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Why is there pain, suffering in the world?

By Robert Wilkerson If you could ask God one question and you knew He would give you an answer, what would you ask? Pollster George Barna surveyed a cross section of adults, asking that question. The No. 1 response was “I’d ask God why is there pain and suffering in the world?” Before we can hear an answer to that question, we need to understand what God’s word teaches about pain and suffering. In spite of ...

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Spring break essentials for vacation, stay-cation

By Abby Hathorn For The Tribune Who is ready for spring break? Now, who is beach-ready and prepared for spring break? Don’t fret if you’re staring at last year’s worn out swimsuits, beach towels and totes because this is the perfect time to shop local for your spring break essentials. First things first -- find a cute tote in which to toss your cell phone, ear buds, favorite magazines and other vacation nec ...

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How to become a better buyer

By Dave Parrish With the return of daylight saving time and milder weather there has been a marked increase in real estate activity. When you throw that activity up against the low inventory of homes on the market you start to see what this past weekend looked like for many. Clients finally find a home they love and are ready to make an offer only to find out that the home just went under contract or that t ...

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Do I need succession planning for my business?

By Chesley Payne Small business owners often spend a lifetime building a successful business. However, they often overlook planning for what will happen after they are no longer able to operate their business. Small business owners often want to leave their business to their children or a trusted employee who wants to continue the business. Selling the business is always an option, yet, sometimes events wil ...

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Speaking engagement takes turn for the better at Pinson Valley HS

By Gary Lloyd PINSON -- I came to talk about the inverted pyramid writing style and the importance of accuracy, but Alabama football is just too fascinating. I was asked to speak to Jennifer Moore’s 1:30 p.m. Pinson Valley High School creative writing class Wednesday, about how working on the yearbook staff in high school convinced me to pursue this as my career, job challenges, the story writing process an ...

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Legislative session passes halfway point

By Slade Blackwell MONTGOMERY -- The 2014 legislative session is now at the halfway point. Since it is an election year, this session has been somewhat less controversial than others. However, I am encouraged by what my Senate colleagues and I have been able to accomplish thus far. We have worked hard this session to pass legislation that will continue to help businesses in the state as well as develop our ...

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Which multivitamin should I be taking?

By Channing King We all know we need to take multivitamins, but how do we decide which ones are right for us? With many choices out there, selecting the correct product can seem daunting for some, while others may assume all multivitamins are the same. This time, I’m going to share with you what I have learned from research and results I've seen and experienced. The first thing you want to look at when choo ...

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Don’t have vision plan? You don’t need one

By Zack Steele I hear from people all the time that say they can’t afford to go to the eye doctor because they do not have ‘vision’ insurance. I also hear just as often that a patient can’t see the doctor he or she wants to see because that doctor does not take a specific vision plan. These are misconceptions that I would like to try and clear up. Just because you might not have vision insurance doesn’t mea ...

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It’s time to build some schools

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE -- On Feb. 25, Trussville gets a second bite at the apple. A second chance to right a wrong. We have an opportunity to strengthen one of our greatest assets as a community, our school system. Voters rejected an opportunity to properly fund schools by voting down a property tax proposal in March 2010. Almost four years later, the opportunity is before us again. The mere thought of ...

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Letter to the Editor: Reader supports property tax for schools

Dear Editor, This debate is about timing, not necessity. We need new schools. We will pay for them sooner or later. A walk around Paine Primary will prove it. Our school in downtown is falling into disrepair. A walk around it will prove it. We cannot send our city’s children to portable classrooms as we watch a school, a city icon, fall to the ground. We can do better. There are thousands of things we buy e ...

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