March 16, 2006 RSS feed / News

Armstead assumes command of support battalion in Iraq

Captain Cory D. Armstead assumed command of Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 801st Brigade Support Battalion, 506th Regimental Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), at Forward Operating Base Rustamiyah, Iraq on Feb. 13, 2006. More...

McIntosh man arrested for possession of marijuana

A McIntosh man was arrested Feb. 10 at his residence for possession of marijuana after deputies conducted a consented search of his home. More...

Selma company awarded bid for new Clarke County High School

"Today is a happy day," declared Clarke County Superintendent of Education Gerald Stephens as he prepared to make his recommendation on who would be awarded the bid for the new Clarke County High School. More...

Plans finalized for new E-911 center

larke County E-911 Director Becky Neugent told board members during Monday%27s meeting that Alabama Correctional Institute has a copy of the finalized plans for the new 911 center and will provide a quote for labor costs soon. More...

Nutrition tips offered for participants in Get Lost in Jackson program

Balance your calorie intake with exercise for a healthy weight. Overeating or under-exercising upsets your calorie balance. Extra pounds result. More...

Get Lost in Jackson update

April Class Schedule April 11 (Tuesday) More...

Jackson man arrested for possession of crack cocaine

Hanging out at Creepers was not a good idea for one man in Jackson last week. More...

Charter member celebrates birthday

Tuesday was a special occasion at the Jackson Nutrition Center when a celebration was held to commemorate the 92nd birthday of Sadie Taylor (right), who was a charter member of the nutrition center program when it began more than 20 years ago. More...

Commission asked to support county animal shelter

Brandy and Andrew Champion, owners of Roundhill Pampered Pets went before the Clarke County Commission Monday morning to request its support for a county animal shelter. More...

Wild Turkey Federation meets

Attendees at the Wild Turkey Federation meeting look over prizes at the group%27s annual meeting held for the first time in Thomasville Friday night. More than 200 people attended the event that featured a silent auction. More...