Today's Top Stories

Clarke County has been approved to implement the Emergency Conservation Program (ECP) for severe damage to eligible agricultural land related to a series of tornadoes on December 16, 2019.  Landow
BankPlus in Stonewall had an attempted robbery on Wednesday, January 8.
The excitement surrounding the opening of deer season looms in the hearts of true hunters here in Mississippi.
Circuit Clerk Beth Jordan officially retired after January 2 this year. Her final duty in office was to help conduct the swearing in ceremony for all elected officials.
Growing up in Louisiana during the Civil Rights Era helped inspire Judge Tobey Bartee to grow into the man he is today.

keep your heart warm

By BY BRO. TERRY IVY,

“Do your best to come before winter.” (2Timothy 4:21) Every year when the temperatures begin to fall, I think about how the Apostle Paul had been arrested by the Roman government and was writing his final letter to his faithful disciple Timothy.


Veteran’s News

VFW Post 4982 asks, are you ready to vote? This election is important, and it is your chance to weigh in on the issues that matter most to you and your family. As voters, we all have an equal say in determining our future. That’s why it is so important to go cast a vote!










­News Travels

By DEBORA REESE HISTORIC CLARKE COUNTY,

Searching through old newspapers, you sometimes stumble across an article that strikes you a bit amusing.  A majority of the time the event took place somewhere outside of Clarke County, but here is one dating back to 1854 that took place right here.  It is possible that it d





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Editorials

Here’s a grim report from The Washington Post website to start the new year: “According to the... READ MORE

Obituaries

Josephine (Jo) Mason Harrison passed away peacefully in Mobile, AL, on January 7, 2020.  She was... READ MORE

Sports

Congratulations to the following Bulldogs for their outstanding performance in the 2019 football... READ MORE

Columnists

It was on December 23, 1833, that Clarke County was established and named after Mississippi’s... READ MORE