2013-04-03 E-Edition

Thomasville Teachers of Year

GH readies for spring cleanup

The Grove Hill Town Council voted Monday night to rent a dumpster for the April 20 annual Spring Cleanup. The cost of the rental of the dumpster will be from $325 to $400, said Town Clerk Cheryl Hicks. The dumpster will be located in the parking lot behind Town Hall for litter and trash disposal, and it will remain there […]

Festival of Hope offers fun, services

Clarke Records

Marriage license applications Thaddeus John Zerion Douglas, to Thamus Levert Toole. Douglas Jeremy Davis, to Christy Latoya Carstarphen. William Jackson, to Jessie Ree Jackson. Bradley Thomas Walker, to Tasha Renae Bradford. James Earnest Ian Pugh, to Laura Caitlyn Victory. Bradford Sealey Hare, to Amanda Jo Steadham. David Lee Ervin, to Stephanie Maritza Jones. Marriage license applications are just that—applications for […]

CPS beats Wayne

The Clarke Prep School Lady Gators split a pair of games last Wednesday in the final day of the Bash on the Beach tournament in Panama City, FL. The Lady Gators beat Wayne County HS, TN 5-3 in the first game. Ivy Bethea went 2-for-3 with two RBI. Kiley Dunagan, Taylor Bradford and Mary Ellen McConnell each had a hit. […]

Bulldogs down Bears

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs beat the Leroy Bears 5-2 Monday afternoon in Grove Hill. Zack Webb got the win. he pitched six innings, allowed two hits and struck out six. Dax Dozier got the save, striking out two in the last inning. Bailey Newton went 2-for- 3 with an RBI. Dozier and Hunter Spidle each had a hit […]

Sports Scene

You can’t ‘unsee’ it

The morbid society that we live in can easily recall any and all gruesome sights that we have seen in our lifetime. Images of war, destruction from Mother Nature as well as carnage from wrecks and fires. They all spark something in our mind. If I say the names Joe Theisman, Tyrone prothro and Marcus Lattimore, even non sports fans […]

Easter Sunrise

Unusual Mitchell’s Reserve dates to 1805, a gift from Choctaw Indians

It has long been a surveyor’s nightmare: A vast tract devoid of the townships and sections that skip orderly across the landscape of the country. It has a certain mystique as well; a beautiful landscape including pretty creeks and a u-shaped old river lake long dubbed Horseshoe Lake. Its unusual history makes one’s imagination spin as whether or not the […]