August 26, 2010 RSS feed / Community

County engineer continues to work on paving proposal

Costs have jumped: $4 million for 150 miles in 1999; $2 million estimated for 22 miles today

Clarke County Commissioners held a short work session Monday and an even shorter official session Tuesday—about eight minutes on the latter meeting. More...

NRCS announces sign-up dates for conservation programs

Alabama Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) State Conservationist Dr. William Puckett announced October 1, 2010, as the cutoff date for producers to sign up for the following conservation programs: More...

Bonner listens to complaints

A number of area citizens attending a town hall meeting, Tuesday, Aug. 24, conducted by U.S. More...

Mama and babies

Warren Fuller killed a mama rattlesnake and 20 babies while cleaning around a wood shed at his home on the Orange Hill Road last week. The snakes were under some pieces of tin. More...

Wrecks result in injuries, one fatality

Several traffic accidents that occurred between Friday, Aug. 20 and Sunday, Aug. 22, resulted in injuries for several local residents and the fatality of a 5-yearold child. More...

Council hears from softball group

A group of citizens confronted the Jackson City Council during its regular meeting, Tuesday, Aug. 24, asking why there has been such a problem for them to find a place to conduct adult softball games. More...

Confederate monument erected

Washington County monument may be the first in a public space in state in 100 years

In the late 1800s and early 1900s, monuments to Confederate veterans and war dead were erected on courthouse lawns across Alabama as the state remembered the conflict called a Civil War by some and the War Between the States by others that raged fro More...