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Black History

Patricia Eanes

February 29, 2016

Filed under Community News

  Let’s all just take a moment and appreciate Black History month. Each day we communicate with these amazing people that we would not have the chance to meet without the actions taken in history. How about the 15th amendment ...

Molino Outreach

Madison Buffington, Community News Reporter

May 19, 2015

Filed under Community News

The Molino community is reaching out to help a local non-profit that suffered a theft sometime Saturday afternoon. The Molino Outreach Thrift Store, located in a former grocery store on Highway 29, is operated by Pastor Jason...

Flomaton Court System

Madison Buffington, Community News Reporter

March 20, 2015

Filed under Community News

The Flomaton Town Council has come to an agreement that it is time the town considered creating a municipal court. The town currently used Escambia County District Court to handle cases made in Flomaton. Some people believe the...

Byrd named Conecuh Superintendent

Madison Buffington, Community News Reporter

March 20, 2015

Filed under Community News

A former Escambia County Alabama principal has been selected as the new superintendent of the Conecuh County School System. Zickeyous Byrd will over-see seven schools in the system. Those schools include a kindergarten through...

Reverse Program

Madison Buffington, Community News Reporter

March 20, 2015

Filed under Community News

Students enrolled at Jefferson Davis community College (JDCC) have been presented an extraordinary opportunity. Dr. William O. Blow (Interim president of JDCC) and Dr. Jack Hawkins Jr. (Chancellor of Troy University) signed...

Water Management

Madison Buffington, Community News Reporter

March 2, 2015

Filed under Community News

Water-related projects totaling nearly $1.2 billion have been proposed as state lawmakers decide how to carve up a pot of money that community residents want for land and water conservation and management. The list of 475 requested...

Bee Keeping at its Best

Madison Buffington, Community News Reporter

March 2, 2015

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Einstein once said, “When the bees disappear, humans will disappear 2 years after.” So are bees important? John Sansom seems to think so. Sansom became interested in bees at about age 13 and quit when he was 17 or 18. John...

Fort Louis de la Louisiane

Madison Buffington, Community News Reporter

February 18, 2015

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The origin of Mardi Gras can be traced to medieval Europe where it passed through Rome and Venice in the 17th and 18th centuries. From here the tradition revelry of “Boeuf Gras,” or fatted calf, followed France to her colonies. On...

Gay rights in Alabama

Madison Buffington, Community News Reporter

February 18, 2015

Filed under Community News

Legal warfare over same-sex marriage in Alabama continued Tuesday as many local officials remained confused over whether to issue marriage licenses. As a result, some counties are issuing licenses to same-sex couples, and others...

Bankruptcy

Madison Buffington, Community News Reporter

February 18, 2015

Filed under Community News

Almost everyone in the area has visited the Century RadioShack, but it is soon to become S & K Communications. Why? Electronics retailer RadioShack has announced that it is filing bankruptcy and will close about 1,500 to...

Literacy Week

Madison Buffington, Community News Reporter

February 2, 2015

Filed under Community News

    National Literacy Action Week (NLAW) will take place February 1st – February 7th, 2015. During this week, campus literacy programs nationwide join together to raise awareness about literacy and to create...

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