November 17, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Jackson teen recovering from heart transplant

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Church

Area Obituaries

K night Ella Bee Wade Knight, 67, a native and resident of Grove Hill, died Nov. 12, 2005 in Grove Hill. She was an insurance clerk for Chalk Chiropractic Clinic in Grove Hill and a member of Magnolia Assembly of God Church. More...

Cards of Thanks

A warm thank you to the Coffeeville Town Council for the approval to purchase archery equipment for the newly generated program started this 2005-2006 school year. More...

Directory of Area Churches

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

Editorials

House passes legislation to protect property rights

Congressional Report

Last week the House passed the Private Property Rights Protection Act of 2005. This important legislation defends the vital private property rights of every American. More...

Alabama will become a house divided as state rivals take to the football field Legislative Report

Although Alabamians are known to be proud of all things Alabama, that will change this Saturday when we become a house divided. More...

Poll shows state evenly divided on whether Siegelman should run

Alabama Scene

Some fascinating and intriguing numbers came from a survey conducted last week by the Mobile Register and the University of South Alabama on whether Don Siegelman should be a candidate for governor in 2006. More...

People

Roberts - Allday united in marriage Nov. 4

Erica Allday and Matthew Cleveland Roberts were united in marriage on Friday, Nov. 4, 2005 at the Mobile County Courthouse. More...

Target and Salvation Army announce partnership

Target and the Salvation Army recently announced their partnership for an online wish list to provide essential items for those impacted by the recent hurricanes. More...

Jackson Street Missionary celebrating 67th anniversary

The Jackson Street Missionary Baptist Church will be celebrating its 67th church anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 2 p.m. More...

JHS’s Jenny Stevens first to sign with USA softball program

"She is one of the most competitive players I have ever coached in my years of coaching Little League baseball," said Jackson Police Chief Charles Burge. More...

Man robbed at gunpoint

The Jackson Police Department is investigating the report of an armed robbery, which occurred in the early morning hours of Saturday, Nov. 12 behind the Creeper More...

News

Jackson Police Report

The Jackson Police Depart-ment reported the following activities for the past week: More...

Clarke County deputies make huge drug bust

Almost 60 grams of cocaine confiscated

Clarke County Sheriff More...

Millry Area Veterans Memorial dedicated

The town of Millry took the time Nov. 11, Veterans Day, to honor area war veterans in a special way, by unveiling its new war memorial. The special ceremony was conducted by the Millry Improvement Association. More...

Coming Events

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Salvation Army seeks bell ringers

The Salvation Army is looking for volunteers from the Jackson area willing to donate at least one two-hour shift as a bell ringer during the Thanksgiving to Christ-mas season as part of the organization More...

Education

ACT seeks top teachers for summer program

ACT is looking for outstanding secondary school teachers to participate in a summer program designed to help develop and evaluate ACT More...

Shanita Smith inducted into Alpha Kappa Alpha at UWA

Shanita Smith of Jackson was recently inducted into the Mu Eta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Inc. sorority at the University of West Alabama in Livingston. More...

Heather Henderson new member of Sigma Alpha Lambda at UA

Heather Henderson of Jackson recently was recognized as a member of Sigma Alpha Lambda, a national leadership honors organization at the University of Alabama in Birmingham. More...

Sports

Bears continue trek with win over Calera

The Leroy Bears got off to a slow first half start last Friday night in Shelby County against the Calera Eagles, but rebounded, making Calera suffer for negative 46 total rushing yards on the night. More...

Sixteen unbeaten teams advance to quarter-finals Sports Chatter

Sixteen unbeaten teams and five defending champ-ions More...

JHS kicks off 2005 basketball season

The Jackson High School basketball program got off to a great start for their 2005-2006 season with JV girls and varsity boys getting huge wins. More...