East Alabama Local News

East Alabama Local News


The Great American Treasure has been FOUND!

The Great American Treasure has been found! Congratulations to this year’s winners Beth and Braxton Hughes from Beauregard. This year’s treasure was hidden in Monkey Park off the wild-flower trail near the covered bridge.  The Hughes will be enjoying some awesome prizes! Thanks for all that participated in this years hunt. We look forward to another great hunt next year!

Sponsors and Prizes:

Watson Brothers Patio and Hearth- Large Big Green Egg and Large Green Egg Nest.

Holiday Inn Resort Panama City Beach- 4 Day/3 Night Stay

Goree's Furniture- $1,000 worth of Furniture.

Six Flags Over Georgia- 10 General Admission Passes

Hamilton's on Magnolia/ Hamilton's on Ogletree- $300.00 Restaurant Gift Card (Good at either location).

Baumhower's Victory Grill- $150 Restaurant Gift Card

Western Sizzlin- $150 Restaurant Gift Card

Home Instead- $150 Gift Card

Bubba's Medicine Shop- $150 Gift Card

Auburn Bank- $150 Gift Card

Orthopaedic Clinic- $150 Gift Card

Kemp and Sons Printing

This years hiding spot at Monkey Park off the Floral Trail.

Here is a list of this years clues: 

The Treasure Hunt is back; and if you look in the water you won’t find jack!

Looking hard can win you a grill, so steer clear of Griffin Mill.  

 A beach trip would be a great time, so don’t search across the state line.

 When looking here you may see a snake, so stay away from Lee County Lake.

With Gas prices close to Five, Phenix City is too far to drive.


Baseball teams sometimes must rally, but don’t go search in the Valley.

This popular summer spot is close to the line, but looking near Lake Harding isn’t fine.

We know gas prices are making your wallet thin, so don’t search the National Forest for the win.

They cheer for the Blue Devil here, and this year you better stay clear.

Winning an egg would be really sweet, but search in Waverly and you won’t grill any meat.


 We can’t wait for a lucky winner to get paid, so make sure you search in the shade.

This year’s treasure isn’t buried in bark, and don’t search Town Creek Park.

 Today is hump day, and if you’re heading to Society Hill stay away.

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