When my family moved to Arab in 1945, most everyone on Brindlee Mountain made a living either growing cotton or corn. A lot of men had left Brindlee Mountain and gone to Michigan to work on automobile assembly lines.
With the turmoil, dishonesty and general malaise that seems to be infecting this country and its people, there appears to be a need for reunification and a goal to affect this purpose.
Living near intrusive neighbors can be a challenge. Especially when they howl in the middle of the night, slither through your yard, chew on your house and steal your food.
“There’s a summer place where it may rain or storm; yet I’m safe and warm. For within that summer place Your arms reach out to me and my heart is free from all care for it knows: There are no gloomy skies when seen through the eyes of those who are blessed with love. And the sweet secret of …
Sometimes you see something that you should believe, but don’t. Politics aside, there is so much misinformation out there that a person doesn’t know what to believe anymore.
A few weeks ago, the large oak trees at the Marshall County Courthouse were brought down by storms with high winds. Planted in 1919, the lovely old trees were roughly 100 years old.
NOTE: The time and reaction to a virus that had lasted more than a year produces those memories from the recent past, which help us find hope in an approaching future. These may help us in eluding a sense of hopelessness as we recall the laugher that was heard via the future joy that will co…
It doesn’t seem that long ago when COVID-19 moved into the Arab area. There was some apprehension but, basically, most people didn’t seem to take it seriously.
My name is Amber and I am the very proud wife of Michael Greenhaw. Michael has pled guilty to tampering with a consumer product for stealing fentanyl from the ambulance company he worked for in 2018.
The music industry was decimated in what has been a crushing climb back from the brink of collapse, and nowhere has that been more evident than to our neighbors to the North in Nashville.