June 10, 2004 RSS feed / News

Former local drag racer helps with T-Bolt reunion

Sol Stewart, of Jackson, who once owned a drag strip in Florida in the early 1960s, traveled to Oklahoma Memorial Day weekend to help put on a Ford Thunderbolt Reunion, which attracted drag racers and enthusiasts from all over the country. More...

Jackson Police Report

For the week of June 1 - 6 the Jackson Police Department reports the following activities:
Arrests

Keisha L. Crayton, 35, of Jackson, charged with failure to appear. More...

Wynn to vie for WashCo Superintendent of Education

Rhonda Wynn is announcing her candidacy for superintendent of education in Washington County. She promises a fresh perspective to education. More...

E-911 director talks about new center

The Clarke County 911 board meeting was short Tuesday morning. More...

2005 Washington County Junior Miss

Saturday, June 12, 2004, 7 p.m. More...

Council denies resident’s rezoning request

The Jackson City Council denied a rezoning request by a Jackson resident, Tuesday, for the area of Clinton Street and Linden Avenue from R-3 to R-4, to allow for a mobile home. More...

Fulton’s sidewalk project may soon become reality

Fulton leaders are hoping that the town More...

Washington County Sheriff’s Report

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Smithsonian is coming to Washington County Public Library Aug. 16 - Sept. 26

The Washington County Public Library, the St. Stephens Historical Commission and the Washington County Museum will host the Traveling Smithsonian Exhibit, Key Ingredients: America by Food. More...

Pezent sisters both inducted into Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society

Two sisters, Ginger and Erica Pezent of Jackson, were recently inducted into the Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. More...

2004 spring honor roll announced at JA

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Area students graduate from Auburn University

Several area students were among the more than 2,300 who received degrees from the Auburn University in May. More...

Grant promotes traffic safety in six southwest Ala. counties

Gov. Bob Riley has awarded $50,000 to the Alabama Tombigbee Regional Commis-sion to provide overtime pay for law enforcement agencies in Choctaw, Clarke, Conecuh, Monroe, Washington and Wilcox counties. More...

Wagarville man arrested for growing marijuana

A Wagarville man was arrested Monday morning, after officers from Task Force One and the Washington County Sheriff More...

Too Late To Classify

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Washington County Junior Miss

Saturday, June 12, 2004 More...

DuBose scolds fellow commissioners

Clarke County Commission Chairman Patricia DuBose scolded her fellow commissioners for not following procedure for signing out county vehicles at the end of Tuesday More...

2005 Washington County Junior Miss

Scholarship Program Participants

Cynthia Lorraine Reed, a student at McIntosh High School, will participate in the Washington County Junior Miss Scholarship Program on June 12, 2004 at Washington County High School. More...

Deputy and suspect get shock from county’s new taser gun

A Mobile man and Clarke County deputy both got a jolt after the deputy used his new taser gun to subdue the subject Monday afternoon. More...

Fulton PD gets $1,000 contribution from Norfolk Southern

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Leroy H.S. presented grant

Wal-Mart Associates in Jackson recently presented Leroy High School (LHS) with a $500 matching grant. More...

Tips for dining out with diabetes

RN Home Care Supervisor for Washington/Clarke County Home Health, Alabama Dept. of Public Health

For the diabetic, dining out can be difficult. More...

The American Civil War to be revisited

Col. Thomas E. Fuller More...

Food that’s in when school is out

The Bay Area Food Bank is working to make sure that the children at Leinkauf Elementary, Calloway Middle Schools, Alabama Rural Ministry, Rock of Faith Baptist Church, Little Welcome Baptist Church, all of Mobile County, and Alabama State University More...

Ten worst weeds identified

"Alabama is silently being invaded by non-native plants," warned Keith Tassin, stewardship director for The Nature Conservancy of Alabama and the president of Alabama Invasive Plant Council. More...