Productive session in the forecast for Alabama Legislature

AREA’s 2022 Legislative Map By Minnie Lamberth When the Alabama Legislature begins its regular session on Jan. 11, the budgets that fund education and state government should be in good shape.  “Both education and general fund will probably be the strongest budgets we’ve seen,” says...
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By John N. Felsher Most people grow up with big dreams of becoming a movie star, astronaut or pro ball player, but very few achieve those goals. Later in life, many people scale back those lofty dreams and create more reasonable “bucket lists” for what...
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Lawmaker builds on legacy of giving back, public service By Allison Law In March 2019, Jeremy Gray – former college and pro football player, business owner, budding community advocate – was preparing to enter yet another realm: state politics.  Gray was elected in 2018; his...
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Dressed up pets

March theme: “Baby Farm Animals” Deadline to submit: January 31. 

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Oh, those tombs

I was strolling one day in a lonely grave yard When a voice from the tomb seemed to say “I once lived as you lived,

Alabama People

Commissioned to create

Montgomery native Clydetta Fulmer, a nationally known sculptor, was on hand during the recent unveiling and dedication of her latest works, bronze busts of two

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The Taste of Homemade Bread

Food styling and photos: Brooke Echols Baking homemade bread became a regular pastime for many of us during the many months of COVID-related restrictions, and

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Electric Cooperatives

Since 1936 electric co-ops have built 2.5 million miles of power lines across rural America – long enough to reach from the earth to the moon five and a half times.

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.

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Tooling up for 2022:

Curating the best basic gardening implements January may be a slow month in the garden, but it can be a busy and productive month in

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Hosting houseplants:

Indoor plant care for the holidays and beyond “I already have a houseful and now more are coming. I don’t know where I’m going to

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January 2022

Dressed up pets

March theme: “Baby Farm Animals” Deadline to submit: January 31. 

January Spotlight

Learn more about EVs with Drive Electric Alabama Drive Electric Alabama is the state’s electric vehicle education and marketing program, which was officially launched Nov.

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