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Fleeing felon captured

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By   6 days ago

A suspect wanted on escape charges was captured in the early morning hours of Sunday, July 26, by deputies from the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO). Mykail Johnson, 18, of Sowell Road, Brewton, was arrested after a brief chase in a wooded area near Woods Road north of Atmore, near Freemanville. According to ECSO Chief […]

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Peebles named AFD chief

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By   6 days ago

Ronald Peebles was named the new chief of the Atmore Fire Department by Mayor Jim Staff, and even though Peebles is a familiar face around town, many may not know much about the man who is responsible for one of the major departments in the community. Peebles is a native son of the Atmore area, […]

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Brewton teen charged with arson, attempted murder

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By   6 days ago

A Brewton teen was arrested Sunday morning, July 26, for setting her home on fire with four people inside the home. Love Freedom Rutledge, 17, was arrested after the house she lived in at 3470 McGoogan Road was set ablaze with four people still asleep inside. All four escaped the blaze, but one was seriously […]

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Council welcomes Peebles, Grace

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By   6 days ago

Atmore Mayor Jim Staff announced the individuals chosen to head two departments at the Amore City Council meeting Monday, July 27. “We lost 98 years of experience,” Staff said. “But we are replacing them with 56 years of experience. It is a great thing that we are replacing both [the outgoing department heads] with people […]

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Revitalizing downtown Atmore

By   6 days ago

A small contingent of concerned citizens met at Atmore City Hall Thursday, July 23, with one common interest: the revitalization of the downtown business district and breathing new life into an area threatened by vacancies and business closures. Foster Kizer organized the meeting, attended by 17 people including downtown business owners, building owners, city officials […]

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GECA opens ‘Trailer Park’

By   6 days ago

One of the funniest musicals to come out of New York in years, “The Great American Trailer Park Musical,” will open in Atmore this Thursday, July 30, for a four-show run at the Greater Escambia Center for the Arts, 100 S. Trammell Street. Come be a part of the lives of seven unique characters living […]

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Noise ordinance to be enforced

By   7 days ago

The following press release was issued Tuesday afternoon, July 28: Atmore Police Department will be strictly enforcing the City of Atmore, Noise Nuisance Ordinance. Chief of Police Chuck Brooks states that the levels of noise that are coming from vehicles, parties, stores and neighborhoods has continually been rising. This disturbs the neighbors, neighborhoods and citizens […]

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Poarch Creek Indians response to Governor Bentley’s remarks

By   2 weeks ago

The following press release was issued Wednesday, July 22, by Poarch Creek Indian Tribal Chair/CEO Stephanie A. Bryan: Our Tribe is genuinely committed to being part of the solution to Alabama’s financial crisis. We believe that these difficult times demand bold action on the part of everyone in a position to help our State. We […]

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FUMC VBS youth help Save the Strand

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By   6 days ago

By MISSIE TSCHIDA The youth who attended vacation Bible school at First United Methodist Church last week participated in a fundraiser as a part of the program. In a boys vs girls contest, followed by an auction on closing night, they raised an impressive $1,000 to present to the Save the Strand Committee. Said Bub […]

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Benefit planned

By   6 days ago

Sandra Hallford and her family are in need of help. She was recently widowed and her late husband, George Hallford, did not have insurance. Sandra is currently unable to work due to health issues and is without income. A benefit gospel singing and auction is planned to help Sandra. All the activities will take place […]

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Legos at the library

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By   6 days ago

As part of the summer program, the Atmore Public Library hosts Legos sessions. Sets of Legos and books are furnished by the library, and all the kids have to bring is their imagination. On Thursday, July 23, we caught up with some of the engineers.

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RS student leaders attend conference

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By   6 days ago

Six Reid State student leaders recently attended a leadership conference – Cecily Blackmon, Repton; Nancy Hardee, Forest Home; Davisha Johnson, Atmore; Alia Maye, Evergreen; Shirley Maye, Evergreen; and Clarissa Walden, Andalusia. The 2015 Student Leadership Institute was held July 9 and 10 at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville. Entitled “Lights, Camera…Reel Action,” the meeting […]

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Karrick attends regional conference

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By   6 days ago

Nancy Karrick attended the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Southeast Regional Conference in Savannah, Georgia, July 13-18. The first two-and- a-half days were spent with the other 10 southeastern presidents at a Leadership Development Seminar. At the opening session on Wednesday night, Nancy was introduced as the Alabama State Organization President during the Flag Presentation […]

