February 22, 2018 RSS feed / Community

Choctaw physician awarded Slayton Award for children’s work

Another overflow crowd gathered for Saturday’s annual Child Advocacy Center “Honor Thy Children” banquet to thank those who do their part to keep children in Clarke, Choctaw and Washington counties safe.  CAC supporter and boar More...

Quillen works to keep county ‘in the game’

Staying in the game. That’s how Clarke County Economic Development Director Jesse Quillen classified the county’s search for new industry in 2017. More...

NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER GIVEN LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Jim Cox was recognized with the Alabama Press Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award at the group’s winter meeting in Birmingham on Feb. 16. Cox has been in the newspaper business 41 years. More...

College News

Scarbrough in ‘Dollhouse’ play at Troy Students from Troy University’s Department of Theatre and Dance recently produced the play “Dollhouse.” Those who participated in the production include: Aly Scarbrough of Thomasv More...

Grove Hill Library painting, repairs approved for $6,625

The Grove Hill Town Council attended to only three items of business in its official meeting Tuesday but talked about much more in the work session earlier.  In the meeting, Jason Gates’ quote of $6,625 was approved for painting and repair More...

BANK’S NEW SIGNS UP

SmartBank has converted the signs of the old Capstone Bank. This is the office in Jackson at the intersection of College and Forest Avenues. More...

CM GAS CONTRIBUTES TO POW MARKER’S RESTORATION

During World War II, a German prisoner of war camp was located in Jackson, situated in the areas of Merchants Bank, Clarke-Mobile Gas’ office and westward toward Jackson Medical Center. More...

Guthrie-Brown to say vows April 14 at Katie Hearn Oaks

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Walker of Magnolia Springs announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lacey Guthrie, to Mr. William Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brown of Jackson.  The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. More...

SENIOR NEWS LINE

When age catches up

At what point do we finally cave in to aging? It’s different for all of us, but there are some things we eventually need to give up. More...

Black county agent, 4-H camp topic for Historical Society meet

The Clarke County Historical Society will meet Sunday, Feb. 25 at Grove Hill Town Hall.  February is Black History Month and a program on A. A. More...