May 29, 2013 RSS feed / Community

Napoleon’s fear?

 Those who study such things say that the energy expended by those chewing bubble gum every day could power Los Angeles for the same length of time. More...

History comes alive with reenactment of 1861 event

The Clarke County Historical Society and James C. Anderson Camp, SCV, reenacted the presentation of the Dickinson Guard’s flag Saturday at the Clarke County Museum. The Col. James S. More...

Christian writing conference set in Tuscaloosa June 7-8

A leading literary agent and a best-selling novelist — Bruce Barbour and Angela Hunt — will give the keynote addresses at the 2013 Southern Christian Writers Conference. More...

Greasepit Grammar

Another question about ‘laid’

Karl Hein of Yonkers, N. Y., read about a recluse who ran afoul of the law and whose “bail was hiked to $250,000 as more burglary charges were laid.” More...

“Little Dresses for Africa’ project

Members of the Grove Hill After School 4-H Club recently completed a service project called “Little Dresses for Africa.” Girls in the fourth through eighth grades sewed dresses to send to More...

County Commission seeks to fill truck drivers positions

The Clarke County Road and Bridge Department is seeking applicants for two truck driver positions. More...

Eating with the North Allen ladies

On May 14 the North Allen Homemakers Club enjoyed lunch and fellowship. It was the group’s annual recipe swap also. They agreed to share with The Democrat’s readers too! More...

Kabobs on the grill this summer!

Grilled smoked sausage and fresh vegetables make a great light summer or holiday meal. To save time, these kabobs can be prepped a day before serving, wrapped and refrigerated. Sausage-Pepper Kabobs More...

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