Editorial: Murder, insanity and guns
James Holmes, the accused movie theater shooter in Colorado, would like for the public to believe he killed a dozen people because he was insane.
Economic development officials have long noted the importance of expansions by existing industries and businesses in a community to lead growth.
COMMENTARY: Why does young adult fiction keep giving its heroines makeovers?
Over at This Ain't Living, s.e. smith (who, full disclosure, has guest-blogged for me at ThinkProgress) has an excellent post about one of the most pernicious trends in young adult fiction.
A spirit for moving forward
This weekend marked the two-year anniversary of a deadly day of tornadoes that streaked across Alabama, claiming lives and property and changing the landscape of many communities.
Faith and bombs
The investigation of the Boston Marathon bombing is pointing to the all-too-familiar theme of religious faith playing a major role in violence.
Keeping the US safe
The empty streets of Boston as authorities searched for two terror suspects was an eerie reminder of the vulnerability of innocent people.
A time for change
Alabama lawmakers will head into the final stretch of the legislative session with a new member on board, Randall Shedd of Cullman County.
EDITORIAL: A time to remember
The two-year anniversary of a devastating tornado outbreak in Alabama is just around the corner.
EDITORIAL: Hands off the keyboards
The digital age has brought a lot of challenges to society, including one very important debate that is gripping the education community.
Prepared for trouble
A bomb threat was far from anybody’s mind, but a typically calm Sunday evening in Cullman was transformed into a tense scene of emergency vehicles transporting patients from Cullman Regional Medical Center to other facilities.
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