Anniston articles on Wikipedia
Anniston may refer to: Places: Anniston, Alabama Anniston, Missouri Anniston Munitions Center Anniston (Amtrak station) USS Anniston, a.k.a. USS Montgomery
Feb 26th 2013

Anniston station
Anniston is an Amtrak train station at 126 West 4th Street in Anniston, Alabama. It is served by the Crescent passenger train. The station was originally
Feb 21st 2017

Anniston, Alabama
Anniston is a city in Calhoun County in the state of Alabama. As of the 2010 census, the population of the city was 23,106. According to the 2013 Census
May 14th 2017

Anniston Regional Airport
Anniston Regional Airport (IATA: ANBICAO: KANBFAA LID: ANB), formerly known as Anniston Metropolitan Airport, is a city-owned public-use airport located
Feb 22nd 2017

Anniston–Oxford metropolitan area
Coordinates: 33°38′N 85°50′W / 33.64°N 85.83°W / 33.64; -85.83 The Anniston-Oxford Metropolitan Statistical Area is the most populated metropolitan
Mar 28th 2017

The Anniston Star
Anniston-Star">The Anniston Star is the daily newspaper serving Anniston, Alabama, and the surrounding six-county region. Average Sunday circulation in September 2004
Apr 22nd 2017

Anniston Air Force Base
Anniston Air Force Base is a former United States Air Force airfield located approximately 10 miles north-northeast of Talladega, Alabama. It was active
Apr 10th 2017

Anniston Nobles
Anniston-Nobles">The Anniston Nobles were a minor league baseball team based in Anniston, Alabama that operated in the GeorgiaAlabama League from 1928–1930. Previously
Nov 17th 2015

Anniston and Atlantic Railroad
Anniston The Anniston and Atlantic Railroad was a 53-mile 3 ft (914 mm) narrow gauge railroad built between Anniston, Alabama and Sylacauga, Alabama, via Talladega
Sep 12th 2015

Anniston Museum of Natural History
Anniston-Museum">The Anniston Museum of Natural History is a museum in Lagarde Park, Anniston, Alabama, exhibiting more than 2,000 natural history items on permanent display
Mar 2nd 2017

Anniston, Missouri
Anniston is a city in Mississippi County, Missouri, United States. The population was 232 at the 2010 census. In 1963, voters of the Charleston, Anniston
Feb 14th 2017

Anniston Chemical Activity
33°37′36″N 85°59′9″W / 33.62667°N 85.98583°W / 33.62667; -85.98583 Anniston Chemical Activity was a U.S. Army chemical weapon storage site located
Nov 14th 2016

Anniston Hardware
Anniston-HardwareAnniston Hardware, in Anniston, Alabama was bombed by the KKK in 1964 during the Civil Rights Movement. The company had been incorporated in 1887 when
Dec 31st 2016

Anniston Army Depot
Anniston Army Depot (ANAD) is a major United States Army facility for the production and repair of ground combat vehicles, overhaul of Small Arms Weapon
May 24th 2017

Anniston City Schools
Anniston-City-SchoolsAnniston City Schools is a school district serving the city of Anniston, Alabama, United States. It includes the following schools: Anniston High School
Apr 3rd 2017

Anniston Rams
Anniston-Rams">The Anniston Rams were a minor league baseball team based in Anniston, Alabama that operated in the Southeastern League from 1938–1942 and again from
Feb 26th 2016

United States Post Office (Anniston, Alabama)
Federal Building and Courthouse, is a historic government building in Anniston, Alabama. The Beaux-Arts-style building was constructed in 1904. It was
Jan 27th 2017

Anniston Inn Kitchen
The-Anniston-Inn-KitchenThe Anniston Inn Kitchen is an event center in Anniston, Alabama, and the only remaining portion of the Old Anniston Inn. The inn was built in 1885 as
Nov 30th 2016

Anniston Eastern Bypass
Anniston-Eastern-Bypass">The Anniston Eastern Bypass is a project underway to build a four to six lane highway, two miles east of downtown Anniston, Alabama and downtown Oxford
Aug 26th 2016

Anniston Munitions Center
The-Anniston-Defense-Munitions-CenterThe Anniston Defense Munitions Center (ADMC) located at Anniston Army Depot is a multi-functional ammunition facility. The primary mission is receipt,
May 30th 2015

Calhoun County, Alabama
As of the 2010 census, the population was 118,572. Its county seat is Anniston. Its name is in honor of John C. Calhoun, famous member of the United States
May 22nd 2017

Temple Beth-El (Anniston, Alabama)
Beth-ElEl is a historic Jewish synagogue at 301 E. Thirteenth Street in Anniston, Alabama. It was built in 1891 in the Romanesque Revival style. It was
Nov 29th 2016

Union Depot and Freight House (Anniston, Alabama)
The Union Depot and Freight House in Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama is a building listed on the National Register of Historic Places. National Park
Nov 30th 2016

Mount Zion Baptist Church (Anniston, Alabama)
Mount Zion Baptist Church is a historic church at 212 Second Street in Anniston, Alabama. It was built in 1890 and added to the National Register of Historic
Nov 29th 2016

