April 5, 2012 RSS feed / News

Happy Tails Rescue expands efforts to include feral cats

Easter bake sale this Saturday to raise funds

By Evan Carden SA Editor For several years, Happy Tails Rescue in Jackson has been well-known for its efforts in dog rescue and relocation. More...

SET Enterprises Grand Opening

From left, Jackson Mayor Richard Long, developer Tom Bolten and SET CEO Sid E. Taylor. More...

Scotch-Gulf Lumber announces $6 million project at Jackson mill

Scotch-Gulf Lumber has announced that a $6 million modernization project is under way at its Jackson mill. The state of the art equipment being installed will improve production efficiency and output. More...

Counterfeit bills passed in Jackson

According to Jackson Police Chief Charles Burge, two counterfeit bills were passed at a local business March 30 and those believed responsible were captured on video surveillance. More...

Spring Jubilee is April 14

CCARC’s annual fundraiser Spring Jubilee Smokin’ in the Pines is scheduled for April 14. Pezent said the organization has adopted the national Arc brand, which will be unveiled during this year’s event. More...

Jackson police officers receive special training

Several Jackson police officers recently received special training to better prepare them for situations that may arise in the course of their duties. More...

USDA reminds producers of approaching deadline for CRP general sign-up

USDA-Farm Service Agency County Executive Director Wyatt Hendry today reminded landowners, farmers and ranchers that the opportunity to enroll in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) general sign-up 43 ends on Friday, April 6. More...

CFSA awards $32,330 to promote public interest in the arts and classical music

The Community Foundation of South Alabama has awarded grants totaling $32,330 from the Clyde C. Snyder Art and Classical Music Fund to promote public interest in the arts and classical music. The Clyde C. More...