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THENFathers were considered to be the head of the family and expected to adequately supply the basic needs. Mothers stayed at home and reared the children. I never knew of any mother who had a … more
Tallulah is taking a vacation day this week but will be back in two weeks with her regular column. I’m taking over for today so let me go ahead and apologize for my inferior writing. We can’t all have the vocabulary and style of Miss Tallulah Bankhead Putman, Downtown Jasper’s English Creme Retriever. more

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This may be a play on words, but I think that today hospitality has been replaced by generosity.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.

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