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September 10, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Salvation Army Collecting Food

The Salvation Army will be collecting canned goods at Friday night More...

Chamber Elects New Officers

Thomasville More...

Fulton Council discusses noise complaints

The Thomasville Times

FULTON - Several folks in Fulton have complained about some drivers playing their music in their cars too loud and the town council is looking into what to do about the problem. More...

Grant to help victims of sexual abuse

MONTGOMERY - Victims of sexual assault in Mobile, Washington and Clarke counties will soon be receiving additional assistance on their road to recovery. More...

Clarke Baptist Association to hold 102nd meeting

GROVE HILL More...

Thank You

We wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to the ones that tried and cried while taking care of our mother, Francis Elizabeth Parrish, who passed away August 2,2003. More...

Commission takes bids to fix Barlow Bend slide problem

GROVE HILL - Bids were opened for the slide repair project on County Road 33 in Barlow Bend during the Clarke County Commission meeting Tuesday morning. More...

Fulton Volunteer Fire Department to hold gospel singing October 4

Special to the Times

FULTON - Fulton More...

Marengo veterans to dedicate monument on November 11

The Thomasville Times

LINDEN - Dedication services for the new war monument in front of the Marengo County Courthouse will be held on Nov. 11 at 10 a.m. More...

Special Sections

Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Tax plan defeat means it

Just a few thoughts from this past week... More...

Guest Columnist

Federal government looking for ways to prevent another attack like Sept. 11, 2001
U.S. Congressman

How could the deaths of over 3000 innocent men, women and children have been prevented? What cost is too great to ensure it never happens again? More...

Riley has ‘one-term’ written all over him

The Alabama Scene

MONTGOMERY - I have been in this dilemma before. I write a column before an election which most of you will read after the election. More...

Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

Some miracles come with a message atttached

Waiting for their chance for a miracle, a line of people often stretches for over a mile on a dusty road in the little town of Tlacote, Mexico. More than 10,000 a day sometimes come to visit Jesus Chahin More...

Church Calendar

Thomasville COG to hold Women

The Thomasville Church of God will hold a women More...

Sunday School Attendance

Thomasville United Methodist Men

Gilmer Beverly, Ellis Brasell, Cleve Robertson, Laverne Mott, teacher. More...

Sports

Tigers plow Aggies 63-0

Tiger defense records second-straight shutout of the year

JACKSON - Thomasville High School More...

SW buttts Akron Rams, 56-8

AKRON - Sweet Water High School More...

Coffeeville upends Panthers, 12-6

COFFEEVILLE - Coffeeville More...

Voters shoot down Riley tax proposal plan by big margin

The Thomasville Times

THOMASVILLE - Voters in southwest Alabama, like voters statewide, shot down Gov. Bob Riley More...

For And Against

County For Against
Clarke 2,713 5,940
Marengo 3,489 4,441
Wilcox 2,694 1,826
State 415,472 861,630
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Shooting claims life of Yellow Bluff man

YELLOW BLUFF - One man is dead and another is in jail following a deadly shooting in Yellow Bluff last week. More...

Council hints at possible garbage rate increase

The Thomasville Times

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville Mayor Sheldon Day dropped hints at Monday More...

Pine Hill residents will have to pay more for cable channels

The Thomasville Times

PINE HILL - Customers of Galaxy Cablevision in Pine Hill might have to fork out more money to get some of the premium channels discussed at last month More...

Shelby okays $450,000 for water project

THOMASVILLE - Alabama is apparently fortunate to have one of its U.S. senators as a senior member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, according to news releases from U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., last week. More...

SMCFRS Receives Grant

The South Marengo Fire and Rescue Squad of Sweet Water has received a grant of $54,900 from the Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program administered by the United States Department of Homeland Securtiy More...

Pine Hill Police record arrests last week

PINE HILL - Pine Hill Police made 15 misdemeanor arrests from Sept. 1 through Sept. 7. More...

City to be site of 19th Annual Firefighter Appreciation Day

THOMASVILLE - The 19th annual Volunteer Firefighter Appreciation Day will be hosted in the city Sept. 26-27 by the Clarke County Firefighters Association and sponsored by the Alabama Forestry Commission More...

Clarke Litter Committee hears about Project ROSE at meeting

Special to the Times

Sherri Powell of Project ROSE was the guest speaker for the Clarke County Citizens Against Litter meeting last Thursday. More...

Nineteen arrests booked at county jail

GROVE HILL - Nineteen arrests were reported from the Clarke County Jail this week. Those arrests include: More...

Calendar

DARE Program seeking donations

Donations are needed to assist the DARE program at Thomasville City Schools. Donations will be used for the purchase of needed supplies. Donations may be sent to DARE at P.O. Box 127 Thomasville, Ala. 36784. More...

People

Lions Club Officers

Thomasville Lions Club officers for 2003-2004 are pictured left to right: Jody Rawls-President; Shirley Wallace-1st Vice President; Lora Horn-2nd Vice President; Howard Jackson-Secretary; Allen Stoudenmire-Treasurer; Ricky Rush-Tail Twister; Glenda P More...

Brookshire Manor residents enjoy all sorts of activities

Brookshire Manor News

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Walters Enters Pharmacy Program

On August 16, 2003, Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy held a White Coat Ceremony to induct the Class of 2003. Among the 117 students entering the Doctor of Pharmacy program is Karen Jeanette Walters. More...

School

THS

School News
THS begins

Thomasville High School has erupted with new activities geared towards involving the student body. With help from the Student Government Association, the first annual Junior Ring Presentation Ceremony was held last Thursday. More...

Drum Major Smith gives leadership to band

THS Band News

THOMASVILLE - Every high school band has its own officers to maintain order, discipline, and excellence. The top student leader in our band is Zack Smith, our Drum Major. More...

Sweet Water wraps up soft drink sale

Special to the Times

SWEET WATER - On behalf of the faculty and staff of SWHS, Principal Stan Stokley would like to thank you for supporting the Coke Sale. Delivery is September 17, from 8:00 a.m. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

George H. Curtis

George H. Curtis, age 84, died Sunday, September 7, 2003 at the Houston Medical Center. He was born in Lower Peach Tree, the son of the late Columbus J. More...

Clarke County Property Transactions

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Thomasville Police work 31 complaints last week

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville Police worked 31 complaints from Sept. 1 through Sept. 7, resulting in 12 misdemeanor arrests. More...