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There is a little book sitting on my bookcase in my office that I haven’t thought about in quite some time, that is until a midweek conversation during a lunch with Ed Howell, the news editor here at the Daily Mountain Eagle. The book, entitled … more
The face of war is usually a man’s — young and lean with an expression frozen in time that is both haunting and heroic. What we so easily forget is that women have been serving in the armed forces since the American … more
Sit down, folks. I need to have a heart-to-heart with you. As you recall a few weeks ago, District 4 Walker County Commissioner Steven Aderholt, prevented from speaking at a Walker County Civil Service Board meeting, eventually went online and … more
Qualifying to run for the open U.S. Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions ended last week, with a crowded field of candidates throwing their names in the hat. The primary will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 15. Any runoff, which is probably with 11 … more
Graduation season is upon us. Each year we receive invitations from the grandkids and great grandkids of our friends and neighbors. It’s an interesting crossroad for kids walking down the aisle. The road ahead into the future seems so bright and … more
A bill to provide support for autistic children has passed the Alabama Legislature by votes of 100-0 in the House and 33-1 in the Senate. The bill is similar to laws already existing in 45 other states. Citizens in Alabama had overwhelmingly showed … more
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