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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Police search for Bank Robbery Suspect
  • Anniston Hit and Run
  • Gadsden to vote on elected school board
  • Finalists interviewed for Talladega city manager


Police search for Bank Robbery Suspect 


Police in Oxford are searching today for a man who robbed a branch of the Compass Bank on Hwy 21 South in Oxford Saturday morning.  According to police, the man entered the bank and produced a note to a teller demanding money.  The teller complied and the man left the bank on foot.   He is described as being six feet tall, weighing 150 pounds with a medium complexion and was wearing a black ball cap and black jacket with red trim.  Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to contact the Oxford Police Department at (256) 831-3121.


Anniston Hit and Run                    

Authorities are searching for the driver of a Maroon truck that they say struck An Anniston woman Friday night as she was trying to save her dog. 48 year old Bridgett Craft, was killed Friday night near 8:25 p.m. on Eulaton Road two miles west of Anniston.   Craft was struck by what a witness described as a maroon Z-71 Chevrolet truck with dual exhaust pipes. The truck also was described as a side-step truck. Craft died from blunt-force trauma and was pronounced dead at the scene.   State troopers are investigating the case.



Gadsden to vote on elected school board 

Gadsden residents will go to the polls Tuesday to vote on the issue of an elected school board.  Tuesday’s ballot will pose the question — “Do you favor changing the Gadsden City Board of Education from an appointed to an elected board?” — with voters marking yes or no.  The members are now appointed by the City Council. If the referendum passes, Board of Education elections will be held Aug. 26. If a runoff is necessary, it will be held Oct. 7. Board members will run by council district. Members elected this year would serve a two-year term, and the offices would be back on ballots during Gadsden’s mayoral and council election in 2010.  The salary for the current board members is $300 a month.  That will increase to $600 a month if the referendum passes.  According to the Alabama Association of School Boards, 20 of the 68 city school boards in the state have elected school boards.  Officials say they expect a low voter turnout for Tuesdays referendum. 


Finalists interviewed for Talladega city manager 

Three finalists for the Talladega city managers job were interviewed by the mayor and council Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. All three candidates emphasized the importance of teamwork and conveying the will of the council to city employees. But each would bring a somewhat different style and priorities to the position. The candidates are, Mark Donham, currently the assistant city manager in Monroe, N.C.,  Michael Stampfler, currently running a consulting group in Michigan, but experience as a city clerk and airport manager, including 20 years experience in managing Portage, Mich., and a short stint managing Castleberry, Fla.. The third candidate is Henry Booker, the current executive director of the Chattahoochee-Flint Economic Development Authority in Georgia.   The council has not indicated when they will decide which of the three candidates will become the new Talladega city manager.

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