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Each year I find myself trying to engage in book reading challenges and always find myself coming up short. I either don’t read enough books, read and forget to count them as part of my challenge, or realize that I’m doing way many more versions of “reading” that might not simply be with a physical (or digital) book in my hands – and this is coming from a librarian. more
When citizens of other states hear the name Alabama, unless it is in the context of college football, they don’t think of winning. Our state doesn’t necessarily have a reputation of excelling at ... well anything. more

Today we begin the season of Epiphany, the season that celebrates how God revealed his plan of salvation and new creation to the world. 


Freezing rain began falling before daylight on Jan. 20, 1983. By 8:30 a.m, the ground was being covered in sleet and snow, and Walker County drivers were in for a wild ride.


Let's clean out the notebook...

• I find it amazing to yet to think Amazon will have a fulfillment center within an hour from us, in Bessemer, opening at the end of March with 1,500 people making $15 an hour.

Revered Nauvoo physician Dr. H.J. Sankey set off a media firestorm when he helped deliver four babies on the evening of Jan. 14, 1940. more

Let's clean out the notebook...It has been a tough time in my hometown of Winfield. 


I’d like to encourage each, to seriously approach this study, with the same disposition of heart, manifested by David in Psa. 139:23-24 and Psa. 26:2, which reads, “Examine me, O Lord and prove me; try my mind and my heart” (NKJV).


As our new design now reminds readers, this paper has been around since 1872, but this year marks the 60th anniversary of its becoming a daily.

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