Mooresville, pop. 59, has stories to tell By Jennifer Crossley Howard If Alabama had hamlets, Mooresville would be its poster child.  The town, which looks more like a village, sits tucked behind the Wheeler Wildlife Refuge, right off I-565, between Decatur and Huntsville. It is just out of...
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By Minnie Lamberth The 16 bronze relief sculptures installed on granite bases at the foot of the Alabama State Capitol take visitors on a journey through pivotal moments in Alabama history.  “Each of those moments represents something that was kind of a watershed for the...
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By Jennifer Crossley Howard Tucked away in the corner of one of Alabama’s oldest towns is 1818 Farms, where calendula, zinnia, coneflower and more seem to glow neon against heavy clouds.  Owner and founder Natasha McCrary cracked open a white bachelor’s button revealing an intricate...
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AREA, Trenholm, Alabama Power to partner to train linemen Electric utilities have a great demand for trained lineworkers, and a new program will allow those

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