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By Rep. Bradley Byrne Most people in Alabama have heard of FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Administration. Its name is a little misleading because emergencies ... Read more
While allowing what hair I have left to dry Saturday, I browsed my Facebook feed and something caught my eye – a cornhold tournament at ... Read more
Unfurling the Martha White self-rising cornmeal hot rize mix, a gentleman prayed that it was enough to make some cornbread over the weekend. Thankfully, the ... Read more
By Rep. Bradley Byrne The United States is such a big and diverse country with transparent sources of information and data that we are the ... Read more
By Rep. Bradley Byrne On the Friday night after Hurricane Sally passed, while many of us down here were still digging out and cleaning up ... Read more
It was a small crowd, but there were laughs and hearty conversation. As I usually do on a Saturday night, I made my way to ... Read more
By Rep. Bradley Byrne Last week when I wrote about some good news, I mentioned the recent peace deal between Israel and the United Arab ... Read more
Do you remember sitting at your desk in school, and your teacher taking roll? A loud “Present!” would escape my lips when my name was ... Read more
By Rep. Bradley Byrne So often we only hear bad news from the national media, and the good news we do hear is either downplayed, ... Read more
There’s a lot happening in and around the Atmore area. Last week, the city of Atmore played host to a resource team with Main Street ... Read more