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 By Steve Flowers    News    February 1, 2020 

Legislative Session Began This Week | Legislator Abolishes His Own County

The 2020 Legislative Session began this week. It will be an interesting three and a-half months. There are a myriad of important issues that legislators have to address this year, as always. However,...

 
 By Steve Flowers    News    February 1, 2020 

1st District Seat Open. Great Three-Man Race to Replace Bryne. Senate Race in Full Gear.

The first district Congressional race is probably the best race in the state in this year’s March 3rd Primary. The winner of the March 31st GOP Primary runoff will go to Congress. The famous first...

 
 By Ron Holtsford    Legal    February 1, 2020 

I just accepted the position of Agent under a Durable Power of Attorney for my mother; what will my duties be?

Your duties will be what the Durable Power of Attorney says they are. It depends on what powers your mother (called the principal) has given you and when they become effective. There was a change in...

 
 By Robert Tate    Opinion    February 1, 2020 

Wars and Rumors of Wars

In War: Resolution In Defeat: Defiance In Victory: Magnanimity In Peace: Good Will The time is quickly approaching in the war on terror where the stakes will increase exponentially. There are dozens o...

 
 By John W. Giles    Opinion    February 1, 2020 

Trump Leadership - One Is A Majority

As a young 20 year old budding entrepreneur, I vigorously studied leadership. I was attracted to the vogue readings of the day on leadership, managing and goal setting. I learned that if you put 100...

 

Bold and Decisive Leadership

By ordering the airstrike that killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, President Trump has demonstrated to Iran's leaders and to the world, that he will take "swift, decisive" actions to protect...

 

Amendment One: 2020 Vision

Just as the Republocrats $1.2 billion Amendment One [2003] proposal of significant increases for individual income tax payers, the sales tax, property tax, cigarette tax, corporate income tax, etc....

 
 By John Martin    Opinion    February 1, 2020 

Building Better Roads

Every year, we continue to hear the same old song from our public officials—“Our infrastructure is falling apart…. We need more revenue…. We must have a tax increase.” The rational answer,...

 

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

New President of the Alabama Sheriff’s Association Named Montgomery County Sheriff Derrick Cunningham was named the President of the Alabama Sheriff’s Association (ASA) for 2020 at a January...

 
 By Stan Hurst    Sports    February 1, 2020 

The Silence of the pigskins

Do you miss it yet? College Football, and not just any College Football; I’m talking SEC Football. I sure enjoyed this past season, savoring all the games; well almost. Our SEC teams achieved many...

 
 By Daniel Sutter    Opinion    February 1, 2020 

Could an Asteroid Destroy Our Economy?

An asteroid could wipe out all life on Earth, so yes. But what if we mined and brought an asteroid’s valuable metals to Earth? NASA’s plan to send a probe to an asteroid generated some out-of-this...

 

Scuba Diving…

Several years ago, I went scuba diving with my sons. Although it was not the first time we’d dived together, and it certainly would not be the last, this particular trip was special, because it was...

 

Honoring Our Heros

Adrian Jack Lively ~ 79 Adrian Jack Lively served 20 years in the U. S. Air Force as a radar technician and as an air-traffic controller. During 11.5 years of that service, he served four overseas...

 
 By David Spooner    Food    February 1, 2020 

Southern Cuisine - February

We ate our way through Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day. It was like we were bears preparing for hibernation. The problem being we are about halfway through winter and we have yet...

 

Potpourri for February

Cupid is busy in February shooting his arrows of love because February has been called the month of love and Valentines. Many receive funny cards, romantic cards, chocolates and bouquets of flowers....

 

"God's Living Valentine"

Valentine’s Day! There’s truly not another day quite like it. Millions, perhaps billions, of dollars are spent each year to celebrate this day. Then, after the hundreds of pounds of chocolate...

 
 By Amanda Walker    Women    February 1, 2020 

Tears and Laughter - Everybody has a Krystal story!

Krystal is the South’s oldest fast food restaurant chain. They have been making little square hamburgers since 1932. Having been around for so long, everybody seems to have a Krystal story. If for...

 

Who Do I contact - social security or medicare?

Social Security offers retirement, disability, and survivors benefits. Medicare provides health insurance. Because these services are often related, you may not know which agency to contact for help....

 

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