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Into the wild

Nestled into the quiet county roads in Northern Baldwin County near Perdido, Ala., lies the Splinter Hill Bog Preserve, one of the most in-tact seepage bog communities remaining on the Gulf Coast area...

 

Bourdain's death will not be forgotten

Last Friday, suicide claimed the life of another victim, Anthony Bourdain. Bourdain initially made his claim to fame because of his culinary skills before eventually merging his talents of journalism...

 

Saddle Up

Spirits were high and whinnies were heard, Friday and Saturday night in Jay, Fla., where crowds geared up to cheer on competitors in the 17th annual Jay Rodeo. Cowboys and cowgirls came from all over...

 

Chicken on Church

Leadership Atmore Class of 2017, a group sponsored by the Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce, kicked off the first ever Chicken on Church event in Atmore, Thursday, April 12, on Church Street. The event...

 

Community mourns true friend

"We lost a good man today." Those were the words of Bo Bolton, former publisher of the Tri-City Ledger, said in response to the Wednesday-morning death of Dr. John Vanlandingham. Despite the efforts...

 

Boy Scouts honor local

By: Stephanie Cunningham Brewton resident, Chris Guthrie, 19, was honored by the Boy Scouts of America's Eagle Scout Court of Honor on July 8, 2017 at Brewton First Baptist Church by being recognized...

 

'Tragic' ending leads to win

"Tragic" was slowly and deliberately spelled out in the otherwise quiet library of Flomaton High School Tuesday morning as Jade Sowards spoke the letters to earn her way to the state championship...

 

Ledger is now posted online

The Tri-City Ledger is now offering its subscribers a new way to stay in touch with the local news they have came to trust with the launching of its companion website, www.tricityledger.com. The websi...

 

Let it Snow! Let it Snow!

With snow on the ground, carols in the air, and joy in hearts, crowds showed up to view the 2017 Christmas parade in Jay, Fla., Sat., Dec. 9. Despite the colder than typical temperature, parade goers...

 

Snow-covered memories don't melt

One of my favorite things about working at a newspaper is that occasionally I am struck by inspiration and get to pour my thoughts and opinions into a words that get printed. Well, this past weekend...

 

Cougars tame Eagles in 35-0 shutout

It was Escambia Academy's first shutout of the season Friday, Sept. 15., as the Cougars continued their winning streak defeating the Jackson Academy Eagles 35-0. EA's record now rolls to 6-0. With a n... Full story

 

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