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Bratt students battle with books

The third, fourth and fifth grades from Bratt Elementary School participated in the Escambia County (Fla.) School District’s 2019 ‘Battle of the Books’ (BOB) competition after months of reading and quizzing each other on the details from a...

 

Memorial muck set for Jay this Friday

Between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., Friday, May 17, on Commerce Street in Jay, area residents can see runners made up of law enforcement officers as they continue the 150 mile End of Watch Memorial Ruck in honor of the officers who lost their lives in 2018....

 

Apr. food scores released

Escambia County (Ala.) has released its food scores for April 2019. The scores are as follows: Atmore Arby’s - 94 Baker’s Svc. Sta. - 94 Buster’s Restaurant - 96 Chen’s Chinese Buff - 87 Church’s Chicken - 90 Circle K 272-1565 - 94 Diamond...

 

Concealed carry permits renewable locally

Scott Lunsford, Escambia County (Fla.)Tax Collector, reminds citizens that they can submit an original application or renew their concealed weapon license at both the Warrington and Molino offices. “Our office is a one-stop shop for concealed...

 

Money will help locate, arrest criminals

Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded a $105,000 grant to improve the capability of the state’s law enforcement agencies to locate and arrest criminals and make communities safer. The grant will enable the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s Fusion Center to...

 

Albritton's lottery bill passes

After passing what has been referred to as a "clean lottery bill" through the Senate last week, bill sponsor Sen. Greg Albritton said when his bill reaches the floor of the Alabama House this week it...

 

Mobile license unit to visit Century

Residents of the Century area can skip the trip to Pensacola to take care of any driver’s license issues from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., on Tuesday, May 7, at the Billy G. Ward Century Courthouse located at 7500 N. Century Boulevard thanks to a partnership...

 

Food scores for March released

Escambia County (Ala.) released the food scores for March 2019. The scores are as follows: Atmore Acapulco Mexican - 90 AL Wing House - 94 All of God’s Children - 100 The Coffee House - 98 Diamond #4 - 95 Gather - 98 Hardee’s - 92 Popeye’s -...

 

FLOW to come to Century

Escambia County (Fla.) Tax Collector Scott Lunsford, has partnered with the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to bring the Florida Licensing On Wheels (FLOW) mobile office to Century from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., on Tuesday, May 7, at...

 

County Road 168 will get new bridge, expect detour

In April, the Florida Department of Transportation will replace the structurally deficient bridge on County Road 168 over Unnamed Branch, northwest of Century. The new bridge will consist of two 12-foot travel lanes with 6-foot shoulders and a...

 

PCI and Explorium partner for new screen theater in Mobile

The Exploreum Science Center announces a groundbreaking new partnership with the Poarch Band of Creek Indians in the digital upgrade of its Dome Theater. Working with D3D, a nationally recognized company based in Evanston, Illinois, the Exploreum...

 

Program to draw girls to cybersecurity

A Girls-only cybersecurity program entitled ‘Girls Go CyberStart,’ which has officially launched today, is the result of a partnership between Alabama’s Gov. Kay Ivey and 26 other state governors and SANS Institute. It is designed to encourage...

 

Partnership allows larger coverage area

South Alabama SKYWARN organization has formally teamed with the Rural Radio Preparedness Association to enhance coverage and share resources across the Mobile National Weather Service Office Area of Responsibility (AOR), which includes 5 counties in...

 

Six Northview students recognized for arts

Six students from Northview High School will join others from the Escambia County (Fla.) School System to be recognized at the Escambia County Public Schools Foundation’s 2019 Mira Awards on Thursday, April 11 at 6 p.m. at Booker T. Washington...

 

Art contest open to HS students

The First Congressional District Art Competition is open to all high school students who reside in the First Congressional District. All entries must be an original concept, 2-dimensional, no larger than 26 inches high, 26 inches wide, and 4 inches...

 

Pollard-McCall sets honor roll

Pollard-McCall Junior High School announces the honor roll students for the third nine weeks. The students names are as follows: All As First grade: Alex Bryant, Eden Clark, Audriana De La Cruz, Skipman Fountain, Logan Golden, Blake Hagen, Annelise...

 

Locals place at Jr. Beef Expo

Escambia County (Ala.) students Colbie English, Aron Chavira and Kenslee Chavira won at the Junior Beef Expo, help Thursday, March 14, at the Teague Arena in Montgomery. Class 10 Intermediate Division Showmanship wnners were, above, from left,...

 

Spring break programs offered

Escambia County's Play, Learn, Grow after school program will host a special spring break program Monday, March 18 through Friday, March 22 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Brownsville Community Resource Center, 3200 W. De Soto St. The program is...

 

Food scores for Feb. released

Escambia County (Ala.) released its food scores for Feb. 2019. The scores are as follows: Atmore Ala Wing House - 84 Atmore Comm Hosp - 96 Atmore Dragway - 97 Circle K - 91 Creek Travel Plaza - 95 Diamond Gasoline - 93 Discount Beer/Tob - 90...

 

Local students recognized at schools

Coastal Alabama Community College has released its Fall 2018 Presidential and Dean’s List. The following local students made the President’s List: from Atmore: Ann L. Boatwright, Katelyn Alexis Daughtry, Henry Earl Freemon, Jr., Lauren Beth...

 

Northview High School Blue Jacket Jamboree set March 30

The 2019 Northview High School FFA Blue Jacket Jamboree will be held Saturday, March 30 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Escambia County 4-H Facility off South Highway 99 in Molino. The students received a $2,500 contribution from Escambia County...

 

Brantley earns certification

Flomaton native Michael G. Brantley, son of Bo and Dot Brantley, has completed all requirements for a Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) certification. Headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, this highly respected certification is...

 

Brewton native makes Dean's List

McHenry Coleman Sr. of Brewton has been named to the Dean's List of Mississippi College for Fall 2018. The Mississippi College Office of Academic Affairs releases the dean's list after the close of fall and spring semesters each academic year. To be...

 

Jay businesses go smoke-free

Many Jay area businesses and other organizations in Santa Rosa County are now tobacco free, a growing trend throughout the state and country. To date, 24 local businesses in Santa Rosa County have implemented tobacco free policies, including...

 

Board OKs personnel changes

The Escambia County (Ala.) Board of Education approved the following personnel changes at its Thursday, Feb. 21 meeting. Resignations Yolonda Walters, science teacher at Escambia County Alternative School, effective February 15, 2019; Holly Pettis,...

 

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