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Evans Flowers

1014 Noble St Ste B
Anniston, AL 36201
(256) 236-2589

Anniston AL News

Aug 29, 2016

State NFL roundup: Columbia's Trey Flowers blossoms for Patriots in Week 1 of preseason

NFL action. Other former state players seeing action in the first week of preseason games included Arizona Cardinals guard Antoine McClain (Anniston) and wide receiver J.J. Nelson (Midfield, UAB), Atlanta Falcons wide receiver J.D. McKissic (Central-Phenix City), Ravens offensive tackle Blaine Clausell (Baker) and defensive tackle Michael Pierce (Daphne), Panthers defensive end Mario Addison (Tarrant, Troy), punter Swayze Waters (UAB) and quarterback Joe Webb (Wenonah, UAB); Chicago Bears cornerback Jacoby Glenn (Vigor) and running back Jordan Howard (Gardendale, UAB), Bengals wide receiver Cody Core (Auburn High), Browns safety Don Jones (Hazlewood), Packers tight end Kennard Backman (UAB), linebacker Beniquez Brown (Florence), running back Brandon Burks (Daleville, Troy), cornerback LaDarius Gunter (Jeff Davis) and wide receiver Jamel Johnson (Carver-Montgomery, Alabama State); Houston Texans outside linebacker Eric Lee (Daphne), Colts wide receiver Chester Rogers (Lee-Huntsville), Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Braedon Bowman (South Alabama), Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (West Alabama), linebacker Jonathan Massaquoi (Troy), defensive tackle Rakeem Nunez-Roches (Central-Phenix City), running back Darrin Reaves (Clay-Chalkville, UAB) and defensive tackle Nick Williams (Minor, Samford); Minnesota Vikings linebacker Jake Ganus (Chelsea, UAB), cornerback Captain Munnerlyn (Murphy) and defensive end Denzell Perine (Davidson); Giants wide receiver K.J. Maye (Murphy), New York Jets nose tackle Steve McClendon (Carroll-Ozark, Troy) and wide receiver Chandler Worthy (Troy), Saints safeties Trae Elston (Oxford) and Jamal Golden (Wetumpka), Raiders offensive tackle Matt McCants (Williamson, UAB), wide receiver Seth Roberts (West Alabama) and safety Brynden Trawick (Troy); Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Montell Garner (South Alabama), guard Chris Hubbard (UAB) and defensive tackle Devaunte Sigler (B.C. Rain, Jacksonville State); Chargers outside linebacker Chris Landrum (Sweet Water), 49ers running back DuJuan Harris (Troy), Titans cornerback Kalan Reed (Briarwood Christian) and defensive end Mike Smith (Wenonah) and Washington Redskins defensive end Anthony Lanier (Alabama A&M). Nelson caught an 11-yard pass and had two punt returns for 12 yards in Arizona's 31-10 loss to Oakland on Friday. Roberts had a 9-yard reception for the Raiders. McKissic returned a kickoff 101 yards for a touchdown and also had a 14-yard punt return in Atlanta's 23-17 victory over Washington. Webb completed 9-of-16 passes for 89 yards and ran six times for 22 yards against Baltimore. Waters punted three times for a 34.3-yard average for Carolina. Howard had 12 yards on five carries in the Bears' 22-0 loss to the Broncos. Core caught three passes for 33 yards and made a special-teams tackle in Cincinnati's 17-16 loss to Minnesota. Burks ran for 45 yards on nine carries and caught two passes for 3 yards in Green Bay's victory over Cleveland. Backman caught three passes for 28 yards and Brown made four tackles, including one behind the line of scrimmage, for the Packers. Lee made three tackles and recorded a sack in his first pro action – Houston's 24-13 victory over San Francisco on Sunday night. Harris gained 29 yards on six rushing attempts for the 49ers. Bowman caught two passes for 28 yards in the Jaguars' 17-13 loss to the Jets on Thursday. Worthy had a 17-yard catch for New York. Reaves ran 11 times for 42 yards and caught a 15-yard pass in the Chiefs' 17-16 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday. Hill had a 6-yard catch, a 4-yard punt return and t... (AL.com)

Aug 15, 2016

State NFL roundup: Columbia's Trey Flowers blossoms for Patriots ...

