January 20, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Election for District 65 seat is Tuesday

The special election set to fill a vacancy in the Alabama House of Representatives, District 65, created by the death of Rep. Jeff Dolbare, D-Bigbee, in August, will take place Tuesday, Jan. 25. More...

Special Sections

Church

OBITUARIES

Lathan Funeral Home, Inc.

FIRST IN PRE-NEED FUNERAL PLANS Jackson - 246-2363 More...

The Lord’s world was violent too; the Holy One is involved

I think I am beginning to sound like old men I knew when I was younger. More...

St. Paul A.M.E. hosting ‘Tag Team Service’ Jan. 30

Everyone is invited to attend an old-fashioned More...

Education

Ebony Besteda tapped with honors at AUM

Ebony Shenese Besteda of Jackson was recently named to the Dean More...

Jackson graduates Faulkner University

Faulkner University, in Montgomery, announced its December 2004 graduating class. More...

JA students receive honors

Jackson Academy recently announced its December More...

Sports

Awards presented at Jackson and Leroy football banquets

Both Jackson and Leroy high schools conducted their annual football banquets this past week, presenting awards to their most outstanding players. More...

LHS MVPs receive awards

This year More...

Remembering the attack

Washington County

Walter Warren remembers the events of Dec. 7, 1941 as if they happened yesterday. More...

Voters asked to renew school tax

Clarke county voters will vote on the continuation of existing three mill district school taxes. More...

March honors Dr. King on his birthday

A large number of people turned out to honor the late civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the national observance of his birthday, Jan. 17. More...

News

Area churches get new steeples

Two area churches received new steeples during the first part of the week, one that had never had a steeple and the other being replaced due to damage from Hurricane Ivan. More...

Callier attends national conference

Alvin Callier, vice president of Alabama Coalition of Mental Health Consumers, Inc. a nonprofit statewide organization recently participated in the 19th annual Alternatives Conference. More...

WashCo deputies make drug arrests for meth and cocaine

Several people were charged with illegal drug possession during the past two weeks when search warrants were executed at two different residences. More...

Coming Events

Mark Your Calendar

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

Editorials

Politics is a dirty business, no matter how you look at it

SA Editor Ed itor More...

Get out and make a difference; vote in Tuesday’s election

Don More...

Joe Reed says Siegelman will run again if he’s breathing

Syndicated Columnist Al abama Scene Former Gov. Don Siegelman is going to wet his finger, hold it up in the air, and see which way the wind is blowing. The political wind, that is. More...

People

Coffeeville Area Community Association gives report on December’s meeting

The Coffeeville Area Community Association organizational meeting was conducted on Dec. 28 with Ron Groves presiding. More...

Bryan - Jordan to be united in marriage April 23

Kelia Fralick of Jackson and Tony Bryan of Gainestown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Tiffany Bryan, to Craig Jordan, son of Carla and George Jordan of Tibbie. More...

CCHS hosting Bay Area Strings Community Orchestra Jan. 27

The Bay Area Strings Community Orchestra of the Mobile Symphony will be performing Thursday, Jan. 27, 7 p.m. at Sage Auditorium at Clarke County High School in Grove Hill. More...