Each year, we look forward to seeing the photographic creativity of our readers in our annual photo contest. This year featured some outstanding entries, and though we can’t print all of them in the magazine, we hope you’ll enjoy seeing a few of the top...
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Nap time. August 2021 Snapshots

“I don’t feel old. I don’t feel anything till noon. That’s when it’s time for my nap.” Bob Hope Submit “Pumpkins” photos by August 31.

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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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