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Even casual readers of this column have probably picked up on the fact that I love podcasts.Some people become fans of a single podcast, like last year’s S-Town, and then drift away after the final … more
From our two previous articles, Stephen was introduced by Luke as "a man full of faith and of the Holy Spirit." His evangelistic work was unknown, until he and six others were summoned and selected … more
First of all, let me say I hope you had a restful holiday. I had soreness in the shoulders and neck (thank you, Bioflex) and I was a little blue and irritable at times this past month, but God gave … more
For those who may have missed Part 1, for the time being, it remains available under the opinion section on the Daily Mountain Eagle web-page at … more
Let's clean out the notebook ... • I'm getting a quick education about a company called Retail Strategies and their influence on Jasper. Oddly enough, my old newspaper had to teach me. A … more
This column you are about to read was first published in the Daily Mountain Eagle way back in 2013. To this day, this column is the one I get the most comments about. I hope these words will … more
There is a picture sitting next to the computer in my office. Three faces are smiling so brightly you can almost get a tan looking at the framed photo. I’m sitting between my friends Terry Frasier and Dr. Tom Camp. We’re speeding down the Black Warrior River in the back of a boat. Tom’s wife Judy was the boat captain, Jilda was the photographer, and Terry’s wife Ginny was supervising. We were having a large time. In those days, it was easy to imagine that we would live forever. But it turns out that forever was not long enough. My friend Tom died last Sunday. more
We in Alabama treasure and defend our right to self governance  - our freedoms. These are being threatened by a backroom bill in Washington D.C.  HR3599 would prohibit states from enacting … more
Imagine you’re on death row. Your only crime is preaching the Gospel. Your execution looms over you like an ominous cloud. You are confined to a dingy, dark, dank dungeon. To make matters worse, there is no plumbing in your cell, no toothpaste, no deodorant, no air conditioning, no Wi-Fi. You can only bathe occasionally. You look bad, you feel bad, you smell bad. How can you have peace in this miserable situation? Oh, and by the way, you can request three things. What would you ask for? more

As our new design now reminds readers, this paper has been around since 1872, but this year marks the 60th anniversary of its becoming a daily.

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