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 2023-01-27 20:35 

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Oxford approves expansion grants for two businesses...

Two existing industries will be receiving grants to allow them to expand their current plants as well as add jobs....

 2023-01-27 20:00 

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Talladega County Commission to vote support for EARTH project...

The Talladega County Commission has called a meeting for Monday, Feb. 6, at 11 a.m. to vote on a letter of intent to support EARTH, also known as East Alabama...

 2023-01-27 19:46 

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Oxford puts moratorium on food truck vendors...

The moratorium is in effect until further notice from the city....

 2023-01-27 19:37 

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Oxford Middle School honors Jessie McCormick...

Oxford Middle School students joined others throughout Calhoun County who wore orange on Friday in honor of Alexandria Elementary School student Jessie Taylor McCormick. Orange was the favorite color of...

 2023-01-27 18:45 

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Sylacauga teachers honored in ceremony...

The Sylacauga City Board of Education honored their teachers of the year Tuesday night at an award ceremony during a called meeting at the central office....

 2023-01-27 17:51 

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Prep basketball roundup: Piedmont rallies past Sand Rock; JCA boys, Spring Garden girls win...

Piedmont's boys handled Sand Rock 99-90 at home Thursday night, but only after trailing 72-65 at the conclusion of the third quarter. Alex Odam, a Jacksonville State signee, finished with...

 2023-01-27 17:45 

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Cost for vehicle, trailer and boat tags could go up $2 this year...

ASHVILLE — St. Clair County residents could see a $2 increase in license tag fees this year....

 2023-01-27 17:43 

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Boys prep basketball: White Plains may be peaking at the right time...

Thursday's 65-36 victory over Class 4A, Area 10 opponent Cleburne County gave the White Plains Wildcats six wins in their last seven contests....

 2023-01-27 17:39 

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Girls prep basketball: White Plains sees winning season within reach...

Girls basketball at White Plains hasn't had a winning record overall since the 2013-14 season but the Wildcats are over .500 now. Matt Ford, now in his fourth season as...

 2023-01-27 16:30 

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Talladega Main Street steering committee sets forth goals...

The Talladega Main Street, Inc., steering committee has been taking steps to establish itself as a downtown business promotion organization....

 2023-01-27 15:15 

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Look Back ... to expanded service at free clinic, 1998...

In January 1998 came the welcome news of expanded hours and services at the free clinic at the Church of St. Michael and All Angels....

 2023-01-27 15:00 

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College announces hiring of new admissions director...

Talladega College announced that Derrick Robertson has been named associate vice president and executive director of admissions and enrollment management services....

 2023-01-27 06:24 

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Springville overwhelms St. Clair County, returns to the county championship game...

MOODY — Springville's size proved too much for St. Clair County on Thursday night. Tigers junior Bella Bullington made that point clear from her basket in the opening minute until...

 2023-01-27 06:23 

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JSU men: Potter, King help Gamecocks snap three-game losing streak...

A road trip to Florida may have been just what the doctor ordered to cure Jacksonville State's ills....

 2023-01-27 05:49 

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Burke sends Moody to the county finals with 'game of the year' performance against Springville...

MOODY — Springville threatened to pull off a double-digit comeback twice in the fourth quarter, and twice Moody junior Blaine Burke found himself with the ball in his hands just...

 2023-01-27 03:28 

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JSU women: Kennedy's big basket breaks Gamecocks' four-game losing streak...

Jacksonville State's Kennedy Gavin says she didn't worry about the clock or the score when she took the winning shot in the closing seconds of Thursday's 43-41 win over Central...

 2023-01-27 01:30 

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Talladega school board scheduled to take hiring vote Tuesday...

The Talladega City Board of Education has called a meeting for Tuesday, Jan. 31, at 5 p.m. to vote on the hiring of a chief schools financial officer....

 2023-01-27 01:06 

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Talladega fire guts unoccupied Brecon building...

A fire in Talladega's Brecon Community early Wednesday morning gutted a warehouse type structure, according to Fire Chief Danny Warwick....

 2023-01-27 00:41 

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Costs for vehicle, trailer, boat tags could go up this year...

St. Clair County residents could see a $2 increase in license tag fees this year....

 2023-01-27 00:38 

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New site offers video archives, transcripts of legislative actions...

The site, www.thealabamachannel.org, will also have searchable transcripts of recordings, allowing people to look up discussions on specific topics....

 2023-01-27 00:30 

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Sylacauga PARD holding Game Night Feb. 10...

The Sylacauga Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting a family game night sponsored by Rep. Ben Robbins Friday, Feb. 10, at the J. Craig Smith Community Center gym from...

 2023-01-27 00:08 

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Alleging 'set up', Hooper sues city, police chief...

Hooper alleges these enemies are working to "destroy" him because of his support for former President Donald Trump....

 2023-01-27 00:00 

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Police investigate catalytic converter theft from vehicle...

The stolen item was not a surprise, but the place from which it was removed was....

 2023-01-26 23:53 

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From the Bunker: Winton 5 under after 2 holes...

As we slowly creep towards 2023 golf weather, Ronnie Winton made some news out at Pine Hill with one of the fastest starts to a round that you could possibly...

 2023-01-26 23:22 

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Pell City officials get yearly update of public works projects...

Pell City officials got their yearly update Monday on completed and pending projects for the city's water and sewer operations, getting high marks for the work that's been done, and...

 2023-01-26 23:18 

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'Divisive concepts' bill back in upcoming legislative session...

Prohibitions in the bill include suggesting an individual is "responsible for actions committed in the past" and the idea that an individual is "inherently racist, sexist, or oppressive."...

