April 7, 2005 RSS feed / News

38th reunion group has good time

Linda Vice of Thomasville was among spectators drafted to take part in a Virginia Reel at a campfire supper of descendants of the Confederate Army More...

Dialysis provider hosts national open house event in Jackson

Fresenius Medical Care is proud to invite the community at large to experience UltraCare More...

AseraCare Hospice offers living with grief teleconference

AseraCare Hospice of Jackson and the Hospice Foundation of America, will present a teleconference on April 20 entitled, "Living With Grief: Ethical Dilemmas At The End of Life." More...

Jackson COC to sponsor Spring Clean-up

The Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring its annual Spring Clean-Up. More...

Flags donated to park

Becky Chastain (left) recently presented St. Stephens Historical Park with American and Alabama flags on behalf of Woodmen of the World. Accepting the flags was Jim Long, St. Stephens Historical Commission director. More...

Clarke Records

Marriage license applications Patrick Ryan Rush, to Heather Michelle Bailey; Charles L. Smith, to A. Renee Scarbrough; Leo Lewis Hurst, to Bettye Sue Dale; Andre Lamont Ray, to Nacol Smith. More...

Kindgom Builders make repairs

The Clarke County Kingdom Builders recently made repairs to the porch, door and roof of Matilda Abston More...

Special events planned for Spring Jubilee

Special to The South Alabamian The annual Spring Jubilee, sponsored by the Clarke County Association for Retarded Citizens (CCARC) is planned for April 16 on the center More...

Spring Fun Day raises money for Relay For Life

Special to The South Alabamian Clarke-Mobile Gas held its first Spring Fun Day on Saturday April 2. More...

Commissioner Rhone supports disaster bills

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Catches mess of fish

Thomas Bazor caught this mess of bass and catfish at the St. Stephens Park lake March 28. The park recently reopened to the public for the spring and summer season. More...

Newest MPD officer completes training

McIntosh Police Chief Mike Barnett recently announced that the department More...

Tag fee bill for Clarke Co. passes

District 65 Representative Nick Williams casts lone

The local bill to increase Clarke County tag fees by $25 to benefit economic development passed the Alabama House of Representatives Tuesday. More...

Newspaper owner found dead in home

James A. Specht, owner of the Washington County News More...

Jackson Police Report

The following activities were reported by the Jackson Police Department for the week ending April 2: More...

Donates DVD series

Ethan Muse (right), pastor of the Jackson Seventh Day Adventist Church recently donated a DVD series titled "Experience the Power" on behalf of the church to White Smith Memorial Library. More...

Meet with Sen. Shelby

City Councilmen Eldridge Jackson (left) and Anthony Jackson (right) had the opportunity to meet and have breakfast with U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) (center) in Washington D.C. during the National League of Cities Conference March 11-15. More...

Four arrested in Clarke sting operation

Four people were arrested in a sting operation conducted by the Clarke County Sheriff More...

Coffeeville ACA asked for town council’s support

Special to The South Alabamian Members of the Coffeeville Area Community Association asked for the support of the Coffeeville Town Council in its endeavors to make improvements to the town. More...

Cost of park project in Grove Hill has doubled

Special to The South Alabamian Grove Hill Town Council members heard an update on the park project during Monday night More...

Foxes and coyotes killed

Bob Alday recently killed several foxes and coyotes on his Washington County farm. He said they were hunting and threatening his livestock. More...

Mysterious turkey deaths

These two gobblers were killed the first day of turkey season. Top photo: Randall Brad-ford displays a large gobbler. Bottom photo: Ricky Milstead shows off the bird he killed. More...