September 2, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Juvenile arrested with gun at job services

A 17-year-old juvenile was arrested in Jackson Tuesday afternoon after he was seen brandishing a small handgun outside the Alabama Job Services office on U.S. Highway 43. More...

Special Sections

Church

Directory of Area Churches

ASSEMBLY OF GOD First Assembly of God Coffeeville Road 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...

Sports

Aggies come back to beat the Bears

On a hot, sultry night at Legion Field, the Jackson Aggies beat the Leroy Bears in the annual Battle of the Tombigbee by a score of 14-7. More...

Wildcats win first game 15-12

Millry High School overcame a 6-0 deficit last Friday to beat Bayside Academy 15-12. More...

Eagles fly past IMS in season opener

Jackson Academy%27s first game of the season was a blowout, as they pounded the Independent Methodist School (IMS) Crusaders 52-0. More...

Four injured in fight at club near Coffeeville

Three people were shot and injured and one person was cut in a disturbance at the Bears and Bulls Club on Highway 84 West in Choctaw County, just across the Tombigbee River from Coffeeville, early Saturday morning. More...

Pine City Ambassadors chosen

Each year the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce sponsors the Pine City Ambassadors, Jackson%27s junior leadership program. More...

Artifacts of Jesse James era presented to Clarke County Museum

Recently I had the opportunity to witness a piece of history take place in the home of Wilburn H. McVay of Jackson. As I walked through the door of his home on College Avenue, which belonged to his grandfather, I was greeted by a More...

News

Grove Hill man arrested on indictment for sexual abuse

The Clarke County Sheriff More...

Superintendent Stephens wants voters informed about tax renewal

The South Alabamian Clarke County Superintendent of Education Gerald Stephens expressed concerns over the renewal of an ad valorem tax which will be on the Nov. 2 ballot. More...

Person not indicted by Grand Jury

Brenda Long, who was listed among those indicted by the Clarke County Grand Jury, has not been indicted. More...

Editorials

When did entertainers become political experts?

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Low voter turnout a disappointment

Last week voters in the municipalities of Clarke and Washington counties went to the polls to elect new city officials. More...

Prosecutors pull out all stops to get Clemon off Siegelman case

Federal prosecutors in former Gov. Don Siegelman More...

People

Parker - Stephens to be united in marriage Oct. 16

Rosalyn A. Parker of Jackson and Gregory Chapman of Detroit, Mich. announce the engagement of their daughter, Sherrye LaQuieta Parker, to Jack Vernon Stephens III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack V. Stephens Jr. of Jackson. More...

Roser - Smith to marry in historic Roswell, Ga.

Barbara and Paul Roser of Kingwood, Texas announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Erika Ann, to Nicholas Daniel Smith, son of Carolyn and Carl Smith of Cleveland, Tenn. and formerly of McIntosh. More...

Duren - Driver announce engagement

Magnolia Manor in Mobile will be the setting for the marriage of Sandra Claire Duren and Jason Allen Driver. More...