July 27, 2006 RSS feed / Community

Training for helicopter landing

Coffeeville, West Bend/Bethel, Antioch and Salitpa fire fighters attended a training session in Coffeeville to learn procedures for preparing a landing zone for medical emergency transport helicopters. More...

Attempted murder charged in car shooting

Robert Earl Jones of Thomasville was charged with attempted murder after he fired a gun into a vehicle, occupied by five people. More...

Lightning strikes Jax police tower

Last Wednesday, July 19, the Jackson Police Department's communications tower was struck by lightning taking out the radio console along with the main hub and frame. More...

County Records

Marriage license applications Christopher Voltz, to Chenetta Marie Jackson; Joseph Walco Richard, to Rebekah Paulette Gartman; Ronnie Lee Watkins, to Teresa Antionetta Gailes; Cotrie Pirvest Cowan Jr., to Pamela Jean Coker; Joshua Brandon Web More...

$500 fine possible for littering

According to current Alabama law, persons can be cited for violating the roadside litter statute and fined $500 through the issuance of a ticket by a law enforcement officer. More...

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...

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...

Blanche Hicks visits

Coffeeville

Mrs. Blanche Hicks of Satsuma spent last week at her home here. She had as her guests her sister-in-law, Mrs. Louise Frazier of Starkville, Miss. and her daughter, Patricia of Oxford, Miss. Other guests on Wednesday were: Mrs. Mennah Lee Morgan, Mr. More...

Dickinson residents want speed breakers

Residents of Ashford Lane in Dickinson attended a public hearing Monday before the Clarke County Commission concerning the addition of traffic control devices, or speed breakers, to the road. More...

Jax council recognizes good work

James DuBose lauded for good work along 43

Jackson city worker James DuBose was recognized by the city council Tuesday evening for his work on the beautification and upkeep of the median and shoulders of U.S. Highway 43 within the Jackson city limits. More...

Famous 19th century naturalist topic for historical society meeting this Sunday

AU professor will discuss Englishman's efforts to study, collect insects in frontier America

The life and work of 19th century naturalist and artist Philip Henry Gosse will come to life on Sunday, July 30 at 2:30 p.m. at the Grove Hill Town Hall with a lecture by Auburn University Professor of Entomology Gary Mullen. More...