February 19, 2009 RSS feed / Community

Chance resident has kidney transplant at UAB

Chance & Scyrene

Congratulations and best health wishes to Chance native Ezan Morrissette who recently underwent a kidney transplant in Birming- ham. He had suffered from kidney disease for a number of years and was able to receive a kidney a few weeks ago. More...

Full-time Grove Hill police officer would eliminate overtime pay

The Grove Hill Town Council held a short meeting Tuesday, meeting a day later than normal because of the Presidents Day holiday. The council heard from Police Chief Leo Frazier and Street Superintendent William Jackson. More...

Extension Service

Deciding on the right fruit tree to plant

There are literally hundreds of fruit tree varieties available for a given fruit. Selection of varieties for your home orchard can be a difficult task. More...

Clarke County to receive FEMA funds

Clarke County has been awarded federal funds under the emergency food and shelter program. Clarke County has been chosen to receive $18,562 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the area. More...

Children's Advocacy Center receives $36,800 grant to help abused children

Gov. Bob Riley has awarded a $36,800 grant to assist a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping child abuse victims in Choctaw, Clarke and Washington counties. More...

Shooting exercise at JHS

An active shooters exercise was conducted at Jackson High School Friday, Feb. 13, to help better prepare local law enforcement officers in the event such an incident should ever take place. More...

Jackson Citizen of the Year

DELORIS FLEMING was honored as Jackson Citizen of the Year 2008 during a special banquet hosted by the Jackson Rotary Club Thursday, Feb. 12, at the H.W. Pearce Park Assembly House. More...

Confederate descendants to hold reunion in Grove Hill

Four companies of the 38th Alabama Infantry were raised in area

Descendants of Confederate soldiers who served in the 38th Alabama Infantry will hold a reunion in Grove Hill March 27-29. The group met here in 2005. More...

4-H fun for youth!

If you are a youth or an adult looking for something FUN to do in the community, you might want to think about becoming involved in the 4-H Youth Development program here in Clarke County. More...