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Mildred Blanche Krob Evans

October 24, 2017 by Gulf Coast News Today

Mildred Blanche Krob Evans, 83, born in Fairhope, Alabama to Joseph and Blanche Krob, passed away Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017. At an early age she moved to Silverhill and attended Robertsdale High School. Mildred married Ed Evans on Dec. 14, 1951 and ...

Addison Kucera crowned Little Miss Honeybee

October 6, 2017 by Gulf Coast News Today

Gulf Coast News TodayROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Addison Elizabeth Kucera, daughter of Michael and Ashley Kucera of Silverhill, was crowned the 2017 Little Miss Honeybee Friday, Sept. 29 in the old gymnasium at Robertsdale High School. A total of 23 contestants from all ...

Winona C. Knight

September 26, 2017 by Gulf Coast News Today

Gulf Coast News TodayWinona C. Knight, 78, of Robertsdale, Alabama, was born on Oct. 5, 1938 and on Sept. 24, 2017 left this earth to be ... Winona (also known as Granny and (Aunt) Noni) was a member of Robertsdale High School class of 1957. She had a passion for giving ...

The teachable lessons of 'Put the Panic Back in Hispanic'

September 21, 2017 by AL.com

You know the girls I mean. They're in the now-viral photo, taken at a Robertsdale High School pep rally, in which one of them is holding a sign saying "Put the Panic Back in Hispanic" and the other is holding a "Trump - Make America Great Again" banner.

Perez Hilton takes on Robertsdale 'Panic Back in Hispanic' controversy: 'Ridiculous justifications'

September 20, 2017 by AL.com

AL.comPerez Hilton (left) has been Tweeting about a controversial photo from Robertsdale High School that has gone viral on the Internet. On Wednesday, he continued his criticism of the girl who is seen holding the sign that reads, "Put the Panic Back in ...

Superintendent Addresses “Panic in Hispanic” Sign

September 19, 2017 by WKRG

WKRGA student held up a homemade posterboard sign that said, “Put the panic back in Hispanic” during last week's pep rally at Robertsdale High School. Robertsdale was hosting the Spanish Fort Toros football team. A photo of the sign quickly went viral on ...

'Put the panic back in Hispanic:' Pep rally sign causing controversy

September 19, 2017 by WWAY NewsChannel 3

WWAY NewsChannel 3The image shows two students and what looks like a Robertsdale High School mascot at a pep rally, with one girl holding a Trump sign and another with one that read, “Put the panic back in Hispanic.” “That's just disrespectful,” said student Jennifer Lopez.

Baldwin superintendent releases statement on student's controversial 'Panic in Hispanic' sign

September 19, 2017 by FOX10 News

FOX10 NewsA picture shows two girls holding signs and standing alongside the Robertsdale High School mascot. One sign is a "Trump Make America Great Again" banner. The other is a homemade poster that reads, "Put the 'Panic' Back in Hispanic." (Facebook) ...

Students hold up 'Put The Panic Back In Hispanic' sign during pep rally

September 19, 2017 by The Grio

The GrioA student Robertsdale High School in Alabama has issued an apology for a controversial social media post that read, “Put the panic back in Hispanic.” “Put the Panic back in Hispanic. #dontgetbutthurt I'm honestly not gunna care if you do anyways so ...

'Put the Panic in Hispanic" sign at Robertsdale pep rally a 'teachable moment'

September 19, 2017 by AL.com

AL.comThe girl, in her rationale for making the sign, said it wasn't meant to be racist, and that it was directed at Spanish Fort High School -- Robertsdale's opponent on Friday -- whose nickname is the "Toros." "When I first saw it, my reaction was 'I'm ...

'Put the panic back in Hispanic:' Alabama pep rally sign causes controversy

September 19, 2017 by KGO-TV

KGO-TVROBERTSDALE, Alabama --. An Alabama high school pep rally sign is causing controversy nationwide. The image shows two students and what looks like a Robertsdale High School mascot at a pep rally, with one girl holding a Trump sign and another with ...

Alabama High School Students Stir Controversy After Holding 'Put The Panic Back In Hispanic' & 'MAGA' Signs At Pep ...

September 19, 2017 by PerezHilton.com

PerezHilton.comThis is Donald Trump's America in 2017. At a pep rally at Robertsdale High School in Alabama on Friday, two students held signs saying "Put The Panic Back In Hispanic" and "Make America Great Again" in a photo that has now gone viral on social media.

This Student Brought A Blatantly Racist Sign To A Football Rally

September 19, 2017 by Refinery29

Refinery29Eddie Tyler, the superintendent of Baldwin County Public Schools, said the school is investigating the matter: "We are aware of a photo that appears to be taken at a Robertsdale High School football pep rally Friday Sept. 15 that is circulating on ...

Controversial Robertsdale High pep rally sign makes national headlines

September 18, 2017 by FOX10 News

FOX10 NewsA picture shows two girls holding signs and standing alongside the Robertsdale High School mascot. One sign is a "Trump Make America Great Again" banner. The other is a homemade poster that reads, "Put the 'Panic' Back in Hispanic." (Facebook).

An Alabama High School Stirs Up Social Media Controversy

September 18, 2017 by Newburgh Gazette

Newburgh GazetteOn her Facebook page, Krystal Austin Moore wrote, "As a former student and class president of #RobertsdaleHighSchool I am deeply hurt and confused as to why this was accepted as acceptable at a public high school". "This is at Robertsdale High School ...

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