February 16, 2006 RSS feed / News

Clarke Co. cattlemen conduct annual meeting

The Clarke County Cattlemen More...

Islamic extremists show their ignorance once again

Editor

In the past few weeks, I More...

Bible Distortion Bill defeated

Legislative Report I am glad to report to you that through a bi-partisan effort of Republicans and a few conservative Democrats we were able to defeat the "Bible Distortion Bill". More...

Former jail employee indicted for alleged sex with inmate

Two former Clarke County Jail employees were indicted by the grand jury on charges of promoting prison contraband. One of the employees was also indicted for having sex with an inmate. More...

County GOP opens qualifying

Several Republican candidates for local and state offices took the opportunity to speak to the Clarke County Republican Executive Committee (CCREC) when it met in the large courtroom of the Clarke County Courthouse last Thursday. More...

Rep. Williams wants to nix WashCo $20 tag fee

The McIntosh City Council heard from Councilman Randy Davidson on the possibility of a vote on a referendum to change the current $20 extra fee on car tags in Washington County. More...

Earn certifications

Larry Aspinwall and Chris Clarke of the Jackson Water and Sewer Department recently received Grade IV certificates of competency from the Alabama Department of Environmental Management. More...

Gulf Coast author to visit Washington County Public Library for book signing

The Washington County Public Library will welcome author Sonny Brewer for a book signing on Feb. 21, at 2 p.m. 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...

Slawson says he has had all of Riley he can stand; makes donation to Moore

Alabama Scene

It was William Congreve in his play "The Mourning Bride" who penned that great and familiar truth: More...

President’s budget presented to Congress

Congressional Report

The process of establishing spending levels and preparing the appropriations bills for the federal government officially began last Monday when President Bush sent his budget proposal for the 2007 fiscal year to Congress. More...

Road rage leads to arrest of Jackson man

A case of road rage led to the arrest of a man in Jackson last week. More...

Clarke Co. approves road contract for LP plant

The Clarke County Commission Tuesday approved RaCON, Inc. to construct the industrial access road to the Louisiana Pacific OSB mill in the North Clarke Industrial Park. The company More...

Winner of drawing

The first $100 door prize for the More...

WashCo Circuit Court week begins

Civil jury week began Monday, Feb. 13, in Circuit Court of Washington County, and the docket follows. A grand jury will also meet to consider criminal cases. More...

WashCo Public Library receives grant from Dollar General Inc.

The Washington County Public Library recently announced that Dollar General Corporation has awarded a $2,500 grant to the library for the purchase of young adult reading materials and programming. More...

Another illegal dump exposed

These photos were recently taken at an illegal dump site on Bullet Creek, located on Wiggins Road off Highway 69. More...