Dear editor: This Thanksgiving Day, as we gather with family and friends to count our blessings, let’s give thanks for the bounty we enjoy – not just on ... Read more
By Todd Barrier In Luke 10:38-42 the Bible tells the story of Mary and Martha. Jesus is visiting the sisters’ home, and two very different things happen. Martha is worried ... Read more
3 days ago by Staff Reports.
There was nothing more disagreeable about living on an Alabama farm in the 1930s-1950s era than doing leftover work after the cotton harvest. I’m thinking ... Read more
5 days ago by Clif Knight.
By Randy Garrison Last week I shared good news about a new piece of equipment the City of Hartselle has purchased that will enable our ... Read more
6 days ago by Staff Reports.
By Todd Barrier Yes, 2021 is finally here! Many have been looking forward to 2021 because 2020 was such an incredibly hard year. When the year changed ... Read more
1 week ago by Staff Reports.
“Good morning, Rebekah: I hope this email finds you and your husband well and anticipating a New Year with many good things in store. Attached ... Read more
2 weeks ago by Rebekah Yancey.
By Randy Garrison Well, we are already into the second week of a new year, and 2021 has turned out to be one for the history ... Read more
2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.
By Clif Knight Just as time has a way of changing our appearance, it changes the way we live. Nowhere is that more apparent than the ... Read more
2 weeks ago by Clif Knight.
By Todd Barrier Over the past several weeks, our area has seen a dramatic surge in COVID cases. It seems it is worse now than during ... Read more
3 weeks ago by Staff Reports.
Editor’s note: The following piece is the final column submitted by longtime contributor and Hartselle native Dr. Bill Stewart. Stewart passed away in Tuscaloosa. He was ... Read more
3 weeks ago by Bill Stewart.
Here we are, heading into a new year. After nearly a year of economic lockdown, mask–wearing and social distancing, COVID-19 has taken its toll. Normalcy has ... Read more