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April 14, 2011 RSS feed / Editorials


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Set a “first name day”

Ramblin’ Roses and Flyin’ Bricks

April 16, 1941  A   . J. Edwards, of this city, has convinced us that this section can grow just as good lettuce as any other place. This morning he brought us a fine head that weighed a pound and seven ounces. Many thanks.  More...

Sumter attack 150 years ago

A t 4:30 a.m. on April 12, 1861 after orders to fire had been telegraphed from downtown Montgomery, the capital of the newlyformed Confederate States of America, Ford Sumter in Charleston, S. C. More...

Study T’ville’s success

Editor’s Note: The following editorial appeared in the April 6 issue of the Anniston Star.  L ast week, China’s  Golden Dragon  More...

Landfill not a good choice for southwest Alabama

Dear Editor,   More...