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.
Danielle Cater: Easter has purpose for spiritual families
Spring is in the air, Easter is just a few days away, and it is once again time for us to reflect on this exciting holiday.
Danielle Cater: Here’s to many more columns for you
Next month I will be celebrating my ninth year with the North Jefferson News, and that means I have been writing this column for almost that same amount of time.
Our Views: Lawmaking should be done in the open, even with a noble cause
We may have counted out the Alabama Education Association too soon.
Danielle Cater: Make the most of these sunny days
If you didn’t get out and enjoy the weather last weekend, you missed quite a nice break in the cold.
Steve Flowers: Alabama’s budget system has its own little quirks
We in Alabama are only one of a handful of states that do not work off of one unified budget.
Our Views: School flexibility bill shows how fast AEA has lost its influence
Last week’s lightning-quick action — by Alabama State Legislature standards, anyway — on the so-called school flexibility bill was something to behold.
Danielle Cater: Teaching skills are handy in an office
I recently read an article about the top five careers to choose if you are a patient person.
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