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Supplying students for success

By   6 days ago

The Escambia Baptist Association (EBA) of churches is gearing up to supply free backpacks with selected school supplies to any elementary grade student in Escambia County on a first come, first serve basis. The backpacks will be available at two Atmore locations, Brooks Memorial Baptist Church, 904 McRae Street, and Calvary Baptist Church, 2121 Jack […]

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Check it out

By   6 days ago

Check out the new arrivals at Atmore Public Library. Also, this month, several patrons share their opinions of the new books they’ve read. Five stars is the top rating. Patrons rate new arrivals Pat Windham: “Beach Town” by Mary Kay Andrews – 5 stars Sarah Hall: “Blueprints” by Barbara Delinsky – 3 stars Milton Adams: […]

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Nolin Godwin donates to Harvey’s foundation

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By   6 days ago

When school is back in session and students talk or write about “What I Did on My Summer Vacation,” Nolin Godwin will have a story to tell. Nolin and his parents, Gordon and JoLynn Godwin, visited noted marine biologist and artist Guy Harvey in the Cayman Islands. Guy and Nolin struck up a friendship a […]

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Ann Howell celebrating 100th birthday

By   2 weeks ago

Ann Walker Howell of the Hall’s Fork community of Baldwin County will celebrate her 100th birthday this year on August 2. A reception in her honor will be held August 1 at the Perdido Fire Department from 2 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Howell was born in 1915 in McCullough. In 1937, she married Elvin Howell […]

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Mack, Kemp exchange vows

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By   1 month ago

Karma Lynelle Kemp and Brooks Lloyd Mack exchanged wedding vows Saturday, January 10, 2015, at Fairview Mennonite Church in Kalona, Iowa. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kemp of Kalona. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Margaret G. Mack and the late Ennis Mack of Atmore, Ala. Mrs. Mack is […]

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Poole-Roanoke celebrates 80th birthday

By   1 month ago

Willie Mae Poole-Roanoke was honored with an 80th birthday celebration Saturday, June 20, at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, Robinsonville. Guests included Debbie Roanoke, Jadea Roanoke, Robert and Annie Leslie Poole, Barbara Poole Harris, Lantoria Harris, Delarrian Poole Jr., Delarrian Poole Sr., Lee and Tameka Poole Williams, Miracle Williams, Ann Kylow, Randy Johnson Jr., Casandra […]

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James, Fenner exchange vows

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By   2 months ago

Cheryl James and Warren Fenner, Jr. exchanged wedding vows outdoors at the home of the bride’s mother in Atmore, Ala. June 3, 2015. The bride is the daughter of Pat James Hall of Atmore and the late Clifton James. She is the granddaughter of Carlie James. The bridegroom is the son of Warren Fenner, Sr. […]

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Dorothy Drew celebrates 98th

By   2 months ago

Dorothy Reynolds Drew celebrated her 98th birthday with immediate family Sunday, June 7, at The Meadows in Atmore. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Drew’s children – T. Wayne Drew, McCullough; Deanie Drew Booker, Huxford; and B. Ray Drew, Gainesville, Ga. Special guest, Mr. James Smith, lifelong friend and also a resident of The Meadows, offered […]

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Cooper, McMillan to exchange vows

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By   2 months ago

Ken and Dawn Cooper of Atmore, Ala. proudly announce the engagements of their daughter, Courtney Brooke Cooper of Atmore to Hartwood Oliver (Mac) McMillan, III, also of Atmore. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Mildred and Thomas Bethea of Flomaton, Ala. and the late Katherine and Benjamin Cooper of Atmore. The prospective groom […]

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Welcome to the world, Thomas James “TJ” Jones

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By   3 months ago

Nick and Lisa Jones of East Bethel, Minnesota proudly announce the birth of their son, Thomas James “TJ” Jones. TJ was born Saturday, May 9, 2015. He weighed 9 pounds and was 19 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Tom and Missie Tschida of Atmore, Ala. Paternal grandparents are Doug and Adele Jones of St. […]

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Cameron, Lane to wed

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By   3 months ago

Mr. and Mrs. James Cameron of Range, Ala. and Kaylen Fore (daughter) of Atmore, Ala. proudly announce the engagement of their daughter and mother, Amanda Cameron to Jordan Randall Lane. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Roberta Bruno and the late Floyd Bruno and the late James Duncan Cameron and the late Carolyn Griffin. The […]

