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7/13/2019 Steven D. Acker - Capias Warrant for failure to pay Cory N. Allmon - Domestic Violence 3rd degree, criminal mischief 3rd degree John B. Brumit - Public Intoxication Randall … more
This year’s event is entitled Fall Ball & Beads. The fall ball will be held on Friday, Sept. 20, 6 to 10:30 p.m. at the Event Center in the Wharf. Put on your favorite football-themed clothing … more
The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee today unanimously approved the most substantial highway bill in history, called America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act, which includes a new … more
Pinnacho, YOUR NOSE IS GROWING. Guy Busby's story on Spanish Fort mayor and council opposing the bridge toll (july24) is a joke. We have the highest sales tax on the Eastern Shore, and maybe the … more
Overtourism is like water, proportionately increasing with the lanes you give it. The impact of overtourism’s traffic in Orange Beach was never anticipated. Is it too much to ask City Council, … more
Thank you to syndicated columnist John Meredith* for his brilliant article on this administration’s shameful treatment of immigrants on our southern border. A member of the Republican Party, Mr. … more
The 2020 Presidential Election year has already begun. It usually begins on Labor Day of the year prior to the Election. However, in recent decades the parade has started early. They really are … more
Couldn’t go boating last weekend, huh? Lifeguards tossed you out of the rocky waves slapping at the beach? Maybe your electricity went out for an hour or so. Minor inconveniences. Be certain, … more
The detrimental effects of the humanitarian and national security crisis on our border extend all the way to Alabama communities. That’s why I’ve made it a priority to address our immigration … more
The mud days of summer [Photo gallery]
Children gathered at Graham Creek Nature Preserve in Foley on Saturday for the annual International Mud Day festivities. Staff there turned a small field into a muddy pit complete with mounds of dirt … more
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