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I hear people from time to time say they don’t like coffee.

I remember once upon a time ago one of the many chores that I got to do was to go out each fall and help my mom pick up pecans from trees that seemed to grow in almost everyone’s backyard. Mom … more
I was fortunate to have been born to a close knit family who periodically gathered for events, such as first Sunday in May for the decoration of graves in the cemetery used by our family. Initially … more

SUMITON – Sumiton Christian School senior Sam Shumate sees lots of tall trees in his future.

You ever heard the old saying “you can’t win for losing”. I feel that way quite often now days. I think the same thing can be said for home gardeners. If it isn’t dry weather, late freezes, … more
This may be a play on words, but I think that today hospitality has been replaced by generosity. I make this assertion because the climate has changed in the benevolent way of helping the needy. … more
I ran by the Riverside Fly Shop this week and had a long sit-down talk with Randy Jackson. He has been my fly-fishing mentor for years. When I first met him, he asked me what I fished with. Stepping … more

The Alabama Farmers Federation recently wrapped up a series of virtual field trips to farms around the state.

Yesterday was one of my favorite days of the year! I was supervising Jerry, Jonny, Hank, and Mike as they started hanging the veteran banners. more

Gina Scruggs had time on her hands and a head full of ideas while waiting out the COVID-19 shutdown. 

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