January 3, 2008 RSS feed / News

Free concert to be at CCHS Sage Auditorium

Mobile Symphony Youth will once again bring the magic of live orchestral music to the Clarke County community at the Clarke County High School Sage Auditorium in an afternoon concert, Sunday, Jan. 13 at 2:30 under the direction of Orland Thomas. More...

One injured in Salitpa wreck

A driver was injured in a onecar accident Wednesday morning in the Salitpa community. James Christopher Dove, 28, of Foley, was the driver of a 2005 Ford, which was involved in a wreck at approximately 1:40 a.m. More...

CCHS students to begin year in new school

Students, teachers and others at Clarke County High School in Grove Hill have been busy over the Christmas holidays moving desks, books and other items from the old school into the new $6 million facility recently completed. More...

Citizens' Police Academy graduates

The Jackson Police Department conducted a graduation ceremony for those completing its sixth session of the Citizens' Police Academy. The program allows ordinary citizens to experience some of the procedures of police work and training. More...

WashCo poll workers to be honored

On Thursday, Jan. 17, the Washington County Democratic Executive Committee (WCDEC) will honor the poll workers of Washington County with a covered dish supper at the Chatom Community Center at 7 p.m. More...

Wilkins announces candidacy for delegate

Jamie Wilkins, of Jackson, recently announced his candidacy as a delegate to the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minn. If elected in the Feb. More...

Jackson man dies 10 days after being found injured in street

A Jackson man died 10 days after he was found injured and lying in the street. According to Jackson Police Detective Richard Harvey, Willard Hazewood Jr., 53, died Dec. 23 in a Mobile hospital. More...

Coffeeville police make drug arrest

Coffeeville Police Corporal Steve Carlisle arrested Dan Thornton on Dec. 29 for possession of a controlled substance after a bag of white powder, thought to be cocaine, was found in his pocket. Cpl. More...

Horse science course to be offered this month

Alabama horse enthusiasts have the opportunity to go back to school and focus on the care and management of horses and horse businesses. More...

Thomasville High School to benefit from energy grant

Thomasville High School is among schools across the state that will benefit from a $165,000 grant awarded through the governor's office to improve energy efficiency and reduce utility costs. Eleven school systems were each awarded $15,000 grants. More...

Family welcomes Jackson's first baby of new year

Marissa Danyell Frowner was the first baby born in 2008 at Jackson Medical Center. She was born Wednesday morning, Jan. 2. She was welcomed by her sister, Jahne Moore (front), her dad, Marcus Frowner (standing) and mom, Melissa Moore. More...

Wanted man tries to elude deputies

Washington County deputies arrested a Citronelle man after he tried to elude them at a roadblock. Thomas Horace Byrd was turned over to Mobile County authorities on felony warrants and will face additional felony charges in Washington County. More...

Jackson and Coffeeville police departments receive grants

Two $25,000 grants to boost law enforcement efforts for the Jackson and Coffeeville police departments have been awarded through the office of Gov. Bob Riley. More...

Community leaders meet with Pine City Ambassadors

Community leaders recently met with the Pine City Ambassadors and spoke about what it takes to be an active member of the community. More...