August 12, 2004 RSS feed / News

Benefit for Danny Moseley this Saturday

There will be a benefit this Saturday for Danny Moseley of Leroy, who was recently diagnosed with cancer. More...

Jackson resident appears on national television show

Ben Rogers Lee Jr., of Jackson, appeared on Turkey Country, the National Wild Turkey Federation More...

Local cheerleaders sponsor dance

Seven local junior varsity cheerleaders have united to raise enough money to participate in the Thanksgiving Day Parade in Orlando, Fla. More...

Jackson citizens attend ‘National Night Out’

The Jackson Police Department joined other law enforcement agencies Aug. 3, in hosting "National Night Out." More...

Attended ALFA conference

Julia and Duelon Dunagan of Clarke County were among more than 500 farmers who attended the 32nd Annual Alabama Farmers Federation Commodity Producers More...

Receives Boy Scout Badge

During a recent ceremony, Kaleb McKenzie, 11 (left), received his Boy Scout Badge as a new member of Jackson Boy Scout Troop 55. Also attending the special ceremony was his mother, Sonya McKenzie (right). Jim White serves as Troop 55 More...

Register for

Leroy Peewee
Football this
Saturday

Registration for Leroy Peewee Football is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 14 from 9-11 a.m. at Leroy High School. More...

Two-time offender still being sought by Clarke Co. deputies

A Whatley man wanted on domestic violence charges is still at large according to Clarke County Sheriff More...

Trooper post considered too busy to be used as E-911 center

The Alabama Trooper post in Grove Hill is no longer being considered an option as the site for the new 911 center. Major Cary Sutton came from Montgomery to let a group look at the building July 28. More...

Smithsonian will be at WashCo Library next week

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...

Two charged with trafficking cocaine by Task Force One

Two people were arrested last Tuesday in Thomasville and now face multiple drug charges. More...

WashCo Commission donates land to volunteer firefighters

The Washington County Commission voted Monday to give some land to the county Association of Volunteer Firefighters and to reject bids on a water service extension project. More...

Low-income residents receive help with home energy bills

Low-income residents in five southwest Alabama counties may be eligible to receive help in reducing their home energy bills. More...

Clarke County NWTF chapter receives several awards

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The South Alabamian

The Clarke County Chapter of the Alabama State National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) received significant awards at the group More...

Qualifies for LL World Series

Dane Howard, 9, of Tibbie recently competed in a national tournament in Slidell, La., as part of a traveling Little League baseball team. Teams compete in various locations in Florida, Mississippi, Alabama and Lousiana on the weekends. More...

Committee suggests new taxes

A citizens committee agreed Tuesday night to recommend new taxes to the Clarke County Commission that would raise nearly $1.5 million annually for road paving and other improvements. More...

Clarke Commission agrees to provide in-kind services for Fulton park renovation

Clarke County Commission-ers agreed to provide in-kind services for the town of Fulton in order for them to match a grant they plan to use to renovate the park behind Fulton Head Start. More...

Conservation Advisory Board recommends turkey decoys

In a recent specially called meeting, the Conservation Advisory Board voted seven to two to affirm its earlier recommendation to legalize the use of decoys for turkey hunting. The original affirmative vote occurred in May. More...

Harvest Information Program tracks migratory birds

Anyone who hunts migratory birds this season More...

Williams takes science education to the beach

Patton Williams of Grove Hill and a student at Jackson Academy, participated with 26 other students in an intensive marine science course at Dauphin Island Sea Lab June 6- July 2 . More...

Alcohol factor in Saturday afternoon wreck on Hwy. 69

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According to Jackson Police, alcohol played a role in a wreck that occurred Saturday evening on Highway 69 near Jackson. More...

Work on bank progressing

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Newly formed gastric bypass support group to meet in Jackson

A newly formed support group for those persons who have received or are interested in gastric bypass surgery will be meeting at the First United Methodist Church in Jackson on the third Tuesday of each month. More...