PCI Princesses
The 49th Annual Thanksgiving Poarch Creek Pow Wow was held November 28 and 29. One of the events during Pow Wow is the naming of the princesses for the following year. Shown are, from left, front, 2019-2020 Elementary Princess Nevaeh Hall Griffey; 2019-2020 Little Miss Princess Macey Faith Rackard; back, Tribal Councilwoman Sandy Hollinger; 2019-2020 Junior Princess Raleigh Sienna Gibson; 2019-2020 Senior Princess Cassidy Hope Murphy; 2019-2020 Elder Princess Juanita…
Meth, pot, crack, pills seized
By DON FLETCHER News Staff Writer An Atmore resident was one of two men arrested on drug trafficking charges after local, state and federal lawmen raided a Flomaton residence on November 19. Derrick Devon Jones, 42, of a Montgomery Street address in Atmore, and 43-year-old Dennis C. Crosby Jr. of Flomaton were arrested after the multi-agency officers discovered methamphetamine, crack cocaine, marijuana and Ecstasy inside a home on Jordan Landing…
Fatal crash
Atmore native killed in single-car mishap during visit home By DON FLETCHER News Staff Writer Gordon Nichols was killed early Friday, November 29, in a single-vehicle crash on Deere Creek Road. Nichols, an Atmore native and Escambia County High School graduate, was reportedly visiting family members in Atmore over Thanksgiving. Nichols, 28, worked as a community property manager for The Shopping Center Group’s Birmingham office. The son of Randy and…