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Today's Opinions

  • Getting used to high-tech phones

     

    By Linda Ireland, Landmark News Service

  • Run with all your Hart

    I've not gone on one run since June 14 that I haven't thought about Sarah Roberts Hart.
    On June 14, she was on her morning jog in Russell County when she was attacked and killed. Her tragic story has struck a nerve with people all over the country, especially with fellow runners like myself.

  • Run with all your Hart

    I've not gone on one run since June 14 that I haven't thought about Sarah Roberts Hart.
    On June 14, she was on her morning jog in Russell County when she was attacked and killed. Her tragic story has struck a nerve with people all over the country, especially with fellow runners like myself.

  • Run with all your Hart

    I've not gone on one run since June 14 that I haven't thought about Sarah Roberts Hart.
    On June 14, she was on her morning jog in Russell County when she was attacked and killed. Her tragic story has struck a nerve with people all over the country, especially with fellow runners like myself.

  • Run with all your Hart

    I've not gone on one run since June 14 that I haven't thought about Sarah Roberts Hart.
    On June 14, she was on her morning jog in Russell County when she was attacked and killed. Her tragic story has struck a nerve with people all over the country, especially with fellow runners like myself.

  • Getting used to high-tech phones

    By Linda Ireland
    Landmark News Service

    The first time I saw one of those strange little QR codes in an advertisement, I thought it was a mistake. It looked like a graphic artist had mangled a photo or barcode.
    Quick Response codes have been around since the mid-1990s but their popularity has increased since the introduction of "smartphones."
    They've even been showing up in ads in the newspaper.

  • Clarification, July 18

    In the Athletes of the Year section published last month, some additional information has been provided about one of the entries. Jeremy Mattingly, the football player of the year, is the son of Mickey and Beth Cooley and Kerry and Gloria Mattingly.

  • Letter: Old problem, old solution

    A solution to an old problem in our community is Jesus Christ. Let me begin by saying as someone who has attended church practically my entire life, it is hard to let others know you are a follower of Jesus.
    In this country we have forgotten the freedom to attend church. Easter and Christmas as national holidays. Leaders in our country must believe in God or this would not be so.
    To believe in Jesus is one thing, but to say he is the answer seems to feel uncomfortable to let people know.