December 14, 2006 RSS feed / Community

CARD OF THANKS

Thanks to each of you for your calls, cards, food, concern and prayers during our loved one's stay in the hospital and short time at home before passing. The Junior F. Fuller Family More...

MEMORIAM

It's been a year since you have been gone. You never complained. You were always strong. We will always treasure the love and laughter you showered on us. We love and miss you very much. The Robinson Family More...

T’ville car dealer looks for leeway after ALDOT’s proposed intersection alters plan for building on property

Thomasville automobile dealer Harry Brooks asked Clarke County Commissioners Monday for some leeway in contract restrictions governing the development of property he purchased for a new dealership back in March. More...

Parks and rec board funds over $275,000 in projects

A special Clarke County tobacco tax put on for parks and recreation has funded over $275,000 in projects in four years, one of the board members told county commissioners Monday. More...

T’ville civic center finally gets OK for construction

Bid comes in at $3.8 million; to be funded with 30-year bond issue

After years of talk about renovating the old Thomasville High School to be a civic center and many redrawn and revamped plans, the Thomasville City Council voted Monday to proceed with the project, recently bid at $3.8 million. More...

Jax police make arrests for robbery

Three Jackson men have been arrested in connection with a robbery that occurred in the Depot area Nov. 23. Mario Marquez King, 20, Felix James King, 30 and Jeremy Ladell West, 25, were arrested Dec. More...

Parker gets 42 years for drive-by killing of innocent bystander

Sherwin More...

CLARKE COUNTY RECORDS

Marriage license applications Darvin Ray Pruitt, to Donna Susan Harden; Brent Douglas McGuffee, to Tonya Leigh Casteel; John David Boliver, to Channa Bernice Cheatham; James Patrick Dodds, to Christie Leigh Tyler; Henry Stephens, to Mary Ann Giles More...

Opportunities for senior volunteers

The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) Eldercare Locator launched its fourth annual More...

Jury hangs again on murder against mental health worker

District attorney dismisses charge

The District Attorney More...

Riley awards grants to improve recreation in Southwest Alabama

Gov. Bob Riley has awarded grants totaling more than $150,000 to improve recreational opportunities in three southwest Alabama counties. Funds will be used to construct or renovate recreational trails in the towns of Gilbertown, Fulton and Excel. More...

With Heartfelt Thanks

Dear friends, neighbors and family. You reached out to touch our hand instead you touched our Heart. Each of you have been so thoughtful, gracious and kind during the loss of our loved one. More...

County agrees to accept subdivision street

Providing it meets all county criteria

Clarke County Commissioners agreed Tuesday to accept a new street in a subdivision being developed by a resident in a non-municipal area, if it meets the criteria set by the county. More...

Electrical work planned at courthouse over long Christmas holidays

Courthouse will close at 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 22

The electrical power to the Clarke County Courthouse will be shut off Friday afternoon, Dec. 22 so that connections can be made to the new wing. The courthouse will close at 1 p.m. that day and will reopen at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 27. More...

Truck wrecks on Highway 84

A Bay Springs, Miss. truck hauling a load of pilings ran off Highway 84 west of Grove Hill and wrecked in the predawn hours of Wednesday, Dec. 6. More...

Jackson focusing on cleaning up

Abandoned mobile home to be removed, owner billed

The Jackson City Council voted, Tuesday, to remove an abandoned mobile home as it continues its efforts to get property owners to clean up abandoned buildings and vehicles around the city. More...

Arrests booked through jail

Arrests booked through the Clarke County Jail during the past week include the following: James Edward Baker, 62, liquor law violation, maintenance of unlawful drinking place, $1,500 bond, arrested by Thomasville Police Department. More...

Mathews to sign books Monday

Clarke County native Mary Chapman Mathews and photographer Chip Cooper will be at the Clarke County Museum in Grove Hill Monday, Dec. 18 to sign copies of More...

Study Club hears archaeology program

The Community Study Club of Grove Hill organized in 1929, held the November meeting in the home of Mrs. Pat Williams with Mrs. Jean Butts as co-hostess. Mrs. French Downey, president, called the meeting to order and introduced the guests - Mrs. More...

Lose weight for a more healthy life

What would you do if you found you were walking around with a silent killer? Approximately one in three American adults are doing just that. They have high blood pressure and don More...