2021-02-04

TARLETON

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Allen Leo Tarleton, 74, of Grove Hill, transitioned from this life on February 5, 2021 at his home. He was born to Leo Brown Tarleton and Clara Belle Tarleton on September 20, 1946. He was a member of Grove Hill Baptist Church and Macon Lodge #7 in Grove Hill. He served his Lord as a deacon, Sunday School teacher and […]

Lee

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Dan D. Lee II, 42, a native of Enterprise and resident of Jacksonville, Fla., passed away Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021 at Orange Park Medical Center in Orange Park, Fla. He was born Aug. 27, 1978 to Dan Lee and Teresa Lee in Ft. Hood, Texas. Dan was a member of the Class of 1996 at Enterprise High School. Dan was […]

Horn

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Darryl La Vann “Uncle Darryl” Horn, 58, a native of Whatley and a resident of Adamsville, answered the Master’s call on Saturday, Jan 29, 2021. He served in the United States Army as well as the Alabama National Guard, including a tour in Kosovo, and receiving numerous service awards. Darryl was born October 1, 1962. He was a member of the […]

Bush

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Trazarian Shavar Bush, 37, a native and resident of Jackson until the fullness of time had come, Jan. 31, 2021, at USA Hospital. He was born Jan 19, 1984 to David James Cox Sr. and Diane Bush. Trazarian was educated in the Clarke County School System. He was a proud 2002 graduate of Jackson High School and then employed in the […]

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Historic Grove Hill home, built in 1850s, for sale

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A historic Grove Hill landmark residence is on the market. The Coate-Wilson- Bumpers Home on Du- Bose Avenue likely dates to the mid-1850s. It was last owned by Marion “Bumpy” Bumpers, a retired educator, who died June 5 at the age of 93. She left the house and other properties to Auburn University and her will specifies that the Martha […]

Gov. Ivey pledges 4-laned Hwy. 43 from T’ville to T’town

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Gov. Kay Ivey’s State of the State address Tuesday night touched on many things — the Covid-19 pandemic, last year’s hurricanes, the possibility of gambling, prison needs and more. She then turned to highway needs and the recent successes of Rebuild Alabama, a program she championed a couple of years ago funded by new gasoline taxes before describing a new […]

Who would murder a 72-year-old truck driver?

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A 72-year-old log truck driver was shot and killed in his truck about 5 o’clock the morning of Thursday, Jan. 28. Thearthor Dixon of Thomasville was shot several times, including a wound to the head. The type of murder weapon was not disclosed. Lawmen believe that robbery was the motive for the fatal shooting. The location was on Waterway Road, […]

Finney gets probation but out as coroner

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The Clarke County coroner and a former deputy of the Clarke County Sheriff’s Department has been sentenced to three years of probation for assaulting a male who was in police custody. Mitchell “Mitch” Finney, 52, was sentenced Friday, Jan. 29 by U.S. District Judge Terry F. Moorer. The conviction and sentencing means that Finney must vacant the elected coroner’s position. […]

Community Neighbor Bank to open office in Grove Hill; grocery warehouse to locate on old airport property

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Community Neighbor Bank will be opening an office in Grove Hill, Mayor Ross Wood told the Town Council at the Feb. 1 meeting. “It has been approved by the state and as they get all of the logistics together, it will be late spring or early summer before the door opens. They have been talking with some of the citizens […]