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Keep Smiling with Rosie Preston: A poem here and a poem there
17 June 2021
By Rosie Preston Just when I think that I’ve read all my mother’s poems, I find one that seems to match my life. I now understand much more about how...
The Vagabond: Josiah D. White
17 June 2021
By Danny Crownover The Vagabond recently came across an interesting article written Nov. 9, 1948 by local historian Will I. Martin on Josiah Dennis White...
Midge Crawford’s Chicken Tetrazzini and Virginia McCleskey’s Custard Ice Cream
17 June 2021
By Andy Bedwell Midge Crawford’s Chicken Tetrazzini 1 broiler-fryer (2 ½ to 3 lbs.) cups water 1 cup dry white wine carrots cut in pieces 1 medium-size onion,...
From God’s Word - A love letter from our Heavenly Father
17 June 2021
By Toni Ford Most of this devotion is written by Sylvia Gunter, taken from the ministry of My Father’s Business. I share it with you, my readers, in hopes...
God’s Word revealed - Our personal responsibility in salvation
17 June 2021
By John Larkins The King James version of the Bible, although re-written several times by totally unauthorized heretics, still provides an excellent source...
Granni-Wese’s Stove Pot Roast, Jewel Couch’s Broccoli Rice Casserole, Jane Farmer’s Japanese Fruit Pies and Myrtle Connell Lowe’s Creamy Peanut Butter Pie
11 June 2021
Granni-Wese’s (Louise Stallings) Stove Pot Roast 3-4 lb beef roast (Granni typically used a chuck roast) Salt & pepper Olive oil Water Garlic...
Rumor on the street has it...
11 June 2021
By Vicki Scott I have it from a reliable source that George Wallace Senior Center will be opening back up Monday, June 14. I‘m filled with excitement!...
God’s Word revealed - As did Saul, convert your beliefs
11 June 2021
By John Larkins This past Sunday, I was paging through a King James pew bible in a local church and suddenly startled awake to read “Saul Converted,”...
From God’s Word - Keep on, press forward, don’t give up
11 June 2021
By Toni Ford Have you ever stopped to thank God for being a God of second chances? I know personally that I don’t thank Him enough for all the second,...
The Vagabond: Gadsden’s early police force
11 June 2021
In 1885, the Gadsden City Council elected Henry C. White as the city’s first marshal and chief of police. White made John S. Hughes his deputy. White,...
Keep Smiling with Rosie Preston: Quirkiness in the past few weeks
11 June 2021
Did you ever spend weeks trying to find how to solve a problem, and no matter how difficult it became or how you just seemed to miss it, you wouldn’t give...
Keep Smiling with Rosie Preston: Reading, writing and storytelling
07 June 2021
By Rosie Preston If questioned whether I love to read or write the most, I would say it would be that I’ve read far more books than I’ve written articles...
The Vagabond: Amelia Earhart in Gadsden
07 June 2021
By Danny Crownover Joan (pronounced Jo Ann) Mims recently showed The Vagabond a photo of herself as a baby being held under an airplane among a group...

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