April 9, 2009 RSS feed / Community

Fund set up for Joshua Deas

An account has been set up for Joshua Deas at First United Security Bank. He was injured in a car accident in March. He remains in the USA Trauma Center. More...

Relay contributions fight cancer

The weather could not have been better last Friday for the 2009 Grove Hill Relay for Life event to benefit the American Cancer Society. All total, the Grove Hill effort raised $37,775 to help cancer research efforts. More...

CLARKE COUNTY LEADERSHIP 2009

The Leadership Clarke County Class 2009 held its graduation last Thursday with a meal and program at the Grove Hill United Methodist Church. More...

Horseback, wagon trail ride benefits animal shelter

A mountain road trail ride will be held Saturday, May 2 on Guy's Fish Pond Road off of Clarke County Route 3 in the Pleasant Grove community east of Coffeeville. The ride will benefit the Clarke County Regional Animal Care and Control Facility. More...

Alabama River Newsprint says it won't reopen

Alabama River Newsprint employees, idled since December when the company announced a temporary shutdown, received the bad news last week that they will be laid off indefinitely June 5. More...

First drug court graduates say program saved their lives

Eight individuals offered riveting testimonies about how they overcame drug addiction at the first graduation commencement for the First Judicial Circuit Drug Court program last Thursday. More...

A doggone good day in Fulton

Last year's first "Voice for the Animals" event in Fulton was a wet one but the second was perfect—cool, spring temperatures, a bright blue and cloudless sky and lots of people and lots of pets. More...