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Church

OBITUARIES

Lathan Funeral Home, Inc.

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

MLB pitcher to speak Sunday at First Baptist Church of Leroy

Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher, Michael Bumstead, who plays for the San Diego Padres, will be the special guest speaker for the First Baptist Church of Leroy More...

‘Old Ship of Zion’ program set for Feb. 20 at Old St. Matthew

Old St. Matthew Baptist Church in the Lily Valley community in Choctaw Bluff will be hosting its annual 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

Sen. Kennedy is not in touch with reality

SA Editor Ed itor More...

Letter to the Editor

Is coalition run by Christians or by Republican Christians?

Dear Editor, I appreciate your paper and the other papers that did a good job in presenting the facts of the recent Special Election. More...

Williams’ election to Dist. 65 seat is small step toward GOP majority

Syndicated Columnist Alabama Scene As recent as last week I made mention that some leaders of the Alabama Republican Party were hopeful the GOP could win a majority of the seats in the Legislature in the 2006 election. More...

People

Fryer - Ball united in marriage Jan. 29

Susanne Marie Ball and Reginald Jamel Fryer were married Jan. 29, 2005, at Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Lexington, S.C. More...

Black History books on display at WSM Library

In honor of Black History Month in February, White Smith Memorial Library will display books by African-American authors that they have available. Patrons are invited to stop by. More...

Johnson - Long to wed April 2 at Pine Grove United Methodist Church

Mr. and Mrs. David Michael Johnson of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Elizabeth, to James Rawls Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wilbur Long Jr. of St. Stephens. More...

Burglars hit Grove Hill businesses

Burglars hit four Grove Hill businesses sometime Monday night or Tuesday morning but they did considerably more damage than the money they stole. More...

Back home: Soldier gives account of serving in war

Sgt. Winston Waite, like many soldiers who returned home to Washington and Clarke counties last week, is glad to be back on American soil. More...

News

711th returns home to family and friends

Members of the Alabama National Guard More...

Photo

Dad was supposed to be standing at attention, but couldn More...

Annual auction to benefit WashCo Library is Feb. 18

Don More...

Education

Students named to LHS honor roll

First Grade All A More...

HealthActions sponsors food drive for families in need; more than 5,000 items are collected

Every year, Health Actions in Jackson sponsors a food drive during the holidays to collect food items for families in need. More...

March 1 deadline for Jackson Rotary Scholarship

Applications are being accepted for the Jackson Rotary Scholarship program covering the 2003-2004 school year. More...

Sports

JA JV Lady Eagles end season with 14-5 record

Special to The South Alabamian The Jackson Academy Junior Varsity Lady Eagles ended a successful season with a 14-5 record and had a good showing at the AISA 2-A State Tournament at Wilcox Academy in Camden, Jan. 22. More...

Alabama’s nongame wildlife needs your help

More than 900 species of wildlife in Alabama are classified as More...

Kills first deer

Kristian Thomas, 10, of Jackson recently killed his first deer, a spike, with a .243 rifle, while hunting with his dad, Dale Thomas, also of Jackson. More...