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Pettis now facing multiple drug charges

An Appleton man who was on probation out of Santa Rosa County and out on bond in Conecuh and Escambia counties in Alabama on drug charges is being held in the Escambia County Detention Center in...

FHS readies for homecoming

With toilet paper rolling and theme days that kicked off Monday, Flomaton High School homecoming activities continue today (Thursday) with students wearing 1920s Great Gatsby style clothes and will continue with tailgating beginning at 6 p.m. and a...

Barton to take her late husband's council seat

Cheryl Barton, the 68-year old widow of Fred Barton, will take the oath of office Monday afternoon to fill the unexpired term of her late husband on the Brewton City Council. Last Monday, the Brewton...

McLellan celebrates 101 years

Brewton resident Louie McLellan said living a good, clean life is why she's still living the good life at 101 years old. Friends and family gathered Saturday afternoon at Country Place Senior Living...

Firemen keep blaze contained

When Flomaton firemen first arrived on the scene Monday afternoon for a structure fire on Martin Luther King Drive, the abandoned house was fully involved and efforts quickly turned to preventing the...

Jay gets help with water

Jay Town Hall began receiving five or six calls over the Labor Day weekend from residents with water that looked cloudy or milky, according to Project Manager Eric Seib at Monday night's Jay Town...

RR Day set this Saturday

Want to win some cash? How about a new recliner from Barrows Furniture? Or are you just looking for a fun-filled day of arts, crafts, entertainment and good food? The place to be is in downtown...

Mayor's questions are addressed by Brooks

Monday night, Century Councilwoman Ann Brooks read a letter that addressed several questions Mayor Henry Hawkins brought up from an email he received from attorney Matt Danheiser informing the town...

Jay man facing drug charges

A Jay man is facing felony drug charge after a routine traffic stop lead to a vehicle search where methamphetamine and marijuana were discovered. Johnny Bruce Pyles, 38, 3837 Nowling Road, was...

Porch Fest 2018

Although the weather was hot, the music was hotter in Brewton Saturday as locals turned out to listen to local musicians and bands play on the front porches of residents' homes along Belleville and...

The rise and fall of Claiborne, Ala.

Antebellum river culture during the period of 1814-1855 brought about the overnight rise of many riverfront towns. Settlements quickly grew to towns along the Alabama River in rapid succession....

Small words can reveal great things

In the basement of the Pace Library at the University of West Florida is West Florida’s largest collection of historical documents. The archives hold volumes of information relating to the people who shaped local history. In the years before the...

There haven't always been flu shots

We plan to get our flu shots in the coming weeks. Old folks should do all they can to avoid that demon. This memory of having the flu sticks in my mind like no other when compared to many childhood illnesses. My family had a seemingly strudy hold...

Tips to select and serve fresh produce safely

Fruits and vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet. Local markets carry a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables that are both nutritious and delicious. However, harmful bacteria that may be in the soil or water where produce grows...

Curtis Robertson Glaize

Curtis Robertson Glaize, 24, died Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018. Mr. Glaize was born Oct. 27, 1993 to Ed and Alecia Glaize in Montgomery, where he lived until he was four years old. His family moved to Tallassee, Ala. where he attended kindergarten through...

Damon Dwight Bell

Damon Dwight Bell, 64, of Atmore, died Friday, Sept. 14, 2018. Mr. Bell was born Oct. 28, 1953, to Floyd and Annie Ruth Moye Bell in  Atmore. He was employed at Bay Wood Products as a purchasing agent and also in telecommunications for years. The...

Gleenwell 'Glen' Johnson

Gleenwell “Glen” Johnson, 78, of Flomaton, died Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018 in Flomaton. Mr. Johnson was a native of Century who had been a lifelong member of the Flomaton community. He worked as a self-employed owner and operator truck driver. The...

Georgia Mae Peacock

Georgia Mae Peacock, 86, died Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018 in Atmore. Mrs. Peacock was a native of Monroe County, Ala. and had resided in Atmore for most of her life. She was a member of Little Rock First Assembly of God Church. The funeral was held at...

Martha Jane McGhee

Martha Jean McGhee, 92, of Wing, Ala., died Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018 in Andalusia, Ala. Mrs. McGhee was a native and long-time resident of Brewton who had previously lived in Blountstown, Fla. A member of the Eastern Star and Bradley Assembly of...

Larry Dean Milliken

Larry Dean Milliken, 71, died Monday, Sept. 10, 2018. Mr. Milliken was born in Ohio and moved to Atmore as a youngster. A 1965 graduate of Escambia County High School, he was a retired instruments technician with NADEP with 24 years of service. He...

Annie Laura Wright

Annie Laura Wright, 66, died Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018. Mrs. Wright was a native of Jackson, Ala. who reloacted to Brewton, where she resided for many years. The funeral as held at 11 a.m., Monday, Sept. 17, at Woodlawn Cemetery in Jackson with Rev....

Desperate Democrats becoming dangerous

There is nothing more dangerous, unpredictable, and vicious than a cornered wild animal; and we are now learning there is nothing more desperate and dangerous than Democrats losing political power. Democrats have been extreme in their rhetoric for...

Setting our funding priorities

I know this may be hard for you to believe, but there was a major, bipartisan victory in Congress last week that failed to gain any of the attention it deserved. I want to highlight some of the progress we made last week and explain why it should...

The 1986 gubernatorial race

Since this is a gubernatorial election year, allow me to share an epic Governor’s Race with you. The 1986 Governor’s race will be remembered as one of Alabama’s most amazing political stories. In 1978 Fob James sent the Three B’s, Brewer,...

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