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Paul W. Bryant Museum/University of Alabama Museum

Celebrate more than 100 years of Crimson Tide football, revealed through photographs, uniforms and sports memorabilia. State-...

Fort Tyler

Located on Alabama-Georgia border, was site of one of last Civil War battles (April 16, 1865) to take place east of Mississip...

Marriott's Grand Hotel & Lakewood Golf Club -Old

Course Access: ResortHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: Yes...

Morgan Creek Vineyards

Family-owned vineyards and state-of-the-art winery. Southern-style wines made from blueberries, apples and muscadines. Winery...

Walker County Lake

Beautiful 160-acre lake. Located within Jasper city limits. 2-acre pond for children, elderly and handicapped. Stocked with c...

Limestone Springs

Limestone Springs Golf Club is one of Alabama's best kept secrets. Located 35 minutes north of downtown Birmingham and in the...


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Roadscapes: Quintard Ave In Anniston Alabama

A tour of Quintard Ave. in Anniston Alabama both ways! Also included in the video is McClellan Blvd. plus Snow St. and Hamric Dr. in Oxford. Video produced b...

One City, One Dream (Anniston, AL)

In this video submitted as part of the CITY OF STORYTELLERS video competition, Trey Miller and James C. Burton show the wonderful history of Anniston, Alabam...

Ambitions - Anniston, AL

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"Mine Eyes Have Seen....Anniston AL Civil Rights Documentary (Part 1 of 3 Parts)

This 2012 Documentary captures the intense passion and pain the City of Anniston citizens witnessed and felt during the turbulent times of the early Civil Ri...

Anniston Alabama - Still Being Poisoned

Water Company engineer states Hydrofluorosilicic Acid (Fluoride) - "discharge from fertilizer and aluminum factories" is being injected into the public water...

How Anniston, AL, keeps getting screwed by feds

Anniston, Alabama, is one sick town. Not only did everyone's favorite chemical company, Monsanto, spew toxic PCBs into their groundwater and air for decades ...

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