November 9, 2006 RSS feed / Community

'Bigbee erosion hearing in Livingston

The sixth meeting in a series of 10 to allow property owners and others to learn about issues that impact stream bank erosion along the Tombigbee River will be held Thursday, Nov. 9 from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. More...

Gardening With Dora Poppies honor fallen soldiers

The ground is getting cold, but that's okay. That means that now is the time to plant annual poppy seeds for bloom next spring. More...

ATRC seeking senior volunteers to help counsel families' needs

The Alabama-Tombigbee Regional Commission Area Agency on Aging (ATRC AAA), in conjunction with the Alabama Department of Senior Services (ADSS) and the University of West Alabama (UWA), is seeking senior volunteers for participation in its Winter 200 More...

Corps of Engineers will waive day use fees for veterans and those on active duty on Veterans Day

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will join other federal agencies in waiving day use fees for veterans, active duty service members and their families at its recreation areas nationwide on Nov. 11. More...

Box-by-box counts for selected Clarke County races, Nov. 7 general election

Here are more vote totals for Clarke County. Other races can be found on the front page: More...

Domestic fuss lands county coroner in jail

Thomas loses office Tuesday

Clarke County Coroner Jonas Nicholson Thomas and Charles Thomas Browder were both arrested Sunday in Thomasville following an altercation between Thomas and his girlfriend Cherie Browder. More...

Complaint of speeding on Court St. in Grove Hill

Gina Overtsreet went before the Grove Hill Town Council Monday night to request traffic control devices and a slower speed limit be enforced on Court Street. More...

C'ville police arrest Silas man Halloween night

A Silas man received the trick and Coffeeville Police Department got the treat last Halloween night. More...

Veterans Day program Saturday to remember first casualty of WWI

Local Veterans of Foreign Wars veterans will hold a Veterans Day program at the Grove Hill Cemetery Saturday, Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. 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...

Odom recognized

Superintendent Gerald Stephens, right, presented school board member Clint Odom with a plaque of appreciation last week for his service on the board. More...

Hudson-Nall to exchange vows in Gatlinburg, Tenn.

Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Hudson of Thomasville announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Anna Alicia Hudson to Andrew Scott Nall, son of Eddie Nall and Dianne Nall, both of Excel. More...

Mrs. Arnold to be honored on 91st b'day in Whatley

The family of Sarah Garrick Arnold will celebrate her 91st birthday Saturday, Nov. 11 at the Horeb Baptist Church from 2 until 3:30 p.m. Your presence will be gift enough. More...

Jackson tractor accident victim said improving

David Johnson, of Jackson, who was injured in a tractor accident Oct. 18, is said to be improving at the University of South Alabama Medical Center in Mobile. More...

Local lawmen assist U.S. marshals

Four local law enforcement officers were deputized as U.S. Marshals for Operation FALCON III, held Oct. 22-28 in 48 districts in 24 states east of the Mississippi River. More...

Gravel truck flips and spills load on Highway 69 in Stave Creek community

The driver of a gravel truck lost control of his vehicle, Saturday, causing it to hit a culvert and flip, tearing down a fence and spraying a residence with part of his load. More...