August 27, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Turner named dean of UM’s School of Education

Dr. Larry Turner More...

Barlow Bend residents complain of poor planning

By Jim Cox
SA Publisher

A delegation of about 20 or so Barlow Bend residents showed up at the Clarke County Commission meeting Tuesday to complain of poor roads and to request that some 15 to 20 miles of dirt roads in their area be paved. More...

Special Sections

Church

Church of the Week

Church of Christ Jackson 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...

Editorials

Guest Column

By
Melvin Joiner
Former Clarke Supt. of Education
Real problem is how to undo the Alabama Constitution of 1091

As a student of history I have been very disappointed in the discussion of the tax reform issue. Neither side has really gotten to the heart of the whole issue. More...

Why not use new tax money for education?

The Jackson City Council passed a measure Tuesday night to raise the city More...

Alabama Scene

Syndicated Columnist
Ringling Bros. can

There was a story making the rounds in Montgomery this week end. It seems that Ringling Brothers or some other circus of note had cancelled its scheduled appearance here in a few weeks. More...

People

Murray - Jones exchange wedding vows on July 19

Dara DeShay Jones and Matthew Vaughn Murray were united in marriage on Saturday, July 19 at Millry Baptist Church. More...

Mr. and Mrs. Moss celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Moss Jr. celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Aug. 22. at a reception held at the First Baptist Church in Chatom. More...

Cuthbertson -Tucker united in marriage

Highlands United Methodist Church in Birmingham was the setting for the June 28 wedding of Lauren Lynn Tucker and Dr. Bret Anthony Cuthbertson. More...

Mom and Pop’s robbed at gunpoint

Jackson police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred in the late evening hours of Aug. 20, at the Mom and Pops store on Forest Avenue. More...

Two injured in drive-by shooting

Two women were injured early Sunday morning in a drive-by shooting at Creeper More...

Council votes to raise tobacco tax

SA Editor

Tuesday night, the Jackson City Council, following suit behind other municipalities in the county, voted to increase its tax on tobacco products. More...

Fans turn out to meet the Aggies

Members of the 2003 Aggies varsity football team walked onto Legion Field, Tuesday night, for the annual Meet the Aggies program. Also introduced during the event were the Aggies More...

News

ClarkeCo Commission recognized by United Way

SA Publisher

The Clarke County Commis-sion was presented plaques for its support of the Clarke County United Way Tuesday and awards were also announced for individual offices and employees who have contributed to the program. More...

Dept. of Conservation withdraws hunters’ new responsibility regulation

The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources withdrew a new regulation designed to protect landowner rights by holding dog deer hunters responsible for the actions of their dogs. More...

WashCo Commission reviews roads, bids and voter polls

SA Correspondent

The Washington County Commission took action on roads and other issues Monday. More...

Coming Events

Parden family reunion

The Parden family reunion will be Aug. 30 at Bethel Baptist Church in Coffeeville. More...

Sports

By Bruce Hansen and

Evan Carden

Will WCHS go all the way this year? More...

Aggies first home game is Sept. 5

The Jackson Aggies will host their first home game on Sept. 5 with Thomasville. More...

McIntosh falls to Choctaw County in pre-season contest

SA Editor

McIntosh High School More...