September 17, 2009 RSS feed / Lifestyle

No one will miss a few cassia pods

Gardening With Dora

I am basically a very honest person. I always return overages that may occur when given change; I don't take people's stuff and I tell the truth most of the time. I do, however, steal seeds. More...

Wanda Chalk attends Delta Kappa Gamma state board meeting

Mrs. Wanda Chalk, representing Beta Xi Chapter of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, attended the Beta State (Alabama) Fall Board meeting Saturday, Aug. 22 at the Dalraida Church of Christ in Montgomery. More...

Still recuperating from not so relaxing family visit on Labor Day

Memories & Recipes

My oldest daughter, Cristi, and her family came to visit the Wednesday before Labor Day. She is a nurse and her husband owns a consulting firm in D.C. plus teaches journalism at the University of Maryland at Baltimore. More...

C'ville RSVP raises $1,100 in fundraiser

The Coffeeville RSVP met at the Nutrition Center Tuesday, Sept. 1. Mary Dunagan called the meeting to order. After the pledge, Bro. Al Dykeman led in prayer. Bro. Rosco Wentworth held the devotion. It was based on James 5:16. More...

DAR urges observance of Constitution Week

Constitution Week begins Thursday, Sept. 17, 2009. The week-long commemoration of America's most important document is one of our country's least known official observances. More...

Stringer-Latham planning Oct. 3 wedding in West Bend

Rebecca Stringer of Jackson and Phillip Stringer of Coffeeville announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah-Sue Annie Stringer, to Charles Robert Latham, son of Anne and C.D. Latham of West Bend. More...

Household Tips

• Go Green Tip: Temperatures are cooling in many parts of the country. Could your house use a fresh-air day? More...

State cooks vie in Farmers Federation contest

Appetizers in the Alabama Farmers Federation's Annual Heritage Cooking Contest ranged from simple to simply delicious as top chefs from 31 counties gathered in Montgomery for the statewide contest. More...