February 16, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Grant funding will pay for most of new X-ray scanner for courthouse security

A new $24,779 X-ray security screening system for the front entrance of the Clarke County Courthouse will cost the county only $2,779, thanks to a $22,000 grant from Homeland Security. More...

UA names dean’s and president’s list students

A total of 11,758 students enrolled during the 2016 fall semester at The University of Alabama were named to the Dean’s List with an academic record of 3.5 (or above) or the President’s List with an academic record of 4.0 (All A’s). More...

Study Club learns of terrain, wildlife in nearby Monroe, Wilcox counties

The Community Study Club held its January meeting in the Grove Hill United Methodist Church. Suzanne Cox and Wylynn Phillipi were hostesses. Dr. More...

Camellia Hospice opening March 1 in Thomasville

Downtown Thomasville will get another shot in the arm with the arrival on March 1 of Camellia Hospice.  Thomasville Mayor Sheldon Day said Monday night at the Thomasville City Council Meeting that Camellia Hospice out of Hattiesburg, Miss., has More...

Black history focus for Clarke Historical Soc.’s T’ville meet

In recognition of February being Black History Month, the Clarke County Historical Society will meet at the A. L. Martin Historical Museum in Thomasville Sunday, Feb. 26.  More...

Horton-Masih to wed March 25 in Birmingham

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Horton of Grove Hill announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Kelsey Lohse Horton, to Nikhil Masih of Deli, India. Mr. Masih is the son of Nirmal Jeet and Gurmet Masih of Sonepat, India. More...

Motes-Gissendanner to marry March 18

Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Motes of Jackson announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Shannon Rene’ to James Earl Gissendanner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gissendanner of Leroy.  Miss Motes is the granddaughter of Mrs. More...