November 18, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Ceremony honors veterans’ service

Rainy weather did little to halt last Thursday More...

Special Sections

Church

OBITUARIES

Obituaries from other mortuaries Jessie Richardson More...

Cindy Still to speak at FBC meeting Nov. 29

Cindy Still of Bay Minette will be the guest speaker at the Women More...

Harriette Douglas to host ‘Mid-week Worship and Praise’

Beginning on Wednesdays from 7-9 p.m., Harriette Douglas will be hosting More...

Education

Jackson Academy celebrates American Education Week Nov. 14-20

Jackson Academy students are celebrating More...

Best teachers named to Who’s Who by students

A select group of America More...

Area students included in Who’s Who sports edition

Coaches, teachers and sports organizations recently nominated area students to the Who More...

Sports

Second Front

JHS cheerleaders take top spot at annual competition

The 2004 Coca-Cola Cheerleader Competition was held Thursday, Nov. 4 at the Jackson High School gymnasium, with the Aggie Varsity Cheerleaders chosen Overall Grand Champs. More...

Damage from Ivan could decrease property taxes

Gov. Bob Riley recently announced that property owners throughout the state whose property was damaged from Hurricane Ivan could get some relief on the amount of property tax they owe next year. More...

Local cheerleaders show their spirit

The Jackson Academy JV cheerleaders did well in several categories. More...

Lathan’s vie for vacant House seat challenged

MONTGOMERY More...

Pioneer heritage celebrated Saturday in Grove Hill, giving a peek into the past

The area More...

News

Local People First chapter learns about proposed bylaws

Local members of the self-advocacy group People First were informed about the proposed new bylaws by the organization More...

United Way reaches 90 percent of goal

The Clarke County United Way campaign for 2004 has reached about 90 percent of its $140,000 goal, said Campaign Chairperson Julia Ann Deas. More...

Grove Hill FEMA office to close

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Small Business Administration (SBA) will be closing their disaster assistance offices in the National Guard Armory in Grove Hill Friday, Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. More...

Coming Events

Coming Events

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

Coming Events

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

Editorials

The season of giving is upon us once again

It seems almost like yesterday that we were getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving and Christmas, yet here it is upon us again. More...

The BCS wants to ruin Christmas for everybody

I really thought that the Bowl Championship Series was a good idea when it initially emerged as the score settler for the NCAA football champ. More...

Democrats want to give Pitt the boot after resounding defeat

It was what might be called a knee-jerk reaction. On Nov. 2 there were five statewide races which pitted Democrats against Republicans More...

People

Melton - Pace united in marriage Oct. 9

Jessica Pace of Mobile, formerly of Hawthorne, and Rocky Melton of Daphne, were united in marriage on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2004. More...

McLendon - Newton to be wed Nov. 26

Mr. and Mrs. Gerry McLendon of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter Heather Nacole McLendon, to Jeremy Keith Newton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Newton, of Grove Hill. More...

Johnston - York honored with cookout Nov. 13

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Skipper More...