January 31, 2008 RSS feed / Community

Chamber learns about pandemic flu threat

Ricky Elliott, area coordinator with the Alabama Department of Public Health, spoke Tuesday to a luncheon meeting of the Grove Hill Area Chamber of Commerce at Gloria's Restaurant. More...

Clarke cattlemen hold annual meeting

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Johnny Estis still going strong at 80, repairing broken TVs, other electronics

Johnny Estis, owner of Estis Radio & TV Service of Grove Hill, first began working on televisions in 1952 while serving in the United States Army at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland. More...

Author draws from his life experiences in new novel

Grove Hill resident Jim Herod recently published a novel which begins in Dallas County, where Herod grew up, and ends in Clarke County, where he lives now. The main character in the novel, "Gathering Moss," is a small boy named Wesley Stone. More...

Memories of Louisiana

Memories & Recipes

It's time for Mardi Gras and it brings back memories from Louisiana. In elementary school we were given the day off for Fat Tuesday and for Ash Wednesday. More...

Four suspects face charges for drugs and stolen guns

Four people were arrested during two separate raids on a residence in the Depot area of Jackson Jan. 18 and 25. More...

T'ville council approves bid for renovation of fire station

A second round of bidding for work at Thomasville's fire station No. 2 has met with council approval. The city has been working for many months to expand the fire station located at the corner of Old Hwy. 5 and Joe Davis Industrial Blvd. More...

Jackson Police report thefts/drug arrest

The Jackson Police Department received several reports of thefts during the past week. More...

Arrests made by Thomasville Police

Thomasville Police Department reported five misdemeanor arrests over the past week. Those arrested include: Andre Lamar Davis, driving while license revoked, arrested Jan. 21; cruelty to animals, disorderly conduct, arrested Jan. 24. More...

Jackson child treated for ingesting meth; police investigating

A two-year-old child was treated at Jackson Medical Center (JMC), Tuesday, after ingesting what is believed to have been methamphetamine. More...

Historical society hears about Fort Sinquefield play

"It takes a while for something to grow and it includes a little love and a little bit of a miracle, said Terry Norris speaking of a proposed play concerning the Battle of Fort Sinquefield. More...

Tribute to area bluegrass artist Feb. 3

The St. Stephens Baptist Church and Victory Grove Pentecostal Church of Wagarville, along with family and friends would like to invite you to a day of Celebration in honor of Jerry Sullivan at 11 a.m. on Feb. 3 at the St. More...

Career opportunities on display at Jackson 'Parents Night'

A "Parents Night" job fair was held Jan. 24 at Jackson High School. More...