Today's Top Stories
Dr. Rebecca Erion Proctor and Mr. Thomas Aaron Odom IV of Johnson City, Tennessee, were united in marriage in the evening of August 3, 2019, at The Camp at Buffalo Mountain near Jonesborough, Tennessee.
Harold D. Bolden, 67, arrested by CCSD for DUI 2nd, speeding on state highway, to serve 5 days
James H. Johnson, 37, arrested by CCSD for sale of meth x2 (warrant)
Chris L. Smith, 30, arrested by CCSD for hold for MDOC
The East Mississippi Regional Library has renamed the Enterprise Public Library to the Mary Jane Evans Memorial Library in honor of Mrs. Jane who was the librarian for 28 years until her passing in 2018. A reception was held Thursday, August 8, 2019, to honor Mrs.
CLARKE COUNTY HAS BEEN AWARDED FEDERAL FUNDS MADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS) FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY UNDER THE EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER NATIONAL BOARD PROGRAM.
“I really love my people around here, my customers. I appreciate them and them trading with me all these years and have made a lot of friends.” This statement made by Mr. Sonny Young definitely fits his character well.
I, Matthew Skidmore, would like to announce my candidacy for Quitman School Board of Trustees, Place 4. This is to fill the position vacated by Wendell Carney for his term expiring December 31, 2019.
The Primary Election held August 6 brought about a change in one office. Troy Smith, current Clarke County Supervisor, beat Incumbent William Shirley in the race for House District 84. Smith had 72.95% of the votes statewide to Shirley’s 27.05%.
Brittney Mangum has joined the Clarke County Tribune this week as its new reporter.
Mangum is a former English teacher at Quitman School District, Warren Central High and Porter’s Chapel Academy.
One of a parent’s worst nightmares is something happening to their child. Ferlin Ivy knows well that feeling. He lost one son at 17 with a medical issue. His daughter, Alisha Lynn Blair Ivy, has been missing for a little over nine months now.