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  • Teen arrested after gun found in car
  • Church purchases former Jacksonville restaurant
  • Area counties show tourism growth




Teen arrested after gun found in car                    

A 16-year-old Weaver High School student  was arrested Tuesday afternoon after Sheriffs Deputies stopped him for aggressive driving and tailgating a school bus, in addition officers  found a handgun in the glove compartment of the car he was driving.  The 16-year-old student  was stopped by a deputy and the school resource officer in Jacksonville near the Calhoun County Career Technical Center.  Officials said that a school bus driver taking students to the center alerted authorities that someone was tailgating and harassing the bus at a high rate of speed.  The 16 year old was a student that spends half the day at Weaver High school and the other half at the career center.  According to officials, the 16-year-old was driving a car that belonged to his family, and upon searching the vehicle, Deputies found a handgun in the glove-compartment.  The teen was arrested and charged with carrying a pistol without a permit. He was taken to Coosa Valley Detention Center. Officials said that the student had been checked out from Weaver High School earlier Tuesday by a family member for an unknown reason.  Deputies along with the school systems safety and security officer are investigating.  


Church purchases former Jacksonville restaurant 

It is now official, The First Baptist Church of Jacksonville is now the owner of the Old Henry farm barn restaurant.  The church purchased the historic property in a deal with Don James Construction of Anniston.  Church leaders say they plan to target young couples and families, using the property as a contemporary worship service and ministry organization named EaglePoint. Church leaders say the upper floor of the barn will be utilized as a worship center while the former restaurant on the main floor will be converted into a bible study area and the lower sub level will be used for storage.  The church hopes to begin holding services in the building by September. 


Area counties show tourism growth 

New statistics released this week by the Alabama Bureau of Tourism and Travel indicates that Clay and Cleburne Counties were increasingly popular places to be last year. Both counties ranked high for tourism growth statistics for 2007. Cleburne county led the state in tourism-related job growth, increasing 24 percent over 2006, and in the amount of money visitors were spending, jumping 49 percent over the previous year. The figures, most of which were based on state and local lodging tax records, also showed a 29 percent increase in the amount of money local businesses earned from tourism and travel in 2007 over 2006.  Figures in Talladega County increased around 10 percent to 15 percent, with Etowah increasing between 5 and 10 percent in most categories. Randolph County saw modest gains, while Clay County's figures increased nearly as much as Cleburne. Tourism officials said the sample size for Clay County was so small that one or two construction crews could send the statistics through the roof.

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