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  1. Purchase of less-used fire truck gets council OKRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Anniston Star

    The Talladega City Council voted unanimously Monday night to declare a 1998 model fire truck as surplus and to replace it with a used truck one model year newer from Oxford. The city will pay $17,000 for the vehicle.

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  2. Rebuilt earthworks land Oxford on historic mounds trailRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Anniston Star

    Nine years ago, the city of Oxford almost bulldozed a set of earthworks built by the people who lived here before the arrival of Columbus. The city will hold a ribbon-cutting to celebrate Choccolocco Park's inclusion on the Alabama Indigenous Mound Trail, a state effort to call attention to the ancient earthworks that dot the state, largely unnoticed.

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  3. VeoRide to allocate around 75 bikes to Jacksonville, council learnsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Anniston Star

    About 70 to 75 bicycles will be allocated to the city and the university in a bike-share program an Indiana company is expected to roll out later this year. The City Council heard more details at its meeting Monday night about the plans VeoRide of West LaFayette, Ind., has for introducing its services to three Calhoun County cities.

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  4. Look Back ... to Masters Games in Oxford, 1993Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Anniston Star

    Oct. 21, 1943, in The Star: The Anniston Junior Chamber of Commerce is now headed by T. Flint Gray as president, Mr. Gray having been elevated to fill the vacancy caused by President Monroe Adams going to the Navy. The Junior Chamber's age limit has been shifted upward to include those who have not reached their 41st birthday.

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  5. Broadway came to Jacksonville church last weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Anniston Star

    The past and the future are strong centerpieces for two October events, but in each event the theme deals with two entirely different sets of people and circumstances. Members of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Jacksonville gathered Wednesday evening to embark on the church's capital campaign drive, a three-year journey to reflect on the church's past and look towards the future.

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  6. Look Back ... to injuries on the Anniston team, 1943Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Anniston Star

    Oct. 20, 1943, in The Star: The game that the Anniston Bulldogs are scheduled to play against the Tuscaloosa Black Bears later this week may have just taken a turn in the latter's favor on account of two serious injuries on the Anniston team. Alfred Killebrew apparently broke his hand in the last game, against Emma Sansom; he complained of pain at the time and when it was X-rayed a few days later, the break was discerned.

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  7. Spotlight on: Aurelia and Shane Gowen, taco food truckRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Anniston Star

    Aurelia and Shane Gowen, both 24 years old, came to the Anniston area a few years ago from the Austin, Texas, area to attend Jacksonville State University. Both have worked in the food industry for the majority of their lives, and they have experience in local restaurants.

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  8. readers share their favorite recipes for game dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Anniston Star

    We asked readers to share their favorite game day recipes for a chance to win "The All-New SEC Tailgating Cookbook" by the Editors of Southern Living. Our winner is Greg Morgan of Oxford.

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  9. Look Back ... to football accomplishments on a Friday, 1993Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Anniston Star

    Oct. 16, 1943, was a Saturday during a period when The Star wasn't published on that day of the week. Oct. 16, 1993, in The Star: Rick Doyal of Piedmont, who resigned his position as chief of the city's police department earlier this year to become a full-time pastor, now has a congregation to lead.

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  10. Look Back ... to a defensive player of the week, 1993Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 14 | Anniston Star

    Oct. 14, 1943, in The Star: The football stadium of Calhoun County High School, known as the "Choccolocco Bowl," will be the scene of a daytime contest at 1 p.m. tomorrow as Oxford plays host to the Alabama School for the Deaf, from Talladega. The latter always fields a tough team, making up in fight and determination any physical handicaps they have.

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  11. Editorial: Active-shooter training we must haveRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 14 | Anniston Star

    Calhoun County Chief Deputy Sheriff Jon Garlick teaches a class in how to survive an active-shooter event at a workplace for local business people at the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce in Anniston. Calhoun County Chief Deputy Sheriff Jon Garlick teaches a class in how to survive an active-shooter event at a workplace for local business people at the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce in Anniston.

