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Wood questions use of money to send teachers to Washington
“We can’t pay to get the grass cut but we can pay for teachers to go to DC. I think there is a lot better use of money,” said Ranburne area resident Roger Wood as he addressed the monthly meeting of the Cleburne County Board of Education this week.
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Warning sirens: Some to be moved, some taken down
When warning sirens were erected throughout Cleburne County several years ago there was the potential threat of a dangerous chemical release from the chemical stockpile incineration program in Anniston.
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Firemen contain forest fire
U.S. Forest Service firefighters responded Tuesday to a 65-acre wildfire that temporarily closed the northeast portion of the Pinhoti National Recreation Trail in the Talladega National Forest, Shoal Creek District.
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Arrests & Charges
Arrest report for the week of December 9, 2010.
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Electric, gas rate reductions announced
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Today, the Alabama Public Service Commission voted to extend a fuel cost discount for Alabama Power Company customers.
Jacksonville State University receives SACS nod for first doctoral program
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The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools today cleared the way for Jacksonville State University in Alabama to begin offering its first doctoral degree, the Doctor of Science in Emergency Management, in Fall 2011.
Parent Leadership Training offered
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Cleburne County parents, providers and agencies are being offered the chance to participate in the 2011 Parent Leadership training program.
Holidays arrive in Cleburne
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The holiday season arrived last week in Cleburne County with the lighting of the tree and annual Candlelight Tour in downtown Heflin.
Cold front brings high winds, rain, minor damage
by Wayne Ruple
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Minor damage, mostly in the Heflin area, was reported Tuesday afternoon following high winds and rain brought into the county by a cold front which swept through the state Tuesday morning.
Judge takes case under advisement
by Wayne Ruple
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After having heard the evidence last week, Circuit Court Judge Malcom Street has taken under advisement the issues regarding a water dispute between the Cleburne County Water Authority and the Randloph County Water, Sewer and Fire Protection.
State ranks 49th in preterm births
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More than half a million babies are born too soon each year and thousands don’t live to celebrate their first birthday as a result.

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