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EA competes in Tenn. 7 on 7

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By   2 weeks ago

Head football coach Hugh Fountain took his state champion Escambia Academy (EA) Cougars football team to Tennessee this past weekend, July 17 and 18, to compete in a 7 on 7 football tournament at the University of Tennessee campus at Chattanooga. The team represented Atmore admirably, making it through the pool rounds on Friday and […]

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PCI hosts NAYO tournament

By   2 weeks ago

Hundreds of people were in the area last weekend as Poarch Creek Indian youth baseball hosted the Native American Youth Organization baseball tournament at Tom Byrne Park and on the fields at Poarch. The crowds were great and the competition intense as boys and girls, ages 7 through 18 filled the fields in several divisions. […]

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One for the team

By   3 weeks ago

Escambia County High School (ECHS) head football coach Royce Young is seeking Atmore businesses that are willing to sponsor a home game in the upcoming ECHS football season. “Football is the most expensive sport most schools offer,” Young said. “We are trying to avoid the pay-for-play many schools have gone to where students have to […]

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EA hires 2 new coaches

By   1 month ago

A reception was held Sunday afternoon, June 28, for the two new coaches at Escambia Academy. Softball coach Allie Park played at Webster University, Central Alabama Community College and Charles Henderson High School. She was named Super 12 Player of the Year in 2005. She has coached at Pike Liberal Arts School Troy; Hooper Academy […]

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MLK league results

By   2 months ago

The Martin Luther King baseball league announced the results of games played the week of June 4 through 11. On June 4, the United Bank Braves defeated West Escambia Utilities Blue Flames 14-1. The Braves’ winning pitcher was Sheldon Williams, who struck out 8, scored 3 runs with 2 hits. Xavier Finney, Keon Malone, Jacori […]

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Cal Ripken District 7 tournament brackets (12 and under tournament)

By   2 months ago

Murray Johnson, Tournament Director, 251-294-1128

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Strikes crowns champs

By   2 months ago

The Strikes Bowling Alley at Wind Creek Entertainment named its champions for the Monday and Tuesday night leagues at a gathering of the league bowlers Tuesday night, May 26. Each league pitted the champions of the first half of the year against the champions of the second half in a three-game series for the championship. […]

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Atmore students complete Troy IMPACT

By   6 days ago

Troy University is pleased to announce new students who have completed IMPACT orientation and enrolled in classes for the Fall 2015 semester. Atmore residents who will attend Troy University are Wesley Hostetler, Perry Metzler, Anna Sasser, Megan Fournier, and Benjamin Huber. Troy University is a public, historic, international university with more than 145,000 alumni.

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Events planned at ACM

By   2 weeks ago

If you have children at A.C. Moore Elementary, you’ll want to take note of the following events. Thursday, July 30, 6 p.m. – Pre-K orientation for all parents of pre-K students who were selected for the program. Monday, August 10, 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. – Meet the Teacher – Parents will be able to […]

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Caddell completes study abroad

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By   4 weeks ago

Constance Marie Caddell completed a Study Abroad program in Denmark with other students and faculty. They also visited Sweden and Amsterdam. Constance is the daughter of former Atmore resident Margaret Holt Caddell, 1969 graduate of Escambia County High School and graduate of Tuskegee Institute. Constance’s late grandmother is long-time Atmore resident Wilcie M. Carter Holt. […]

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Colbert graduates Summa Cum Laude

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By   1 month ago

Jordan Allene Colbert of Perdido graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Alabama Culverhouse College of Commerce & Business Administration and Honors College with a double major Bachelors of Science degree in Finance and Economics at the University of Alabama’s commencement ceremony, held on May 2, 2015. Colbert participated in various volunteer work including […]

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Enon VBS journey

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By   3 weeks ago

The young and the young at heart had a great time during Enon Baptist Church’s vacation Bible school as they took a Journey Off the Map. But this was more than VBS – it was an opportunity to share. VBS offerings were donated to Pilots for Christ in Monroeville. The amount raised was $1,478, the […]

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Rev. Spikes to speak at Lottie UMC

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By   2 months ago

The Rev. Jean Spikes will bring the homecoming message at Lottie United Methodist Church Sunday, June 14, at 11 a.m. Covered dish lunch will follow the service. All are invited to attend. The Rev. Gerald “Judd” Coggin III is the pastor.

