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January 19 07:35 AM
I don’t normally write a sports column, but a few words would seem appropriate after Alabama’s startling victory this past Monday night in the College Football Championship game. Simply put, love him or hate him, Alabama head coach Nick Saban is the best college coach in football today, and maybe the best college coach ever.
January 19 07:35 AM
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Lynch’s name just recently popped up in local political circles as a possible candidate for mayor. Before that, it was assumed she would seek re-election to the Council and then next year run for Barbara Norton’s seat in the House of Representatives..
January 12 07:30 AM
He started his service on the Commission in 2016 as a progressive representative. Having been elected in a contested election as Commission vice president, he voted with his supporters (the six white commissioners) on stopping the retirement plan for commissioners as well as subsidized health insurance.
January 12 07:30 AM
There has been a lot of bad news out of LSU, Louisiana’s flagship university in recent weeks. Not just on the football field, where the Tigers have completed a mediocre season, even though they have the highest salaried group of coaches in the nation.
January 05 05:11 PM
It would be an understatement to say that this past year has been controversial on the political scene. Three major stories dominated the news from my perspective. Obviously at the top of the list was the continuing saga of Donald Trump. Then there was he Alabama Senate race that became the nation’s number one soap opera.
December 29 07:05 AM
Secondly, the sale of roads, buildings, sewer systems and a number of other publicly built projects are being sold to private groups in more progressive states all over the country. New projects are regularly being bid out to private groups to either lease or own.

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