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By A. Ray Lee Columnist Memories of the past surfaced earlier this month when I received graduation announcements from several proud students who are taking ... Read more
By Jacob Hatcher Community Columnist For the most part, he’s just been a name on my wrist for the last decade or so. When I ... Read more
By Clif Knight Geanell and I are both farm transplants. We grew up on a seldom-used dirt road about a quarter mile apart. We were ... Read more
By Todd Barrier I’ve heard so many conversations through the years from people who aren’t satisfied with their relationship with God. They want to grow, ... Read more
By Todd Barrier The other day my daughter and I were on a long road trip together. On the way, we decided to have a ... Read more
By Beth Chapman Voting is a sacred freedom, and one we should all hold dear. Election Day is the one day you get to freely ... Read more
A. Ray Lee Columnist Last Sunday was Decoration Day at Lebanon – the final day of an event that began on Friday when those with ... Read more
Clif Knight Wendell Messer was not a normal freewheeling, fun-loving 16-year-old country boy. He was a misfit in a broken family, taken to smoking, cursing ... Read more
Jacob Hatcher Columnist Since the beginning of time, darkness hovered over the surface of what now constitutes the South Eastern Conference. Then in 1933, FDR ... Read more
By Beth Chapman Just about everyone who wants a job in most parts of Alabama should have one by now with unemployment at 2.9 percent. That ... Read more