August 31, 2006 RSS feed / Community

Become a Coffeeville Tombigbee Maid

If you are a 7-12th grade girl you are eligible to apply to become a Tombigbee Maid. More...

Diabetic classes to be at local hospital Sept. 7

A basic diabetes education class will be Thursday, Sept. 7 at 6 p.m. at the Grove Hill Memorial Hospital. The Diabetes Support Group will also meet at this time. For more information call 251-275-3191, ext. 507. More...

Judge Crow elected to lead state circuit judges association

The Honorable Harold Crow, who is currently serving as Presiding Circuit Judge of the 1st Judicial Circuit, was elected as President of the Circuit Judges Association of Alabama. More...

Citizen of Year nominations solicited

The Grove Hill Civitan Club is accepting nominations for Grove Hill's Citizen of the Year. More...

Whillock-Turberville wed in Stave Creek

Jami Marie Turberville and Daniel Everette Whillock, both of Dothan were united in marriage Saturday, July 8, 2006 at 4 p.m. at Stave Creek Baptist Church. Rev. Wayne Smith, associate pastor of the Satsuma Baptist Church officiated. More...

Kinman-Neal plan Sept. 16 wedding

Randy and Candace Kinman of Grove Hill announce the engagement of their daughter, Valerie Michelle Kinman, to Kevin Lee Neal, son of the late Wesley and Shirley Neal of Christiansburg, Va. More...

Catherine Cope's art featured Sept. 10 in Montgomery gallery

Catherine Hare Cope of Montgomery, a Clarke County native who grew up in Grove Hill, is an award-winning artist who paints in multiple mediums, sculpts, and does fine crafts with skill and enthusiasm. More...

Peterman Station date set

The Annual Peterman Station Arts and Crafts Festival will be held in downtown Peterman on Saturday, Nov. 18. Now in its 23rd year, this event has become a very popular event, bringing crafters from across Alabama and surrounding states. More...

Records

Marriage license applications Brandon Doyle Lindsey, to Cora Melissa Odom; Willie Earl Coates, to Frances Lynette Thomas; Timothy Gregson, to Heather Weaver; Gary Leland Pierce, to Mary Lou Newton; Keith Cordell Butler, to Chareice Tipton; Tr More...

Fulton VFW plans big gospel singing for Saturday, Oct. 7

The Fulton Volunteer Fire Department will have their annual Fall Gospel Singing on Saturday, Oct. 7 in downtown Fulton from 4 p.m. until. More...

Jax Fire Prevention Queen, Court

The Jackson Fire Department recently announced this year's Fire Prevention Court. Members of the court (L-R) are Maid Emily Allen, a senior at Jackson High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. More...

Counselman gets masters at Penn State

David Counselman of Jackson completed the Master of Arts degree in Spanish Linguistics at the Pennsylvania State University last Spring semester. In this, his second year in the M.A. More...

Memoriam

In Loving Memory Linda Smith Oct. 3, 1950 - Aug. 15, 1986

20 years ago our worlds came to an end when the Lord called you home. We could not have asked for a better wife, mother, daughter, or friend. We have a picture of you in a frame, but hold you closer in our hearts. More...

Arts council donates to CAC

The Grove Hill Arts Council donated proceeds from the children's play, "How to Eat Like a Child" to the Clarke Regional Children's Advocacy Center. More...

Grants awarded for road safety

Gov. Bob Riley has awarded $70,501 to remove dangerous drivers from the roads and improve traffic safety in six southwest Alabama counties. More...

Hurricane Katrina heroes to be saluted at CWEMC meet

For a time, during the last two years, portions of Clarke-Washington EMC's service area resembled a hurricane bowling alley. Direct strikes came from Ivan, Dennis and Katrina and few were spared. More...

Shoes for Orphan Souls now underway

Moody Radio stations, WMFT-Tuscaloosa /Birmingham, WMBV-Dixons Mills and WMBU-Forest, Miss. are now conducting their Shoes for Orphan Souls Campaign. More...

Retiring commissioner honored by peers

Clarke County Commissioner Rubye Andrews was recently honored by the Association of County Commissions of Alabama for her 16 years of service in county government and to the state of Alabama. More...

Tips to help you save on your next gas fillup

There is something exhilarating about turning the key and taking off on the open road. But the rise in gas prices has turned this exhilaration into trepidation for many motorists. More...

Hwy. 14 Antique Trail set

Alabama Highway 14 Antique Trail is a new weekend long event to be held Sept. 15-17. More...

Waller-Gilmore say vows June 24 in B'ham church

Miss Haver Peerson Gilmore and William David Waller exchanged wedding vows Saturday evening, June 24, 2006 at Huffman United Methodist Church in Birmingham. The Rev. Gerry Hearin performed the ceremony that united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. More...

Final Wedding Plans

Dumas-Flint DaKota Nichole Dumas and John Edward Flint will exchange wedding vows Sunday, Sept. 3 at 4 p.m. at Gainesridge Dinner Club in Camden. More...

Ossie Woodard to celebrate 85th birthday

Ossie E. Woodard's 85th birthday celebration will be at the American Legion Hall in Coffeeville Sunday, Sept. 3 from 2 until 4 p.m. All family and friends are encouraged to attend this surprised event. Refreshments will be served. More...

Chance & Scyrene

Fill-in church speaker does fine job

Elder LaBarron Morrissette spoke at the annual Missionary Day Program at the Chance Baptist Church this past Sunday. More...

Legislative Conservationist of Year is Thomas Jackson

State Rep. Thomas Jackson, D-Thomasville, was awarded the Legislative Conservationist of the Year at the 2006 Governor's Conservation Achievement Awards banquet. More...

Book Club starts new season

The Grove Hill Arts Council in conjunction with the Thomasville Arts Council is ready to launch the 2006 Community Book Read. This year's selection is "Rocket Boys" by Alabama resident Homer Hickam. More...