July 13, 2006 RSS feed / Community

911 hires part-time dispatchers

Clarke County E-911 Director Becky Neugent reported Monday to board members that two new part-time employees had been hired. Both have completed the basic course and will finish the EMD course this week. More...

Pollworkers expect long day Tuesday

While the turnout in Clarke County was above 52 percent for the June 6 primary races-a good percentage in this day and age-political observers are taking bets on just how low it may be for the July 18 run-off. More...

Chance & Scyrene

Family reunions, church events make for a busy summer!

Happy belated birthday to little Miss Alexis Taylor Williams who turned 9 on July 2. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shane Williams of Fulton. More...

Cool cucumber

Rosetta Dickinson of Grove Hill brought this giant cucumber by to show. It was grown by A.J. Pritchett, also of Grove Hill. It weighs about two pounds. More...

Long Term Recovery applications offered through numerous methods

The Clarke County Long Term Recovery Committee (CCLTRC) will be taking applications for home repair and restoration due to Hurricane Katrina. Please read the following criteria and contact CCLTRC if you need assistance. More...

County Records

Marriage license applications Victor Devan Morrissette, to Charlene Victoria Washington; William Joseph Nichols, to Wendy Nicole Nichols; Kendall Dwight Washington, to Anita Louise Hollins; David Lee Neal, to Eula B. More...

Jax residents complain about new garbage collection regulations

The hot topic during Tuesday's Jackson City Council meeting was the complaints several councilmen said they had received concerning the changes in service implemented by Allied Waste, the company that provides garbage collection for the city. More...

ATRC to host meeting to gather info for economic development plan

As part of its contract with the U.S. More...

Cards of Thanks

The family of Nathan Alan Overstreet would like to express their sincere thanks and appreciation for all the acts of kindness shown to them during this time of bereavement. More...

Preserving local history lunch program topic July 18

The Clarke County Museum is hosting a lecture titled, "Famous Last Words: Recording and Preserving Oral History," Tuesday, July 18 at noon at the basement of the Clarke County Courthouse. More...

Two arrested for car theft, robbery by T'ville police

Two men were arrested and charged with stealing a man's car and his cash Friday evening. More...

Old Bank Gallery to show T'ville photographer's work

Opening reception is Saturday, July 15 from 5-7 p.m.

Arthur McLean would be a starving artist if he were not a newspaper man. He earns his living as the editor of the Thomasville Times, but he finds his biggest challenges and greatest satisfaction in the artwork he creates through his photography. More...

Attend conference

Four Clarke County students were among about 60 outstanding young people from across the state who attended the Alabama Farmers Federation's Youth Leadership Conference June 23-25 at the Alabama 4-H Center in Columbiana. More...

Tips for boat owners when hurricanes strike

As some boaters have found out in the last few years, it doesn't pay to wait until the last minute to prepare your vessel for an oncoming hurricane. But the experts at the BoatU.S. More...