November 16, 2006 RSS feed / Community

Yellow planks from hell?

The letter below is just one of the many complaints that have been voiced on the recently installed speedbreakers in Grove Hill. The Democrat has received numerous complaints about the yellow planks as has Town Hall. More...

Arrests booked through Clarke Jail during past week

Nearly 40 arrests were booked through the Clarke County Jail over the past week. More...

New officials take office

Newly elected District 65 State Rep. Marc Keahey, D-Grove Hill, took the oath of office in Chatom Tuesday (above). More...

Pioneer Day 2006

A variety of old time crafts and work skills were demonstrated Saturday during the Clarke County Museum's popular event.

This unusual barrel churn is spun by hand in a wooden frame. More...

Coffeeville Christmas Parade will be Saturday, Dec. 9

By Kathryn F. Pickard The Coffeeville Town Council voted to increase termite protection for the health clinic and the nutrition center. More...

Clarke County Records

Marriage license applications Kyle Gabriel Childs, to Mindy Lynn Etheridge; William M. Downey, to Pamela W. Smith; Jimmy David Shepherd, to April Allen Hanson. More...

T'ville police charge man with arson

Lederrick Andwan Chapman was arrested and charged with arson, first degree Nov, 8. More...

WWI casualties, others remembered at program

Temperatures dropped dramatically just as a Veterans Day program was starting in Grove Hill Saturday and a light mist of rain was falling, but the program to remember those who have fought and died for their country continued. More...

Clarke to help fund Twin Rivers

By Kathryn F. Pickard The Clarke County Commission agreed to earmark $2 per member of the Clarke County population for the Twin Rivers Partnership. More...

Arrests booked through Clarke Jail during past week

Nearly 40 arrests were booked through the Clarke County Jail over the past week. More...

Hospital Auxiliary holds meet

The Grove Hill Memorial Hospital Auxiliary met in the conference room at the hospital Wednesday, Oct. 25. Mrs. Janaee' Parden, president, called the meeting to order at 9 a.m. More...