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Staying put for the winter? Sit outside and enjoy watching the traffic pass overhead - more than 400 different species of birds heading south for the winter, that is. Alabama has the fifth highest … more
During World War II Bill Schaefer worked in the communications room of the USS Pennsylvania, receiving and sending messages on enemy movements. While in the Aleutian Islands, a pilot above … more
The Thomas Hospital Freestanding Emergency Department in Malbis is only the third built in the state, and there are a lot of unknowns – who will come, when and how many? What administrators … more
Jeffrey Joseph Harbuck, 60, a resident of Daphne, Alabama and former resident of Brundidge, Alabama, entered into heavenly rest on Tuesday, May 15, 2018. He was born Sept. 4, 1957 in Englewood, … more
In two years, artist Stig Marcussen created more than 800 paintings and 700 drawings. Each work captured Baldwin County as it progressed, yet stayed the same during that time. A good portion of … more
If the energetic, opening scene of “The Lorax & Friends” doesn’t leave you with a smile you might as well go home now and practice your best Grinch snarfle. And even if you adore the … more
Next month as summer break hovers just over the horizon, sixth graders at Stapleton Elementary will soulfully perform the “Homework Blues.” And though they may be lamenting six more weeks til … more
In 1865, Union soldiers who happened upon the Daphne United Methodist Church were granted permission to sleep there - if they promised to leave the building, and its contents, undisturbed. They … more
There is a little something extra in the stitches made by the Comfort Sowers from Jubilee Shores United Methodist Church. The group’s slogan, “Prayers in every stitch to give comfort to those … more
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