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Living With Purpose


    One of the delights I enjoyed as a child during the warm southern nights in the country, was chasing fireflies, or lightening bugs as we called them. It was exciting to see the tiny flickers of light among the open pastures and in between the pine trees along the woodland way.    When […]

Chiefs down Royals


@ Jay- The Royals hosted rival Northview in Friday night hoping to upset the chiefs, but the Chiefs’ running game proved too much for the short-handed Royals. Northview used a big first half to secure the win, 34-12. Up next for Jay is Lighthouse Christian for homecoming next week. Jay 0 7 0 8-15 Northview […]

Royals Cross Country


The Running Royals went to the starting line this past Saturday morning.  It was a chilly start to the race, on a challenging course, out at the PSC Milton campus hosted by the Washington Wildcats. The Running Royals are family, they encourage one another through the hard miles, the rough days at school, and the long stretch […]

Jay falls to Freeport in OT


Jay (1-2) @ Freeport (2-3) After jumping out on Freeport in the first half, the Royals were unable to finish the job. A strong 3rd quarter by the Bulldogs forced the game into overtime. Freeport scored on their first possession and their extra point. It took Jay one play to score on their possession in […]

Royals fall in Championship


THURSDAY- Baker defeated Jay in the district championship at Jay on Thursday night in 5. 25-23 Baker 25-18 Jay 26-24 Jay 25-23 Baker 15-9 Baker

Royals Advance


The Lady Royals advanced to the district championship by defeating the Northview chiefs on Tuesday night in 3 sets. The Royals will host Baker for the championship on Thursday night at 6pm. Scores from Tuesday vs Northview…25-17, 25-10, 25-21

EREC Sends Line Crews for Hurricane Delta Restoration


October 11, 2020 — EREC has sent line crews to assist our fellow cooperative, DEMCO, in Greenwell Springs, Louisiana, following Hurricane Delta’s landfall Friday evening as a Category 2 storm. DEMCO is one of the largest electric cooperatives in Louisiana, serving 110,000 members in seven southeast parishes of the state. Delta’s path through DEMCO’s service […]

Living With Purpose


    When I first remember running the red dirt roads through the woodlands near my home, I recall a section of the woods that had several colorful trees growing near the edge of the trail. They stood out because most of the trees growing there are pines. The colors were brilliant, and I’ll never […]

Royals win on the road


@ Chipley-The Jay Royals (1-2) went on the road to Chipley on Thursday and got their first win of the season, defeating the Tigers 14-12. Chipley (3-2) scored late on a 40 yard pass play to make the score 14-12. The Tigers then were stopped cold in the backfield for a loss on the two […]

Thursday Night Football


Friday’s game between Chipley and Jay has been bumped up to Thursday night in prepping for possible Hurricane Delta issues this weekend. The game is set for Thursday, at Chipley with a 6pm kickoff.