April 13, 2006 RSS feed / News

Wilkins announces candidacy for District 3, Place 1

J a m i e W i l k i n s announces his candidacy for the Clarke County Republican Executive C o m m i t t e e District 3, Place 1. More...

WashCo Sheriff to hang up holster after 32 years

The end of the this year will mark the end of an era in Washington County, when Sheriff William Wheat hangs up his holster and pulls off his badge for the last time. More...

Fire threatens home

Jackson firefighters responded to a woods fire on Walker Springs Road near Gainestown last Thursday, April 6, around 3 p.m. The blaze burned several acres of woodlands, along with a number of old junked automobiles and tires. More...

Qualifying over for elections

Qualifying for this year's political races ended Friday. More...

WashCo County Commission awards contract and sells voting houses

The Washington County Commission took the following actions Monday: More...

Jacksonian named one of nation's top paramedics

American Medical Response (AMR), the nation's leading ambulance service, and the American Ambulance Association have named paramedic Riley Sayne of Jackson, as a national "Star of Life" for 2006-2007. Sayne is a longtime resident of Jackson. More...

Chatom physician receives prestigious Hospice and Palliative Care certification

In addition to serving community needs through his practice at Chatom Primary Care, Dr. Steve Donald serves as the medical director for AseraCare Hospice. Recently Dr. More...

Garbage pickup may go to one day per week

Citizens in Jackson may get a change in their trash pickup from two times per week to once. More...

Dukes announces candidacy for District 3, Place 2

Billy Dukes announces his candidacy for the Clarke County Republican Executive Committee, District 3, Place 2. More...

Day vying for District 1, Place 1

Bob Day, of J a c k s o n announces his candidacy for the Republican E x e c u t i v C o m m i t t e e District 1, Place 1. More...

Center for Fair Housing may open satellite office in Clarke

Teresa Bettis, a representative from the Center for Fair Housing talked to Clarke County commissioners Tuesday about the services the center offers and the possibility of locating a satellite office in Clarke County. More...

E-911 advisory board reformed

Roy Waite, Clarke County EMA director, spoke to the Clarke County 911 board on behalf of the advisory board during Monday's meeting. More...

WashCo criminal cases heard

Many criminal cases were settled without trial last week in the circuit court of Washington County. Most involve drug use, and there is an unusual charge possession of a firearm with altered serial number. More...

Grove Hill furniture store to close in July

Barrow's Fine Furniture is closing its Grove Hill store sometime in July, according to store manager Jan Pruitt and the company's director of advertising Jerry Sweat. More...

Not All Debt Is Bad

We have been conditioned to believe that debt is bad, even though most of us find it impossible to live completely debt-free. But is all debt necessarily bad? No, says Bradford G. Stroh, coCEO and founder of Freedom Financial Network, LLC. More...

Fifth Annual ECI 'Springtacular Celebration' events enjoyed by all

On Saturday, April 1, Exceptional Children, Inc. (ECI) held the fifth annual "Springtacular Celebration". The event began with the much anticipated Jr. More...