June 16, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Joe Mathews on waiting lists for new kidney

Joe Mathews (seated) is administered a dialysis treatment while his wife, Jean checks the fluid bag. (SA photo by Evan Carden) More...

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Church

Area Obituaries

Carpenter Pearlie M. Carpenter, a native of Kentucky, died June 8, 2005 at Washington County Infirmary in Chatom at the age of 89. More...

Old St. Matthew Baptist Church observing Father’s Day Sunday

Old St. Matthew Baptist Church in the Lily Valley community of Choctaw Bluff will be observing Father More...

Grove Hill United Methodist announces upcoming events

The Grove Hill United Methodist Church will be hosting Vacation Bible School June 27-29. More...

Sports

2005 Little League All-Stars and top teams

9-Year-Old All-Stars

The 2005 9-Year-Old All-Stars (in no particular order) are Braxton Wallace, Nathan Hawk, Keith Nichols, Daniel Dees, Drake Stringer, Jacob Sullivan, Chris Taylor, Chase Gunter, Austin Pugh, Jacob Crawford, Will Nugent and Kemon Young. More...

Local racer wins state motocross championship

Stephen Bumpers, 9, a fourth grader at Chatom Elementary School, recently took the top spot in his age division, in the 2005 Alabama Spring Series Moto-cross Championship. More...

Dixie League Results

Red Sox hits were provided by Josh Kimbell, Austin Matheson, Will Stevens, Zack Flowers and Aerik Davis. Flowers was on the mound with six strikeouts. More...

Alcohol licenses approved by council

The Jackson City Council approved license applications for the sale of alcoholic beverages at nine of the city More...

Supt. Savage hopes to improve McIntosh H.S.

As McIntosh High School enters its third year in the public school choice program, Washington County Superintendent Tim Savage hopes the exodus has ended and better days are ahead. More...

New LP plant paperwork filed

Clarke County officials executed final paperwork for the new Louisiana-Pacific Corp. mill Tuesday. More...

Reese joins

The South Alabamian staff

A new writer has joined the editorial staff of The South Alabamian More...

News

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...

Annual Drinking Water Quality Report 2004 for the following Water Systems:

Jackson Water Department 2751 Commerce Street Jackson, AL 36545 Old Line Water Authority 114 C East Cedar Street Jackson, AL 36545 McVay Water System, Inc. 480 Saltworks Road Jackson, AL 36545 Salitpa Water System, Inc. P.O. Box 886 Jackson, AL 36545 Ol

We are pleased to present to you this year More...

Catching bass on riprap

Underwater Tactics

With Ken Cook Go out to any lake or reservoir in the United States and I%27m sure you will encounter riprap. More...

Editorials

Sweet tea, fried catfish welcome me back to the south

SA Reporter So uthern Comfort It More...

The additon of new jobs and businesses can never be bad

We are turning a new page here in Clarke County, with the addition of the new Louisiana-Pacific plant an almost done deal and the passage of the alcohol sales legislation by voters in Jackson. More...

Alabama Scene ’06 campaign underway for Alabama politicians

Syndicated Columnist June 6. 1944 was D-Day on the beaches of Normandy and purely by coincidence June 6, 2005 was D-Day (as in More...

People

Sondia Christian named Alabama Southern women’s basketball head coach

Sondia Christian has been named the women More...

Area childhood friends’ grandchildren graduate from same school in Tennessee

Garrett Camp Walker and Amanda Elizabeth Maher, both of Brentwood, Tenn., have something in common. More...

Miss Pace and Mr. Arnott feted at several parties

Heather Pace, bride-elect of Travis Arnott were recently feted at several More...