October 28, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Williams to seek House 65 seat as Republican

Nick Williams will run as the Republican candidate for the House of Representatives, District 65. More...

Fair is next week

The Clarke-Washington Counties Fair sponsored by the Jackson Rotary Club will be held Nov. 2.-Nov. 6 at the Clarke-Washington Fairground located behind Jackson Steakhouse on Highway 43. More...

Special Sections

Coming Events

Coming Events

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

Education

Local students named to honor roll at JA

Honor roll students at Jackson Academy were recently announced for the first nine weeks of the 2004-2005 school year. More...

JMS conducts Mr. and Miss school pageant

On Thursday, Sept. 30, Jackson Middle School hosted its Mr. and Miss Jackson Middle School pageant. The pageant was sponsored by the Jackson Middle School Cheerleaders with Mrs. More...

JMS announces first nine weeks honors

Jackson Middle School announced recently the students named to the first nine weeks honor roll. More...

Sports

Gators bite too much for Eagles to handle

The South Alabamian The Clarke Prep ground game was too much for Jackson Academy as the Gators ran through the Eagles 48-13 last Friday night in Grove Hill. More...

Thoughts about the past week in sports

Jabber on Sports

I will give everyone a break this week and not talk about the Red Sox...yeah right. More...

Wildcats hold off Panthers for Region 1 championship

Millry erased any doubts whether they are the top team in Class 1A, Region 1 for the moment by beating Coffeeville 40-0. More...

CCDF celebrates first anniversary

The Clarke County Develop-ment Foundation (CCDF) marked its first year with a celebration in downtown Thomas-ville last Thursday night. More...

Your voice:


The South Alabamian sent a man on the street to ask citizens of Washington and Clarke counties what they thought was the most important issue in the upcoming presidential election. More...

Jackson Fall festival is Nov. 6

Each year the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce attracts thousands of people to the streets of Jackson for the Fall Festival. More...

News

Alabama power gives Jackson City Council report on hurricane recovery

Local Alabama Power representatives Judy Graham and James Wheeler gave a report to the Jackson City Council Tuesday, explaining the company More...

JPD to participate in Halloween Candy Hotline

Trick-or-treat will be Saturday night from 5-9 p.m. in Jackson

The Jackson Police Department will participate in the Halloween Candy Hotline program, during and after trick-or-treat in Jackson from 5-9 p.m. this Saturday, Oct. 30. More...

Major debris cleanup to begin in county

The South Alabamian Clarke County Engineer Sam Noble reported to county commissioners Monday that major collection of storm debris should begin Tuesday and at that point there were two designated disposal sites, one in the Allen area and the othe More...

Editorials

Ghostly experience creeps into my mind every Halloween

With Halloween close by, I decided it would be appropriate to lighten things up a bit with a true account of something that occurred in my past, more than 20 years ago. More...

As voters and good citizens we have an obligation to our children’s education

Every 25 years voters are asked to renew the ad valorem (property) tax that provides for our public school systems to participate in the states Education Foundation, which in turn funds many important programs and services in our schools. More...

Charles Woods altered state’s political history in 1970 election

The news stories on the death of Dothan businessman Charles Woods at age 83 described him as a More...