Honor Korean vets, support museum
The museum has surpassed the expectations of the original board and volunteers who wanted a place to keep safe the mementoes and artifacts of the nation’s military engagements.
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Alabama needs to get tougher on drunk drivers
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Learning a lesson on the field
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Literary censorship is a serious matter
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Alabama's ancient Constitution remains the same
Today, the racist language remains.
Gov. Bentley keeping no salary pledge
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