Business of the Month
We Care Program was named the January Business of the Month by the Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce. Shown at the presentation Wednesday, January 15, are, from left, front, Emilee Waters, Jonathan McMath, Omar Petersheim, Sylvia Petersheim, David S. Landis, Don Metzler, Noreen Horst, Tracy Benner, Ruthie Stephens; back, Rich Warren, James Smoker, Irvin Martin, Ben Nolt, Mark Stoltzfus, Mike Strehlow, Sanford Helmuth, Julie Gehman, Kevin Kennell.
American Legion Post 90 safety enhancement
By PAUL CHASON Special to Atmore News American Legion Post 90 has made a much-needed facility improvement to enhance building egress and to significantly improve safety for our members and our guests. Late last summer our “ancient” walkway into the kitchen suffered a huge break along the “raised” portion of the walkway creating a hole that could have caused a devasting injury to our members or guests. After evaluating the…
Taylor, Frye make UWA honors lists
The University of West Alabama has announced more than 400 outstanding undergraduate students named to the President’s List and the Dean’s List for the Fall 2019 academic semester. Students on the list are from 16 states across the U.S. and abroad. Named to the President’s List is Jordan Taylor, Atmore. The President’s List gives recognition to undergraduate students with exceptionally high grades for the semester, those with grade-point averages of…
ECMS students continue to shine in Imagine Math
By DON FLETCHER News Staff Writer A large group of Escambia County Middle School students gathered last Friday, January 17, in the school gym for a rare occasion that is rapidly becoming more common. Nearly 200 ECMS fourth, fifth and sixth graders were assembled for one purpose, to congratulate themselves (again) on a job well done. For the third year in a row, the local children knuckled down and buckled…