November 23, 2006 RSS feed / News

JPD offering self-defense class

The Jackson Police Department (JPD) will offer a selfdefense class for women Nov. 27- 29 utilizing the RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) System. More...

Nellie Edge celebrates birthday

Jackson Nutrition Center Director Nellie Edge celebrated More...

'Operation Christmas' in full swing

CVS Pharmacy recently gave a 25 percent discount to the More...

Bike-a-thon winners announced

The annual St. Jude's Children's Hospital Bike-A-Thon, sponsored More...

Chatom traffic stop results in drug charges

Two people were booked into the Washington County Jail on drug possession charges following a traffic stop by Chatom police. More...

Hanging of photo in LHS hall marks 50th anniversary

On Homecoming Day and after 50 years, several members of the Class of 1956 hung their class picture in the hallway of Leroy More...

Deputies arrest man in Jackson following chase

Clarke County Sheriff deputies arrested a man in Jackson last week after the vehicle he was riding in was pursued and then wrecked. More...

Correction

In last week's article about Jackson's Citizen of the Year, it was incorrectly stated the banquet would be conducted Jan. 15, when in actuality it will be held Feb. 15. Ticket prices and where to buy them will be announced soon. More...

Alabama vs. Auburn pep rally

Cheerleaders from Jackson Academy and Jackson High School put on a rip-roaring good time, Friday, More...

Former Jacksonian elected state treasurer of Florida realtors group

Nan Harper, formerly of Jackson was recently elected state treasurer of the Florida Women's Council of Realtors at the recent Florida Association of Realtors Mid-winter Conference in Hollywood, Fla. More...

JMC participates in recent quality, patient-safety forum

Representatives from Jackson Medical Center were among a who's who of Alabama hospital leaders meeting in Montgomery, recently for the second Alabama Hospital Quality and Patient Safety Forum. More...

Scam warning issued by BBB

Southern District Supervisor for the Better Business Office in Mobile, Tina Waller has issued a warning of a possible scam by a company in Montgomery claiming to offer early income tax refunds to people who receive Disability or Social Security payme More...

Grant awarded to help fund First Judicial Drug Task Force

A $150,000 grant has been awarded through the office of Gov. Bob Riley to fight the distribution, sale and use of illegal drugs in Choctaw, Clarke and Washington counties. More...

WashCo BOE to hold open discussion on new software

The Washington County Board of Education will hold an open discussion on its current Internet filtering software and Acceptable Use Policy. The discussion will take place during the regular school board meeting Nov. 28 at 10 a.m. More...

Farm Bureau president to address Alabama Farmers Federation at 85th annual meeting in Mobile

One year after voting to rejoin the American Farm Bureau Federation, the Alabama Farmers Federation will welcome AFBF President Bob Stallman as the keynote speaker of the closing session at its 85th annual meeting Dec. 2-4 in Mobile. More...

WashCo Commission members sworn in

L-R: Washington County Probate Judge and County Commission Chairman John H. More...