May 13, 2004 RSS feed / News

Nine inducted into WashCo Hall of Fame

Nine more people were immortalized on the main hall wall of the Washington County Courthouse Friday, when they were inducted into the Washington County Hall of Fame. More...

Pine cone contest ends; final winner announced

The final winner in The South Alabamian More...

Hurricane Awareness Week is May 18-24

In 1979 Hurricane Frederic and in 1995 Hurricane Opal caused tremendous damage in Alabama. Hurricane Georges (1998) and Danny (1997) are also reminders as to how vulnerable we are to hurricanes in Alabama and the need for preparedness. More...

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Wilcox inducted to Murphy High School Hall of Fame

Those in Washington County have known about the contributions Edith Jordan Wilcox has made to life in her home community, but now those in the wider southwest Alabama area understand the role she More...

Two arrested in theft at Auto Auction Sales

Two people have been arrested for a theft at Action Auto Sales in Grove Hill. More...

Wal-Mart gives to CAC

The Wal-Mart Associates in Jackson presented Delores Fleming (center), with the Children More...

Lady Wildcats going to state tournament

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‘Yard of the Month’ announced

The Four Seasons Garden Club recently announced that the home of Cecilia and William Walker, located on Edgewood Circle, has been chosen as May More...

Don’t miss the opportunity to honor local WWII veterans

A special ceremony will be held in downtown Jackson on Saturday, May 29, at the Veterans Memorial on the grounds of Jackson City Hall. More...

Jackson Police Report

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Dangerous Iraq situation forces local contractor to leave the country

The situation in Baghdad has become so critical that three Alabama men working as private contractors there decided it was wise to leave the country for the time being. More...

Speed limits on several Clarke Co. roads may be reduced

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Domestic violence: getting the unexpected

A beautiful woman was abused and killed today. More...