November 11, 2010 RSS feed / Community

Christmas parade set Dec. 2 in Grove Hill

The Grove Hill Area Chamber of Commerce has selected Thursday, Dec. 2 as the date for the annual Christmas Parade. The parade will start at 4 p.m. at Jackson Street and Cobb Street by the Clarke County Historical Museum. More...

Clarke law goes to help Choctaw law at standoff

Several Clarke County law officers—as well as others from around the region—responded Friday to a Needham residence in Choctaw County where a man had barricaded himself and fired on officers. More...

Cell phone alerts fire

A motorist with a cell phone noticed the rear tires of a freight truck on fire on Highway 84 east of Grove Hill Tuesday morning and called it in. More...

Veterans Day salutes vets, marks end of World War I

Veterans Day is observed on Nov. 11. More...

Southern Magnolia Study Club learns about Republican Party

The Southern Magnolia Woman's Club met Thursday, Oct. 21 at the ALFA Building in Grove Hill. The meeting was called to order by the president, Jean Mathews. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited as well as The Lord's Prayer. More...

FSA county committee election underway

Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Executive Director Daniel Robinson announced recently that the 2010 FSA county committee elections are underway. Eligible ballots were mailed to eligible voters beginning Nov. 5, 2010. More...

Grove Hill Lions Club offers eye tests

The Grove Hill Lions Club offered free eye tests at the Fall Festival in Jackson Saturday. A lot of people lined up for the test. More...

Fulton Fire and Rescue gives away TV

Fulton Fire and Rescue Department held their Annual Fall Gospel Singing Saturday, October 2 in downtown Fulton. More...

Grove Hill street paving underway

Southwest Alabama Construction crews are repaving portions of Grove Hill streets. Here, they worked Tuesday afternoon on DuBose Avenue. The town received a $200,000 grant from the Alabama Department of Transportation for the work. More...

A Veterans Day Memory

Discovered box holds treasured keepsakes of 1st Lt. Edd Kennedy’s WWII service

Except for an occasional nudging by a vacuum cleaner a treasure-trove languished for 30 years in a 12x5x10 inch tin box nestled in a corner of a bedroom closet. Memories inside More...