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JSU announces volleyball coach hire - The Anniston Star
and is a member of the National Junior College Athletics Association Volleyball Hall of Fame. He coached Iowa Western Community College’s team to the 2006 NJCAA championship, and won national titles in 2000 and 2004 at St. Clair County (Mich.)
The new world of business computers - The Anniston Star
(BPT) - Choice is great, right? It sure is, except when the options leave your head spinning. Businesses have a lot to consider when purchasing computers these days with touch screen laptops, Chromebooks, Windows 8 vs. Windows 7, and choosing ...
Plan unveiled to redevelop Anniston public housing - The Anniston Star
Anniston’s three oldest and largest public housing complexes could be demolished and remaining units renovated as part of a redevelopment program proposed Thursday. The multi-million-dollar plan, presented during a meeting of the Anniston ...
College basketball: Benson's putback keeps JSU alive in OVC women's tourney - The Anniston Star
NASHVILLE – Another day, another win for Jacksonville State’s surging women’s basketball team. This time, it came in thrilling fashion. Freshman Briana Benson put back a teammate’s miss with less than a second left to give sixth-seeded ...
Woodland's Leah Strain lands on Alabama-Mississippi roster - The Anniston Star
Strain’s senior season was one for the record books. Along with leading Woodland to its second straight state championship -- winning tournament MVP both years -- the Jacksonville State signee moved into second place on the state's list of all ...
Brandon Miller's In My Opinion: It’s too cold to play county baseball tourney - The Anniston Star
There were almost as many miserable faces as there were blankets at the Calhoun County baseball tournament the last few days. From Friday to Wednesday, there was one gorgeous day: Sunday. There was more than enough sunshine, and temperatures ...
JSU notebook: Jenkins feels 100 percent, but coaches limit him as a precaution - The Anniston Star
He was out there Thursday when the Gamecocks opened spring drills – feeling 100 percent, he said -- but rolled out in a green limited-activity jersey ... if I could get out there and run around a little bit, just so I wouldn’t be cold ...
JSU opens practice on cold, windy morning - The Anniston Star
JACKSONVILLE --The Jacksonville State football team was met with a morning that was cold, overcast and windy. If they didn’t know better, the players might have thought they were still in the final weeks of last season instead of the first day ...
Autopsy to be performed on body found in Logan Martin Lake - The Anniston Star
Authorities said Thursday that human remains found along Logan Martin Lake on Wednesday are those of a man, but that an autopsy must be performed to further identify the victim. St. Clair County Deputy Coroner Mike Pepple said the body had been ...
Heflin council gives emergency money to repair civic center room - The Anniston Star
The council allocated money for repairing the left wing of the building ... However, the city did call several roofing companies for estimates in an effort to get the best price, he said. “He (Forsyth) was the only one interested in the ...