Anniston police have charged a man with attempted murder and aggravated assault after a struggle with officers Thursday night in which, the police chief said, the man fired a gun.
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On the first full day of the band’s preseaseason camp Monday, Marching Southerners director Ken Bodiford turned to a live Internet video audience with a challenge to donate $10,000 to the program.
A 21-year-old new father died after a crash on Interstate 20 near Oxford on Wednesday afternoon, according to state troopers.
In the early winter of 1917, he was with the U.S. Army’s 42nd Infantry Division, which had just arrived in Europe. By early January, Champion must have developed a cough, one so bad he landed in a field hospital.
Today, a century after his death, William Champion rests at Anniston’s Edgemont Cemetery, in the section set aside by the City Council after the Great War for use by the American Legion. Champion’s are the oldest remains buried there, under the easternmost row of headstones.
An Alabama law passed last year that prohibits the “disturbance” of monuments, memorial buildings and other structures didn’t stop the tornado that slammed Jacksonville last month.