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Editor's note: This lighthearted column, submitted by Mike Putman on behalf of Tallulah, will take readers behind the scenes of area businesses. It will appear bimonthly on the Eagle's Business … more
Being a chef is a dream come true for Jonathan Fagan, who took over meal planning and preparation duties at HarborChase of Jasper in November.Though Fagan has prepared his share of high-end dishes in … more
Bevill State Community College is now accepting applications for the 2019 Ms. Bevill State Pageant.The pageant will be held on Friday, April 12, at 6 p.m. at Rowland Auditorium on the Jasper … more
I remember back many winters ago when I was just a kid, the temperature got so cold even the penguins headed south for the winter (or at least it seemed that cold to me). My father who taught me more … more
There is a window of opportunity in the lives of most children when it’s possible to inspire them to reach higher. Young children will often listen, but they get lost in the words. Older kids get to a point in their lives where they know everything. They hear you and understand what you’re saying, they just think you’re stupid. The sweet spot is around the age of 14 years old. This seem to be a good time to plant seeds of opportunity. more
In 1965 upon my graduation from Harding College in Searcy, Arkansas, I sought out Bruce Myers who had an office in the Walker County Courthouse working for the State Board of Pardons and Paroles. I … more
Bug Tussle moves across the Cullman-Walker county line and gets a four-legged mayor in a mystery book series for childen that debuted in February.Tuscaloosa author Paula Castleberry Wildgrube's … more
In my humble opinion, the most enjoyable and sometimes even humorous aspects of home gardening is not necessarily growing those two pound tomatoes, or fifty pound plus watermelons, or even the prize … more
Life is a water pipe. It may be hard to wrap your mind around this, but it’s true. It will take a little “splaining” but bear with me.This past week the sun and blue sky made me feel like it … more
Around 1982, Joe Staggs, Bob Lee, and myself were trustees of Oakman Elementary School. We were in search of a new principal after the untimely death of Leo Guthrie who was a former principal. The … more
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