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A late night surprise

There was never a dull moment in the lives of my siblings and some of our friends when we were growing up as early teens ... Read more

A continuing look back at F.E. Burleson

June 18, 1894—An educational meeting will be held in Morgan County at Burleson’s School House July 23. The object of the meetings is to discuss the Hundley ... Read more

Just a closer walk with Thee

By Todd Barrier David says to God, in Psalm 139:7-8, “Where can I go from Your Spirit? Or where can I flee from Your presence? If I ascend into heaven, You are there; if I ... Read more

Another look at the life of Forrest E. Burleson

May 1, 1915—At the urging of his principal, Professor J. H. Riddle, Forrest Burleson takes and passes the state teacher examination. The Alabama State Department of ... Read more

Sundays to remember

One of my favorite boyhood experiences was attending the all-day meetings that took place in small rural churches in our area.  Church calendars were sprinkled ... Read more

Recycling update

By Randy Garrison Several folks have shared their concerns about the recent suspension of the recycling program here in Hartselle. I wanted to clarify and ... Read more

Are you making excuses?

This week I will focus on the gospel of Luke again.   There is so much to learn in the gospels, it’s hard to just pick one story! Today ... Read more

Hartselle happenings pick up speed

By Randy Garrison City of Hartselle employees are back up to speed, especially in the areas of keeping our city neat and clean. We are once again enforcing nuisance ordinances, along with tall ... Read more

A Look Back at life of F. E. Burleson

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, education at all levels has been converted to at-home and online.   The mission of the educator, whether for the first grade or at ... Read more

Luke: A painter with words

By Todd Barrier  I don’t know about you, but when I study the gospels, Luke sometimes gets the short end of the stick. I seem to ... Read more

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