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By Rebekah Yancey This job can sometimes be a difficult one, and just like many career paths, it can make you doubt your perseverance and “stick-to-itiveness,” as my dad likes to ... Read more
By Clif Knight If you’ve ever ridden on a merry-go-round, you know what it’s like to go round and round in a circle and wind ... Read more
By A. Ray Lee On a crisp October morning I sat by a large picture window to watch the day break over the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. From where I ... Read more
This job can sometimes be a difficult one, and just like many career paths, it can make you doubt your perseverance and “stick-to-itiveness,” as my ... Read more
By Phillip Hines Hartselle church of Christ Jeremiah spent about 40 years warning the Judean Jews that divine judgment would come unless they chose to repent and ... Read more
By Clif Knight Hartselle Hospital commanded a hilltop north of downtown for more than half a century. Incrementally, it developed into a 150-bed medical facility with a medical team and support ... Read more
By A. Ray Lee Columnist Sept. 12, a national holiday honoring a large segment of the American population quietly passed with little recognition. Perhaps it is because this holiday occurs on a Sunday, and does not offer paid time off ... Read more
By A. Ray Lee Columnist I finished a delicious meal made more enjoyable by the service of a waitress who was both professional and personal. She ... Read more
By Clif Knight Our farm looked a lot like the musical Old McDonald’s Farm in the 1940s and 1950s. It had mules, cows, hogs, chickens, ... Read more
By Randy Garrison Just a few weeks ago, there was planning meeting held between city department heads and City Council members. This was a public meeting that was ... Read more