February 10, 2011 RSS feed / Editorial

Inside the Statehouse

Being ethical in Montgomery

The first legislative regular session of the quadrennium is looming. Our new Republican led majority House and Senate will convene on March 1 for the fourmonth 2011 session. There are a good many GOP freshmen in the group. More...

Congress Reports

Pensacola federal judge says health care law not legal

January was not a good month for President Obama’s unpopular new health care law. On January 19, the U.S. House voted 245 to 189 to repeal the president’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. More...

Grove Hill Town Hall can be expanded

More room is needed at the Grove Hill Town Hall but rather than dividing the municipal and police departments as have been suggested, there is enough room on the existing property to expand the building and keep all of the government operations intac More...

Beautifying Main St.

A tip of the hat to Martha and Jim Herod and Martha’s sister Frances Ohme for their efforts to beautify a small lot the sisters own on Main Street in front of the courthouse. More...

Riley for president?

Bob Riley for president? Bob Riley, the former governor of Alabama? President of the United States? The Washington Times, D.C.’s conservative newspaper, started the talk in 2009 with a complimentary opinion piece and editorial. More...

Pied piper leading Grove Hill?

Dear Editor, I have been a fan of Grove Hill since we moved here from Texas. But lately it feels like the town is being led by a piped piper. First he was running all over trying to get everyone to vote for us to go wet. More...