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Operation Give Back begins work

A pair of local residents are working to establish an organization designed to help those in need. Stephanie Johnson and Latecia Betts have created “Operation ... Read more

1 month ago by Lisa Tindell.

Varner is finalist for top state honor

Brewton City School Superintendent Dr. Kenneth Varner has been selected as a finalist in the running for the title of Alabama 2022 Superintendent of the ... Read more

1 month ago by Lisa Tindell.

United Fund kicks off fundraising season

The United Fund of Brewton and East Brewton organization is preparing to begin their fundraising season soon, and the search is on for those who ... Read more

1 month ago by Lisa Tindell.

Let’s empower women and be a voice for unborn children.

The notion that one cannot be an advocate for both women and unborn children is simply wrong. Those that pit women against their unborn babies ... Read more

1 month ago by Lisa Tindell.

Food truck to arrive here Wednesday

The Escambia County Community Enabled organization will be welcoming a special food truck on Wednesday beginning at 8 a.m. A call from Feeding the Gulf ... Read more

2 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

Mud Run draws nearly 500 participants from 21 states

The mud, the muck, the heat — none of it could dampen the spirits of the more than 400 participants in Saturday’s Murder Creek Mud ... Read more

2 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

Mud Run on tap for this weekend

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2 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

No school closings ahead of TS Fred

The Escambia County School System released a statement Sunday afternoon concerning the impending weather expected from Tropical Storm Fred. As of release time just before ... Read more

2 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

After-school snacks can be easy, simple

Preparing snacks for during and after school plays a significant role in ensuring that students get all the nutrients they need. In many areas, school ... Read more

3 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

ECHCA not mandating employee vaccines

The Escambia County Health Care Authority (ECHCA) has announced that, at this time, they will not require employees to get vaccinated as a condition of ... Read more

3 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

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