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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.
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
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.
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.
Council OKs street closing, liquor license
Atmore City Council members gave tentative approval to a liquor license, approved a street closing for the grand opening of a new business and accepted a bid for a massive municipal sidewalk project during their Monday, August 13, meeting.
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.
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
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.
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.
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
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.
Century tornado victims receive keys to new homes
Like several others, Therrell didn't have insurance. After the tornado, he and his daughter were homeless. They spent nights with family and friends. It was 2 and a half years of being displaced.
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Special SectionsCommunityPictures From The PastKeener Woodham’s “Jot ‘um Down Store’” was on the southeast corner of Highway 84 and 69 south in Coffeeville.More...Grove Hill Airport leased for private useBy Jim CoxClarke County DemocratThe closed Grove Hill Airport is being leased on a month-by-mont
Front Street Families Back At Home 2.5 Years After EF-3 Tornado
“Everyone on Front Street in Century has their keys as of today,” Meredith Reeves, division manager for Escambia County’s Neighborhood Enterprise Division, said. ” We appreciate the various public and private partners that have worked with the county to help us get the homeowners back into their hou
Charles McClelland named SWAC commissioner
The SWAC Council of Presidents made the announcement. McClelland will become the sixth SWAC Commissioner in league history since the conference began in 1920.McClelland, who has served as the vice president of Intercollegiate Athletics at Texas Southern University since April of 2008 and the athleti
Local Tex-Mex restaurant to close its doors Sunday
Buy NowTuco’s restaurant, located near the intersection of Ogletree Road and Moores Mill Road in Auburn, will be closing its doors on Aug. 12 to begin renovations to later be reopened as Hamilton’s on Ogletree.Emily Enfingerfirstname.lastname@example.org
Lost and found in Wilcox County
Wilcox County isn't the place for everyone. A lot of people may require a little more than Camden has to offer. It helps, I think, if you are of here and from here because then it all seems real normal and feels natural. So much so that those of here and from here tend to think those who find the pl
Sex trafficking ministry founder busted in drug raid at her Tarrant home
The founder of The WellHouse ministry in Birmingham, a full-service shelter to fight sex trafficking, was arrested in a drug raid at a Tarrant home.
A new hotel may be on horizon at the Gulf
Innisfree Hotelsplans to seek site plan review to build a 192-room hotel at 26026 Perdido Beach Blvd., in Orange Beach, according to city planning records. The 3-acre site was formerly the home ofRoyal Romar Dunescondominiums which were almost destroyed byHurricane Ivanin 2004. The property owners h
A-List No. 12: Hard work pays off for Clemson LB commit Vonta Bentley
"We do a lot of community service, just trying to give back to the community," Bentley said. "This is where I'm from. It's my city. It shows I'm there for them and want to give back."