Monday, July 24, 2006

Money, math and meth

In Tuesday's Anniston Star, we'll have a look at the Alabama Math, Science and Technology Initiative, which is stationed at Jacksonville State University this summer. Eleven sites around the state have been selected to help math and science teachers sound less like ... math and science teachers in their classroom presentation.

The JSU Board of Trustees is trying to decide where to put its new Musical Arts building -- on campus or McClellan, where the facility could be as large as 142,000 square feet.

Bulding art of another kind is on display down in Roanoke, and this would be classified as modern art. The new justice facility looks like something out of Star Wars. It's a collection of pods and igloos that the staff says are indestructible.

We'll also have a rundown on a meth bust outside Oxford.