Ervin Rudolph was the second of six children in a large Anniston family. His sister was the youngest. She believes that’s why he often talked about his funeral plans with her. She’d be around the longest.
ICYMI from Sunday's paper -- A. J. Buttram's historical significance as the last known Confederate combat casualty of the war has been called Munford’s “only real call to fame.”
Anniston residents will have a chance to sound off — pro or con — on a proposed deannexation of City Council Ward 4 at a pair of public meetings with State Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh later this month.
It’s the 100th anniversary of the start of Prohibition, and the Prohibition-themed difference between Anniston and every other Calhoun County city is this: Anniston is wedded to booze.
Organizers of the Knox Concert Series said Tuesday that the Siberian State Symphony Orchestra can’t enter the U.S. because members can’t get visas.