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 By Gretchen McPherson    News    March 14, 2019 

Earthquakes rattle the area

The U.S. Geological Survey National Earthquake Information Center in Golden, Colo. has confirmed that three earthquakes happened in the Century, Jay and Flomaton areas over a span of six days,...

 
 By Gretchen McPherson    News    March 14, 2019 

Moo-ving for the 4-H Calf Show

The 2019 Escambia County (Ala.) Steer and Heifer Show last Thursday, March 7, at Perdido River Farms in Atmore showcased the calf-wrangling and showmanship skills of local youth ages 9 to 19 and...

 
 By Gretchen McPherson    News    March 14, 2019 

Traffic stop in Century nets drug

A Century man pulled over for speeding on Feb. 14 now faces a felony drug charge when law enforcement discovered methamphetamine in a search of the vehicle. Joseph Edward Campbell, 32, 930 Campbell...

 
 By Gretchen McPherson    News    March 14, 2019 

Jay man facing drug charges

A Jay man was arrested Feb. 14 and one faces two felony counts of drug possession following a narcotics investigation by the Santa Rosa County Narcotics Unit and the U.S. Marshals Task Force. Sam...

 

Grand jury slams Century

An Escambia County (Fla.) grand jury looking into affairs in the town of Century, ruled criminal charges are not warranted but noted the town is in a state of financial emergency and among other recom...

 

PSC is opening its food pantry

Pensacola State College in Century has started a student food pantry to serve students from any PSC campus to address food insecurities and shortfalls among its students. "We were awarded a grant from...

 

Jay council OKs $5K donation to Santa Rosa Chamber

Jay council approved a donation a totaling $5,000 to be given over four years in monthly payments to the Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce Monday night to go toward the new facility being built near...

 

Council hears update on Jay projects Monday

The Jay Council heard updates on ongoing projects the town has in place to upgrade infrastructure and increase economic development at the Jay council Monday night, although no decisions were made....

 

Jay eyes lowest bid for cuts

The town of Jay approved Jennifer Flowers Lawn Service as the lower of two bids for lawn service in the town at Monday night's council meeting. Two proposals were submitted for landscaping...

 

Jay man accused of molesting 4-year-old

A Jay man was arrested Feb. 21 and charged with felony molestation of a child less that 12 years old following an investigation by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office. Henry Lee Thompson, 69, 5275...

 

Board OKs surveillance bid

The Escambia County (Ala.) Board of Education approved a bid of more than $700,000 for a video surveillance system at its Thursday, Feb. 21 meeting. In a motion made by Mike Edwards and seconded by Mi...

 

Pancake supper set Monday

Take a break from the usual dinner and come have pancakes at the Flomaton Lions Club semi-annual Pancake Supper at 5:30 p.m., Monday, March 4, at the Flomaton Community Center, located at 600 McCurdy...

 

Paws Crossed hit at Pollard-McCall

Students from kindergarten to eighth grade filled the gym at Pollard-McCall Junior High School Tuesday morning for Paws Crossed Dog Rescue, a pet care program started by former teacher Renee Johnson....

 

Atmore man faces felony gun charge

An Atmore man who is a convicted felon since 2008 now faces a felony weapon possession charge last Monday when a traffic stop and subsequent search of the vehicle revealed a gun on the front seat....

 

Century's Arbor Day Celebration and Tornado Remembrance Event Friday, Feb. 15

Century area residents gathered last Friday, Feb. 15, to join the Arbor Day Celebration and Tornado Remembrance event at the Ag Building located at 6001A Highway 4 in Century. Sponsored by the...

 

Clerk hired on split 3-2 vote

The town of Century welcomes new billing clerk Toni Simmons following an interview and a 3-2 split vote approval at Monday night's council meeting. An interview of candidate Simmons by the council was...

 

Gaetz to visit Jay, Century

U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz will be in Century and Jay today (Thurs.) hosting an open day event, visiting various venues in each town starting at 11 a.m. The first stop for Gaetz will be at Jay High School...

 

Century council OKs lowest bid

The Century council approved several requests submitted by town grant writer and administrator Robin Phillips Monday night on amendments or change orders on houses currently being built in the town us...

 

Jay students see politics up close and personal

Officers in the Student Government Association at Jay High School got to see first hand how Jay town council conducts a meeting, discusses and makes decisions to approve, disapprove or table items on...

 

FHS Outreach Program part of Ivey's workforce development

Last year, Gov. Kay Ivey initiated her workforce development, job creation and education under her Strong Start, Strong Finish plan. Ivey has a 20/20 plan through the Department of Education to...

 

Century standoff over billing clerk

Century Mayor Henry Hawkins made a recommendation that the council approve moving town employee Toni Simmons up to billing clerk and increase her pay from $9.80 to $12 and then select an applicant...

 

Jay eyes projects for economic development grant

Feedback from the first of three meetings on Friday, Jan. 28 in the town Jay resulted in several ideas on how to spend $17,500 awarded to the town for economic development by the Florida Competitive P...

 

Art program at FES a success

At the Escambia County (Ala.) Board of Education meeting Jan. 24, Flomaton Elementary School Principal George Brown presented an overview of the art program at the school this year to the school...

 

Mobile food trucks in Century?

Discussion about the possibility of having mobile food trucks come to Century in the future resulted in the scheduling of a workshop to the discuss details, laws and regulations will be on Monday, Mar...

 

First Annual Century Cross Country Classic

THE BRUTAL COLD AND FOG COULD NOT DETER RUNNERS WHO GATHERED EARLY LAST SATURDAY MORNING AT THE FIRST ANNUAL CENTURY CROSS COUNTRY CLASSIC 5K RUN/WALK TO BENEFIT THE CENTURY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE...

 

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