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Opinion

Looking back: Band festival draws thousands

Thirty years ago, in 1990, Robbie Cotten. a native and resident of Brewton, was named the top amateur golfer in Alabama. Anthony Redmon, a former ... Read more

3 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

Growth of any kind is a good thing

Last week the work started to be evident with the planned construction of a new facility downtown. I know that there have been some controversial ... Read more

3 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

Looking Back: 30 Years ago

Thirty years ago, in 1990, life went on although most of us had our minds on the small country of Kuwait and what was happening ... Read more

3 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

Debates are just a different circus

Like most of the country, I watched the presidential debate last week. And, also like much of the country, my mind didn’t get changed at ... Read more

3 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

We live in the best community

When our people get knocked down, they get back up again – and they help their neighbors get back up, too. Last week Hurricane Sally ... Read more

4 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

It could have been worse

I was just like most of your for most of last week. No power, no phone, no internet, no way to go anywhere. Since I ... Read more

4 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

Remembering is easy every September 11th

In just a few days, we will recognize the awful thing that happened in our country 19 years ago. Wow, 19 years. Most days I ... Read more

4 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

30 year scope: Brewton as it was

Thirty years ago, in 1990, members of the Brewton Nutrition Center made old-fashioned bonnets to sell at the Blueberry Festival. Peggy Bracken was photographed with ... Read more

7 months ago by Lydia Grimes.

Old photographs share stories of old

Old photographs are true treasures. A few months ago, I was given the opportunity to rummage through my grandparents’ home. Uncovering an old cedar chest, ... Read more

1 year ago by Barrett Edge.

Letter to the editor; Nov. 20

To the Editor, Eighty-two percent of Alabama’s counties are rural, and we can all agree that Escambia County, Alabama, falls into this category. In our ... Read more

1 year ago by Staff Reports.

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