November 28, 2013 RSS feed / Community

Parading in Fulton

The community of Dickinson and the Town of Fulton held a combined Christmas Parade Nov. 23. More...

Nine Little Indians

The song goes “10 Little Indians” but one must be missing here. Nine K-5 students at Clarke Prep dressed as Indians for the Thanksgiving dinner held at the school last week. More...

Turkey for the mayor

Duelon Dunagan of the Clarke County Farmers Federation recently presented a turkey to Grove Hill Mayor Levon Hicks in recognition of National Farm City Week being celebrated this week. More...

Odom-Lewis to wed in Fairhope Saturday

Catherine Grace Odom and Brandon Richard Lewis will exchange wedding vows Friday, Nov. 29 at 4:15 p.m. at the Fairhope Pier in Fairhope. Miss Odom is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Odom of St. Stephens. Mr. Lewis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. More...

Unique scavenger hunt

The Clarke County High School Beta Club held a unique scavenger hunt the evening of Nov. 21. More...

Thanksgiving closings are announced

The Clarke County Courthouse and Grove Hill Town Hall will be closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving. The U.S. Post Office, banks and many businesses will observe the day Thursday. The Clarke County Democrat is published a day early this week. More...

Thomasville celebrates 125th

The Clarke County Historical Society held its monthly meeting Sunday at the Thomasville Civic Center to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the City of Thomasville. More...

Beware of scams in black farmers’ discrimination settlements

Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange is warning consumers to be wary of people or organizations offering help in filing claims in the Black Farmers Discrimination Litigation involving the United States Department of Agriculture, for which the dead More...

Husband-wife authors visit, autograph books

Beth Ann Fennelly hands Paul Blount of Jackson an autographed copy of “The Titled World,” a new novel she and her husband Tom Franklin (at right) co-wrote. More...