By Angelina Bellebuono and Kathryn Purcell
By Lauren Vaught
Morgan County Primary school teacher, Heather Doolittle, was awarded Wal-Mart Teacher of The Year Award and with all the effort she puts into her class and students, its hard not to see why.
By Jessica Armistead
November brings a new season, autumn colors and the right to vote in the General Election on November 4.
By Angelina Bellebuono
For Annie Mae Chatman, growing watermelons this summer was as simple as putting out some seeds in the sunny spot behind her house in Madison, where flowers have prospered since she moved to the house in 1987.
By Whitney Skeeters
It is estimated that more than 15,200 American women will have their lives cut short in 2008. Dubbed “the silent killer,” ovarian cancer has a survival rate of a dismal 20 percent and affects one in 57 women.
Walk to school make a big difference
By Ramsey Nix
“Global warming, childhood obesity, oil speculation, environmental degradation” are terms that have floated to the surface of our national media milieu. They fly through the airwaves like confetti at a party convention, devoid of meaning by the end of the day.