May 6, 2004 RSS feed / News

Coffeeville mayor addresses school board

Members of the Coffeeville School Committee appeared again before the Clarke County Board of Education during the April 29 meeting. More...

Sims returns home safely

Spc. Ben "Ricky" Sims Jr., a resident of Montgomery and former resident of Sunflower, recently returned home from serving a year in Kuwait with the 781st Trans. More...

Foster claims Clarke County Junior Miss title

Diana Foster was selected as Clarke County More...

Arrest made in GH shooting

Incident occurred April 17 on Carter Drive during an altercation between two men

An arrest has been made in a shooting incident that occurred on Carter Drive in Grove Hill April 17. More...

People First attend state rally

Left photo: Clarke County People First attended the second rally at the state capital for individuals with cognitive learning disabilities and special needs. More...

Williams retires from library

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Rabies vaccination clinics offered

Few diseases bring as much fear and anxiety to a community as rabies. More...

JA SGA participates in cleanup

The Jackson Academy Student Government Association participated in the Jackson cleanup campaign by picking up trash along Highway 69. More...

Police Memorial Week begins Sunday

The Jackson Police Depart-ment will join other departments around the country next week in honoring police officers who lost their lives in the line of duty, by observing Police Memorial Week May 9-15. More...

Jackson Chamber of Commerce presents Business After Hours

Does your business go out of town for a service that is available from a local business? Is your company targeting local customers? More...

Former Jackson resident receives humanitarian award

Special to
The South Alabamian

The Medical Association of Georgia (MAG) recently presented the Jack A. Raines, MD Humanitarian Award to Dr Goodman B. Espy, III, formerly of Jackson, who was nominated by the Cobb County Medical Society. More...

Graham new Alabama Power business office supervisor

Judy Graham was recently selected by Alabama Power to be the business office supervisor for the Jackson office. More...

Anthony Jackson announces bid for Jackson council seat

Anthony Jackson recently announced that he will seek the District 1 Place 2 Jackson City Council seat currently held by Eloise Clarke. More...

Judge’s descendants donate dress to St. Stephens Museum

Descendants of Judge James Benjamin Rawls, recently donated a child More...

Area residents take advantage of free screenings at OES Health Fair

Special to
The South Alabamian

Bertha Mae Chapter No. 314 Order of the Eastern Star hosted its first health fair Saturday, April 10 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on the grounds of Jackson City Hall. More...

Dr. Furr visits Washington, D.C.

Jackson family physician Steve Furr, M.D. (second from right in front row) recently traveled to Washington, D.C. for meetings with members of Alabama More...

Sessions: ‘There’s still a significant threat out there’

Special to
The South Alabamian

America is making strides in the War on Terror. More...

Culture Fest 2004

Pam Wright operated the booth for Faith Arrangements. More...