April 19, 2007 RSS feed / Editorial

Alabama Scene

Looking for college work

I have scanned the classified advertising sections of the major daily newspapers to see if the two-year college system is looking for a replacement for Rep. More...

From Our Files

97 years ago "News was brought here this week by people coming to court of a severe cyclone which struck the western part of the county Saturday. More...

Fulton's Roost Pole

Although few people around today remember the Roost Pole, back in the '50s it was an important part of daily life in Fulton. When there was an original idea formed by the men in town, it was surely hatched at the Roost Pole. More...

Congress Reports

Preventing identity theft

As technology has advanced so too have the opportunities for thieves who seek to steal a person's very identity. Identity theft is a frightening crime that is becoming more and more common. More...

Our Opinions

Apologize for slavery

There are many pressing issues that the Alabama Legislature could address that could have an immediate and positive effect on the state and its citizens. More...

Civil War heritage

We may be appearing to jump sides, but we will also acknowledge that April is Confederate Heritage Month and a good time to plug a brand new trail that highlights Civil War sites in Baldwin and Mobile counties. More...

Editor's Notes

More civility and respect

Too many topics are crowding my notebook and I doubt I will do justice to any but let me touch on a few: **** Much has been said and written on radio shock jock Don Imus' lack of good judgment (as though he ever had any to start with) in calling More...

Pictures From Our Past

This is Coffeeville High School, brand new in 1939 when it was pictured in the school's yearbook. The brick structure replaced a wooden one that burned in 1937, following a fiddlers' convention. Construction started in 1938. More...

Inside the Statehouse

Many have sought reform

This week's column is a continuation of the twoweek series written by former Gov. Albert Brewer who is a proponent of a new state constitution. This is the culmination of a fourweek series regarding Alabama's antiquated 1901 Constitution. More...

Clarke County Democrat,

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