June 8, 2006 RSS feed / Community

Grove Hill council supports annual cancer benefit

Members of the Grove Hill Town Council voted to hold a benefit for cancer patients every year on the second Saturday in June. More...

Man with drugs runs from and then to lawmen in Coffeeville

A man who ran from the law in Coffeeville actually ran back to them, with illegal drugs in his hands. More...

Workmen injured when second floor of house collapses

Three men were injured Thursday morning when the second floor of the house they were building collapsed. More...

Circuit judge candidates spent over $204,000 on race

The two candidates for a circuit judge's post in the First Judicial Circuit each spent over $102,000 trying to lure voters in the hotly contested race. More...

Clarke County Unofficial results Republican Primary

Governor Roy Moore, 677 Bob Riley, 1,472 More...

Clarke County Unofficial results Democratic Primary

Governor Lucy Baxley, 4,440 Joe Copeland, 40 More...

Good voter turnout for Tuesday's balloting

Two voters scorn party's contests and vote only on amendment

Turnout was good Tuesday, with nearly 53 percent of Clarke County's estimated 17,500 registered voters casting ballots. More...

Coffeeville

Lots of visiting in and out of C'ville

Mr. and Mrs. John Dungan of Jackson, Mrs. Janice Desporte of Mobile were guests of Mrs. Golden Shepherd last weekend. More...

One felony arrest made in T'ville

The Thomasville Police Department reported one felony arrest and 18 misdemeanor arrests during the past week. More...

C-M Gas details financial figures in 2005 audit

Members of the Clarke-Mobile Counties Gas District Board of Directors approved the proposed audit for 2005 presented by McKee and Associates. The company has $42,700,000 in total assets. More...

Clarke County students make President's List at University of Mobile

The University of Mobile has released the names of students named to the President's List for the 2006 spring semester. More...

County Records

Marriage license applications Jeremy Lee May, to Teresa Leighann Wages; Robert Gregory Sellers, to Heather Jewel Dunn; Johnny Mark Sublette, to Deanna Diane Stallings; Jeffrey Scott Henson, to Stacy Renee Milstead; Chester Glen Milstead, to S More...

Cards of Thanks

The family of Anne B. Gregory would like to thank all of you who were a comfort to us after the passing of our Mama. More...

Taite earns doctorate

Lakeshia J. Taite of Grove Hill was conferred a Ph.D. in Bioengineering at the 93rd Commencement of Rice University in Houston, Texas on May 13. More...

Chance & Scyrene

Chance, Packers Bend area churches plan events

In an article last month I mentioned that Packers Bend resident Patricia Diana Tunstall received a CWM Water Authority Scholarship. More...

Thomasville student on dean's list at Meridian Community College

Daniel Kania of Thomasville has made the Dean's List of honorees at Meridian Community College. More...

Challengers fail again to unseat longtime Clarke Republican Executive Committee members

The Clarke County Republican Executive Committee apparently beat back another challenge from a group that has been trying to dislodge longtime members from the committee for several years. More...

Look for box-by-box totals next week

The Probate Office was having trouble Wednesday morning printing out box-by-box tabluations for individual races. More...

Amendment Amendment No. 1 Same Sex Marriage Ban Yes, 7,118

No, 1,247 More...

Hunter back home

Hunter, the former K-9 officer for Grove Hill Police Department has come back home to live with owner and former handler Officer Royce Kelley. More...

Secret Safe Place gets first newborn at GH hospital

Amy Duke of the District Attorney's office reported Tuesday morning that the first baby had been placed in the care of Grove Hill Memorial Hospital through the Secret Safe Place for Newborns program. More...

Generator and shelter management classes scheduled

Roy Waite, Clarke County Emergency Management Agent has announced there will be two classes available relating to hurricane preparedness. More...

Perfect timing catches trailer thieves

Bryan Lindsey was definitely at the right place at the right time Wednesday morning when he spotted a tool trailer stolen from a worksite he happened to be headed to. More...