From booming suburbs to remote rural farming communities, Alabama’s electric cooperatives are energy providers and engines of economic development. Statewide, electric cooperatives serve more than 1 million Alabamians in their homes, businesses, farms and schools. Their coverage spans approximately 70% of Alabama’s landmass.
Anglers hoping to catch giant spotted bass traditionally head to the Coosa River, but another Alabama stream also holds trophy spots. “The Black Warrior River
Back in June when the weather was especially hot and dry and my house was full of grandchildren, I pulled out an old oscillating sprinkler
Weatherman Spann remains fascinated by the mysteries of weather By Emmett Burnett In the fall of 1962, in Greenville, Alabama’s W.O. Parmer Elementary School, teacher
By Emmett Burnett Rising 114 feet above Baldwin County, Rollin’ Thunder’s passengers can view the Gulf of Mexico all the way from Foley. But not