Columns

High Praise for Low Unemployment

Just about everyone who wants a job in most parts of Alabama should have one by now with ...

Columns

Taking time to be proud of yourself

During the spring of 2013, I found myself at one of my lowest points in life.

Columns

Don’t act like a preacher

It happened twice lately, and on the same day, when I was innocently identified as a preacher.

Editorials

Go change the world class of 2022

As it does every year, graduation season has snuck up on us, and in no coincidence, this year, ...

Columns

Financial literacy

We’ve just completed the month designated by U.S. Lawmakers as Financial Literacy Month. It would appear many of ...

Columns

Voters sorting out fact from fiction ahead of primaries

We are weeks away from two of the most expensive Alabama Governor and Senate elections in state history.

Columns

Graduation should be celebrated as a major achievement

I remember my high school graduation vaguely. I remember maybe half the kids in my graduating class and ...

Columns

High praise deserved for low unemployment

Just about everyone who wants a job in most parts of Alabama should have one by now with ...

Columns

Speak the speech plainly, I pray thee

My ten-year-old grandson asked me to join in an Easter egg hunt.

Columns

Candidate debate unlikely in Alabama high profile races as primary day nears

Alabama voters are trying to sort out who they are going to support in the next four weeks ...

Editorials

A tradition that keeps on giving

With $500 pinned to the ground by a golf tee, a young golfer stepped up to the golf ...

Columns

A mentor worth listening to

It doesn’t take long to realize why Chris Stricklin is such a sought-after keynote motivational speaker around the ...

Columns

Alabamian helped work White House Egg Roll

Alabama’s Caleb Hicks was invited to the White House earlier this month to participate in the President’s annual ...

Columns

Alabama jobs numbers a bright spot for the state

Alabama’s unemployment rate just matched the lowest in the history of the state. At 2.9 percent, it tied ...

Editorials

The balance between past and future

Too often we get caught in the past and keeping things the way they were or are. Then ...

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