May 12, 2011 RSS feed / Lifestyle

Memories & Recipes

Berries are packed with stuff that’s good for you!

I hope ya'll are all starting to feel better after 2 weeks of eating the SUPER FOODS that we have been discussing. This is the third week and we will talk about SUPER FOOD # 3, berries. More...

Study Club members get first hand taste of exercise and yoga

The April meeting of the Community Study Club was held at noon in the Grove Hill United Methodist Church with President Julia Ann Deas presiding. Susan Harrigan and Carolyn Daffin served a seafood salad and homemade sweets. More...

Ala. River Mill retirees to hold reunion June 4

Retirees of Alabama River Pulp, Alabama River Woodlands, and recent retirees of Alabama River Cellulose are invited to a crawfish boil and cookout on Saturday, June 4 at the home of Gator and Paula Gould of Excel. More...

Birth Announcement

Savages tell birth of a son in Mobile on April 28

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Savage, of Mobile (nee Robin Dumas) announce the birth of a son, Jamin Lee Savage, April 28, 2011, at 5:54 p.m. at Mobile Infirmary. He weighed eight lbs. four ozs. and was 22 inches in length. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. More...

Through The Past

Remembering those who have died

Strange how things happen. Years pass. Time presses on. Then in a series of events a real friendship develops that could have been much earlier. More...

Jackson Mayor Long says groundbreaking for SET in early June

During Tuesday’s meeting of the Jackson City Council, Mayor Richard Long and council members announced the decision by SET Enterprises, Inc., a metal cutting company to locate a plant in the Paul Parham Industrial Park located on Clolinger Road More...

Relay for Life draws crowd in Jackson

Jackson’s annual Relay For Life, which raises money for cancer research, was conducted Friday, May 6 at the Cecil McMullan Fairgrounds. More...

Gone South

Class of ’61 rocks senior center

A couple of weeks ago, instead of tossing a fish at the Flora- Bama, I attended the reunion of the Clarke County High School Class of ’61. Fifty years ago, our small and generally unremarkable group graduated and went out into the world. More...

Forestry group donates book to Jackson library

The White Smith Memorial Library is the recipient of the seven core volume set of books: “The Definitive Journals of Lewis and Clark” by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark.”The Definitive Journals of Lewis and Clark” was donat More...

Steed-Clark to say vows this Saturday in Grove Hill

Patricia Delores Steed and Jason Michael Clark will exchange wedding vows Saturday, May 14 at 6 p.m. Miss Steed is the daughter of the late Christine and Danny Steed. Mr. Clark is the son of Ann and George Clark of Grove Hill. More...

Birds ’n Stuff

Eagle had lead poisoning and didn’t make it

Sad news concerning the eagle from Clarke County sent to the Southeastern Raptor Center at Auburn University. Liz Crandall, in charge of day to day operations for the Center, said the eagle came in not able to fly, dazed and walking in circles. More...