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Anniston

(ăn`ĭstən), city (1990 pop. 26,623), seat of Calhoun co., NE Ala., in a mining region of the Appalachian foothills; inc. 1873. Its manufactures include soil pipes, textiles, lumber, bricks, cabinets, and vaccines. Founded (1872) as an ironmaking "company town," it was opened to the public in 1883. The Anniston Army Depot is the site of a chemical weapons disposal facilty. Nearby Fort McClellan, headquarters of the Women's Army Corps (WAC) until 1978, was central to Anniston's economy until its closing in 1999 and is undergoing redevelopment.
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Another 10 inches of snow was reported in Anniston, Alabama, while up to 7 inches were reported in Mississippi.
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com)-- STREAM Capital Partners ("STREAM"), a boutique net lease and sale leaseback advisory group, recently completed the sale of a 276,000 square foot industrial property located in Anniston, Alabama.
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Ceremony music was provided by lifelong friends of the bride's family, including harpist Abigail Acker of Anniston, Alabama, and musician Josiah Irby of Little Rock, Arkansas, both of whom were accompanied by violinist Shelly Brown.
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