The Jacksonville News

April 21, 2015

The Jacksonville News

Company to install fibre optic cables

The city of Jacksonville on Monday agreed to allow a company the right to install fiber optic cables on the public rights-of-way.

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  • Former caretaker for horses has several jobs

    Kenny Griffin grew up on his family’s farm in Spunky Hollow near Locust Fork. Griffin’s maternal grandparents, Jim and Louise Honeycutt, moved…

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  • Struggling students will get help

    Following an hour-long talk, the Jacksonville Board of Education on Monday approved a new summer program that is designed to help the students…

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Betty Miller recalls childhood in north Alabama

When Betty Jones Miller was a child in Macedonia, four miles from Section in north Alabama, her family always had plenty of food. They either grew it or raised it. What stands out in her mind most of all is the corn her father would take to the grist mill to have the kernels ground off the so the family could have cornbread.


Much has happened already this year

As the world turns in Alabama politics, a lot has happened in the first three months of 2015. After Inauguration Day, a federal judge in Mobile ruled Alabama’s constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage was not constitutional under federal law. In appeals to the U.S. Supreme Court it was obvious that the high tribunal conferred with the lower court ruling and gave every indication that they would render a final edict on the subject come June. By midsummer same-sex marriage will be the law of the land as decreed by the omnipotent U.S. Supreme Court.

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