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Are you an agent for change?

“Nonviolence is a powerful and just weapon, which cuts without wounding and ennobles the man who wields it. ...

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Communication, codes lessen impact

The destruction wrought by two major hurricanes hitting the U.S. mainland in the space of a few weeks ...

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Hard lessons learned by would-be students

Consider this required reading for any teenager who feels invincible amid the online world, or any adult who ...

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Almost hurricane season: Make a plan now

It has been more than a decade – 12 years to be exact – since a major hurricane ...

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Our view: Many challenges face new governor

On Monday, Kay Ivey held up her hand and took the oath of office as governor of Alabama. ...

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It’s a red-letter day for community

If weather forecasters are worth their salt, it’s likely rainy and dreary, and you might be under threat ...

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Imagination Library plants seeds for future

Every month, 861 pre-school children in Covington County receive a gift in the mail – a hardback book. ...

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If legislature can’t fix prisons, taxpayers will lose

Gov. Robert Bentley has good reason to have prison construction high on his priority list for the current ...

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New clinic a win-win for Florala, hospital

Florala area residents got perhaps the best community news they’ve had in three years on Monday when Andalusia ...

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Prisons must be top priority this session

Alabama’s overcrowded and underfunded prisons are a disaster in waiting, and every revelation seems to underscore the potential ...

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