April 14, 2011 RSS feed / Community

Final grant received for T’ville water project

The final $2 million in grant funds for the new Thomasville water project has been received, Mayor Sheldon Day said at the water works and sewer board meeting Monday.  More...

Countywide cleanup starts this Saturday

Grove Hill’s annual spring cleanup will be held Saturday, April 16, beginning at 8:30 a.m.  The annual spring clean up is held in conjunction with the Alabama PALS state-wide clean up. More...

Meth lab busted in mobile home park in Jackson

Jackson police arrest 5

Five Jackson residents face multiple drug related charges following the discovery of a methamphetamine lab, Tuesday, April 5, inside a residence located in a local mobile home park.  More...

Is hydroelectric dam answer for Coffeeville?

Recently the citizens of Coffeeville have heard the heartbreaking news concerning the closing of their schools. I graduated from Coffeeville High School in 1999 so, yes, this was hard for me to absorb as well. More...

Clarke County Property Tax Sale List

Under the virtue of a degree of the Probate Court in Clarke County, made and rendered on the 21st day of March, 2011, I the undersigned Revenue Commissioner of Clarke County, on Monday, May 9, 2011 will proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest More...

Fiddler’s convention in Frankville

The 34th annual Fiddler’s Convention will be Saturday April 16, at the old Frankville School building beginning at 5 p.m.  The event will feature an old fashioned pit barbecue, jam session, fiddlers and band competitions, cake auction and More...

Do you have a litter bag?

The Clarke County Citizens Against Litter Committee is gearing up for this year’s annual Spring Cleanup, which is planned for the week of April 16-23. More...

False shooting reported at Jackson McDonald’s

The Jackson Police Department received a false report of a shooting, Wednesday, March 30, at the McDonald’s Restaurant located at 2425 College Avenue.  Chief Charles Burge said the first call said there was a fight at the restaurant and a More...

Congress Reports

More serious issues than shutdowns on the way

As I write this column on Friday, April 8, just a few hours away from a potential shutdown of the federal government, there is still no news of an 11th hour agreement. More...