Alabama 810 Radio News is seen exclusively on


2016 advertising information for GC. Now YOU can afford to place a page here.!

Save Ten With Angie's List!Save Ten With Angie's List!Save Ten With Angie's List!
Save EVEN MORE! Use Coupon Code "GET25" for a 25% Savings!!!         
Filed 09/27/2006 Updated after 4PM for next day...
             Home Sponsors Advertise Classifieds Tidbit Community News

Click the link for the astounding Repeating Weather Gizmonic only from, the INTERNET VOICE of Calhoun County, Alabama!       ** Repeating Weather Gizmonic**
Click for our Powerful Weather Radar powered by the National Weather Service in Birmingham, Alabama! Quickly see what's coming your way!


Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Webster Chapel man held in Monday shooting
  • Jacksonville woman seeking stronger dangerous dog ordinance
  • Accident kills Talladega teenager
  • Anniston smoking ordinance begins October 1st


Webster Chapel man held in Monday shooting 

Bundrum-Left: An apparent argument  over a dog, left one man dead and another in police custody Monday morning according to Calhoun County Sheriff Larry Amerson.  24 year old Jimmy Curtis Bundrum, of Verbon George Road was arrested Monday  in connection with the shooting death of his neighbor, 31 year old Kevin Samuel Finch. Assistant Coroner Marvin Southard said Finch suffered three gunshot wounds to the chest and one in his arm. Volunteer firefighters from the Webster's Chapel Fire Department arrived at the scene first, at about 8:30 a.m., and found Finch lying in the road with gunshot wounds. Southard said Finch died almost instantly. His body was transported to a state forensics lab in Huntsville Monday afternoon. Calhoun County Sheriff Larry Amerson said the victim's wife told deputies her husband had gone to talk to Bundrum. The men were reportedly arguing over a dog owned by Finch.  After the shooting, firefighters said they saw a man in Bundrum's mobile home with a rifle. Once deputies arrived they encircled the mobile home. Deputies treated the incident as a standoff until someone reported a man matching Bundrum's description walking on a nearby road. Bundrum was arrested by deputies on Rich's Lane where he surrendered peacefully. The Sheriff said that Finch's death is the first homicide in unincorporated Calhoun County this year.


Jacksonville woman seeking stronger dangerous dog ordinance 

A Jacksonville woman was attacked by two pit bulls while she was in her yard two weeks ago prompting her to ask the Jacksonville Mayor and Council to consider a stronger ordinance on vicious dogs in the city.  The woman told the council that the dogs had jumped a neighbors fence into her yard where the attack occurred.  She told the council that the dogs mauled her arm, requiring surgery.  When she returned home, she found that the dogs were still at the neighbors home and she was afraid to stay at her home.  Mayor Johnny Smith said that expects the city will make some changes to the cities existing ordinance.  The city has been asked to consider an ordinance passed by the city of Oxford, requiring vicious dogs to be not only placed inside a fenced yard but also in a caged area where they cannot get loose and endanger neighbors. 



Accident kills Talladega teenager 

A Chevrolet Baretta apparently left the roadway on Alabama 77 South in Waldo Monday morning, leaving the passenger dead at the scene and injuring the driver.   17 year old Candace Marie Taylor of Talladega was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. The driver,  18 year old Nikki Lynn Sailors, of Lincoln was transported to the emergency room of Citizens Baptist Medical Center by CARE Ambulance Service. Officials said that when they arrived the driver had gotten out of the car and was trying to pull the passenger out,  She told officials that somebody had pulled out in front of her.  After running off the road, the vehicle hit a tree and rolled over at least once. Alabama State Troopers are investigating the accident. 


Anniston smoking ordinance begins October 1st 

The city of Annistons new smoking ordinance will become effective next Monday October first, and thus far city officials say that Forty-nine restaurants have notified the city that they will not allow smoking when the city's new tobacco ordinance takes effect. The City Council passed the new smoking ordinance in May. It gives each restaurant a choice of being an all-smoking or an all non-smoking building. Restaurants which choose to allow smoking must install a ventilation system. If restaurants want to allow smoking in a section of their building, that section must be walled off, have self-closing doors and a ventilation system separate from the rest of the establishment.   Ryan's on Quintard Avenue initially wanted to ban smoking throughout the restaurant, and workers posted white paper signs warning customers. But managers experienced a backlash from some smoking customers, causing them to reconsider. General Manager Tim Brewster said he wants to transform a walled-off section behind the bakery bar into the new smoking section. He said it already has its own ventilation system and he would modify the doors to make them self-closing, as required by the ordinance.  In downtown Anniston the owners of The Office Soft Rock Lounge have decided to allow smoking, and will install a ventilation system, regardless of the price.

The Alabama 810 Radio News content of this page is the exclusive copyrighted property of Alabama Radio 810 LLC.


     The Alabama 810 Radio News is presented Monday through Friday here on Not only is it updated daily, but it is also archived so that you can see past editions. Use the advanced search engine below. If you know your date, for best results, type the issue date information exactly (Filed xx/xx/xx) as shown below into the Search For box because the search engine will return everything on that matches your phrase....
     For example Filed 03/01/2006 (Date we began archiving). Otherwise, basically anything archived is searchable by any word or name used. Have fun with this powerful database!

Search For:
Match:  Any word All words Exact phrase
Sound-alike matching
  From: ,
 To: ,
Show:   results   summaries
Sort by: 
OceanView Graphic Designs of Oxford Alabama is who you use for web design and computer services in Calhoun County, Alabama! Alabama 810 Radio News

The Alabama 810 Radio News content of this page is the exclusive copyrighted property of Alabama Radio 810 LLC. is the BIG DOG of Internet Advertising in Alabama!

256-405-9713 The ONLY locally owned Online Marketing Megasite!
Beat the recession with in Alabama and beyond.
Good FULL advertising for pennies on the dollars others charge.
No matter if your business is small in size, WILL equalize.
Remember, for full websites, we charge half as much and you get twice as much.

Home   News    Advertise/About    Classifieds    Local Data    Local History    Contact     Privacy Policy

Copyright 2002-2016 and OceanView Graphic Designs of Oxford, Alabama  SITEMAP  GC Privacy Policy  GC Statement of Principles About/Contact 
FTC Disclaimer: Please note that this page may contain affiliate product links in which case the owner may receive a commission if you click and do business with them.