Clarke County Democrat
November 20, 2014 Edition
Mayor Hicks’ contributions remembered
A memorial service was held Monday morning for Grove Hill Mayor James Levon Hicks, who passed away N...
Grove Hill must select new mayor by Jan. 14
With the death of Grove Hill Mayor Levon Hicks on Nov. 14, the Grove Hill Town Council has 60 days f...
County’s ‘tornado alley’ gets visit early Monday
The National Weather Service has confirmed an EF1 tornado touched down three times, causing damage i...
WWII vet who saw D-Day action buried
Deacon Floyd Bivens, 92, made his transition into eternal life on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014 at his resi...
Mrs. Josephine Gladys Fox Rankin, 77, was born March 7, 1937 in Manila to the parentage of the late ...
“Where Families Always Come First”
Mary Lois Taite Savage, 83, traded time for eternity among her family on Nov. 4, 2014 at her residen...
Clarke County’s Day and Bean featured in Wall Street Journal
Thomasville Mayor Sheldon Day and Al Bean, one of the managers of Clarke-Mobile Gas, were featured i...
Hurd Street home burns
Agricultural books given to local schools
In an effort to promote Agricultural Literacy, the Alabama Farmers Agricultural Foundation and Alaba...
911 stats for October are detailed
The following statistics from October were presented at the Nov. 12 meeting of the Clarke County E-9...
DHR board members recognized
The Clarke County Department of Human Resources (DHR) held a reception Tuesday to honor Willie Willi...
Football ends for GH schools
The Clarke Prep School Gators lost 42-8 to the Longhorns of Marengo Academy in the Class AA AISA sta...
CCHS Bulldogs see season end at Leeds
The Clarke County High School Bulldogs saw their football season come to an end last Friday as they ...
Jackson powers past Tallassee 34-12
The Jackson High School got the plays they needed – mostly in the clutch – to cruise pas...
Clarke Prep hoops get started Tues.
The Clarke Prep School Gator boys and girls basketball teams took to the court this week in the seas...
Clarke County Education Retirees Association will meet Thursday, Nov. 20 at 11:45 a.m. at New Faith ...
Area churches holding community Thanksgiving service at Tompkins
Several Grove Hill area churches will come together for the annual community Thanksgiving service Su...
Truevine Baptist Church of Dickinson will continue its Harvest Time Revival Thursday, Nov. 20 and Fr...
Monday was an unusual day and could have been depressing. I attended two funerals, one in the mornin...
Since last June, I have regularly gone to the National Hurricane Center website and checked to see w...
Inside the Statehouse
This was probably one of the dullest and least interesting gubernatorial election years in memory. I...
Make Your Meal A Holiday Hit
A memorable holiday meal always comes down to the mouthwatering meals served by the host. This seaso...
Dixon-Cassity tell plans to wed Jan. 10 in Odenville church
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dixon of Jackson announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daught...
Assistance available for signing up for health insurance
The Dannon Project, a nonprofit organization, will be providing supportive services to Clarke Count...
Book given to library
The Grove Hill Public Library is the recipient of the book, “Why Would Anyone Cut a Tree Down...
Arrests booked through the Clarke County Jail during the week of Nov. 10-18 include: Michael Cheiro...
Police Incident Reports
Jackson The following incident reports were recorded by the Jackson Police Department: A lewd act i...
Marriage license applications Andrew James Jackson, to Alliyah Monae Franks. Jeff Stewart Garrick, ...
Sales tax, alcohol tax revenue mixed for T’ville schools
Linda McGhee, chief financial officer with the Thomasville City Schools, reported Tuesday night tha...
Red Ribbon Week a success
Beta Club hosts Turkey Dash
CCHS releases honor rolls
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