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My views on leadership – Dan Sanders
Name: Lewis Sanders, but I go by Dan. Age: 56 Title: Director of Traffic Engineering Family: Family extends to all of my close friends...
The roots of Huntsville’s deep military appreciation
This week, we celebrate Armed Forces Week in Huntsville – not just Armed Forces Day, but Monday through Friday. We...
The Arts mean big business in Huntsville-Madison County
A weekend arts festival. A Monday evening concert in the park. A Sunday theatre matinee. A new sculpture on campus. ...
Armed Forces Week gives us a chance to say thank you
During this time of year, we are afforded many opportunities to reflect on the fact that the many have benefited...
Von Braun Center Expansion – Time to Grow
We’ve all seen a multitude of changes in our community, especially in the travel and hospitality industry. There has been...
I spent my morning in a garbage truck. Here’s what I learned.
Pictured: David Sloan of the City’s Public Works Department Miss part one? Read it here. This is a two-part series exploring the...
Meet the top dog (and his partner) in Huntsville’s K-9 unit
Maybe this was destined to happen. Though it probably didn’t feel like it when Officer Paul Glaser wasn’t chosen to...
Trash Talk: Huntsville Sanitation Division talks growth and efficiency
The storm seemed to touch every corner of the city, surprising in its destruction. It only added to the challenges...
City says goodbye to preservationist Jessica White
She was driving south on Highway 53, fresh from a job interview in another state that didn’t really captivate her....
Celebrating Father’s Day with my Dad
Father’s Day is special to me because I still have my father, Tom. He’s 88 years old and it’s great...