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Saint Clair times (Newspaper) - November 8, 2012, Saint Clair, MichiganSports local football teams headed to playoffs Page 1bmoody new acting police chief for City Margaret Mustangs of the month St. Clair new councils take office 6a id 4c your Hometown newspaper for St. Clair county Leeds and Trussville. Glair times thursday november 8, 2012 a product of the daily Home big turnout for county gop by will Heath St. Clair times editor there were few surprises among the St. Clair county for tuesdays general election. The county like the rest of the state of Alabama a turned out in Large numbers tuesday with 35,326 voters going to the polls. The results were unsurprising As Well the county voted overwhelmingly in favor of Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney on tuesday with 38 of 39 precincts reporting Romney was credited 15,607 votes Over 82 percent to president Barack Obama 3,304 votes or just Over 17 percent in St Clair county. A i think its great a said Freddie Turrentine chairman of the Alabama Republican party. A i think see election Page 6a a ote Here today Brian Schoenhals St. Clair times St. Clair county experienced a big turnout for tuesdays general election with republicans receiving the most votes locally. Cobb retains seat on Boe by will Heath and Gary Hanner St. Clair times Angie Cobb a member of the St. Clair county Board of education since 2006, retained her at Large seat on the Board in tuesdays election earning an overwhelming 20,413 votes or almost 80 percent in the countywide general election. Steele native David countryman running As an Independent received 5,128 votes or just Over 20 percent. A i am so thankful to the Good lord that he saw me through this a Cobb said. A the gave me Grace to withstand All the things that have happened. I want to thank All my family and friends for their support. I look Forward to spending the next six years serving the citizens and children of St. Clair countryman said he was encouraged by what he saw during his Campaign for office. A i want to congratulate Angie Cobb on the win a countryman said. A i would Hope that the a. Clair county Board of education would put children and the needs of the Chi Dren in the classroom first. A during this Campaign i have travelled All aver this county and have met some very Nice people. I a vre care their hospitality. It has see Boe Page 6a bulk rate postage paid permit no. 22 Pell City Al 35128 free Clinkscales it named humanitarian of the year by states head Start program by Gary Hanner St. Chair times associate editor Eleanor Clinkscales has always made herself available to help out those in need. No matter How Young or old she has been there in times of need for clothes food shelter and even toys for children at Christmas. She makes sure students see award Page 6a v Gary Hanner St. Clair times Eleanor Clinkscales has been named this years Alabama head Start associations humanitarian of the year. Hundreds attend dedication of new veterans Home by David Atchison St. Clair times Pell City a close to 500 people gathered for thursdays ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony for the new colonel Robert l. Howard state veterans Home. A it is my Long awaited pleasure to Welcome you Here today a Kim Justice the veterans Homes executive director for the Alabama department of veterans affairs told those who attended the opening ceremony of the $50 million state of the Art Facil Ity. Officials from across the state As Well As local officials and veterans attended the historic ceremony. A what a fantastic facility we have Here today a gov. Robert Bentley said. A in Alabama we love our and the Plush state of the Art col. Robert l. Howard state veterans Home put an exclamation Point on the governors statement. Bentley said Alabama veterans deserve a new Home which officials tout As a National Model for future veterans Homes. A when you risk your life for your country you deserve an affordable Home a Bentley said. A veterans deserve affordable care in a comfortable setting. They deserve the see Home Page 6a Bob Crisp the Dahy Home the new colonel Robert l. Howard state veterans Home features a Large fireplace in the town opinion Community Calendar. 2editorial.7 .governments,1d citizens must unite move toward lifestyles.1c classified.6c-8c a dog 7 religion.3donline at see obituaries rage 2 orthodontics. Let to Rte a in no Down payment monthly payments As Low As 29 free initial exam a 78s so 20s 699 6744 of i a a ?.-- n 205 338 6244 mayor outgoing clerk spar at meeting by Gary Hanner St Clair times associate editor after 35 years As an employee with the City of Ashville clerk Bertha Wilson worked her final Day monday and also attended her final Council meeting As clerk. But the final Council meeting was bittersweet with tense moments of discussion As to whether Wilson deserved 160 hours of accrued vacation time for 2012. The Council ultimately tabled the action until a later Date. Mayor Robert Mckay said he would not sign the Check for Wilson until someone could prove to him 2-4/7. Raiv or your local Independent agent will be there. Harris Fowler insurance Moody 205-640-1108 %j4uto-owners insurance that it was due. A that is the 160 vacation hours you and the Council approved at the oct. 16, 2012 Council meeting a a Wilson said. A you recommended that it be a let me clarify a Mckay said. A at see Ashville Page 6a paying top prices ror your scrap now buying All types of Metal 111 Orten Vitlip at 205-629-2200

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