Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Coming Wednesday in The Star

Check out Wednesday's Anniston Star for these stories:

A report from the Alabama School Journal shows Anniston Schools have the second highest legal fees in the state per pupil. What's behind those numbers? Dan Whisenhunt has this story.

The National Guard training center at McClellan hosted a "boss lift" - employees from the Guard members' civilian jobs were invited to come and see what they do on weekend drills, just a few weeks before some soldiers are set to deploy overseas. Todd South writes about the training. They'll be an online slideshow and video of the training, too.

The 19-year-old man sought by police in last week’s shooting death of Andre Patterson as he rode in a car on Gurnee Avenue, surrendered himself to police Tuesday afternoon.

Marekshia Ricks has an advance on two happenings in the Legistlature Wednesday: A House committee is taking up a bill that would make elections for Alabama judges non-partisan and a Senate committee will take up a bill relating to farming regulations.

A company that wants to run a multi-state gas pipeline through Oxford held a public meeting in the city. What did residents have to say?