March 24, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Olin: Reports of high mercury levels inconsistent with government studies

Mobile Register that mercury levels in and around the south Washington County community were, in some cases, 1,000 times higher than normal. More...

Special Sections

Church

OBITUARIES

Lathan Funeral Home, Inc. FIRST IN PRE-NEED FUNERAL PLANS

Jackson - 246-2363 More...

Lighten up and laugh every chance you get

Psalm 2:4 More...

Peniel Baptist Church hosting sunrise service

Peniel Baptist Church will be hosting an Easter Sunday sunrise service at 6:30 a.m., on March 27. More...

Education

JMS students and teachers participate in ECDT Junior Step Show and Black History Program

On Feb. 19, students at Jackson Middle School and Jackson High School competed and performed in the Ezell More...

UM offers night classes for elementary education majors

The University of Mobile will hold an information session on Wednesday, March 30, at 10 a.m. at the Oakdale Education Center for those interested in learning about new night courses leading to a bachelor of science degree in elementary education. More...

Donald to be honored April 14 at University of Alabama

The Black Faculty and Staff Association at the University of Alabama (UA) in Tuscaloosa will be conducting an Honors Day celebration on April 14, 4 p.m. in the ballroom of the Ferguson Center. More...

Sports

Bears have week with no losses

The Leroy Bears had a good week of baseball going 3-0 for the week. More...

Aggies ranked 10th in state

Jackson High School More...

Stringer’s Grocery sweeps tournament

Special to The South Alabamian The Stringer More...

World War II Vet recalls flying European missions

With the passage of time, we are quickly losing our World War II veterans, so we must capture and record as many of their stories as possible. More...

Suspect shoots at T’ville police

A 17-year-old murder suspect turned himself in at the Clarke County Jail in Grove Hill Tuesday night without incident. More...

JMC welcomes new surgeon

There is a new face in the Jackson medical community and he brings skilled hands for those who may need specialized surgical procedures. More...

News

Voices ring out in support of tag fee at public hearings

A significant majority of people who spoke at hearings in Jackson and Grove Hill say they favor a $25 tag fee to benefit economic development, including the acquisition of an industrial park where Louisiana-Pacific Corp. will build a mill. More...

Agents raid whiskey still in Bashi on St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick More...

Millry H.S. places first in district and state land judging contests

Millry High School 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

CCA voter guides are documented facts, not interpretations CCA say

The Alabama Legislature and the U.S. Congress failed to pass a constitutional amendment protecting the sanctity of marriage in 2004. More...

Spring breakers as well as other motorists are urged to be careful

The spring break season is upon us and it More...

Not surprising to see ‘Riley 2006’ bumper stickers begin to show up

Syndicated Columnist Alabama Scene First it was the "We Luv Lucy" bumper stickers which showed up a few months ago, now comes the more subdued "Riley 2006" bumper stickers. More...

People

Bay Area Earth Day scheduled for April 17

The Bay Area Earth Day is planned for Sunday, April 17 from 12-5 p.m. at the Fairhope Pier. More...

Purchase tickets now for Two Rivers Bluegrass Festival April 5-9

Greene County, Miss. will be hosting a five-day bluegrass festival April 5-9 in Leakesville, Miss. More...

Author Rick Bragg leads impressive line-up for 2nd Folklife Festival

Pulitzer Prize-winning author and native Alabamian Rick Bragg is among the special guests slated for appearance during the second annual Sucarnochee Folklife Festival in Livingston April 19-23 according to an announcement by the University of West Al More...