November 23, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

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Autumn beauty

So many people are in such a hurry to get to the mountains to see the fall colors that they overlook the beauty right here at home. South Alabama's fall colors are more muted and subtle but are there nevertheless if we take the time to look. More...

Coffeeville Police Dept. and 'A Child Is Missing' program form partnership

The Coffeeville Police Department announced a partnership between the police department and "A Child Is Missing," a non-profit organization that assists law enforcement with the recovery of missing children and missing Alzheimer's patients. More...

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Community Calendar

Fulton parade The Dickinson and Fulton Unity II Community Organization will sponsor a Christmas parade More...

Church News

Whatley and Gainestown A.O.H. Churches They went out from us More...

Give Thanks To God At Thanksgiving And All Year Round

House of Prayer Missionary Church sets program Nov. 25 More...

Lifestyle

Fuller-Gates to marry Saturday in Whatley

Rebecca Darlene Fuller and Brian Douglas Gates will exchange wedding vows Saturday, Nov. 25 at 3 p.m. at Whatley Park, formerly Scott Park in Whatley. More...

Boise goes to court to lower tax bill

Boise has filed an appeal in Clarke County Circuit Court seeking to reduce its taxes by reducing $297 million in appraised values of certain parts of the Jackson paper mill. More...

Traditional Christmas parades set

Community holiday celebrations will begin this weekend with a parade in Fulton and open house at many businesses throughout the county. More...

Clarke's litter fighting efforts get recognition

Clarke County's anti-litter efforts received state recognition in Montgomery last Wednesday at the 2006 Alabama PALS Governor's Awards Program held on the campus of Troy University Montgomery. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Area Obituaries

Alford James Dwayne Alford, 47, of Coffeeville died Nov. 16, 2006 at UAB Hospital in Birmingham. More...

Honorarium

Mama "Where Are You?" "I'm right here!" My child when you are ready to come, "I'm right here?" I love and miss you so very much. I long to see your face, hear your voice, feel your touch and yes, smell your hair. More...

Sports

Lady Bulldogs, Bulldogs open with wins

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs dropped a close game 59-53 to defending Class 3A state champion Sumter County last Saturday night in York. More...

LHS Bears bounce Indians from playoffs

The Leroy Bears used a ballcontrol offense to hold off the Indians of Loachapoka 13-7 this past Friday night in the second round of the Class 2A state football playoffs at Palmer Stadium. More...

Quarter-final playoff pairings for AHSAA

(All games are scheduled Friday, Nov. 24, at 7:00 p.m. CST.) More...

Editorial

Alabama Scene

Recalling horrible political attacks on a good woman More...

Thankful storm season is over

There is a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. And since hurricane season officially ends Nov. 30, one of the things we can be thankful for is that the forcasters missed their calling this year. More...

Thanksgiving, 1932

We need to be thankful for a lot of things. Most of us have a pretty good life these days, although we will readily admit there are pockets of severe need in our county. More...

Schools

Time to look back at what we are truly thankful for

As we head towards our annual Thanksgiving break we again as a faculty are reminded of how blessed we truly are. The students have worked hard so far this year and we are thankful for the opportunity to provide them with a quality education. More...

Student government elects officers

"Vote for me" and "If you vote for me I will..." are words that have been echoed around More...

WHMS 'Rocket' kids

On Friday, Oct. 20, the PAWS students and students in Mrs. Gordon's Reading Class went to the park for an after-school rocket launch. David Wilhelm, the eighth grade science teacher, explained the principles of physics that cause a rocket to fly. More...