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The Sunshine Report

Follow these General Rules For Staying Focused: Concentration is a key factor in bringing a rational base to any important situations. The following are some general ground rules for you to think about if you need to work on improving your ability...

 

The men of Armistead's Regiment

In times of old, great armies made up of men and animals moved across our piney woods and fields in search of battle and plunder. Whereas such opening sentences serve to stir the imagination and...

 

Remembering another cold snap

With the recent cold weather making the news, it made me think of another cold spell that happen just over thirty five years ago. The cold spell that just passed was more of a event for the northern part of the country since we didn't really see any...

 

The strength of an amazing woman who smiled

Something snags in my memory seine to lodge and stay around until I deal with it. I rummaged around for the past few days to remember a happy time spent with childhood friends. Then a bittersweet memory floated up. The McDills ( name changed to...

 

Tips to observe February as your Heart Health Month

February is often considered the month of love, with couples and family members sending heart emojis, heart-themed cards and heart-shaped chocolates. But what's a better gift to your loved ones than taking care of your heart? February is American...

 

The Sunshine Report

Our character and reputation will make us… or break us -- in life. Character is what we are -- our private substance. Reputation is what others think we are – our public image. A reputation is a message about us that grows and travels by word of...

 

Trees were taller and creeks deeper

Around one hundred years ago the landscape of Escambia County and the surrounding area was vastly different than it appears today. It was the dawning of the automobile age yet the roads were still...

 

McDavid School yearbook donated

The picture accompanying today's column is from the 1955 McDavid School annual which was recently donated to ASHS by Ronnie Yaden and his sister Linda Yaden Steadham. Linda does not appear in the annu...

 

Remembering the birthday of January 31, 1941

"Happy Birthday Earline, hope it's your best one ever". Well howdy do, it gets better every year. Now it's public and thank you very much. Let me tell you all a bit about myself in case you haven't yet figured me out. I was born in the wee hours of...

 

Everyone can get warm with a cup of hot cocoa

Who doesn’t enjoy drinking a warm cup of hot cocoa on a chilly day or night? Marie Heaton, a diabetic, likes to enjoy it as a late night snack before going to bed. When Marie, could no longer find her favorite instant cocoa mix in the grocery...

 

The Sunshine Report

When things are not going our way, isn’t there a tendency to “pass the buck?” I mean it is relative easy to blame someone or something else, when we come up short, isn’t it? You know where the first recorded incident of “passing the buck...

 

First Annual Century Cross Country Classic

THE BRUTAL COLD AND FOG COULD NOT DETER RUNNERS WHO GATHERED EARLY LAST SATURDAY MORNING AT THE FIRST ANNUAL CENTURY CROSS COUNTRY CLASSIC 5K RUN/WALK TO BENEFIT THE CENTURY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE...

 

The history of Pensacola's downtown

Are you curious about our history? Did you know that curiosity of our past has made historical tourism a rapidly growing part of Florida’s economy? Let’s take a trip to a town that really knows this. Pensacola in the last few years has had amazin...

 

Always, always honor thy father and mother

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...

 

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration Monday, Jan. 21, 2019 Century, Fla.

Last Monday, Century area residents gathered following the parade motorcade’s return to the Century Community Center on Highway 4 to pay homage to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., whose birthday is...

 

Tips to ensure food safety this big game day

Super Bowl Sunday is the second biggest day of the year for food consumption. Super Bowl parties feature food, fun, and more food – lots of finger foods, dips, beverages casseroles, and other snacks. Food-borne illnesses, better known as food poiso...

 

THE SUNSHINE REPORT

Let me recant the parable of Sadhu Sing, a Hindu convert to Christianity, who became a missionary to India. Late one afternoon, Sadhu and a monk were traveling on foot through the Himalayas. It was bitter cold, and night was approaching. The monk...

 

Conclusion on South Flomaton

In continuing last week's story it becomes apparent that the town of South Flomaton had a colorful history stretching over four decades. Some have said the bars and nightclubs, which once numbered as...

 

Alger-Sullivan Society kicks off 2019 meetings

When you read this the Alger Sullivan Historical Society will have already had our first meeting of 2019. Our meetings are the third Tuesday of every month in the Leach House Museum, 610 4th street...

 

January cold clears way for memories

It creeped in before we were aware. The holidays are behind, the decorations are put away, the fruit cake all dried and hardened to a lump of ugly has been thrown out for the critters to pick through, then the COLD days turn colder. School is back...

 

Here are some tips to reap the benefits of oatmeal

January is National Oatmeal Month. Oatmeal is a whole grain that can be a delicious, warm way to add whole grains to your eating patterns during the cold winter months. Oats are full of important nutrients like vitamins B and E, calcium, magnesium,...

 

MLK Day Activities

Atmore MLK Parade, March and Memorial Celebration Sponsored by The Concerned Citizens of Atmore “Unity in the Community”. With the local theme, “Unity Keeps the Dream Alive” and the national theme, “Remember! Celebrate! Act! A Day on…Not...

 

Tips to raise healthy eaters in the new year

Ring in a healthy new year by teaching kids the importance of food, nutrition and eating skills: food to fuel busy, successful lives; nutrition to nourish strong bodies and smart brains; and eating skills to enjoy the social aspect of meals with...

 

The rise, fall and birth of a town

According to the Pensacola News Journal, South Flomaton was the only other incorporated community in Escambia County Florida for most of its existence. The area had sometimes been the scene of controversy before and after its incorporation. The News...

 

An interesting review of our local logging history

Occasionally, our writers receive a note of appreciation about our articles in this paper; these articles for the Tri-City have been contributed by our members since 1990. Recently, Mr. Dudley wrote a note to say how much he liked a history of...

 

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