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City of Anniston, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:411
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:11
Forcible Rape:21
Aggravated Assault:294
Property Crime:2,323
Larceny Theft:1,227
Motor Vehicle Theft:100
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Total population of residents23,106
White resident population recorded10,327
Black or African American resident population recorded11,903
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded69
Asian resident population recorded184
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded13
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded613
Resident population of some other race recorded221
Resident population of two or more races recorded389
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Cullman Lady Bearcats get a hard fought win against Hartselle
By: Johnny ThorntonCULLMAN – Victory was bittersweet for the Cullman Lady Bearcats in beating their arch rival Hartselle for the first time in five seasons. Cullman claimed an official 1-0 victory Thursday on the Cullman High campus. The win kept the Lady Bearcats in the chase for a playoff berth needing to beat Hartselle and East Limestone on the road next week to secure the No. 2 seed in 5A, Section 8 behind defending state champion Athens. This match went into a 10-minute overtime, remaining scoreless and had to be decided by penalty kicks. Both teams missed on their first of five tries with Hartselle scoring on the second attempt. Leah Shaddix tied it up for Cullman in penalty kick # 2. Hartselle went up 2-1 in kicks on the Lady Tigers’ third attempt then were matched by Kaitlyn Cook scoring on the goalie for the Lady Bearcats. Goalie Hannah Spradlin stopped the fourth attempt by deflecting it away at the last second. Brooklen Cook stepped up for Cullman and scored to put them ahead 3-2 in the fourth penalty kick segment. Hartselle needed to score to tie in its final opportunity. Spradlin denied the Lady Tigers and the Lady Bearcats celebrated their 11th win of the season in 16 matches. Coach Jacob Brown’s squad faces Donoho in Anniston Friday afternoon then has a 1 p.m. assignment on the home field against Florence. Brown hopes to play a lot of reserves in the Donoho game to give his starters some rest and have fresh legs vs. Florence to complete three assignments in three days. Rate this article:  Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5 No votes yet
Happening April 11 2014 - Source:

This Year’s Bloomin’ Festival Brings in the Crowds and Showcases Talents
By: Kate MullaneyPerhaps Cullman’s oldest and most popular community event, the beloved Bloomin’ Festival, was held last weekend, April 5 and 6. Tickets were $5 dollars at the door and all proceeds went to St. Bernard School. The Bloomin’ Festival was budding with excitement. The air was fresh and the vibe was earthy, indie and outdoorsy. The campus was packed with tents upon tents of vendors selling everything from handmade wooden items and artisan jewelry to hand crafted brooms and glassware made right in front of your eyes. People from all walks of life swarmed the venue to check out this once a year opportunity to find unique items and experience this awesome sense of community. There is no one proper way to enjoy the Bloomin’ Festival, but if you want to get the complete experience, you have to do a few things. First, as soon as you arrive, perform a light initial scan of the vendors. Don’t linger too long at any one station, but simply check out the options. Next, buy a funnel cake, sit down and devour it. Enjoy this time as well as the sugar rush you experience afterwards. Next, you need to do some serious vendor shopping. Lay eyes on each tent. You don’t have to go to every single one, but if you don’t look at each one, you might miss out. Now, be impulsive. If you see something you want to check out more in depth, go for it. By the time you’re done with your in-depth vendor shopping, you’re going to be hungry for lunch. So, head to the meal tent and enjoy a hot tasty meal provided by St. Bernard. After lunch, take some time to sit down and relax near the St. Bernard band offering you live music. Now, before you leave, go purchase those items you didn’t buy but almost did. It’ll be worth it. And finally, if you don’t do anything else at the Bloomin’ Festival, buy some mouthwatering, delicious, fresh-squeezed lemonade on your way out. You’ll be glad you did.  One of the vendors impressed an audience by making glass sculptures right there at her tent, Sheree Kilgore, from North Carolina. “I’ve been doing this over 30 years,” said Kilgore. “I don’t do a lot of events like this because I have a business in North Carolina. But I’m from Anniston, Alabama, so I like to come sell my art at the Bloomin’ Festival.” Another vendor, Robin Johnston, sold beautiful and unique artisan jewelry. She and her husband work together to create these one-of-a-kind handmade pieces. “It’s our first time at the Bloomin’ Festival,” said Johnston. “We love it. The grounds are beautiful and the people are wonderful.” President of St. Bernard School, Father Joel Martin, has watched the Bloomin’ Festival grow since the very beginning. “The Bloomin’ Festival started 30 years ago near the old gym which has since been torn down. But it rained that first festival on one of the days, so they moved everything inside the gym. So, it was really small then, and it’s great to see how much it’s grown since then.” He also stated that this event is the biggest fundraiser for the school every year. “It’s part of our operating budget,” he stated. “And we plan on making a certain amount of money from the Bloomin’ Festival each year. Not as gravy, but so we can stay alive.” Not only does St. Bernard benefit from this lively event each year, but so does the entire city of Cullman. “It definitely has economic boost too because people come from all over the place to come here. We have vendors from up north. But I think the biggest benefit to both the school and the local community is the positive, fun atmosphere. It’s something families can really enjoy. It’s unbeatable,” said Father Joel, with a smile on his face and a lemonade in hand. Rate this article:  Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5 No votes yet
Happening April 09 2014 - Source:

