Goodloe Sutton publishes a small-town newspaper in Linden, a tiny place in Marengo County between Montgomery and Meridian. He admires the Ku Klux Klan. When NFL players began protesting racial injustice, he wrote, “that’s what black folks were taught to do two hundred years ago, kneel before… Read the full story
In July 1902, Calhoun County prepped for the summer’s biggest party at Oxford Lake. Round-trip trolly fare from downtown Anniston was 20 cents, which included a general admission coupon to the festivities. Reserved seats cost a nickel more. Read the full story
In July 1902, Calhoun County prepped for the summer’s biggest party at Oxford Lake. Round-trip trolly fare from downtown Anniston was 20 cents, which included a general admission coupon to the festivities. Reserved seats cost a nickel more.
I’ve never hosted an awards show, but on Friday I got a pretty good idea of the thrill of giving people the good news that they’ve won something.
In the past year since her feature film “Best Mom” premiered, former Anniston resident Meg Weidner has been on an emotional roller coaster. “I probably need to make a playbook about what to do, and what not to do, for the next go-around,” she said. “In order to minimize the stress and maximi…
Now that Anniston City Councilman Ben Little has been indicted by a Calhoun County grand jury, turned himself in to the Calhoun County Jail, released on his own recognizance and given an arraignment date, Little’s political epitaph is certain. Or so it seems.
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There is a passage in Chris Christie’s new book, Let Me Finish, in which he recounts everything you need to know about Christianity and faith’s place in President Trump’s life.
I like Ben Little. I really do. In private, when cameras are scarce, when there’s no publicity to claim, he can be gregarious and insightful. But isn’t it now obvious that Little’s cancerous behavior on the Anniston City Council is an incurable ailment?
Last week, U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers again took the oath of office and was sworn in for another session of Congress. Afterward, his staff emailed a newsletter, The Rogers Roundup, in which the Saks Republican offered his highlights for the coming year.
The first “Something To Do Sunday” will include basketball, volleyball, board games, card games, intro to golf, chess/checkers, shuffleboard and softball, and light refreshments will be provided.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Alabama is hardly Trick Play U., but Nick Saban has proven himself more than willing to gamble in a game in which his team needs an edge.