November 18, 2010 RSS feed / Community

Douglas begins new term

Rev. T.L. Douglas was sworn in as the District 4 member of the Clarke County Board of Education last Thursday by Clarke County Circuit Clerk Jay Duke. More...

Wreck injures one

A wreck, Monday, Nov. 15, around 9:15 a.m. injured Kimberly D. Cox, 36, of Jackson when she lost control of her 2003 GMC Envoy while headed northwest on Depot Road in Jackson and overturned. More...

Much-needed rain appreciated

Someone remarked that it was a gloomy dreary, rainy day Monday. Editor Jim Cox responded that it was a wonderful dreary, rainy day...the rain being the reason for it being so wonderful. More...

The Secret to a Flavorful Holiday

The secret to creating a crowdpleasing holiday spread is combining a healthy helping of tradi tion with a pinch of creative new recipes that showcase beloved holiday flavors.   More...

Jax firefighters combat blaze at city’s port

Jackson firefighters responded, Saturday, Nov. 13, around 5:40 a.m., to a fire at the city’s port where Jackson Wood Fiber’s operations are located.   More...

Silent auction to be in conjunction with annual meeting of Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce

The Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce will host its Annual Meeting on Thursday, Nov. 18, at the Community House. The chairman’s reception will begin at 6:30 p.m.   This year’s meeting has a different twist. More...

Peterman festival Saturday

Peterman, a typical Turn-of-the-Century southern railroad town, located six miles north of Monroeville, will host its 27th Annual “Peterman Station Arts and Crafts Festival.” Held every year on the Saturday before Thanksgiving, this has More...

Grants will help Grove Hill Library update technology

The Grove Hill Public Library has received two grants in support of expanding the library’s services and for updating the library’s technology facilities.   More...