October 28, 2004 RSS feed / News

Angie Johnson dies at her home in Bassetts Creek

Family members and friends were shocked at the death of a woman living in the Bassetts Creek community. More...

Sample Ballot for Clarke County

This is a common ballot, however, come offices will appear only in certain precincts which will apply to your districts More...

Many issues and candidates to be decided Nov. 2

By Jim Cox SA Publisher From President of the United States, to Clarke County school tax renewals, a variety of candidates and issues awaits voters on Tuesday More...

Coaches’ supplement approved by WashCo BOE, bids invited on bleachers

The Washington County Board of Education hired new personnel, approved an increase in the coaches More...

Rhondel Rhone elected second vice president for statewide association

Clarke County Commissioner Rhondel Rhone has been elected second vice president of the statewide association that represents Alabama More...

JHS invites everyone to Homecoming 2004

On behalf of the entire student body at Jackson High School, the senior class invites everyone to come out and support the Aggies for Homecoming 2004, this Friday night at 7 p.m. at Legion Field. More...

$53,373 award given to improve highway safety

Gov. Bob Riley has awarded a $53,373 grant to the Alabama Tombigbee Regional Commis-sion to strengthen and expand traffic safety programs in six counties. More...

JHS looked at as good reason to renew tax

Clarke County school officials and other supporters of renewing existing property taxes earmarked for public education point to Jackson High School as one of the reasons to support the tax. More...

Criminal jury term begins in Clarke County

The criminal jury term of Clarke County Circuit Court began this week. Cases on the dockets were either settled or continued Monday and Tuesday. More...

Nov. 1 Washington County court docket released

The following cases appear on the upcoming Washington County court docket: 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...

Weaver seeks BOE District 2 seat

Kesler Weaver Sr. will run for the Democratic Party candidate for the Washington County School Board, District 2. More...

WWII 322nd Medical Battalion gathers in Mobile for reunion

Members of the 322nd Medical Battalion of the 97th Infantry Division who served the U.S. during World War II recently held a reunion in Mobile. More...

Washington County Sheriff’s Report

The Washington County Sheriff More...

STATE OF ALABAMA LEGAL NOTICES

STATE OF ALABAMA PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR More...

Jackson Police Report

The following incidents were reported by the Jackson Police Department for the week ending Oct. 23. More...

JPD officers complete special training courses

Several Jackson police officers recently completed courses to help them provide better protection services for citizens. More...

$350,000 provides low-cost sewage system in Fulton

A $350,000 grant awarded by Gov. Bob Riley will enable the town of Fulton to build an innovative low-cost, low-maintenance sewage treatment system in a neighborhood where raw sewage at times runs rampant in yards and streets. More...

Task Force One arrests men who used pit bulls to torture cat

Two Clarke County men were arrested following search warrants executed by Task Force One agents last week. More...

No winners in timber industry following Ivan

By Jim Cox SA Publisher The executive director of the Alabama Forestry Association was blunt in his assessment of Hurricane Ivan More...

Cases heard in Washington County court Oct. 13

The following actions were taken in Judge Harold Crow More...