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Without a tremendous amount of fanfare, the first major retirement legislation since the “Pension Protection Act of 2006” was passed and signed into law just before Christmas.

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It’s that time of year again, where we make resolutions for a new year, and then see how long it takes to break them. Most resolutions go in one year and out the other.

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Happy New Year – a phrase you have likely heard many times over the past few weeks. For many of us, a new year brings a sense of renewal, a time to regenerate, revive, rebuild.

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“I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 3:14

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The United States in 1819 was still very Colonial in many ways. After all it was only 43 years past the American Independence of 1776.

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I found this pretty interesting: “Contrary to popular belief, pearls hardly ever result from the intrusion of a grain of sand into an oyster’s shell.

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Even though House Democrats have been focused on impeachment, the Trump administration is well along the path to improving our trade policies with Canada and Mexico, two of our most critical trading partners, by replacing the nearly 25-year old North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) wit…

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Since 1947 when Arab Electric Cooperative was incorporated, there have been four General Manager’s at the helm.

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This Saturday is Small Business Saturday, and if you take a drive along the streets of Arab, you will notice that most Arab businesses are owned by local folks. These individuals took a risk and invested in their community.

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“It is the smallest of all seeds, but when it has grown it is larger than all the garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and make nests in its branches.” Matthew 13:32.

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I had a request over the weekend to run my “Crock Pot column” again. Though it ran only once, I get a request to run it every year around Thanksgiving. I decided to run it this year, mainly because I’m too lazy to write another one.

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I have changed my mind about armadillos.

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It wasn’t like Mark to pick at his food… especially with the fantastic buffet selections. He always chose this rustic grill when I came into town to visit, but this was different.

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If you have someone fighting for you, leading a country for you, getting pelted with critical rocks for you, from opposing parties, his own party and an emerging socialist mindset of a mayhem optic driven media, it helps if there’s a little Machiavellian streak in your commander-in-chief.

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Editor’s note: In last Wednesday’s paper, Vickie Henley Hestley wrote about a cruise she took with her sisters. This is the conclusion of that story. (Part 1 can be read at www.thearabtribune.com).

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Part 1 of 2

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National Newspaper Week 2019 began Monday. The theme this year is “THINK F1RST” with the 1 in F1RST referring to the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which includes freedom of the press.

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My Maw Maw was the most wonderful, amazing, strong, loving woman and I miss her every day.

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The dry conditions are playing a major role to stress agriculture around the home and farm.

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Alabama. Although the state is known for its hot, sweltering summer weather, even this heat and humidity was unusual.

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It’s not safe outdoors. All sorts of weird things could happen to those who just have to stick their nose outside. The first thing I do every morning is go outside, kiss the air conditioners vents, tell it how much I love it, then head back indoors for the remainder of the day.

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Congratulations to the new seniors at Arab High School, Brindlee Mountain High School, and every other high school, for that matter.