October 10, 2013 RSS feed / Community

Jackson’s Fall Festival set for Saturday, Nov. 2

The Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce is preparing for the 31st Annual Fall Festival. This year’s festival is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 2, from 9 a.m. More...

Grove Hill council considers renovation of old CCHS field at park for Ozone baseball

The Grove Hill Town Council and the local Dixie Youth Baseball Association will work together on renovating the former Clarke County High School baseball field for 11 and 12-year-old “Ozone” Division.  More...

Impressionist artist teaches course

Well known impressionist artist Scott Mattlin taught a three-day course at the Grove Hill Cultural Arts Center this past week.  More...

‘Mama Red’ celebrates 95th b’day in T’ville

Louise Dungan Thomas, “Mama Red” celebrated her 95th birthday with a party given Sept. 29 at the Thomasville Nursing Home. Her birthday was Oct. 2. More...

Vietnam’s Moving Wall draws visitors to Jackson

If it didn’t make one tear up, little would.  Terry Nobles, dressed in the traditional Scottish kilt and playing “Amazing Grace” on bagpipes, walked slowly the 252 feet length of the Vietnam Memorial “Moving Wall,” More...

Prayers for Richie

Friends and family gathered at S.P. Hudson Park last Thursday for a prayer service for Richie Cumlander, who is battling cancer. Organizers asked those who came to bring flashlights and the lights on the ball field were turned off. More...

HIPPY representatives attend training in D.C.

The Clarke County HIPPY program was among eight grantees of the Early Reading Proficiency-Family/Parent Engagement grants funded by the Annie E. More...

Study Club begins 84th year

The Community Study Club began its 84th year of study and community services in Kate Jordan’s home in September. More...

Fulton’s annual singing

The annual Fall Gospel Singing was held Oct. 5 in the downtown Fulton town square with proceeds going to the Fire and Rescue Department. More...

Area servicemen whose names are listed on the Vietnam Wall

Here are the Vietnam War casualties from the area whose names are listed on the Vietnam Memorial:  Walter Lee Adams, Army, McIntosh.  Edward Ambrose, Army, Gosport.  Clifton Bishop Andrews, Marine, Fulton.  Rubin Fletcher Bradley, More...