August 6, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Warrant issued in weekend shooting

SA Editor

Jackson Police have issued a warrant for a suspect in a shooting that occurred early Sunday morning at the old Harper High School on Highway 177. More...

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Take a bite out of crime McGruff the crime dog chats with little Tyrell Fox at Tuesday night More...

Special Sections

Church

Church of the Week

Greater Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church Walker Springs More...

ASSEMBLY OF GOD

U.S. Hwy. 43 North, Jackson
Center Point Baptist Church
Hwy. 154 - Coffeeville
Cliff Scarbrugh, Pastor
First Baptist Church - Jackson

214 College Ave. More...

Education

We should never take our public servants for granted

Sometimes we take our "public servants" for granted, especially those gentlemen who respond to the call for help through the local ambulance service. This is just an attempt to thank them and the police department for their response. More...

Teachers train at Gillmore Elementary

Gillmore Elementary School served as the training site during the week of July 28 for over 130 kindergarten, first, second and third grade teachers from Clarke, Washington and Monroe counties. More...

Registration today at Gillmore

Gillmore Elementary School in Jackson will be conducting registration Thursday, Aug. 7 from 3-5 p.m. More...

Sports

Pee Wee Football sign-up planned

Jackson Pee Wee Football sign-up will be Saturday, Aug. 9 at Jackson City Hall between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. There will be a registration fee for those signing up. Children ages 6-12 are eligible and must bring a birth certificate. More...

Jackson man arrested following domestic dispute

SA Editor

A Jackson man has been charged with second-degree assault after allegedly beating a woman with a stick, causing extensive injuries to her face and head. More...

Overpass improvements progress

Southwest Alabama Construction has been contracted by The City of Jackson to make improvements to the Highway 69 overpass. Earlier in the summer heavy rains combined with the steep incline caused the landscaping to wash away. More...

Future doctors plan to practice in rural Clarke-Washington area

SA Editor

Two area students recently took a step toward realizing their dreams of becoming doctors by shadowing local physician Dr. Sid Crosby for a week. More...

News

State groups and businesses stand divided on tax issue

Go anywhere in Alabama today and you can hear someone talking about Gov. Bob Riley More...

Mulch Facts

I found out a surprising fact that will help people save money. I needed to purchase a bunch of mulch for my landscaping and called a local bulk supplier of mulch. More...

Disease stalks pets, humans in southern United States

It More...

Coming Events

Coming Events

Wilbur Newton benefit

A benefit singing for Wilburn Newton who is suffering from Lou Gehrig disease will be held on Saturday, Aug. 16, 7 p.m., at Sage Auditorium (CCHS) in Grove Hill. More...

Editorials

Iraqi War critics should think before speaking

Guest Columnist

As the war in Iraq lingers and the list of American soldiers killed lengthens there is evidence that the criticism about President Bush More...

Citizen should be thanked for helping catch burglar

All of us owe a debt of gratitude to the Rose Street resident who called the Jackson Police Department Saturday and reported a burglary in progress. More...

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People

Mathews - Richardson exchange vows July 19

Gena DeAnn Richardson and David Scott Mathews were united in marriage on Saturday, July 19, 10:30 a.m. in a ceremony held in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. More...

Foster and adoption families still needed

The Washington County Department of Human Resources and the Clarke County Department of Human Resources are in need of local families to become approved foster care and/or adoption resources. More...

Jamie Davis honored with kitchen shower July 24

On July 24, a kitchen shower was held in honor of Jamie Davis, bride-elect of Scott Ramsey, at the home of Geneva York of Jackson. More...