There is a serious atmosphere of mistrust between the mostly white school administration and many members of the African-American community.
This is my concern. I read the article regarding Mr. Charles Todd Henderson in The Daily Home, dated Jan. 15. I want to commend the Board for showing him mercy by hiring him and allowing him to work while he appealed his case. I am saddened to hear that he has exhausted all of his appeals an…
MONTGOMERY — Even though there are more Baptists than Methodists in Alabama, historically Methodists have held more of the prominent political posts in the Heart of Dixie. If you look closely at these leaders’ lives, a good many of our leaders have been sons of Methodist ministers.
The killing of an Iranian terrorist who was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of U.S. servicemen should be a development celebrated by all Americans, but with the Democratic Party determined to destroy the sitting president, that was never going to happen.
Based on a recent report, it appears that the ACLU is more worried about convicted felons than the safety of Alabama communities.
While Iran and the U.S. are both “standing down” from their missile strikes for the moment, how long will this last? Until their next threat or terrorist act? Until they have completely annexed Iraq? Until their next attack on us or our allies?
I know this title has already conjured up an image for you, but it’s not what you might think. As a fat, stupid kid trying to make friends in Breacon, it was hard at first. I had flaming red hair, I was fat and let’s face it, I was not very bright.
At this time, we, at the Plank Road Station in Winterboro, would like to express our sincere thanks to all who chose to support us in so many ways to make our 12th Annual Art Extravaganza such a wonderful success.
I appreciated Anthony Cook’s editorial about “Christianity Today’s” failure to cite Scripture in their editorial about Donald Trump (Jan. 2, 2020). And I appreciate Mr. Cook’s statements and the position he has taken. I didn’t vote for Trump either, and I certainly didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton.
The Daily Home sees our role in equipping its readers with relevant information as a vital part of covering any election, and the upcoming March primary is no different.
The National Environmental Policy Act, or NEPA, was signed into law nearly 50 years ago and hasn’t received a significant update since 1986. This legislation was designed to ensure the proper evaluation and protection of the environment before, during and after construction of infrastructure…
MONTGOMERY — Our presidential primary in the Heart of Dixie is less than two months away. We vote on March 3. President Donald Trump will be the GOP nominee. It is a foregone conclusion that Trump will carry Alabama in the November general election.
As a fat stupid 7-year-old, I was excited when my Mother told me we were going “coon” hunting in Horn’s Valley; that’s racoon hunting for you city folks. I knew that I would get to carry my .410 shotgun and maybe even get to shoot something!
As a free society, we Americans place the highest of value on the sanctity of our places of worship. We must feel completely secure and safe as we study God's Word.
We are just barely into a new year in Alabama, but unfortunately 2020 is already starting to look like 2019 when it comes to violent crime.
This is my reply to Anthony Cook’s editorial, "How to pray for President Trump." I do not always agree with the president’s choice of words, however, after having served with several people in the military from New York City, I understand their brazen attitude and bluntness, the tough guy im…
In the Jan. 1, 2020 edition of the Daily Home, there was an excellent article, written by Chris Norwood, about the vacancy in the Talladega County Revenue Commissioner’s office.
My wife and I had the opportunity to meet Tony Evans in summer 2018. We had taken our daughter on her senior trip to New York, and we happened to be staying in the same hotel.
I have recently moved into the Alpine area, and was shocked by the death of an alpaca and a family pet on a family farm. They were killed by dogs, namely pit bulls, dropped off “in the country.” The practice of dropping off unwanted animals in rural areas is a horrible practice by quivering …
Last week, I wrote a column pointing out the dilemma President Trump presents for some Christian voters — how many of his policies align with our political goals, but how his behavior displays brazen moral failings on a level not seen before this administration.
Over the past year or so, we have seen a lot in the media about so-called "fake news." You may or may not ascribe to this line of thinking, however, I am seeing evidence of this problem locally on TV news originating out of Birmingham.
MONTGOMERY — As is my tradition, as the old year comes to a close, I like to pay homage to legendary Alabama leaders who have passed away. We lost some legends in 2019.