July 27, 2006 RSS feed / Editorial

Letters 'Facts' suggest county may be in pinch with LP

Dear Editor, I feel compelled to express my thoughts about the county commission news article that appeared in county newspapers June 29, 2006. More...

Congress Reports

Congressman conducts Alabama's first town meeting via telephone

I am proud to announce that Tuesday night, July 11, I hosted my first telephone town hall meeting and the first telephone town hall meeting-to my knowledge-in the entire state, and certainly the first one in southwest Alabama. More...

What Others Say

State archives best place for Wallace papers

The state Department of Archives and History is the proper place to save and display the Wallace family memorabilia instead of having it displayed in a museum. More...

From Our Files

120 years ago "A company of engineers were at Jackson, a few days ago, examining the location for the river bridge of the Grand Trunk railroad. Another survey of the route north of Jackson will be made immediately, we are told." More...

Inside the Statehouse

Expect governor's race to get 'down and dirty'

Steve Flowers Now that the field has crystallized and the race for governor is down to two people the bout will get down and dirty if recent elections are any indication. The 15-week sprint to Nov. 8 will be fun and interesting. More...

Laugh A Little!

An Old Farmer's Advice

* Your fences need to be horse-high, pig-tight and bull-strong. More...