November 24, 2010 RSS feed / News

JPD Chief warns of check scam

Jackson Police Chief Charles Burge is warning local residents to not fall victim to the latest lottery scam circulating through the U.S. Mail. More...

Presents check for food donations

Above, the students in Brandy Owens’, Sandra E. More...

Thomasville man survives crash with freight train

It appeared that Milton Robinson never braked at the Norfolk Southern railroad crossing on the Finley Crossing Road around 7:30 Sunday morning. More...

Kiwanis makes annual donations

The Jackson Kiwanis Club recently made its annual donations to area agencies. More...

Home heating fires still represent a leading cause of home fires and fatalities

As temperatures drop in the months ahead, home heating systems will fast kick into gear. More...

Discussing Washington County roads

Just the Facts

I believe most all the citizens of Washington County desire good county roads. I could be wrong about this but this is what I believe. The question then becomes how do we achieve good county roads. More...

JA, JIS DARE graduation 2010

Photos by Travis Mathews More...

WashCo Commission addresses County Road 20 and District 4 debt

Under new business on the Nov. More...

Millry adopts building code

The Millry Town Council voted, Nov. 8, to adopt a building code for the town. In a unanimous vote, council members adopted the Standard Southern Building Code of 1991. Adopted for use in virtually all locations in the southeastern U.S. More...

Makes donation to JHC

Members of the “Next Generation” organization recently presented a donation to Jackson Healthcare Facility. More...

Complete computer class

Recent graduates of White Smith Memorial Library’s last computer basics class of the year are (front, seated) Marilyn Jordan; (second row, L-R) are Loretha Andrews and LaJoyce Harman; (third row More...

Big dig conducted at Old St. Stephens town site

George Shorter scheduled a “big dig” at old town St. Stephens’ Historical Park for November 19 and 20. George is the archeologist from the University of South Alabama in charge of excavating Old St. More...