I was taking a walk in the park, recovering from recent knee replacement surgery when I came upon a heartwarming scene.
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.
When I moved to Arab, my boys were 6, 5 and 5 years old. I had moved them from everything they had ever known back to an extended family in Alabama that I yearned for them to know.
In addition to my duties here at the Tribune, I’m also the president of the Arab Electric Cooperative board of trustees. Recently, we finished a year in which the former general manager left and the board had the task of hiring a new one.
As this nation and the rest of the world enter into a new way of learning and living, it is too easy to assume that all have the same ideas, regrets and other dreams.