September 25, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Lawsuit seeks to restore M.H.S. mascot

A lawsuit filed in Washington County Circuit Court in 2002 against the Washington County Board of Education (BOE) wants the "Demons" restored as McIntosh High School More...

Special Sections

Church

Church of the Week

Tompkins Baptist Church Hwy. 43 S., Grove Hill 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...

Lathan Funeral Home, Inc.

FIRST IN PRE-NEED FUNERAL PLANS
Jackson - 246-2363

Kaylee Andra Deas, a newborn infant, died on Sept. 15, 2003. She is preceded in death by her great-grandparents, Leroy Dunagan and Sam Deas. More...

Education

WashCo BOE awards contracts and waits for Oct. 3 budget

SA Correspondent

The Washington County Board of Education approved some expenditures and personnel employment Monday afternoon. More...

Grant materials presented to ClarkeCo schools

Toni Ice of the Clarke County Soil and Water Conservation District distributed special education grant materials to all the fourth grade classes in Clarke County. More...

Homecoming at Jackson Academy Oct. 3

You are invited to the Jackson Academy Homecoming activities Oct. 3, Eagle Stadium at 7:30 p.m. More...

Sports

Bayside’s Admirals get sunk in Leroy

Leroy High School More...

Clarke Prep’s Gators fall 14-8 to Monroe Academy

A last ditch on-side kick was awarded to the Monroe Academy Volunteers as a last rally by Clarke Prep fell short 14-8 last Friday night in Grove Hill. More...

Choctaw refuge sets dates for hunters

The Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge has set the dates for this year More...

Lawmen search for identity of dead man

Special to The South Alabamian

The search for the identity of a dead body found in the Blue Mountain community west of Grove Hill last Thursday is currently being conducted by the Clarke County Sheriff More...

Council passes budget

SA Editor

The Jackson City Council approved a $5,225,800 budget for the upcoming fiscal year, Tuesday, as well as a number of projects at the William E. Stewart Airport. More...

Man dies in wreck

A McIntosh man died in a late afternoon wreck, Saturday, Sept. 20, on Red Fox Road in south Washington County, and troopers think alcohol may have been involved. More...

Jackson COC elects new board members

SA Editor

"We must think of ways to improve Southwest Alabama," Alabama-Tombigbee Planning Commission (ATPC) board member Jamie Wallace told the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce (COC) during its annual meeting at the Jackson Community House last Thur More...

News

Alabama’s Forever Wild license plate now available

Alabama auto owners have a new specialty tag option when they renew their license plates. The Forever Wild license plate became available in county probate offices on Sept. More...

JA Peewee Team

This year More...

New nasal spray flu immunization offered

Special to
The South Alabamian

For the first time in decades, individuals will have access to a brand new immunization technology to prepare for the upcoming influenza season. More...

Coming Events

Coming Events ‘55 Alive’ driving class

AARP will be presenting the driving instruction class entitled "55 Alive", for a $10 fee, Thursday, Oct. 2, at the First Presbyterian Church, from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. with a one-hour break for the lunch period. More...

Editorials

Editor’s Notes

By
Evan
Carden
SA Editor
Since when is a hatchet not a weapon

For those of you who missed the report on last Thursday More...

Airport improvements key to economic development

Tuesday night the Jackson City Council spent a large portion of its meeting discussing and approving improvements to be made at the William E. Stewart Airport. More...

Alabama Scene

Syndicated Columnist
Today

When you reach my age it is easy to fall into the trap of talking a lot about the good old days...the good old days when things were so much better than they are today. More...

People

Miss Steeley becomes bride of Mr. Peoples

Latesia Moneik Steeley and Cedric Labarron Peoples were united in marriage on Saturday, Aug. 16, 2003 at the Mt. Sinai No. 1 Baptist Church in the Evergreen community. More...

Photo

Four Seasons Garden Club yard sale Oct. 2-3 The Four Seasons Garden Club in Jackson will be conducting its More...

Thomas-Woolfolk to marry Saturday

Cassie Joy Thomas of McIntosh and Christopher Shane Woolfolk of Jackson will exchange wedding vows Saturday, Sept. 27, 2003, 6 p.m. at the Kimbell House in Jackson. More...