Obituaries, week of March 29,2020
Edna “Skippy” Miller Mrs. Edna “Skippy” Miller, age 73, passed away Monday, March 23, 2020 at her home in McDavid, Fla. She was a native and life-long resident of McDavid. She was a loving mother and Nanny (Nananut). She was preceded in death by her parents, Earl and Mattie Johnson; husband, Charles Miller; daughter, Marsha Cook; step-son, Gerald Miller; grandson, Christopher Miller; brother, Charles “Choppy” Johnson; two sisters, Carol Griffis…
Home office
Unusual times call for unusual measures. Myrna Monroe has been working from home for several days. While she can access her work computer from home, having space to spread out can be challenging. An ironing board makes a perfect table – adjusted to fit your need. If you have unusual circumstances as you work from home, send us a picture and some info to sherry@atmorenews.com. Would love to see how…
Sharing
Mallorie Beachy, owner of The Yellow Garden, had some flowers last week that she didn’t want to sell because they were getting a little age on them. Rather than throw them away, she made bouquets and shared them with folks who are shut in during the coronavirus outbreak. Shown, Mallorie, left presents flowers to April Smith with The Meadows Assisted Living.
EA ranked 7th in AISA baseball poll; JUB in at No. 10 in AHSAA Class 2A
By JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter Two area baseball teams are ranked in the latest Alabama Sportswriter Association polls which was released last week, just after the season was paused due to the coronavirus epidemic. Escambia Academy’s Cougars are ranked No. 7 in the AISA polls after compiling a 15-6 record before the season pause. J.U. Blacksher’s Bulldogs, sporting a record of 7-3, were ranked 10th in Class 2A. In addition…