Atmore News

Students attend space camp
Escambia County Gifted Program students in fourth, fifth, and sixth grades recently had the opportunity to attend Robotics Pathfinder Space Camp in Huntsville. While attending this camp, students learned how to program EV-3 robots. They eventually had a competition to see which teams were able to complete the most tasks with their robots and earn the most points. Shown at space camp are, from left, Mr. Larry (team leader), Ashlyn…
The bare bones of the matter
HealthActions Physical Therapy and Fitness hosted a seminar and dinner Thursday evening, August 29. Spine specialist Dr, D. Kevin Donahoe and joint specialist Dr. Matthew Barber gave the program. Shown are, from left, Dr. Donahoe; Holly Stanton, PTA, HealthActions Physician and Community Liaison; Johnnie Burnett, PT, DPT, cert. DN, HealthActions Regional Director – Southwest Alabama; and Dr. Barber.
Kindness counts at Huxford Elementary
During the month of August, faculty and students at Huxford Elementary School focused on the traits of kindness. Students who exemplified these traits were chosen at the end of the month, through their words and actions. Shown are students recognized for kindness, from left, front, Chris Pham, Brylon McGhee, Ryder Weaver, A’Niyah Richardson, Zayden McIlwain, Landon Ashe, Bailee Godwin; back, Jackson Rackard, Cherie Naquin, Bella Hilburn, Y’Ana Carter, Shaughnessy Rothschild,…
Huxford Ambassadors named
Huxford Ambassadors have been named for the 2019-2020 school year. These are sixth grade students who are chosen based on their written essay and their character at HES. They will represent the school throughout the year at various functions and activities. Ambassadors are, from left, front, Ava Woods, Nadia Bailey, Elijah Love, Landon Weaver; back, Cara English, Riley Brooks, Nyzavion French, Mason McGhee.
JUB’s Bulldogs steamroll PCA for second win
By JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter J.U. Blacksher’s Bulldogs steamrolled Prattville Christian Academy last Friday, August 30, defeating the Panthers 55-14 and improving their season record to 2-0. Quarterback K.D. Rabb led the Bulldogs offense, completing 5 of 9 pass attempts for three touchdowns and 164 yards. JUB kicked off the scoring early with a 7-0 lead, coming on a 31-yard run from Bubba Nettles with 8:25 left in the first…