Brenda Price said she values her job at Huddle House. She said she takes her position as manager seriously.

Piedmont takes a break from Class 3A, Region 5 football action Friday night, if playing two-time defending Class 4A state champion Leeds can be considered a break. Leeds (4-1) opened the season with four consecutive wins, averaging more than 35 points a game, before falling to Handley 14-7 last week. 

Donna Bryant said she’s always loved her work with children at First Baptist Church. That enjoyment has heightened in the past few weeks.

Donna took over as children’s ministry director in 2013. Recently, the church started a new program, the AWANA (Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed) Club. The emphasis for the Bible-based program for children, from the age of 3 to the fifth grade, is on Bible memorization.

At the “A-List” LGBT for Hillary Gala September 9, Hillary Clinton read the following scripted comments from teleprompters. This was at least the second time she had used these words in public. They are coming from her heart. And her audience loved and applauded these words. “Yes!” The elite, the very top progressives in America who look down their long Pharisaic noses at the rest of us who work and live far below their intelligence and righteousness have always believed most Americans are “deplorables.”

The 4th Annual Conquer Chiari Walk was held at Veterans Memorial Park in Piedmont. Over $3,000 was raised to fight Chiari Malformation.