Friday, January 11, 2008

Coming this weekend in The Star

On Saturday:
The Randolph County chapter of Ducks Unlimited is making duck boxes (similar to giant birdhouses) for Lake Wedowee. They are hoping to improve the number of wood ducks, which have seen their populations dwindle in Alabama and Georgie. Andy Johns has this story.

Todd South looks at preparations in Oxford to change its zoning laws for garden homes, to require larger lot sizes.

On Sunday:
Markeshia looks at the primary process. It's a voters' how-to for Alabama's first Febuary presidential primary.

Matt Kasper writes about who inspects and accredits hospitals. Part of our "Inspect This" series.

Dan Whisenhunt has a story about the city-owned plot of land north of the middle school. Some buildings there have been bulldozed. Something coming soon?

Dan also covers "free day" at the landfill and a community health fair at Greenbrier Church of Christ.

And for Monday:
Markeshia writes about the proposed statewide trauma system.

Dan has a story about the city moving ahead with a plan to clean up the Chalk Line property in Anniston.