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The sharp knife of a short life
I try to keep my columns as lighthearted as possible. I give regular updates on Wyatt because many of you have said you enjoy that.
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Hard to believe it’s been 25 years
I pulled To Kill a Mocking-bird from our library shelf today and something slipped from between the pages. When I picked it up, I realized that it was the laminated obit for my dad who died in the ...
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Cordova in the 1830s
I am visiting some of the old history of our county. The following is a brief look at Cordova in the 1800s.
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A love letter to Wyatt
Beautiful baby, I love you more than I have ever loved anyone.
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Locally-based bridal magazine celebrates its 10th anniversary
The state's only bridal magazine is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.
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Singing angels bring forth the warmth
When the residents of Northwest Alabama start thinking 45 degrees is warm, you know we have experienced the bone-chilling cold. J.B. Elliott, one of the granddaddies of weather reporting, described...
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Are you ready for some kickball?
Every-one was suited up. Eyes were blacked out, organ saving padding was in place, regulation footwear required. After weeks of waiting and enough smack talk to shame the most fervent college footb...
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MORE THAN WORDS
Whether a reader is feeling romantic or interested in learning more about black history, staff members at Carl Elliott Regional Library have chosen these books to suit the mood this month.
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Nothing like holding a newspaper
Call me old fashion, but I like to read books, newspapers, and magazines. I’m not talking about reading on a computer screen or some new fangled electronic gadget but the real thing.
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A very funny lady
Martha Bolton is a funny lady. Bob Hope said so.
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Engagements
Beaird-Daniels David and Jimmieanne Beaird of Jasper are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Julie Lynn Beaird, to James Leroy Daniels Jr., son of John and Sheryl Corea of Pruneda...
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My philosophy of education
My early life shaped my philosophy for living and working. I learned early that anything that is worthwhile costs something: time, energy, imagination, sacrifice, and perseverance. My belief, that ...
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School Menus
JASPER CITY SCHOOLS MADDOX MIDDLE SCHOOL Monday - Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Baked Chips, Tossed Salad, Lettuce, Tomato, Dill, Fresh Veggies, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Cup and Milk Tuesday - Chicken Quesad...
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Loving Lucy
When I was little, my best friends were my brother and Lucille Ball.
Feb 04, 2011 | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend
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MORE THAN WORDS
Have you given up on your New Year’s resolutions yet? Staff members at Carl Elliott Regional Library recommend these books for readers who need some extra inspiration to make their good intentions ...
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