December 2, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

JPD helping local parents stop pedophiles

The Jackson Police Department is doing its part to help parents be more aware of what their children are doing online. More...

Special Sections

Church

OBITUARIES

Thomas Arthur Gates

Thomas Arthur Gates, 86, died Nov. 27, 2004 at his residence in Dickinson. He was a native of Scyrene and a retired welder for Bender More...

What is an ambassador?

II Cor. 5:20 (LIV) More...

St. Paul’s Choral Society presenting ‘Messiah’ Dec. 7

St. Paul More...

Editorials

Dead hog and slashed tire are sure signs of cowards

SA Editor Ed itor More...

South Alabamian Readers Write ‘No one with a pulse works here!’

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Study reveals some fascinating facts about state of Alabama

Syndicated Columnist Al abama Scene The long holiday weekend has put politics on the back burner. Did I hear some of you say that is another reason to be thankful? More...

People

Economics of obesity, getting children to eat fruit and veggies focus of two UAB studies

A study under way by researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) aims to identify factors that my prevent parents from buying and preparing fruits and vegetables for their children. More...

Walker - Dunnam to be united in marriage Dec. 18

Marsha Noble Walker of Jackson and David Allan Walker of Prattville, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Kimberly Joy, to Terry Matthew Dunnam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Terry Dunnam of Sweet Water. More...

Cards of Thanks

Even though our hearts are broken again, we know God More...

Local teen charged with animal cruelty

A Jackson teenager has been arrested after he allegedly shot and killed a cat with a pellet gun, Nov. 26. More...

Amendment 2 recount reveals slight differences

The differences were slight but evident in Clarke County More...

Three caught with meth

A routine traffic stop by a Washington County deputy, Nov. 28, ended with two Mobile County men and one Washington County man facing possession charges and time in the county jail. More...

Man jailed for shooting into auto

A Washington County man was arrested Monday evening for a shooting incident that occurred around 9 p.m., Nov. 28 on Pat Lane Circle in McIntosh. More...

Children’s Advocacy Center to host open house

Open house will be held at the Children More...

News

McIntosh fire chief is ‘Rescuer of the Year’

The South Alabamian The word "hero" has a certain resonance in American culture, usually conjuring up images of super-powers and incredible feats of might. More...

Two arrested for giving jailed friend cigarettes

Trying to make Thanksgiving a better holiday for an imprisoned friend landed two people in jail with him. More...

Donation made to JVFD

John Brown (left) and Jason Thomas (right) accept a $1,000 donation from Wal-Mart store manager, Kevin Delony (center). Wal-Mart donated the money for the Jackson Fire Department More...

Coming Events

Coming Events

JMC offers diabetes classes Diabetes classes are offered at Jackson Medical Center on Tuesday nights. Please call 251-246-9021 for class schedules. More...

Sports

Leroy’s Bears head for semi-finals

The Leroy Bears didn More...

28 years and counting for Leroy statisticians

When Mike Cartee and Bobby Farish started helping out the Leroy High School football team our nation was celebrating its 200th birthday, the great oil shortage hit and the More...

Rant and rave or rave and rant

Jabber on Sports

I really don More...