What Makes Ronnie Roll: The Traveler’s Gift, Part 1
What Makes Ronnie Roll

What Makes Ronnie Roll: The Traveler’s Gift, Part 1

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner For several years, I have marveled at how Mayor Ronnie loves to budget. (It’s not one...
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Issue September 21, 2018
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Issue September 21, 2018

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Brain Stimulation Therapy
Mental Health Minute

Brain Stimulation Therapy

By: Lisa Philippart Brain stimulation therapies (BST) can play a role in treating certain mental illnesses. Brain stimulation therapy involves...
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Between Horse and Human
Horse Whispering

Between Horse and Human

By: Deb Kitchenmaster What do you think it takes to understand and help a horse? For starters you learn to...
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We Sign Up But Rarely Sign In!
The View From The Bridge

We Sign Up But Rarely Sign In!

By: Jackie Warner Commitments, Accountability, Responsibility, Your Word… Tasks and responsibilities, tasks and responsibilities, and more tasks and responsibilities. Yes,...
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Fall Classes Are Starting!
Lifelong Learning

Fall Classes Are Starting!

By: Wanda Campbell Now is the time to consider what classes you want to take at the Center for Lifelong...
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Herbs & More “Oh How Grateful We Are”
Special Feature

Herbs & More “Oh How Grateful We Are”

By: Roy Williams We have had so many people tell us how fortunate we are to have had a business...
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The Great Skepticism – The Millennial Mind
The Millennial Mind

The Great Skepticism – The Millennial Mind

By: Rosemary Dewar American culture is having a difficult time relating to one another simply because we happen to disagree...
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I Say, I Say, I Say — That’s Mighty Good Chicken
Cooking with Anna

I Say, I Say, I Say — That’s Mighty Good Chicken

Chicken and White Bean Stuffed Peppers 2 tsp olive oil 1 onion, chopped 4 cloves garlic, chopped ½ red bell...
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Race A Duck Or Dress One Up To Support Environmental Education
Clean & Green

Race A Duck Or Dress One Up To Support Environmental Education

By: Lynne Hart Keep Athens-Limestone Beautiful is in the middle of fundraising season. Raising money to continue the work of...
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Football Kicks Off School Sports
PlayAction Sports

Football Kicks Off School Sports

By: Tim Lambert Fall sports got their start late last month, beginning on the gridiron; school-by-school highlights include: Ardmore On...
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POW/MIA Recognition Day
Alabama Veterans' Museum

POW/MIA Recognition Day

By: Sandra Thompson Please join us on September 21at 11:00 a.m. as we commemorate Prisoner of War/Missing in Action (POW/MIA)...
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If You Faint Not – Slinkard On Success
Slinkard On Success

If You Faint Not – Slinkard On Success

By: D. A. Slinkard Have you noticed how easy it is for people to quit on things in life? It...
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El Pollo Maniaco: Real And Reasonable
Special Feature

El Pollo Maniaco: Real And Reasonable

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner When Poli Avelino came to the States from the coastal Mexican state of Guerrero at the...
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The Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddlers Convention: Building Culture And Community For 52 Years
Special Feature

The Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddlers Convention: Building Culture And Community For 52 Years

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner Kicking off the 2018 fall festival season in Athens-Limestone County is the “granddaddy of ‘em all,”...
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All Things Soldier: Marines Make Short Work Of Rescuing Seniors From A Burning Building
All Things Soldier

All Things Soldier: Marines Make Short Work Of Rescuing Seniors From A Burning Building

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner This has been a week wherein it seems like our society has reached a new low,...
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Publisher’s Point: The Kavanaugh Kerfuffle And The Kids
Publisher's Point

Publisher’s Point: The Kavanaugh Kerfuffle And The Kids

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner Cirque du Kavanaugh has been going on for several weeks, and just when you think it...
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Herbs & More’s Open House September 29 In Their ‘Forever Home’
Featured

Herbs & More’s Open House September 29 In Their ‘Forever Home’

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner On Saturday, September 29, from 10 a.m. ‘til 2 p.m., Herbs & More is going to...
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Issue September 7, 2018
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Issue September 7, 2018

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Mandela’s Keys To Accomplishment Through Successful Relationship Building
Lifelong Learning

Mandela’s Keys To Accomplishment Through Successful Relationship Building

By: Eric Betts One of the great leaders of the latter part of the twentieth century was Nelson Mandela. He...
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