November 20, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Second Jacksonian named to Alabama Oil and Gas Board

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The Alabama Oil and Gas Board is the state regulatory agency that oversees production of the state More...

Special Sections

Church

Church of the Week

Visitation Catholic 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

Editor’s Notes

By
Evan
Carden
SA Editor
Everyone should have something to be thankful for

A week from today (Thursday) most of us will all sit down with our friends and family and enjoy home cooked meals good enough to make our tongues slap our brains out, as my mother puts it. More...

Sanders right about the power of a ‘made up mind’

State Senator Hank Sanders spoke to a crowd of Clarke Countians last Thursday, at the meeting of the Clarke County Community Development Corporation (CCCDC), about the power of a More...

Alabama Scene

Syndicated Columnist
Most likely scenario for Moore
is a run for Shelby

There is an old saying in my trade which warns that those who live by the crystal ball will end up eating glass. More...

People

Four Seasons Garden Club meeting conducted Nov. 6

The Four Seasons Garden Club of Jackson met Nov. 6 in the Educational Building of the First Presbyterian Church. More...

McMullen - Osborne united in marriage

Sandra Osborne of Saraland and Richard P. McMullen Jr. of Jackson, were united in marriage at the Kimbell House in Jackson on Nov. 8, 2003. More...

Middleton - Maherg engagement announced

Susan Middleton and Marvin Middleton, both of Jackson, announce the engagement of their daughter, Megan, to Gary Maherg, son of John and Paula Maherg of Leroy and Wesley and Phyllis Qualls of Wagarville. More...

Man charged with indecent exposure

A Millry man has been arrested by the Jackson Police Department and charged with indecent exposure after being accused of exposing himself to a 9-year-old girl at the local Wal-Mart store. More...

Headed for second championship

The Jackson Academy Eagles will play for the State Championship for the second year in a row in Troy this Friday. Game time is 1 p.m. at Troy State University More...

Ciba announces expected layoffs

Unit to be reopened to expand plastics workSA Editor

Last week Ciba Specialty Chemicals More...

News

Wal-Mart donates to JVFD

(L-R) Jackson Wal-Mart Store Manager Kevin DeLony and Personnel Manager Bridgett Lowery recently presented the Jackson Volunteer Fire Department with a $500 donation. More...

Nominations sought for Citizen of the Year

Nominations for the Jackson Civitan Club More...

Too Late To Classify

YARD SALE -Saturday, Nov. 22, 8 - 12, 1326 McKee Dr. Couch and love seat, microwave, new light fixtures. More...

Coming Events

Diabetic Support

The Diabetic Support Group meets the first and third Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. in the dining room at Grove Hill Memorial Hospital. More...

Sports

Eagles to vie for second state title

SA Correspondent

The crowd that filled the home side of McCorquodale stadium-Parham Field at Jackson Academy to watch the Eagles face South Montgomery County Academy (SMCA) were not disappointed by their home team Friday night as JA rolled over the Raiders 62-7. More...

Tigers knock Bulldogs out of playoffs in second round

Anything that could go wrong did go wrong this past Friday night as the Bulldogs of Washington County fell 20-0 to the home-standing Tigers of Luverne in the second round of the state playoffs. More...

Performs at USM Homecoming

Lindsay Boler (left) and Susan Bolen Long (right) recently performed at the University of Southern Mississippi More...