March 17, 2011 RSS feed / Lifestyle

Wholesome and Delicious Meals in a Snap

Putting wholesome food on the table that your family will enjoy doesn’t have to take hours to prepare. More...

Extension Service

Time to get in the yard and garden!

With the warmer weather and the first day of spring this weekend many of us are excited about being outside working in our yards and gardens. More...

Turner-Pugh to marry April 2 in Monroeville

Larry Turner and Barbara Turner of Monroeville announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbarietta L. Turner, to Derek E. Pugh, son of Valerie Pugh of Coffeeville and the late Willie S. Pugh. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Annie C. More...

Weekend weddings are planned

Clolinger-Richardson Nancy Clolinger of Jackson and Randy Richardson of State Line, Miss. will exchange marriage vows Saturday, March 19 at 2 p.m. at McCann’s United Methodist Church in Jackson. More...

Hummingbird reported at local feeder

Mitchel and Barbara Jay of Hurricane Lane, Grove Hill reported a male hummingbird at their feeder Tuesday, March 15. Bird watchers anxiously await the first purple martins and the first hummingbirds of the season. More...

Food/lodging ratings told

Clarke County Weekly Food/Lodging Establishment Ratings from the week of Feb. 28-22 Clarke Prep School, Grove Hill, 88. Norman Foods, Thomasville, 88. Pizza Pro, Jackson, 88. Gilmore Elementary School, Jackson, 89. Subway (Hwy. 43), Thomasville, 89. More...

Mardi Gras kept CCHS band busy

Band members played from Jackson and Thomasville to Mobile and New Orleans

The Clarke County High School Royal Band of Blue participated in a number of Mardi Gras activities this year. They were the only band to march in the first time Mardi Gras celebrations of the cities of Jackson and Thomasville. More...

Promoting ASCC Foundation

The Alabama Southern Community College Foundation hosted a reception at the Community House in Jackson Thursday, March 10. Attendees were entertained by ASCC’s muical group, Southern Expose’. More...

Study Club stays busy

The winter quarter was an interesting period for the Community Study Club. The December meeting was planned to give the hardworking members an opportunity to learn more about members and their families. The plan worked. More...

New Arrival

Shewmake son born Jan. 29

Lisa Deas and Eric Shewmake of Thomasville announce the arrival of a son, James Aaron Kaven Shewmake, born Jan. 29, 2011 at 9:50 a.m. at Grove Hill Memorial Hospital. He weighed nine lbs., three ozs. and measured 21 inches. More...