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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Pell City man killed in morning accident
  • Attalla motel fire
  • Commissioners donate to library
  • Boaz council to consider annexation


Pell City man killed in morning accident 

Officials say that at least one person was killed this morning in a traffic accident in Oxford. The driver of a Dodge Ram pickup truck, 36 year old Charles Joseph Morton of Pell City, died and his passenger, 23 year old John Seth St. John of Ragland was injured in a wreck on Interstate 20 near mile marker 178. The truck was headed east shortly before 7 a.m. when the driver lost control, crossed the median, and collided with the rear-wheel area of a tractor-trailer driving in the westbound lanes. Officials said that Morton, who was driving the pickup truck died on impact; the driver of the tractor-trailer was not injured. Oxford EMS transported St. John to Regional Medical Center in Anniston.



Attalla motel fire

Fire officials in Attalla evacuated a wing of the Econo Lodge motel after one room caught fire Sunday afternoon.  Officials said one room sustained heavy damage and the room adjacent to it had smoke and water damage as a result of the blaze which occurred near 3:30 Sunday afternoon. The fire also damaged the laundry room located underneath the heavily damaged room.  Officials say it took about half an hour to contain the fire.  About 40 rooms were evacuated.The cause of the fire is still under investigation.  

Commissioners donate to library 

Two Calhoun County Commissioners have come to the rescue of  the library at Anniston High School. The library received heavy damage last year during a fire. At Thursday night’s City School board meeting, school board members questioned why 56-thousand dollars of the insurance proceeds was used to clear up a defecit in the school’s athletic fund, while the school’s library still needed 4,500 books to maintain accreditation. Friday afternoon county commission chairman James Pappy Dunn announced that he and commissioner Robert Downing would each donate five thousand dollars from their discretionary funds to help stock the library for what commissioner Dunn called a key ingredient to educating our youth.
 The commissioners have challenged members of the community to follow their lead and help restock the library.


Boaz council to consider annexation 

Members of the Boaz City Council will meet tonight and are expected to consider the annexation of a parcel of land that would enable Boaz to later annex Mountainboro into the city limits.About 40 acres of the Cooley Farm are up for annexation consideration. It adjoins the Boaz city limits and also the Mountainboro town limits. Mountainboro is still considering annexation into the city limits of Boaz. At the last Mountainboro Town Council meeting this month, a show of hands indicated residents favored annexation into Boaz as opposed to annexation into Sardis City.
However, at that meeting a petition containing about 100 signatures was presented, and the council is in the process of determining the authenticity of the signatures and also determining how many who signed are registered voters in Mountainboro.
The council voted 5-1 to seek annexation into Boaz, but later in that meeting rescinded the vote after considering the petition, which asked that the town remain as it is or to return to just being an unincorporated part of Etowah County.
Most of Boaz is in Marshall County, but a small portion is in Etowah County. Mountainboro is in Etowah County.

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