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Glamping - in the backyard - The Anniston Star
(BPT) - It's time to put those booties away ladies - it's officially sandal season. With longer days and warmer weather, you and your girlfriends can share laughs and stories under clear blue skies and beautiful starry nights. Glamping - glamorous camping ...
Composite or wood? Myth-busting facts to know before you decide on a deck - The Anniston Star
(BPT) - As temperatures warm across the country, many homeowners will begin thinking about home improvement. Adding a deck or replacing an old one is a popular project in spring and summer - one that provides outdoor entertaining space and enhances home value.
Calhoun County Softball Tournament: JCA gets first win - The Anniston Star
It isn’t often that you see a coach smiling after her team has lost in the opening day of the Calhoun County softball tournament, but that is just what Jacksonville Christian Academy’s coach had trouble not doing. After getting beat by Wellborn 6-0 ...
Class 1A-2A All-Calhoun County: Williams' shooting touch helped lead Sacred Heart - The Anniston Star
As an eighth-grader, Sacred Heart’s Quen Williams decided he wanted to start shooting the ball more, and since then, he has made remarkable progress. Now a junior, Williams has emerged as arguably one of the best 3-point shooters in Calhoun County, and ...
Avoid tax identity theft and keep your information safer this tax day - The Anniston Star
(BPT) - You know the feeling. You've slogged through the paperwork, collected your receipts, filled out the forms, transferred the totals from line to line and figured out the size of your refund, or how much you owe. You drop your tax forms in the mail or ...
Speak Out: Preserve our religious freedom - The Anniston Star
The Alabama House of Representatives recently approved a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow the display of the Ten Commandments on public property, including schools. We have critics who are against this amendment. Why is it OK for critics ...
Faith calendar: March 8 - The Anniston Star
• Martial arts exhibition with David Sheram, 6 p.m., New Covenant Church of God, 2511 Old Birmingham Highway, Anniston. Call 256-236-2812 for more information. • Indian Springs Chorus in free concert, 3 p.m., St. Michael and All Angels, 1000 W.
Calhoun County Sports Hall of Fame ready to induct 10th class - The Anniston Star
Six athletes and coaches who made their marks primarily in basketball and football make up the Class of 2014 for the Calhoun County Sports Hall of Fame. The six are Gilbert Adams, Jack Grizzard, Norwood Hodges, Charlie Munford, Sargent Prickett and Mike ...
Prep roundup: Garrick pitches Weaver to win over Ohatchee in opener - The Anniston Star
Jake Garrick pitched five innings of no-hit baseball to lead Weaver to a season-opening 8-2 road win over Ohatchee on Tuesday night. Garrick struck out eight and went 2-for-3 at the plate with a double and an RBI. Chris Kent finished 1-for-2 with a double ...
Anniston Animal Shelter: Spot - The Anniston Star
Spot is a marvelous, senior spaniel. He is a happy boy and loves everyone he meets. Being a senior dog he lacks the mischief of puppies and is ready to fit into a new home. His fee covers vetting. Visit AL75.petfinder.com or email calhouncountyhumane@gmail ...