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Search intensifies for local missing teen



Search intensifies for missing teen A Brewton girl with Georgia ties is missing, and the Brewton Police is seeking leads to bring her home. Brooke ... Read more

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Hawthorne signs

W.S. Neal senior Malcolm Hawthorne will soon shed his Eagle blue for Tiger red; University of West Alabama Tiger red that is. On switching from ... Read more

  1. 4 ‘bombs’ found, removed from JDCC campus
  2. Local drug trade takes hit
  3. ‘Lend a helping hand’

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BCA show is Thursday

On Thursday, Feb. 11, Brewton Arts Council patrons are invited on a “Closer Walk with Patsy Cline.” This upbeat musical reveals the emotional depth and ... Read more

2 Brewton residents among those arrested in Castleberry drug busts

Two Brewton residents were among the five arrested this weekend on a host of drug charges in Castleberry. Castleberry Police Chief Tracy Hawsey said Monday ... Read more

Online group releases rankings for Brewton, county schools

New rankings released Wednesday gave Brewton and Escambia County’s systems relatively high marks., an online group, ranks a number of public interest items such ... Read more

2 jailed for camp burglaries

Two local men are in custody after a rash of hunting camp burglaries. David C. Burch, 25, of East Brewton and Tristan J. Capps, 19, ... Read more

Turning a new page

Turning a new page

BES students get Chromebooks Students at Brewton Elementary School have traded their book pages for something new – homepages, as they get acclimated to using ... Read more

  1. Working for our future
  2. ‘Patsy Cline’ to arrive in Brewton
  3. Spring is on its way?
  4. Scholarship available for students
  5. Pottery event wows crowd, raises money
  6. 8 jailed in drug, theft sting
  7. Making a house ‘home’
  8. Trustmark announces 2 promotions
  9. Manning’s work to be featured
  10. Unemployment up slightly in Escambia County
  11. New veteran service officer needed
  12. Escambia to get disaster funds
  13. City eyes land use for parks
  14. Locals jailed in arson, burglary case
  15. Brewton movie premiere announced
  16. Manning brings home state DYW win
  17. Citizen of year nods sought
  18. TRM basketball joins in autism awareness
  19. Food stamp benefits changes coming
  20. The late Wayne Frazier to be featured on the NFL Network
  21. City looks at land use for golf course, industrial park
  22. Arson arrest made in Oak Street fire
  23. Company pitches new hotel
  24. Manning, Perkins looking to earn wins

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Hawthorne signs

Hawthorne signs

W.S. Neal senior Malcolm Hawthorne will soon shed his Eagle blue for Tiger red; University of West Alabama Tiger red that is. On switching from ... Read more

  1. Neal softball in search of identity
  2. Neal baseball to focus on the little things
  3. Update: WSN boys to face UMS Wright Thursday


Helping others see clearly

Helping others see clearly

Pastor of New Life Family Church, wife work together It’s often said that “you can’t go home again,” but maybe you don’t know Fred Billy ... Read more

‘A big part of the community’

‘A big part of the community’

Lisenby is a businessman; set to lead as new Chamber president Clay Lisenby may be one of Brewton’s newest businessmen, but he is fast becoming ... Read more

Tag yourself – Alabama or Auburn?

It seems Escambia County is a “Roll Tide” county – or at least when you compare the number of specialty car tags issued to Alabama ... Read more


Being truly thankful for it all

What would you give up for a coworker? If you’re Steven Dickey, the answer is a kidney. When the world celebrates Thanksgiving Thursday, Keith Miller ... Read more


FBC-Brewton pastor retiring in January

First Baptist Church of Brewton Pastor Jack Fitts is retiring after nearly 20 years of service. ... Read more


A beautiful tradition

For the last 25 years, December has dawned with the darling dancers of the Brewton Dance Studio. Under the direction of Ann Peavey, scores of ... Read more


Pay it forward teaches lesson

  The boy seemed to have walked straight off a movie set was my first thought as we approached the grocery store checkout line. His ... Read more