September 8, 2005 RSS feed / News

Jackson Police Report

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

Jackson City Hall serves as collection site for storm victims

What started as a small effort to help victims of Hurricane Katrina temporarily residing in the Jackson area, quickly grew into a major undertaking thanks to the generosity of area residents. More...

M. Wayne Stanton exhibit on display until October

The Monroe County Heritage Museums in Monroeville has numerous photographs on display in the Sybil Smith Exhibit Hall by famous photographer, M. Wayne Staton. More...

Contractor learns dangers of transporting gasoline

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Ground broken for new L-P mill

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Evacuees urged to register with local EMA office

All evacuees who are sheltering with friends and family in the county need to call the Clarke County EMA office to register. The number is 251-275-8775. The office is providing information, supplies, and assistance. More...

Alabama helps evacuees file for unemployment compensation

The Alabama Department of Industrial Relations is lending a hand to help hurricane victims from Louisiana and Mississippi file for unemployment compensation benefits. More...

Revival continues at Goodwill Missionary

Goodwill Missionary Baptist Church in Silas revival will continue through Friday at 7 p.m More...

‘Wild West Kid’s Crusade’ set for Sept. 12-14 at First Assembly of God

The First Assembly of God Church in Jackson will be hosting the More...

New Canaan Baptist revival continues

The revival at New Canaan Baptist Church in Choctaw Bluff will continue through Friday at 7 p.m. More...

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 may become permanent home for some

When Karen Pierre and her husband, Oather, left their home in Plaquemines Parish, La., to flee Hurricane Katrina, she never imagined that she would not be returning. More...

Jackson PD investigates shooting at Royal Inn

A shooting incident at a local motel, in the early morning hours last Thursday, is currently being investigated by the Jackson Police Department. More...

Mississippi Pecan Festival slated for Sept. 24-25

The 19th annual Mississippi Pecan Festival will be held Sept. 24-25. More...

Area Hurricane Relief Drives and Announcements

Clarke County EMA Hurricane Katrina Update Hurricane Katrina More...

Money raised for Katrina victims

As part of a campaign known as More...

FUMC serves as shelter

Randy Reese SA Reporter With their kitty named Cat by their side, the Martischang family of Gulfport, Miss. weathered the week following Hurricane Katrina in Jackson and they say they will never forget the town More...

Emergency information for Hurricane Katrina victims

Many residents of the Gulf Coast are being relocated to surrounding states in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. More...

Fulton VFD sponsoring gospel singing Oct. 1

The Fulton Volunteer Fire Department will be sponsoring its annual fall gospel singing on Saturday, Oct. 1 in downtown Fulton from 4:30 p.m. until. More...

Wayman Chapel hosting ‘Pastor Appreciation Day’ Sept. 18

Everyone is invited to More...

Homecoming and revival services scheduled Sept.18-23 at Mt. Olive No. 1

Mt. Olive No. 1 Baptist Church in Rockville will be hosting its homecoming and revival Sept. 18-23. More...

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We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for the food, flowers, visits, calls, cards and especially the prayers while Tim was in the hospital. We cannot thank you enough for encouraging us during this difficult time. More...