November 21, 2012 RSS feed / Community

T’ville council considers buying old motel

The Thomasville City Council voted to investigate the possibility of purchasing the former Best Western motel property for the Thomasville Public Library. More...

Pee wee title game held in Grove Hill

Chamar Glenn (5) runs for a Grove Hill touchdown during a Tiny Mite championship game Nov. 17 at H.G. Prim Stadium. More...

Wilson Hall Middle School release honor roll for first nine weeks

Wilson Hall Middle School has released its honor rolls for the first nine-week period. All A’s More...

Supporting the arts in Grove Hill

The Grove Hill Arts Council received a $500 check Nov. 15 from State Senator Marc Keahey. More...

Fulton Christmas Parade

First local parade of the season! Saturday, Nov. 17
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Cumbie signs books

Grove Hill author Marcus E. Cumbie signed copies of his new book, “All Roads Got Forks,” Friday, Nov. 16 at the Clarke County Historical Museum in Grove Hill. More...

Council pays final invoice for downtown project

The Grove Hill Town Council voted Monday night to pay a final $28,939.39 invoice to complete the downtown revitalization project. The invoice is from Lewis Environmental for asphalt work. More...

Reception honoring Lou Boykin is Nov. 29

A reception honoring Lou Boykin, Clarke County Department of Human Resources Director, DHR office, on Highway 84 East in Grove Hill will be Thursday, Nov. 29 at the from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. Boykin has been the county director for six years. More...

No one injured in two-vehicle wreck

A Ford Ranger pickup truck ran into the back of a log truck Monday afternoon at the junction of Highway 43 North and 178 East in Fulton. Neither driver was injured. More...

Variety of Christmas parades scheduled for two-county area

Following is a list of upcoming Christmas parades in Clarke and Washington counties:  The Chatom Christmas Parade will be held at 10 a.m. on Dec. 1. The theme is “Disney Christmas.” More...

Community Thanksgiving Service

A Community Thanksgiving Service was held Sunday night at Grove Hill Baptist Church. There were musical performances by a combined choir from local churches, the Endless Praise ensemble and Paul Williams of Tompkins Baptist Church. Rev. More...

Clarke County career tech programs help local students

The Clarke County Career/ Technical Education program provides today’s students with the opportunity to learn unique skills designed to prepare them for the future. More...

Celebrating Farm-City Week

The Clarke County Farmers Federation gives coloring books each year to second graders in the county during the Farm-City Week celebration. More...