September 2, 2010 RSS feed / News

Local middle schools receive PROSPER grant

The Clarke County Board of Education has partnered with Auburn University and the Alabama Cooperative Extension System to implement a new program called PROSPER. More...

Lowman Plant workers celebrate safety milestone

PowerSouth’s employees at the Lowman Power Plant in Leroy proved their awareness and dedication to safety by completing a full year without a lost time injury, which means no employee missed work due to an injury suffered on the job. More...

Dumas Mfg. replaces Grand Ole’ Opry seats

Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry is slated to reopen its renovated Opry House Sept. 28. More...

‘Chef Ronald’ to be in Jackson Sept. 14

Come meet Ronald McDonald, enjoy a steak and shrimp dinner and support Ronald McDonald House at the annual “Chef Ronald’s Family Affair,” Sept. 14, 5 p.m., at The Fish House in Jackson. More...

Motorist asked to be aware of bridge work

Jackson Police Chief Charles Burge cautioned motorists to be aware that the Alabama Department of Transportation and Clarke County Road Department will be working on the bridges south of Boise, just north of the county roads 2 and 15 split, today (T More...

Scout honored

During the District 6 meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and Auxiliary, Saturday, Aug. More...

Proration may cancel out ClarkeCo Board of Ed’s balanced budget

The good news is that a $679,000 appropriation from the federal JOBS bill to the Clarke County school system will help pull the transportation department out of the red and shore up the general fund, Custodian of Funds Carmen Rotch told school board More...

Local members of Judson College’s new equine team

The Judson College Equine Department recently announced its 2010-2011 Equestrian Team members. The equestrian team is comprised of a Hunt seat Team and a Western Team. More...

ClarkeCo Arc receives new kitchen

Clarke County Arc consumers Marcus Law, Johnny Malone and Reginald Henley try out the new kitchen at the CCARC center on Forest Avenue in Jackson. More...

Mobile meth lab found

Members of the Washington County inmates’ trash collection crew discovered what was believed to be the remains of a mobile crystal methamphetamine lab while collecting trash, Monday, Aug. More...