November 9, 2006 RSS feed / News

Pioneer Day at Clarke Museum Nov. 11

A variety of old-fashioned fun is scheduled for the Clarke County Museum's Sixth Annual Pioneer Day Saturday, Nov. 11. The free event, held on the museum grounds from 9 a.m. More...

Special landscaping at JHS

A special landscaping project was recently completed beside the auditorium at Jackson High More...

Scenes from Fall Festival 2006

Shoppers filled the streets of downtown Jackson to check out the variety of items and possibly get a jump on their Christmas shopping. Vendors lined the street from Mac's Drugs to Jackson City Hall. More...

McIntosh Rescue Squad obtains new equipment

The McIntosh Rescue Squad continuously adds additional equipment enabling its volunteer personnel to better serve the emergency needs of the community. More...

Library receives state funds

The Washington County Public Library was recently presented More...

Coffeeville PD busts Silas man with pot and lots of cash

A Silas man received the trick and Coffeeville Police Department got the treat last Halloween night. More...

Southern Linc opens in Coffeeville

Southern Linc recently announced the opening of its new location in Coffeeville and conducted More...

Criminal jury week begins Nov. 13 in WashCo courts

Criminal jury week begins Monday, Nov. 13, in Circuit Court of Washington County, and the following cases are scheduled to be tried: More...

Davidson recognized for 25 years of service

Robbie Davidson was recognized Nov. 2, by the McIntosh Rescue Squad, for 25 years of service to the volunteer organization. More...

Pre-election prayer breakfast conducted by GFWC - P.I.N.E.S.

The GFWC - P.I.N.E.S. club of Washington County hosted a pre-election prayer breakfast in the fellowship hall of the Four Points Baptist Church Monday, Nov. 6. More...

VA urges veterans to wear medals Nov. 11 as show of patriotic pride

General George Washington had it right when he turned over the victorious Continental Army and said: "This new nation owes these men who procured our freedom a debt of gratitude." More...

Town of Millry hosts first Halloween bash

Millry's first Halloween Bash, Trick-a-Trunk, sponsored by the town of Millry and its police department, took place Halloween night, Oct. 31. More...