February 22, 2007 RSS feed / People

Fund-raiser is planned March 3 for Promise Theater and Performing Arts Center

The Promise Theater and Performing Arts Center in Jackson will be conducting a fund-raising benefit on Saturday, March 3, 7:30 p.m. at the Locke Theater. They will be celebrating Black History and Women's History Month. More...

STORK REPORT

Bryant

Tameka Dixon and Frederick Bryant announce the birth of a son, Trenton Jacques, Dec. 28, 2006 at Jackson Medical Center. He weighed 7 lbs., 5 oz. and was 19 inches long. More...

'StarLight at the University of Mobile' to be presented April 10

The University of Mobile and 95KSJ will present Grammynominated country music recording artist Little Big Town at the fourth "StarLight at the University of Mobile" on Tuesday, April 10. More...

Pvt. Jeannine Redmond graduates basic training

Army Pvt. Jeannine W. Redmond has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. More...

Chili Cook-off set for March 17

The Clarke County Association for Retarded Citizens (CCARC) will be hosting their "Chili Tasting Fair" at the CCARC Spring Jubilee on Saturday, March 17. The chili tasting contest has five entries to date and they are wanting five more. More...

Frankville Fire Department members honored

Top photo: Members of the Frankville Fire Department were honored during a special meeting, Monday, for their service to the volunteer organization. More...

Top winner at coon hunters show

Left photo: Overall Show Champion "Tuf" gets a hug from 9-year-old owner Taylor Mills from Grand Bay. Tuf took top honors at the Clarke-Washington Coon Hunters Association Annual St. Jude Charity Show this past weekend in Wagarville. More...

Gets nice 8-point

Amy DuBose, 14, shot this nice 8-point buck on Jan. 20 while hunting with her Papa, Melton DuBose, near the Tombigbee River. "He came in at 4 p.m.," said Amy, "and I got a clear shot with my 243. This was my second buck of the season. More...

Etheredge - Minor united in marriage at First Baptist Church in Leroy

Amanda Marie Minor and Kane Jacoby Etheredge were united in marriage on Saturday, Dec. 16, 2006 at the First Baptist Church in Leroy. Bro. Dave Delegal officiated the 2 p.m. ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. More...

Woman's Club makes donations

Woman's Club President Betty Milstead, left, presented checks to local charities and organizations. Accepting donations in behalf of their organization (L-R) front row, are Milstead, Peggy Palmer, Harriet's House; Deloris Fleming, More...

Children get creative at library

Janet McCants' Preschool Storyhour children at White Smith Memorial Library in Jackson got creative for Valentine's Day. Showing their creations (L-R) are Michael Mansley III, Kasey Marie Hoven, Caleb Moore and Chaney Scott McCorquodale. More...

Cards of Thanks

The family of John Stephen Lowery would like to express heartfelt thanks and appreciation to friends and relatives for the prayers, food, flowers and acts of kindness shown at our time of loss. Special thanks to Lt. More...

Donates mixer to LHS

Alabama Power Company recently donated a large bowl mixer to the Family Consumer Science class at Leroy High School. Making the presentation was Alabama Power appliance salesperson at the Jackson office Angie Foreman (left). More...