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We are almost to the time of year in our gardens and landscapes where many of us notice a gradual decline in the color and appearance of many of our summer flowering plants. This is largely due to … more
Let's clean out the notebook... There has been a lot of talk about the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) this week. I'm glad the postmaster general has decided to delay any changes until after the … more

We often say “don’t put God in a box” but, ironically, He put Himself in one for over 800 years! 

Lessie Louise Kilgo was born in a small home near the convict camp in Sumiton on Aug. 8, 1926. Kilgo is now 94 years old, spending the twilight time of her life in her daughter’s home in Cullman County. more
It seems like hardly a fall season comes and goes that I don’t get asked lots of questions about wildlife plantings and in particular winter food plots or green fields. Whether you enjoy attracting … more
What conveniences?I dig deep into my memory bank to attempt to identify anything that we had then that might be placed in the convenience category as compared to this day and age. I remember that we … more

Frankly, it is quite a quandary the male race has gotten itself into. 

It is summertime on our lakes and rivers and at our swimming holes, and one of the most fun/thrilling/scary things you can do is take a rope swing into the water. more
Choices have consequences both foreseen and unforeseen, as well as intended and unintended. Last spring after the pandemic hit, I led my students through an exercise in critical thinking: “Why … more

While my job has its share of headaches from time to time, there are two people in our area who I would not want to be in their current positions for any amount of salary, and that is the two superintendents of our local boards of education.

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