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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
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.
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
Century Budget: Gas Department Facing Big Loss; Mayor Wants Employee Raises
Century’s gas department is expected to lose over $200,000 next fiscal year, and the mayor is proposing a 3 percent raise for employees. Those were just two of the items discussed Thursday afternoon during a Town of Century budget workshop.
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
LBW welcomes exchange student through CBYX - The Andalusia Star-News
For the fifth consecutive year, a German student has arrived in Covington County to enroll in classes at LBW Community College through the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX) program.“We are very grateful for the community support shown with all our previous students,” said LBWCC President Dr.
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
Junior High Bulldogs ready for the year - The Andalusia Star-News
This season the Bulldogs will face a tough schedule against Greenville, T.R. Miller, Monroe County and Escambia County, but Dugger said that they are looking forward to the competition.
Man wanted for Mobile murder captured in Florida during traffic stop
PNJreports, "during the stop, the trooper smelled marijuana in the vehicle and began a criminal investigation, where it was determined Russell was allegedly in possession of a felony amount of marijuana."
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.
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
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.
FHP searching for a suspect involved in back-to-back hit-and-runs
Florida Highway Patrol is searching for Brandon Levy, 35, of Cantonment, who was allegedly involved in two back-to-back hit-and-run accidents on Wednesday.
They thought he said, ‘doggies.’ He dropped off donkeys - The Andalusia Star-News
But for a misunderstanding, Eeyore and Piglet the donkeys might not be in residence at the Andalusia Animal Shelter awaiting a new home.“On the phone, it sounded like the owner said ‘I’m bringing two doggies.’ But when he showed up pulling a trailer, we weren’t sure what to think.”As a general rule,
Strong female vocals central in LBW Ensemble’s new show - The Andalusia Star-News
The LBW Community College Ensemble is back in the rehearsal studio and gearing up for what Director Greg Aplin says will be a strong year.“Part of our set will be the same, but we are adding a couple of new tunes to the show,” Aplin said. “We have a lot of strong female voices this year so we will s
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.
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.
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
Bobcats ready to prove themselves - The Andalusia Star-News
“I expect big things from this team,” Lady Bobcats’ head coach Bridgett Brantley said. “We lost six seniors so you might look at it as a rebuilding year, but these girls have come on strong this summer.”