Community, law enforcement talk race, issues

Community, law enforcement talk race, issues

Hazel Lee’s life experiences tell her that racism exists. Read more

Latest news

AES 3rd graders give top spring break destinations

Without hesitation, six Andalusia Elementary third graders made it known where they’d like to spend spring break if the destination weren’t an obstacle. Read more

  1. Holy Week services planned
  2. Hammett selected to All-Academic team
  3. Officers answer specifics on drug searches, traffic stops, teen sex

The Latest

Vandals damage lights in state park

Vandals damage lights in state park

The Florala Police Department is investigating damage to lights in the Wetlands Park portion of Florala State Park. Chief Sonny Bedsole said someone knocked over ... Read more

BRINGING THE NEWS

BRINGING THE NEWS

Andalusia Elementary fifth graders Drew Seymore and Amanda Majors get their cue and the broadcast begins. Read more

Chamber executive director to step down

Andalusia Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Chrissie Schubert Duffy is stepping down from her position as director to assume a more part-time role with ... Read more

3 wanted for writing bad checks

3 wanted for writing bad checks

The Covington County District Attorney’s Office is looking for three individuals for writing bad checks. Read more

PHS students learn from awareness day

PHS students learn from awareness day

Pleasant Home students got a dose of reality during a program aimed at exposing them to the dangers of driving under the influence. Exposure 2015 ... Read more

  1. Mizell to host meet, greet for Dr. Spurlin
  2. New RV park to open in Gantt
  3. AAC celebrates seniors Thursday
  4. Credit card skippers found on Destin gas pumps
  5. Refinance will bring $250K to Opp
  6. READ TO SUCCEED
  7. Andy man injured in afternoon wreck
  8. AFD acquires additional Jaws of Life
  9. SPRING BALLET
  10. County BOE OKs $165K in bonuses
  11. County schools set next year’s calendar
  12. Pell grants available for students going to LBWCC
  13. Jury acquits man of enticing child
  14. More information to come with weather warnings
  15. LBW offers training for jobs in highest demand
  16. Andalusia leads local per student spending
  17. Community, law enforcement dialogue planned
  18. Chamber breakfast set Wednesday
  19. Rodeo T-shirts available at Opp Chamber
  20. Bedsole completes training
  21. Florala’s challenge: Getting tourists to stop
  22. Gitty-Up-N-Go becomes Relay for Life title sponsor
  23. 30 to win prizes at CEC annual meeting
  24. Weekend crash claims area woman’s life

Sports

Pleasant Home tops Andalusia

Pleasant Home tops Andalusia

Pleasant Home rallied in the final inning to drop Andalusia 10-4 Friday night in the first game of the Kirsten L. Dean softball tournament in ... Read more

  1. Late run pushes LAMP past Straughn
  2. Tigers earn playoff spot with sweep of Bulldogs
  3. TRM downs Opp

Lifestyles

Let the hunts BEGIN

Let the hunts BEGIN

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Floral azaleas remind me of Southern belles

Peeping through my Venetian blind, I saw the world, preparing for Easter with a thousand blooms, those of the dewberry, huckleberry, red-top, spiderwort, dogwood, Lady ... Read more

Special Sections


Editorial

Straughn gets $600K grant

A three-year, $600,000 grant means that Straughn schools will soon be able to expand its after-school program. County Schools Federal Programs Coordinator Donny Powell confirmed ... Read more

Column

Waiting game? There’s an app for that

Today, we play the waiting game. We wait for our name to be called by the ... Read more

Letter to the Editor

Please, don’t abuse gators

I found your front page photo regarding “Gigantic Gators” to be not amusing, but a disturbing comment on our society. Hunting is one thing, quite ... Read more | 1 comment

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