ACH Complete Care Clinic open house set
Atmore Community Hospital (ACH) will host an open house next week for its new clinic – ACH Complete Care. Dr. Layla Lundquist-Smith and Nurse Practitioner Lydia Bonner will be present to meet and greet. The open house event is scheduled for February 18 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and will take place at the new ACH Complete Care, 609 E. Laurel Street, Atmore. The new primary care clinic, which…
RP Star Students
The Rachel Patterson Elementary School Star Students for January are, from left, first row, Madison Hull, Seth Respress, Lilly Kate O’Brien, Ryla Crayton, Gabrielle Thames, Jeremiah Dirden, Cruz Montalvo; second row, Makenzee Madison, Castophney Dailey, Layla Riley, Zayden Naves, KhaRean Jordan, Payton Young, Ella Herrelson; third row, Peyton James, Savannah Craft, Angel Philips, Dredyn Moore, Tatyanan McCants. Not pictured are Steven Banks, Kaelynn Cafin, Ahmod Neal.
Ribbon cutting
The Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Southern Tire Mart Friday, February 5. Chamber board members and staff, friends and family joined the owners and employees for the occasion. Shown are, from left, Breiah Adams, Erin Hankins, Stephanie Dean, Kevin Dunn, Bridget Gunn, J.R. Godwin, Annah Hammond, Noah Graham, Anna Norton; back, Ashley Salter, Kenneth Nelson, Fred Hitchcock, Luke McDaniel, Robert Dickson, Zoe Hudson, Billy Capers.
Rams knock off S. Baldwin, advance in PCC title chase
By JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter Atmore Christian School continues the search for its first state championship after posting a 59-50 win over South Baldwin in the first round of the Panhandle Christian Conference playoffs last Thursday, February 4. Caeden Battles hit for 21 points to lead the Rams in scoring. Gage Gades added 13, Emmett Battles contributed 11, Reese White and Titus Dean added six each, and Dexter Smoker scored…
EA in state semifinals
Cougars knock off South Choctaw, Chambers; set sights on Edgewood By JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter Despite a slow start this season, Escambia Academy’s basketball team finds itself just one game away from a shot at the AISA Class AA state championship after defeating South Choctaw Academy, 70-35, on February 2 and Chambers Academy, 59-52, in Montgomery last Saturday, February 11. Red-hot shooting from the floor paved the way to the…