January 6, 2011 RSS feed / Lifestyle

From the Nethermost

Computers in library available for public use

The library’s computers are open to the public. Public access to computers for all citizens is a part of a statewide initiative called Connect Alabama. More...

Preserving our outdoor traditions

When members of the U.S. More...

Classic car show suggested for Grove Hill

A local car collector and civic organization president wants Grove Hill and the local chamber of commerce to sponsor a classic car show at the Grove Hill Airport. More...

Dunagan-Hooper to marry Jan. 8 in C’ville church

Kimberly Dunagan announces the engagement of her daughter, Melodye Noel Dunagan, to Neil Hooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hooper, all of Coffeeville. Miss Dunagan is also the daughter of the late Brad Dunagan. More...

Birds ’n Stuff

Bald eagles spotted near Alabama River

Bald Eagles have been sighted in Clarke County, the first known sighting in a long time. This is not an Auburn “War Eagle” joke. John Gunn and I have both seen eagles at a lake along the Alabama River below Carlton. More...