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Holman officer arrested – $1M bond set

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By   2 days ago

Alabama Department of Corrections officials have confirmed that DeJuan Rudolph, 25, of Atmore, who until Sunday was a correctional officer at William C. Holman Correctional Facility, was arrested for attempting to smuggle drugs and other contraband into the facility. An employee of the Escambia County Jail reported Tuesday that Rudolph remained in the facility, under […]

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Council approves $10.7M budget

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The Atmore City Council – unanimously and without discussion – approved a $10.7 million spending package for Fiscal Year 2017. The fiscal plan was approved during the council meeting held Monday (Sept. 26). City Clerk Becca Smith said the municipal budget represents a “minimal increase” in revenues, with the “level funding” method used to compute […]

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Ernestine Miniard passes away

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By   2 days ago

With the news of Ernestine Miniard’s death Friday, September 23, many folks in this area felt a loss, although the Miniards moved from Atmore several years ago. Still, they were very much a part of this area and our history. Tom and Ernestine Miniard moved from Atmore to Westminster Village in Spanish Fort in February […]

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Stomp the Yard set for Saturday

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Destiny Worship Center will present the 10th annual Stomp the Yard program, billed as a “day of fellowship and a mighty youth explosion,” this Saturday, October 1, at Houston Avery Park. Dr. Bernard Bishop, pastor of the local church, said the “gathering of gifted youth,” which will begin at noon and continue through 5 p.m., […]

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First bale

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By   2 days ago

Father and son Larry and Justin House brought in the first bale of cotton this year at Frank Currie Gin in McCullough. Gin Manager Ron Bailey, right, continued his tradition of presenting a check for $100 to the farmer who brings in the first bale. This was done Friday, September 23, for the bale that […]

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Stabbed Holman officer dies

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By   1 week ago

Alabama Department of Corrections officials reported Friday, September 16, that the William C. Holman Correctional Facility officer who was stabbed in the head by an inmate on September 1 has died as a result of those injuries. Corrections Officer Kenneth Bettis, 44, of Monroeville succumbed to his injuries at 5:35 p.m. on Friday at University […]

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BOE approves capital plan, budget – Opening ceremony held at new Neal HS

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The September 15 meeting of the Escambia County Board of Education was held at the new W.S. Neal High School in East Brewton to coincide with the school’s opening ceremony. The board met earlier than usual, 3 p.m. instead of 4:30 p.m., to conduct business ahead of the 4:30 opening event. Superintendent John Knott began […]

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Taste of the South – With photo gallery

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By   1 week ago

Grill smoke and the aroma from cooking pots filled Atmore’s Heritage Park and spread for several blocks last Thursday (Sept. 15) as nearly two dozen cooks and cooking teams served up an eclectic menu at the 13th annual Taste of the South. The essences of home cooking, along with the event’s reputation, brought nearly 800 […]

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Lancaster appointed JDCC Dean of Instruction

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By   2 days ago

Dr. William Blow, Interim President of Jefferson Davis Community College, has announced the appointment of Mary Beth Lancaster as Dean of Instruction. As the chief instructional officer of the College, Dean Lancaster will be responsible for curriculum and teaching, faculty development and overall academic administration. She will also serve as the contact with governing bodies […]

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‘Serving together’

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Five Escambia County men stepped out of their normal service roles in their community to participate in a new Bay Pines District, United Methodist Men’s Ministry Outreach Program “Serving Together.” Pollard and Brewton United Methodist Men formed a cooking team to provide a fried catfish and hushpuppies meal to 100 participants in an Alabama Catfish […]

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Rotarians hear presentation on Waterfront Missions

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Devin Simmons, center, president of Waterfront Missions, spoke to the Atmore Rotary Club Tuesday, September 20. The Christian organization, which was founded in the Pensacola area in 1949, serves homeless individuals and families. Shown, from left, Rotarian Dennis Bilbo, Devin Simmons and his father-in-law Mick Breault.

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Recognizing patriotism

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By   2 days ago

The American Legion Post 90 Auxiliary is conducting a campaign to honor residents who show their love for country by displaying Old Glory. The Auxiliary recognizes the family at 225 S. 3rd Avenue for their patriotism in displaying the American flag.

