Note: Arab High School football coach Lee Ozmint posted the following to social media after Arab's last game last week.
We finished day three with a visit to Skogafoss waterfall. Skógafoss is one of the biggest waterfalls in Iceland, with a drop of some 200 feet and a width of 80 feet.
My name is Sharon Ainsworth. I am a resident of Marshall County and the executive director of the Real Life Pregnancy Centers in Albertville and Guntersville.
My extended family always celebrates Thanksgiving, Christmas and other holidays at my paternal grandmother’s house. But Easter was reserved for my aunt, Annette’s house.
One of the things to dislike about growing older is the passing away of loved ones. If you’re lucky, time has given you many friends and relatives to love.
At a recent meeting of the Arab Historical Society, Doris Head and her son, Shannon, shared with members the history and some interesting facts about their family business, now known as Space Age Service Station and Mini Mall.
This fall I have been so proud to be an American each Friday night before each Arab High School football game when all in the stadium have stood for a silent moment for the safety of our players and given thanks for the right to live where freedom is still observed.
There apparently is no religious exemption to the north of us. It doesn’t seem to exist. You can try to claim it, but you can still be fired for not adhering to mandatory vaccination, as a condition of employment, in the state of Illinois, just a couple of hundred miles away.
Veterans Day not only has strong support across Alabama, it actually has its roots here. The idea of a national holiday honoring all veterans, from both war and peacetime, has its origins here in our state.
There are many wonderful characteristics of fall, but stink bugs are not one of them. As temperatures drop, stink bugs and other cold-blooded bugs begin to find their way indoors.
A life is gone, but a legacy continues in the lives of the 17 grandchildren, 48 great-grandchildren and five great-great grandchildren, that Fay Joyce Butler brought into the world through the generational links from six of her seven children.
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.