2013-07-24

2013-07-24 E-Edition

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Master Mediterranean Grilling



FAMILY FEATURES A bundant plates of fresh vegetables, delicate fish from the nearby sea and splashes of olive oil are all hallmarks of traditional meals found in the Mediterranean. Spicy Mustard Chicken Kebabs Servings: 41/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon spicy brown mustard2 tablespoons Pompeian OlivExtraPremium Mediterranean Blend1/4 teaspoon garlic powder1 tablespoon Pompeian White Wine Vinegar1 pound raw boneless skinless chickenbreast, […]

Grand jury in session next week; handful of civil cases on dockets



The Clarke County Grand Jury will meet next week to hear cases for possible criminal indictment from District Attorney Spence Walker’s office. In addition, five civil cases are slated before either Circuit Court Judges Gaines McCorquodale or Robert Montgomery. Most of the cases are expected to be settled or continued. The cases are: Time of Perfection International Ministry, Inc. vs. […]

Clarke Prep wins Chairman’s Award



The Alabama Independent School Association has named Clarke Prep School as the recipient of the Class AA Chairman’s Award for the 2012-2013 school year. The Chairman’s Award was established by the AISA for the specific purpose of recognizing member schools that achieve athletic excellence during the school year. The award also serves as a symbol of recognition to the individuals […]

Former players visit Coach Kornegay



Four former Coffeeville High School students and players of James L. Kornegay, better known as “Coach”, visited Mr. and Mrs. Kornegay at their home in Cheslea, Ala. on June 28. Three of the students were members of the undefeated CHS football team of 1955. The group consisted of R. L. Guy, who was selected on the “All State” team that […]

State champ CPS starts vball camp



Event to meet new CCHS boy’s coach set for Aug. 3



The Sixth Man Booster Club for Clarke County High is having a meet and greet event for new boy’s basketball coach Eberne Myrthil on Sat., Aug. 3 from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. It will be held at the CCHS cafeteria. Club president Rev. W.T. Lesueur urges everyone to come out and meet and support the new coach and team.

State wildlife director Sykes to be on WJDB Saturday



Major changes in the Alabama hunting and fishing regulations will take effect this fall. Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) Director Chuck Sykes will be on WJDB this Saturday, on the “Gettin’ Outdoors Show,” with Big Daddy Lawler. Sykes will attempt to clear up any misconception and answer any questions the local hunters may have on the changes […]

Fulton police, fire departments receive grants




The Fulton Town Council formally accepted July 16 a $20,000 USDA Rural Development Grant toward the purchase of equipment for the fire and volunteer fire departments. The equipment will include thermal imaging cameras for fire rescue and radios, computers, firearms and taser guns for the police. A public hearing was also held that evening on the grant. The town will […]

Walker elected Girl’s State AG



Lillie Walker, a Clarke Prep Senior, recently attended the 71st session of Girl’s State in Tuscaloosa in June. Representatives from 338 private and public schools were in attendance. She campaigned for a week for the state office of Attorney General and won. This position is one of the top three held at Girl’s State. The Girl’s State Inauguration was attended […]