“Come on over and sit for a moment, John.”
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).
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.
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.
The first people to live on the land that we now call Alabama were the aborigines. While they were on the land some 10,000 years ago, it was not until the 16th century that the Europeans arrived.
In a recent column, I wrote of a young friend – Jeff – who was killed in an automobile accident. His vehicle was struck by a car that ran a red light and broadsided him.
Whether you are a Republican or a Democrat, liberal or conservative, you have a right to have your voice heard in the halls of Congress.
Simply stated, “The main reason we celebrate the Declaration of Independence on the fourth of July is because that was the day it was adopted by the colonies in 1776, and essentially the day that the United States of America was born.
I took a little hiatus from writing my opinion pieces because I was considering applying for the Arab Public Library director position. But I will write about that another time.
The beginning of the summer months is always a great time for whole family to enjoy different indoor and outdoor activities. Whether is enjoying a Memorial Day family barbecue, camping or going to the local river, the pool or splash pads, learn to keep everyone safe and healthy while enjoyin…
Like so many high school seniors who were preparing to graduate, I looked forward to completing that stage of my education, but I didn’t have the slightest idea what I wanted to do next.
Old timers have an expression, “Thar’s lightning in the air,” that is used to describe a volatile situation with the possibility of imminent danger very real. Kinda like when you come home from the bar a little too late and notice the living room lights are on, meaning someone is up and wait…