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Among the more controversial rules intended to tighten the academic screws at Anniston High School in 1996 was one that curtailed the number of football pep rallies that would be held. Even the coach objected to that one.
Disrupted supply lines throughout the U.S. economy in late 1946 played havoc with consumer needs. Certain components and materials needed but lacking in the manufacture of cars resulted in many unfinished vehicles, while meat was hard to come by in many localities, including Anniston. School lunchroom managers, it turned out, had no magic wand they could wave to get meal meat -- "mystery" or otherwise.
Fifty-four percent of Alabama’s ICU patients have a confirmed case of COVID.
Seven applicants for the Anniston Police Department gathered on a lot beside the Anniston Aquatic Center Saturday morning, working their way through an obstacle course testing their physical fitness.
The American Red Cross and Oklahoma Blood Institute are each facing emergency low levels of blood products and urging Oklahomans to donate before the shortage becomes a crisis.