May 8, 2021
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The Lee bats came alive on Friday morning in the opening round of the Gulf South Conference Baseball Championship being played at the Choccolocco Park. The Flames pounded out 13 hits in the 8-3 ... (click for more)
"Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me." That's an expression we've all heard at one time or another. Tennessee football fans are among the many people who have been fooled more ... (click for more)
The Lee bats came alive on Friday morning in the opening round of the Gulf South Conference Baseball Championship being played at the Choccolocco Park. The Flames pounded out 13 hits in the 8-3 victory over Auburn Montgomery.
"It was a great start to our tournament. We got solid pitching performance from (Logan) Workman, solid defense, and clutch hitting throughout the line-up. ... (click for more)
A special called meeting of the Red Bank Commission on Friday was contentious from the start. Mayor Hollie Berry and Vice Mayor Stefanie Dalton contend that a vote for a contract to retain Tim Thornbury on an on-call basis at the April 26 meeting was not legal because the city had no representation present. City Attorney Arnold Stulce has recused himself from matters concerning ... (click for more)
Sunny skies and perfect weather made for a crowd friendly 72nd annual Armed Forces Parade down Market Street Friday morning – although it was briefer and with fewer marching bands than in years past.
And a bright future was predicted as well for America’s security by the Armed Forces celebration luncheon speaker, Congressman Mark Green of Tennessee, despite the admitted challenges ... (click for more)
It has been a pleasure working with Ron Swafford in City Court. Ron has done a great job and has had an outstanding career.
During the pandemic Ron and his staff worked tirelessly and courageously to keep the wheels on, even while in court proceedings were cancelled.
During our working relations, Ron and I have become good friends. He is a good man with a fine family.
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The best giggle came this week when Texas A&M football coach Jimbo Fisher – feeling his oats -- told a bunch of Aggie boosters he promised he would beat Nick Saban while Nick was still coaching football at Alabama. The media wags could hardly wait for Saban’s reaction and his calm two-word reply was so classic it is still being chiseled in granite somewhere: “In golf?”
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