December 6, 2007 RSS feed / Community

Rutherford to be sentenced Monday

Sharon L. Rutherford, a former Coffeeville High School teacher, will be sentenced Monday, Dec. 10, on two counts of enticing a child to enter a room or vehicle for immoral purposes. More...

Car turns upside down off Hwy. 43

Authorities responded Nov. 30 to a car upside down off Highway 43 south of Grove Hill. Neither the driver or the passenger were injured. Photo by Barry H. Hendrix More...

Drug money seized

Money used in an apparent illegal drug transaction was seized Dec. 1 by Deputy Jim Mundie of the Clarke County Sheriff's Department. More...

Area cooks learn tips to repair holiday kitchen blunders

Many of us live very busy lives and have learned the art of multi-tasking - or at least we think. Anyone who has ever been distracted in the kitchen knows that anything can go wrong and often with disastrous results. More...

Thomasville parade highlights from this past Saturday

Thomasville Learning Center's kids were cooking up goodies! More...

Overcoming the fear of making homemade pies

Memories & Recipes

At choir practice the other day, Joy Hicks and were talking about the lost art of pie making. I cook the things that I watched Mom cook, as I was growing up. Sadly, Mama didn't bake many pies. More...

Farm-City poster winners announced

Winners in the Clarke County Farmers Federation Farm-City Poster Contest were announced Nov. 28 at the ALFA office in Grove Hill. Marie Slade of ALFA made the announcement and is pictured below with each winner. More...

Arrests booked into county jail

The following arrests were booked through the Clarke County Jail over the past week. Janie J. Willis, failure to appear in traffic court, arrested by Clarke County Sheriff's Dept. More...

Visits up at hospital clinics

Patient visits are up for all three clinics affiliated with the Grove Hill Memorial Hospital, Tina Syphrit, clinic administrator, reported Nov. 29 to the hospital board of directors. More...

Bell ringer on duty

Local attorney Rick Gilmore was seen Nov. 30 volunteering as a bell ringer for the Salvation Army at the Fast Track in Grove Hill. Photo by Barry H. Hendrix More...

Suspect caught in theft of trailers, four-wheeler

A suspect has been arrested in the theft of three utility trailers and a four-wheeler. More...

Senior volunteers honored at annual RSVP dinner

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Awards and Recognition Dinner was held Nov. 29 at Pineview Baptist Church in Thomasville. More...

IRS warns of scam targeting elderly

The Internal Revenue Service issued an urgent warning Dec. 4 about a tax scam targeting the elderly and others in Alabama. More...

Ginkgos are brillant creamy yellow in fall

Gardening With Dora

It is worth a drive by the Clarke County Courthouse in Grove Hill to see the ginkgo trees planted there. They are at the height of their fall color right now. I am always impressed with gingko trees this time of year. More...

Christmas in Jackson

The City of Jackson conducted its annual tree lighting ceremony Nov. 30 to kick off the Christmas season in the Pine City (left photo). More...