Ginny Shaver believes her 35 years as a resident of Cherokee County gives her an edge in understanding what voters want.
At least 1,200 people held advance tickets Saturday for the festival, which transformed Zinn Park – a city block of greenery in downtown Anniston – into a true concert venue, complete with multiple stages, yellow-shirted security staff and revelers walking carefully through the crowd with filled-to-the-top beer cups.
The weather was perfect at Cider Ridge on Saturday for the Cider Ridge Invitational and the course played tough. There were only six scores under par after the first round of play.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Jacksonville State completed its second Ohio Valley Conference sweep of the season with a pair of wins over Belmont on Saturday at Rose Park in Nashville.
OXFORD — Senior McKinley Parris broke the school career record for home runs, and Pleasant Valley’s softball team took two of three games in the Lady Tigers Classic at Oxford Lake on Saturday.
EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. — Jacksonville State's six-game softball win streak came to an end Saturday with a doubleheader loss to Southern Illinois-Edwardsville.
OXFORD — A ricochet, sick pitcher and “sick” piece of hitting by Jacksonville State signee Isaiah Magwood conspired to ended Oxford’s baseball season Saturday.
TUSCALOOSA — It’s been almost three weeks since Alabama coach Nick Saban accused his defense of lacking the alpha-dog personality the Crimson Tide will need to succeed.
The slogan “Open Space. Perfect Pace.” combined with a new logo, will “connect the dots” between the landscape of the region and the activities and amenities in and around Heflin, said Tripp Muldrow of the South Carolina firm Arnett Muldrow. In a 30-minute presentation he explained the factors that went into the choice of Heflin’s new public image.
TUSCALOOSA — Smile big. Alabama quarterback Mac Jones was named MVP of Saturday’s A-Day Game, and running back Damien Harris is beyond proud. So much so, Harris is going to break out his trophy from two years ago to take what he called a father-son picture.
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- Good weather, strong interest in Knox outdoor festival
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- Anniston business woman retires from Alabama power board
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- Look Back ... to war across generations, 1943
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- Look Back ... to food service with a smile at a charitable fundraiser, 1993
- Mosquito season: Time to vaccinate horses for West Nile
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- Two motel owners arrested, establishments shut down in Oxford
- USDA to assist ag producers recover from 2017 natural disasters
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- From the bunker: Lipscomb out in front at Cider Ridge
- JSU baseball: Gamecocks sweep doubleheader against Belmont
- Prep softball: Parris sets Pleasant Valley home runs record
- Pollock, Godley lead D-backs to 6-2 win: 4/21/18
- Relive the final three outs of Sean Manaea's no-hitter
- Reddick's two HRs, Keuchel lead Astros: 4/21/18
- Offense's energy draws praise, but still room to improve for Vols
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- Brewers beat Marlins on walk-off homer by Jesus Aguilar
- It's a weekend of changed perceptions, for NASCAR heel Kyle Busch and a resurgent Richmond Raceway
Over in Walker County, the small town of Parrish’s nightmare is over. The train cars filled with human waste from New York City have been removed. The stench, presumably, will dissipate, and none too soon.
Plastic Is Taking Over The Ocean | The ocean almost has more plastic than fish — and it looks terrifying. To help keep oceans clean and conserve marine wildlife you can support our friends at Sea Shepherd Global (http://thedo.do/seas) and the Leatherback Trust: http://thedo.do/leatherback.
One of the most ubiquitous condiments, if indeed it can be classified as a condiment, is Angostura aromatic bitters. For those who may have noticed this small, unassuming bottle in the cocktail mixers section of your grocery, perhaps we should first tackle its pronunciation: ang-go-store-ah.