January 5, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Mobile physician enjoys seeing patients in Grove Hill

Dr. Albert F. Haas has been helping to mend the broken bones of Clarke Countians for over 16 years. He treats patients in his Grove Hill office every other Tuesday, and has only missed one day since he began his practice here. More...

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Community

Announcement stories offered to candidates

The political season is here and there are several local races that will be on the ballot in Clarke County this year. More...

Museum work progressing

Sammy Rivas (left on ladder), Susan Lacaze and Jim Marsh of Rivas Painting (right) work to build walls where public restrooms will be located in the Alabama Forestry Museum, to be housed in the old Camptown Togs apparel plant in Grove Hill. More...

Holiday comings and goings!

Coffeeville

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Beverly of Greenwood, S.C. have returned home after spending several days at their home here. More...

Calendar

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Diabetic Support Group Diabetic Support Group to meet More...

Church News

Groups to perform at FBC

The Hoskins Family and Palmetto State Quartet will be performing a fund-raiser for Sav-A-Life Alpha Center at the First Baptist Church in Jackson on Saturday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m. The public is welcomed to attend. More...

The world needs righteous politicians

This world will not be the same any more simply because politicians More...

Area Church Announcements

Mt. Zion #2 Baptist to present concert

Mt. Zion #2 Baptist Church will present The Crowns of Joy of Jackson, Miss. and Humble of Thomasville. This event will be on Sunday, Jan. 1 at 6 p.m. Admission is free. Threase Coat is the clerk. Rev. Cory Pruitt is the pastor. More...

Lifestyle

Here are a few suggestions for edging flower beds

Gardening With Dora

My flower beds out front need a more attractive way to meet the lawn. They are indifferently edged and the wild Bermuda grass leaps over to enjoy the good life among the daylilies and iris. Not a good thing. More...

Rotel tomatoes makes Chance-made gumbo a real treat!

Memories & Recipes To use tomatoes or not to use tomatoes, that is the question. That simple question separated the state of Louisiana into two main sections. More...

Sheriff’s race may be biggie in 2006

Other county offices, governor, legislative seats and more to be decided

From the courthouse in Grove Hill to the statehouse in Montgomery, 2006 is a big election year and a lot of offices will be on the ballot to be decided by voters. More...

Countians arrested for armed robbery in Brewton

Clarke County sheriff More...

Sen. Shelby to hold meet in Jackson

U.S. Sen. Richard C. Shelby (R-Ala.) will join the residents of Clarke County for a county visit on Thursday, Jan. 12 at 4 p.m. The county visit, which is open to the public, will take place at the Jackson City Hall, located at 400 Commerce Street. More...

Courthouse expansion latest since 1837 annex

While some have grumbled that a new courthouse annex isn More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Area Obituaries

Jordan Sabrina Shontal Jordan, 24, of Mobile died Dec. 30, 2005 at her residence. More...

Cards of Thanks

We would like to express our grateful appreciation to everyone for their many kindnesses shown us during the illness and at the death of our mother, Lena Bell Dunagan. More...

Memoriams

In Loving Memory of Akrisha Necole McRae January 8, 2003-April 8, 2003

Forever in our hearts and dreams. Can not wait to see you smile again. Thank you dear Lord for my Angel. Love you. More...

Business

November 2005 Unemployment Data

Location Nov. 05 Oct. 05 Nov. 04 Choctaw County 4.9% 6.6% 8.4% More...

Sports

Bulldogs take a bite out of Demons

On Dec. 29-30 the Clarke County High School Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs basketball teams traveled to McIntosh High School to play in the McIntosh Holiday Tournament. More...

Last second shot dooms CCHS in title tilt

On Dec. 26-28 Clarke County High School hosted the Holiday Tournament which both the Bulldogs and the Lady Bulldogs basketball teams played in. More...

CHS Panthers lose in Oneonta

The Coffeeville Panthers traveled to Oneonta in Blount County last week and dropped four games in the holiday tournament there. More...

Editorial

Legislation moves to secure nation’s borders and ports

Congress Reports

Before the end of the year, the House passed a bipartisan border security bill by a vote of 239-182. More...

Gubernatorial politics forever changed in ’86

Alabama Scene

MONTGOMERY More...

Pictures From The Past

This picture was incorrectly identified and incorrectly attributed in the recent book, More...

Schools

ASCC classes can help you train for new career

Everything from nail care to welding, GIS, air conditioning and a lot more!

Are you interested in a new career or a new skill? Starting Spring Semester, Alabama Southern will offer several new evening classes to put you on the fast track to a new career! More...

Help available for GED and other basic education skills

Want to improve your reading, writing, math and job skills? More...

CPS student competes in honor band

Kaylyn Grocholl, an eighth grader at Clarke Preparatory School, was recently chosen to play alto saxophone in the sixth annual Troy University Southeastern United States Middle School Honor Bands. More...