October 21, 2010 RSS feed / Community

New Grove Hill police car from Bay Minette, not Jackson, Miss.

The Grove Hill Town Council agreed Monday to purchase a new police vehicle from Bay Minette, not Jackson, Miss. More...

Ghost Walk

Spooks and more in T’ville Saturday

With the weather finally cooling off, thoughts naturally turn to things like trick or treating and Thanksgiving feasts. More...

Medicines stolen from Jackson residence

According to Jackson Police reports, a burglary was reported Monday, Oct. 18, at 11:45 a.m. at a residence in the 200 block of College Avenue. Four bottles of prescription medications were reported stolen, one of which was the painkiller Loratab. More...

Deadline to register to vote in Nov. 2 election is Oct. 22

The Clarke County Board of Registrars issued a reminder this week that the deadline to register to vote in the General Election of November 2, 2010 is Friday, October 22. More...

Big Cotton Mouth snake

Colt Presnall, 7- years-old, shows the 4-foot long water moccasin that his father Steve killed recently. More...

Friends of the Library turning into vibrant group

A vibrant group of Friends of the Library met at the library on Aug. 10 at 6 p.m. The following slate of officers was elected: Co-Chairmen - Janiece Taylor, Lyle Osborne; Secretary - Cindy Gilmore and Reporter - Annell Gordon. More...

C’ville library hosts storytelling session

Local Author Joyce Burrage, author of “Only the Rose Remain” and Clarke County native, Ted Dunagan, author of “A Yellow Watermelon” and “Secret of the Satilfa”, presented their books and shared their stories to a More...

Democrats to meet Oct. 21 in Grove Hill

Lee B. Williams, the longtime chairman of the Clarke County Democratic Executive Committee who recently retired, will be honored with a reception Thursday, Oct. 21. More...

Sessions worries about nation’s ills

U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions stopped in Grove Hill Monday morning to worry about the state of the national debt, the dragging economy, Medicare shortfalls, China’s influence and other issues. More...

Leadership Class tours county

The new Clarke County Leadership Class held its Community Development session and tour of the county Monday. More...

JHS football player injured in wreck on way to school Friday

A Jackson High School student and football player was seriously injured Friday, Oct. 15, when his vehicle struck a tree near the State Highway 69 and U.S. Highway 43 intersection. More...

No major rain in forecast; fire alert continues

The statewide Fire Alert, initially issued by the Alabama Forestry Commission on September 23, remains in effect for all 67 counties of Alabama. More...

CCHS enjoys homecoming parade

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CHS Class of 1960

The Coffeeville High School Old Timers Reunion was held at the school Saturday. Over 100 graduates, former students, teachers and guests attended the event that included a covered dish luncheon and fellowship. More...