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Let’s clean out the notebook ... • Carbon Hill Main Street Committee is still being active. After last week’s Carbon Hill City Council meeting, District 1 Councilman McClain Burrough had … more
Local attorneys, Pat Nelson, Bob Bryan and Gina Cross of Nelson Bryan and Cross, sponsor this weekly column. more
There’s a lot to love about October. Aside from high school and college football, the month has much to offer. The colors alone are worth the price of admission. If you don’t believe me, take a … more
On a cool, early October morning, more than 200 kindergarten students and approximately 150 of their family members converged on Faye Whittemore Farms in Jasper for a field trip to the Pumpkin … more
“You have to write the book that wants to be written. And if the book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children.” — Madeleine L’Engle Somewhere I’ve heard … more
You recall that I have written about how the state has been dragging its feet on a state welcome center for this area on U.S. Interstate 22, which would be located at the state border in Marion County. more
Jilda and I never had children of our own. I like to think we would have been good parents. We have been fortunate in our lives because Jilda’s brother Ricky and his wife Deb live next door, and … more
On Tuesday, Birmingham voters selected the city’s youngest mayor in 100 years. At 36, Randall Woodfin is a borderline millennial. He is a member of the Generation Y wing, those of us who were … more
Let’s clear out the notebook ... •Here is to Jacob Butler, the manager of Jack’s in Carbon Hill, and Jessica Keeton, who works as a circulation assistant here at the Daily Mountain Eagle, … more
Local attorneys, Pat Nelson, Bob Bryan and Gina Cross of Nelson Bryan and Cross, sponsor this weekly column. more
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