Steve Flowers: Victim-rights advocate going strong 30 years later
Five days before Christmas in 1976, a beautiful, bright Birmingham-Southern coed named Quenette Shehane was going to a convenience store near her home close to the campus in Birmingham.
Our Views: A promise made to Fultondale schools
On Saturday, parents of sixth-grade students found out many of the details of a big change in their lives, and the lives of their children.
Danielle Cater: To gripe in English, please press "1"
You know it’s rough when you find yourself going through your restaurant gift cards to get the balances before going to lunch.
Your Views: Good dads are often left on outside looking in
I just got done reading your Father’s day editorial, and while I agree with every word you wrote, Father’s Day, and even Mother’s Day are difficult days for me for different reasons.
Danielle Carter: Don’t walk away when times get tough
In a world where nothing seems to last, it’s refreshing to hear of people who persevere and press through hard times to reach their goals.
Our Views: How far we've come since Wallace's "stand"
A half-century ago Tuesday, a defiant Gov. George Wallace faced down a federalized Alabama National Guard and the tide of time, as he made his famous — or infamous — stand in the schoolhouse door.
Danielle Cater: Dads have responsibility to sow into kids
Father’s Day is here, and many people seem to have mixed feelings about this day.
Our Views: Boy Scout sponsors face tough decision
For those involved in Scouting, but whose religious beliefs teach against homosexuality, the time has come for them to decide whether to stay on in the program, or look elsewhere.
Keep your eyes open for summer fun
If you step outside your box and make an effort, I feel assured that you can find something fun to do with your summertime hours.
Danielle Cater: You have to give respect to receive it
Since most sports are coming to a close, it’s probably safe to write a column about “park moms.” That’s right, it’s about time someone said something about the craziness that takes over when a child begins to play park ball.
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