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Andalusia Schools continue to track COVID cases

The Andalusia City Schools Board of Education received a review of COVID-19 cases within the system during a meeting Monday night. According to a school ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Zack Maio.

Mothers inspired to create children’s smock clothing business

After giving birth to baby boys in 2020, Charlene Payne and Brittany Puckett were so inspired by the love of dressing them that it led ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Zack Maio.

Bailey, 73, returns to school and makes college dean’s list

For 73-year-old Brenda Bailey, “better late than never” is not just a common saying as she received Dean’s List honors at Ultimate Medical Academy. She ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Zack Maio.

Red Oak community receives new fire truck

Firefighters risk their lives every day to protect the community, and pumper tankers are an essential piece of equipment to help rescue those in need. ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Zack Maio.

Smash Mouth Foods offers new take on ‘fast’ food

Tracy and Jared Hawsey wanted to bring a one-of-a-kind food business to Andalusia though not in the typical sense. The father and son launched Smash ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Zack Maio.

John Vick: Thoughts about Afghanistan, Part 1

The sudden recapture of Afghanistan by the Taliban has left many Americans angry and frustrated by the 20-year long war, the longest combat operation in ... Read more

3 weeks ago by John Vick.

OPD seeks suspects for vehicle break-in

The Opp Police Department is searching for two individuals believed to be involved in the theft of items from a vehicle, including firearms. Opp police ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Census: Population down for county

According to the United States Census Bureau, the 2020 Census shows Covington County and Andalusia saw a decline in population numbers since the last census ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Zack Maio.

Evers returns home for new role with county schools

John Evers wants to offer a helping hand to struggling students in his new role as the intervention supervisor for Covington County Schools. As a ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Zack Maio.

Unemployment rate down in Covington County

Covington County recorded a preliminary, seasonally adjusted unemployment rate of 3 percent for July, according to the Alabama Department of Labor. July’s unemployment rate represented ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Robert Blankenship.

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