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Job recruiter in Century on Jan. 14 and 15

Emerson/ASCO is sending a representative to the Century and Pensacola areas on Monday, January 14 and Tuesday, January 15 to recruit for job openings. Volante Henderson is representing Emerson ASCO located in Aiken, S.C. and has multiple...

 

Mockingbird try outs in Brewton

Auditions for the 2019 production of 'To Kill a Mockingbird' play in Monroeville will be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 13 at Brewton City Hall from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Auditions will also be held in Monroeville from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday,...

 

Locals recognized by universities

Local students Ryan Daniel and Perry Metzler, both of Atmore, were recognize as Troy University students who completed the requirements for graduation with bachelor of science degrees during the Fall Semester and Term 2 of the 2018/2019 academic...

 

Board OKs personnel changes

The Escambia County (Ala.) Board of Education approved the following personnel changes at its Dec. 20 meeting. Resignation Melissa Beech, special education teacher at Escambia County High School, effective December 21, 2018; Rico Jackson, teacher/hea...

 

FHS fight song, title game help Folsom get well

Editor's note: The following story was submitted by Adrienne Gross, granddaughter of John and Shelmerdene Folsom of Flomaton. Flomaton is an easily overlooked town in South Alabama. It's the type of p...

 

Inducted into the honor society

The Flomaton Elementary School Chapter of the National Elementary Honor Society recently inducted students who show excellence in scholarship, responsibility, service and leadership. Above, from...

 

Town of Jay celebrates veterans

The Town of Jay held a Wreaths Across America sponsored memorial event on Saturday, Dec. 15 at Jay Cemetery, where more than 300 wreaths were sponsored to be laid on veteran’s graves at eleven...

 

New scholarship offered in tech

A new scholarship has been established in memory of Jerry Garrett. Garrett died in 2016 at the age of 61 and was a resident of Castleberry for many years and worked with his hands, according to his daughter, Michelle Blackburn. “Dad was known for...

 

Creek division hires­­ new CEO

Creek Indian Enterprises Development Authority (CIEDA) has announced the appointment of Cody Williamson as the new President and CEO. Before moving into the current position, Mr. Williamson served as a member of the CIEDA board of directors for three...

 

Flomaton native named 'Miss Indian Alabama'

Flomaton High School class of 2015 graduate and hometown girl Emily Fayard was recently crowned “Miss Indian Alabama” at the Alabama Capitol Building in Montgomery. The competition and scholarship program is administered through the Alabama...

 

Church donates shoes to student body

On Monday, Nov. 5, Abundant Life Assembly of God in Century, Fla., visited Byrneville Elementary School and presented every student with a new pair of name brand canvas shoes. This presentation was...

 

Nashville music signs Atmore native

Atmore native and Nashville recording artist Ricky Crook has signed with MC1 Nashville. Ricky started at an early age because of his grandparents' Sunday evening jams in south Alabama. Now, Ricky’s stage presence connects and engages his audiences...

 

New doctor at Brewton hospital

The Brewton Medical Center and D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital are pleased to announce that Melissa Kilcrease, Nurse Practitioner, has accepted the position of hospitalist. Better known as Missy, she fills the position previously held by Lisa Hoehn....

 

Multi-million dollar scratch

Century resident Jonathan Wiggins, 47, and his family traveled to Tallahassee Tuesday to cash in the top prize from the $20 Win-For-Life scratch off ticket he purchased at a Circle K store on West...

 

AL Power offers Power to Play $2,500 grants, apply through Nov. 25

The Alabama Power Foundation’s Power to Play grant program is now taking applications in its fifth year of helping Alabama high schools increase students’ extracurricular participation. The program offers athletics and arts grants. Beginning...

 

Pollard-McCall announces first nine weeks' honor roll

Pollard-McCall Jr. High announces their honor roll students for the first nine weeks. The students’ names are as follows: ALL As First Grade: Shylah Bell, Alex Bryant, Eden Clark, Audrianna Dela Cruz, Skipman Fountain, Logan Golden, Blake Hagen,...

 

R. Patterson set as Bicentennial School

Escambia County (Ala.) School Superintendent John Knott announced at its board meeting Aug. 16 that Rachel Patterson Elementary School was selected and designated an Alabama Bicentennial School based on their project proposal, “Pandas for Pets:...

 

Amateur radio meetings, FCC test set

The Rural Radio Preparedness Association will hold its monthly meeting at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 18, at the Linda Carden Community Center, located at 5259 Booker Lane in Jay. The Escambia County Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service will hold its...

 

Free civil legal advice available Oct. 24

Each October, the Alabama State Bar promotes a statewide pro bono celebration in each county. Unlike the criminal defense system, there is no constitutional guarantee of funding for low-income Alabamians who need civil legal assistance. Last year,...

 

White recognized for service to community

Escambia County Commissioner Larry White has been presented with the Tenure in Office Award by the Association of County Commissions of Alabama (ACCA) for his 24 years of service to county government...

 

Jay Elementary named Top Apple

Jay Elementary School has embraced the Apples for the Students  program through the years and has been the recipients of more than $50,000 in free equipment and supplies. Greer’s Top Apple School for 2017-18 for this year and the previous four...

 

Brewton granted $2.8 million for 300-job project

The City of Brewton received notification Wednesday that it had received preliminary approval from the U.S. Economic Development Administration for a $2.8 million grant that will be used to secure the Provalus project, a project that will eventually...

 

Brewton park gets grant from R C & D

Brewton Area YMCA, State Representative Alan Baker, State Senator Greg Albritton and the Gulf Coast Resource Conservation and Development (RCD) Council recently announced a $15,000 grant from Gulf Coast RC and D to construct permanent structrues...

 

Brewton selects Employee of the Month

Brewton’s Employee of the Quarter is Officer Lane Herrington. Herrington said he had decided to pursue forestry as a career at one point, but things took a turn toward service, and nearly five years into his career with Brewton Police Department,...

 

Pilgrimage gives glimpse into past

The Old Claiborne Pilgrimage scheduled for Oct. 13-14, 2018, promises a rare glimpse into the settlement of the forgotten Alabama River town of Claiborne and of Monroe County, which was founded four years before the State of Alabama. “Claiborne's...

 

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