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  12. In Your Community: Lincoln Class of '88 reunitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 14 | Anniston Star

    The three-day reunion kicked off with a tailgate party before the Lincoln High School homecoming football game against Talladega High School. Members of the class of 1988 helped cheer the Golden Bears to victory over the Tigers 17-7.

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  13. Prep football: Oxford rolls with McCallum, Webb outRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Anniston Star

    Oxford's Keon Fomby blocks Shades Valley's Aaron Swan's punt during the Shades Valley at Oxford AHSAA football game. Photo by Stephen Gross / The Anniston Star Oxford's Keon Fomby blocks Shades Valley's Aaron Swan's punt during the Shades Valley at Oxford AHSAA football game.

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  14. Look Back ... to rezoning for north Leighton, 1993Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Anniston Star

    Oct. 13, 1943, in The Star: The Anniston City Commission yesterday adopted a budget that anticipates an income of $621,000 during the fiscal year that began Oct. 1. The new budget calls for increase appropriations in police, fire, sanitation and street departments, the increases being mainly for salary hikes. Also this date: In a few days the Anniston Warehousing Corporation will take over operation of Anniston Ordnance Depot, in accordance with announcements made several weeks ago.

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  15. Make-A-Wish surprises Oxford second-grader with Disney tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Anniston Star

    Rowdy McLeod gets the great news from Cheryl Webber, a volunteer with Make a Wish during a ceremony at DeAmanville Elementary School that made Rowdy McLeod's wish of a trip to Universal Studio and Orlando come true. Photo by Stephen Gross / The Anniston Star Rowdy McLeod gets the great news from Cheryl Webber, a volunteer with Make a Wish during a ceremony at DeAmanville Elementary School that made Rowdy McLeod's wish of a trip to Universal Studio and Orlando come true.

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  16. Retail volunteers bring improvement to Boys & Girls ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Anniston Star

    Over the course of several days recently, a team from Lowe's stores in Anniston and Oxford brought about physical improvement to the Charles A. Hamilton Boys & Girls Club in Anniston. Over the course of several days recently, a team from Lowe's stores in Anniston and Oxford brought about physical improvement to the Charles A. Hamilton Boys & Girls Club in Anniston.

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  17. Editorial: A week that illustrates journalism's worthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | Anniston Star

    This is National Newspaper Week, a 78-year-old celebration that is neither a federal holiday nor an excuse to self-decorate ourselves with flowery praise. So we won't.

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  18. Heflin, Oxford police say car chase suspect attempted to run over officers, pedestriansRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | Anniston Star

    Oxford and Heflin police say a Calvert man faces numerous felony charges after he led them on a high-speed car chase Wednesday night in which he attempted to run over four officers and two pedestrians. According to Heflin police Chief A.J. Benefield, officers were called to investigate a suspicious man at a convenience store near Exit 199 off of Interstate 20. "When they pulled up, there was a male in a 2016 Mustang and as they approached they realized he didn't have clothes on and he was acting very nervous and shaking," Benefield said.

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  19. County commission OKs 2 for post-storm workRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | Anniston Star

    The Calhoun County Commission on Thursday approved companies for emergency debris removal and debris monitoring services for the next year. "It is to be prepared in the time of emergency to where we can have fast response," county Administrator Mark Tyner told the commission before the vote.

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  20. Alexandria, upstart Faith Christian advance to Calhoun County volleyball tournament championshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 8 | Anniston Star

    Alexandria's Madison Chastain hits the ball over Jacksonville's Molly Wilson and Alli Meagher during the Calhoun County volleyball tournament Saturday at Alexandria High School. Alexandria's Madison Chastain hits the ball over Jacksonville's Molly Wilson and Alli Meagher during the Calhoun County volleyball tournament Saturday at Alexandria High School.

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