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Recovery doesn't have a finish line. Paige Britton has been sober for six and a half years and battles every day to stay in recovery."In a sense, it does get easier the longer it goes, but when you … more
Hey, y’all! My name is Anne Freeze and this is my first column (column or musing, you decide) for the Daily Mountain Eagle.  I approached Jennifer Cohron about this because I had written … more
I read recently about the importance of stories, how they connect the living to the dead, people to the land. Here’s a story.Both of my great-grandfathers on my father’s side worked in the Barney … more
You never know what you'll find on walks around our neighborhood.A few years ago, we were picking up aluminum cans and other trash and came across a mannequin head. No torso. No clothes. Just a head. … more
Editor's note: This is the first in a series of articles that will run in September in honor of National Recovery Month.Kayse Brown's life looked very different seven years ago. Years of alcohol … more

Cpl. Perry Wells arrived in Carbon Hill in December 1948 with an important mission – to escort the remains of Private First Class Berthel B. Cook to his final resting place.

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This September, in recognition of Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month, the Laura Crandall Brown Foundation (LCBF) will initiate its 9th annual A State of Teal Awareness Campaign and host its 12th … more

The Alabama Department of Archives and History opened its new exhibition, "Justice Not Favor: Alabama Women & the Vote" on Aug. 26, the 101st anniversary of the certification of the 19th Amendment. 

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Jasper Public Library is currently hosting a display of some of the folk art that Lee "Junior" Humphries created during his lifetime. After a series of accidents in his early teens, Humphries … more
I love our home, but our house is starting to get on my nerves.Maybe that's to be expected after living in one place for 12 years. When we moved in as newlyweds, I only saw the things I loved about … more
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