Keep your eye on the ball

The past few weeks have brought good news from all corners of the county. Read more

Challenges present opportunities for reform

It is no secret that as the Alabama Legislature reconvenes in March we have some major challenges. Our general fund budget of about $1.6 billion ... Read more

Is God Waiting on a Court Ruling?

I believe that God has allowed Satan to slowly turn up the heat under “The Melting Pot” we call the United States of America. As ... Read more

Shake the winter blues with a new activity

Shake the winter blues with a new activity

What a difference a year makes. This time last year, we were stuck between snowstorms in one of the coldest winters I can remember. (I have ... Read more

Scenes I will never forget

Scenes I will never forget

For the rest of my life, I will always remember Jan. 28, 2014. Read more

Letters to the Editor

The Great Symbol of America

Our flag was the first and most important symbol in America and has stood for over 200 years. It has been amazing to see the ... Read more

Driving into an intersection when the other road has the right of way is somewhat difficult, especially if one is driving onto a main road. Read more

Where has Christmas gone?

While out Christmas shopping today, we were listening to an old favorite of mine - Bing Crosby singing "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like ... Read more

Support local amendment

In addition to other important matters, Shelby County voters will have an opportunity to vote on Local Amendment No. 1 in the November 4 General ... Read more

Guarantee right to carry

I have had a concealed-carry permit for over 20 years, and not once in that time have I ever had need to pull my weapon. Read more

More Articles

  1. Give him room to grow
  2. You talk and I’ll listen
  3. Save money for a good cause
  4. Clear moon, frost soon!
  5. “Inauguration, and then what?
  6. Reason to celebrate in Chelsea
  7. Contracts, Oaths, or a Covenant Commitment?
  8. Taking a glimpse at the real world
  9. Op-Ed: Prison Reform
  10. Students take the lead
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