NFL action. Other former state players seeing action in the first week of preseason games included Arizona Cardinals guard Antoine McClain (Anniston) and wide receiver J.J. Nelson (Midfield, UAB), Atlanta Falcons wide receiver J.D. McKissic (Central-Phenix City), Ravens offensive tackle Blaine Clausell (Baker) and defensive tackle Michael Pierce (Daphne), Panthers defensive end Mario Addison (Tarrant, Troy), punter Swayze Waters (UAB) and quarterback Joe Webb (Wenonah, UAB); Chicago Bears cornerback Jacoby Glenn (Vigor) and running back Jordan Howard (Gardendale, UAB), Bengals wide receiver Cody Core (Auburn High), Browns safety Don Jones (Hazlewood), Packers tight end Kennard Backman (UAB), linebacker Beniquez Brown (Florence), running back Brandon Burks (Daleville, Troy), cornerback LaDarius Gunter (Jeff Davis) and wide receiver Jamel Johnson (Carver-Montgomery, Alabama State); Houston Texans outside linebacker Eric Lee (Daphne), Colts wide receiver Chester Rogers (Lee-Huntsville), Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Braedon Bowman (South Alabama), Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (West Alabama), linebacker Jonathan Massaquoi (Troy), defensive tackle Rakeem Nunez-Roches (Central-Phenix City), running back Darrin Reaves (Clay-Chalkville, UAB) and defensive tackle Nick Williams (Minor, Samford); Minnesota Vikings linebacker Jake Ganus (Chelsea, UAB), cornerback Captain Munnerlyn (Murphy) and defensive end Denzell Perine (Davidson); Giants wide receiver K.J. Maye (Murphy), New York Jets nose tackle Steve McClendon (Carroll-Ozark, Troy) and wide receiver Chandler Worthy (Troy), Saints safeties Trae Elston (Oxford) and Jamal Golden (Wetumpka), Raiders offensive tackle Matt McCants (Williamson, UAB), wide receiver Seth Roberts (West Alabama) and safety Brynden Trawick (Troy); Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Montell Garner (South Alabama), guard Chris Hubbard (UAB) and defensive tackle Devaunte Sigler (B.C. Rain, Jacksonville State); Chargers outside linebacker Chris Landrum (Sweet Water), 49ers running back DuJuan Harris (Troy), Titans cornerback Kalan Reed (Briarwood Christian) and defensive end Mike Smith (Wenonah) and Washington Redskins defensive end Anthony Lanier (Alabama A&M). Nelson caught an 11-yard pass and had two punt returns for 12 yards in Arizona's 31-10 loss to Oakland on Friday. Roberts had a 9-yard reception for the Raiders. McKissic returned a kickoff 101 yards for a touchdown and also had a 14-yard punt return in Atlanta's 23-17 victory over Washington. Webb completed 9-of-16 passes for 89 yards and ran six times for 22 yards against Baltimore. Waters punted three times for a 34.3-yard average for Carolina. Howard had 12 yards on five carries in the Bears' 22-0 loss to the Broncos. Core caught three passes for 33 yards and made a special-teams tackle in Cincinnati's 17-16 loss to Minnesota. Burks ran for 45 yards on nine carries and caught two passes for 3 yards in Green Bay's victory over Cleveland. Backman caught three passes for 28 yards and Brown made four tackles, including one behind the line of scrimmage, for the Packers. Lee made three tackles and recorded a sack in his first pro action – Houston's 24-13 victory over San Francisco on Sunday night. Harris gained 29 yards on six rushing attempts for the 49ers. Bowman caught two passes for 28 yards in the Jaguars' 17-13 loss to the Jets on Thursday. Worthy had a 17-yard catch for New York. Reaves ran 11 times for 42 yards and caught a 15-yard pass in the Chiefs' 17-16 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday. Hill had a 6-yard catch, a 4-yard punt return an... (AL.com)

