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  • Suspects sought in Anniston bank robbery/kidnapping (Audio & Photo)
  • Sessions opposes more chemical weapons in Anniston (Audio)
  • Municipal elections qualifying ends...Area Candidates Listed


Suspects sought in Anniston bank robbery/kidnapping                       

Local police along with the FBI are searching for two black males who robbed the Wachovia Bank in Lenlock Wednesday morning.  According to Anniston police chief John Dryden, the two men  then abducted two elderly women Both women were released unharmed as police continue their search for suspects. 
Robber holds a gun on the bank
employee in  this dynamic photo.

Interview with Anniston Police Chief John Dryden 


Sessions opposes more chemical weapons in Anniston  

A scenario presented to congress last month proposes to  move more chemical weapons into the Anniston army depot for destruction.  U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions said like local community leaders, he was told that no additional weapons would be brought to Anniston.  The pentagon report was requested by congress to give alternatives to meeting the deadline to destroy all chemical weapons.  The Anniston facility is ahead of schedule to meeting the deadline for weapons stored at the Anniston depot.   Interview with U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions 



Municipal elections qualifying ends 

The battle lines are now drawn for August municipal elections in Calhoun County.  5pm Tuesday afternoon was the deadline for candidates to qualify. All of the elected positions in Anniston, Oxford, Piedmont and Jacksonville are contested, while Weaver, Hobson City and Ohatchee have a total of nine unchallenged candidates. Oxford's fourth district also appears to be highly competitive with four candidates in the running, including former professional wrestler Lash LeRoux. In Weaver residents will be electing a new mayor as Wayne Willis has decided instead to run for the city's fourth district council seat, which in turn resulted in attorney Shelia Field transferring her qualification from the District Four seat to the mayor's race. Municipal elections take place Aug. 26.


* incumbents



• Greg Thrower
• Leon Smith*

Council 1

• Phil Gardner, 49, manager of Southern Bath

• Larry Sims, 61, registered nurse

• Mike "Tex" Carter, 48, program director for WHMA

• John Fenn, 47, analyst in emergency management

• Tony Bolton

• Earl "EJ" Moran

Council 2

• June Reaves*

• Sean Perez, 36, plumber

• Perry White

Council 3

• Mike Henderson*, 51, bank president

• Mitch Key

Council 4

• Ralph Raughton, 57, self employed

• Chris Spurlin, 40, associate pastor

• Arthur Clanton "Al" Reaves

• Lash LeRoux

Council 5

• Steven Waits*, 40, information technology director

• Johnnie Alexander

• Harry Gilliam



• Chip Howell*, 53
• Gene Robinson, 57, owner of Western Auto

Council 1

• Stan Bennett*, 57, retired educator

• John Spain, 62, assistant professor in JSU's emergency management school

• John Norton, 62, attorney

Council 2

• Herbert Palmore*, 61, retired military and state trooper

• David Reddick, 30, warehouse manager

• Roosevelt Parker, Sr.

Council 3

• Ben Little*, declined to give information

• Debra Foster, 53, owner of Annie's Flower Garden

Council 4

• David Dawson, 51, pathologist

• Marcus Dunn, 47, minister, owner of Dunn's Cleaning Service



• Johnny Smith*, 67, retired math professor at JSU
• Pete Brooks

Council 1

• George Areno*, 70, retired ANAD employee and Army veteran

• Guy Bonds, 49, employee at Southern Tool

Council 2

• Robert Baker, 60, contractor for the Science Applications International Corporation

• Mark Jones

• Bill Sparrowhawk

Council 3:

• Truman Norred*, 66, minister

• Bill Owens

• Steve Smith

Council 4:

• Sandra Fox Sudduth*, 65, JSU professor

• Lovelle Buchanon

Council 5:

• Jerry Parris*, retired Navy

• Derek Raulerson, 36, administrator at religious publishing company



• Steve Baswell, 61, retired Air Force reserve
• Joseph K. Roberson*

Council 1

• Celesia Kilgore*

Council 2

• Justin "Butch" Mitchell*, 64, maintenance man for Goodyear Tire and Rubber

• Dewayne Taylor

Council 3

• Todd Eubanks*

• Willie B. Thomas

Council 4

• Jamie Harris

• Teresa Lott*

Council 5

• Perry Howard*



• Jackie George, 57, director of production at ANAD
• Gary Bearden, 58, retiree and small business owner
• Shelia Field, 47, attorney

Council 1

• Rodney Cobb*, 45, retail grocery counselor

Council 2

• Bert Snead, 32, probation and parole officer

Council 3

• Ray Thompson*, captain with Anniston Fire Department

Council 4

• Wayne Willis, 44, sergeant with Anniston Police

• Matthew Orman, 23, State Trooper

Council 5

• Jeff Clendenning, 43, county surveyor

Hobson City


• Kathy Jackson
• Alberta Cooley McCrory
• Ralph T. Woods*

Council 1

• Scotty Conley

• Susie Jones

Council 2

• O'Mildred "Wooky" Ball*

Council 3

• Deneva T. Barnes

• Charles A. Dumas*

• Leon Dudley

Council 4

• Frederick Striplin*

Council 5

• Willie J. Elston*



• James W. Bennett
• Charles "Charlie" Fagan*
• Brian Young

Council 1

• John T. Lawrence*

• Betty Duncan Williams

Council 2

• Mary C. Bramblett*

• Cynthia "Cindy" Crosby

Council 3

• Frank Cobb

• Edward Hanson*

Council 4

• Shelby Holder

• Kenneth Kelley*

Council 5

• Eddie A. Baldwin*

• Jennifer Hansard Ballew

Council 6

• Bruce Adderhold

• William "Bill" Baker*

Council 7

• Douglas H. "Doug" Goss*

• Brent Morrison



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