March 11, 2010 RSS feed / News

Antique appraisal show in Grove Hill Saturday

The Vintage Treasures Appraisal Show will be this Saturday, March 13, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., at the Clarke County Museum in Grove Hill and will give antique owners an opportunity to have their treasures appraised while raising money for the effort to constr More...

Chatom to keep original zoning for alcohol sales

The planning commission for the town of Chatom met March 8 to discuss where alcohol will be sold if the town votes wet on a June 1 referendum. Chairman Wayne Hinton called the meeting to order. More...

Correction

In the March 4 Outlook edition of The South Alabamian, the Jackson Women’s League inadvertently omitted the name of a new member, Mrs. Michael Duke of Jackson. More...

Clarke Co. People First attend ‘Stop the Wait Rally’

On March 3, officers of Clarke County People First attended a Stop the Wait Rally in Montgomery. Many people gathered to bring attention to the state's need for increased financial support for people with disabilities. More...

Annual audit report shows Jackson financially sound

During the Tuesday, March 9, Jackson City Council meeting representatives from the accounting firm of Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood presented the council with its annual audit report, stating that the city was in good financial condition. More...

Wreck injures one

A two-vehicle wreck, Wednesday, March 3, around 7:38 a.m., at the intersection of College and Cleveland avenues in Jackson, sent one person to the hospital. More...

Citizens encouraged to participate in 2010 Census

The 2010 U.S. Census is under way, with some residents in Clarke County already receiving their questionnaires. More...

Attempting to sneak pot to inmates lands two in Washington County Jail

Two McIntosh residents were arrested Saturday, March 6, after one of them allegedly attempted to sneak marijuana to her son and husband who were already incarcerated. More...

Chatom man charged with theft of timber

A Chatom man, arrested Feb. 24, is facing theft charges for allegedly stealing timber for which he was supposed to pay a Washington County landowner. More...

Capstone cuts ribbon in Chatom

Members of Capstone Bank’s board of directors and staff were joined, Friday, March 5, by Chatom and Washington County business leaders and elected officials for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of a renovation project t More...

Clarke Co. Arc, Inc. awarded four-year CQL accreditation

Clarke County Arc, Inc., Executive Director Tiffany Dumas recently announced that CCARC has been awarded the four-year CQL Accreditation from the Council on Quality and Leadership (CQL). More...

Grove Hill Development Board has many projects to benefit county seat

The following article was inadvertently left out of the Outlook 2010 edition last week. More...

United Way presents awards at annual luncheon

The Clarke County United Way held its annual meeting and awards luncheon Tuesday to conclude the 2009 campaign year. The weak economy was reflected in giving this year. The county organization raised just over $128,000. More...