June 15, 2006 RSS feed / Community

AU grads and honors students named

Auburn University's Clarke County students who graduated and/or earned Dean's List honors in the spring semester. More...

Advance life support care to be required for 911 ambulance rotation

The Clarke County E-911 board voted during Tuesday's meeting that any ambulance service on the county's rotation will be required to provide advanced life support care. More...

Correction

A report last week on the campaign expenditures of the two candidates for a circuit judge's post in the First Judicial Circuit misstated one of the candidate's expenses. More...

Georgia man was hiding stolen goods in Chilton

A Georgia man has been arrested in connection with burglaries at several residences in Clarke and Marengo Counties and hiding the goods in Clarke County. More...

New Arrival

Finney Staci and Lee Finney of Salitpa announce the arrival of a son, Richard Evin Finney, born May 31, 2006 at 12 p.m. at Providence Hospital in Mobile. He weighed seven lbs., 15 ozs. and measured 20 inches. More...

Calhouns and Whatleys gather for annual reunion

For the 33rd time the Whatleys, Calhouns and their community friends enjoyed their annual gathering on June 3. The format was a four o'clock covered dish picnic, spread in the social hall of the Grove Hill United Methodist Church. More...

T'ville sparring with Allied Waste over rate hike

The Thomasville City Council Monday authorized Mayor Sheldon Day and City Attorney Edmon McKinley to try and negotiate a new contract with the city's garbage contractor and if the negotiations fail to seek bids from other contractors. More...

WHHS Class of 1956

The 50th year 1956 Class of Wilson Hall High School Reunion was held May 26 and 27 at The Magnolia. Front row, left to right, Lovie Lee Horn, Instructor, Mrs. Della Washington, Mary (Burrell) Welch, Dr. More...

Come take a tour of Grove Hill

While there are signs of activity in Grove Hill- a new convenience store, a new high school and an addition to the courthouse are all under construction-scenes like these are much more common around town: Dilapidated and deteriorating buildings, ove More...