Community Columnists

Financing at Pelham High School

“READ THIS!” PHS Theatre teacher Jamie Stephenson shouted holding a letter in front of me. “We won! We won the Alabama Arts Education Initiative Grant!” Read more

Coconut Girl Cafe serves taste of Hawaii

Coconut Girl Cafe serves taste of Hawaii

A little taste of Hawaii has found its way to Columbiana, thanks to a couple who recently opened Coconut Girl Cafe on Main Street. Read more

Harmon leads efforts to restore historic Ware Fence

Harmon leads efforts to restore historic Ware Fence

New life has once again been breathed back into the historic Horace Ware Fence in the Columbiana City Cemetery. Read more

Helena History

Helena History

Helena Telephone Exchange. In 1913, C.T. Davidson brought the telephone to Helena and placed the switchboard in this building, constructed specifically for that purpose. Read more

Miller active in church, volunteering at polls

Diana Miller was born in Little Rock, Ark., in 1937. When she was 9 years old she and her family moved to Memphis, Tenn. Read more

More Articles

  1. American Robins signal start of spring
  2. Literary wins mean much to students
  3. Helena History
  4. Stith’s works displayed in UM Student Art Show
  5. Fashion show to include new hat fundraiser
  6. Tauber spends her time teaching, mentoring
  7. ‘Unconventional Wisdom’ opening reception set for March 4
  8. Migratory birds to take flight soon
  9. Helena History
  10. New year brings fresh challenge
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