September 21, 2006 RSS feed / Community

United Way campaign starts

A luncheon at the Grove Hill United Methodist Church Tuesday officially kicked off the 2006 fall campaign for the Clarke County United Way. The goal this year is $150,000. More...

Candidates, public invited to political forum Oct. 10

The Alabama New South Coalition and the Tombigbee Republican Club are sponsoring a political forum for candidates on the Nov. 7 general election ballot. The event will be at the McCorquodale Auditorium, Jackson High School, on Tuesday, Oct. More...

Wilcox forestry tour is Sept. 26

As a forest landowner you may have wondered from time to time if you and your woods could benefit from a timber harvest. More...

Assistance available for replacing hurricane trees

Sign-up has begun for the Emergency Forestry Conservation Reserve Program (EFCRP), a $504.1 million program created to help landowners and operators restore and enhance forestland damaged by the hurricanes that occurred in 2005, announced Danny F. More...

New York museum contributes to local museum's storm repairs

A small historical association in upper New York State recently surprised the employees and volunteers at the Clarke County Historical Museum in Grove Hill by sending a contribution toward previous years' hurricane damage repairs. More...

Cards of Thanks

There are no words to express the appreciation to the people who showed us their love and kindness during the illness and death of Lucille White. A special thank you to the staff and nurses at Jackson Medical Center. To Dr. More...

'Rocket Boys' is Community Read project for September and October

The 2006 Community Read of "Rocket Boys" (retitled October Sky) by Alabama author Homer Hickam Jr. is sponsored by Grove Hill and Thomasville Art Councils will be September through October. More...

Grove Hill increases garbage, sewerage rates

Special meet Sept. 26 on revitalization project

Grove Hill residents will be paying more for garbage pick-up and higher sewerage rates. More...

Ferry for Gee's Bend

Governor Bob Riley and members of the world-famous Gee's Bend quilters celebrate aboard the ferry when it reopened Monday after a 44-year absence. More...

Legislator's check bounces

A couple of weeks ago State Rep. Nick Williams, R-Sims Chapel, was at the Grove Hill Public Library to present a $1,466.66 check from last year's legislative discretionary funds. More...

Clarke County Records

Marriage license application s Michael Landon Westbrook, to Cassandra Denise Pugh; Nolan J. Atkins Jr., to Sherry Cave Green; Jeffrey A. O'Bryant, to Miriam Nekol Lyles; Ray A. Hurd, to Dolfinette L. More...

E-911 urges homeowners to number their residences

Clarke County residents are being urged once again to put their house numbers on the mailbox, house or somewhere visible in front of their houses in order to help emergency personnel when responding to a call. More...