October 6, 2011 RSS feed / Community

Hillside work almost done

Pine City Contracting is just about done putting rip-rap rocks on an erosion slide along Highway 43 just south of the Greenwood community that endangered a house sitting at the top of the hill. More...

Lawsuit says Ala. DHR to blame for Missouri father drowning son

A lawsuit was filed last week in Clarke County Circuit Court that charges the county Department of Human Resources with negligence in taking steps that could have prevented a father from drowning his four-year-old son in Missouri. More...

Memories & Recipes

Crock Pot great for chicken recipes!

We’ve been talking a lot about Crock Pot cooking and I have two new (old) recipes using the Crock Pot method. Easy is just not the word for the new (old) fad. I’ve used my Crock Pot for more years than I can remember. More...

Singing in Fulton

Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011

Fire Chief Danny Bedwell presents Deborah Williams with the $500 prize as Dennis Haskew looks on. More...

Coffeeville council OKs new budget: $165,250

The Coffeeville Town Council adopted a $165,250 budget for the 2011-12 fiscal year at its Tuesday meeting. Mayor Robert Cox said the town came in about $8,000 under budget for the just concluded fiscal year. More...

Correction

In last week’s write-up about the annual meeting of the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce it was reported that Marilyn Berry is manager of Aarons. She is acutally the sales manager. Also, the meal was catered by Gary’s and not Lake Marie. More...

Bankruptcy filings show T’ville hospital owes millions

Anne Thompson’s network of business entities tied to the ownership and operation of the now closed Southwest Alabama Medical Center owe millions of dollars to potentially hundreds of creditors. More...

Grove Hill council OKs $2 million general fund budget for new year

The Grove Hill Town Council Monday approved a general fund budget of just over $2 million for fiscal 2011-12. More...

GAME ON!

Tips and recipes for a game day party

You know watching a game is more fun with a bunch of friends — so why not host a game-day party so everyone can cheer on the home team together? Use these tips and recipes as your playbook for a game-day party that scores big on taste and fun. More...