February 5, 2009 RSS feed / People

Mobile Symphony to perform at Thomasville Civic Center Feb. 19

Mark your calendar for Thursday, Feb. 19 and Friday, Feb. 20 as those are the dates the Mobile Symphony Orchestra will be performing a series of free concerts in Clarke and Washington counties. On Feb. More...

Card of Thanks

From the Clarke, Bass, Brown, Donald and Gibby families: We wish to express thanks to the staff of Jackson Health Care Facility, Caring Angels Hospice, Dr. More...

Stork Report

Katherine Finch Christian Mr. and Mrs. Doug Christian (nee Mary Elizabeth Handley) of Jackson announce the birth of a daughter, Katherine Finch, Jan. 15, 2009, at Springhill Medical Center in Mobile. She weighed 6 lbs., 13 oz. More...

UM art exhibition deadline extended

The University of Mobile has extended the deadline to Feb. 16 for its annual Juried Art Exhibition. The competition is open to visual artists working in any media, and only original artwork is accepted. More...

Literacy coalition offers refresher course for tutors

The Literacy Coalition of Clarke County, a division of the Clarke County Development Foundation a nonprofit organization is currently offering a one-hour refresher for volunteer tutor training. Tuesday, Feb. 10, from 10-11 a.m. More...

New WashCo doctor looks forward to serving community

Dr. Danita C. Anderson may not be from Washington County, but she is ready to start serving those seeking medical services in the area. Dr. More...

Harkless recognized at annual conference

Belinda Blackburn, director of continuing education at Jacksonville State University, recently announced that Millry Police Chief Larry Harkless had completed the first 40 hours of the Law Enforcement Executive Program. More...

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CLARKE-WASHINGTON EMC sent a line crew to aid Kentucky cooperatives with restoring power outages caused by 36 hours of rain, snow and ice the state received beginning Jan. 26. The crew left Monday, Feb. More...

UM Opera Theater presents 'Everything but the Groom'

The University of Mobile Opera Theater will present a musical and dramatic production featuring scenes from the operatic repertory, "Everything but the Groom: Love and Marriage from a Woman's Perspective." The performance will be Thursday, Feb. More...

Jackson Area Chamber director to serve another term on statewide board

The Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama has announced that LaShaunda Holly, executive director of the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce, has been selected to serve another term on the statewide group's board of directors and took office at it More...

'Sister' celebrates 100th birthday

Maggie Docia Bumpers, known as "Sister" or "Auntie", celebrated her 100th birthday Jan. 14. A native of Union Chapel near Coffeeville, her parents were the late Lonie and Arnold Bumpers. A celebration was hosted in her honor Saturday, Jan. More...

'Honor Thy Children' fund-raiser is planned

The Regional Child Advocacy Center, Inc. is holding its annual "Honor Thy Children" dinner and auction fund-raiser, Feb. 21, at the H.W. Pearce Memorial Park Assembly House in Jackson. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. More...

Horticulturist presents program to Four Season's Garden Club

The Four Seasons Garden Club hosted their monthly meeting Jan. 15 at the Kimbell House. President Edna Stewart presided over the business meeting. More...

Alma L. Todd Cox celebrates 95th birthday

January 20, 2009 was not only a day of celebration of an historical inauguration, but it was also the day Alma Todd Cox of Toddtown celebrated her 95th birthday. A dinner party was held in Mrs. Cox's honor on Jan. More...

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WIND CREEK ADDITIONS- The executive board of Wind Creek Casino and Hotel in Atmore announced, Jan. More...

WashCo civil jury week begins Monday

Civil jury week begins Monday, Feb. 9, in the circuit court of Washington County, with a grand jury convening to hear evidence in criminal cases. The civil jury docket is as follows: Judge Gaines McCorquodale's Docket Katrina McBride vs. More...