Vandalism on 1400 BLOCK OF ANNISTON DR, Lexington, KY (via
Complainant Advised Unknown Subjects With No Right To Do So Wantonly And Knowingly Fired A Weapon Into Victims Vehicle Causing Damage. Listed Subjects Wantonly
Happening March 02 2014 - Source:

Former Attorney (Christopher Shawn Linton) Pleads Guilty to Securities and Bank Fraud.
[Alabama Securities Commission] ANNISTON -- A former Birmingham attorney pleaded guilty today in federal court to charges connected with a securities fraud scheme involving the fraudulent taking of more than $2.8 million dollars in investment funds, announced U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance, FBI Special Agent in Charge Richard D. Schwein Jr. and Alabama Securities Commission Director Joseph Borg.
Happening February 20 2014 - Source:

Bentley awards grant to expand Coldwater Mountain
[Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs] The king of Alabama mountain biking trails will be adding a new jewel to its crown thanks to a $350,000 grant awarded by Gov. Robert Bentley. The grant will enable construction of 11 additional miles of trail and renovation of five existing miles at Coldwater Mountain near Anniston. The 4,083-acre complex, part of the state’s Forever Wild program, currently includes more than 25 miles of biking trails.
Happening February 19 2014 - Source:

Alabama Becoming Mountain Bike Mecca of the Southeast
[Forestry Commission, Alabama] In 2013, the International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) designated the Forever Wild Land Trust’s Coldwater Mountain tract near Anniston as a Bronze Level Ride Center, a large-scale mountain bike facility that offers a wide variety of ride options for riders of all skill levels. The IMBA has also inducted Oak Mountain State Park’s mountain bike trails into its Epic Ride Hall of Fame.
Happening January 13 2014 - Source:

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Anniston officers fatally shoot man armed with airsoft gun
Anniston police officers fatally shot a man who refused to drop his weapon, which later turned out to be an airsoft gun, on Tuesday morning.
April 22 2014 - Source:

DNA connects suspect to 3 burglaries in Anniston
Anniston police have charged a suspect in three burglaries after DNA connected him to the crime scene.
March 19 2014 - Source:

Anniston group makes bid for civil rights historical site
Last weekend, thousands of people from across the country gathered to cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge, re-enacting the voting rights march that put the small Alabama city forever on the map of civil rights history.
March 16 2014 - Source:

Man charged a year after bar fire in Anniston
The man was already in jail at the time of the new charges
February 28 2014 - Source:

Anniston police charge man with sexual abuse of a 5-year-old
Anniston Police have arrested a man they say sexually abused a 5-year-old girl.
February 05 2014 - Source:

FOX6 Exclusive: Katherine Papke talks about indictment in son's death
Is it an accident or a crime? The Anniston mother indicted this week for manslaughter in the heat-related death of her infant son is speaking exclusively to FOX6 News. 
November 07 2013 - Source:

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