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Last week a politician in our state implied some negative things about our state’s farmers. Imagine that, a politician throwing stones at another profession. Funny, ... Read more
By R.A. Mathews (firstname.lastname@example.org) Red, white, and blue. That’s what courses through my veins. So, for the patriotic holidays — Memorial Day, 4th of July, ... Read more
They came by the dozens, the tall and the small, young and old and every age in between. On a picture-perfect Saturday morning in downtown ... Read more
I know a lot of superheroes. They don’t necessarily wear capes, or carry shields. They don’t have superhuman strength, X-ray vision or the ability to ... Read more
I can remember as a child looking forward to our marathon summer days spent at the public beach in Pensacola. We’d leave at dawn, my ... Read more
We’ve all said the adage “teamwork makes the dream work,” but for Butler County Schools it was a different type of teamwork that kept ... Read more
The older I get, the more interested I grow in the past, how it affects us today and what it can teach us. ... Read more
By: John Meigs, Jr., MD, President – Medical Association of the State of Alabama Because of a seemingly slow rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, ... Read more
SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL Long time resident of Crenshaw County, Dr. Ira Walton Sr. was joined this past September by Dr. Daryl Franzel, a 40 ... Read more
The other day I posted on social media asking people to share a photo of something in their lives which brings them happiness. What was ... Read more