Gov. Bentley announces grant

Gov. Bentley announces grant

Gov. Robert Bentley visited Brundidge Thursday to tour Southern Classic Food Group and to announce the awarding of two grants to the city, totaling $722,300 ... Read more | Add your comment

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Single-vehicle accident leads to injury

Single-vehicle accident leads to injury

A female was airlifted to Southeast Alabama Medical Center in Dothan after a single-vehicle accident on Alabama Highway 223 at the 8 mile marker at ... Read more | Add your comment

Community honors 50th anniversary of Voting Rights Act of 1965

Community honors 50th anniversary of Voting Rights Act of 1965

To honor the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, community members and officials gathered at the Pike County Courthouse Tuesday for a ... Read more | Add your comment

Merrill: Demand accountability

Merrill: Demand accountability

Secretary of State John H. Merrill was the guest speaker at the Wednesday meeting of the Brundidge Rotary Club. Read more | Add your comment

Everybody Works

Everybody Works

The Pike County Chamber of Commerce Education Committee kicked off its “Everybody Works” program at Banks Middle School Wednesday morning. Read more | Add your comment

Bandit takes top honors

The Humane Society of Pike County’s Pet Photo Contest is in the books and it’s all over but the shouting … perhaps, barking. Read more | Add your comment

  1. CLC walks seeks to boost kids’ fitness  | Add your comment
  2. Wild West show coming to Pioneer Days  | Add your comment
  3. It’s a return to Pioneer Days  | Add your comment
  4. FAIR NIGHTS  | Add your comment
  5. Police reports  | Add your comment
  6. BBA Ribbon Cutting  | Add your comment
  7. Brundidge extends budget  | Add your comment
  8. Community health and wellness fair on tap  | Add your comment
  9. Brown Bags and ghost stories on tap at Brundidge Library  | Add your comment
  10. Ramage offers updates on city progress  | Add your comment
  11. Old Barn earns title for steaks  | Add your comment
  12. Mobile man dies in wreck  | Add your comment
  13. FAIR PREP: Workers were busy Monday preparing for the opening of the Pike County Fair.  | Add your comment
  14. City of Troy Fall Party series continues  | Add your comment
  15. Oregon shooting affects Troy  | Add your comment
  16. ‘Mama Save Me’ to debut at Troy University Oct. 10, tickets sold now  | Add your comment
  17. Pike County Fair to open with demolition derby  | Add your comment
  18. PCS PARENT EXPO  | Add your comment
  19. CGI ready to kick off new project live Monday  | Add your comment
  20. Ninth annual Memory Walk set for Oct. 10  | Add your comment
  21. Reception held for Miss, Little Miss Brundidge, Little Miss Troy  | Add your comment
  22. Randall Barr sworn in as police chief  | Add your comment
  23. Hope begins with Men in Pink  | Add your comment
  24. Driver’s license office stays open  | Add your comment

Calendar of events


CONTAINMENT: Trojans hope to keep Dak Prescott in check when they travel to play Mississippi State

CONTAINMENT: Trojans hope to keep Dak Prescott in check when they travel to play Mississippi State

The Trojans close out their non-conference schedule Saturday when they travel to Starkville to play Dak Prescott and the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Trojans return home  | Add your comment
  2. PLAS JV wins sixth game of the year  | Add your comment
  3. Homecoming not a distraction for PCHS Bulldogs  | Add your comment
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Cops, Courts and Fire

Police reports for Oct. 9, 2015

Arrest reports: Wednesday, Oct. 7 Smiley, Sheri Devon, Age 38, Dean Street, Capias Warrant Daniels, Jammie Christopher, Age 35, County Road 4404, Banks, Drug Paraphernalia ... Read more | Add your comment


NOT FOR COPY CATS: TES, PLAS students participate in art program

NOT FOR COPY CATS: TES, PLAS students participate in art program

Classrooms around the county were abuzz with excitement this week. Kids were walking around, talking, laughing and peeking over the shoulders of their classmates. Read more | Add your comment


License office closings shameful barrier to voting

Can anyone seriously believe that the closing of so many driver license offices in so many predominantly black Alabama counties, with all the implications for ... Read more | Add your comment

Columns & Opinions

Alabama has been better for electing Shelby

In 1986 Richard Shelby was a 50-year-old congressman from Tuscaloosa. He was elected to congress eight ... Read more | Add your comment


Now is the time to help those who’ve lost so much

My husband and I were returning from a trip to visit his family in Montgomery on Christmas night and passed by Brantley Mobile Home Park ... Read more | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

The legislature can still finish strong

The Alabama Legislature caught its share of grief after adjourning from the regular session without passing a budget. Read more | Add your comment