April 15, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

JPD to enforce new traffic rules at Little League park

Jackson Police Chief Charles Burge wants residents to be aware that there are new parking regulations and a new speed limit at North Jackson Park. More...

Relay for Life planned for April 23

What can one person do to fight cancer? Just ask one of the two million people working in communities like Jackson to reduce the threat of cancer. The answer: participate in the American Cancer Society More...

Special Sections

Church

Directory of Area Churches

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

214 College Ave. More...

OBITUARIES

B.C. Copeland

B.C. Copeland, 81, a native of Washington County and a resident of Chatom, died April 5, 2004 at Jackson Medical Center. He was retired from Brown and Root Construction Company. He was preceded in death by son, Ronald Copeland. More...

I challenge you to write one thank you note

Phil. 4:4 "Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice." More...

Editorials

Editor’s Notes

By
Evan
Carden
SA Editor
Oh, how soon we Americans forget

I was watching the President More...

Take heed of new parking rules and speed law at park

A lot of emphasis is being put on the new parking regulations and speed limit at North Jackson Park. There are valid reasons these new laws have been put in place. More...

Alabama Scene

It has been a long time in coming, but the Auburn University Board of Trustees has a new look. More...

People

Rikard’s Mill to reopen Saturday

The Monroe County Heritage Museum announces "Spring Time" at the Rikard More...

Couple to exchange wedding vows Saturday

Amber Maherg and Jonathan Maherg will be united in marriage on Saturday, April 17, 2004. More...

Showers given in honor of Spence - Broadhead

Renee Spence, bride-elect of Philip Broadhead, was honored at a wedding shower at the Evergreen Baptist Church on Saturday, March 13, 2004. More...

Retired Jackson business owner dies in auto crash

Well-known retired Jackson business owner Charles C. McLain Sr., 83, was killed Tuesday morning, when his pickup truck veered off of Winn Road into a pasture and caught fire. More...

Local man shot while working in Iraq as driver

Tammy Spillers is thankful that her husband, Al Spillers of Jackson, will be returning home safely after being shot in Iraq. More...

Soldier with local ties killed in Iraq

Army Spc. Stephen D. (Dusty) Hiller, of Opelika, who has family ties in Jackson, was one of two Alabama soldiers killed in Iraq April 4. More...

Candidates qualify for Clarke and WashCo elections

The only local contested races on Clarke County ballots will be the district attorney More...

News

New chamber of commerce director has vision for Jackson

The Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce has a new director and she has a vision to make the city a better place to live. More...

Too Late To Classify

HOUSE FOR SALE - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, workshop, 2-slot boat shed, playhouse, large screened porch, on two lots. Located at Edgewood Subdivision, Jackson. Call (251) 246-7580. More...

Marks announces re-election bid

Robert Marks has announced that he will seek another term on the Jackson City Council. More...

Coming Events

Shriners Trail Ride

There will be a Shriners Trail Ride on May 1 at the Chuck Reynolds Camp in Tibbie. Located on Highway 20 on Four Points Road. More...

Education

Jackson High School third nine weeks honor roll announced

Jackson High School honor roll for the third nine weeks is announced. More...

Butts accepted into program

Ashleigh Butts, a graduating senior at Leroy High School, left, has been accepted into the University of South Alabama More...

‘Alabama Mentor’ will be great Web site for students, parents, counselors

Sometime this spring Alabama students, parents and counselors will have a new Web site they can visit to find out about colleges and careers. It is called "Alabama Mentor". More...

Sports

JA Eagles claim area title over Autauga

The Jackson Academy Eagles baseball team traveled to Autauga last Friday and came home as the area champions, after downing their opponents 10-0 in five innings. More...

Lady Eagles get win over Autauga Academy

Jackson Academy More...

Lady Aggies take some tough losses

The Lady Aggies (18-12) scored four runs in the bottom of the first inning and coasted to an easy win over the Excel Panthers Tuesday afternoon in Jackson. More...