USS Montgomery (C-9)
From 1914 to 1918 she served with the Maryland Naval Militia. Renamed Anniston 14 March 1918, she was assigned to Division 2, American Patrol Detachment
Nov 5th 2016

Grace Episcopal Church (Anniston, Alabama)
Grace Episcopal Church, located at 1000 Leighton Avenue in Anniston, Alabama, is an historic Gothic Revival church that was added to the National Register
Mar 23rd 2017

Alabama State Route 202
serves as a connection between Interstate 20 west of the Anniston/Oxford area and Anniston in Calhoun County. SR-202 begins at an interchange with
Jun 23rd 2016

The Pines (Anniston, Alabama)
The Pines was a house in Anniston, Alabama. It was designed by architect Walter T. Downing and built in 1896. It was listed on the National Register of
Mar 16th 2017

Freedom Riders National Monument
Freedom Riders National Monument is a United States National Monument in Anniston, Alabama established by President Barack Obama in January 2017 to preserve
May 14th 2017

Saint Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church (Anniston, Alabama)
Church) is a historic Methodist church building at 1327 Leighton Avenue in Anniston, Alabama. It was built in 1888 and added to the National Register in 1985
Nov 29th 2016

serve Anniston, Alabama, USA. The station is owned by Word Works, Inc. WGRW broadcasts a Contemporary Christian music format to the Anniston and Gadsden
Nov 8th 2016

Samuel Noble Monument
located at the parkway median of Quintard Avenue and 11th Street in city of Anniston, Alabama, and was erected in 1895 to honor the town's founder, Samuel Noble
Apr 1st 2017

Thomas Kilby
Kilby died on October 22, 1943 in Anniston, Alabama at the age of 78. He is buried at Highland Cemetery in Anniston. In 1921, he was depicted on the Alabama
Apr 11th 2017

1994 NCAA Division I-AA football rankings
Anniston-Star">The Anniston Star (Anniston, Alabama). October 12, 1994. p. 2C. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via  "Div. I-AA Poll". Anniston-Star">The Anniston Star
May 19th 2017

GP Express Flight 861
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia to Anniston-Metropolitan-AirportAnniston Metropolitan Airport in Anniston, Alabama, crashed while attempting to land at approximately
Jan 17th 2017

WDNG (1450 AM, "Newstalk 1450") is a radio station licensed to serve Anniston, Alabama, United States. The station is owned by WDNG, Inc. It airs a news/talk
Dec 6th 2016

country music format. Licensed to Hobson City, Alabama, USA, it serves the Anniston-Oxford metropolitan area. The station is currently owned by Williams Communications
Jan 2nd 2016

WHMA (1390 AM, "Mighty Power 1390") is a radio station licensed to serve Anniston, Alabama, USA. The station is owned by Williams Communications, Inc. It
Jul 31st 2015

broadcasting a classic hits music format. Licensed to Anniston, Alabama, USA, the station serves the Anniston-Oxford Metropolitan Area. The station is currently
Dec 12th 2016

Elvin McCary
1907 – September 28, 1981) was a businessman and politician in his native Anniston, Alabama, who defected in 1950 from the Democratic to the Republican Party
Dec 22nd 2016

Antoine McClain
Originally from Anniston, Alabama, McClain played college football at Clemson University. Antoine McClain played his high school career at Anniston High School
May 19th 2017

Northeast Alabama
Alabama Northeast Alabama includes the cities of Anniston, Gadsden, Talladega, and their surrounding areas in the state of Alabama. The county inclusion varies
Mar 16th 2013

St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church (Anniston, Alabama)
Episcopal Church is an historic church located at 1000 West 18th Street in Anniston, Alabama. It was added to the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage
Nov 25th 2016

Tommy O'Brien
(1.80 m), 195 lb. O'Brien batted and threw right-handed. He was born in Anniston, Alabama. Basically a line-drive hitter and a good fielding replacement
Mar 7th 2017

Lamar Jeffers
from Alabama. Born in Anniston, Alabama, Jeffers attended the public schools and the Alabama Presbyterian College at Anniston. He served with the Alabama
Jan 22nd 2017

North American Bus Industries
located in Anniston, Alabama.[dead link] In 2015 NABI started producing the product lines of its parent, New Flyer Industries at the Anniston plant, and
Apr 7th 2017

Eastern Alabama Railway
1883 as a narrow gauge railroad known as the Anniston and Atlantic Railroad. On July 19, 1889, the Anniston & Atlantic Railroad became part of the Louisville
Oct 24th 2016

Central Alabama
Greater Birmingham, Gadsden, and Anniston metropolitan areas. The easternmost part of Central Alabama around Anniston has the steepest mountains and highest
Jan 1st 2017

Delvin Lamar Hughley
University where he was an All-American. Hughley attended Anniston-High-SchoolAnniston High School in Anniston, Alabama and was a letterman in football, basketball, track
Dec 15th 2016

Missouri Route 75
terminus is at Route 80, and it travels north through farmland to the town of Anniston. It then travels westward to its northern terminus at Route 105 north of
Apr 12th 2017

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