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Hopefully, you participated in the census last year. It is vitally important for each state that every person is counted. One of the first premises set out by our nation’s founding fathers is … more
Mrs. Perren’s class at Swift Consolidated Elementary spent an afternoon journaling their daily tomato plants growth. more
Students at Magnolia School are continuing the fun by learning the different types of printmaking in art class. Students printed with Legos to create patterns. more
Online pre-registration for enrolling Pre-K and kindergarteners for the 2021-2022 school year is now available. Please go to www.bcbe.org/registration to pre-register for Pre-K and kindergarten … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Middle and high school students from Baldwin County put their culinary skills to the test in a beef cookoff Thursday, March 25 at the South Baldwin Center for … more
SILVERHILL, Alabama — About 60 residents turned out to honor Vietnam veterans during a special service held Monday, March 29 at the Silverhill Veterans Memorial. The event, hosted by the … more
Officially the painting is known as “The Last Stand for Mobile.” But it could easily instead be titled, “The many faces of Brian.” The painting depicts a very busy … more
A year of living in a pandemic is a long time. In March 2020, the COVID-19 shutdown came to our community. At that time, no one knew what the effects would be. In those months many have felt … more
Masks are coming off. We know you are excited. Events are being held again. We know you are ecstatic. But after a year in isolation and living in fear, there are many in our community who are not … more
April 7, 2021: As the Regular Legislative Session evolves, I recall years past when George Wallace was governor. George Wallace was definitely a political genius and a master of the legislative … more
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