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3 weeks ago by Bill Stewart.
Sept. 9, 1915, what is now called the Association for the Study of African American Life and History was established. In homage to that, here’s a look back at the important roles black ... Read more
By Phillip Hines Isaiah 40:31 is a passage we have read and heard many times. Songs have been written about this verse. Isaiah said, “But those ... Read more
For the school year 2020-2021, conditions will be very unlike what the present generation of “grown–ups” knows much about. Some students will be in the school. Some parents, ... Read more
The cancellation of Depot Days later this month will leave yet another big hole in Hartselle’s 2020 entertainment agenda for adults and children alike. The popular seven-day annual ... Read more
By Randy Garrison I thought I would take this week’s column to update you on some of the happenings and updates from our recent City Council meeting. ... Read more
By Todd Barrier Here we are again: the beginning of a new school year. This one is unlike any other we’ve seen in some time. Instead ... Read more
May 17, 1942—F. E. Burleson delivered an inspiring patriotic address this morning at the First Methodist Church as recognition was given and honor was paid to ... Read more
The cotton harvest in September and October was critical to the survival of the farm family when I was a boy 75 years ago. Each ... Read more
By Phillip Hines After the resurrection of Jesus and just before His ascension, He gave some final words to the 11 apostles. We know these words ... Read more
President Calvin Coolidge was famous for saying, “The business of government is business.” Members of the Burleson family have been active in business but also in ... Read more