Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Wednesday in The Star

See these stories in Wednesday's Anniston Star:

Dan Whisenhunt is there as JSU president Bill Meehan's interview begins at Valdosta State in Georgia. (Meehan is in the running for the president's job there.) Dan looks at the similarities between the two campuses - they have a lot in common, from size, to scope of programs and history.

Todd South reports on the "state of the school" address given in Oxford by schools superintedent Jeff Goodwin.

Cleburne County tops a state tourism report on the percentage increase in tourism-related jobs. Andy Johns looks at the numbers and how Cleburne County's tourism industry has grown in recent years.

Jacksonville residents will gather for the first public forum about the strategic plan resulting from the city's drive to be labeled an "Alabama Community of Excellance." Matt Kasper has this story.