will be new.

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  20. Bob Davis: In 1965, there wasn't an app for thatRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2018 | Anniston Star

    This undated family photo provided by Cordelia Heard Billingsley on May 9, 2007, shows her father Jimmie Lee Jackson. A grand jury in Marion returned a sealed indictment Wednesday, May 9, 2007, in the shooting death of Jackson by a state trooper 42 years ago - a killing that set in motion the historic civil rights protests in Selma and led to passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

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