Jim Lacefield is a retired adjunct professor of biology and Earth sciences from the University of North Alabama. His book, Lost Worlds in Alabama Rocks: A Guide to the State’s Ancient Life and Landscapes, is in its fifth printing.
If you want your jails to be less full, we need to go by God’s ways. You need to have the alcohol made illegal in Cleburne County. That means some are going to have to become humble and swallow their pride.
The ocean is only a part of the joy of visiting a beach town. I proved that last week when visiting Orange Beach for five days after foot surgery.
Some people, like Chris and Heather Dempsey, are like oak trees. They have long, deep roots.