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Beulah Camp meeting set

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By   2 months ago

The annual Beulah Camp meeting begins Thursday, June 11, at 7 p.m. and goes through June 21. This year, Beulah Camp celebrates 75 years of teaching adults, youth, and children the Biblical call to a life of holiness. Services are as follows: * Bible study each morning at 9:30 a.m., with the Rev. Dale Dorothy […]

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Destiny TV to present Praise-A-Thon 2015

By   2 months ago

By TOM TSCHIDA Destiny TV will host Praise-A-Thon 2015 beginning Wednesday, June 3, at 6 p.m. This year, Praise-A-Thon will be bigger and better than ever before! For the first time, in order to include those who retire early, afternoon segments will be held both Thursday and Friday from 2 to 4 p.m., as well […]

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Greater Mount Triumph to celebrate Pastor and First Lady’s anniversary

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The Pastoral Committee, officers and members of Greater Mount Triumph Missionary Baptist Church invite everyone to come and worship with them as they celebrate the twelfth-year anniversary of their Pastor and First Lady the Pastor Willie and Sister Carolyn Hawthorne. The theme for this year’s celebration is “A Man of Integrity Being Led by God.” […]

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‘Fight Back with Joy’

By   2 months ago

Celebrate more, regret less, stare down your greatest fears. First Presbyterian Church invites the ladies of the Atmore community to their summer Bible study, “Fight Back with Joy,” by Margaret Feinberg, beginning Wednesday, June 24, at 9:30 a.m. Child care will be provided. Margaret Feinberg shows how joy is more than whimsy; it’s the weaponry […]

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Williams to be honored

By   3 months ago

The congregation of Jones Street True Pentecostal Holiness Church will honor the church founder and pastor Bishop Dr. Willie L. Williams on the occasion of his 77th birthday. The celebration is set for Thursday, May 21, 7 p.m., at the church. The evening will include gospel singing and words of encouragement by Elder Jason Potts […]

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Church to honor Carolyn Hawthorne

By   3 months ago

Greater Mount Triumph Baptist Church will hold a special service Saturday, May 23, 6 p.m., in the church fellowship hall. The Hat Bazaar and Love Night celebration will honor Carolyn Hawthorne, wife of Greater Mount Triumph Pastor Willie Hawthorne.

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We must stand up for life

By   6 days ago

By Congressman Bradley Byrne As the proud father of four children (and as a new grandfather), I have great appreciation for the value of a human life. Every child deserves the opportunity to live a long and prosperous life. That’s why I was so angered by a recent video in which abortion doctors from Planned […]

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Budget crisis lacks leadership – Common sense in short supply

By   6 days ago

I have read dozens of articles about the looming budget crisis in Alabama and have also written many myself about the twists and turns taking place between lawmakers in Montgomery, Governor Bentley and our neighbors, the Poarch Creek Indians. I have on many occasions been frustrated that I could only report and not interject my […]

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Putting my best feet forward

By   6 days ago

By Harvey H. (“Hardy”) Jackson Old folks have ugly feet. I am old. It follows logically that I have ugly feet. Toes especially. Toenails specifically. Although I gave up socks and ties long before I retired, when I gave up my full-time day job I also gave up shoes for sandals – weather permitting. This […]

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Inside the Statehouse

By   6 days ago

By Steve Flowers During the press conference three weeks ago announcing the historic BP settlement and windfall for the state, Gov. Bentley repeatedly said, “The $55 million a year to the General Fund is fantastic but it will not solve the state’s long term financial woes. It only accomplishes about 12 percent of what we […]

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A missed opportunity

By   3 weeks ago

By Congressman Bradley Byrne Whether you are from Brewton, Frisco City, or Robertsdale, you probably remember the summer of 2010 and the BP oil spill. The scenes on our Alabama beaches were heartbreaking as oil glistened in the water and tarballs washed ashore. From the waitress at the restaurant in Atmore to the gas station […]

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Flag? Wake up!

By   3 weeks ago

In what has got to be an act of prestidigitation for the ages, the national media and politicians, along with the help of certain civil rights leaders, have managed to turn the story of nine devoted Christians killed while practicing their faith in God into a debate over a flag. Magicians thrive on the concept […]

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‘Thank God and Greyhound’

By   3 weeks ago

By Larry Lee It has now been 45 years since country singer Roy Clark came across the airwaves with “Thank God and Greyhound She’s Gone.” But the song’s title came immediately to mind recently when the Alabama legislature packed their bags and rode off into the sunset bringing down the curtain on the 2015 regular […]

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Inside the Statehouse

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By Steve Flowers A good many of you let me know that you agreed with my column last week when I suggested that stealing from the Special Education Trust Fund budget to resolve the dilemma in the General Fund is not the solution needed during the looming extraordinary special session. This potential raid on the […]

