It is said that a person should never lose hope. Every individual has the right to wish for something they would like to be and would like to have. But for this, an individual has to put in all his efforts. Hard work always pays off in some way or the other. Therefore, if an individual invests his time and energy in the right direction, then he can always expect for the best to happen. You can get more tips in this article. However, things get simpler day by day. Before everything took a lot of time, but now things are very different. Continue reading
“Did the Civil War Create a New Southern Woman?” will be presented by George Rable at the ArchiTreats: Food For Thought program on Thursday, January 16th at 12:05 PM in the Alabama Department of Archives and History’s Milo B. Howard, Jr. Auditorium. Rable explores the effects of the war on families and the new roles held by women. Continue reading
Before attending the Alabama Highland Games at the Blount Cultural Park this weekend, my caber tossing knowledge was limited to what I’ve seen on ESPN 2, sandwiched between Argentinean Women’s Skee-Ball Semi-finals and Canadian football. All I knew was that, like Canadian football, caber tossing seemed like a perfectly ridiculous way of proving one’s manhood. My kind of sport. Continue reading
This May, U.S. Senator Richard C. Shelby (R-Ala.) welcomed Hal Mooty of Montgomery, Alabama as an intern in his Washington, D.C. office. Hal is the son of Mr. Dean Mooty and Mrs. Dee Mooty, also of Montgomery.
While in Washington D.C., Hal had the opportunity to assist the press department, work in the reception area, correspond with constituents as well as perform other constituent services, assist with government research, and provide tours of the Capitol. Continue reading