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  • Trailer fire claims Calhoun County man
  • Calhoun County names new School Supt.
  • Peanut Butter recalled

 

Trailer fire claims Calhoun County man 

A Calhoun County man was killed Thursday  after fire burned through a mobile home on the Alexandria Jacksonville Highway. Firefighters said the victims body was found inside the home.  Calhoun County Coroner Patrick Brown said the fire began during the early morning hours Thursday.  Brown said an autopsy will determine whether the victim died of burns or of smoke inhalation. Officials said the fire most likely was started by a space heater in the rear of the mobile home. While officials would not identify the victim until the autopsy, friends and neighbors said he was 26 year old Joe Sigafuss. 

 

 

Calhoun County names new School Supt. 

The Calhoun County Board of Education Thursday evening named Judy Stiefel as its next superintendent.   Stiefel,  will replace Jacky Sparks when he retires June 30. the 56 year old Stiefel,  is a graduate of White Plains High School, Jacksonville State University and the University of Alabama. After 16 years of teaching, she became the county’s vocational director, child-nutrition director and interim supervisor. She has been a deputy superintendent since 1997. With the system planning to build middle schools in Alexandria and White Plains, Stiefel said the county, which has remained debt-free for many years, should borrow money only as a last resort.

 

Peanut Butter recalled

Alabama's two poison control centers say they were hit with dozens of calls Thursday from people worried about eating tainted peanut butter produced under the brands Peter Pan and Great Value. Some callers reported symptoms of possible salmonella food poisoning.  Ann Slatterly, supervisor for the Regional Poison Control Center in Birmingham said the center received more than 30 calls Thursday from people concerned about eating the peanut butter brands.  The brands were recalled Wednesday by their manufacturer, ConAgra Foods, after it was reported that about 300 people in 39 states may have been sickened. ConAgra told The Associated Press that it was not clear how many jars were affected by the recall. But the ConAgra plant in Sylvester, Ga., is the sole producer of the nationally distributed Peter Pan brand, and the recall covers all peanut butter - smooth and chunky - produced by the plant from May 2006 until now. The Great Value brand is produced for Wal-Mart. The plant has been shut down. The outbreak was detected by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state health agencies when they noticed spikes in the number of people sickened by salmonella, starting in August. Once peanut butter emerged as a link, the CDC notified the Food and Drug Administration's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, which is investigating.   Salmonella infections sicken about 40,000 people and kill about 600 people annually in the United States, according to the CDC. Poison control officials advised people who were not ill to discard the peanut butter, and advised ill people to immediately seek medical attention and save the product for possible testing. ConAgra advised people to save the jar's lid for a refund. The code on the lid is 2111.
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