July 27, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

C'ville school readied for full student body

Construction at the site of the new Clarke County High School building is moving along, Superintendent Gerald Stephens told school board members last week. The plumbing and electrical work has been done and some concrete has been poured. More...

Peebles to open in Jackson next week

With the Aug. 3 grand-opening of a brand new Peebles store, located at 2415 N. College Ave. in Jackson, area residents will have easier access to name-brand fashions than ever before. More...

Special Sections

Community

Charity Hudson has kidney transplant

Charity Hudson is up and doing well after undergoing kidney transplant surgery at USA Medical Center in Mobile Monday. More...

Chance & Scyrene

Annie Lee Welch enjoys birthday party

Mrs. Annie Lee Welch of Chance was recently honored with a surprise birthday party given by her children. She enjoyed the company of friends and family while they shared a delicious meal and socialized with one another. More...

Card of Thanks

We would like to thank everyone for the love, prayers, food, gifts, visits, calls, cards, memorials, and flowers given to and in our loved one's name during the time of his tragic accident and death. More...

Calendar

Community Calendar

WHHS Class of '59 reunion Wilson Hall High School Class of 1959 will celebrate its 47th class reunion More...

Church News

Announcements

Bethel Baptist revival

Bethel Baptist Church of Coffeeville will have revival services beginning Thursday, (tonight), July 27 through Saturday, July 29 at 6:30 p.m. nightly. Sunday morning service will be at 11 a.m. Bro. More...

Lifestyle

Memories & Recipes

Make a great omelet better with some tasty boudin

Cindy Garrick I love it when the family all gets together for a holiday or summer vacation. More...

Neal-Sheffield wed July 15 in Perry's Chapel church

Eula Sheffield Sherman and David Lee Neal were united in marriage Saturday, July 15, 2006 at Jones Methodist Protestant Church in Perry's Chapel. More...

Lueck-White exchange vows in B'ham church

Carrie Elizabeth White and Jason Scott Lueck were married on April 1, 2006 at 4 p.m. at the Lutheran Church of Vestavia Hills in Birmingham, Alabama. Reverend Clifford N. Hellmers officiated at the ceremony. More...

Toddtown native eyes 75-job plant

A Toddtown native who attended last year's supplier conference in Thomasville said then that he would like to do something to help provide jobs locally. More...

Clarke County deputy arrested

Clarke County Sheriff's Deputy Thomas Fox was arrested on domestic violence charges last weekend. More...

Driver in wreck that killed teen charged with murder

William J. Fendley, 22, has been arrested and charged with reckless/vehicle murder. He was taken to Clarke County Jail July 19 and his bond was set at $50,000. More...

Big tanks going down

Fuel storage tanks were recently put in place at the site where Bumpers Oil is constructing a new gas station. According to Steve Bumpers, the tank in the photo is the only 20,000 gallon underground diesel tank in the county. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Area Obituaries

Counselman Virena Counselman, 79, of Coffeeville died July 19, 2006 in a local hospital. More...

Other Obituaries

Carlson Andrew Rudolph "Rudy" Carlson, 82, of Linden, Mich. died July 24, 2006 at his residence. More...

Business

Tenn.'s top medical defense lawyer from here

A Grove Hill native was rated the most successful medical defense lawyer in the State in 2005, according to a legal journal in the state. She was ranked fourth "Most Prolific Trial Attorneys" in the state. More...

Management team to oversee C-M Gas District's daily work

Members of the Clarke-Mobile Counties Gas District Board of Directors voted at their July 17 meeting to hire an ACT Energy Management team to manage the daily operations of the company. More...

Sports

Teacher's love of archery leads to gold

"This all started in a very different way," Coffeeville High School Vocational teacher Joe Henderson said of his taking up the sport of archery. More...

Editorial

Strange uses TV ads to propel big victory

Alabama Scene

Picking up the pieces fom last week's Republican runoff election-and election in which few of you showed up to vote: More...

What Others Say

State archives best place for Wallace papers

The state Department of Archives and History is the proper place to save and display the Wallace family memorabilia instead of having it displayed in a museum. More...

From Our Files

120 years ago "A company of engineers were at Jackson, a few days ago, examining the location for the river bridge of the Grand Trunk railroad. Another survey of the route north of Jackson will be made immediately, we are told." More...