August 23, 2012 RSS feed / Community

Civitan Club seeking nominations for Grove Hill Citizen of the Year

The Grove Hill Civitan Club is accepting nominations for Grove Hill’s Citizen of the Year.  Nominations should include a resume and must be accompanied by a letter explaining in detail the nominee’s activities and how these activitie More...

Job Corps orientation Thursday in Jackson

From Staff Reports  The first orientation for the Job Corps program in Clarke County will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Aug. 23 at the White-Smith Public Library in downtown Jackson.  More...

Clarke County Arc introduces community life coordinators

At the center of the hubbub you might encounter at The Arc of Clarke County (TACC), you will find three individuals who are at the heart of it all.  These ladies have been hired as Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professionals (QDDPs), but More...

Art classes in Grove Hill

The Grove Hill Cultural Arts Center has scheduled more Art Classes.  Sketching by Beverly Valladares on Sept. 1 and 8 from 9-11 am with a fee of $30 a person. Sketching students must bring a sketch pad, #2 pencils, and eraser. More...

Learn about wild pigs at area seminars

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System Auburn University, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources-Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries, and USDA’s Wildlife Services will be hosting a seminar on managing wild pig damage.  More...

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ASCC nursing graduates

LPN grads pinned in T’ville

Alabama Southern Community College recently honored students in the Practical Nursing (LPN) department with a pinning ceremony on August 2 at the Alabama Tombigbee Conference Center on the Thomasville campus.  Dr. More...

Coffeeville council to decide fate of library cedar tree

The fate of the old Coffeeville town Christmas tree is in the hands of the mayor and town council.  More...

Subway signs go up

Signs for the new Subway sandwich shop went up Tuesday at the old Dollar General Bonus Store building on S. Jackson Street in Grove Hill. Work continues on renovations and Subway should open soon. More...

Birds ‘n Stuff

Get your hummer feeders ready!

Get ready, Clarke County, the fall migration of Ruby-throated Hummingbirds is upon us. More...

Flying Bricks Band seeking new members

The Flying Bricks Community Band will begin fall rehearsals on Thursday, August 23 at 7 pm in the band room at Thomasville High School.  The band plays traditional concert band music and is composed of members from several counties and has ages More...

Jackson to speak on ‘Redneck Riviera’ in Grove Hill Sunday

Dr. Harvey H. “Hardy” Jackson III will be in Grove Hill Sunday, Aug. 26 to speak to the Clarke County Historical Society. More...

Hippy enrolling

The Home Instruction for Parents of Preschoolers (HIPPY) Clarke County program is now enrolling families for the 2012- 2013 program year.  This home visitation program provides parents with the skills and tools necessary to become their child&rs More...

Williams graduates from Kaplan University

Jeania R. Williams graduated from Kaplan University on Aug. 4 with a Master’s in Business Administration in Supply Chain and Logistics Management.  Williams is a native of Coffeeville. More...