Monday, November 12, 2007

Tuesday's Star

Coming Tuesday in The Anniston Star:

We will have continuing coverage of the search for missing Donoho student, Ben Stanford. A team from Texas is organizing a party of local volunteers to comb the Villa Rica, Ga. area on four-wheelers Tuesday. That's where Stanford's Jeep was found. Todd South reports on this and Andy Johns will be on the scene in the morning and sending updates to our Web site. Scroll down to the last posting here for more information about Stanford who has been mising for a week.

Nick Cenegy profies the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office SORT program - that's their program to track sex offenders. Deputy Rachel Israel and others volunteer their time to check up on the county's sex offenders.

Markeshia Ricks has a story about plans by the state to set up a voting Web site for overseas military personnel who will be deployed during the upcoming primaries.

Matt Kasper will be at Monday's meeting in Ohatchee as residents gather to talk about the resignation of football coach Ray Crump.