Bingo will be back on the ballot in November and as a long-time member of the Elks Lodge, I want to strongly encourage you to vote YES on this amendment. In order for the Anniston Elks Lodge No. 189 to continue with our charity bingo games, which have contributed over $88,000 just this year …

I am proud to serve with Jay Jenkins on the Health Care Authority of the City of Anniston. Jay is very thorough in everything he does. He thinks everything out. Jay was selected to chair the finance committee because of his traits, experience, level-headedness and willingness to research.

Anniston’s leadership for the next four years will be selected in less than two weeks. Leadership matters. Our city leaders represent us — you and me. It is critically important that we select men and women qualified by competence, integrity and vision. I encourage you to support Robert B. (…

Elections require serious thought. Experience is at the top of my list when I evaluate the candidates for Anniston mayor and my ward representative. If you think otherwise, please remember 2008, the Gene Robinson, John Spain and David Dawson debacle. All were newcomers in city government. Th…

I submit Bob Folsom for your consideration as mayor of Anniston. Bob has been involved in various community projects to improve our city. He is a person who can work with others to get the job done. Bob has the education and work experience to be qualified as mayor. He has shown leadership b…

Gov. Ivey’s order for non-essential businesses to close until April 17 was necessary. However, our neighbors who own small businesses are being required to do without revenues from their businesses for three weeks, and their employees are having to do without earnings.

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