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Let's clean out the notebook ...  • You may have seen at the bottom of the Jasper mask story on Wednesday about Jasper Mayor David O'Mary reviewing that he tried to stop the carnival at … more

William C. Davis, the 11th lieutenant governor of Alabama and "a friend of the common masses," died in October 1934 at his family home in Birmingham. Davis has been a resident of Jasper since 1899.


Though, with great admiration and appreciation for all the godly mothers of the Bible, such as Leah, Rachel, Rebekah, Abigail, Naomi, Hannah, and Mary the mother of Jesus, in this discourse I’ve chosen Sarah, the wife of Abraham Gen.11:29 and also his half sister Gen. 20:12. 


I wanted to say much more, but space is limited. Let me at least just say this much at this historic moment ...

We've heard everyone questioning about news organizations calling the races last week. Like they have for a century. (Lost in the hoopla was the fact that this Election Day marked the 100th anniversary of KDKA in Pittsburg calling the first broadcast election results, when Warren Harding won.)

She was mangy and scared to death when we first laid eyes on her. This black pit bull mix that had found its way into our yard was malnourished, neglected, and had obviously been abused. She was petrified of me and my family and yet was desperate for food and water. more

Rick Watson lived life to the fullest, and he left us all way too soon early Thursday morning.

Watson was a lot of things to a lot of people. Heck, he was a lot of things to me. 


Let's clean out the notebook ... 

• I was planning this week to say that I saw more masks being used in Walker County. I'm throwing that page of the notebook in the trash can.

Daniel and many other captives were uprooted from their homeland in Israel and relocated to Babylon. King Nebuchadnezzar took the cream of the crop and trained them to be leaders in his government. more
Let's clean out the notebook...• Frankly, it has been a month and a half and I am still dealing with what I think are pollen problems. I began to wonder at this late date, and I came out of the … more
For the past few weeks, while dogging the rain, I have trekked into the mud of my flower beds waiting to see all if all of my long lost plant friends have returned for the year. You don’t realize how much you miss the flowers until you are in the heart of a cold winter. Everything is dreary and dull. Sometimes you just need a little color to change your perspective. But the reality is that no matter how pretty the flowers are, they only last for a season. Growth comes quick and brilliant and life is great for that season and then growth dies down and things span their time and the pruning season starts all over. more
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