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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Update On Anniston Army Depot Funding
  • Rounds found at Old Camp Sibert were Tear Gas
  • Boaz man and Rockmart, Ga. Man plead in firearms case
  • Cherokee Electric announces Rate Hike


Update on Anniston Army Depot Funding 

The Battle to retain funding for the Anniston Army Depot is continuing in Washington.  Click the link below to hear Mike Mitchell’s report with Senator Jeff Sessions….   



Rounds found at Old Camp Sibert were Tear Gas 

Army specialists say they have determined that two old mortar rounds from the former Camp Sibert military base did not contain chemical warfare agents but a form of tear gas.  Mike Abrams, public affairs officer for the chemical weapons incinerator in Anniston said that the Army convened a review board Monday that evaluated data from X-ray and gamma ray tests performed last weekend and determined the mortars are filled with CNB type tear gas, which officials say is an older form of gas that was used for training during World War II.  The rounds were turned over to authorities last week and taken to the Depot to be analyzed and destroyed.


Boaz man and Rockmart, Ga. Man plead in firearms case 

Two men, accused of selling firearms at a Collinsville flea market entered guilty pleas to federal firearm charges Wednesday in Huntsville.  69 year old Teddy Neal Hill of Boaz and 70 year old Robert Donald Coats of Rockmart, Georgia entered the pleas to dealing in firearms without a federal license and to selling firearms to an out of state resident.  The arrests were part of a two year undercover operation known as Operation Flea Collar.  Evidence presented during the plea hearing revealed that Coats sold seven firearms to undercover agents between February and September 2004 at Trade Day Flea Market in Collinsville.  Officers discovered 30 firearms in Coats’ home and at least one of them had been a stolen gun.  Hill was charged with selling 21 guns to agents during the same period also at the Trade Day in Collinsville.  One of the guns he sold had an obliterated serial number and another was a stolen weapon.  Both men face a possible sentence of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine on each count.  Sentencing dates will be set by U.S. District Judge Lynwood C. Smith Jr.  A total of eleven people were indicted in connection with Operation Flea Collar last month.


Cherokee Electric announces Rate Hike 

Effective April 1, Cherokee Electric Cooperative customers will be paying higher rates. According to Cherokee Electric General Manager Randal Wilkie, the average customer will pay approximately 9.1 percent more as part of a 9.95 rate adjustment approved by TVA. The Cherokee Electric Cooperative Board of Directors has adopted a resolution to support Broadband Networks. Cherokee Electric will support efforts to bring broadband Internet access to areas in this district with the technologies developed by Cybrtyme, Inc. and IBEC, Inc. Their patented technology will use existing electric power lines to allow signal connections, independent of the power distribution circuits, that will deliver broad band services and wide area network (WAN) access to customers. The broadband service will usher in new options for customers that are only available through high-speed Internet access and will help close the “digital divide” that separates rural America.


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