March 15, 2012 RSS feed / News

McIntosh theft investigation results in one drug arrest

A theft investigation at a McIntosh residence March 9 resulted in the arrest of a Clarkton, Mo. man who now faces illegal drug charges. More...

March 20, first public meeting for WashCo sewerage sign-up

At the March 12 Washington County Commission meeting, Commissioner Herman Williams (Dist. 5) announced the first of several public meetings to encourage private citizens to sign on to the Five Point Sewerage System in McIntosh. More...

Clarke and Washington counties team up to form 4H ‘Chick Chain’

The Clarke and Washington counties Extension offices have teamed up to create the 4-H Chick Chain. What, in the world, you may ask, is the Chick Chain? More...

New hospital opens in Choctaw County at old VF plant site

The long awaited Choctaw General Hospital is now open in Butler. More...

CCARC observes Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

With huge budget challenges facing the Alabama Department of Mental Health, which provides funding for Clarke County Arc (CCARC) and organizations like it across the state, this year’s observance of Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month ha More...

Deal reached on health services for ClarkeCo inmates

A new agreement for providing health care for county jail inmates has been reached with the current provider and county officials believe it is a better deal than the old one. More...

Correction

The date on the advertisement for the Lil’ Touch of Cajun Grill that appeared in last week’s Outlook 2012 edition was incorrect. The correct date for the St. Patrick’s party is March 31. More...

Clarke County to purchase old Armory

Clarke County Commissioners considered the purchase of the Grove Hill National Guard Armory for $125,000 to be a good deal for the county. More...

ClarkeCo Circuit Clerk office hours change

Just a few weeks ago, Clarke County Circuit Clerk Jay Duke announced that his office would not be answering the telephone from 2 until 4 p.m. every weekday afternoon so that the staff could concentrate on work. More...