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Search called off for missing woman - The Brewton Standard

According to Conecuh County Sheriff Randy Brock, a father and son riding four-wheelers Sunday on an unnamed road about three miles off the Range Road in the southwest corner of Conecuh County discovered a red 2010 Toyota Corolla belonging to Shari Christine Saunders, 67, of Norfolk, Va., who has bee

BREWTON STANDARD - 2018-08-16 19:40:29

Search continues for missing woman from Virginia

EVERGREEN, Ala. (WPMI) —The search will continue for Shari Saunders, the woman from Virginia who has been missing for almost two weeks.Saunders was traveling from Virginia to visit family in Monroeville but never arrived.She was last seen on surveillance video at a gas station in Evergreen on August

MYNBC15.COM - 2018-08-17 06:46:50

Missing woman’s car found - The Atmore Advance

ECSO Chief Deputy Mike Lambert said that it’s an Escambia County case, but that Saunders was reportedly last seen in a Love’s Truck Stop in Evergreen, which is on Exit 93 on I-65.


News | www.southalabamian.com | The South Alabamian

By Shannon CouringtonThe South Alabamian“Until today, I’d have advised you not to pay at the pump, but to go inside and pay.More...


Sports | www.southalabamian.com | The South Alabamian

Undefeated heavyweight boxer Robert Alfonso (16-0) will spar heavyweights from Germany and France as part of Skyy South's Grand Reopening Saturday, Aug. 18th, at 1 p.m.More...


Century Woman Charged With Attacking Neighbor’s Porch, Clawing At Deputies

Shirley Ann Knight, 62, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, criminal mischief with property damage and resisting arrest. She remained in the Escambia County Jail with bond set at $6,000.

NORTHESCAMBIA.COM - 2018-08-18 00:00:00

Profitable 11-House Poultry Farm on 71 Acres - LANDFLIP BLOG

Smith Poultry is an11-House Broiler Poultry Farmlocated in McKenzie, Alabama. There are three 66×600 Mega Houses built in 2010 and eight 40×500 foot houses built in 1996 and 1997. The farm is contracted with Koch Foods, growing an 8 lb. bird on a 56-day grow out. The farm averages 5 flocks per year

LANDFLIP BLOG - 2018-08-17 13:58:33

Frisco City’s Hawkins loves training to be wrestler - The Atmore Advance

Ever since she was a child, Brandy Hawkins’ dream was to be a wrestler.Hawkins is a student at the Dirty 30 Southern Heat Wrestling Sportatorium in Atmore.The Frisco City resident said she grew up watching WCW’s Monday Nitro and WWE’s Monday Night RAW with her grandfather, BJ Baccus.


Major heroin and cocaine bust from traffic stop near Evergreen Alabama

According to Conecuh County Sheriff Randy Brock, over this past weekend the Conecuh County K9 unit conducted a traffic stop on a passenger bus on its way to Georgia along I-65 near Evergreen, Alabama.


When did Trump become a racist? | East Texas Review

Raynard Jackson says that Black folks like Rev. Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and Oprah Winfrey, who now want to brand Trump as a racist, didn’t seem to mind associating with the “Apprentice” star when he just owned casinos and restaurants.


ACH remodels clinic - The Atmore Advance

Atmore Community Hospital officials said Tuesday that there will be a segregated outpatient waiting room area once renovations are complete in the near future.Administrator Doug Tanner said the current outpatient clinic space is leased out to various specialists, and the reason for the renovation is


Authorities seize cocain and heroin from passenger bus in Conecuh County

A traffic stop along I-65 near Evergreen yielded 5 pounds of heroin and 16 pounds of cocaine on a passenger bus over the weekend.The Conecuh County Sheriff's K9 unit conducted the traffic stop on the bus which was headed to Georgia.Deputies along with agents from the 17th Judicial Drug Task Force we


Mmmmm good, taste that last-minute of summer watermelon - The Atmore Advance

Mmm, mmm good! Mmm, mmm good! Home grown watermelons are mmm mmm good!Folks at the USDA Office Building in Brewton enjoyed strolling through the “watermelon patch” searching for the biggest, sweetest, watermelons that were perfectly ripe for the picking! For us, this passage marked the end of the


Boyle honored by State of Alabama

During the ceremony, Ms. Boyle was presented with a certificate, an award and a medal by Todd Cotton, Acting Commissioner, Alabama Department of Senior Services.


Looking Back: A Champion Tree was dedicated near here - The Atmore Advance

Fashion news stated that dresses were making a come back. Dresses were back in vogue 35 years ago in 1983.Of course I never knew they left the fashion scene. Now when I was a little girl, that is all we wore. In fact, the first jeans worn by girls back in the day were remodeled from big brother’s je


Dirty 30 to hold open house - The Atmore Advance

Dirty 30 Southern Heat Wrestling is holding an open house this Sat., Aug. 18, from noon until 3 p.m. at their sportatorium at 109 W. Ridgeley St., in Atmore.Founder Danny Rolin said well-known wrestling stars Buff Bagwell and Bullet Armstrong will be in attendance.“We want to let people see what’s g


Resurfacing scheduled for Butler St., three rural roads

Members of the Escambia County Commission crossed their fingers last year, hoping that a new, countywide 1 percent sales tax would provide enough funding to not only cover recent budget shortfalls, but to provide money for badly needed repairs to the county’s rural roadways.


Man, not woman, was stabbed last week

Brooks reported that the victim, whose name has not been released, was “doing fine” and that police have completed their investigation of the incident, which involved numerous people, none of whom have yet been arrested.


Police reports for August 13

Duty upon striking fixtures upon a highway, fleeing/attempting to elude officer, possession of a controlled substance and possession of a pistol by a drunk/addict were reported in Auburn on Aug. 10.


Alabama panel rules former deputy falsified time cards

BAY MINETTE, Ala. (AP) — The Alabama Ethics Commission says a former sheriff's deputy violated the state ethics law by falsifying time cards last year.Baldwin County District Attorney Bob Wilters told WALA-TV the ruling could force former Sgt. Carl Griffith to repay more than $7,500.Sheriff Huey Mac