Jun 22, 2016

Funeral notices for Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Ala., died Monday, June 13, in Oxford, Ala. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to DAV Chapter 98, of which he was a member, at 1810 Noble St., Anniston, AL 36201. A celebration of life will be held on the coast of Maine at the end of summer. BAUDER — Claire L., 86, died Tuesday, June 14. A funeral service will be held Tuesday, June 28, at 11 a.m. at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Rangeley. Private interment will follow at Evergreen Cemetery. Following services, all are invited to a comfort reception hosted by the ECW in the church undercroft. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date at Trinity Episcopal Church in Ambler, Pa. In lieu of flowers, donations in Claire’s name may be made to: The Salvation Army Northern New England Division, PO Box 3647, Portland, ME 04104. Claire believed in their good work and was a longtime contributor. Arrangements are in the care of Wiles Remembrance Center, 137 Farmington Falls Road, Farmington. BROWN — Darryl N., 71, died at Livermore Falls, Saturday, June 18. Family and friends are invited to call at the Wiles Remembrance Center, 137 Farmington Falls Road (Routes 2 & 27), Farmington, on Saturday, June 25, from 10 a.m. until the time of the funeral service at 1 p.m. Following services, a comfort reception will be held at LaFleur’s Restaurant, Route 4, Jay. All are welcome. As would be Darryl’s preference and that of his family, remembrance gifts may be given to the Darryl and Penny Brown Scholarship Fund, University of Maine Fdt. Two Alumni Place Orono, Me. 04469-5792. Family committal services will be private. CHILD — Michael A., 52, of Athens, died Saturday, June 18. A celebration of life service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednes... (Lewiston Sun Journal)

Apr 22, 2016

Joan McKinney preserves World War II history at an Anniston cemetery

German and Italian prisoners of war from the North African campaign lie in 28 graves. You don’t expect a cemetery near Anniston, Alabama, to be home to German and Italian prisoners of war from World War II. Not too far from Fort McClellan, light sprinkled through massive pine trees covering 28 graves – of German and Italian POWs. As I read a few headstones, I couldn’t help but think that these young men, even though they fought for the enemy, were brave. “The occupants are German and Italian prisoners of war who were in the United States during the period 1943 to 1946,” said Joan McKinney, historian and Fort McClellan’s former community outreach coordinator. “They were captured during the North African campaign, (German Field Marshal Erwin) Rommel‘s men so to speak. The U.S. Army had 100,000 POWs in Tunisia and moved them all to the southern United States. We had POW camps all throughout the South.” McKinney worked at the fort as protocol director at first for the officers and was in charge of all the social activities in the command group. In a way, she is still in touch with her past through the ceme... (Alabama NewsCenter)

Apr 22, 2016

Think that field of flowering pear trees looks dreamy? It's really a gardener's nightmare.

Sherry Blanton is a member of the Calhoun County Master Gardeners Association. Contact her at sblanton@annistonstar.com. (Anniston Star)

Feb 2, 2016

State General Fund woes to continue in 2016

Medicaid, Courts and Prisons. Resistance to taxes is still prevalent in both chambers and Senate President Del Marsh of Anniston, who sponsored a casino/lottery bill last year, said he would not come with that proposal again this year. However, a clean pure lottery bill could be discussed. If it clears the legislature it must be approved by the people in an election. Alabama and Utah are the only two states that derive no revenue from gambling. The casino/lottery proposal would raise $330 million for the state. A pure lottery would generate about $225 million. There may be a move to unearmark some of Alabama’s taxes as the Session looms. Alabama currently earmarks more than four fifths of its tax revenue for specific purposes. This idea perpetually raises its head in times of budget crisis. Indeed legislation has been pre-filed to transfer a greater portion of wine and liquor revenues and profits to the General Fund. This unearmarking has been unsuccessful in the past. The best historical example was a classic battle between Gov. George Wallace and Alabama Education Associations icon Dr. Paul Hubbert. Wallace went on television with two jars of pennies – one full and overflowing symbolic of the Education Fund and one half full representing the General Fund. Wallace said he simply wanted to borrow a few of the pennies from Education and put into the half empty glass jar. Hubbert thwarted Wallace’s plan. However, Hubbert is gone and so is the power of the AEA. It died with Hubbert. This legislative body has shown keen interest in and indeed the propensity to raid the Special Education Trust Fund Budget. With the death of the AEA there is nobody to guard the Education dollars hen house. Therefore, the legislature sees robbing the Education Fund to pay for the General Fund as an easy solution. During the heyday of flush Education funding higher education benefited tremendously from the power of Hubbert’s AEA, “A rising tide sails all ships.” It may be time for higher education to step up to the plate and thwart the raid on their education dollars. Steve Flowers is Alabama’s leading political columnist.  His weekly column appears in over 60 Alabama newspapers.  He served 16 years in the state legislature.  Steve may be reached at www.steveflowers.us.  Read or Share this story: http://on.mgmadv.com/1SWyTmp ... (Montgomery Advertiser)