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ECMS awarded $10K obesity prevention grant

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If all goes according to plan, hundreds of Escambia County Middle School students will help validate the theory that good nutrition and increased physical activity are key components to the youngsters’ becoming better students and developing better feelings about themselves. ECMS officials received last Thursday a $10,000 grant from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of […]

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Huxford Fall Carnival set

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One of the highlights of Fall is the Huxford Elementary School Fall Carnival. This year’s event is set for Thursday, October 6, from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. The evening will feature games, the Country Store, silent auction, cake walk, bouncy house, and obstacle course. Kiona Ice (cash only) and food will be provided by […]

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2 new databases available at APL

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The Alabama Public Library Service (APLS) has announced the much anticipated arrival of two new databases: ProQuest’s Ancestry Library Edition and Gale’s Chilton Library. Both are available at Atmore Public Library. Ancestry Library Edition In celebration of Alabama’s bicentennial, Ancestry Library Edition (ALE) is now available for use at all Alabama public libraries. This puts billions […]

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Ella Rae Custard

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Michael Leslie Custard Jr. and Karma Rae Thornton of Atmore announce the birth of their daughter, Ella Rae Custard. Ella Rae was born at 9:04 a.m. on August 19, 2016 at North Baldwin Infirmary in Bay Minette. She weighed 5.9 pounds and was 18 inches long. Her grandparents are Connie and William Thornton of Ft. […]

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Celebrating 102

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Friends and family gathered Friday, September 23, at Atmore Nursing Center to celebrate Ella Knight’s 102nd birthday. Shown are, from left, seated, Rickey Samuel, Ella Knight, James Knight; standing, Robert Knight, Canisha Samuel, Minister Isabell Brazzell, Margie Pierce, Dorothy Pierce, Gladys Pierce, Doris Knight, Jaylan Bush, Carolyn Brown, and Jasper Brown.

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Classens celebrating 50th anniversary

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Roy and Miriam Classen are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary, August 12, 2016. Roy and Miriam were married in Phoenix, Arizona, August 12, 1966. They are parents of four children, Denise, Kevin, Andrea, Juanita, and they have 13 grandchildren. The Classens are retired from farming. Their children are having a card shower and ask that if you […]

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Introducing William Dewitt Cruit

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Leslie and Pamela Cruit of Atmore, Ala., proudly announce the birth of their son, William Dewitt Cruit. He was born Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 10:24 a.m. at North Baldwin Hospital, Bay Minette, Ala. William weighed 8 pounds and was 19 ½ inches long. His paternal grandparents are Glen and Carol Dreadin of Huxford, Ala., […]

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Introducing Paisley Kate Lambeth

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Phillip and Sandra Lambeth of Flomaton, Ala. proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Paisley Kate Lambeth. She was born Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 2:21 p.m. at West Florida Hospital, Pensacola, Fla. Paisley weighed 7 lbs. 10 oz. and was 19 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Stephen and Gail Brown of Atmore, Ala. Paternal […]

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Strand Theatre hosts historic wedding

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By   2 months ago

By MISSIE TSCHIDA Special to Atmore News History was made Saturday evening, July 9, as the Strand Theatre hosted its first wedding under the management of Pride of Atmore. In true historic style, the overall theme of the wedding was based on the Flapper trend of the 1920s. In the evening ceremony, Cory Simon and […]

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Welcome to the world, Jaylen Cordell Lewis

By   3 months ago

Jaylen Cordell Lewis was born June 20, 2016, at North Baldwin Infirmary at 6:17 a.m. to Catherine Lewis and Desmond Bishop, both of Atmore. Jaylen weighed 8 lbs. 10 oz., and was 21 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Amy Lewis of Atmore and Eddie Lewis of Colorado. Paternal grandparents are Abe and Deborah Bishop of […]

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Thomley celebrates 80th birthday

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By   3 months ago

Sylvester Thomley enjoyed a cake and ice cream celebration with friends and family on his 80th birthday, June 11. Mr. Thomley is retired from the Baldwin County School System and Alabama Dry Dock and Ship Building Company. He still raises cattle and farms in Perdido. Mr. Thomley and his wife have three children, Magi Thomley […]

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Devils rally to beat Hillcrest, notch season’s 2nd win

