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Learning a lesson on the field
What’s left for this old rivalry is to rebuild a sense of sportsmanship and trust. The AHSAA has recommended the two schools participate in a professional development session to help bring the emotions back to earth.
Literary censorship is a serious matter
The world would be even better if politicians would read the books instead of reviewing excerpts passed along to them for reasons that have little to do with education and a lot to do with politics.
Alabama's ancient Constitution remains the same
Today, the racist language remains.
Gov. Bentley keeping no salary pledge
Bentley pointed out there are15,000 jobs currently listed on the state’s JobLink database, and we’re sure he and Mrs. Bentley would both love to see those jobs filled.
Alabama needs to rethink punishment for non-violent crimes
Our justice system doesn't claim to be perfect, and it's only through continual refinement that it can be improved.
Water Authority should draw from deep local well
It’s time for the authority to provide a comparative table showing why it would be a financial advantage to choose the Decatur plan.
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Bentley's vision doesn't fit with state's reality
... Bentley’s version of Alabama is all about making Alabama smaller, making Alabama government less useful, making Alabama less interested in the health and welfare of those who live here.
Stakes high for Crimson Tide as season approaches
Should Alabama live up to expectations this year, it would be historic. ...
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