September 27, 2012 RSS feed / Community

Katchuk-Smith announce Auburn wedding Dec. 15

Scott and Karen Katchuk of Owensboro, Ky. announce the engagement of their daughter, Morgan Katchuk, to Matthew Smith, son of Mike and Sarah Smith of Fulton. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Richard and Leann Katchuk of Carbondale, Colo. More...

Chapman-Hall will marry this Saturday in Thomasville church

Christina Lasha Chapman and Antonio Laverne Hall will exchange wedding vows Saturday, Sept. 29 at 3 p.m. at New Hope No. I Baptist Church in Thomasville. Miss Chapman is the daughter of Cynthia C. White of Whatley and Curtis Chapman of Thomasville. More...

Household Tips

 Two tips for sewing on buttons: First, for pants buttons, use unwaxed dental floss. It’s incredibly strong and can take a lot of abuse. Second, slip a pin between the button and the fabric before sewing on. More...

Sen. Keahey gives to HIPPY

State Senator Marc Keahey attended the HIPPY Clarke County Advisory Board meeting on Thursday, Sept. 20 to present a Community Service Grant check in the amount of $5,000. Sen. More...

Friday is deadline to make nominations for GH Citizen of Year

The Grove Hill Civitan Club is accepting nominations for Grove Hill’s Citizen of the Year. More...

Wildlife artists sought

The Grove Hill Cultural Arts Center is hosting their “Heart of Clarke” Fall Festival Saturday, October 13, 2012 in Downtown Grove Hill. The Art Gallery is exhibiting wildlife art and this year’s theme is More...

Walker-Wimberly to wed Oct. 6 at Coffeeville home

Regina Walker and Harrell Alford of Coffeeville announce the engagement of their daughter, Daniell Sheree Walker, to William Albert Wimberly Jr., son of Alicia Wimberly of Jackson and the late William Wimberly Sr. More...

Lonnie Mae Baugh celebrates 94th birthday Sept. 11

Lonnie Mae Baugh, of Grove Hill celebrated her 94th birthday, Tuesday, Sept. 11. She was born Sept. 11, 1918. She has three children, James Sidney Baugh, Albert Russell Baugh and O’Neal Baugh. More...

Collecting

Q: I have a mustache cup that I purchased at a flea market. I paid $10 and think it could be worth much more. — Susan, Metarie, La. A: Maybe and maybe not. It depends on who made the mustache cup, when, and its design. More...