July 22, 2010 RSS feed / Community

Rattlesnake was longer, but the shotgun...

Joseph Day of Grove Hill killed this five foot rattlesnake in his yard about 200 feet from his house. More...

Arrests made in recent Scyrene store burglary

Four arrests have been made in the July 8 burglary of the Scyrene Grocery. The suspects are Treavor Bridges, Janson Lanier and Christopher Noven, all of Thomasville. More...

Jax Police make marijuana arrests

Residential home, golf course burglaries investigated

According to Jackson Police reports, three Thomasville residents and one Grove Hill juvenile were charged with possession of marijuana, following a July 18 traffic stop by Jackson police officers. More...

Unemployment continues high across Alabama

Alabama’s unemployment rate dropped slightly in June, from 10.7 percent in May to 10.3 percent. Clarke County’s rate rose slightly, from 16.4 percent to 16.7 percent. More...

Sign up for prescribed burning grant from AFC

If you own 250 or less forest acres in Alabama, are interested in control burning 10-80 acres or mulching up to 5 acres, and are not enrolled in another costshare program, you may be eligible for a new grant. More...

Wrecks in Toddtown yard

This Ford Mustang wrecked in the front yard of Kelsey Razee’s home on the Toddtown Road (County Route 16) last Thursday afternoon. The car hit and knocked over a small tree. More...

Teen still in hospital following accident

Teen-ager Jake Dukes remains in intensive care in a Montgomery hospital following a wreck in Lowndes County last Thursday but three other county residents who were in the vehicle have been released. More...

LIBRARY FUNDING REQUESTS NIXED

Council says it’ll have to get by with alcohol tax revenues

At the last Grove Hill Town Council meeting, Grove Hill Library board member Jim Herod requested that the town consider funding some of the library’s expenses. More...

Man caught stealing at old Hare sawmill

Randy Hare was going along Highway 43 in an eighteen wheeler Monday morning when he noticed a car parked at the old Hare sawmill on the edge of the Clarke Prep football field parking lot. He called his brother, Ronnie Hare, who went to check. More...