Immigration and the economy
Do you have any doubts that the American economy is easing out of recession?
Holding true to his word
County schools superintendent Billy Coleman’s decision to set a retirement date is an unselfish act not often seen in politics.
Playing games with lives
After a few rounds of elections at the national level, including a lot of debate and high words about immigration reform, an estimated 11 million undocumented individuals remain in American society.
The cost of freedom
Twelve years have passed since terrorists crashed passenger planes into the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon, claiming nearly 3,000 lives and ushering in an age of fear and uncertainty in the free world.
Economy in limbo
What’s going on with the U.S. economy?
Politicians celebrate and pound their chests when the unemployment number drops. Don’t we all?
Learning a lesson on the field
High school football rivalries can reach the boiling point where emotions are concerned, evidenced last week by a post-game brawl at the Walker-Cullman game.
What time to start school?
Discussion of implementing a later start to the school day is not new. But the idea is resurfacing with some good points by U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan.
Working for downtown Cullman
The Cullman Downtown Merchants Association has played a vital role in bringing emphasis back to the area’s historic shopping district.
Growth at the airport
One of Cullman County’s jewels is the Folsom Field airport.
EDITORIAL: Dangerous area of the law
The debate over the logic behind Alabama’s new gun law is not going away anytime soon.
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