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  • Man charged with trying to hire someone to injure his wife
  • Goodyear talks resume
  • Challenge filed in Cleburne Commission Election
  • Funding for depot renovation in question


Man charged with trying to hire someone to injure his wife 

A Sylacauga man has been arrested for allegedly trying to pay someone to injure his wife. Oxford police say that 57 year old James Frederick McGill, of Sylacauga has been charged with criminal solicitation to commit assault in the first degree. The arrest was the result of a three-week investigation by Oxford police, the Alabama Bureau of Investigation and the Calhoun-Cleburne District Attorney’s office. According to District Attorney Joe Hubbard, Investigators believe McGill asked someone to hurt his wife.  Oxford police said they collected evidence when they arrested McGill, but would not say whether any money had changed hands or reveal any other details about the evidence.   State court records show that McGill was arrested and charged with production of obscene material related to child pornography Oct. 29, but police would not say whether the pornography charge was related to the solicitation. He was released on $75,000 bond for the pornography charge Nov. 8, according to court records.  

Goodyear talks resume

Goodyear and the United Steelworkers went back to formal talks Monday for the second time during the strike which began over a month ago.  A sampling of Goodyear tire stores Monday revealed some inventory concerns and some switching to brands other than Goodyear.  Store owners said there is  concern that Goodyear's inventory may be short for several months even if the strike ends soon.  Goodyear, and the Steelworkers agreed Friday to resume negotiations on a new labor deal. The union represents 15,000 workers who went on strike Oct. 5 from 12 U.S. and four Canadian plants. The number of striking workers includes 1,200 inactive union members on layoff, sick leave or injury time off.  Talks resumed Monday in Pittsburgh. The most recent negotiations in Cincinnati broke off Nov. 17 after four days. The union and Goodyear have disagreed over health care proposals for retirees and plans to close a Tyler, Texas, tire factory.  Goodyear spokesman Ed Markey said dealer concerns did not drive the decision to resume talks.  Steelworkers spokesman Wayne Ranick said the union expected revised Goodyear proposals.  Goodyear has sought to maintain production using supervisors, temporary workers and strikers who returned to work. It has planned to maintain inventory with tires produced outside North America.         


Challenge filed in Cleburne Commission Election 

The Democratic candidate for Cleburne County Commission District 2 commission seat has filed a challenge to the results of an earlier  vote recount in which her opponent, incumbent Commissioner Tracy Lambert won by just one vote.  Beverly Casey, lost by two votes on the November 7th election. Casey has issued a statement claiming that There were two votes not counted on election night and the day of the recount.  Oral arguments are scheduled to be heard by Judge John C. Thomason on Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the courtroom of the Cleburne County Courthouse in Heflin. 

Funding for Depot renovation in question 

Anniston officials are scratching their heads after learning that money they were promised for renovations to the fourth street train station are in question.  The city had been promised nearly 450 thousand dollars by the state department of transportation in a federal enhancement grant for the renovations.  However, the city learned from Congressman Mike Rogers office that the Federal Highway Administration received no request for the project from the state.  Several city officials are upset as they have been urged to be patient by state transportation officials when they learned this week that the federal highway administration was not even aware of the project.  The city purchased the train station in 2001 for $55,000 in hopes of turning the station into a transportation hub housing the greyhound bus station and taxi services as well as the Amtrak service.


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