2009 In Pictures: May

December 31, 2009


Graduate Jessica Mothershed shares a tearful moment with teacher Tommy Weaver following May’s graduation exercise at Northview High School.


During closing ceremonies for Northwest Escambia Little League, a trophy for Drew Marlow was presented to his mother Cyndi Marlow Wendt. Drew Marlow died in a 2008 auto accident near Walnut Hill.


Final goodbyes as the last day of school ever came to a close at Carver/Century K-8 School.


Rev. Willie Carter addresses the students, his 1936 Century diploma in hand, during the final graduation excercise at Carver/Century K-8 School.


Firefighters locate the “victim” in a simulated McDavid building fire, part of an Escambia Fire Rescue training exercise.


Three people were injured in this accident on Highway 97. The Blazer burst into flames shortly after the last passenger was pulled from the wreckage. 


Flags fly on the Walnut Hill grave of PFC Russell William Stewart on Memorial Day. PFC Stewart died April 14, 2007, while serving at Camp Lejeune, NC.


NorthEscambia.com had exclusive photos from the scene where the Atmore Police Department shot a suspect following a chase into North Escambia. The suspect later died.


The Northview High School Class of 2009 held their Baccalaureate service  at the First Baptist Church of Bratt — the first time in the history of the school that Baccalaureate was not held at the school.


The Northview Chiefs held their intrasquad Garnet and Gold game on a rainy night.


A truck driver from Greenville, Alabama, was killed in a fiery explosion on I-65 between Flomaton and Atmore.

The Pen Wheels Fishing Rodeo was held in Walnut Hill.


The North Pensacola Relay for Life was held at Tate High School.


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