October 7, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

WashCo Mental Health works to provide services for students

The well-being of our young people is the primary goal of the professionals at Washington County Mental Health (WCMH). That More...

Special Sections

Church

Christianity is declining in America

Matt. 16:18 More...

First Assembly of God to present drama ‘Heaven’s Gates & Hell’s Flames’ Oct. 17-19

The First Assembly of God in Jackson will present the drama presentation of More...

Okalona Methodist singing planned Oct. 9

Okalona Methodist Protestant Church will have their regular singing Saturday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. More...

Education

Treasurer Kay Ivey extends enrollment for PACT program to Oct. 15

State Treasurer Kay Ivey announced she is extending the enrollment deadline for the Alabama Prepaid Affordable College Tuition (PACT) program to Oct. 15 due to the disaster and recovery from Hurricane Ivan. More...

Pritchett receives degree at AUM

Onica Shemeka Pritchett of Thomasville received a bachelor of arts degree in sociology from Auburn University in Montgomery (AUM) on Aug. 6, 2004. More...

JHS biology students create models of cells

The biology class at Jackson High School recently participated in a project where students were required to make a model of a eukaryotic cell. The models contained organelles commonly found in animal and plant cells. More...

Sports

JA’s Eagles outrun Tuscaloosa

The Jackson Academy Eagles picked up their first region win of the season and kept their playoff hopes alive as they downed the Knights of Tuscaloosa Academy 27-7 last Friday night. More...

Coaches are more than coaches

Last week I sat at my desk rolling a tennis ball across my desktop and annoying our receptionist/proofreader with relentless questions and quizzes. More...

Shrine Golf Classic is this Saturday

The Washington County Linksters More...

One killed in collision north of Thomasville

Jackson man severely injured and flown to Mobile hospital

From Staff Reports A Uniontown man was killed and a Jackson man was severely injured when their vehicles collided on a foggy highway north of Thomasville early Saturday. More...

New COC board members installed at annual meeting

Four new board members were elected to the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce More...

News

2004 Fire Prevention Week Art Contest Winners

Ellie Bethea - 1st PlaceJackson Academy 2nd Grade More...

STATE OF ALABAMA LEGAL NOTICES

WHEREAS, the Alabama Legislature at its Regular Session of 2004 ordered an election to be held on a certain proposed amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, set out here as Act No. More...

New Jackson City Council takes office

Controversy arises during vote for mayor pro tem position

Monday More...

Coming Events

Diabetes management

Grove Hill Memorial Hospital diabetic educators will present More...

Editorials

Wallace held a monopoly on governor’s office for two decades

When George Wallace was elected governor in 1962, he started a virtual monopoly on the governor%27s office that lasted more than two decades, 1963-1987. More...

South Alabamian Readers Write

Coffeeville Fire Dept. thanks all for help during Ivan

Dear Editor: The Coffeeville Volunteer Fire Department would like to express a special thanks to Georgia Pacific Corp. for the donation of the portable generators to our fire department. More...

Vote on Marriage Protection Amendment

For the past two weeks, nearly everyone in south Alabama has been focused exclusively on Hurricane Ivan and the destruction it left behind. More...

People

Miss Hamilton becomes bride of Mr. Bailey Oct. 2

The Grove Hill Baptist Church was the setting for the candlelight ceremony uniting Jessica Lee Hamilton and Nathan Craig Bailey in marriage. Performing the 6 p.m. ceremony on Oct. 2, 2004, was the Rev. Jerry Wayne May. More...

‘Speaking of Women’s Health’ seminar Oct. 8-9

On Friday and Saturday, Oct. 8-9, Wal-Mart Supercenter in Jackson will be sponsoring a community event titled, More...

Clarke County Branch of NAACP to meet Oct. 10

The regular meeting of the Clarke County Branch-NAACP is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 10, 5 p.m. at 261 Carter Dr., Grove Hill. More...