November 16, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Deaths

Robert Roy Dalhaus, 76 Janie Alma Coats Gates, 88 More...

'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...

Special Sections

Church News

Church of the Week

Good Springs Baptist Church of Winn

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Doing the right thing is rewarding

Rev. Tommy Gaillard Pastor, East Clarke Charge, United Methodist Church More...

Don't be willingly ignorant and eternally lost

Church Announcements

New Home Church concert "The Singing Echoes" of Cleveland, Tenn. along with "Grateful Heart" will be in concert at New Home Church near Monroeville on Friday, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. More...

Lifestyle

Harrell-Hudson to wed Nov. 18 in local church

Teresa Glenn Harrell of Grove Hill and John Michael Harrell of Birmingham, announce the engagement of their daughter, Tiffany Marie Harrell, to Michael Edward Hudson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Hudson. More...

Robison-Driver to marry Dec. 9

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Robison of Fulton announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lensi Anne to William Wade Driver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allison Driver of Sweet Water. More...

Final Wedding Plans Are Told

Hudson-Nall Anna Alicia Hudson and Andrew Scott Nall will exchange marriage vows Saturday, Nov. 18 at 10:30 a.m. at the "Chapel In The Glen" in Gatlinburg, Tenn. More...

Masked bandits rob Scyrene store

County lawmen are looking for two men who robbed Garrick Corner Grocery in Scyrene Thursday night and the driver of the get-away car. More...

Lots of write-in votes cast Nov. 7

Beaten judge candidate Chris Bailey draws 175 write-in votes

By Kathryn F. Pickard A good many Clarke Countians voted for candidates who were not on the ballot last week, especially for the circuit judge's seat. More...

Jury case Continued from front

By Jim Cox 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...

Community

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...

Commissioner Andrews honored

District 1 County Commissioner Rubye Andrews was honored with a retirement reception at the courthouse Tuesday afternoon. Here she is congratulated by local attorney Gil Gilmore and sheriff-elect Bobby Moore. Mrs. More...

Editorial

Alabama Scene

Now that the dust is beginning to settle from one of the ugliest General Election campaigns in history an obvious question to ask is "Who Won?" More...

Editor's Notes Mary Hamrick's influence rippled across life's pond

Death is something we all know is coming and the older one gets the more certain we are of it. More...

Two-county effort for economic development makes sense

The continued portion of this article was left off last week. It is reprinted in its entirety this week. More...

Schools

Superintendent Stephens details county schools in annual report

Only six teachers do not meet 'Highly Qualified' standards

By Kathryn F. Pickard 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...

Time to reflect on what we have learned

By Kathy Spidle GHES Principal It is hard to believe that November is here. We are about to embark on a busy holiday season. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we know that Christmas comes quickly thereafter. More...