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 By Joe Thomas    News    September 5, 2019

Neal A.P. is arrested for abuse

W.S. Neal Middle School Assistant Principal Donald Eugene Hardyman, Jr., who is set to retire effective Oct. 1, is now on administrative leave after being arrested and charged with torture and...

 
 By Joe Thomas    News    September 5, 2019

Burtram given life, no parole

A Brewton man will spend the rest of his life in prison after Circuit Judge Dave Jordan sentenced him to life in prison without the possibility of parole after a jury convicted him of sodomy I for...

 

Jay keeping its tax rate at same level

The Jay Town Council approved Tuesday night to keep the millage rate of 2.5 mills, which is a negative 9.6 percent rollback from last year. Taxing is based on Santa Rosa County's assessment of...

 
 By Joe Thomas    News    September 5, 2019

School attendance turns into money

How many teacher units the state of Alabama provides a school for next year depends on the Average Daily Membership of students for the first 20 days after Labor Day, which began Tuesday. Flomaton...

 
 By Joe Thomas    News    September 5, 2019

Brother Pugh had postive impact on all

The Rev. James Edwin Pugh Jr., better known as Brother Pugh, will be remembered as a man who spoke from his heart and spoke from the Bible without reservation and had a positive impact on the...

 

That's it: talking about my happy camping

My Mama and Daddy were old school rounded to the highest power. We answered with, "yes sir and no sir and thank you ma'am and please." No short cuts, otherwise…So this being the day the Lord gave us to be glad in it, I'm sharing a Sunday lesson on...

 

Watching the local news leads to trouble

While watching the local news one morning before going to work I heard one of the anchors use a word that I haven't heard anyone use for years, in fact about forty years. A friend that lived in Monroeville used the “made up word” one night while...

 

Monroe Booker's Mill full of interesting history

After leaving the Antioch Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, we continued our way to Booker’s Mill. Relying on GPS proved to be a fallacy in the journey in that it took us down a dirt lane called Twin Bridges Road which led nowhere but it did...

 

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...

 

Traffic stop in Jay nets meth, marijuana

A traffic stop August 31 resulted in a Jay man facing one count felony marijuana possession and other charges. Dexter Darrell Biggs, 42, 4529 Darney Road, was the passenger in a Chevrolet Tahoe driven...

 

Jay Council OKs license fees

The Jay council approved a resolution Tuesday night to set business license fees for businesses in the town. Operations Manager Eric Seib told the council that according to Attorney Steve Cozart,...

 

Lobbyist will help town of Jay

The Jay town council approved to hire a lobbyist from the Legus Group to help advocate for the town in getting funding for projects. Mayor Shon Owens said Tuesday night State Rep. Jayer Williamson...

 

Jay man faces charges

A Jay man and his passenger are facing felony drug charges following a traffic stop August 30 that resulted in the discovery of methamphetamine and other drug charges in the vehicle. Kevin Scott Rentz...

 
 By Staff Report    News    September 5, 2019

Local chosen as honoree

Sydney Adams, a junior at T.R. Miller High School was notified last week that she has been chosen as the Youth Honoree for the Arthritis Foundation’s 2019 Jingle Bell Run in Montgomery. The annual holiday-themed run, scheduled for Saturday, Dec....

 
 By Staff Report    News    September 5, 2019

Local joins Troy University band

Alexandra Moulder of Brewton, became a member of the prestigous ‘Sound of the South’ Marching Band at Troy University during the Fall 2019 semester. The ‘Sound of the South’ Marching Band is a precision collegiate ensemble that has developed...

 
 By Staff Report    News    September 5, 2019

CACC students recognized

Coastal Alabama Community College announces its summer 2019 President's List and Dean's List students. Local students who made the President’s List are: Andrew Allen Sharpless of Walnut Hill; Harli Leanna Petty and Nash David Linam of Atmore;...

 

Tips to protect data, devices, ahead of storms

When disasters strike, individuals and businesses all too often lose important computer files.  Jonathan Davis, director of information technology for the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, said equipment can be replaced, but data may be lost...

 

Blaine Michael Albrecht

Blaine Michael Albrecht, 60, of Castleberry, died Friday, August 23, 2019. Mr. Albrecht was a native of Massillion, Ohio, and former resident of Arizona before he moved to Castleberry in 1991. Of the Protestant faith, he had worked for Vanity Fair...

 

Russell 'Russ' David Bonds

Russell “Russ” David Bonds, 51, of Range, Ala., died Friday, August 31, 2019 in an Evergeen, Ala. medical facility after a brief illness. Mr. Bonds was a native of Decatur, Ala. and lifelong resident of Range who was a member of the House of...

 

Charles L. Cummings

Charles L. Cummings, 76, of Atmore, died August 27, 2019, in Century. Mr. Cummings was born Oct. 11, 1942, to J.C. and Alice Argo Cummings in Bibb County, Ala. He retired from Vanity Fair, where he worked in management. The funeral was held at 11...

 

Jeffery Termaine Finklea

Jeffery Termaine Finklea, 40, of Tunnel Springs, Ala., died Tuesday, August 27, 2019, as a result of a motorcycle accident. Mr. Finklea was a native of Monroe County, Ala. and 1999 graduate f J.F. Shields High School. A member of the Antioch Baptist...

 

John David Franklin

John David Franklin, 86, of Brewton, died Thursday, August 29, 2019. Mr. Franklin was a native and lifelong resident of Brewton who formerly lived in Navarre, Fla. A retired digestor operator with Container Corporation and U.S. Navy Veteran of the...

 

Linda Carroll Franklin

Linda Carroll Franklin, 80, formerly of Brewton, died Saturday, August 31, 2019, in a Century healthcare facility. Mrs. Franklin was a native of Jefferson County, Ky. and former resident of Louisville, Ky. Before she relocated to the Brewton area in...

 

Barbara Carter Godwin

Barbara Carter Godwin, 87, of Flomaton, died Sunday, June 30, 2019, in Monterey, Tenn. Mrs. Godwin was a native of Canoe, Ala. who grew up in Flomaton. Employed with Chemstrand Corporation in Molino, Fla., she retired and became a homemaker with...

 

Willard Naulin Hooks, II

Willard Naulin Hooks, II, 49, of Castleberry, Ala., died Monday, Sept. 2, 2019. Mr. Hooks was born in Montgomery and was a long-time resident of Castleberry, coming from Samson and Enterprise, Ala. He was of the Methodist faith. The funeral was held...

 

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