Week 10 review
The Tigers finished the regular season on a positive note as they won their third consecutive series. Auburn defeated Arkansas twice last weekend to improve to 33-23 overall and 13-17 in conference play.
The Crimson Tide traveled to Nashville and upset the Vanderbilt Commodores in one game last weekend. Despite losing the series, Alabama became only the thirdRead more »
The Vagabond has been asked many times as to how Gadsden was started. One of Gadsden early historian and Mayor, Charles P. Smith (1863-1929) wrote about the early Gadsden and how it got started. His notes are as follows:
The Earliest Days
“Gadsden has no written history, although it has been a history maker from its inception, except in encyclopedia and inRead more »
By Shannon J. Allen/Sand Mountain Reporter
The Class 4A Sardis High varsity football team wrapped up its third spring practice under head coach Gene Hill by knocking off Class 5A Southside 14-10, on Monday (May 20) at Southside.
Sardis’ defense forced a third-and-26 situation on the opening series of the varsity game, but the Panthers responded with a tackle-breaking touchdown run ofRead more »
On the first Saturday of every month, Gadsden Regional’s Women’s & Children’s department will conduct free childbirth classes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Gadsden Regional Room of Building 500 on the GRMC campus. The classes include sessions on infant care with pediatricians; a presentation by Success By 6 on infant and child development; sessions about pain control/Read more »
Today I will be handling all of your problems. Please remember that I do not need your help.
If life delivers you a situation you cannot handle, do not attempt to resolve it. Kindly put it in the S.F.G.T.D (Something for God to do) box.
It will be addressed in (my) time, not yours. Once the matter is placed into theRead more »