November 14, 2013 RSS feed / Community

John F. Kennedy assassination memories sought

The 50th anniversary of one of the major historical events of the 20th century will be observed this month—the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963. More...

County to help with cost of new GH traffic signal

The Clarke County Commission voted Tuesday to provide $15,000 toward the installation of a $125,000 traffic signal on Highway 43 at Hebron Road. Commissioner Jackie Ray Rush was the lone no vote. More...

Wayne Young is new LP plant manager

Wayne Young, a veteran Louisiana-Pacific Corp. mill manager, has been named plant manager at LP’s oriented strand board (OSB) mill in Clarke County, Ala. More...

Mackinaw visitors

Highlights of the Sept. More...

Vets encouraged to use VA services

The seventh annual Veterans’ Appreciation Luncheon was held Monday at the Thomasville Civic Center. More...

Packing shoeboxes for Christmas

With holiday supplies already covering the store shelves, Grove Hill individuals, families, churches and groups are working to make Christmas a reality for needs kids around the world by filling shoeboxes with toys, school supplies, hygiene items and More...

Thunderfest Race Car show this weekend

The 2013 CCARC Thunderfest Race Car Show will be November 15-16. The Car Show will feature Nostalgia Drag Racing cars, all with very interesting racing histories. This Car Show’s unique format makes it the first of its kind in this area. More...

Assistance with health insurance

Tombigbee Healthcare Authority Insurance Marketplace Enrollment Program can assist you in applying for affordable healthcare insurance. More...

Delta Regional Authority grants aid Golden Dragon and others

A series of grants announced last week by Gov. Robert Bentley and the Delta Regional Authority (DRA) will help create jobs and improve economic conditions in Alabama’s Black Belt Region. More...

Correction

There was a mistake in the Nov. 7 article on the traffic light for Highway 43 at Hebron Road. The following paragraph should have read: More...

Deas retiring after 36 years working at Deas Insurance

“They all laugh at my rolodex,” Judy Deas confided of her co-workers at Deas Insurance. More...

Alcohol to be allowed at functions in old armory turned county community center

Use of alcohol is now permitted for events in the new Clarke County Community Center on Highway 84 in Grove Hill. The center is the new name for the former National Guard Armory, which the county owns and now rents for events. More...

USBI’s net income rises to $3 million for first 9 months of 2013

United Security Bancshares, Inc. More...

County water system dissolved

The Clarke County Commission approved Tuesday the dissolution of the county water system. More...

Peace Poster Contest winners

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Study Club hears tips for decorating from Camden florist

In October the Community Study Club learned how to bring the beautiful outside inside during the fall and winter months. More...

Information sought on World War II’s working women

American Rosie the Riveter Association is trying to locate women in Grove Hill and the surrounding area, who worked on the home front during World War II. More...