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Let's clean out the notebook ... • Well, let's first have a lesson in civics. I've seen  some meetings of late, here and elsewhere, where elected officials have asked in the middle of … more
The Walker County Times added an air of mystery to its reporting in 1951 with a series it called "Way Back When."The Times, which was published each Thursday, ran a photograph and bio of an … more
Let's clean out the notebook ...• On Monday, James said I should get some photos at the apartment Tuesday morning, after the snow arrived. I heard rain in the night and finally went to sleep. I … more
Mark 10:17-31As Jesus was setting out on a journey, a man ran up and knelt before him, and asked him, “Good Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?” Jesus said to him, “Why do you call … more
The material for this column usually comes from the Daily Mountain Eagle's old front pages, but I also like to scan the unsigned editorials written by the paper's past leadership.The men who wrote … more
Let's clean out the notebook ... Well, it has been a busy start for Walker County Sheriff Nick Smith. The doors of the Walker County Jail have opened wide open for the him and the Walker County … more
On Monday, I will turn 44 years old. The middle 40’s is an interesting age to be; you are too old to be young and yet too young to be old. I reckon you are not over the hill but you’re not exactly climbing up the front side like a young buck either. I suppose in the middle forties one is standing firmly on the summit of that hill, not quite ready for the downward journey. more
The "biggest shift of students in county history" occurred on Jan. 16, 1969, as African American students transferred from Layton Davis High School and Terrell S. Boyd High School.The local school … more
Let's clean out the notebook ... • It looks like I've survived all the swearing in events. I joked with one of the mayors that it is appropriate that elected officials have a swearing in … more
I'm not much for the typical new year's resolution, for many are made and few are kept for any length of time. But, when I hear the word resolution I think most often of Ben Franklin. Many of his … more
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