Saturday, September 23, 2017

Known

By Wendy Hodge   There’s a long stretch of road that, if you follow it out of Opelika to its end, will bring you straight to...

EAA president offers ideas for entertaining before Performance Series

By Ann Cipperly Winding country roads in Waverly lead to the home of Lynne Hammond, president of East Alabama Arts. Bordered by dense forest and...

AHS beats OHS, snaps three-game skid

By D. Mark Mitchell Auburn High (2-0) head football coach Adam Winegarden brought his Tigers to Bulldog Stadium last Friday night with an 0-2 record...

Southern Belles

By Sean Dietrich I played music and spoke to a room of white-haired women. It was a dark-lit bar, with decent onion rings and heavy...

Food for Thought

By Hardy Jackson The South excelled in two things which the French deem essential to civilization: a code of manners and a native cuisine. John Peale...

Inside the Statehouse

Most people would assume that as the race for the open U.S. Senate began that Luther Strange, the appointed incumbent, was the favorite. However,...

Julia Thomas enjoys offering hospitality at lake home

By Ann Cipperly With sweeping views of Lake Martin from a sunroom, deck, patio and other rooms of their home, Julia and Steve Thomas are...

Opelika beats Smiths Station 51-0

By D. Mark Mitchell Opelika opened the 2017 football season with a trip to 7A rival Smiths Station Friday night. There were many firsts in...

OHS Sports Roundup

By D. Mark Mitchell OHS and SSHS last played in 2013 at Bulldog Stadium, with the Panthers winning only their second game over Opelika in...

Active club president shares recipes for busy days

By Ann Cipperly After Ginger Perkins and her husband, Jerry, moved to Opelika in 2012, she has become involved in local organizations and is the...