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‘Annie’ opens Thursday
It’s a really big show! The Greater Escambia Council for the Arts production of “Annie” opens Thursday night. Tickets, $7 for GECA members, $10 for non-members, are available now at the Atmore News office, 128 S. Main Street. Show dates are Thursday through Saturday, July 27-29, at 7 p.m.; Sunday, July 30, 2 p.m.; Thursday through Saturday, August 3-5, at 7 p.m.; Sunday, August 6, at 2 p.m. Annie is…
OWA opens
Poarch Creek Indians’ OWA officially opened to the public Friday, July 21, and a media event was held Thursday, July 20, for the opening ceremonies. On the podium at left are members of the Tribal Council (Keith Martin, Sandy Hollinger, Dewitt Carter, Eddie Tullis, Charlotte Meckel, Arthur Mothershed, Garvis Sells); center, Senator Greg Albritton, PCI Vice Chairman Robert McGhee, Foley Mayor John Koniar, PCI Chair and CEO Stephanie Bryan, Creek…
Willie Brown coming to Unity
The Unity in the Community Festival always provides fun, food, games, information, and entertainment. This year, those attending will enjoy Christian ventriloquist Willie Brown from Atlanta. Brown, his friend Woody and others will be at the festival which takes place this Saturday, July 29, at Grace Fellowship Church. Brown is a nationally known ventriloquist who has appeared several times on BET Comic View, HBO DEF Comedy Jam, Loco Comedy Jam,…
Atmore grandmother arrested for sex trafficking – Allegedly ‘sold’ sex with granddaughter to boyfriend, 87
    An Atmore woman and an Atmore man were arrested last week after an investigation revealed evidence that the 66-year-old woman accepted money from her 87-year-old boyfriend in exchange for having sexual relations with her 13-year-old granddaughter. Unconfirmed reports are that Mary Lue Daw, who resides at an address on Third Avenue, actually held the youngster down while Charles Clarence Stacey, who listed a Pieburn Circle address, violated her…