Atmore News

New execution date set for convicted killer
Smith News Staff Report The Alabama Supreme Court has set a new execution date for a 51-year-old state inmate whose scheduled execution was called off in February because the state refused to allow his personal pastor to accompany him in the death chamber.Willie B. Smith III, who has an IQ of around 75, was sentenced to the ultimate penalty after the was convicted of the 1991 kidnapping-murder of 22-year-old Sharma…
NHS falls to Gulf Breeze
By MCKENNA SIMMONSNews Sportswriter This past Friday night, September 10, the Northview Chiefs played in Gulf Breeze against the Dolphins. Unfortunately for the Chiefs, Gulf Breeze earned the win; however, the Chiefs still put up a fight.Northview, a 1A division school, faced 6A Gulf Breeze, and it was definitely an eventful game. To start off, Northview was in the lead by 3 points. However, by the end of the first…
Perdido now 2-0
Special to Atmore News The Perdido Raiders shut out the Summerdale Panthers 20-0 in their second game of the season, September 3, giving them a 2-0 record so far.Quarterback Hayden Coley threw for an impressive 124 yards overall, leading to 3 touchdowns. Two of those touchdowns were made by Destin Wallace who racked up a total of 92 yards running in the passes from Coley.Coen Lambeth drove in another of…
Rangers check SWAT vehicle
On Wednesday September 1, Sergeant Christopher Corbitt of the Atmore Police Department brought the SWAT vehicle to Atmore First Assembly of God for the Royal Rangers of Outpost 63 to check out. The boys were awestruck at the vehicle and all came away very impressed. Rangers are shown, from left, front, Ace Etheridge, River Lassitter, Liam Morales, Rhett Minchew, Brantley Bius, Zack Hetrick and Mason Taylor; back, Bryen Bius, Issac…