Ever since the final whistle of Sunday’s World Cup final, I don’t think I have stopped being in a good mood. Despite the U.S. men’s soccer team losing to Mexico in the Gold Cup final that same night, the feeling of seeing the women’s national team win back-to-back world titles is something t…
I’ve been working at Tallapoosa Publishers Inc. for more than two years now, as I just hit my two-year anniversary May 22. While it’s been sort of a whirlwind and there have been ups and downs, I love my job and I am thankful to be here.
Gov. Kay Ivey has been inaugurated and the legislature had its organizational session. Now it’s time for our state officials to get to work.
Everyone from Gov. Kay Ivey to the 1,000 volunteers who quickly mobilized to help have been in awe not only of the power of nature, as seen in Saturday’s tornado that ravaged the city’s west side Saturday afternoon, but of Wetumpka’s recuperative spirit.
Regardless of what happens in Donald Trump’s administration over the next two years, he will have a proven record of success as president, especially among conservative Americans.
You cannot get used to seeing that kind of destruction — trees through windows, roads shut down, horrified looks on everyone’s face. This is not what you want to see in your community.
Every once in a while, an NFL team looks so good after a few games, people begin to look down the schedule to see how long an undefeated season can actually last. We may never see another team run the table in the regular season en route to a Super Bowl title.
The next – and, hopefully, final – legal battle between the City of Wetumpka and Alabama Power, AT&T and Spectrum over the relocation of poles that carry power, cable and telephone service to customers in the city’s historic downtown area will take place in the courtroom of Judge Bill Le…