January 26, 2012 RSS feed / Community

Judson dean’s list told

Judson College has announced the dean’s list for the fall semester, 2011. Eligible students must have completed a minimum of 15 hours with no incompletes and earned a grade point average of at least 3.7. More...

Jackson Police rescue mistreated dog

By Evan Carden According to Jackson Police Chief Charles Burge, the department is investigating a report of alleged animal cruelty after rescuing a dog that showed signs of being mistreated. More...

Memories & Recipes

Quick meals so you can get your taxes done!

Tax season is in full swing so be getting your receipts added up and information ready. Sometimes that takes more time than your day can allow if you have the job of preparing the family meals and cleaning the house. More...

Parking problems

Grove Hill Police will try and help court attendees next week

Parking is hardly ever an issue in downtown Grove Hill except during circuit court weeks. More...

David Mathews to speak at Monroe chamber meet

Dr. David Mathews, President and CEO of The Kettering Foundation of Dayton, Ohio will be the guest speaker for the Annual Membership Dinner of the Monroeville/Monroe County Chamber of Commerce Thursday, March 8 beginning at 6 p.m. More...

February 1862 was a bleak month for South

Yankees capture important Tennessee forts; a push was on for reenlistments, new troops

February can be a bleak and cold month. It was in 1862 as the new Confederate States of America turned one year old. More...

Two countians named to dean’s list at Samford’s Cumberland School of Law

Some area residents have been named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law. They are: Stephen Nathaniel Gordon of Grove Hill. William Franklin Mc- Corquodale II of Jackson. More...

“Scale Back Alabama” has begun

Local residents are invited to sign up for a statewide weightloss contest called Scale Back Alabama. Now in its sixth year the 10-week contest is an attempt to encourage Alabamians to lose weight, to exercise and to have fun while doing it. More...

American Goldfinches making stops in county

Birds ‘ n Stuff

The American Goldfinches have returned to Clarke County in 2012! More...

Girl Scout Cookies: A centennial legacy

Girl Scouts has been building girls of courage, confidence and character since 1912. That’s a 100- year-old legacy. Girl Scout cookies have been a major part of this legacy and it all started with one cookie. More...

Booms rattle Clarke

A series of loud booms rattled Clarke County and much of the rest of southwest Alabama last Thursday evening, prompting a series of calls to law enforcement agencies inquiring about an explosion or earthquake. It was neither. More...