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Mae’s Journey: Tidings of Comfort and Joy

By   8 months 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   9 months 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   10 months 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   11 months 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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The Picture Show

By   2 years ago

By NANCY KARRICK I’ve searched high and wide to find the exact beginning of the Strand Theatre in Atmore and have not succeeded. However, we do know that Atmore has had a picture show for many years. In July 1994, Jerry Gehman interviewed H.C. Williams for the Atmore Historical Society. In that interview, H.C. talked […]

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The Strand: In The Heart of Atmore

By   2 years ago

“As a young teenager, my friends and I went to the movies in a group – mostly to see and be seen. We didn’t much care what was on as long as we were there together.” ~ Barbara Sue Post Helena, Montana With the Atmore Historical Society offering an artist’s rendering of The Strand Theater […]

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AHS Ornament Features the Strand

By   2 years ago

The Atmore Historical Society unveiled the fourth Christmas ornament in their Atmore-themed holiday collection. This year’s [2008] rendering of the beloved Strand Theater is sure to be a collector’s item for generations of folks who grew up here, as well as for more recent Atmore dwellers. The ornaments make perfect stocking-stuffers for locals as well […]

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Remembered

By   2 years ago

Note: “atmore” magazine primarily publishes articles penned by local writers about local topics for local readers. That’s why it’s called “atmore.” However, once in a while an article, or in this case, a blog post from an insightful writer, catches our attention for its universality to which most of us can relate. CeCe Benningfield has […]

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Obituaries for the week of August 5, 2015

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Bernice Grace Gipson Bernice Grace Gipson, age 87, of Walnut Hill, Fla., passed away Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at her residence. She was retired from Vanity Fair Mills as a seamstress. She was born in Gateswood, Ala. to the late John P. and Lula Bell Young Ward. She was preceded in death by her husband, […]

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Obituaries for the week of July 29, 2015

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Martha W. White Martha W. White, age 80, of Atmore, Ala., passed away Monday, July 20, 2015 in Pensacola, Fla. She was a homemaker. She was born in Flomaton, Ala. to the late Joseph and Martha Odom White. She was a member of Little Escambia Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, […]

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Obituaries for the week of July 22, 2015

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Lois A. “Coot” Gibson Mrs. Lois A. “Coot” Gibson, age 89, of Walnut Hill, Fla., passed away Wednesday, July 15, 2015, at her residence. She was born in Escambia County, Fla. to the late Otis and Vera Melvin Agerton. She was a member of Walnut Hill Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her […]

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Obituaries for the week of July 15, 2015

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Mike “Country” Wilson Mr. Mike “Country” Wilson, age 64, passed away Monday, July 6, 2015, in Biloxi, Miss. He was a native and life long resident of Brewton, Ala. He was of the Christian faith. He was preceded in death by his sister, Denise Wilson. Mr. Wilson is survived by one son, Cole (Hollie) Wilson […]

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Obituaries for the week of July 8, 2015

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Curtis Edward Golden Mr. Curtis Edward Golden, age 66, of Flomaton, Ala., passed away Monday, June 29, 2015, in Flomaton. He was a native of Flomaton and a former resident of Illinois (where he lived 28 years). He was an avid hunter. He was preceded in death by his parents, Pete and Sis Golden. Mr. […]

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Obituaries for the week of July 1, 2015

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Emma Jean Thead Mrs. Emma Jean Thead, age 63, passed away Saturday, June 20, 2015, in Pensacola, Fla. She was a native and life long resident of Atmore, Ala. Mrs. She enjoyed fishing and Alabama football. She was a member of the New Testament Church. She was preceded in death by her parents, Dewitt and […]

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Obituaries for the week of June 24, 2015

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Wilton Theron “Moose” Hataway Mr. Wilton Theron Hataway, age 82, passed away unexpectedly Thursday, June 11, 2015, after suffering a stroke. He was born near Atmore, Ala., to Theron and Louise (Wearren) Hataway. He retired in 2003 after 47 years of civil service with the United States Air Force. Most recently, he served as a […]

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Obituaries for the week of June 17, 2015

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Francis Davison Ms. Francis Davison, age 71, of Century, Fla., passed away Tuesday, June 9, 2015 in Century Nursing Care Center. She was a native and lifelong resident of Century. She was a homemaker. She was a member of Pilgrim Lodge Baptist Church. She attended Carver High School in Century. She was preceded in death […]

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