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Democrats gone fishin'

There is an old expression that goes, “the worst day of fishing beats the best day of working.” As an avid fisherman myself, I can certainly understand the feeling behind that saying. But, sometimes, fishing is the worst thing to be doing,...

 
 By Steve Flowers    Opinion    April 4, 2019

Session deals with hot tickets

After their successful special five-day Special Session, the Legislature has been in their Regular Session for a few weeks now. The Session will end in June so it is about one-fourth over. Almost one-third of the members are new, freshmen if you will...

 
 By Pete Riehm    Opinion    April 4, 2019

Deceivers not dissuaded

Finally! After two long years of high drama, Robert Mueller completed and delivered the Special Counsel’s report on Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election. Starting with his appointment, Democrats and media lectured the nation on...

 

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...

 

Difficult mail delivery to Dauphin Island

A trip to Dauphin Island almost invariably guarantees beautiful sunsets, white sandy beaches and friendly people who call the island home. My prior assessments of visits to Dauphin Island proved as tr...

 

Century Post Office has long history

I was recently given a copy of an article written by John C Bush about his aunt, former Century Postmaster Eva Vaughn, titled "Miss Eva: Fifty Years in the Century Post Office." Paragraphs in quotes a...

 

My lasting need to see Rock City, Tenn.

I don't remember when I became aware of that far off from Barnett Crossroads Alabama place was, but I knew I needed to see it. The need to "SEE ROCK CITY" way up in Tennessee somewhere stayed on my list of things to do and see. "Bucket list" hadn't e...

 

Tips to use your tax refund as debt relief

On your mark! Get set! Ready! -GO! The race is on! It’s countdown time … to TAX DAY!! However, what are you planning to do with your BIG REFUND? Here are some great suggestions from AmericaSaves that will help you get debt relief: PAY DOWN YOUR...

 

James Benjamin 'JB' Bethea

James Benjamin “JB” Bethea, 70, died Sunday, March 24, 2019 in Atmore, Ala. Mr. Bethea was a native of Knoxville, Tenn. who had resided in Atmore for most of his life. Of the Baptist faith, he was a trucker and racing fan. The funeral was held...

 

Willie Bernard Blackwell

Willie Bernard Blackwell, 82, died Tuesday, March 26, 2019 in Pensacola. Mr. Blackwell was a native of Excel, Ala. and former resident of Conecuh County, Ala. who had resided in McDavid, Fla. since 1978. A U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam Conflict,...

 

Scott Dewayne Bonds

Scott Dewayne Bonds, 54, of Range, died Sunday, March 24, 2019 at Thomas Hospital in Fairhope, Ala. after a brief illness. Mr. Bonds was a native of Brewton and lifelong resident of Conecuh County, Ala. A 1983 graduate of Repton High School, he...

 

Beauress Delafosse

Beauress Delafosse, 99, died Friday, March 29, 2019 in Saraland, Ala. Mrs. Delafosse was born in Castleberry and had been a resident of Prichard, Chickasaw and Atmore before she moved to Saraland. Of the Baptist faith, she was a homemaker. The...

 

Robert Wayne Flirt, Sr

Robert Wayne Flirt, Sr., 77, died Friday, March 29, 2019 in McCullough, Ala. Mr. Flirt was a native of Pensacola who had resided in Elberta, Ala. for the past 52 years. Working for major oil companies all over the world, he enjoyed traveling,...

 

Ethel Sumter Martin 'Mart' Henderson

Ethel Sumter Martin “Mart” Henderson, 86, died Saturday, March 23, 2019 in Sugar Land, Texas. Mrs. Henderson was born April 17, 1922 to John Morey and Ethel Augusta Martin in Brewton. She wed in 1941 and moved to Texas in 1947, where she lived...

 

Elizabeth Knight

Elizabeth Knight, 73, of Boston, Mass., formerly of Atmore, died Saturday, March 16, 2019 at Bingham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Mrs. Knight was a native of Monroe County in the Burnt Corn community who grew up in Atmore and graduated from...

 

Shirley Pace Lett

Shirley Pace Lett, 65, died Saturday, March 30, 2019. Mrs. Lett was born June 18, 1953, to Joseph and Lizzie Haynes in Pensacola. She attended schools in Pensacola but attended Escambia County Training School when her family moved to Atmore. The...

 

Brenda Murl Salter

Brenda Murl Salter, 65, died Wednesday, March 27, 2019 in Flomaton, Ala. Mrs Salter was a native of Brewton who had resided in Flomaton for most of her life. A member of the McCullough Christian Center, she was an avid fisherman. A memorial service...

 

Junita E. Salter

Junita E. Salter, 75, of Atmore, died Thursday, March 28, 2019. Mrs. Salter was a native of Atmore who attended Escambia County Training School and worked as a dietician at Atmore Nursing Care, where she retired from. She was a member of Harris...

 

John Ervin Ward

John Ervin Ward, 68, died Sunday, March 24, 2019 in Brewton, Ala. Mr. Ward was a lifelong resident of the Brewton area. A member of the East Brewton First Baptist Church, he worked for Poole Oil Co. for several years and enjoyed fishing and other...

 

James Walter White

James Walter White, 93, of Brewton, died Tuesday, March 26, 2019 in a Pensacola healthcare facility after a brief illness. Mr. White was a native and lifelong resident of Escambia County, Ala. A U.S. Army veteran who served in Japan under the...

 
 By Joe Thomas    News    April 4, 2019

Brazile at career high

East Brewton Police Chief Kenny Brazile recently completed the Certified Law Enforcement Executive Program, which is the highest achievement awarded through the University Partnership for Alabama...

 

Jay council set on progress

Jay Mayor Shon Owens, determined to keep making progress on the Jay Livestock Market, suggested ways to save money by donating his resources and council members agreed Monday night to meet at the...

 

Council OKs donations

The Jay council approved Monday night to donate monies to two different non-profit events that benefit local law enforcement and Jay area youth and the use of the town's new bleachers for a...

 
 By Ledger Staff    News    April 4, 2019

18th Annual Jay Pro Rodeo set

The 18th Annual Jay RAM Rodeo will be held at 8 p.m., on Friday, April 26th and Saturday, 27th at the Ted May Arena in Jay. Admission is just $10 for adults and $5 for children twelve and under. All proceeds benefit area youth programs such as the...

 
 By Joe Thomas    Sports    April 4, 2019

Chiefs pound Hurricanes 9-0

Northview jumped on Flomaton early and never let up as the Chiefs defeated the Hurricanes 9-0 Tuesday night in a game that saw Northview collect seven hits and commit no errors while the Hurricanes...

 

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