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State to honor slain CO
A portion of Alabama Highway 21 will be formally designated as Correctional Officer Kenneth Bettis Memorial Highway during a ceremony to be held on Wednesday, April 12, in the Old House Chambers of the Alabama State Capitol. The 11:30 a.m. ceremony is designed to honor the life of Bettis, a 44-year-old Monroeville resident and former correctional officer at William C. Holman Correctional Facility. In September 2016 Bettis was stabbed in…
Beware SPEC calls
The following was issued by Southern Pine Electric Co-op: Unfortunately there are some people out there calling Southern Pine members and telling them that their power will be out for an extended period of time. If you are contacted by anyone claiming to be a representative of Southern Pine Electric Co-op telling you that your power is going to be out, please contact your local Southern Pine office immediately to…
Vietnam Veterans Day event moved to YMCA library
With a rainy forecast ahead, the Atmore Memorial VFW Auxiliary has made the decision to hold the fourth Annual Vietnam Veterans Day Celebration in the library at the YMCA, rather than at Heritage Park as originally planned. Please plan to attend this Saturday, March 25, 4 p.m. at the YMCA. For more information about the Vietnam Veterans Celebration, call (251) 359-0768.
Ribbon cutting for Sweet Treats Boutique
The Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Sweet Treats Boutique Friday, March 17. Shown are, from left, Sheryl Vickery, Lisa Reynolds, Domonique Henderson, Bub Gideons, Tamika Finklea, Myrna Monroe, Ricahrd Frye, Annie Crook, Chris Singleton, Latisha Henderon, Marsella James, Dan Taylor, Sara Milliken, Brittany Taylor, Mallorie Beachy, Madison Lundy, Brandy Giger.