Blue Eagles stun 9th-ranked Blue Devils
By JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter Escambia County’s Blue Devils, off to a 3-0 start and ranked in the state’s Top 10 for the first time in eight years, were stunned by W.S. Neal’s Blue Eagles, who took a relatively easy, 27-7 win last Friday, September 20, in East Brewton. The win over No. 9 ECHS was the first victory of the season for WSN and ended any hopes ECHS had…
Americans want results, not impeachment
The first year of Democratic control of the House of Representatives is almost up, and we have nothing to show for it. For the first several months, perhaps some of this lack of results was understandable. After a decade in the minority, Democrats were anxious to vote on issues they prioritized. In other words, they could hold some political show votes to please their base before moving on to serious…
Shoot for a Cure
The Poarch Creek Recreation Department is hosting an archery shoot – Shoot for a Cure to end Childhood Cancer. It will be held Thursday, October 3, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., Arrowhead Park, Poarch. * 10 target archery range (adult & children) * $5 entry fee to shoot each range * Pop Up Range & Longest Shot * Split the Pot Shoot for a Cure shirts will be sold, limited…
6 injured in Sunday night crash
By DON FLETCHER News Staff Writer Six people — both drivers and four passengers — were injured in a two-vehicle collision that happened Sunday night, September 22, on Alabama 21, just north of town and inside the city limits. According to Alabama State Troopers, a 2011 Kia driven by Kameran J.D. Bogan of Atmore was southbound on Alabama 21 and attempting to make a left turn onto West Sunset Drive.…