July 2, 2009 RSS feed / News

Meth lab found, arrests made

Several arrests have been made following a tip to Jackson Police that led to the discovery of a methamphetamine lab. More...

Man charged with altering gun's serial number

A Creola man was arrested June 23 by the Washington County Sheriff's Department and charged with altering the identification number of a firearm in his possession. Kenneth B. More...

Daughtry receives combined gospel music award

Local gospel recording artist Martha Daughtry recently received the first-ever combined award from One On One Ministries Syndicated Radio. Daughtry was recognized with the Gold Star Living Legend and Pioneer award. More...

Alabama citizens urged to use safety during 4th of July celebrations

Picnics, barbecues and outdoor fun are an important part of Independence Day celebrations for many Alabama families. For those who plan to celebrate with cookouts and fireworks, the Alabama Forestry Commission, State Fire Marshal and the U.S. More...

Force welder

Airman First Class Ryan Foxx, son of Nellie and William Burroughs of Gainestown, welds a metal arc to be used for an engine stand in a fighter jet. Foxx, a 2007 graduate of Jackson High School, is assigned to the U.S. More...

JPD recovers stolen vehicle

A vehicle reported stolen from Southern Trail June 13, was recovered Saturday June 27 in the same area. More...

Patriotic Celebration 2009

The Mobile-based band Paradyne 221 provided inspirational music during the program. More...

Summer Reading concludes

Above, White Smith Memorial Library concluded its Summer Reading Program 2009, Thursday, June 25, with an awards ceremony to recognize all readers who completed the program. Participants read a total of 1,058 books. More...