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Sodomy charges filed against an Atmore preacher

A pastor of churches in Atmore and Monroeville was arrested last week after a Monroe County grand jury indicted him on one count of sodomy I and two counts of sodomy II Monroe County Sheriff's...

 

Auto crashes claim three last week

Three Monroe County residents lost their lives due to traffic accidents. Marsha Ann Thompson, 50, of Frisco City and Tony Maxwell Nelson, 56, of Excel were killed in a three- vehicle accident that occurred on Hwy. 21 near Swift Supply at 5:50 p.m....

 

Excel 'squirrelly' over license to kill

Social media recently erupted over Town of Excel employees shooting squirrels. A post was made by a resident of Excel alleging that a town employee was aiming a gun onto his property while a child was present. The uproar was fast and furious....

 
 By Michael Tonder    News    June 13, 2019

Deputy killed in crash

Monroe County Sheriff’s deputy Julius Dailey, 28, was killed in the line of duty early Monday morning when he lost control of his vehicle while responding to a burglary call. According to Monroe County Sheriff Tom Boatwright, at 11:58 p.m. Monday,...

 
 By Michael Tonder    News    June 6, 2019

Monroeville man drowns

Franklin James Banks, II, 20, of Monroeville drowned at Desoto State Park near Fort Payne in northeast Alabama Friday afternoon. Banks graduated from from Monroe County High School in 2016 where he was a decorated athlete and student. He was pursuing...

 

EB night hunters arrested

Two East Brewton residents were among five people arrested in Monroe County for hunting deer and night and additional game infractions. On Sunday at 3:29 a.m., game wardens arrested Timothy Dueitt, 56, of Citronelle on charges of hunting deer at nigh...

 

Radio host keeps them guessing on air

At 6:00 a.m. every weekday, local radio station 101.1 comes alive. You hear the voice of Luther Upton and wonder what the next few hours have in store. It might be serious, light hearted, somber,...

 

Mother gets 35 years for child's death

Monroe County Circuit Court Judge Jack Weaver sentenced Jennifer Naomi Bowden to 35 years in prison last Thursday for the death of her child in 2016. Bowden previously pled guilty to one count of reck...

 

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