September 7, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

School projects updated

Sports complex awaits permits from ADEM

The Clarke County Board of Education held a brief meeting Thursday, Aug. 31. More...

Foundation's annual meeting to be in C'ville

Old-timey fish fry planned on Coffeeville High School campus

The Clarke County Develop-ment Foundation's annual meeting will be held in Coffeeville, Thursday, Sept. 21 and residents there are planning an old fashioned fish fry. More...

Special Sections

Business

Celebrating Our Heritage

J. W. Sales is celebrating 51 years of automobile sales and Sales Ford in Monroeville is marking its 40th anniversary this month. More...

Sports

Bulldogs fall to Miller

T.R. Miller 21, CCHS 6

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs hung tough but fell 21-6 to the visiting Tigers of T.R. Miller last Friday night at H.G. Prim Stadium in Grove Hill. More...

Faith upends CPS Gators

Faith 27, CPS 14

The Clarke Prep School Gators suffered their first loss in almost a year as they lost 27-14 to AAA powerhouse Faith Academy last Friday in Mobile. More...

CCHS Babes volleyball team enters rankings

The Clarke County High School Babes volleyball team has jumped into the 3A rankings as the season enters its second full week. More...

Editorial

Our Opinions

Alabama's rural roads need help

Clarke County Commissioner Rhondel Rhone wasted no time in using his new role as president of the Association of County Commissioners of Alabama to address a problem facing rural Alabama. More...

Alabama Scene

Black political boss Joe Reed a card-carrying racist

Political correctness be damned, it is time to tell it like it is. Joe Louis Reed, the long time black political power boss, is a racist. A card-carrying racist. More...

Five Years Later...

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Weapon not found in fatal Gainestown shooting

A Walker Springs man was killed Friday night at a hang-out in the Gainestown area. More...

Countians encouraged to participate in cleanup week

Litter Awareness Week will be observed in Clarke County Sept. 11-16 and special efforts are being made to make residents in the area more aware of the importance of keeping the environment clean. More...

Natural gas leak stops Labor Day traffic on 43

A natural gas leak in the Kelley Flat area brought Labor Day traffic on Highway 43 to a standstill temporarily late Monday afternoon. More...

Health and Safety Fair planned this Saturday at Grove Hill hospital

The Annual Health and Safety Fair at the Grove Hill Memorial Hospital is slated for this Saturday, Sept. 9 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Area Obituaries

Mullinix Herman LeRoy Mullinix, 85, of Jackson died Sept. 4, 2006. More...

Community

T'ville arrests are detailed

The Thomasville Police Department reported the arrest of Ronald Kent Montgomery Jr., on warrants for two counts of theft by deception, first degree. More...

Grants for nonprofit groups, schools available from Community Foundation

The Community Foundation of South Alabama announces the beginning of its 2007 grant cycle beginning Oct. 1. There are two main initiatives, Education and the Arts. 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...

Calendar

Community Calendar

Scarbrough-Dixon reunion The Scarbrough-Dixon Family Reunion will be More...

Church News

Church Announcements

St. James AME revival

St. James AME Church in Jackson will have revival services will begin Monday, Sept. 4 through Friday, Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. nightly. Rev. Earnest Eirby, pastor of the Pine Level Baptist Church of Arlington will be the evangelist for the week. Rev. More...

Paul details 'benefits' of the Holy Spirit

Sacred Heart Catholic Church

Reflection on Romans 8 Third in a Series of Five. In this third reflection upon the Eighth chapter of Romans, the verses will be 16 through 23. More...

Schools

Students participate in 'Community Read'

Wilson Hall Middle School students in Mrs. Annell Gordon's eighth grade reading class are participating in the Community Read sponsored by both the Grove Hill and Thomasville Arts Council. More...

ASCC tells honor roll

Alabama Southern announces summer semester honors list. More...

New faces at CCHS this year

Clarke County High School is the home to five new faculty members. Three are coaches, one is in the special education department and another teaches reading and history. More...