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Grove Hill Citizen of the Year

Mary Wilson English, center, was honored as Grove Hill's Citizen of the Year last Thursday night at the Grove Hill United Methodist Church. More...

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Veterans Day Tribute

Memorial fountain honors fallen WWII serviceman

Mildred Huggins and son Alfred Clay Rivers pose in front of the memorial drinking fountain, a tribute to their late husband and father, Jewel Alfred Rivers, at the Grove Hill Public Library last week. More...

Serviceman's last letter to wife and son in 1944 had eerie tone of finality

An old-fashioned water fountain in the Grove Hill Public Library is a tribute to a Clarke County serviceman whose plane was shot down in the Pacific in 1944 during World War II. More...

Superintendent Stephens details county schools in annual report

Only six teachers do not meet 'Highly Qualified' standards

Clarke County Superintendent of Education Gerald Stephens gave his annual report for the school system during the Nov. 2 meeting of the Clarke County Board of Education. More...

Calendar

Community Calendar

"A Christmas Memory" read set in Monroeville Tom Key, Atlanta actor and playwright will read Truman Capote's "A Christmas Memory," More...

Church News

Religion

Inspirational Tabernacle ends revival Inspirational Tabernacle Church will end its revival Thursday, (tonight), Nov. 9 at 7:30 p.m. Prophet D.L. Hughes of Orlando, Fla. will be the evangelist. Beverly Jackson is the pastor. More...

Church of the Week

First Baptist Church of Whatley

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Those represented by blood survive

By Rev. Billy Cardwell Magnolia Assembly of God More...

Lifestyle

Johnsons gather for 5 generation photograph

Katie Johnson, seated, of Butler, recently gathered with five generations of her family. Also seated with Johnson is her great-great-granddaughter, Elizabeth Murphy of Jackson. More...

Clarke Records

Marriage license applications Agee Stallworth Broughton, to Mary Campbell Hubbard; Marquis Larelle Hattaway, to Leviticus Jones; Jason Michael Johnson, to Britney Michelle Horsley. More...

Woodmen donate $500 to local DHR

Woodmen of the World Lodge of Jackson donated $500 to Clarke County Department of Human Resources on Oct. 17 to assist the elderly clients in Clarke County. More...

Keahey, Lindsey legislative winners

Democrat newcomer Marc Keahey of Grove Hill rolled to a big victory over incumbent State Rep. Nick Williams, R-Sims Chapel, in House District 65 Tuesday. More...

Jurors convict man of manslaughter in drive-by shooting

A former Jackson High School star football player was found guilty of manslaughter Friday in the 2004 drive-by shooting death of a bystander at an Alma nightclub. More...

Averett wins commission seat; DuBose reelected

Only one of five Clarke County Republican candidates was successful in bids for local offices Tuesday. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Area Obituaries

Smith Minnie B. Smith, 92, of Calvert died Oct. 31, 2006 at Lynnwood Nursing Home in Mobile. More...

Memoriams

You were my sister for so many reasons, words can not explain More...

Sports

Bulldogs fall in Brawl

CCHS' Walter Porter goes up high for an interception last Friday night in the Bulldog's 26-6 loss to Thomasville. Photo by Arthur McLean More...

CCHS fails to convert turnovers in loss to Tigers

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs let some opportunities slip through their fingers as they lost 26-6 to the Tigers of Thomasville High School in the 91 More...

Gators' bid for three straight titles ends

The second trip for the Clarke Prep School Gators to Bessemer had similar results as the first as they lost 37-8 to the top ranked Rebels in the first round of the AISA Class AAA playoffs last Friday night. More...

Editorial

Looking back at 14 gubernatorial races

I am sure some of you remember a hit television show of a few decades ago called "Mission Impossible." That title perfectly describes my mission as I sit down at my word processor to write this column. More...

Nation sends loud wakeup call Tuesday

Americans are not happy with the war in Iraq and other Republican-led policies. More...

People are sick and tired of dirty races

A lot of Alabamians would have voted for "none of the above" had that been a viable option Tuesday. More...