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Living the American dream

With the Fourth of July being tomorrow, the radio will play more patriotic music and thoughts will turn to celebrating the one day set aside ... Read more

11 months ago by Lydia Grimes.

Safety precautions taken after BES students report seeing gun

Brewton Elementary School was placed on a soft lockdown Wednesday afternoon after a student reported seeing a possible gun in a vehicle driving on W. ... Read more

1 year ago by Kendra Majors.

Habitat fundraising under way

Escambia County Habitat for Humanity is preparing for the groups spring fundraiser and it’s bound to be a treat for every southern woman – and ... Read more

1 year ago by Staff Reports.

Local woman in Paris days after Notre Dame shares insights

Locals around the world and in Brewton recalled their memories and experiences of their visits to Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. The centuries old Cathedral’s ... Read more

1 year ago by Kendra Majors.

New CEO named for health care authority

The Escambia County Healthcare Authority (ECHA) announced Friday that Chris Griffin was named the chief executive officer, and Debbie Rowell as chairman of the authority. ... Read more

1 year ago by Staff Reports.

WSNHS students ‘high five’ WSNES students every Friday morning

It’s 7 a.m. on the last day before the weekend. Parents start to pull up to W.S. Neal Elementary School. You can see the children’s ... Read more

1 year ago by Gina Castro.

Managers: Lettuce is back, but prices higher

Lettuce lovers can breathe a short sigh of relief after the salad community has been hit with a huge scare. Romaine lettuce was nationally banned ... Read more

1 year ago by Joshua Frye.

Former priest listed on archdiocese abuse list

  A now-deceased Catholic priest whose service included St. Maurice Parish in Brewton is among those on a list of those “who have been credibly ... Read more

1 year ago by Joshua Frye.

Nutcracker show at Coastal Alabama Community College

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1 year ago by Joshua Frye.

Barton honored by Ivey

Councilwoman Cheryl Barton was recognized by Gov. Kay Ivey for being the first African American woman to serve on the Brewton City Council. Ivey awarded ... Read more

1 year ago by Joshua Frye.

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