October 20, 2016 RSS feed / Community

Jackson Mayor Long feted as he prepares to retire after 28 years of service to city

In his 28 years of service to the city of Jackson, Mayor Richard Long has formed strong relationships with local leaders and citizens alike.  Tuesday afternoon, several had an opportunity to express their gratitude during a special ceremony at t More...

Anglican minister John Cheeseman preaching at Cornerstone, other churches

The Cornerstone Baptist Church, Grove Hill is co-hosting with First Baptist Church, Monroeville and First Baptist, Frisco City the return to the states of Anglican minister, John Cheeseman, for a series of area wide meetings. More...

Clarke under Fire Alert

Grove Hill firefighters battled a fire in a wooded area between Ezell and Pritchett Streets near Wilson Hall Middle School Tueday afternoon. The fire almost got to a storage building near a home. More...

Chick Chain Show, Auction set for Nov. 5

The 5th Annual Clarke/Washington 4-H Chick Chain Show and Auction will be held Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Clarke-Washington Fair in Jackson. More...

CCHS Class of 1976 holds reunion

The Clarke County High School Senior Class of 1976 held its 40th reunion Saturday, Oct. 8 at the Vivian P. Gilmore Senior Citizens Center in Grove Hill. More...

Reeves- Leonard to marry in Vineland Saturday

Sydney Brooks Reeves and Colby Wayne Leonard will exchange marriage vows Saturday, Oct. 22 at 2 p.m. at the Leonard Farm in Vineland.  Miss Reeves is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Renny Reeves of Grove Hill.  Mr. Leonard is the son of Mr. More...

Fun memories at Coffeeville High

Fae McNutt Harris graduated from Coffeeville High School in 1966. More...

Jackson High coach charged with sexual contact with student

A Jackson High School assistant coach who had been placed on administrative leave earlier in October was taken into custody by the Jackson Police Department Monday.  According to reports from the JPD, Landon Hilt, 52, of Jackson, was arrested an More...

Fed court upholds public officials-led prayer

A federal appeals court decision upholding the right of public officials to lead prayer at public meetings was issued Sept. 19. More...

GulfQuest Museum hosting tall ship. Schooner America, in Mobile Nov. 4-8

GulfQuest/National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico will host the Schooner America, a replica of the racing yacht that won the first America's Cup sailing competition in 1851.  The ship will be in Mobile Nov. 4-8. More...

First chickens, and now 4-H youth raising calves

The Chick Chain program of 4-H youth raising chickens was so successful that the Clarke County Extension Office has decided to go a step further. More...

Peace Poster contest offers cash prizes

The Grove Hill Lion’s Club, in conjunction with the Grove Hill Arts Council, is hosting its annual Peace Poster contest.  More...

Sidewalk nearly done

A sidewalk is nearing completion between the Pines subdivision on Carter Drive and nearby Wilson Hall Middle School. Students who live in the Pines and walk to school will have a easier and safer route now.   More...

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