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Escambia County High’s football team shook a giant monkey off its back last Friday (Sept. 23). The Blue Devils, winners of just one game in each of the past two seasons, rallied in the second half and improved to 2-3 with a decisive 34-14 win over Hillcrest that put a damper on the Jaguars’ homecoming […]

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Cougars fall in OT after 4-quarter slugfest with Eagles

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By JOEY QUIMBY News Sports Writer Escambia Academy’s Cougars fought tooth and nail with last year’s Mississippi Class 1A state runner-up for four quarters Friday (Sept. 23) before falling to Resurrection Catholic by a point in overtime, 21-20 at Batchelor Field. After the regulation clock expired with the teams knotted at 14, the visiting Eagles […]

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JUB comes up short against Excel in barn-burner

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By   2 days ago

By COLTON NETTLES News Sports Writer J.U. Blacksher and local rival Excel almost warped the scoreboard last Friday (September 23) before the host Bulldogs came up short and the visiting Panthers claimed a 40-33 win. Excel jumped out to an early lead, but Blacksher kept chipping away until the clock wound down. The Panthers got […]

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Ward, Edwards help lead Chiefs past Vancleave

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By LEXXI BAGGETT News Sports Writer The Northview Chiefs are on a roll. Another Friday night, another victory. With a 25-3 win over Vancleave, Miss., which has not won a game this season, the Chiefs are gearing up for the remainder of their season, especially their next home game, which will be October 14’s homecoming […]

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Cougars pluck Eagles, roll to 56-19 region win

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By JOEY QUIMBY News Sports Writer The Eagles of Jackson Academy made the drive to Canoe last Friday (Sept. 16) to take on the Cougars in Escambia Academy’s first region home game of the young season. In what started as a barn-burner but quickly fizzled out, they went home with their feathers ruffled, on the […]

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Bulldogs drop 52-27 decision to visiting Bulldogs

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By COLTON NETTLES News Sports Writer J.U Blacksher, fresh off a win against Choctaw County the previous week, lost its momentum and its second home game of the season last Friday (Sept. 16), a 52-27 setback at the hands of Washington County in a battle of Bulldogs. Blacksher opened the game with the first of […]

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Chiefs cage Tigers, roll to 41-6 win

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By LEXXI BAGGETT News Sports Writer I told you last week that we needed full-blown pep rallies at Northview High to make sure our boys were pepped, and I was right. Last Friday’s home game (Sept.16) was prefaced with a spirit-filled pep rally that apparently set the team into action, as the Chiefs defeated Chipley […]

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Blue Devils fall to powerful Andalusia, 54-0

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Escambia County High got a first-hand look at why Andalusia is one of the state’s top-ranked Class 4A football teams. The Bulldogs, who were ranked fifth in last week’s poll, completely shut down ECHS’s offense and shredded its defense on the way to a 54-0 win last Friday (Sept. 16). The small and inexperienced Blue […]

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Wiggins graduates Cum Laude at AU

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By   2 days ago

John W. Wiggins graduated Cum Laude from Auburn University on August 6, 2016 with a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering and a minor in Business and was also a graduate of the Auburn University Cooperative Education program. Wiggins is a member of Theta Chi and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. He currently works for BP in Chicago, Ill. […]

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‘Try Engineering’ takes place at Perdido MS

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Students in Mrs. Tereasa Cruz’s eighth-grade Career Tech classes have been actively involved in a series of engineering projects that began with exploring the tallest buildings in the world, how they were designed and constructed. Working in teams, they first developed a plan on paper. Using a progressive approach of “building materials,” students first tried building […]

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Students helping other students read

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On Thursday September 15, the Perdido School Library received a $1,000 gift from the boys and girls who participated in the 2016 Summer Vacation Bible School at Guy’s Chapel United Methodist Church. These Perdido School students made personal donations throughout their VBS week experience. This generous “love gift” will be used to make sure all […]

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All about parachutes at Perdido Elementary

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Perdido Elementary School fifth-graders in Jill Jones’ science class recently put their knowledge of eight science and engineering practices to use in creating parachutes. Their assignment was to build a parachute that would safely land a raw egg. To begin with, they asked questions and defined the problem: how to design and build a parachute […]

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5 new faculty members at JDCC

