June 23, 2011 RSS feed / People

50th anniversary reception to honor Mr. and Mrs. Knowles

The family of Rilla and Charles Knowles wishes to invite family and friends to a reception honoring the couple on their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday, July 2, from 2 until 4 p.m. More...

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Matthew Lowder, 11, a member of the U.S. Navy League Cadet Corp Dunlap Division, was joined by his grandparents, John and Linda Moseley of Salitpa, at the USS William P. More...

Cox recognized for academic achievement

The United States Achievement Academy announced that Shakarra Cox, daughter of Sheretta Cox of Jackson and Robert Williams of Alma, has been recognized for academic achievement as a United States National Honor Student Award winner.  A Jackson M More...

Larry Massey leaves education after 40 years

He went to what was then Livingston University and majored in business with a minor in accounting so he could enter into the family business with his father. But life had another path planned for Larry Massey. More...

Riley Boykin Smith proud of new UA Outdoor Learning Center

The smile that persisted on Riley Boykin Smith’s face indicated that the mission he had embarked upon several years ago had reached fruition. More...

New UDC member

The Pvt. Gibeon Jefferson Sullivan Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy presented to Carolyn Tarver Knight a certificate of membership on June 4. More...

Correction to Crumedy-White engagement announcement

In the June 16 edition of The South Alabamian the parents of the prospective groom, Mr. Clarence White were incorrectly listed. Mr. White’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bobby White of Millry. We apologize for this error. More...

Soaring summer temperatures bring on a greater appreciation for electricity and air conditioning

Random Ramblings

If I were taking a survey about what was one of the greatest inventions of all times I bet a majority of folks would say electricity.  With the temperature hovering between 95 to 100 degrees the last two weeks, I have heard so many people say, & More...

Cards of Thanks

We wish to express our deepest appreciation to our friends, neighbors, church family and relatives for all the food, flowers, cards, calls prayers and expressions of sympathy following the death of my husband, our father and our grandfather.  M More...

Collard Green Queen and King named

Jackson Health Care recently conducted its annual Collard Green Contest to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Residents who participated raised approximately $1,300. More...