October 19, 2006 RSS feed / Community

Farm-City Committee poster contest scheduled

The Clarke County Farm-City Committee is sponsoring a poster contest locally and statewide. More...

Black Belt Treasures to host Folk Life Festival Oct. 28 at Camden facility

Black Belt Treasures will host a Folk Life Festival on Saturday, Oct. 28, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Camden. More...

Big sweet taters

James and Dorothy Newton of Fulton show off two eight pound sweet potatoes that James grew in their garden. They had others just as big. More...

Ol' Red to the rescue in Fulton!

Fulton has a new K-9 unit. More...

Clarke County Records

Marriage license applications James Lamar Baker II, to Laken Loree Wood; William Matthew Faulk, to Brittany Lynne Turner; Jeremy Payton Henson, to April Dawn Bouler; Emanuel Tate, to Shonda Norwood; Roy Dell Mose, to Lakeisha Danielle Phillip More...

Card of Thanks

To those of you, our friends and family, who came and embraced us with your love and presence during Mother's short illness and at her death, we just want to humbly say, "Thank You." For the beautiful flowers, cards, calls, the prayers, the strengthe More...

Memoriums

Jimmie F. Wiggins Nov. 13, 1933-Oct. 18, 2005 One year, that's all it's been.

Seems ages, since your face we've seen It broke our hearts to see you go More...

Clarke-Washington Fair starts Tuesday in Jackson

The annual Clarke-Washington Counties Fair, sponsored by the Jackson Rotary Club, is planned for Oct. 31-Nov. 4, at the Clarke-Washington Fairgrounds located behind Jackson Steakhouse on U.S. Highway 43. More...

Aloha, y'all!

Fred and Pat McGraw of Grove Hill recently returned from a two week vacation on The Islands of Hawaii. They visited four islands, Kauai, Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii, the Big Island. They got out just before the earthquake hit Friday, Oct. 13. More...

Phillips graduates basic training for Marine Corps

United States Marine Corps Private Thomas Alan Phillips graduated from basic training at Parris Island, South Carolina, on Sept. 22. More...

Syrupmaking planned at Rikard's Mill Nov. 4

A 19th century restored mule-driven cane mill and furnace will again be making syrup as in the olden days at Rikard's Mill Saturday, Nov. 4. More...