An NJN Editorial: Here’s to resiliency, and rising again from the rubble of disaster
It’s hard to believe, but it has now been two years since the tornadoes of April 27, 2011, that devastated Fultondale and many other communities in Alabama.
Danielle Cater: Water your grass and watch it grow
Is anyone ever shocked at a marriage ending in divorce these days?
An NJN Editorial: When police get help from the public, good things happen
You’ve heard it from law enforcement agencies for years, through the Crimestoppers program or more direct means: “Folks, we need your help in catching someone.” Or, “If you see something, say something.”
Danielle Cater: Keep life fun with good food and friends
Tragedy has struck all over our country this past week, from bombs and bomb threats, to explosions, to interstate wrecks. One thing is certain after this week: Life is full of uncertainty. You never know when you’ll be called out. So while we are here, let’s make the most of our journey.
Danielle Cater: One year may change your perspective
Isn’t it amazing to see what a difference a year makes? In just one year, your life can take a totally different shape and direction. Often we are still the same people from year to year, but our situations and circumstances change a lot in only 365 days.
Editorial: Only Birmingham can play the race card over an automobile race
If there’s a way to inject the issue of race into any seemingly unrelated matter, you can bet your bottom dollar that a politician in these parts will figure out a way to do it.
Danielle Cater: Cell phones make life better — right?
It was 40 years ago last Wednesday when the first call was made on a cell phone. Where has the time gone?
Danielle Cater: You’re never to old to learn new things
If you have ever traveled north on Interstate 65 toward Nashville, then you have, inevitably, seen the signs for the Jack Daniels Distillery.
Steve Flowers: Legislature approaches midway point with full steam
The legislature is approaching the midway point of their 2013 regular session. They are grappling with the woes that beset the General Fund Budget.
An NJN Editorial: Have a doctor around while doing abortions? What a concept
State Rep. Mary Sue McClurkin, R-Pelham, has introduced a bill in the current legislative session that would require abortion clinics to have a doctor on hand when abortions are being performed.
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