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Mrs. Rhonda Tolar

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Mrs. Rhonda Tolar, 50 of Salem, AL passed away on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at her home. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, November 16, 2019, 12 Noon CST at Antioch Baptist Church in LaFayette, AL, Rev. Calvin Marshall, Pastor; Officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Mrs. Tolar is survived by her […]

Mr. Wilbur Rowe

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Mr. Wilbur Rowe, Jr., 66 of Dadeville, AL passed away on Sunday, November 10, 2019 at his home. Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, November 14, 2019, 11:00 a.m. CST at Spring Hill Primitive Baptist Church in Camp Hill, AL, Elder Greg Brown, Pastor / Officiating. Mr. Rowe is survived by his wife, Bernice […]

Community Events

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Christmas Christmas It is that time again. The Jennings and Swint is having a Christmas Dinner on Dec 26th at the Alfa building In LaFayette. Ifyou are interested please call 334-219-1601 by Nov 23rd. Christian Benevolent Society Lodge (HBS) Grand session program on Sunday Dec 29th at 2pm cst to be held at Mt. Lebanon […]

Church Happenings

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Mt Pisgah Baptist Church A Western Style Christmas Celebration on Dec 14th at 6cst with lots of fun activities for everyone. Attire is Western tickets are $15.00 Ages 7 to 17 tickets are $5.00 White Chapel CME Church with Rev Daniel Todd Pastor will have its Family and friends day / homecoming Nov 24th at […]

Humor By Bill Frazer: Reckoning With Millenials

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On the news the other day in response to the impeachment inquiry, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham said that is was “a bit like un-ringing a bell.” I was shocked to hear cotton patch phrases used on national news. Even Adam Schiff can probably figure out that the phrase means that you can’t take something […]

5th Graders Compete in KIA Competition

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Fifth-grade students from LaFayette Lanier Elementary School, shown in the attached photo, were among hundreds of participants from school districts across Alabama and Georgia that participated in Thursday’s KIA Jet Toy competition in Atlanta. Their entry was a smooth-running, balloon-powered vehicle that performed well against models created by their peers. “I am so incredibly proud […]

Mike’s Musings: Kaepernik- Fool or Genius?

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I’ve decided after this weekend’s fiasco, Colin Kaepernik is either a fool or a genius- I’m not sure which. He was certainly clever when he parlayed his kneeling for the National Anthem, into a multi-million dollar enterprise, mostly coming from Nike. His frizzy afro and fast talk made him the spokesperson for disadvantaged Blacks, even […]

My Garden of Life: Georgia on My Mind

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I had a busy week. Man, I was all over the place, and by “all over the place,” I mean mostly Georgia, with Alabama on each end. The Peach State has been good to me this year. Earlier in the year—I believe it was spring—I spoke at the Blakely-Early County Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet. […]

Inside the Statehouse: John McMillan – A Good Man as State Treasurer

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Alabama is in good hands with John McMillan. A good man is in the job of State Treasurer of Alabama for the third straight quadrennium. Young Boozer served two successive four-year terms from 2010-2018. Mr. Boozer did an excellent job as Treasurer. He was perfect for the job. He had been a successful banker. He […]

Reflections-Thanksgiving: The Antidote For Anger

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We’ve become an angry people. Reasons for our anger range from frustration over fake news to fear of another terrorist attack; from becoming the victim of some random act of violence to what may well seem like the maddening loss of the American dream. Anger is a dangerous emotion that affects every area of life; […]