June 30, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Woman killed on Byrd Jackson Road

A Clarke County woman was killed in a single vehicle accident around noon Tuesday. More...

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Church

Area Obituaries

Grimes

Florence Anaise Bernice Grimes, 84, died June 22, 2005 in Laurel, Miss. in a local hospital. She was a native of St. Martinsville, La. and a resident of Millry. More...

Directory of Area Churches

ASSEMBLY OF GOD First Assembly of God Coffeeville Road More...

Humor: A faux pas is simply a mistake in a tuxedo

Spiritual Beliefs

Guest Column Everyone who is anybody has a hobby or at least entertains the idea. Hobbies range from sports to crafts to reading and even traveling. Some hobbies don%27t make sense to me like collecting dead insects. More...

Editorials

Being a “firecracker baby” means everyone celebrates with you

Southern Comfort

SA Reporter As Independence Day nears, I am sure all of us take a different approach in the way we celebrate our nation More...

South Alabamian Readers Write Shameful that Jr. Miss can’t get sponsors

Dear Editor, My daughter, Jeanetta Hall, was a contestant in this year More...

Just blame it on the ‘Dog Days of Summer’

Alabama Scene

Syndicated Columnist Blame it on the Dog Days of summer, or maybe it is because I have just had cataract surgery on my right eye and a similar procedure is upcoming on my left eye, but I have no inclination to write about when the special se More...

People

Bradley tribute set for July 9 at family home

Family and friends of the late Robert L. Bradley Jr. are invited to attend a tribute in his honor on Saturday, July 9, 6 p.m. at the Bradley home. More...

Motocross brings Chatom family closer together

The humming sounds of motorcycles and four-wheelers caused a sensory overload as the red dust filled the air about half a mile off Highway 56 outside Chatom recently as boys ages 7 through 14 circled the course created by Chris Bumpers for his two so More...

A legend is honored

Her house is located down a narrow winding dirt path off Walker Springs Road. The aroma from the house smells of a home-cooked meal being prepared. More...

Law enforcement stresses highway safety for July 4th

With the roads and waterways in the area expected to be chock-full of Fourth of July travelers this weekend, county and city law enforcement personnel say they will be out in strength for the upcoming three-day weekend. More...

County may have to revamp its construction plans

The addition for the Clarke County Courthouse is on hold until county commissioners, judges and architects can find a way to build and furnish the needed courtrooms for the $3.175 million appropriated for the job. More...

News

Gainestown man seriously injured in Sunday shooting

A early morning shooting, Sunday, in the parking lot of the Harper Development Center, located on Alabama 177, left a Gainestown man seriously injured. More...

Burglar leads police to stolen TV

Stanley Johnson, age 50 of Jackson, has been arrested and charged with third degree burglary following the report of a residential burglary in the 100 block of Miller. More...

Thomasville teen arrested for possession of crack cocaine

A Thomasville teenager is in custody after drugs were found in his possession by local drug task force agents. 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...

‘Plaza Suite’ to be presented July 8-11 Thomasville Elementary School

Neil Simon More...

Education

ASCC announces area industry scholarship recipients

Dr. John A. Johnson, president, Alabama Southern Community College recently announced the scholarship recipients for the Alabama Southern Industry Alliance for a Technologically Advanced Workforce. More...

Kari Strickland earns degrees from Auburn University

Kari Leigh Strickland of Jackson graduated May 13, 2005 from Auburn University with dual degrees, a bachelor of science in biomedical sciences and a bachelor of arts in psychology. More...

2005 Pact enrollment period opens, buy early

In an effort to encourage Alabama parents and grandparents to save for future college expenses, State Treasurer Kay Ivey announced to extend the enrollment period for the Prepaid Affordable College Tuition (PACT) Program. More...

Sports

Jackson 9 & 10-year-olds win first two rounds in district play

Special to The South Alabamian The Jackson 9 & 10-Year-Olds swept the first two games of the Little League District playoffs at North Jackson Park this past weekend. More...

JHS faces off with Andalusia

Jackson High School first baseman Mitch Beverly (No. 8) took the throw from an Aggie pitcher last week in an exhibition doubleheader a-gainst Andalusia at the JHS field. More...