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Andalusia holds town halls for input on future plans

The future for the City of Andalusia was a big topic Tuesday as city leaders and citizens joined for two town halls to collect input ... Read more

1 week ago by Robert Blankenship.

Kiwanis Club’s 60th annual fair returns with new features, same fun

The annual Kiwanis Covington County Fair is back for its 60th year running this year from Monday, Oct. 18 through Sunday, Oct. 24. The fair ... Read more

1 week ago by Zack Maio.

Stolen vehicle leads to K-9 search and arrest

According to Covington County Sheriff Blake Turman, Thursday, Oct. 14, around 11 p.m., a white Ford Ranger was stolen from a local farm in the ... Read more

1 week ago by Staff Reports.

Citizens invited to share input at public meetings

The City of Andalusia invites local residents interested in providing input into the City’s comprehensive plan to attend one of two town hall meetings set ... Read more

1 week ago by Staff Reports.

AOPA’s Monster Dash returns Oct. 23

The Andalusia Office Professionals Association looks forward to its 3rd Annual Monster Mash Dash 5K Glow Run and Walk. AOPA first held the Monster Mash ... Read more

1 week ago by Zack Maio.

PowerSouth’s Woodard earns ‘Woman of Impact’ honor

For 30 years, Beth Woodard has shown passion in her job at PowerSouth and demonstrated a strong work ethic, which led to her recognition as ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Zack Maio.

The Vietnam War – Heroes Within a Divided Nation

As a special note, Covington Veterans Foundation will be bringing the Traveling Vietnam Wall to Andalusia at a date to be announced in 2022. The ... Read more

2 weeks ago by John Vick.

JSLA looks to start new tradition with ‘Witches Ride’

The Junior Service League of Andalusia has a goal to give back to the community through its first annual Witches Ride event. “We are a ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Zack Maio.

Commission votes against support for Rails to Trails

The Covington County Commission voted 2-1 to adopt a resolution expressing the lack of support for the Rails to Trails project at a regularly scheduled ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Zack Maio.

Opp students recognized for academic excellence in reading, math

Opp City Schools recognized last year’s third and fourth grade students for their scores on the end-of-year standardized assessment last Friday. “We would also like ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

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