Who cares where the Anniston City Council eats? I really don’t think it matters where anyone eats. A question for The Star’s Phillip Tutor: You work in Anniston, do you always eat in Anniston?
I’m very concerned about the news you call news. We have a high school that’s called Anniston High School, or did someone forget? The Star is quick to publish the bad about the high school, but it isn’t as quick to print the good. When our girls’ and boys’ basketball teams were winning, they were never recognized, or, should I say, they weren’t the headliners.
If anyone visited the city, they would think our school was Oxford High or Piedmont High. At the time, maybe The Star should be referred to as the Oxford Star or the Piedmont Star.
When the boys’ team went to Birmingham, was it a case that no one cared or no one shared the support? Do you think if they had received The Star’s support that someone might have taken the time to support the team?
The Star is quick to comment on, as Tutor calls it, the sideshow. Well, the games are over now, and the girls and guys have more class than a lot of people from this area because they went out and did their best without the support of our local newspaper. I’m so glad it didn’t affect their game.
Next year, show a little more class. And since you want the support of our local city councilmen to eat in their city, please show some support to the children. They are the up-and-coming adults in our world; they need the support and the encouragement.
Mentor one of our students — I challenge you. Then maybe you will have some good news worth reading and not the craziness that goes on with the City Council.