November 22, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Gov. Ivey plants an oak tree

Gov. Kay Ivey last week planted a Shumard oak tree on the Capitol grounds to mark Farm-City Week and Rotary International’s challenge for every Rotarian to plant a tree before Earth Day 2018. More...

Iron Bowl should be biggie as Alabama-Auburn fight it out for SEC West title

Democrats versus Republicans? Doug Jones or Roy Moore? A Chevy’s better than a Ford? Chocolate? Vanilla? All of those arguments pale this weekend for a more important one — Alabama or Auburn? Who will prevail in the Iron Bowl? More...

SENIOR NEWS LINE

Beware open enrollment scams for Medicare

Medicare open enrollment brings the scammers out in full force. This is the time of year (until Dec. 7) to decide whether to keep your current Medicare plan or make changes to it. More...

PURPLE COWS ARE COMING

The new Purple Cow convenience stores are taking shape. Above, the building is going up in Jackson on the site of the old Jackson Steakhouse on Highway 43. More...

GH Council finally Oks ’17-18 budget

The Grove Hill Town Council passed the budget for the current fiscal year Monday night, almost two months late.  The budget anticipates $2,669,374 in revenues and $2,694,374 in expenditures.  Sales taxes are estimated to increase about five More...

CWEMC BUILDING COMING ALONG

The walls of Clarke-Washington Electrical Membership Corp.’s new building are up and workers were working on the roof last week. More...

Grove Hill’s parade, Santa visit is Dec. 7

The Grove Hill Area Chamber of Commerce has selected Thursday, Dec. 7 as the date for the annual Christmas Parade.  More...

LICENSE COMMISSION OFFICE GETS A RE-DO

Glass partitions are being erected between the employees of the License Commissioner’s office and the public service area. The dividers are being seen more and more as an effort at better security.   More...

Hos. Auxiliary taking donations for light memorials, honorees

Grove Hill Memorial Hospital Auxiliary’s Annual Christmas Tree Lighting will be Tuesday, Dec. 12 in the lobby of the hospital. The event will begin at 6 p.m. and will include refreshments.  More...

TWO-VEHICLE WRECK

A two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 43 and Low Road drew lawmen, ambulance personnel and the Fulton fire truck last Thursday, Nov. 16 just before 5 p.m. More...

Black Friday adoption specials at animal shelter

The Clarke County Animal Shelter will host a Black Friday Adoption Event Friday, Nov. 24 from 10 a.m. More...

Autopsy results delay investigation into infant’s death

An investigation into the discovery of a deceased infant discovered in the trunk of a car continues .  Jackson Police Chief Jerry Taylor said Monday afternoon that further charges against the mother of the child and driver of the car, Jalesa Gai More...