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ROBERTSDALE — As a child, Drew Clukey and his sister looked forward to the days when the Professional Cowboys Association Rodeo would come to town. Clukey remembers his mom taking them to the … more
ORANGE BEACH — Denver Persinger, a senior at Spanish For High School, was awarded the second-ever The Wharf Scholarship, worth $10,000. He plans to attend the University of Denver in Colorado, … more
LOXLEY — The Baldwin County Board of Education nominated and approved Jason Woerner as the newest board member during a special meeting on Thursday, May 5. Woerner will serve as the … more
DAPHNE — Rebecca Johnson, a school counselor at Daphne Elementary School, has been named the Alabama School Counselor of the Year by the Alabama School Counselor Association.Johnson has … more
BAY MINETTE – A $2.5-billion aluminum recycling and rolling plant planned for the South Alabama Mega Site will bring 1,000 jobs to the Bay Minette area, project supporters announced Wednesday, May 11. more
ROBERTSDALE — Eight Baldwin County seniors received the Baldwin Proud Future Scholarship award, in the amount of $1,000 each. In addition, these students will be able to reapply for the … more
The beaches of Gulf Shores will host some of the world’s premier names in pop, rock, rap, dance and more May 20-22, and Gulf Coast Media readers have a chance to win two free tickets to the … more
LOXLEY — Both the Baldwin County Board of Education and Orange Beach City Schools have approved a separation agreement as of Thursday, May 5. The move puts the split between the systems on … more
FAIRHOPE — Designs for the new Pelican’s Nest campus coming to downtown Fairhope were recently released. Phase I will include a new outdoor classroom and “living … more
FAIRHOPE – Higher home prices will also mean a higher property tax bill following recent appraisals by the Baldwin County Revenue Commissioner's Office. more
MOBILE, Ala. — The University of Mobile has announced two new scholarships for the fall semester aimed toward students seeking a career in nursing.The Infirmary Health Scholarship for Associate … more
FAIRHOPE — Shaded by large trees and surrounded by blooming flowers sits St. James Episcopal School. Situated beside St. James Episcopal Church on 11 acres, it is the only Episcopal school on … more
ROBERTSDALE — Driving along Highway 59 through Loxley, you'll notice the approximately 70 acres currently being cleared and prepped. Soon, a groundbreaking will take place on the property as … more
The Pelican's Nest recently visited Foley Elementary School's kindergarten students in Mrs. Davis's, Mrs. Kinkead's and Mrs. Shiflett's classes. The students enjoyed an on-campus field trip learning … more
Local student Ricky Parker was recently awarded a $2,500 Remarkable Futures Scholarship from Chick-fil-A. Parker, a 17-year-old senior of Daphne High School, works at Chick-fil-A Daphne.Parker plans … more
FOLEY — A Tennessee man is facing robbery charges after Foley Police responded to a call late Tuesday night at Tom Thumb convenience store on South McKenzie Street. Lanny Ross Coggin of … more
GULF SHORES – Commercial airline flights will be taking off from the Gulf Shores International Airport by September under plans being considered by the city council. more
ROBERTSDALE — While one source of federal funding is not feasible for extending the Baldwin Beach Express, other programs in the new infrastructure bill could provide needed money for local county projects, officials said Thursday, April 21. more
ORANGE BEACH – Design flaws in the new Baldwin County boat launch site on the Intracoastal Waterway have pushed back the official open for the facility, a county statement said Thursday. more
FAIRHOPE — The intersection at County Road 32 and County Road 13 has been closed to motorists since February. The closure is expected to last until Oct. 31, when a new roundabout being … more
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