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A New Supreme Court Justice

By Rep. Bradley Byrne On the Friday night after Hurricane Sally passed, while many of us down here were still digging out and cleaning up ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Me, a chatter box? It can happen

It was a small crowd, but there were laughs and hearty conversation. As I usually do on a Saturday night, I made my way to ... Read more

2 days ago by Andrew Garner.

We are in the midst of a new Middle East?

By Rep. Bradley Byrne  Last week when I wrote about some good news, I mentioned the recent peace deal between Israel and the United Arab ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Mark yourself ‘present’ in 2020 Census

Do you remember sitting at your desk in school, and your teacher taking roll? A loud “Present!” would escape my lips when my name was ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Andrew Garner.

Here’s some good news for y’all

By Rep. Bradley Byrne So often we only hear bad news from the national media, and the good news we do hear is either downplayed, ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

News last week was positive for area, city

There’s a lot happening in and around the Atmore area. Last week, the city of Atmore played host to a resource team with Main Street ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Andrew Garner.

The Better Angels of Our Nature

By Rep. Bradley Byrne It’s disheartening to see this summer’s protests turn so very violent. Indeed, last Friday’s peaceful march in Washington, a small protest in ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

FATS gave me new appreciation

When the door shut behind me, I knew I was about to go through an experience. Earlier this week, Atmore Police Chief Chuck Brooks invited ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Andrew Garner.

Democrat gridlock shouldn’t be our fate

By Rep. Bradley Byrne “We will never accept political gridlock as our fate.”      2020 Democratic Party Platform  Last Saturday the House of Representatives met ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

State parks emerge as safe oasis of activity during

By Dan Hendricks and Matthew Dent | Alabama State Parks Foundation Board of Directors Alabama State Parks have long served as Alabama’s backyard. That’s been ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

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