Semmes man killed in Atmore crash
A Semmes man lost his life when the vehicle he was driving left a roadway just outside Atmore and hit a culvert. Alabama State Troopers reported that the fatal, single-vehicle mishap occurred around noon today (Wednesday, Jan. 31) on North 18th Avenue, just east of Atmore. Troopers reported that Rudolph Reginald Nettles, 62, was travelling south in a 1955 Chevrolet when, for unknown reasons, the vehicle left the roadway and…
Welcome to the world Harper-Blue White
Daniel and April White of Bratt, Fla. proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Harper-Blue White. She was born Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 11:54 p.m. at Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, Fla. Harper-Blue weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces and was 21 inches long. She is welcomed home by her siblings Zachary, 19, Savannah, 17, Ansleigh, 15, Addison, 14 and Brayson, 10. Grandparents, Bob and Marie Brock and Richard and…
EA senior night
Escambia Academy seniors on the basketball teams were honored at Senior Night Tuesday, January 23. Seniors are, from left, front, Ashlyn Glick, Cassidy Murphy, Victoria Sawyer; back, Fred Flavors, Patrick Hammonds, Ossie Crusaw, Zack Koons, MJ Jones, Neikel Robinson, Louie Turner. The EA basketball team is playing in the AISA Elite-8 in Montgomery today, January 31. News photo by Ditto Gorme
Ice cream reward
Escambia County Middle School fourth- and fifth-grade students who made A honor roll or A/B honor roll, received Perfect Attendance and Most Improved awards for the grading period were treated to an ice cream social as a reward. Above students enjoying the treat are, from left, Kayleigh Young, Imari Lemon, Jalyn James, Amarion Lemon, Raelynn Manac and Elizabeth Sutton.  Students weren’t the only ones enjoying ice cream. Shown below are,…