January 11, 2018 RSS feed / Community

Grove Hill Council has only two agenda items at Jan. 4 meet

Because of New Year’s following on the Grove Hill Town Council’s usual meeting day, the meeting was held Jan. 4.  It was short, less than 10 minutes with only two items on the agenda to be attended to.  More...

All Alabama motorists must now have liability insurance

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is now enforcing the Alabama Mandatory Liability Insurance Law (Act#2016-361).  The law went into effect Nov. 1 following passage by the Alabama Legislature earlier in the year. More...

CPS SPELLING WINNERS

The 2017-2018 Spelling Bee Winners for Clarke Preparatory School are, from left: 4th Grade Winner - Maize Lolley, 5th Grade Winner- Braylee Flora, 6th Grade Winner - Maura Kate Morris, 7th Grade Winner - Gaines Jordan and 8th Grade Winner - Manju Ach More...

Gilmore Law offering scholarships to seniors in Clarke, Wilcox counties

A new scholarship is available to graduating high school seniors in Clarke and Wilcox counties.  More...

Remembering those we lost in 2017

JANUARY  Willo Dean Moss Alston May 27, 1922—Jan. 28, 2017  David Lee Boykin Dec. 18, 1951—Jan. 3, 2017  Shelton Dickinson July 21, 1949—Jan. 6, 2017   More...

Steele-Milstead to marry Feb. 3 in Leroy church

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Steele of Foley announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Roxanne, to John Phillip Milstead, the son of Ms. Kim Milstead of Gulf Shores and Mr. and Mrs. More...

SENIOR NEWS LINE

Don’t let others steal your retirement time

For too many of us, retirement doesn't necessarily mean taking the time for things we want to do and for rest and relaxation. Instead, the word "retire" means that others assume we'll have lots of time to do things for them. More...

Troy names honor students

Troy University announces students who have been named to its Chancellor’s and Provost’s Lists for the Fall Semester and Term 2 of the 2017/2018 academic year.  Full-time undergraduate students who are registered for at least 12 seme More...

Troopers work 23 traffic fatalities during holidays but none were in Clarke

Alabama State Troopers investigated 23 traffic deaths during the Christmas and New Year’s Day holiday travel period, which was from 12:01 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017, to midnight Monday, Jan. 1, 2018. More...

Grove Hill’s annexation bill ready for Alabama Legislature

This week is the last week for a public notice of a local legislative bill that would allow the town of Grove Hill to annex outlying areas to be published. More...

State driver’s license good for air travel until Oct. 1, 2020

Alabama citizens can continue to use their regular Alabama driver’s licenses for identification for air travel after the Jan. 22 deadline and all the way until Oct. More...

Experts worry about SW Ala. bears

Interaction between humans and black bears saw an uptick last year, and that will likely be the trend for the near future, at least in one corner of the state, according to Dr. Todd Steury of Auburn University. More...

Lions Club’s Peace Poster winner

Every year the Lions Club sponsors the Peace Poster Contest. More...

Grove Hill Cultural Arts Center introduces Junior Arts Choir at Christmas program

Studio 122 was the setting for the Grove Hill Cultural Arts Center’s Christmas Program on Dec. 21, presented by the newly-formed Junior Arts Choir. More...

Jessika Parham receives Doctor of Chiropractic degree in Calif.

Jessika Parham of Jackson graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic’s West campus in San Jose, Calif. at the 143rd commencement for Palmer West on Thursday, Dec. More...