Stan Ingold en Mill Closing Is 'Major Setback' For Ala. Town Transcript <p>RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST: <p>The world's largest paper producer says it's closing a mill in Alabama that employs 1,100 people. International Paper Company blames the closure in the town of Courtland on a decline in the demand for paper. Stan Ingold of Alabama Public Radio reports.<p>STAN INGOLD, BYLINE: The small town of Courtland, Alabama is reeling after the announcement by Memphis-based International Paper to close their mill. Diane Scanland is the executive director of the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce.<p>DIANE SCANLAND: It's devastating. Thu, 12 Sep 2013 09:27:00 +0000 Stan Ingold 33349 at At Life's End, A Final Home On The (Shooting) Range Many people keep cremated remains in an urn on the mantle or scatter their loved one's ashes over a sacred place.<p>Now, a company has pioneered a new twist: putting cremated remains into ammunition.<p>For $850, Holy Smoke will take cremated remains and put them into various types of shotgun shells and bullets for rifle and pistol shooters. Tue, 13 Nov 2012 20:32:00 +0000 Stan Ingold 19837 at