By Gary Lloyd I don’t have the answers. I’m not a doctor. I’m not an epidemiologist. I’m also not a pontificator. Does anyone right now know, unequivocally, that we should start the high school fall sports season on time? Should we delay it a week? A month? Cancel it altogether? I don’t know that. And … Continue reading To Play Or Not To Play?
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By Christian G. Crawford Hope is a pursuit. Unending. Hope commands breath. Inhale. Exhale. Our pursuit has ended abruptly—however. Our ears have stopped listening. Chaos is no longer imminent. It is now. Present. Real. Buildings burning. Monuments tumbling. People dying. Children crying. Despair has taken the place of hope. Leading to mass funerals. Physical. Virtual. … Continue reading Hope Amid Chaos
Rick Bragg called it “pretty writing.” The Pulitzer Prize winner and University of Alabama writing professor, the one who made his name in the writing world at the foot of the rubble in Oklahoma City, the same man who armed himself only with a pen and notepad amongst the unrest and bullets in Haiti and … Continue reading Pretty Words, Pretty Birds
Words of slain Moody sergeant will live on By Gary Lloyd MOODY — The city I called home for almost five years was dressed up as if it were homecoming week. Blue ribbons and bows danced from their respective mailboxes and front porches, and every now and then a loud truck sped by on Highway … Continue reading Help One Person At A Time
By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Do you ever look beyond the current landscape, the ongoing projects expected to be finished in the next couple years? Do you ever look, say, twenty years down the road? Well, Trussville has. The Trussville City Council on Tuesday approved the final draft of its Trussville 2040 plan, more than … Continue reading Trussville looks to the future
Former student-athletes weigh in on Hewitt, Clay rivalry I saw a post on Twitter last week that said, “Give me a horror story from your specialty in five words or less.” I replied, “No more Hewitt vs. Clay.” For the longest time, covering Trussville and Clay and their athletics teams was my specialty. I went … Continue reading Paws and Claws or Pause and Clause?
THIS STORY APPEARS IN GARY LLOYD’S BOOK, RAY OF HOPE: ONE MAN’S DREAM, HUNDREDS SERVED. GET IT HERE. ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE RAY OF HOPE WHEELCHAIR RAMP MINISTRY IN PACE, FLORIDA. Chapter 19: By the grace of God It was like talking on the phone with your grandmother. She was sweet, caring and you knew she’d bake you an … Continue reading Ray of Hope excerpt: By the grace of God
By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Hewitt-Trussville coach David Dobbs is retiring as head varsity track and field coach after 30 years with the program. Dobbs will remain with the program as an assistant coach and will continue to lead the cross country program. Dobbs began his career in 1990, teaching physical education at Hewitt-Trussville Middle School. … Continue reading Dobbs retires as Hewitt-Trussville track and field coach