Meet Miley and Mia
If you are looking for an extra special Valentine or two this year, look no further! Miley and Mia are one-year-old lab mix sisters who weigh approximately 50 pounds, and they’re looking for their “furever” home. Miley and Mia are very playful, fun loving girls who need plenty of room to run and have fun. Although the folks at the animal shelter would love for these girls to go to…
Sports during WWII
As we go about our daily lives, we seem to often overlook certain people. On a daily basis, I notice men with WWII, Korea or Vietnam vet hats on. Usually, I try to stop and speak with some of them for a brief moment and shake their hand in recognition for the service they have provided our country. Often times people just pass them by without a second glance. I…
Atmore one of six U.S. communities to receive USDA grants
Public presentation of program set for next Tuesday, Feb. 19 By DON FLETCHER News Staff Writer Atmore officials announced this week that the city is one of six in the country awarded grants to fund a U.S. Department of Agriculture-sponsored technical assistance program. The city will partner with representatives of Smart Growth America for a two-day event that includes interviews with a cross-section of the community’s economic-related entities, as well…
Choosing greatness
Last week, President Trump gave the State of the Union address to the nation. I can say that in all my time in Washington, this was the best State of the Union I have had the honor of attending, and it seems most Americans agree. The President’s message was clear: if we stop with the political games and focus on solutions, American Greatness knows no bounds. By supporting President Trump’s…
Atmore historic district discussed
By SHERRY DIGMON News Publisher Interest in a historic district in downtown Atmore is high as evidenced by the attendance at a public hearing Thursday, February 7. About 60 people attended the meeting hosted by the City of Atmore. Three panelists were on hand to provide information and answer questions – Stephen McNair, owner and senior consultant, McNair Historic Preservation, Mobile; Taylor Stewart, coordinator, Alabama Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program;…