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1 month ago by Lisa Tindell.
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
By: Dr. Marsha D. Raulerson, MEd. MD FAAP, Brewton Pediatrician Vaccination and mask-wearing are the keys to keeping our schools open this Fall. Safely returning ... Read more
Thirty years ago, in 1991, Brewton mourned the death of Broox G. Garrett Sr. at the age of 75. He was a native of Grove ... Read more
Last week the House of Representatives met for the opening session of the 117th Congress. Our first orders of business were establishing a quorum, being ... Read more
It’s 2021 and 2020 is gone. It was not the best year, and everyone seems to be glad to see a new year beginning. It ... Read more
This is my last weekly report as your Congressman. Serving you in Washington these last seven years has been a great honor and I will ... Read more
Last Thursday night certainly looked different for a lot of people who typically like to bring the new year in with a pop and a ... Read more
The following “letter to the editor” and the response, was originally published in New York’s Sun newspaper in 1897 and has become one of the ... Read more
In the Wednesday, December 23 edition of The Brewton Standard you will find many letters to Santa – a long-standing tradition in the newspaper business. ... Read more
Ready or not, the holiday season is upon us. This week, we’ll celebrate Thanksgiving and after that will be the mad dash to Christmas. While ... Read more