Friday, October 19, 2007

This weekend in The Anniston Star

Coming this weekend in The Anniston Star:

On Saturday, Steve Ivey has a story on the low numbers of male teachers nationawide. The numbers are at a 40-year low. He talked with some local teachers and officials about why and what it might mean.

Andy Johns highlights the fourth-graders visit to Janney Furnace. The story is accompanied by an online slideshow.

Todd South has a followup on the discipline of Oxford Middle School students.

On Sunday: Markeshia Ricks talks with local legislators who are also business owners about the challenges of enforcing employment laws in relation to illegal immigrants in the workplace.

Matt Kasper highlights the health benefits of garlic. A new study shows that garlic consumption can reduce blood pressure.

Todd South looks at the step by step process to form a union in light of recent interest among Honda employees in organizing. How does a union election happen?

On Monday: Dan Whisenhunt checks in with Anniston Housing Authority residents about what they would like to see in the future.