Chamber donates to 7 schools
Special to Atmore News Monday, November 9, Chamber President Emilee Waters and Executive Director Anna Norton visited local schools to get a jumpstart on the giving season. Through the Chamber’s trustees, members, and board of directors, the Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce was able to present the local-area schools with more than $17,000. Each school received an equal portion for the funds to be used on items the students need…
Mason speaks to Gamma Omega
Mason Special to Atmore News Gamma Omega chapter of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International held its monthly meeting on November 12, in the Fellowship Hall of First Baptist Church with President Leslie Sellers presiding. Hostess for the meeting was Leigh Ann Rowland. Leilani Mason, from Healthy Minds Consulting, presented the program on stress management. Her program emphasized the way to reduce stress was to line up what is important…
NHS wins over Chipley, headed to region semi-final
By LIBBY PUGH News Sports Writer Playoff round one was successful and resulted in a Northview High School Chiefs victory. The Chiefs took on the Chipley Tigers in Bratt on Friday night. The game started off slow, but the momentum progressed throughout the game. The ultimate outcome was a victory for the Chiefs with a score of 32 to 12. The first quarter presented a rocky start with a battle…
Cougars cruise past Knights, into state title game
EA’s Randall Bonds stiff-arm a Macon East defender during last Friday night’s game. BY JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter For the fifth straight season, Escambia Academy is state championship-bound after defeating Macon-East Montgomery Academy 54-13 in their AISA Class 2A state semifinals showdown last Friday, November 13. Landon Sims, Daughtry McGhee, Caleb Davis and Bubba Nettles helped guide the Cougars past the Knights. After Macon-East drew first blood, Sims gained the…
A different Veterans Day
Not sure I could write more about these unusual times than has been written. The uncertainty caused by the pandemic continues as cases are spiking around the country. Families and friends are rethinking Thanksgiving traditions, changing plans, in some cases sacrificing this year in order to hopefully have many more in the future. Veterans Day was different this year. While some schools usually have programs and ceremonies to honor our…