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Century man arrested for rape

A Century man is facing felony kidnapping and sexual battery charges after he allegedly pulled a female under the age of 18, walking along Highway 29, into nearby woods to assault and rob her.... Full story

 By Joe Thomas    News    August 29, 2019 

Keep an eye on possible storm

Tropical Storm Dorian officially became Hurricane Dorian at 2 p.m. Wednesday as it went through Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands and was headed toward St. Croix and the U.S. Virgin Islands as a stor...


Jay city council approves funds

The Jay Council voted Monday, Aug. 19, to approve to cash out a Certificate of Deposit (CD) to pay for work on the Livestock Market and to award the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) waterline...

 By Staff Report    News    August 29, 2019 

Time to kickoff the season

Flomaton quarterback Zeb Vickery (11) , top photo, unloads a pass this Friday night when the Hurricanes traveled to Opp for a preseason jamboree and W.S. Neal cheerleaders, bottom photo, cheered on... Full story

 By Joe Thomas    News    August 29, 2019 

Alabama's gas tax increasing Sunday

If Alabama motorists want to save 6-cents a gallon on gasoline or diesel they need to head to the pumps before Sunday, Sept. 1, which is the date the first wave of Alabama's new 10-cents per gallon...

 By Joe Thomas    News    August 29, 2019 

Cottrell worked to help others

Alfonzie Cottrell spent most of his life helping others, especially the people of Century.. The 81-year old Century native died Monday, Aug. 26, leaving heavy hearts for those who knew him best. "He...


Century man faces 15 years

A Century man who was arrested March 28 when officers executing a search warrant found suspected methamphetamine in bags on the floor when they secured him and floating in the toilet is facing 15... Full story


Town passes wastewater inspection

The Town of Jay had its first annual wastewater inspection Tuesday for this year and passed with just a few changes required from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). Supervisor...


Man charged with theft

An Atmore man accused of swapping 10 authentic $50 bills for 10 counterfeit $50 bills in the purchase of a car in June was arrested Aug. 20. Matthew Cody Blair, 28, 247 Williams Lane, agreed to meet...

 By Staff Report    News    August 29, 2019 

Dental available in Century

On Wednesday, Aug. 28, Community Health Northwest Florida’s (CHNWF) Century Adult and Family Care practice and Lakeview Center hosted a Community Open House and Ribbon Cutting at their newly remodeled building at 6021 Industrial Blvd. in Century. T...

 By Staff Report    News    August 29, 2019 

Locals recognized by Troy University

Four local students, Savannah DuBose of Flomaton and Morgan Manning, Jones Manning and Amber Terry of Brewton, joined more than 200 Troy University students who studied around the world during the summer semester in 2019. Students studied in various...

 By Joe Thomas    News    August 22, 2019

Twins back in jail for drugs

Twin brothers who were arrested Aug. 8 on drug charges in Brewton are back behind bars following a drug sweep of the Holt subdivision in Flomaton Aug. 14 that resulted in the arrests of six people on...

 By Joe Thomas    News    August 22, 2019

Flomaton OKs Sunday alcohol sales

Stores in Flomaton that currently have licenses to sell alcohol will be able to begin selling the alcohol as early as this Sunday after the Flomaton Town Council passed an ordinance Monday afternoon...


Atmore's job fair draws about 150

County Commissioner Karean Reynolds partnered with Atlas Industrial Outsourcing to hold a community job fair at the Atmore City Hall on Monday at 5 pm. Atlas Industrial is a job outsourcing agency based out of Mobile that provides qualified workers...

 By Staff Report    News    August 22, 2019

Are you ready for some football?

A big crowd showed up Thursday night to get their first look at the 2019 Flomaton High School football team during the annual 'Meet the Canes' event. Flomaton will travel to Opp this Friday night for...


Byrd is retiring after 40 years in education

There will be a new face at Pensacola State College (PSC) in Century this fall as Director Paula Byrd is retiring. Serving as director of PSC's Century campus since its opening in January 2012, Byrd...

 By Staff Report    News    August 22, 2019

Camp getting kids ready

Flomaton High School head football coach Doug Vickery, members of his coaching staff and several players were on the field Saturday morning at Flomaton's field to host a youth football camp to teach...

 By Staff Report    News    August 22, 2019

Spates named Flomaton's 'Honorary Chaplain'

Flomaton resident A.J. Spates, aka 'Sir AJ or Arc Spates' was recently presented a certificate from Police Chief Bryan Davis and members of the Flomaton Police Department naming him as the 'Honorary...

 By Staff Report    News    August 22, 2019

Nurses get their pins at CACC

The Woodfin Patterson Auditorium in Brewton, Alabama was the setting on Wednesday, July 31st for a Nursing Pinning Ceremony for 22 graduates of the Nursing Program at Coastal Alabama Community College. Graduates represented the Standard Track...


Phi Delta Kappa holds meeting

The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, (NSPDK) held its 96th Anniversary Conclave from Sunday, July 14 to Friday, 19 at the St. Louis Station Hotel in St. Louis, Missouri. The Theme of the Conclave focus on the Bold 21th Century Education:...

 By Staff Report    News    August 22, 2019

Dryer causes fire

Last Thursday, August 15, the Flomaton and Century Fire Departments and MedStar 16 responded to a call about a structure fire at Johnnie's Cleaners on Church Street in Flomaton. The source of the...

 By Staff Report    News    August 22, 2019

Author visits Flomaton Library

Author and photogragher Glen Wills presented his books of pictures and histories of abandoned structures across Alabama in two volumes, 'Forgotten Alabama', and 'More Forgotten Alabama' at Flomaton...

 By Staff Report    News    August 22, 2019

School board approves personnel changes

The Escambia Co. (Ala.) Board of Education approved the following personnel changes at its Thursday, Aug. 15 meeting. Resignation Shemika Barnes, instructional teacher aide at Huxford Elementary School, effective August 6, 2019; Sophia Yarber, math t...

 By Joe Thomas    News    August 22, 2019

Brewton brings back recycling

The city of Brewton is trying to re-establish recycling with a pilot program targeting corrugated cardboard and certain plastics. "Everything with recycling has changed," said Steve Layton, public...

 By Joe Thomas    News    August 22, 2019

Traffic stop nets DUI, marijuana

A Repton woman originally pulled over for failing to use a turn signal ended up in jail on marijuana and driving under the influence charges. Hannah Olivia Jackson, 33, 1741 County Road 15, was... Full story


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