August 27, 2009 RSS feed / Community

Prescription drug card for countians

Clarke County recently launched a discount card program to help consumers cope with the high price of prescription drugs. More...

Jackson police investigating passing of forged prescription

The Jackson Police Department is investigating a forged or altered prescription that was passed at Mac's Drugs in Jackson recently. The prescription was for Lortab, Chief Charles Burge explained. More...

Low bid on Jackson senior center $593,000 from Gulf Shores firm

Bids were opened for the new Jackson senior center Tuesday and city officials were pleasantly surprised with the low bid. More...

'Classy Art' show

People turned out Saturday evening and again Sunday afternoon to view artworks created by adults, children and teens during recent art classes hosted by the Grove Hill Arts Council. Works were displayed at the Cultural Arts Center on Main Street. More...

Reserved parking available at CCHS

Reserved parking is available for all Clarke County High School football games. The parking places are next to the gym and the cost is $25. Contact coach Tori Johnson at the school at 275- 3368 or 275-3495. More...

Total repairs to Salt Creek bridge cost over $58,000

The concrete work to repair the bridge over Salt Creek on County Route 15 damaged by a log truck that wrecked there several weeks ago totaled $47,132.31, Clarke County Engineer Danny Overton told county commissioners Monday. More...

Sen. Keahey presents VFD funding

State Sen. Marc Keahey issued checks to Clarke County volunteer fire departments at a recent meeting of the Clarke County Firefighters Association. More...

Middle school grades hit hard by flu

The flu bug—be it seasonal or H1N1 (swine flu) has hit the Clarke County public school system hard. As of Tuesday, the eight schools in the system reported 358 absences. More...

One thing does lead to another

Kathryn Tucker Windham's latest book is tiny but packed full of her memories of growing up in Thomasville in 1920s and 1930s

It is a tiny little book with a red book jacket. More...

Spend a weekend in historic Natchez

Roadside delights

I am overly fond of plants that grow in ditches along roadsides. I think it is because I have decided that if they can thrive there without me hovering around, surely they will be okay in my mulched, fertilized, weeded flower beds. More...