In gratitude
When the Leadership Atmore Class of 2019 took on sprucing up the alleyway on North Main Street, they needed some help to finish the project. The top of the archway facing Main Street was a little too high for the class members to reach to finish painting. The Atmore fire and police departments came to the rescue. To show their appreciation, some of the class members delivered a tray of…
EA holds cheer camp – alone
EA squad at camp, from left, front, Arial Curry, Lillian Bonner, Meg Davis (UCA instructor), LaKrystal Turner, Gabrielle Williams; back, Tava Johnson, Kayleigh Jay, Ansley Brantley, Ana Chesley Robinson, Mary Ruth Dortch, Ty’Leaha James By SHERRY DIGMON News Publisher Every year, the Escambia Academy cheerleaders participate in the Universal Cheerleader Association (UCA) camp. It’s a summertime tradition, attending a camp with numerous other squads, competing, learning new cheers and routines,…
Fantastic felines
Today is the “purrfect” day to adopt a precious kitten or two. The Atmore/PCI Animal Shelter has numerous precious cats and kittens available for adoption. These fun and fantastic felines are up to date on vaccinations and available for adoption with a $60 adoption fee, which includes spay / neuter. Please make plans to come meet a kitten or two or three – by appointment only – Monday through Friday…
Atmore students named to UA honors lists
A total of 16,470 students enrolled during the 2020 spring semester at The University of Alabama were named to the Dean’s List with an academic record of 3.5 or above or the President’s List with an academic record of 4.0 (all A’s). The UA Dean’s and President’s lists recognize full-time undergraduate students. The lists do not apply to graduate students or to undergraduate students who take less than a full…
A fiscal reckoning
Bradley Bryne U.S. Congressman When the House returns to business next Monday, we will take up the National Defense Authorization Act I wrote about last week. Then we will take up appropriations bills for next fiscal year, which begins October 1, and likely another Coronavirus bill. This spring I voted for both of the CARES Acts, which together spent $3 trillion. That was on top of this year’s projected total…