Articles from the May 12, 2022 edition


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  • T.R. Miller student loses battle

    Joe Thomas, Ledger Editor|May 12, 2022

    The faculty and students at T.R. Miller High School, along with other friends and relatives, gathered Wednesday afternoon to celebrate the life of Lavarius Bell, Jr., who died Friday, less than a week after being pulled from the Gulf of Mexico at Fort Pickens. Bell, 16, was a freshman at T.R. Miller. He and four friends were at the Fort Pickens beach Sunday, April 24, when he apparently got into trouble with the currents in the gulf. Bell and another student were taken to Pensacola hospitals by...

  • Stewart is leading the money trail

    Joe Thomas, Ledger Editor|May 12, 2022

    With the Republican Primary set for May 24, in the three contested local elections, District 3 county commission candidate Scottie Stewart leads the way with outside political contributions of $6,650 according to information provided by the Alabama Secretary of State’s office. Not including in-kind contributions from himself, Stewart reported the following contributions to his campaign: $1,000 from American Concrete Supply; $1,000 from C&C Hauling Co.; $2,000 from Cooper Pulpwood; $1,000 from S...

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  • McMurray honored with mural

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  • Unathorized repair on vehicle raises questions

    May 12, 2022

    Flomaton Mayor Dewey Bondurant, Jr., said he is going to ask the Flomaton Fire Department to pay a $5,000 bill to Brantley Automotive after the work was done on the department’s newly-acquired squad truck without a purchase order from the town. Bondurant told members of the town council that he authorized the payment of the bill to Brantley’s, but also noted that the vehicle is still not operational due to other issues. Perdido Beach Fire and Rescue donated the 1997 squad and command vehicle to the town in February. Bondurant said the pol...

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