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Funeral & Obituary News for Pell City, AL

The Chattanoogan

Cohran-Welch, Rhonda (Dalton)
The Chattanoogan
... Franklin of Dalton; grandchildren, Connor Cohran and Kiersten Cohran both of Dalton; aunt and uncle, Troy and Marlene Foster of Cumming, GA; and cousins, Shelia (Leon) Leatherwood, Lamar (Debbie) Foster all of Cumming, Alan (Diane) Foster of Pell ...


Anniston Star

Childs, who helped 'glue' communities, dies at 71
Anniston Star
Funeral services were held Monday at the Church of St. Michael and All Angels. Survivors include her husband; a son, John Childs III; two sisters, Catherine Simpson, of Dover, Del., and Mary Chlebowski, of Evanston, Ill.; and a brother, John Chlebowski ...


Former Pleasant Valley student killed in single-car crash
Anniston Star
A 17-year-old driver died in a single-vehicle crash north of Jacksonville on Tuesday. According to Calhoun County Coroner Pat Brown, Steven Huddleston of Jacksonville died on the scene of the wreck, which occurred near the intersection of Williams Road ...


City of Anniston receives $90000 to expand farmers market
Anniston Star
Residents could see a larger farmers market in downtown Anniston next summer due to a $90,630 federal grant. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently awarded the grant to the city of Anniston to enlarge and support its farmers market for years to come.


Democrat's Saddam comment sparks GOP backlash
Anniston Star
A Democratic candidate for Congress referred to Saddam Hussein as "a necessary evil" in a radio interview earlier this month — a comment that sparked a rebuke from the state's Republican Party. The website Buzzfeed published an audio clip earlier this ...


Anniston Star

Some families choose to bury loved ones at home
Anniston Star
Robertson was unsure how many family cemeteries there are in Cleburne County, but Mark Dryden, owner of Dryden Funeral Homes, said there are at least 20 to 30. “I'm sure there's a lot of them that haven't been used in decades or that we've never been ...