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As the story goes, Jesse’s Restaurant is haunted. Some locals in Magnolia Springs say the 96-year-old building is still home to Jesse King who ran the counter when the building was known as the … more
In the summer of 1864, President Abraham Lincoln believed all was lost. There wasn’t a single bit of good news from the frontlines. In a memorandum to his cabinet, he warned that he would most … more
Gulf Shores may seem like a hip, modern seaside resort town but this happening island started as a quiet, sleepy fishing port. In fact, the popular tourist destination started as a community of … more
For the first time in over a decade, royalty will reign over Gulf Shore’s Shrimp Festival. This year the festival is introducing the First Annual Little Miss Shrimp Festival Pageant, open to … more
Fort Morgan may be more than 100 years old but historians are discovering new facts about the fort every day. Located on Mobile Point at the end of Scenic Fort Morgan Peninsula, the fort was used … more
Jimmy Driver was just 10-years-old when he helped his father dig holes to build what would become one of the biggest cattle markets in the south. Driver’s entire family, in fact, was a force in … more
Tammy Kinney remembers visiting the Robertsdale Livestock Auction as a child and watching the men bring a large bull into the ring. The animal barely fit through the door. And, he was not happy to be … more
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