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- Mission accomplished
- Cullman area Vietnam veterans will be honored
- Memorial Day: a Time to recognize, remember vets
- E-1 district proposal presents problems for residents
- Senators should do right thing on immigration
- 'Cabaret issue' in question
Have you ever wondered why seniors wear gowns and mortar boards at graduation ceremonies? And, how did we come to have a ceremony to signify the completion of 12 or 13 years of school? I have researched the topic and, at this time, I want to share some interesting facts about graduation with you.
Fond memories of school
My parents graduated from Holly Pond in 1961. I graduated 20 years later from the same school. All of my dad's siblings graduated from Holly Pond, and many of my first cousins did, too.
The right to vote
The Cullman County Board of Education, consisting of seven board members and Superintendent Billy Coleman, are trying to take Cullman County residents’ right to vote away.
RSA's Bronner responds to Beaulier's opinion
Dr. Scott Beaulier, a professor at Troy University, has written an editorial criticizing the funding policy and actuarial assumptions made by the Retirement Systems of Alabama (RSA). Citing an article by Andy Kessler, a former hedge fund manager, Beaulier argues that:
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