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Jerre Brannen was a rare high school athlete. He was outstanding in football, basketball, baseball and track at Anniston High School, playing three years in each sport, before graduating in

As entrepreneurs thinking about selling, you and your partners must be crystal clear about why you want to do that.

For most retailers, it makes sense to steer clear of any price wars, which they may not win anyway.

Happy farmers, fresh produce and top-notch farm products helped put smiles on curious customers’ faces during the Alfa Farmers Market in Montgomery June 13.

The NBA has positioned itself for global dominance, and there is no reason you cannot steal a page from their book.

MONTGOMERY – Alabama families may qualify for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, or WIC, if you are a woman who is pregnant, who had a baby within the past six months, who is breastfeeding or is the parent or guardian of a child up to age 5, you are encouraged …

If you’ve ever worked a jigsaw puzzle, you know the frustration of not being able to find that one missing piece. Most of us could get OCD about one missing piece. We look frantically for that one small piece; in the box and box top, under the box, all around the table, under the table. … What Piece of the Puzzle Is Your Church? Read More »

By the grace of God, I have stumbled into just about every good thing that has happened to me as a minister. Growing up in the SBC, I went on exactly one mission trip as a teenager. So, coming into the pastorate I had very little experience about what mission for students should look like. … Cultivating a Culture of Missions Among Your Students Read More »

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Alabama’s largest farm organization applauded final passage of a $19.1 billion disaster package last week by the U.S. House of Representatives.The bill was signed by President Donald Trump
“Alabama farmers were hit hard by hurricanes, and families also have been devastated by tornadoes,” said Alabama Farmers Federation President Jimmy Parnell. “Passage of disaster relief is long overdue. We thank Sen. Richard Shelby, Rep. Martha…

The Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) will be releasing guidance on the tax treatment and reporting requirements of “virtual currencies” (i.e.,...

Promoting Interoperability with Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) The Alabama Department of Public Health Meaningful Use team recently added new functionality where Eligible Providers who are currently participating in the PI Program can access the PDMP registry and run reports to show that they are actively engaged with this Specialized Registry during the reporting period. …

Ridgemont Hospitality president Dhruv Patel finds Alameda’s location well-suited for building new hotels
Lois Butler, Alameda Economic Development manager
With five major hotel projects in the pipeline, including a 172-room Residence Inn by Marriott and a 72-room Home 2 Suites by Hilton – Alameda is experiencing a hospitality gold rush
“If all the hotels come to fruition, that’s a lot of units – more than Oakland…

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A rendering showing the waterfront park planned for Seaplane Lagoon
By early 2020, Alameda will once again have transportation vessels docking in its storied Seaplane Lagoon – the first direct ferry service between Alameda Point and San Francisco
Created by Pan American Airways in the 1930s, Seaplane Lagoon was home base for the China Clipper, the airline’s…

A HEART FOR THE HARVEST June 9, 2019 Dr. Teman Knight John 4:27-38

Peanut producers voted overwhelmingly to continue the National Peanut Board’s (NPB) research, marketing and promotion program in a referendum by the U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Ninety-three percent voted “yes.”

With all this talk of climate change, it’s easy to forget that it’s more than just a catchy phrase. The earth’s temperatures have reached a historic high, and natural habitats, resources and wildlife are experiencing a rapid decline. In honour

On April 3-5, 2019, the Partnership facilitated our first Immigration Summit in El Paso, TX. As leaders in our communities, Community Action agencies have th...

Rendering of the finished ferry
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Joe Pratt looks over the facility at Bay Ship & Yacht where the superstructure for the hydrogen fuel cell ferry is being built. This section will later be lifted and placed on the hull, which will be built alongside
Photo courtesy of Spencer Brown
When the “Water-Go-Round” Ferry launches from Alameda into San Francisco Bay later this year, it will be the first fuel cell vessel in the nation and the first commercial fuel…

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NASA recently certified Kaila Myrick as a Microgravity Science Glovebox (MSG) Facility Operator. Kaila was the first student from ASU and the second flight controller to obtain certification as a part of a Mentor Protégé Agreement (MPA) between Teledyne Brown Engineering and ASU. -more-