A look back at “back to school” expenses (II)

This column continues and concludes with some of the expenses associated with going to school in the fall (even though it is still summer) for ... Read more

A salute to town’s industry

One of my favorite events during Hartselle’s Annual week-long Depot Days celebration is “Down Memory Lane,” a production of the Hartselle Historical Society. Read more

Faye Halbrooks Draper

Funeral for Faye Halbrooks Draper, 84, of Somerville was Sat., July 26, at 1 p.m. at Ridout’s Brown-Service Funeral Home with the Rev. Bobby Ray ... Read more

When we grow up

When I was growing up, and even when I was in college, the idea that I would be in the newspaper business was not something ... Read more

A look back at gard´ns

This is the time of year when home-produced foods are most plentiful. Read more

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  2. More jobs coming
  3. Devices no longer a ‘no-no’
  4. Reflecting the right image
  5. A look back at primaries
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Opinion Columnists

Tax dollars vital to city

Many of us never pause to think about the consequences of stopping at a business outside of Hartselle’s city limits to purchase a tank of ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Thanks for making the ceremony a success

We want to thank the following people for helping with the dedication ceremony for the historic marker at the B-26C crash site Aug. 16. Read more

Buyer beware

When you see gas advertised on a station marquee, make sure you check the price on the pump. Read more

Thanks for promoting Constitution Week

On behalf of the Stephens Chapter National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution we sincerely appreciate the participation and support of the Hartselle ... Read more

Voting “No,” living “Yes” hurts Hartselle’s image

For full disclosure, I am a “Go Wet” person. Read more

You violated my rights

I would like to say to the person who stole my "vote no” sign from my yard, you violated my rights as an American Citizen. Read more