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At the Horizon

By By ROBERT BLANKENSHIP
Advance Managing Editor
It has finally come – The Atmore Advance's Horizons 2001.
From a reproduction of one of The Advance's most popular publications ever to all sorts of other information on local businesses and healthcare, this year's Horizons is unique in several ways.
The staff at the newspaper is glad to see the finished product and hope that our readers find it as fun to read as it was to produce.
A lot of work has went into the sections and we have learned a lot about our community – from both a present and historical perspective.
Horizons, which was a total of 181 pages, was divided into our Feb. 25 and 28 editions. For those who keep up with Atmore happenings via the web, stop by or call the office (334-368-2123) and we will do our best to get a copy to you. Unfortunately, their is simply too much information to place within our limited space on the world wide web.
Also to our web guests, our internet edition will benefit from Horizons being completed as we attempt to get back in our regular routine of updates on Wednesday and Monday mornings. For those who have been visiting the site regularly, we apologize for our tardiness and hope you will continue to check us out.