Kudos, commissioners, for stepping up to the plate
This is another first in Coffee County.
The college football world is an ever-changing one and many times changes equal progress, but sometimes changes can also do more harm than good.
Let’s talk about the elephant in the industry and that’s fake news.
We recently had a stint with that in the community where a completely false article about the coronavirus started circulating. The post claimed to be from CNN, yet the link did not have CNN anywhere in its URL. That should have been a red flag.
A new year brings new opportunities. A blank page, a clean slate. How ever you may look at it, it is a new beginning. It is up to you to make the most of it. Have you written any New Year’s resolutions? Have you told someone, “This year will be different?”
Triumph over tragedy. Diversification and prosperity. Adapting to change and being better for it. These are all messages we have learned over the years from “The Lady in White” holding a boll weevil over her head to honor an insect, the only monument in the world dedicated to a pest.
Like Jonah, many of us struggle to embrace God’s will for our lives. Although I know that listening to God is always the best choice, I also know that it is rarely the easiest choice. Don’t let reluctance prevent you from fulfilling His purpose.
It’s that time of year again and every school in The Southeast Sun/Daleville Sun-Courier coverage area – along with most of the schools in the…
Pack your snack, check your folder, socks and shoes. That’s the checklist I give my kids every morning. What I hear is: “Where’s my hairbrush? Have you seen my shirt? What goes with these shorts? I need money. Can you sign this?” Typical morning in most households.
Sometimes there are no words.
That is exactly what I thought as I watched Fort Rucker firefighters in full “battle rattle” gather in the center of the post Soldier Support Center as they prepared to climb 110 flights of stairs in honor and memory of first responders who died in the terrorist attacks on the United States Sept. 11, 2001.
That more than 700 people of all ages gathered at schools throughout Coffee County on a Sunday afternoon to pray is significant.
That it was on a stormy afternoon—and still more than 700 people gathered at the schools is significant.
It was a social media post that hurt my heart.
A woman asked — online — why a particular media source chose to essentially sensationalize a recent incident at a school in which all the adults involved clearly went “above and beyond” to protect the students involved.
Some stories are meant to be shared and I do believe this is one of them.
The June 3 headline announcing that Enterprise had been selected as a Main Street Designated City was followed by headlines announcing a citywide kickoff celebration at the Farmers Market June 24.
On Monday, I had a chance to learn a bit more about Fort Rucker and its history.
As I’ve said before, I come from an area and a background with little military influence. Living here in an area surrounded by the Army, I am always learning something I never knew before.
Just a brief note about how the recent session of the Alabama Legislature, Republican controlled in both the House and the Senate, screwed retired teachers.
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