In Deuteronomy 6:1-9 we hear Moses sharing: “You shall love the LORD your God" />
There is a difference between falling in love with someone and loving the Lord. Falling in love is a wonderful experience, but God’s love is what we should fall for. We share that kind of love with all human beings. It’s hard work sometimes.
In Deuteronomy 6:1-9 we hear Moses sharing: “You shall love the LORD your GodRead more »
Note: Longtime Gadsden Times Sports Editor Jimmy Smother passed away on Aug. 31 at the age of 82. Messenger Sports Correspondent Stan Veitch worked with Smothers for several years at the Times.
By Stan Veitch/Sports Correspondent
I didn't move to Etowah County until 1989, so when I met Jimmy Smothers, I wasn't in awe of him like so manyRead more »
The Vagabond recently started a new series about the iron ore mines around the Gadsden area and how they got started. There is surprising history to be found.
As mentioned earlier in the series, the early settlers knew the presence of iron ore in the Gadsden district. John S. Moragne, one of the area’s first settlers, discovered the outcropsRead more »
There aren’t a whole lot of good things anyone can say about what’s been going on in Montgomery lately. The legislature has failed to pass a budget - twice! Legislators return to Montgomery next week for a third legislative session to address the budget crisis, but there is still no agreement on any solution.
But despite all of this,Read more »
One Saturday per month, Gadsden Regional Medical Center’s Women’s & Children’s department holds free childbirth classes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Gadsden Regional Room of Building 500 on the GRMC campus. The dates of the classes for the rest of 2015 are: Sept. 12, Oct. 3, Nov. 7 and Dec. 5. The classes include sessions onRead more »