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Win At Home is a series of opinion articles written by author and keynote speaker Willie Spears. Be sure to catch the Win At Home Podcast in January 2022 and order the Win at Home devotional for leaders now at www.williespears.com.

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Recently, I was doing some research for a continuing education presentation that I was making for a group of lawyers. The presentation was about health and wellness in attorneys. In doing the research, I was fascinated to discover how much information is available about gratitude and the eff…

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Birth Angel To The Rescue, is a new children’s book by Bullock County author Tracy R. Larkins that shows how love, faith and patience guide a family through a miraculous adoption journey. November is National Adoption Month and this year’s theme is Every Conversation Matters. Annually the La…

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Vintage Hospitality Group gains recognition with prestigious honors at the Alabama Restaurant and Hospitality Association’s Stars of the Industry Awards. Proprietor Jud Blount won the Restaurateur of the Year award for showing exemplary customer and community service, employee relations, and…

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Council member Dollie M. Blue of Midway, AL. has earned the professional designation of Advanced Certified Municipal Official after completing an additional 40 credit hours of training conducted or endorsed by the Alabama League of Municipalities. Council member Dollie M. Blue is a member of…

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Thanksgiving was the theme of the meeting of the Chunnenuggee Garden Club on November 11, 2021. Roll call by Beth High was answered with members sharing blessings they were thankful for. Sadie Pugh read an article from "Neighbors" magazine by Sean Dietrich.

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The older we get, the more we have to be thankful for. The older we get, the more we have suffered incalculable loss. That paradox of the wondrously hard existence of life hits most of us the hardest in these upcoming seasons of Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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Win At Home is a series of opinion articles written by author and keynote speaker Willie Spears. Be sure to catch the Win At Home Podcast in January 2022 and order the Win at Home devotional for leaders now at www.williespears.com.

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Council member George M. Parham of Midway, AL. has earned the professional designation of Certified Municipal Official after completing 40 credit hours of training conducted or endorsed by the Alabama League of Municipalities. Council member George M. Parham is a member of the 26th graduatin…

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The Alabama State 2021 Convention was held virtually, October 7-9, 2021. The theme for this year’s convention was “Defeat Voter Suppression - At The Ballot Box”. The 2021 Executive Committee Member of the Year Award was given to Dr. James V Poe Jr., (aka Dr. Jabari Prempeh) Chair of the Crim…

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Win At Home is a series of opinion articles written by author and keynote speaker Willie Spears. Be sure to catch the Win At Home Podcast in January 2022 and order the Win at Home devotional for leaders now at www.williespears.com.

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Rodney Howard, the grandson of Ronald Howard, a 1977 graduate of Bullock County High competed in the International Miniature Rodeo Association Finals in Gifford, Illinois from November 3-7, 2021, and won the championship in bareback bronc riding.

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“Don’t cry.” Those two words book-end an era for me. For the last three and a half years, I have coached the same group of boys as a baseball team. It’s a pretty remarkable thing to keep the same group together for that long. We started when they were 8, and we finished our last tournament a…

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E'Zekeon Rodgers, a Junior at Bullock County High School visited Lagrange College along with his mother and two sisters.

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The shoeboxes seen here are a part of a large effort known as the “Shoebox” Ministry.

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When Joseph Tyler Pierce was growing up in Union Springs, AL he learned early that honest work matters. His parents, Donnie Pierce and Denise Moorer, instilled in his childhood the belief that success lies in the balance between caring for community and staying true to one’s self. From his t…