August 12, 2010 RSS feed / News

Chatom man faces drug distribution charges

A three to four month undercover operation by agents with First Judicial Drug Task Force led to the Aug. 4 arrest of a Chatom man on two counts of distribution of a controlled substance charges.   More...

Forged checks land Jackson man in jail

A Jackson man was arrested July 28 on warrants charging him with second degree possession of a forged instrument. More...

JPD to offer Citizens Police Academy

Jackson Police Chief Charles Burge recently announced that the department will offer its annual Citizens Police Academy for adults beginning the week of Sept. 14.   More...

Performers, backstage workers needed

BTAPC will be producing several plays and musicals and would like to hear from anyone who is interested in performing or working backstage in these productions.   On Thursday, Aug. More...

ClarkeCo to seek funds for Silver Creek Park upgrades

The Clarke County Commission voted Tuesday to apply for a $250,000 Community Development Block Grant to fund improvements to the U.S. Corps of Engineers’ Silver Creek Park.   More...

Complaints continue from WashCo District 1

At their regular meeting Aug. 9, the Washington County Commission passed several resolutions and heard another complaint from District 1 citizens about impassible roads.   More...

Donates to JFD

Walmart Personnel Manager Lisa McRae presents a $1,000 donation to Jackson Fire Department Captain Mike Furr. The money will go toward the purchase of a much-needed multi-gas monitor. More...

Downtown Market/Art Walk

The second Downtown Market/Art Walk, sponsored by Clarke County Arc and the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce was this past Saturday in downtown Jackson. More...

Correction

A few weeks ago Terry Huggins Sr. was listed in the Clarke County arrest report for chemical endangerment of a child. That charge was incorrectly provided by the Clarke County Sheriff’s Department. Huggins was arrested for willful   ? More...

PowerSouth’s McIntosh Plant celebrates safety

PowerSouth recognized its McIntosh Power Plant employees for their awareness and dedication to safety — the company’s number one corporate value — with a luncheon July 28. More...

U.S. Senate recognizes 50th anniversary of Harper Lee’s ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

The U.S. Senate has officially recognized the 50th anniversary of one of the great novels of the 20th century, Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird.   More...