September 8, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

711th deployed to aid areas hit by storm

As Sgt. Charles Hicks oversaw the issuance of M-16s to members of the 711th Signal Battalion More...

Special Sections

Church

Area Obituaries

Hall

Geneva B. Hall, a native and resident of Chatom, died Sept. 1, 2005 at a local hospital at the age of 88. More...

Crossroads Church of God postpones fund-raiser

The fund-raiser at Crossroads Church of God in Tibbie has been postponed until a later date due Hurricane Katrina. More...

Directory of Area Churches

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

Editorials

Finger pointing in Katrina’s aftermath is getting old

Editor

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Nation must come together in the wake of Hurricane Katrina

Senate Report

Five days ago, Hurricane Katrina swept through the Gulf Coast of the United States leaving in her wake a path of great devastation and destruction. More...

Labor Day holiday brings to mind old memories of Alabama politics

Alabama Scene

There are certain stories from the political past which are forever engraved in my mind, and this Labor Day holiday brings to mind one of my favorites. More...

People

Reynolds - Mathis will exchange vows Sept. 24

Mr. and Mrs. K.D. Reynolds of Chatom announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Amber Elizabeth, to Donny Ray Mathis II, son of Dr. and Mrs. Don R. Mathis of Bowling Green, Ky. More...

Robinson - Jackson will be united in marriage Saturday

Dianna Robinson and Nathaniel Jackson Sr., both of Gainestown, will be united in marriage on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2005 at Rocky Mountain Baptist Church in Barlow Bend. More...

Woman’s Club officers announced

The Woman More...

Clarke EMA director fired

The growing tension between the Clarke County Emergency Management Agency office and county officials and area mayors came to a head last week with the firing of EMA Director Clay Larrimore. More...

JPD pulls extra duty to deal with gas shortage

Jackson Police Chief Charles Burge said, Tuesday, he was glad to see the lines at local gas stations disappear. More...

News

Clarke County deeds and marriage licenses published

Marriage license applications David Lee Gray, to Barbara Ann Washington; Mack Arthur Wright Jr., to Rhonda Yvonne Shears; Marco Demetrius Ferguson, to Shalether Letice Lofton; Patrick Michael J. More...

Jacksonian lost in Biloxi returns home

Randy Reese SA Reporter Angela Scott is back home in Jackson after a harrowing experience with Hurricane Katrina in Biloxi, Miss., but all of her belongings were washed away by the storm. More...

Jackson Police Report

The following activities were reported for the week ending Sept. 3. 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...

Education

Join JMS faculty

Six new members have joined the faculty and staff of Jackson Middle School. They are, front row (L-R) Debra Harvell (child nutritionist), Cindy Phillips (girl More...

Chance receives master’s degree from Troy University

On Aug. 5, 2005, Beverly Bumpers Chance received her master of science degree in education from Troy University. More...

Head Start centers to open Sept. 12

The Community Action Agency of Clarke, Baldwin, Escambia, Monroe and Conecuh counties will open their Head Start centers on Monday, Sept. 12. More...

Sports

Aggies can’t hold out against Tigers

Jackson High School’s Lequarios Thames (No. 2) tries to power past Thomasville’s defensive line in an attempt to pick up some much needed yardage for the Aggies. More...

WashCo games rescheduled due to Katrina

Randy Reese SA Reporter In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, football teams in Washington County seem to finally be piecing together their schedule after games were postponed last week. More...

Football Contest Winners

Winners of last week

Winners of last week’sSouth Alabamian football contest are: First place - James M. Lankford of Wagarville Second place - Shane Grayson of Wagarville More...