“Camden Cuisine: It’s on a roll” By Ethan Van Sice

By now it’s no secret that folks in Camden know their way around a kitchen. In recent years, we’ve joined several “Best Of’” lists in nearly every southern culinary league you can think of. Our fried chicken left multibillionaire Mark Zuckerberg so satisfied he gave “Jackson’s” his personal thumb of approval. The no-frills, down home…

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“The Big Daddy Crappie Stump”- Column by M. Hollis Curl

For What It’s Worth -Hollis Curl Did you see the news arti­cle a week or so ago that told about a bridge in Clarke County being named for Ben Rodgers Lee? Ben who? Ben Rodgers Lee, the un­disputed guru of turkey hunt­ers. Ben, you see, was the man who revolutionized the art of calling turkeys…

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Gov. Ivey pulls Sheriff’s Feed Bill Allowance

Effective immediately, county sheriffs will no longer receive an allowance to feed prisoners due to the vast misuse of these funds across the State. Sheriff Earnest Evans was recently cited as a defendant in a legal complaint filed to the Circuit Clerk’s office in Hale County. Evans, along with many others, was cited for violating…

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“Enough is Enough!” an EDITORIAL by Glenda Curl

“Enough is Enough!” By Glenda Curl There is absolutely no doubt that the Absentee Vote is an essential factor in winning an election in Wilcox County. The numbers don’t lie, and it has happened over and over again. Even candidates that are running to try and improve things have had to resort to vying for…

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EDITORIAL: Living with two-year-old human babies

Living with two-year-old human babies By Ethan Van Sice Don’t get me wrong; My niece, Ashlyn, is as smart as they come. Every day, she’s impressing me with new “tricks” that she’s learned, and I have faith that her cognitive development will continue, even beyond the years of counting toes and naming colors. Pretty soon…

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Our County Roads — A Disaster (a message from Impact Wilcox)

Our County Roads — A Disaster Why can’t our County roads be repaired and properly maintained? At the very least, why can’t potholes be filled so that every car ride does not result in more rattles, misalignment, and tire damage? When our current County Commissioners are asked these questions, the answer is always the same…

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