Friday, May 16, 2008

This weekend in The Star

Coming this weekend in The Anniston Star:

For Saturday:

Andy Johns has a story about beekeeping. What's going on in beekeeping today?

Andy also rounds up the rainfall totals from Thursday.

Dan Whisenhunt has a follow up to the lawsuit filed by Citizens for Better Schools, who are they, where are they based and why are they getting involved in Calhoun County issues?

Dan will also have a story about a celebration of arts by the county's gifted enrichment program.

On Sunday:

Capitol Correspondent Markeshia Ricks recently talked with former Governor Don Siegelman. What did he have to say?

Nick Cenegy takes a look at Calhoun County 911 - now in operation for 20 years, the office recently took its 1 millionith call.

Andy Johns will cover the fun day at Glen Addie and a remote control aircraft festival in Lineville.

George Smith will have an appreciation of country music legend Eddie Arnold, who recently passed away.

And on Monday:

Nick and Dan write about truancy. Those involved with the Stop the Violence group have identified one concern they think could help keep kids on the right side of the law: addressing truancy. But the law can be tricky for schools and cops to enforce. Part of our ongoing series on the roots of crime.

We'll also have a story about the Big Alabama Scenic Trail event at the stateline this weekend.