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Come visit us on Fat Tuesday The Daily Mountain Eagle is hosting an open house event on Tuesday as a way to engage our loyal readers and advertising clients with a small Mardi Gras celebration. We will be offering some free gumbo, king cake … more
The Daily Mountain Eagle has dedicated much ink over the last several days to possible tax increases being suggested by city and county officials. The Walker County Commission on Tuesday voted to ask for a referendum to seek more revenue (a tax … more
I’d felt a little sad and out of sorts for most of this past Monday without knowing why. Even though February is the shortest month of the year, it seems twice as long as May. The short days seem dark and drab. /that evening as I finished my blog … more
Mayberry — that fictional Southern town where neighbors are family and life moves at a snail’s pace — seems far removed from the turbulent, divisive world of 2017. But what if it were just a click away? more
So, now that things are settled down, I can settle into my regular Thursday slot and answer the question, “What are you doing back here?”  Well, I’m a little surprised myself. You with … more
This much I know for sure: Home ownership is NOT FOR WIMPS! I’ve known this for ages, but I was reminded last weekend when I walked into my bathroom. There was an unpleasant smell. No, that’s an understatement. My bathroom smelled like one I … more
Tuesday, the first day lawmakers could pass bills, is hopefully the biggest waste of a day in this session of the Alabama Legislature instead of a sign of what’s to come. The House took up two … more
This would normally be where I say, hello, it is good to be back at the Daily Mountain Eagle, and I’ve enjoyed seeing staff and co-workers again, and, my, where did the seven years go. We won’t do that, because I know where my first day went to. It went straight to the Walker County Commission. Mainly because the commission is going to the poor house. more
The key figures and events of the Civil Rights Movement are seared in the national consciousness in black and white. The dramatic photos and television footage have been seen so many times in the past 50 years that there is a danger of becoming … more
Black History Month began as “Negro History Week,” which was created in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson, a noted African American historian, scholar, educator and publisher. It became a month-long celebration in 1976. President Gerald Ford … more
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