APD-AFD team edges Ballers in multi-purpose basketball game
By DON FLETCHER News Staff Writer The fast-paced basketball game played inside Atmore Christian School’s gym Sunday night, December 8, was more than a showdown between two teams determined to claim bragging rights. The hard-fought contest, between a group of Atmore police officers and firemen and a team of street-ballers from West Park, provided plenty of excitement for the several dozen fans who witnessed it. But there were two underlying…
At the Bicentennial celebration
Atmore and Escambia County were well represented at the Alabama Bicentennial Celebration in Montgomery Saturday, December 14. The day included a parade, Bicentennial Park dedication, a festival and a concert. Shown from this area are, from left, Sherilyn Reynolds and Escambia County Commissioner Karean Reynolds, Atmore City Councilwoman Susan Smith, and Poarch Creek Tribal Councilwoman Charlotte Meckel.
Meet Nora
Sweet, beautiful Nora is patiently waiting on her forever home. Nora is a one-year-old cur mix female who is very playful and strives for human interaction. Nora is up to date on vaccinations and available for adoption with a $100 adoption fee, which includes spay. Not only would shelter personnel love to see Nora find her new home, they would love to see all their fur babies adopted. What greater…
Lowery named ACH director of operations
Special to Atmore News Atmore Community Hospital (ACH) announced that Bradley Lowery will join their healthcare team as the Director of Operations at the end of December 2019. Lowery will assume the overall management and administrative responsibly for most the hospital’s non-clinical departments such as dietary, facility, security, housekeeping, and bio-medical services. “Bradley is coming back to Atmore to help run the day to day operations of the non-clinical portions…