November 7, 2013 RSS feed / Community

Chick Chain Show and Auction Saturday at C-W Counties Fair

The 2nd Annual Clarke/Washington 4H Chick Chain Show and Auction will be held Saturday November 9th at the Clarke-Washington Fair in Jackson. The show begins at 2:00 p.m. More...

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Let your tongue speak what your heart thinks. More...

THE CIVIL WAR IN CLARKE COUNTY

Clarke divided into military beats in November 1863

Chronicling the Civil War of 150 years ago from the pages of The Journal* of the 1860s. The biggest war news of November 1863 was the taking of Chattanooga in a battle that spanned Nov. 23-25. More...

1863 Livingston husband shoots wife’s lover

Among the news in the Nov. 12, 1863 Clarke County Journal was this item from Sumter County entitled “Tragedy in Sumter.” It was too interesting and detailed not to reprint in its entirety. **** More...

Artist teaches workshop

Sharon Dozier, an impressionist artist from Thomasville hosted a one day workshop in Studio 122. More...

Cheung-Gill to wed Nov. 9 in Opelika’s First Baptist

Amber Kelly Cheung and John Robert Gill will exchange wedding vows Saturday, Nov. 9 at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Opelika. Miss Cheung is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cheung of Carrollton. Mr. Gill is the son of Mr. and Mrs. More...

Tucker wins!

Kevan Tucker of Grove Hill was the winner of the Golf Ball Drop at the Fall Festival in Jackson Saturday. More...

“Where else to park?”

A Clarke County Circuit Court jury term this week overflowed the courthouse parking area and along Main Street. More...

Get a cup of “Joe” on Main Street

Rev. and Mrs. Keith ( Janice) Johnson cut the ribbon of her new coffee shop, The Square Cup, on Main Street Tuesday. More...

Cornbread & Buttermilk

Fancy gadgets now more important than what’s under the hood

She needs a carburetor, a set of plug wiresShe’s ridin’ me around on four bald tiresThe wipers don’t work and the horn don’t blowBut there ain’t nothin’ wrong with the radio More...

GH Council OKs ballfield upgrades

The Grove Hill Town Council approved Monday night the renovation of the Stringer-Williams Field at S.P. Hudson Park for Dixie Youth Baseball. Ross Wood, a board member with the local Dixie Youth league, spoke to the council. More...

Andersons celebrate 50th anniversary in Lavaca

Bobby Anderson and Dorothy Armistead were united in marriage Nov. 1, 1963 by Rev. C. Williams. On Nov. 2, 2013 Bobby and Dorothy celebrated their 50th anniversary at Ezell’s Fish Camp in Lavaca, Ala. More...

Scenes from Jackson’s Fall Festival

Jackson’s picturesque College Ave. made a good backdrop Saturday for the Bob Smith Memorial Antique Car Show. More...