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A moment of pause for Christmas

Memories...What is it that spans them? I mean think about it...over the years, as you age, certain little moments get lodged in your head and your brain takes those moments and records them. They...

 

The legacy of Memaw dressing

I was not raised in the south. The southern heritage was imposed on me when I moved down here. I have to admit, I have thrived under the southern tutelage, and no greater lesson was learned but that o...

 

Maybe we should stick to football

With the holidays approaching, some will find themselves on edge about what to discuss as they gather around the Thanksgiving dinner table surrounded by friends and family. Let’s face it, there are...

 

Remember to thank a veteran

Veteran’s Day is Monday, Nov. 11, 2019. All across the country VA’s, community centers, towns and cities will be participating in various programs and services to honor our nation’s veterans....

 

Traditions mean different things

Traditions mean many different things to many different families. They can be important to some members of the family and mean about nothing to other members of the same family. Sometimes they can eve...

 

Can't take the 'Southern' out of the girl

Ohio. In the grand scheme of things, it’s really not that far away, but I’ll tell ya, boy, is it far. Those people up there don’t wear crimson and white to support their good, God-fearing...

 

Book inspires new fundraiser

Shel Silverstein's book, “The Giving Tree” has inspired a new fundraiser sponsored by the Flomaton Elementary Parent Teacher Organization. The fundraiser, appropriately called 'The Giving Tree'...

 

Jay rolls to 40-16 victory

Friday night lights shown bright on Jay when the Royals took home the victory against the Cottondale 40-16 Friday night in Jay. Jay will be back in action this Friday night when the travel across the...

 

Arguing is just a waste of breath

Arguing. Why do we spend so much time doing it? I've thought about it recently when I've watched the national news. I thought about it again when my daughter got into an argument online with a...

 

Starting school at FES

Flomaton Elementary School kicked off the 2019-2020 school year on Thurs., Aug. 8. Preschool students and kindergartners were welcomed with a special 'Tears & Cheers' breakfast. For more, see our...

 

Tears and Cheers

Flomaton Elementary school welcomed a new batch of students for the 2019-20 school year Thursday, August 8 as they kicked off the school year. Among the first day events, preschool students,...

 

Staying cool & learning safety

On the last day of jumpstart, Thursday, June 27, a program intended to prepare incoming Flomaton Elementary School kindergartners to attend school, the children were treated to a special surprise....

 

Reading at First Baptist Day Care

Jean Dean, a representative of the Reading Is Fundamental Project, read to the preschoolers at Flomaton First Baptist Day Care, Wed., May 22. Dean also is a partner with the Kiwanis Program and...

 

Write what you think you know?

Write what you know. A long time ago my Mama told me to do that. Fast forward a few years, and my husband told me the same thing. Write what you know. Its simple words, but how do you write when you...

 

The Backyardigans

Preschoolers at Flomaton's First Baptist Day Care got to explore right in their back yard, Thursday, April, 11, on a field trip to Turtle Point Science Center which is also located within Flomaton's...

 

Fish on Fire

The fish were biting Saturday, March 30, at Brewton's E.O Wilson Park, as the City of Brewton and the Brewton Fire Department hosted the annual event Fish on Fire. Crowds of kids with parents and...

 

Cars & Crawfish

The sun shone on Jay, Fla., Saturday and Sunday for Opie's first annual Car Show and Crawfish Festival. The event drew crowds from all over the south to view classic and exotic cars and trucks that...

 

Family seeks info on fire

Local residents of the Pollard-McCall area are seeking information in the wake of a fire that claimed their barn and the contents stored inside. The barn and the equipment were considered a total...

 

Rick's Exotic Animals

The students of Flomaton Elementary School experienced a touch of the wild on Wednesday, Feb. 20, when Rick Rackstraw with Rick's Exotic Animals stopped to see them at the Flomaton High School old...

 

FES names first ever 'Teacher of the Year'

For the first time in the school’s history, Flomaton Elementary School has named a Teacher of the Year. The honor of receiving the award went to Heather Caraway on Feb. 6 in a presentation at the...

 

Learn from past to make better future

It’s the beginning of a new year. Lately, all over social media, different memes and posts have been shared hundreds of times pointing out that the beginning of a new year is a lot like having a...

 

'Twas the Night before Christmas

Twas the week before Christmas and all through the room, all the children from FES brightened the gloom. Preschoolers through third grade presented their songs, while parents in attendance sometimes...

 

Politicians can learn from football

Charles Dickens’ ‘A Tale of Two Cities” is sadly forgotten in the modern American political system. Instead we now face ‘A tale of two parties’. In Dickens’ book, the horror of living duri...

 

Fall fun at FES

The sun shown down for the first annual Fall Festival for Flomaton Elementary School, on Sat., Nov. 17. The event was held at the Flomaton High School football field and featured booths from each...

 

The Ladies Take the Stage

The lights were lowered, the music began and the curtains were drawn to reveal that the contestants were ready to entertain the crowds during the 2018 Miss FHS pageant held this past Thursday, Nov....

 

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