June 1, 2017 RSS feed / Community

MEMORIAL DAY IN JACKSON

Local VFW members (above) prepare to raise a large flag on the 80-foot pole on Highway 177 near Highway 43 during a program Monday morning. More...

49 Years Ago

From The Democrat’s June 1968 issues

John Becton figures up stats on his Little League team as players gather around to watch. The local banker coached the Tigers. More...

Guy-Anderson to marry June 17 in Grove Hill

Jessica Nichole Guy and Adam James Anderson of Whatley announce their upcoming marriage.  The bride-to-be is the daughter of Jill Barnes of Grove Hill and Billy Guy of Millry. More...

Whitehead- Donald to wed this Saturday

Margaret Ivy Whitehead and Sawyer Steven Donald will exchange wedding vows Saturday, June 3 at 6 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Jackson.  Miss Whitehead is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Whitehead Jr. of Jackson.  Mr. More...

Rodgers graduates Troy University

Cinnamon Rodgers of Jackson graduated from Troy University during the Spring 2017 semester at the Troy Campus.  Rodgers received the Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Arts and Sciences.   More...

Jackson High graduate awarded Dr. Charles E., Patricia May Scholarship

The Community Foundation of South Alabama recently announced that Emily Stewart is the 2017 recipient of the Dr. Charles E. and Patricia H. May Scholarship.  More...

Sandflat couple riding with local motorcycle club seriously injured in Chattanooga accident

A Memorial Day weekend outing for a group of Clarke County motorcycle enthusiasts turned tragic in Chattanooga Friday afternoon when an accident severely injured two riders.  More...

Arresting the Allman Bros. Band

Gregg Allman died this past Saturday. More...

Wing-Hundley Home one of Jackson’s oldest

It was a classical “town house” of a well-to-do small town businessman and plantation owner and was originally sited on Jackson’s main street in the heart of downtown.  Today, the moved and renovated A. M. More...