July 27, 2006 RSS feed / News

Wreck leads to charge of vehicle murder

William J. Fendley, 22, was arrested July 19 and charged with reckless/vehicle murder. More...

Ashford Lane residents ask county for speed breakers

Residents of Ashford Lane in Dickinson attended a public hearing Monday concerning the More...

JPD welcomes new police officer

The Jackson Police Department welcomed new police officer Jonathan Downey to the force last week. More...

Alford is new marine officer for Clarke County

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Marine Police Division recently hired Jeremy Alford as law enforcement officer for the Clarke County area on the Tombigbee River. More...

County faces major road and bridge problems

The Washington County Commission met July 24, with Commissioner Willie Dixon presiding. More...

Kills big rattler

Payton Goldman killed this big 56-inch long rattlesnake on More...

Jackson Area Youth Crusade scheduled Aug. 2-3 at JA

The Jackson Area Youth Crusade is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 2 and Thursday, Aug. 3 in the Jackson Academy gym at 7 nightly. More...

Deputy arrested by JPD

Clarke County Sheriff's Deputy Thomas Fox was arrested on domestic violence charges last weekend. More...

Corrections

+The name of Edward Waller, co-owner of Pine City Motors in Jackson was inadvertently left off of the business's congratulations ad to the All-Star teams in last week's edition. More...

Clarke-Mobile gas hires ACT to manage company operations

Members of the Clarke-Mobile Counties Gas District Board of Directors voted at their July 17 meeting to hire an ACT Energy Management Team to manage the daily operations of the company. More...

Litter and illegal dumping still plague area

As evidenced by these photos, illegal dumping and litter are still a huge problem in the area. More...

Dispatchers learn about emergency medical dispatch

Area dispatchers met in Jackson at Alabama Southern for a three-day class recently on Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD). More...

Correction

In last week's edition of The South Alabamian, it stated that Richard Stringer would be unopposed in November for the Washington County Sheriff's race, when in fact he will be challenged by Don "Duck" Beech who is running as an independent. More...

WashCo BOE discusses handbook policy, tours schools during July 19 work session

Board to borrow $4 million for construction projects

The Washington County Board of Education had a busy week holding a work session/tour of schools on Wednesday, July 19 and their regular board meeting on July 21. More...