RP Star Students
The Rachel Patterson Elementary School Star Students for May are, from left, first row, Major Walker, Londyn Stephens, Jakiah Frye, Zayne Hayden, Diego Montalvo, Arihanna Lewis, Jason Richardson, Khale Woods, Jamari McCorvey; second row, Lilly Ann Warren, Aryanna Nichols, Jakaden King, Joshua Windham, Danielle Akers, Alivia Hunter, Dexter Pace, Malakai Crenshaw; third row, Bryant Luker, Ty’dasia Phillips, Tristian Brown, Jabarie Knight, Ky’Asia Robinson, Natasia Lee, Isaiah Johnson, De Rhianna Riley.…
ECTS awards scholarships
News Staff Report On May 17, at Escambia County High School’s Class Day, the Escambia County Training School Alumni Gathering awarded $2,000 in Golden Eagles Scholarships to four seniors. Those awarded scholarships were Nigeria Bradley, Rickeyonna Johnson, Mardaizah Salter, and Darriona Nichols. Each recipient received $500 which will be mailed to her college after one semester / quarter is completed by December 2019. This is the first time the Golden…
Wilson earns degree
Special to Atmore News Delois Wright Wilson graduated from E.L.White Theological Seminary, under the leadership of Dr. Monroe Tucker Jr., May 23, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Christian Education. Ms. Wilson is married to Dr. Michael L. Wilson, Sr., pastor of Mt. Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church. She works as an RN case manager at Atmore Community Home Care. She said she plans to continue her education in Christian Education. “God…
All who have gone before
War-time letters throughout our nation’s history can offer us a window into the personal sacrifices of our fighting men and women. Perhaps one of the most famous was by Major Sullivan Ballou of the Second Rhode Island Infantry, written just before the First Battle of Manassas in the Civil War. In it, he talks of his love for his wife, Sarah, and his deep devotion to the cause for which…
Price execution rescheduled for Thursday
News Staff Report A condemned Alabama inmate whose death warrant expired minutes before the U.S. Supreme Court voted to let his execution proceed in April, is scheduled to die by lethal injection this Thursday, May 30, at Holman Correctional Facility near Atmore. The execution of 46-year-old Christopher Lee Price, convicted in 1993 of the 1991 fatal slashing of a Fayette County preacher and businessman, is set for 6 p.m. Price…