Doug Trantham said his crop, despite the extra rain this year, is a good one — even though he had to replant 60 of his 250 acres of cotton in the spring because of, “rain, wet and cold.”

Anniston Schools Superintendent Dr. Ray Hill says that despite losing a number of teachers and other full-time staffers to retirement this past school year, there is no shortage of workers this year. 

Thursday and Friday, about 30 members from the Harp Crossing Baptist Church in Fayetteville, Ga., built porches and steps for those who are living in mobile homes in northern Calhoun County. 

Begun in 2019 by the Calhoun County Commission, the “snip-it” program works with Alabama Spay/Neuter to subsidize the costs required to spay or neuter pets. 

Jacksonville State University’s College of Health Professionals & Wellness is sponsoring a health fair from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12, and from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13, at Carver Community Center, 720 W. 14th St., Anniston. 

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