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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....

 

Veterans deserve more than we provide

Veteran’s Day has always held a special place for me. Now I admit, when I was younger, it was special because well, it’s my birthday. As a kid I remember how jealous my friends would be that I...

 

Hurricanes blow in 40-14 playoff win

Devonta Bradley intercepted three passes and caused two fumbles while Daquan Johnson ran for five touchdowns to lead Flomaton to a 40-14 win over Montgomery Academy Friday night in the opening round o...

 

Byrne re-elected to U.S. Congress

After Tuesday’s General Election Alabama Congressman Bradley Byrne was re-elected to serve for another 4 years as Alabama’s representative from District 1 to the U.S House of Representatives....

 

Cougars score 45-14 win; second round bound

The Escambia Academy Cougars dominated the Coosa Valley Rebels in the first round of the Alabama Independent School Association (AISA) playoffs with a 45-14 victory Friday in Canoe. The win advances...

 

Royals dominate in 44-16 win over Lighthouse

In another home victory, the Jay Royals never trailed in its 44-16 defeat of Lighthouse Christian Friday night at Merle V. North Stadium. Jay's James Eddings put the first points on the board in the...

 

EBP net marijuana arrest

A call from an East Brewton resident has resulted in a Castleberry man's arrest on drug charges. Tyrelle Ladarius Lee, 24, of 45 Colt Lane, was arrested for possession of marijuana II Wed., Oct. 24....

 

Toyz for Kidz Auction

The annual LA Bikers Toyz for Kidz Auction was held Thursday Oct. 18, at PeeWee's Construction Building in Atmore. The auction raises money each year to buy presents for local children in need during...

 

Chiefs take victory in Royal matchup

The Northview Chiefs walked away with a 30-20 victory in their homecoming game against Jay on Friday night. The Chiefs drew first blood on the gridiron with a 66-yard touchdown run from Jayden Jackson...

 

Porch Fest 2018

Although the weather was hot, the music was hotter in Brewton Saturday as locals turned out to listen to local musicians and bands play on the front porches of residents' homes along Belleville and...

 

NHS wins in 14-7 defensive slugout

It was the tale of two defenses Friday night in Bratt as Northview faced off against South Walton winning 14-7 on the gridiron. The Chiefs were on the hunting ground after losing to the Seahawks...

 

Life doesn't have a speed limit

It is mindboggling how quickly life can change. I’ve always heard the phrase “the speed of life”, but honestly never really gave it much thought. Working at the newspaper will teach one just...

 

It's time to head to the football field

Its here. It is finally that time of year again. Fall? You ask? Well in a way, but only because it signals the time of year for the best season of all: football season in the south. There is just...

 

A glimpse of the past

History came alive at Jenning's Park in Brewton Saturday morning as crowds gathered to observe firsthand the reenactment of the Battle of Burnt Corn Creek. Young and old alike watched the actors take...

 

New FES principal greets parents

"I have four kids at home, but between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., I have 420 kids." Those were the words of Flomaton native and new Flomaton Elementary School Principal George Brown said...

 

Into the wild

Nestled into the quiet county roads in Northern Baldwin County near Perdido, Ala., lies the Splinter Hill Bog Preserve, one of the most in-tact seepage bog communities remaining on the Gulf Coast area...

 

Bourdain's death will not be forgotten

Last Friday, suicide claimed the life of another victim, Anthony Bourdain. Bourdain initially made his claim to fame because of his culinary skills before eventually merging his talents of journalism...

 

Saddle Up

Spirits were high and whinnies were heard, Friday and Saturday night in Jay, Fla., where crowds geared up to cheer on competitors in the 17th annual Jay Rodeo. Cowboys and cowgirls came from all over...

 

Chicken on Church

Leadership Atmore Class of 2017, a group sponsored by the Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce, kicked off the first ever Chicken on Church event in Atmore, Thursday, April 12, on Church Street. The event...

 

Community mourns true friend

"We lost a good man today." Those were the words of Bo Bolton, former publisher of the Tri-City Ledger, said in response to the Wednesday-morning death of Dr. John Vanlandingham. Despite the efforts...

 

Boy Scouts honor local

By: Stephanie Cunningham Brewton resident, Chris Guthrie, 19, was honored by the Boy Scouts of America's Eagle Scout Court of Honor on July 8, 2017 at Brewton First Baptist Church by being recognized...

 

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