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July 27, 2006 RSS feed / People

Museum to host lecture on Alabama's cemeteries

Joey Brackner will present, "Cemeteries and their Symbols" Tuesday, Aug. 1 at noon in the basement of the Clarke County Courthouse. The event is sponsored by the Clarke County Museum. More...

Alexanders' to celebrate 50th

Together they have found a friendship, raised a family and built a beautiful marriage. More...

Reid celebrates 90th birthday

Elam Baptist Church held a celebration on Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24 recognizing the 90th birthday of Roy L. "Booster" Reid (L). Booster has been a faithful servant of the Lord for many years at Elam. More...

CAA to help with electric bills

Community Action Agency is making LIHEAP appointments for assistance with you electricity bill on a first come first serve basis. More...

SAMC serves lunch to employees

Employees at the Southwest Alabama Medical Center enjoyed a lunch recently celebrating getting their Certificate of Need. More...

Two large bowls of coleslaw

Ethan Dees (L) and Justin Dees, twin sons of Wayne and Teresa Dees, grew these large heads of cabbage this summer. The cabbages weighed 7 lbs. each. More...

WCHS to hold golf tourney Aug. 5

Wilcox Central High School will have it's 6TH Annual Golf Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 5, 2006 at Roland Cooper State Park in Camden. More...

Hawk saved

Matthew Harrison holds a Mississippi Kite. The hawk was retrieved from a bush where it was hiding from dogs in Thomasville. More...

Kudzu: plant that ate the south

Sometimes we get more than we bargained for. Take kudzu, for example. Way back in 1876, kudzu was brought to the United States with the best of intentions: to serve as a forage crop and to provide shade for sun-scorched Southern front porches. More...

CFBC to hold singing July 30

Christian Fellowship Baptist Church will hold a fifth Sunday singing, July 30, beginning at 5:30 p.m. More...

Clarke-Mobile Gas hires ACT management team for daily ops

Members of the Clarke-Mobile Counties Gas District Board of Directors voted at their July 17 meeting to hire an ACT Energy Management team to manage the daily operations of the company. More...

Delta Regional Authority gets budget increases

The Delta Regional Authority budget won an increase up to $12 million in a key U.S. Senate Committee for promoting economic development in the eight-state DRA region, which includes 20 counties in Alabama. More...

Dalgety, McGuffin to exchange vows

Mr. and Mrs. Peter George Dalgety of Dixon's Mills are proud to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Kathryn Elizabeth, to Jeremy Stephen McGuffin of Okinawa, Japan, son of Commander and Mrs. More...

Little Shop of Horrors to be in Demopolis

The Canebrake Players in Demopolis presents, Little Shop of Horrors, books and lyrics by Howard Ashman, music by Alan Menken. Based on the film by Roger Corman, screenplay by Charles Griffith. More...

Historical Society meets July 30

The life and work of 19th century naturalist and artist Philip Henry Gosse will come to life on Sunday, July 30 at the Clarke County Historical Society meeting at the Grove Hill Town Hall with a lecture by Auburn University Professor of Entomology Ga More...

CFBC holds VBS

Christian Fellowship Baptist Church held Vacation Bible School. More...

Large crowds attends exhibit

A large crowd attended the opening reception on Sunday, July 16 of The Exhibit at Bryan Whitfield Memorial Hospital featuring the work of three generations of the Green family of Demopolis. More...

Wilcox Central golf tourney

Wilcox Central High School will have it's 6TH Annual Golf Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 5, 2006 at Roland Cooper State Park in Camden. More...

TVFD drills at Brookshire Manor

The Thomasville Volunteer Fire Department held a drill and a mock evacuation of Brookshire Manor Apartments last week. Above left, residents and visitors cool their heels while waiting out the drill. More...