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Jefferson Davis Community College is pleased to announce the addition of five new faculty members in career technical instructional areas for the 2016-2017 academic year. According to Dr. William Blow, Interim President of JDCC, “Instructors in career technical fields such as nursing, industrial engineering technology and welding are scarce and often difficult to recruit. We are […]

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Students prepare for stock market game with professional help

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Perdido Middle School students in Ms. Gerri McDonald’s Gifted Enrichment class are gearing up for the Stock Market Game, which begins in late September. Many of these students have been competing in this “real-time,” “real-world” simulation since fourth grade. To help the students gain a broader perspective of economics, as well as answer their many […]

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RP Elementary Star Students

By   3 weeks ago

This is the first group of Star Students at Rachel Patterson Elementary School for the new school year. Shown are, from left, front, Khloe Brown, Kori Dailey, Dexter Pace, Adalia White, Elycia McMillan, Jaliya Hazley, Tykeria Wiggins; middle, Jaliyah King, London Forney, Mikera Baldwin, Jabarie Knight, Ariyana Knight, Alicia Hale, Breanna Richardson; back, Luke Penner, […]

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Grandparents Day at ACM

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By   3 weeks ago

Every year, the administration, faculty and staff of A.C. Moore Elementary School invite grandparents to come have lunch with their grandchildren at the school. Students love having them visit their school. Shown at this year’s Grandparents Day Thursday, September 1, are students Zykel Jones, left, and Tayshawn James with their lunch guests Jacqueline Dortch and […]

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Love benefit planned

By   2 weeks ago

A Love Benefit for the Rev. Robert Davis is set for Saturday, September 17, at 6 p.m., at Mt. Gillead Missionary Baptist Church. The theme is Neighbors Helping Neighbors and Friends Helping Friends. The event is sponsored by the Mt. Gillead Missionary Baptist Church Male Chorus. All are invited to come out and enjoy gospel […]

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Groundbreaking held for Abundant Life Church

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By   3 weeks ago

The official groundbreaking ceremony was held Saturday, September 3, for Abundant Life Church of Deliverance at 1102 E. Nashville Avenue. Members and clergy were joined by several dignitaries from other churches for the event. The opening song, “Thank You Lord,” was presented by Bishop J.L. Bankes Sr. Chief Apostle Carolyn Bankes gave the Occasion. Scripture […]

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Gaines Chapel AME burns mortgage, marks anniversary

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Members of Gaines Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Atmore gathered on Sunday (Aug. 28) to celebrate not only the church’s 111th year of existence, but also the recent retirement of more than $150,000 of indebtedness. After nearly two hours of preaching, praying and singing, the congregation marched in two groups out of the church […]

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Bethel to host The Nelons

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Bethel United Methodist Church will host The Nelons in concert Saturday, September 3, at 6 p.m. A love offering will be received. The church is located at 5191 Highway 21, Atmore. Pictured at The Nelons, from left, Kelly, Autumn, Jason and Amber

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Gaines Chapel celebrating anniversary, burning the mortgage

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The congregation of Gaines Chapel A.M.E. Church will celebrate the 111th year Church Anniversary and conduct a Mortgage Burning Ceremony Sunday, August 28, at 11 a.m. The speaker for the occasion will be the Rev. Irrmatine Chastang, pastor of Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, Brewton. Pastor the Rev. Amos Smith, Presiding Elder the Rev. Dr. Jacqquelyn […]

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Help Rev. Tucker help flood victims

By   1 month ago

The Rev. Dr. Monroe Tucker Jr. of Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church is collecting supplies for Baton Rouge, Louisiana flood victims. He plans to take a load to the area this Friday. “This is a small effort from Atmore,” he said, but he’s expecting to make a big difference in some people’s lives. Rev. Tucker […]

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Destiny hosting ‘tag team’ revival

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Destiny Worship Center will host a Tag Team Revival Sunday through Wednesday, August 28-31, 7 p.m. each night. The theme for the services is “Finally Free.” Teaming up for this unique revival are Dr. Bernard Bishop, pastor of Destiny Worship Center, and Prophet Shawn Williams, youth pastor of Jones Street True Pentecostal Holiness Church, Atmore. […]

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Prayers lifted at Midnight Cry

