June 30, 2011 RSS feed / Community

Two Jackson men caught ‘calling up’ fish illegally

Two Jackson men face charges after a local conservation officer discovered what he believed to be electronic equipment used to shock fish in their possession. More...

Jackson Council discusses city progress

During the June 28 meeting of the Jackson City Council, Mayor Richard Long said progress was continuing on construction projects throughout the city. More...

Card of Thanks

To our wonderful friends who held us up in prayer, visited us, prepared food, called, sent cards or flowers, we thank you for your thoughtfulness during the loss of Daddy, Jack Willoughby. It will never be forgotten. More...

Omar Cunningham headlines Blues Stage this Saturday at Coffeeville Music Festival

Alabama native and bluesman Omar Cunningham will headline the Coffeeville Music Festival’s Blues Stage Saturday evening. More...

Host a Star-Studded 4th

The Fourth of July calls for a carefree party, with good friends, fab food, fun and fireworks — a real starstudded holiday celebration. More...

T’ville events, fireworks celebrate nation’s birthday

Full day planned in downtown area Saturday

Thomasville’s Hometown Celebration will be Saturday in downtown Thomasville. The day will start with a flag raising at 10 a.m. in front of the Southwest Alabama Chamber of Commerce office. More...

Burn ban continues in all counties

All 67 counties in the state of Alabama remain under a Drought Emergency, often referred to as a “No Burn Order,” which prohibits all outdoor burning. More...

County FSA committee nominations being accepted

Farmers, ranchers and other agricultural producers have until Aug. More...

Tomato sandwiches at Farmers Market

Summer vegetable harvest has finally arrived and local growers have begun to have ample supplies of farm fresh produce available for sale at the Grove Hill Farmers Market. There have been several growers each week with a variety of quality produce. More...

Coffeeville town council to discuss returning to full-time police chief

There was some discussion at the June 14 Coffeeville Town Council meeting of changing the part-time police chief position to full time although no action was taken. Mark Leon is the part-time chief. More...

Billy the Kid photo brings $2.3 million at recent auction

The last remaining authenticated photograph of legendary outlaw Billy the Kid sold at a Denver auction Saturday for $2.3 million. More...