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Communication, codes lessen impact

The destruction wrought by two major hurricanes hitting the U.S. mainland in the space of a few weeks is vast. The tales of Hurricane Harvey ... Read more

2 years ago by Staff Reports.

Hard lessons learned by would-be students

Consider this required reading for any teenager who feels invincible amid the online world, or any adult who expects to be in the job market. ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Reports.

Almost hurricane season: Make a plan now

It has been more than a decade – 12 years to be exact – since a major hurricane struck the United States. The last was ... Read more

3 years ago by Andalusia Star-News.

Our view: Many challenges face new governor

On Monday, Kay Ivey held up her hand and took the oath of office as governor of Alabama. It was a job she said she’d ... Read more

3 years ago by Andalusia Star-News.

It’s a red-letter day for community

If weather forecasters are worth their salt, it’s likely rainy and dreary, and you might be under threat of severe weather as you are reading ... Read more

3 years ago by Andalusia Star-News.

Imagination Library plants seeds for future

Every month, 861 pre-school children in Covington County receive a gift in the mail – a hardback book. But the package is so much more. ... Read more

3 years ago by Andalusia Star-News.

If legislature can’t fix prisons, taxpayers will lose

Gov. Robert Bentley has good reason to have prison construction high on his priority list for the current legislative session. First, Alabama prisons are in ... Read more

3 years ago by Michele Gerlach.

New clinic a win-win for Florala, hospital

Florala area residents got perhaps the best community news they’ve had in three years on Monday when Andalusia Health formally confirmed what had been whispered ... Read more

3 years ago by Andalusia Star-News.

Prisons must be top priority this session

Alabama’s overcrowded and underfunded prisons are a disaster in waiting, and every revelation seems to underscore the potential for that disaster. In a week in ... Read more

3 years ago by Andalusia Star-News.

Proposed gasoline tax doesn’t go far enough

If you are old enough, pause for a moment and think back to prices in 1992. Gas was $1.13 per gallon. Eggs were 93 cents ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Reports.

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