By   1 month ago

Friday night marked the Midnight Cry prayer service at Destiny Worship Center. This was a community led prayer for everyone. The doors of the Center were opened from midnight to daybreak with continual prayers being made for the city, city officials, firefighters, policemen, families, prison system, school board, sickness and diseases, and so much more. […]

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No more ransom payments to Iran

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By Congressman Bradley Byrne On June 24, 2015, President Obama stood in the Roosevelt Room of the White House and said “I am reaffirming that the United States government will not make concessions, such as paying ransom, to terrorist groups holding American hostages.” This position shouldn’t have been too surprising because it has long been […]

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Inside the Statehouse

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By Steve Flowers Alabama’s most famous political restaurant and watering hole for 50 years was Montgomery’s Elite Restaurant. Until it closed about 1995, the Elite (pronounced “E-light”) was the place to eat and be seen. Many a political deal was struck at its back tables. Legislators, politicians, and socialites in Montgomery frequented the famous establishment. […]

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Legion Auxiliary touches lives

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To the editor: I would like to start off by thanking the American Legion Auxiliary for funding, sponsoring, and putting together Girls State week for all of us Alabama girls. It is because of their kindness to sponsor so many of us to attend. Since their start in 1919, their goal has been to impact, […]

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Thank you from the American Legion Auxiliary

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To the editor: We would like to thank everyone who bought tickets in our recent fundraising effort. Your participation was very beneficial to our programs. If you have not heard, the winner drawn was Bub Gideons! Congratulations. The drawing was done at the District Meeting held Saturday, September 17, by past Commander Wayne Stacey. Mary […]

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Leading the fight against poverty

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By Congressman Bradley Byrne 19.2 percent. That number represents the percentage of people in Alabama who live in poverty. The number comes out to over 900,000 people. I recently set out to learn more about poverty in our area by visiting local organizations that are committed to helping the poor. I spoke not only with […]

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Inside the Statehouse

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By Steve Flowers There is no truer adage in the political world than “all politics is local.” Therefore, the best politics and the best governing in the state are at the local level. The mayors of cities and towns throughout Alabama are the real governors of the state. Running a city is a full-time job. […]

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ASDE approves Sentance – Surprise!

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By Larry Lee As a rule, state school board meetings are amicable with emotions kept well in check. Not the one today, Sept. 8, 2016. But given how contentious the selection of a new state superintendent has been over the last couple of months, today should not have surprised anyone. Today was when the board faced approving, […]

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Goodbye Lake Wobegon

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By Harvey H. (“Hardy”) Jackson I read the other day that Garrison Keillor is retiring. I’m gonna miss him. Back in the 80s, it seemed that everybody who was anybody was listening to Keillor and “A Prairie Home Companion” on Public Radio. You could not carry on a conversation with people in-the-know unless you knew […]

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The Flag – A Love Story

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By   3 months ago

by DWIGHT ALLEN It was the summer of 1939 in southern Illinois. A happy, smiling 5-year-old boy in shorts and sandals was standing on the sidewalk with his favorite possession, an American flag, held proudly across his chest. His dad had just told him, “We’re going back to Texas, it’s time to get you started […]

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Rolling Jails

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By   7 months ago

So Wade Cox called me one day and said he had something at his place that I might be interested in for a story. His place being Westside Salvage. Wade has a bunch of stuff at his business, and it’s all kinds of stuff. What he told me was indeed interesting but I couldn’t do […]

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Vanessa Maholovich honors husband's memory – Look for Vanessa in the Atmore News booth

By   11 months ago

About 18 months ago, I felt an inexplicable connection when I met Vanessa Maholovich (now Carden). She and I were among around 20 women in Nancy Helton’s Zumba class. Little did Vanessa and I know then how close we would eventually become. Now we both believe a higher power led us to meet in order […]

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The man

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By   1 year ago

  I keep digital pictures on my computer forever. When I took this picture in April 2004, I saved it in my computer as “the man.” I didn’t know his name. Like me, you had probably seen him walking around town. A decided limp. When I was in the bank drive-thru one day, I saw […]

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Mae’s Journey: Tidings of Comfort and Joy

