Opinion

Progress edition flashbacks

A writer’s mind is a lot like the energized bunny. It never stops! Read more

Hartselle’s fuzzy demographics

Leaving in Hartselle is a continual learning experience. Read more

Smith is unique personality

Kay DeKalb Smith is an interesting character. Read more

A look back at Easter

This coming Sunday is Easter, considered by millions of Christians, especially in western countries, as the holiest day of the year. Read more

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  1. Sacrifice of love
  2. End domestic violence
  3. Ole-timey Easter egg hunt
  4. Various Easter celebrations
  5. Journey to the cross continues
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Opinion Columnists

Restaurant anticipation

There is a lot of buzz around town about the new restaurants coming to Hartselle in the new Dollar Tree shopping center. I am one ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Looking for driver

Dear Editor: Wanted to Find: The man who was driving a big red, four-door truck on Old Trinity Lane on April 28. You stopped in ... Read more

Special thanks to volunteers and sponsors

On Tues., May 5, Phase One of Crestline Outdoor Classroom was bursting with workers who helped get us started in our outdoor living laboratory. The ... Read more

Lack of care has become the new norm

Dear Editor, Your article on peace and love is well timed, considering the lack of even sympathy that has become the new normal. I first ... Read more

HFA thanks donors

The Board of Directors of the Hartselle Fine Arts Center would like to thank the following Merchants for their generous donations to the 15th ... Read more

Hartselle’s fuzzy demographics

Leaving in Hartselle is a continual learning experience. Read more