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    COLUMN: Grandparent’s names – they call you what?

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    From my personal perspective, one of the most wonderful things about having grandchildren (besides being able to give them back) is that we get...

    COLUMN: Comics – they ain’t funny!

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    It was a horrible, sickening phone call. Within a few seconds, my hopes and dreams were crushed like someone stepping on a Coke can....

    COLUMN: Common scents

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    My wife Carol has been strongly suggesting (I call it nagging) that I visit my doctor and get the once over. I told her...

    COLUMN: Old theatre, old memories

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    I recently went to see singer Jackson Browne perform at the Alabama Theatre in downtown Birmingham, and a curious thing happened. After the first...

    COLUMN: Celebrating in the Wundergarten – Cultivate Cullman

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    CULTIVATE CULLMAN: The Countywide Arts & Gardening Celebration, which includes “Culinary Cullman” and musicians with Cullman County roots, grew from a seed of an...

    COLUMN: Stop and smell the corn dogs!

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    I drove by our community ballpark the other day and saw that the All-Star baseball games were well underway. It’s hard to believe that...

    COLUMN: Celebrating in the Wundergarten – Arts in the Garden

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    ARTS IN THE GARDEN is a new way to enjoy the natural beauty of Sportsman Lake, the 70-year old,  Cullman County Parks and Recreation,...

    150 ways to celebrate the Cullman countryside on our 150th birthday

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    The 1870s founders of Cullman County in the “Hill Country” of north Alabama traditionally celebrated the area’s birth year as 1873. So, 2023 is...

    COLUMN: Celebrating in the Wundergarten – Weathering storms

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    “Every storm, no matter how big and strong, passes eventually. Just know and remember that your spirit is much bigger and stronger than any...

    COLUMN: Celebrating in the Wundergarten – Alabama folktales

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    The collector’s edition of “WUNDERGARTEN,” the folktale I set in 1870s Colonial Cullman, was birthed this week. (Signed copies available at Leldon’s in the...

    COLUMN: Celebrating in the Wundergarten – Dear garden giant pretzels

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    What Cullman needs now is love, sweet love…and a DEAR GARDEN. This would be a gathering place embracing things we hold dear: tradition plus...

    SPORTS COLUMN: A calm week 8 of college football turns chaotic

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    A Calm Week Turns Chaotic. In a week that gave us no ranked vs ranked matchups it seemed this would would be a cake walk,...

    SPORTS COLUMN: College Football Playoff talk heating up after week 7

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    Back in Business: Alabama blows out Bulldogs. Despite a slow start offensively Alabama was able to turn a 21-6 halftime lead into a 49-9 blowout....

    SPORTS COLUMN: Looking back at week 5 of the college football...

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    -Get Your Popcorn Ready. It would be easy to look at the Alabama v. Ole Miss game and think no. 1 Alabama just dominated,...

    WFF Enforcement K9 Unit a different breed

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    One turkey hunter was extremely grateful that the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) Law Enforcement Section has a K9 unit, although there is...

    From Cheaha to Meaher, state parks diversity abounds

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    Cheaha State Park's Callie Thornton takes in the vista at Bald Rock. (Photo by David Rainer) By David Rainer, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural...

    Part 3: There but for fortune: a mother’s story

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      This is the true story of heartache, physical, sexual and alcohol abuse, love, hate, financial burdens and finally, finding joy, happiness and hope.   We trust...

    Part 2: There but for fortune: a mother’s story

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      This is the true story of heartache, physical, sexual and alcohol abuse, love, hate, financial burdens and finally, finding joy, happiness and hope. We trust...

    Part 1: There but for fortune: a mother’s story

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      This is the true story of heartache, physical, sexual and alcohol abuse, love, hate, financial burdens and finally, finding joy, happiness and hope. We trust...

    Thank goodness for farmers

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    Perhaps you had milk with your cereal this morning; if so, you can thank a farmer. Or maybe, if you buttered your whole wheat...

    First day of school

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    They say that one of the strongest memory triggers is the sense of smell. That must be true because whenever I smell chalk or...