November 11, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

WashCo voters say no to local gas tax referendum

Washington County Probate Judge John H. Armstrong, who also serves as chairman of the county commission, was not too distraught about the resounding More...

Veterans Day program today in Jackson

A Veterans Day program will be conducted at the war memorial adjacent to Jackson City Hall, today (Thursday) at 11 a.m. Special tribute will be made to all veterans. More...

Special Sections

Church

OBITUARIES

Bertie Mae Moseley

Bertie Mae Moseley, 71, died Nov. 2, 2004 at her residence in Jackson. She was a member of Peniel Baptist Church and a retired seamstress at Vanity Fair Mills. More...

Shannon Moses called to pastor at Peniel Baptist

Shannon Moses has recently been called to pastor at Peniel Baptist Church in Jackson. More...

Rockbar Baptist Church anniversary planned Nov. 21

Rockbar Baptist Church in Coffeeville will be celebrating their annual church anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 21 at 1 p.m. More...

Education

Washington County gifted students participate in survival camp

Washington County gifted students and their teacher, Tammy Dickey, recently experienced a very valuable and challenging lesson in survival. More...

Students at Leroy High School tapped with honors

First Grade All A More...

Friday last day to order JA Christmas fruit sale

Friday, Nov. 12 is the last day to place your order for the annual Christmas fruit sale sponsored by the Jackson Academy Athletic Association. More...

Sports

Dawgs win county shootout between Millry and Chatom

The Washington County Bulldogs pulled out a 27-26 victory last week over the Millry Wildcats. More...

There’s a lot of good sports stories to talk about this week

Well, this week there were so many good sport stories that I couldn More...

Aggies fall to Citronelle in season finale

The Jackson Aggies could not overcome three turnovers early in a 40-14 loss to the Citronelle Wildcats. More...

WashCo juries find murder suspects guilty

Two Washington County men were found guilty, Nov. 3, in separate murder trials, which each lasted two days. More...

Operation Christmas: 25 years of giving

What started as an idea among three Jackson police officers 25 years ago, known as Operation Christmas, has become a tradition of giving to children less fortunate. More...

Open house for new recreation center

Members of the Jackson City Council were among those who attended an open house for the new Jackson Recreation Center located at the Jackson Municipal Pool on Highway 177. More...

FEMA deadline extended

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security More...

News

JHS football players read to students

Jackson Intermediate School and the Jackson High School Aggie Football Team have teamed up for a reading program "Aggie Reading Buddies." Twenty-three members of the Aggies have been paired with 23 homerooms at JIS, grades 3-5. More...

Crack cocaine found in Grove Hill residence

Grove Hill Police Department and Task Force One agents executed a search warrant at the home of Jesse Lee Roper on Morris Street in Grove Hill Nov. 4. More...

Clarke Commissioners take the oath of office

Two returning Clarke County Commissioners and a new member of the governing body were sworn in by Probate Judge Becky Presnall prior to Tuesday More...

Coming Events

Diabetes management

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

Editorials

A letter from an Army chaplain serving in Iraq

Dear Editor, I realize this may be lengthy, but I received this e-mail as a member of the 711th Signal Battalion Family Support Group and believe this is More...

Jury still out on how much clout Moore has in Alabama politics

Now that the dust has settled from a truly historic election, allow me to pick up a few pieces. More...

109th Congress promises new challenges

With only a few weeks remaining until the end of 2004, the House of Representatives has already begun considering what work is on the horizon for the 109th Congress. More...

People

Nixon - Cartee to exchange wedding vows Dec. 11

Dr. and Mrs. John Nixon of Northport announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Julia Alison, to Jared Hardy Cartee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cartee of Leroy. More...

Stanley - Cochran to be united in marriage Dec. 18

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alexander Stanley Jr. of Birmingham announce the engagement of their daughter, Katie Britton, to Michael Andrew Cochran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lee Cochran of Birmingham. More...

Woman’s Club dinner Nov. 18

The Woman More...