Arrests from past week

    The following arrests were booked through the Clarke County Jail over the past week: Timothy Wyatt Baymiller, attempting to evade, arrested by Jackson Police Dept. Full Story

Fulton getting ready for first parade of Christmas season on Nov. 24

    The Town of Fulton is getting ready for the annual Christmas Parade at 2 p.m. on Nov. 24. Lineup is at 1 p.m. The parade will begin at northeast Main Street and will windup at grounds west of Bassett Creek. Full Story

DA hits cow in Salitpa area

    District Attorney Spence Walker hit a cow on Highway 69 in the Salitpa area Friday evening. Walker was driving his state-provided vehicle which was damaged. Walker was not hurt in the mishap but the condition of the cow was not revealed. Full Story

Clarke Prep School held its annual Thanksgiving dinner to benefit the library Tuesday. Parents pitched in to help prepare approximately 600 plates of turkey and dressing, string beas, yams and cake. Many ate at the school but most of the plates were carry-outs. Here Librarian Cynthia McLendon and parent Kelly Johnson work in the CPS kitchen early Tuesday. 034p1_xlg.jpg

'Heart of Clarke' mural dedicated

    The "Heart of Clarke" mural on the Keahey Law Office in downtown Grove Hill was dedicated Saturday. Above, Mary English, right, of the sponsoring Grove Hill Arts Council listens as artists Sharon Dozier and Johnna Bush talk about the project. Full Story

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Coffeeville raises business license fees

    The Coffeeville Town Council voted to raise business license fees by $20 during The Nov. 6 meeting. Approval of the new business license ordinance was postponed until the new fees could be added to the proposed new ordinance. Full Story

Cartridge program raises money for GHES

    Grove Hill Elementary School is participating in the nationally known program: "Cartridges for Kids." This program allows the school to collect items to be recycled and redeem those items for cash to be used in the school. Full Story

Brothers' fight lands one in jail

    A fight between two Jackson brothers turned bloody and led to the arrest of one of the men. Full Story

Hampton Inn eyeing Jackson

    During his comments at Tuesday's meeting of the Jackson City Council, Mayor Richard Long announce that a developer is looking to bring a new hotel to Jackson. Full Story