June 9, 2016 RSS feed / Community

Guilty pleas entered in federal court to stealing West Bend oil

Three men connected with the theft of oil from a well in the West Bend Oil Field near Coffeeville have pleaded guilty to charges in federal court in Mobile.  Mark Wayne Bush of Gilbertown pleaded guilty a week ago to conspiracy to defraud the Un More...

Correction

Emily Cox who made the Chancellor’s List at Troy for the Spring Semester/Term 4 is from Coffeeville.   More...

Country road wreck

Joshua Marks of Jackson received minor injuries and was transported to Grove Hill Memorial Hospital after he slammed his Ford pick-up into a pine tree on Allen- Walker Road Tuesday morning. The single vehicle crash is being investigated by Inv. More...

Grove Hill Cultural Arts Center schedules Summer Art Camp

The Grove Hill Cultural Arts Center is hosting two Summer Art Camp sessions. More...

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day to be observed June 15

Thousands of adults who have disabilities are abused, neglected and exploited in Alabama each year. More...

Carson Orwig graduates U.S. Air Force Academy

President Obama personally congratulated Carson Wyatt Orwig and other U.S. Air Force Academy graduates following commencement services in Colorado Springs, CO on June 2.  Orwig grew up in Grove Hill and is a son of Michelle and Bob Orwig.  More...

Job fair slated in Monroeville for prospective sewing industry looking at plant for Frisco City

Officials with the Coastal Gateway Regional Economic Development Alliance are seeking over 300 job applications for a proposed new plant to be placed in Monroe County. More...

Ozelle Hubert now pushing Lowndes hospital, truck stop

Local activist Ozelle Hubert has turned his sights to Lowndes County where he is now a pharmacist in Hayneville. More...

Scenes from Coffeeville Day

The First Annual Coffeeville Day was held Saturday, May 28 beginning with a parade at 10 a.m. and a spring festival at Coffeeville City Hall until 4 p.m. Family Day in the Park at Thornton Park from 12 noon until. More...

USS Chilton’s bell finds home in Chilton County

Thomasville’s Al Kotrola served aboard the ship

The bell of the USS Chilton was presented to the residents of the county it was named for, Chilton County, during a Memorial Day observance May 26 at the Jemison Municipal Complex.  Among those in attendance were Al Kotrola of Thomasville who se More...