Almanac: Monday, April 21, 2014
by Bill Edwards (Compiled)
Assistant Metro Editor
11:55 PM, Sunday, April 20
A look back at this date in history.

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Judge says she can’t look in to PCB settlement money
A judge today rebuffed another attempt by some Anniston residents to force public disclosure of payments to plaintiff...
05:07 PM, Friday, November 15
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Deputies: Inmate charged with assault after biting guard
An inmate at the Calhoun County Jail was arrested on an assault charge Thursday after he bit a correction officer on ...
03:21 PM, Friday, November 15
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Anniston woman charged with child endangerment
A woman arrested Wednesday on a child endangerment charge exposed her child to drugs, according to a warrant for her ...
03:05 PM, Friday, November 15
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Dugger wildfire grows to 429 acres as crews surround blaze
A wildfire that’s raged all week in the Dugger Mountain Wilderness area of the Talladega National Forest had burned 4...
10:53 AM, Friday, November 15
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Calhoun County BoE hears of health insurance requirement f...
Calhoun County Schools Chief Financial Officer Leslie Bollendorf said under the Affordable Health Care Act, the schoo...
12:55 AM, Friday, November 15
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Frazier recommends pushing forward with Anniston city scho...
"No one wants to have to close a school, but with just 118 students, you just can't justify it remaining open," said ...
12:51 AM, Friday, November 15
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Officials: Switch to Wal-Mart wouldn't solve Medicaid woes
“If we were to choose the single most aggressive option out there ... that does not close the funding shortfall in Me...
12:49 AM, Friday, November 15
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Board fires Cleburne County High School teacher
The Cleburne County Board of Education went into executive session for just a few minutes and returned to open sessio...
08:25 PM, Thursday, November 14
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JSU sees dip in foreign enrollment, opposite of national t...
The number of international students studying at JSU has trended downward over the last five years, countering a nati...
07:03 PM, Thursday, November 14
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Calhoun Co. commission takes steps to replace dryers, repa...
The Calhoun County Commission on Thursday declared the fire damage of clothes dryers at the county jail this week an ...
06:45 PM, Thursday, November 14
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Firefighters making progress on Talladega wildfire
Firefighters made progress Thursday slowing the growth of a wildfire in the Talladega National Forest, a spokesman sa...
03:15 PM, Thursday, November 14
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State prosecutors announce indictment of Georgia man on co...
State prosecutors today announced the grand jury indictment of a Georgia man who they say attempted to illegally acce...
12:32 PM, Thursday, November 14
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Heflin board reduces water, sewer fees for some new busine...
Tanya Maloney, director of the Cleburne County Chamber of Commerce, said she believes the water board's fees could de...
09:17 PM, Wednesday, November 13
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Firefighters illuminate Heflin for the holidays
HEFLIN — For the second year, Heflin firefighters are installing lighted Christmas displays throughout town.
07:07 PM, Wednesday, November 13
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JSU officials hope for grant to expand training program fo...
Jacksonville State University is among a group of schools competing for a grant that officials here hope to use to sp...
06:56 PM, Wednesday, November 13
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