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OWA Parks & Resort to host magic moments “Beyond the Moment” event for the 6th year in a row

Special to the Advance OWA Parks & Resort is excited to partner with Magic Moments for the 6th ...

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Leadership Atmore still accepting applications for 2024-25 class

Leadership Atmore is still accepting applications for its 2024-2025 class, according to officials. Leadership Atmore was founded in ...

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City authorizes purchase of tractor-cutter during Monday meeting

Representatives of P.E.I.R, a substance abuse recovery organization, spoke about an upcoming event in August The Atmore City ...

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County commission approves speed limit changes in 4 areas of county

Escambia County Commissioners responded to several requests for reducing speed limits in four areas of the county. County ...

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County hospitals in need of financial infusion

Escambia County’s healthcare facilities are in need of a financial infusion citing losses month after month in providing ...

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APL begins 2024 Summer Reading Program

Approximately 120 children attended the opening of Atmore Public Library’s annual Summer Reading Program today. The opening program ...

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Lassiter named to Ole Miss spring honor roll list

Jalia Lassiter, of Atmore, was named to the University of Mississippi’s Spring 2024 Honor Roll lists. Lassiter, majoring ...

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EA holding registration for 2024-25 school year

Registration is up and going for the 2024-2025 school year at Escambia Academy, school officials announced. According to ...

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PBCI helps make wishes come true for Alabama children

Special to the Advance The Poarch Creek Indians and Wind Creek Hospitality recently partnered with America’s Thrift Store ...

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Third edition of ‘Escambia County Training School: Remember that time…’ to be released June 27

Dr. Max Parker recently announced the release of the third edition of “Escambia County Training School: Remember that ...

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