Mills fought his conviction all the way to the U.
Supreme Court, which held in Mills v.
Alabama that the state could not prohibit campaigning on election day.
Toward the end of its existence, the Post-Herald adopted a niche of emphasizing more detailed local stories and featuring well-known local columnists, including Paul Finebaum.
The long-expected closure was announced to staffers and then to the public by E.
Scripps executives on the morning of September 22, 2005, the day before the final edition.
The announcement said that the Birmingham market could simply no longer support two newspapers, thus continuing a trend of big-city afternoon newspapers either folding or merging with morning newspapers. NewsCrimeEducationWeather BlogNewsClass ActCrimeSportsNewsCrimeWiresNewsCoronavirusCrimeNewsCrimeCrimeCrimeCrimeNationalForecastNewsNewsCrimeNationalCrimeNewsWiresWiresCrimeNewsNewsWeather BlogNewsNewsTrafficThe RundownNewsHealthCrimePoliticalNewsCounty Road 12NewsNewsEducationCrimeNewsCrimeFood for ThoughtSkip to contentAdvertiseBusiness BreaksDEALSContestsAsk the AttorneySketch the SkyClass ActAlabama Weather GuideHomeWatch LiveNewsLatest VideoFood for ThoughtWeatherWeather BlogFirst Alert StormtrackerWhat is a First Alert Weather Day?
Perhaps it reflects a lack of a central repository for historical Alabama newspapers?
We can only hope that the amount available will continue to increase.
Thornton, again changed the name to The Daily Birmingham Age and began daily publication for the first time.
Langston himself was badly beaten after making the picture.
Writer Clarke Stallworth held the distinction of writing the lead story for the front page of both the first and last editions of the Post-Herald.
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NOTES: 1 Scripps operates KZTV under a Shared Services Agreement with SagamoreHill Broadcasting.