September 10, 2003 RSS feed / News

Steven Furr, MD, re-elected to Medical Association Board

Steven P. Furr, MD, a family practice physician from Jackson and former vice president of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama, has been reelected to the Medical Association More...

Task Force Agents arrest Coffeeville man

A Coffeeville man was arrested by Task Force One agents after running a game warden off the road. More...

Annual health fair in Grove Hill

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Jackson Police officers report three arrests

Jackson Police Department officers made three arrests from Sept. 2 through Sept. 7. More...

Nan Harper elected District VP of WCR

Former Jackson resident and teacher Nan Harper was elected district vice president of Region IX of the Women More...

ClarkeCo Health Department August ratings announced

The Clarke County Health Department announced its ratings for eating establishments for the month of August. More...

40-year-old lamp made from unusually shaped tree

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Simeon Daniels likes to make things from wood and is especially proud of a lamp he made approximately 40 years ago. More...

Coontz graduates Coast Guard training 

Coast Guard Fireman Apprentice Robert G. Coontz III, son of Tonja C. and Robert G. Coontz of Grove Hill, recently graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Recruit Training Center in Cape May, N. J. More...

Yard of the Month chosen

The yard of Lamar and Ann Reid, located at 125 Linden Avenue in Jackson, was recently chosen by the Four Seasons Garden Club as the Yard of the Month for August. (SA photo by Evan Carden) More...

Nineteen arrests booked through Clarke County Jail

Nineteen arrests were reported from the Clarke County Jail this week. Those arrests include: More...

August Food prices edge higher

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Savings on produce and pork weren More...

September is National Ovarian and Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

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Ovarian cancer is still the deadliest of the gynecological cancers and is often thought of as a silent killer even in the medical community, while prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer found in American men other than skin cancer. More...

Poll workers have busy day

Approximately 51 percent of Clarke County More...

Council to consider video cameras at new terminal

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During Tuesday More...

Russell Index adds

United Security Bancshares

United Security Bancshares, Inc., with headquarters in Thomasville, was recently included in the Russell 2000 Index when the Frank Russell Company reconstituted the family of US indexes. More...

Sen. Richard Shelby announces money for Alabama projects

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Alabama is apparently fortunate to have one of its U.S. senators as a senior member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, according to news releases from U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., last week. More...

Riley awards $160,000 to fight illegal drugs in SW Alabama

Gov. Bob Riley has awarded $160,000 to the city of Jackson to continue the battle against illegal drug use and distribution in three southwest Alabama counties. More...

Byrd graduates from Army’s Sergeants Major Academy

Army Reserve Sgt. Maj. Suda E. Byrd has graduated from the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy Nonresident Course (NRC) at Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. More...

County Road 33 in Barlow Bend to be repaired again

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The Clarke County Commission opened bids for the slide repair project on County Road 33 in Barlow Bend during its meeting Tuesday morning. More...