 2023-01-26 22:00 

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UPDATED: County schools lead fundraiser for student's burial expenses...

Reyes put out the word Tuesday on the school district's social media page that Jessie would be laid to rest "with the dignity he deserves" and asked for financial aid...

 2023-01-26 15:15 

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Look Back ... to zoning flexibility in Jacksonville, 1998...

Some Jacksonville professionals in January 1998 wanted to build apartments over their business offices, such as those on the city square, but they were prevented from doing so by a...

 2023-01-26 10:30 

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Prep wrestling: Pell City's Kirby notches 100th career win...

After years of hard-core training, Kirby won the 100th match of his high school wrestling career with a first-period pin Tuesday night. Kirby's milestone victory came against Lincoln High in...

 2023-01-26 04:37 

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Prep basketball roundup: Piedmont, Jacksonville sweep; Weaver boys take area game...

Piedmont's boys and girls, Jacksonville's boys and girls, Weaver's boys and Jacksonville Christian's girls recorded prep hoops victories. Their results inside the link....

 2023-01-26 03:00 

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Lori Floyd tries to set homeless on a better path...

Lori Floyd has been named The Anniston Star's Citizen of the Year at the 44th annual meeting of Calhoun County Area Chamber and Visitors Center....

 2023-01-26 01:48 

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Prep football: Sylacauga feels like home to new coach Chris Smelley...

"I know Sylacauga has a proud tradition, and I can feel the pride here. I'm going to challenge the players. We're going to develop relationships, and I want this program...

 2023-01-26 00:30 

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Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce hosts annual dinner...

The 44th annual meeting of the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau was held Wednesday afternoon at the Oxford Civic Center with more than 350 in attendance....

 2023-01-25 22:04 

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Professional women's softball team to make Choccolocco Park home base...

Smash It Sports has been looking for a permanent home since the WPF Exhibition Season in 2022 took place at the at the USSSA Space Coast Complex in Viera, Fla....

 2023-01-25 18:45 

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Birmingham-area pageant bestows honor on Sylacauga man...

Shannon Darby, previously crowned "Mr. Talladega Man of Distinction," went on to win Mr. Magic City Man of Distinction and Best in Talent in Birmingham earlier this month....

 2023-01-25 17:45 

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Lisa Davis: I'd like a word with Old Age...

Me: You know those hairs that have started growing on my chin since you showed up?...

 2023-01-25 17:15 

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James Martin using inspiration and experience to improve Pell City schools...

While still a youngster, Dr. James Martin says, he knew — he just knew he felt a calling to help other young people....

 2023-01-25 16:00 

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HOSA students seek donations for conference expenses...

A group of future health care workers from southern Talladega County is asking for the public's help with travel and hotel expenses to a group leadership conference in Montgomery in...

 2023-01-25 16:00 

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Spotlight on: Anne McNickle, The Shop on the Corner...

Anne McNickle owns The Shop on the Corner in Oxford, a boutique specializing in women's clothing. Owning a boutique was a childhood dream for McNickle, and being able to open...

 2023-01-25 15:15 

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Look Back ... to a pitiful lack of lunchroom facilities, 1948...

Of the 5,140 children enrolled in the entire Anniston public school system, Superintendent Rayburn J. Fisher said in January 1948, only 910 could eat at one time in all lunchrooms...

 2023-01-25 14:45 

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Woman charged with theft by deception...

A Talladega woman has been charged with theft by deception in the first degree after defrauding a bank out of about $14,000....

 2023-01-25 13:45 

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Talladega looking at computer giveaway, increasing broadband access...

Two unrelated events in Talladega are both aimed at increasing access to modern technology. One event involves giving away free tablet computers to those who register and qualify ahead of...

 2023-01-25 12:00 

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Oxford council delays short-term rental ordinance decision...

The ordinance that the Oxford City Council was thinking about using to govern short-term high-end property rental has been delayed a bit, pending clarification of a provision about how neighboring...

 2023-01-25 07:46 

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Prep basketball: Jacksonville boys, girls sail past Cleburne County...

Jacksonville High's boys shot 57 percent from the field and rolled past Cleburne County 72-28 on Tuesday night....

 2023-01-25 07:22 

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Saints soar past Victory Christian, book spot in St. Clair County Tournament semifinals...

RAGLAND — After a long start to the new year, St. Clair County looks more than ready to turn the page....

 2023-01-25 06:02 

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Girls prep basketball: Walker helps pace Alexandria to Area 12 win...

Alexandria senior guard Jordyn Walker was a matchup nightmare all Tuesday night for the Lincoln High girls. Walker was spectacular in helping the Valley Cubs to a 51-40 win in...

 2023-01-25 05:06 

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Lions Roar: Victory Christian girls dominate Ragland, advance to county semifinals...

RAGLAND — The Victory Christian girls booked their spot in the St. Clair County Tournament semifinals with a dominant 43-21 win over Ragland....

 2023-01-25 03:19 

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Man dies of overdose at job site on Electronics Drive...

A Riverside man was found unresponsive in a home he was remodeling in Anniston of an apparent fentanyl drug overdose, officials say. He was subsequently pronounced dead....

 2023-01-25 03:10 

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New man in charge: Sylacauga hires ex-SEC quarterback Chris Smelley as head coach...

New Sylacauga head football coach Chris Smelley, who played quarterback under Steve Spurrier at South Carolina in 2006-08, will be formally introduced and welcomed to SHS at a pep rally...

 2023-01-25 03:07 

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Mother, daughter die in automobile accident...

A mother and daughter from the Choccolocco area died in a two-car motor vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon, officials say....

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