October 1, 2009 RSS feed / Community

‘Killing the goose’ says property owner

A Baton Rouge commercial property owner says he can’t win for losing.   Bill Wicker bought the old Wal- Mart building in Thomasville about six years ago. Until earlier this year, it housed Goody’s, a retail clothing store. More...

McCorquodale retires

Carrah McCorquodale was presented a plaque in appreciation of 31 years of service to the State of Alabama by Circuit Clerk Jay Duke at a reception honoring Mc- Corquodale Friday, Sept. More...

Former Coffeeville resident shoots self in confrontation with Washington lawmen

A former Coffeeville resident died Wednesday, Sept. 23, as a result of what Washington County law enforcement officers are saying was a self-inflicted gunshot, following an exchange of gunfire with a Millry police officer.   More...

Boise keeps on its toes

In coordination with local emergency and hospital personnel, Boise conducted its annual emergency drill Thursday, Sept. 24. More...

Camper arrested with marijuana

Clarke County sheriff’s deputies arrested a woman camping with her young children at the Camp Maubila Boy Scout Camp with marijuana Saturday. A companion of the woman’s was arrested for domestic violence.   More...

Coffeeville has a successful litter cleanup week

The Coffeeville Beautification Club and Coffeeville School partnered last week to make Litter Awareness Week a success. The campaign provided Litter Awareness material to the school and Head Start Program.   More...

Getting ready for Pioneer Day at Clarke Museum

The big pecan trees at the Clarke County Museum were trimmed this week by Johnny Pezent and Pezent’s Tree Service and employees (left photo). The Mathews Log Cabin is in the right foreground. More...