February 16, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Free Native American artifacts show this weekend

Those interested in prehistoric Native American history may want to mark their calendars for Feb. 19. A free Indian artifact show will be held 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the H.W. Pearce Memorial Park Assembly House located on Vanity Park Drive. More...

Special Sections

Church

Don’t Be Bitter

If someone from our past has done something to us which really caused us pain, there is a good chance that we may still feel some bitterness toward that person. More...

Area Church Directory

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

Dr. Rhett Payne III celebrates 150th anniversary of his church

First Presbyterian Church of Meridian, Miss., celebrated its 150th anniversary Sunday, Jan. 29. The Rev. Doctor Rhett G. More...

Sports

Baseball 2006

Aggies coach looks forward to challenges in upcoming season

Head baseball coach Jason Jones enters his fourth season at Jackson High School and looks forward to the challenges he faces in working to have a winning season. More...

JHS 2006 Baseball Schedule

Date . . . . . Opponent . . . . . . Place . . . Time . . . Team More...

Bears’ team ready for 2006 season

The Leroy Bears under Head Coach Danny Powell, who is entering his 10th season leading the Bears, will be returning all but two players from last year More...

For the Record

Area Obituaries

Carpenter Lucille M. Carpenter, 67, a native of Butler and a resident of Jackson, died Feb. 9, 2006 at a local hospital. She was a member of the Forest Avenue Baptist Church and a homemaker. More...

Clarke County Deeds

Marriage license applications Dustin Fleming, to Jennifer Cobb; John D. Gill, to Eloise O. Etheredge; Hoover Lee Rivers, to Shemika Shonta Datson; Tyrone F. Clarke, to Misty S. More...

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

A NEW SHOP BUILDING FOR DISTRICT TWO OF THE EIGHT DIVISION OF THE More...

Wet-Dry vote appeal could affect Jackson

Local citizens concerned over the sale of alcohol in Jackson are joining in an effort that could overturn the Wet-Dry Referendum of last May. More...

WashCo Public Library to conduct 13th annual auction

The Friends of the Washington County Public Library invite everyone to join them in helping raise funds to support their facility by attending its 13th annual auction, Feb. 24, at 5:30 p.m., at the Chatom Community Center. More...

News

Clarke Co. cattlemen conduct annual meeting

The Clarke County Cattlemen More...

Council stresses observance of leash law by dog owners

During Tuesday More...

Second schedule of classes for ‘Get Lost In Jackson’ announced

Following is the second set of classes scheduled for those participating in the 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

JMS cheerleaders perform at Hula Bowl Jan. 21

Jackson Middle School was represented by five of their cheerleaders when they performed at the halftime show at the Hula Bowl in Oahu, Hawaii on Jan. 21 which was aired on ESPN2. More...

Area residents graduate from UWA

The University of West Alabama conducted fall 2005 commencement ceremonies on Dec. 17, 2005 in Pruitt Gymnasium on the Livingston campus. More...

JMS offers after school tutoring

The Jackson Middle School has been offering an after school math tutoring program for struggling students. More...

People

Atchison - Dismukes will exchange vows April 29

Charles R. Atchison Sr. of Salitpa announces the engagement of his daughter, Ashley Renae, to Bradley William More...

Schultz - Jones united in marriage Feb. 10

Chaney Elizabeth Jones and John Michael Schultz, both of Mobile, were united in marriage on Friday, Feb. 10, 2006 at the Jackson Church of the Nazarene. More...

Hentschel - Overstreet to wed March 4 at Kimbell House

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Wimberly, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hentschel and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie W. Overstreet announce the forthcoming marriage of their children, Sara Candace Hentschel, to Ronnie W. Overstreet Jr. More...