December 16, 2004 RSS feed / News

Donations numerous to Operation Christmas during 25th year

The spirit of Christmas and giving is not taking a holiday in Jackson this year, as many individuals, organizations and businesses have donated toys for the Jackson Police Department More...

Bank gives to annual effort

Merchants Bank recently donated money to purchase toys from Wal-Mart for the Jackson Police Department More...

State Farm presents teddy bears

Jake Brown (left) recently presented the Jackson Police Department More...

‘Christmas in the Pine City’ presented

Jackson More...

Local school board members advance in AASB’s School Board Member Academy

Fourteen current and former south Alabama school board members were among 221 board members statewide honored Dec. 4 for their achievements in the Alabama Association of School Boards%27 School Board Member Academy. More...

Miss Ludlow and Mr. Biehl say vows at Bragg-Mitchell Mansion

Jennifer Paige Ludlow and Jonathan Dane Biehl of Mobile were united in marriage at the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion in Mobile on Oct. 3, 2004. Dr. Frank McClosky of Stockton officiated. More...

Salvation Army bell rings in Jackson

The holiday season is here and the Salvation Army recently conducted its first local Bell Ringing Campaign, on Friday, Nov. 26 at the Wal-Mart Super Center in Jackson. The annual Bell Ringing Campaign is conducted in cities throughout the U.S. More...

Candlelight service to remember loved ones

The Jackson Memorial Fu-neral Home staff will host a candlelight service on Wednes-day, Dec. 22 in its chapel to remember loved ones in a special way, according to Tyrone Moye. More...

Request made for new camera system at JPD

The Jackson Police Depart-ment is in need of a new camera system used for monitoring the four jail cells located inside the station. More...

Enjoy Christmas program

Jackson Middle School Special Education students enjoyed a Christmas program presented at White Smith Memorial. They enjoyed stories, a puppet show, goodies and a special visit from Santa. More...

Drug arrests reported by Clarke County Sheriff’s Office

Several drug arrests were made over the past week in Clarke County. More...

Clarke Records

Marriage license applications Arthur James Jackson, to Susie Lee Evans; David Lee Dickinson, to Bessie Jemison; Jonathan Adam Young, to Stephanie Dawn Carrillo. More...

Kills 8-point buck

Jake Williams, 10, shot this 8-point buck recently while hunting with dad in Winn. He is the son of Gina and Darren Williams of Jack-son. More...

Clarke Co. United Way exceeds its 2004 goal

Despite the adversities caused by Hurricane Ivan, the Clarke County United Way met and exceeded its fund-raising goal for 2004, Campaign Chairman Julia Ann Deas reported last Friday. More...

Jackson Medical Center to sponsor holiday blood drive

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Miss Peggy’s Day Care donates toys

The children at Miss Peggy More...

Shirley’s Day Care gives to Operation Christmas

The children at Shirley More...

Local calling areas may be extended for Clarke

By Jim Cox SA Publisher A new long distance calling plan that should be available after the first of the year should help telephone customers calling between Grove Hill, Jackson, Coffeeville and other communities in the 251 area code of Clarke More...

Sweet Dreams and Operation Christmas

Top left photo: Children gave generously at the annual Sweet Dreams program at White Smith Memorial Library More...

Department of Conservation requests public to report bald eagle nestings

One of the greatest wildlife success stories in modern wildlife management is the restoration of nesting bald eagles to Alabama. More...

Music workshop and concert planned in Millry

The Washington County Children and Youth Mass Choir will sponsor a music workshop and concert on Dec. 27-31 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. each day More...

Alicia Morris scores first ‘Singing Top 80’ hit

Alicia Morris of Chatom scored her first Top 80 hit with her debut single, More...

Taylor awarded UWA scholarship

Dustin Edward Taylor of Malcolm has been awarded a Trustee Scholarship to attend the University of West Ala-bama, according to an an-nouncement by the UWA Office of Admissions. More...

Obituaries

Too late for church page

Eula V. Bradford Eula V. Bradford, 92, died Dec. 11, 2004 at home in the North Mobile Retirement Center following a lengthy illness. She was a former school cafeteria manager, and a member of the Liberty Baptist Church in Thomasville. More...

Jackson Police Report

The following statistics were reported by the Jackson Police Department for the week ending Dec. 11: More...

Check presented to GHMH at commission meeting

By Kathryn F. Pickard Special to The South Alabamian More...

WashCo Commission advises aid still available for repairs due to hurricane

The Washington County Commission voted Monday to transfer its general liability insurance coverage from Morris Insurance Services of Chatom to Meadowbrook, a company endorsed by Assn. of County Commissions of Alabama. More...

Thomasville mayor: new OSB plant good news for both town and county

Special to The South Alabamian Thomasville Mayor Sheldon Day was all smiles at Monday More...