June 24, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Man dies in crash

A Chance man lost his life after being ejected from his vehicle in a one-car crash that occurred Saturday night east of Grove Hill. More...

Jackson council approves new A/C installation at city hall and assembly house

The installation of new air conditioning and heating systems at Jackson City Hall and the H.W. More...

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Church

Stave Creek Baptist Church celebrating 145 years Sunday

Stave Creek Baptist Church in Jackson will be celebrating its 145th anniversary and homecoming on Sunday, June 27, 2004. More...

OBITUARIES

Fordora Jane Cotton

Fordora Jane Cotton, 70, a native of Clarke County and a resident of Chatom, died June 14, 2004 at Mobile Infirmary. She was a member of Pine Level Baptist Church of Hobson and the Order of the Eastern Star. More...

Annual St. John’s Day celebration Sunday

The annual St. John More...

Education

Coates sister and brother tapped with honors

Crystal RiChondra Coates and Richard LaCorey Coates, sister and brother, of St. Stephens, received academic honors. More...

Miriam Bryant to be honored at UA in fall

Miriam Bryant of Jackson recently accepted membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) and will be honored during a campus ceremony in the fall at the University of Alabama. More...

Hannah Hubbard represents

WCHS at Girl

Hannah Hubbard represented Washington County High School at Girl More...

Sports

Jackson Little League division winners announced

The Jackson Little League Association recently announced the division winners for the 2004 season. More...

Dixie League All-Stars continue winning streak

The Jackson Dixie League All-Stars continued their winning streak this past weekend, beating Saraland 16-1 and Chickasaw 10-0. More...

Photo

Second place in the Minor League was Tom More...

Civil War battle re-enacted

A re-enactment of a Civil War battle took place near Chatom this past Saturday. The event featured authentic weaponry and period attire. More...

WashCo Mental Health

partners with sheriff

People seldom realize the mental health needs associated with those incarcerated in jails and prisons across Alabama and the rest of the country. But, there are many inmates who need services provided by mental health agencies. More...

Children’s Center addition unveiled

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News

Civil War battle rages near Chatom

The blue and gray filled the battlefield once again this past Saturday, as Civil War re-enactors staged a mock battle at Fuller Farm near Chatom. More...

MOWA tribe holds its annual powwow in North Mobile Co. The MOWA band of the Choctaw Indians, of Mobile and Washington counties, conducted its 25th annual powwow this past weekend on tribal lands in North Mobile County. More...

New dialysis center to hold Open House Sunday at 2 p.m. An Open House is planned for Sunday, June 27, from 2-4 p.m. for the Fresenius Medical Care of North America dialysis facility, FMC-NA Tombigbee, in Jackson. More...

Coming Events

VFW 5355 meetings

The VFW Post 5355 and ladies auxiliary will meet the third Thursday of every month, 6 p.m., at the VFW Club on Club Wiley Road. More...

Editorials

Editor’s Notes

Some childhood memories are hard to forget

There are some experiences that I had growing up, no matter how young I was when they occurred, that I still remember to this day. More...

Congressional Report

By
Rep. Jo Bonner
First Congressional District
Legislative schedule intense
in House of Representatives

This past week, the House of Representatives took up consideration of several bills pending on the legislative calendar. More...

Jim Davidson

I have a 95-year-old friend and reader who has a great sense of humor. In her last letter, she wrote these words on the outside of the envelope: "Lord, make me as good as my dog thinks I am. More...

People

McIntyre -Stamey exchange vows June 12

Bettie Joan Stamey and John McIntyre were united in marriage on Saturday, June 12, 2004 in the home of the bride More...

Carriage rides offered for Garden Tour in Thomasville Saturday

On Saturday, June 26, a tour of Thomasville More...

Hoven family reunion

The Hoven family reunion is scheduled for Saturday, June 26, 1 p.m. at the home of Carol and John Carlisle, located at 1317 McKee Drive in Jackson. More...