2018-01-25

2018-01-25 E-Edition

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Sporting chef shares tips for tasty venison




With Alabama in the peak of deer season, freezers are getting full, which means it’s time to prepare some tasty venison. As a buddy and I were discussing on a trip home from a hunting excursion, venison got a bad rap back in the day because of several reasons. Most deer hunting in the mid-20th century was done in front […]

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The Communities of Transformation site in Pine Hill is excited to announce its upcoming “Taste and See” event Thursday, Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m. in the Pine Hill United Methodist Church. The purpose of the meeting is to answer questions about COT and invite others to join the discussion on ways to serve those without enough. Communities of Transformation is […]

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Mobile historian to speak on Alabama’s steamboats at Historical Society meet



“Steamboats on Alabama Rivers,” will be the topic for the January meeting of the Clarke County Historical Society. Tom McGehee, a Mobile historian who is curator of the Bellingrath Gardens Home museum in Mobile County, will be the speaker. “Long before there were highways or railroads in Alabama, the rivers provided the only choice to move passengers and freight,” said […]

SENIOR NEWS LINE

Flu season hits senior citizens hard this winter

Flu season is cutting a wide swath this winter, and seniors are being hit hard. Depending on your source, the flu shots we were given in the fall are between 10 percent and 30 percent effective. That’s not very good. The worst one this year is the Influenza A (H3N2) strain. Your protection will depend on the type of shot […]

Deeds

Property deeds listed Dated Jan. 11-16

Etta M. Arnott-Other, to Jeremy I. Wilson. Deluna Land and Timber LLC, to Ronald Roy Hare. Deluna Land and Timber LLC, to Ruth L. Ball Residual Share Trust. Deluna Land and Timber LLC, to David B. Ball. Jerry Hawk, to Vanessa G. Phillips. Jennifer J. Fleming, to Saunna Smith. Charles A. Richards, to Sandra R. Richards. Brenda Bradford Dickson, to […]

Rice



Mrs. Henry Andrews Rice, 88, of Falls Church, Va. passed away Jan. 7, 2018 at her residence. She was born Aug. 13, 1929. She had been an Alzheimer’s patient for an extended time. Henry was raised in Clarke County. She attended Clarke County High School and graduated at Coffeeville. She then resided in Mobile. She was employed by a steamship […]