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JASPER CITY SCHOOLS MADDOX MIDDLE SCHOOL Not available at press time. MEMORIAL PARK Monday - Hot Dog, Kraut, Potato Patty, Veg. Beans, Peaches Tuesday - Cheeseburger, Baked Fries, Lettuce/Tomato, T...
May 22, 2011 | 0 0 comments | 17 17 recommendations | email to a friend
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On of Walker County’s many gems
A month or so ago I wrote a column about “Acres of Diamonds” in Walker County. I got a ton of positive feedback on that piece. At the end of the article I asked if anyone had “a gem” of a story to ...
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In the arms of love
Smith shares her testimony of strength at women’s luncheon
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Happy birthday... Francesca?
Wyatt's first birthday was unforgettable but not for the reason I had hoped.
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A prayer for Cordova
God, I know that you’re getting a lot of requests from this part of the world right now. Only you could comprehend them all and give each one the special attention that it deserves.
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Why God made moms so special
The following are answers given by second-grade school children to questions about moms
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Lack of technology leads to reflection
I used to have a phone-finder. One of those clunky square boxes that sat next to the black rotary dial telephone. The phone-finder had a column of letters from A-Z on the outside of the device, and...
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Storms bring forth neighborhood spirit, sense of unity and best of human nature
During my childhood years in the 1960s, I spent many happy days at my aunt and uncle’s house on Forest Lake Drive in Tuscaloosa. I often stayed there when my parents went out of town and was entert...
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Learning how to breathe
I was rockin’ and rollin’ today — knocking out to-do list items with a vengeance, but that all came to a screeching halt when I stopped for what should have been a five-minute transaction at the Ja...
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Nauvoo blogger participates in Mom Congress in D.C.
Jerri Ann Reason of Nauvoo recently traveled to Washington, D.C., for Parenting magazine’s second-annual Mom Congress on Education and Learning.
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Wyatt turns one
My baby is going to be one year old this week.
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One man’s vision and another man’s dream create a downtown beacon
When Jered Dodd was a young boy, he would wake up in the middle of the night with recipe ideas. So he kept a notepad on his bedside table, wrote down the new thoughts, and shared them with his moth...
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Hills of north Alabama hid many Union sympathizers
The drums of war were echoing throughout Alabama long before shots were fired at Fort Sumter in April 1861, but everyone was not marching to the same tune.
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Confederacy’s first White House open to the public in Montgomery
The Confederate States of America was formed in Montgomery in February 1861.
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Weddings
Berry-Busby Ava Berry and Bobby Busby were united in marriage at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 7, 2011, at the Walker County Lake. Donny Hyche officiated the wedding. The bride is the daughter of Vi...
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