October 17, 2018 RSS feed / Community

HELPING WITH HURRICANE REPAIRS

Clarke- Washington EMC sent 4 linemen to assist Pea River Electric Cooperative in Ozark, Ala. to help restore power after Hurricane Michael’s landfall. Hurricane relief efforts have now moved to Wiregrass Electric in Dothan. More...

Annual Whatley Day event is this Saturday

The Horne Family will celebrate their Second Annual Whatley Day, Saturday, Oct. 20. They’ll be hosting a free tailgate styled cookout with food, drinks, music, games and bouncy houses. More...

Beware strange acting animals

Fox chases man in Thomasville; rabid foxes confirmed in Baldwin

While there have been no confirmed reports of rabies in Clarke County, there have been reports of animals acting strangely and aggressively.  The most recent was in Thomasville last week when Donnie Fendley was chased by a fox, Thomasville resid More...

Old Claiborne Pilgrimage

Historic structures and sites in Claiborne, Perdue Hill and Gosport were on tour as part of the Old Claiborne Pilgrimage Saturday and Sunday with proceeds benefiting Monroe County Museum properties.   More...

Descendants of W. B. Danzey hold reunion in Grove Hill

Saturday, October 6, was a joyful day for one Clarke County family. Descendants of William Benjamin Danzey, a turn-of-thecentury business owner and resident of Alameda, held a reunion at the home of Steve and Annell Gordon near Grove Hill. More...

STATE SENATOR GIVES SCHOOLS MONEY

State Sen. Greg Albritton, R-Atmore, recently made a $10,000 appropriation to the Clarke County school system and $2,000 to Jackson High School. More...

Internet safety program slated

The City of Jackson and the Clarke County Board of Education are partnering to provide parents of Clarke County with valuable information on Internet safety. A community parent night will be conducted Monday, Oct. 22 at 6 p.m. More...

GH Council adopts budget

The Grove Hill Town Council adopted a $2.53 million general fund budget for Fiscal 2018-19 Monday night. The budget was a little overdue; it was supposed to be in place Oct. More...

Pulitzer Prize winner to speak in Grove Hill, T’ville

Pulitzer Prize winner John Archibald of al.com and Alabama Media Group will be featured in What Comes To Light: Alabama Journalists And An Informed Citizenry, a public forum to be held at Clarke County High School in Grove Hill and Coastal Alabama Co More...

Ten Commandments, ‘right to life’ amendments on ballot

A constitutional amendment on the Nov. 6 General Election ballot would allow for the display of the Ten Commandments on state and public school properties while another would deem Alabama a “right to life” state. More...

Huckabee-Wharton to marry Nov. 17

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huckabee of Sweet Water announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Heather, to Wes Wharton, son of Mr. and Mrs. More...

National survey finds just 1 in 3 Americans would pass a citizenship test

Only one in three Americans (36 percent) can actually pass a multiple choice test consisting of items taken from the U.S. More...

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