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By Mallie Wardrup Fall is just around the corner, and with it comes the coziness of a changing season. The mornings turn crisp, the evenings come earlier, and the leaves shift their shade before falling to the ground — taking a much-needed hiatus from their ...
Situated squarely on Auburn’s most iconic street sits The Whatley Building. This brand-new addition to town is the brainchild of Auburn University alumnus, Steve Fleming, who brought this bold vision to life. Far from your average condo or crowded collegiate apartment dwelling, The Whatley ...
By Ann Cipperly With unrest and uncertainty within America, a movement born in Lee County proposes joining forces to celebrate what is right with our country, to work for a better future, and to treat every person with civility and respect. Leaders from every state ...
By Ann Cipperly While East Alabama is fortunate to have year-round markets, weekly farmer markets during summer months provide more opportunities to feed your family fresh, nutritious produce, artisan breads and desserts, as well as other ...
By Ann Cipperly Terry and Melisa both enjoyed the outdoors growing up. Terry rode his bike on mountain trails in Monte Sano near Huntsville. In grammar school, he began trapping and making maps on bike trails. ...
By Ann Cipperly Growing up on a horse farm, Jessica Hodnett learned to ride at an early age and knew she wanted a career working with horses. She became a horse whisperer, traveling across the country to heal troubled horses. Jessica was living an active ...
By Jess M. Burkhart It is safe to say that Rex Ponder’s roots run deep in the area of horticulture. Born and raised in the nursery business, he boasts decades of experience in the field as well as a degree in Ornamental Horticulture from Auburn ...
By Ann Cipperly On a sunny afternoon, a mother gathers e last of her family’s lunch from the rea as the children race to the Nature Playground to climb into the tree house with a Little Free Library inside. A morning of hiking, observing turtles ...
With 23 years of working for the City of Auburn in the rearview mirror, Megan McGowen Crouch realizes now that her interview began on day one. Long before becoming a driving force in Auburn’s economic development efforts. Long before becoming the organization’s first executive ...
When Dr. Frederick Kam was 9 years old living in Trinidad, West Indies, his mother became seriously ill after a hysterectomy, developing complications with concerns she was going to die. Although he was not allowed in the hospital, Kam’s father sneaked him in to ...

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