He’s a 5-year survivor

He’s a 5-year survivor

An Atmore resident recently reached a significant milestone in his battle against cancer. The Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), at Southeastern Regional Medical Center ... Read more

Latest news

Wanted man captured

A Brewton man, wanted on drug charges by the Poarch Creek Tribal Police and who fled this morning from police, is now in custody. K-9 ... Read more

  1. Drug dogs search for Brewton man wanted by Poarch
  2. Woman, 24, hurt in crash
  3. Reality TV program films episode at Wind Creek

The Latest

Atmore native serves with Navy fighter squadron

Atmore native serves with Navy fighter squadron

A 2014 Northview High School graduate and Atmore native is currently serving with the U.S. Navy’s Strike Fighter Squadron 122, also known as the “Flying ... Read more

‘Throw Down’ will feature BBQ contest, music

Competitors will vie for $12,000 in cash and prizes at Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Atmore (WCA) on Saturday, March 28, according to a press ... Read more

Former FUMC pastor named district superintendent

Former FUMC pastor named district superintendent

A former pastor of Atmore First United Methodist Church was recently named the District Superintendent of the Pensacola District. Bishop Paul L. Leeland of the ... Read more

Man victim of identity theft

A Bratt, Fla., man believes that he may be the victim of an identity theft crime. Richard Benner said that he recently received a letter ... Read more

K-9 cops test their skills

K-9 cops test their skills

Police officers have to earn regular certifications throughout their careers — even the ones who walk on four legs. On Wednesday, March 10, police dogs and ... Read more

  1. State investigating illness at Holman
  2. U.S. Rep. Byrne honors Escambia Drug Store
  3. Byrne to visit Escambia Drug Store
  4. House OKs bill reinstating electric chair
  5. Byrd to lead Conecuh schools
  6. Boy Scouts help city
  7. McBride to lead Bishop State
  8. McNeal ‘MS Walk’ slated for July 25
  9. Troy, JDCC sign agreement
  10. City rezoning property
  11. New speed limit on Canoe Road
  12. Fire damages home
  13. U.S. senator visits Atmore
  14. Realtors: City needs industry in Rivercane
  15. ‘Click it or Ticket’ campaign starts
  16. Atmore chamber hands out annual awards
  17. Sen. Shelby to visit city Saturday
  18. Stalking case dismissed
  19. Travel Plaza presents bears to cops
  20. Woman hurt in crash
  21. 3 hurt in Highway 21 crash
  22. EA senior dies in crash
  23. Child removed from 2 separate drug houses
  24. Chili cook-off, chamber banquet soon


Former ECHS coach Holly named new Blount coach

Former Escambia County High School head football coach Lev Holly has been named the new coach at Blount High School. According to a story reported ... Read more

  1. Brooks signs with Huntingdon
  2. Kirk to ‘walk on’ at Auburn
  3. Devils win 3 games against Vigor


Powell, Davis to wed in April

Powell, Davis to wed in April

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Powell of Olive Branch, Miss., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Caroline Jean Powell, to Mr. ... Read more

Reality TV program films episode at Wind Creek

Reality TV program films episode at Wind Creek

Stars of a reality television show recently visited Wind Creek Casino & Hotel, to both enjoy some rest and relaxation and also film an episode ... Read more

Chess club meets in Atmore

Chess club meets in Atmore

The Atmore Chess Club combines the history of one of the world’s classic games with the benefits of modern technology. Club president Tom Richardson explained ... Read more


Help ACH, eat delicious chili!

The chill of winter is definitely in the air, and that’s why a hot steaming bowl of chili will likely taste extra good this weekend. ... Read more


Drivers aren’t adopting new ‘slow poke’ law

That new “slow poke” law passed by the Alabama legislature a couple of weeks ago has ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

DHR appreciates community’s support

On behalf of the Escambia County Department of Human Resources and its board, I would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all of those ... Read more


Troy, JDCC sign agreement

Troy University and Jefferson Davis Community College officials signed an agreement Wednesday that will enable transfer students to complete their associate’s degree while pursuing their ... Read more