By   2 years ago

          “This experience has renewed my faith in the human spirit.” Vickie Clark, Birmingham             “We think of Mae as an inspiration for all lost and stray pets.” Brandon James Thanksgiving came early for Birmingham resident Vickie Mitchell Clark. On November12 she was reunited at Atmore PCI Animal Control (commonly known as the animal shelter) […]

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The Final Salute – Elwood E. Barden, Sr. Buried at Arlington National Cemetery

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By   2 years ago

After Mr. Elwood E. Barden, Sr., age 93, passed away on June 18th, a lovely service was held for him at Atmore’s First Baptist Church. However, because the celebrated World War II veteran would be buried at a later date in Arlington National Cemetery, his wife of 69 years, “Miss Ruby,” and their family would […]

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‘A Secret Life’

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By   2 years ago

Mini-review by BONNIE BARTEL LATINO Lee Meriwether Carver’s latest novel, “A Secret Life,” is her best yet! I had the pleasure of reading an ARC (Advanced Read Copy) for a book jacket endorsement. The book published in late August. It is available in eBook and paper at Amazon.com.  Lee skillfully weaves history with fiction to […]

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Unclaimed Baggage Center

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By   2 years ago

Following is an excerpt from an article in the September issue of “atmore” magazine. Unclaimed Baggage Center is located in Scottsboro, Alabama. Well, it’s hard to know where to start about UBC. I’m sure many of you know about it. The “store” covers a city block, and is packed with items people had in their […]

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Obituaries for the week of September 28, 2016

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William G. Hill Mr. William G. Hill, age 76, passed away Monday, September 19, 2016 in Flomaton, Ala. He was a native of Sylvester, Ga. and has resided in Flomaton for the past thirty years. He retired from the Alabama State Correction System. He was a member of the American Quarter Horse Association and Unity […]

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Obituaries for the week of September 21, 2016

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Berry Lynn Ross Mr. Berry Lynn Ross, age 47, of Poarch, Ala., passed away Monday, September 12, 2016 in Atmore, Ala. He was a member of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians and served on the Tribal Council. He was born in Pasadena, Texas to Eugene R. and Marilyn Morris Ross. He was preceded in […]

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Obituaries for the week of September 14, 2016

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Dolly Shipp Mrs. Dolly Shipp, age 85, passed away Tuesday, September 6, 2016 in Poarch, Ala. She was a native of Little River, Ala., former resident of McCullough, Ala. and has resided in Atmore, Ala. for the past twenty years. She was of the holiness faith. She was preceded in death by her husband, James […]

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Obituaries for the week of September 7, 2016

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Ora Mae Bryars White Mrs. Ora Mae Bryars White, age 81, of Perdido, Ala., passed away Friday, September 2, 2016 in Mobile, Ala. She was retired from Vanity Fair Mills. She was born in Perdido to the late Orie W. and Lilly Modelle Long Bryars. She was a member of Perdido Church of God, and […]

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Obituaries for the week of August 31, 2016

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Malcolm Corum Major, Jr. Mr. Malcolm Corum Major, Jr., age 73, passed away Tuesday, August 23, 2016 in Atmore, Ala. He was a native of Pensacola, Fla., former resident of Bratt, Fla. and has resided in Atmore most of his life. He was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force; retired from Vanity Fair with […]

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Obituaries for the week of August 24, 2016

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Donna Mae Messer Ms. Donna Mae Messer, age 53, of Atmore, Ala., passed away Wednesday August 17, 2016 in Atmore. She was a homemaker. She was born in Atmore to the late George M. and Juanita Presley Messer. She was of the Baptist faith. She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, […]

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Obituaries for the week of August 17, 2016

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Joseph Salvador De Seno Mr. Joseph Salvador De Seno, age 72, of Atmore, Ala., passed away Tuesday, August 9, 2016. He was born in Mobile, Ala. to the late John S. and Ruth Welsh De Seno. He served in the United States Army. Mr. De Seno is survived by his wife, Ronee De Seno of […]

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Obituaries for the week of August 10, 2016

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Douglas Lambert Mr. Douglas Lambert, age 74, passed away Monday, August 1, 2016 at a local nursing home. He was born in Fruitdale, Ala. and was a resident of Atmore, Ala. for most of his life. He was preceded in death by his wife of fifty years, Nellie Ann Lambert; parents, Angus Lambert and Emma […]

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