Almost done
Crowder Gulf crews are in the final stages of debris removal after Hurricane Sally’s winds wreaked havoc on trees in and around Atmore in September. All city parks and cemeteries have reopened, and more than 37,000 cubic yards of vegetative debris have been removed from along city streets. Stumps and large tree pieces are being stored at the former Escambia County Middle School site, where they are being ground into…
Madison Prewett nominated for People’s Choice Award
Prewett News Staff Report The E! People’s Choice Awards is an American awards show, recognizing people in entertainment who are the favorites of the general public and fans, based on online votes. The show has been held annually since 1975, with winners originally determined using Gallup Polls until the switch to online voting in 2005. Madison “Madi” Prewett, daughter of Chad (director of operations for Auburn University’s basketball program) and…
Loss to Neal ends Blue Devils’ playoff hopes
By JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter Escambia County High’s slim playoff hopes were crushed last Friday, October 16, as W.S. Neal walked away with a 20-9 victory over the visiting Blue Devils. Despite strong performances from Brian Brown, James Whatley, Dezmun Crenshaw, Anthony McCants and Aaron Calva, ECHS fell short of this season’s target. “It hurts,” ECHS head coach Scott Mason said. “We came in with the goal of being in…