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Ribs on Ridgeley Tickets are still available for Ribs on Ridgeley Thursday, October 12, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., on Ridgeley Street. The meal includes ribs, green beans, hash brown casserole, a roll, and homemade pie. Food is being prepared by South Alabama Vending, Escambia County High School Culinary Arts Department, and Myrna Monroe (pies). Tickets, $40 each, are available at Atmore News, 128 S. Main Street. Proceeds will go…
APCO named Business of the Month
The Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce named Alabama Power Company as the October Business of the Month. Chamber board members, Chamber Ambassadors and community leaders joined employees at the presentation Wednesday, October 4. Shown are, from left, Mallorie Beachy, Bill Henderson, Kamryn Mothershed, Myrna Monroe, Brigitte Finley-Taylor, Jackie Lee, Ricky Martin, Pat Danley, Bub Gideons, Chris Singleton, Keyaira Wilson, Lazarrian Boykin.
Food scores released
The following Escambia County food / lodging establishment ratings were released by the Alabama Department of Public Health for September. Ratings are ranked by score, low to high. FSE = Food Service Establishment Lil Angels Infants and Toddlers, Atmore, 87, daycare food service Pizza Hut #2074, Atmore, 91, FSE Anchor Café, Atmore, 91, FSE Little Caesars, Atmore, 91, FSE Jalisco Mexican Restaurant, Atmore, 92, FSE Fastlane Convenience Store, Atmore, 92,…
Toyz for Kidz auction coming up
The annual LA Bikers Toyz for Kidz auction hosted by PeeWee and Annie Powell will be held Thursday, October 19, at the PWC building, 106 East Avenue. Get together starts at 6, auction at 7. There are tons of items to bid on with the proceeds used to buy Christmas presents for families who might not otherwise have a merry Christmas. Gifts are delivered during the LA Bikers Toyz for…
ECMS, community come to aid of hurricane victims
Most of the time, the only obstacle Escambia County Middle School students have to deal with in the school’s hallways are other students who are rushing to their next class. That wasn’t the case recently, though. Students at the local school not only had to dodge other students, they also had to make their way around stacks of bottled water, cartons of paper goods and boxes filled with other supplies…