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September 17, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

City waiting for word on TMHRC

THOMASVILLE - Nothing official has been said about the future of Thomasville Mental Health Rehabilitation Center but Mayor Sheldon Day said the center will likely be here a little longer than originally projected. More...

Remembering 9/11

Food Fair manager Larry Sheffield is shown with Acting Police Chief Billy Hicks. The store recently provided the TPD with lunch in rememberance of Patriot Day. More...

Alumni and Friends Reunion is Saturday, Oct. 25

THOMASVILLE - The Alumni and Friends Reunion of Thomasville Schools are planning their annual reunion for Saturday, Oct. 25. More...

Military News

Full Story

Lewis Honored

Burke Lewis, of Thomasville, was presented an honorary plaque by the Alabama Pest Control Association for his 40 years in the industry. Shown here are his sons, Neil, Alan and Scott Lewis, accepting the plaque on their father More...

Special Sections

People

Etheridge, Mayo to wed here October 4

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Etheridge and Ms. Carolyn H. Etheridge of Thomasville announce the engagement of their daughter, Laurie Ann Etheridge, to Mark Anthony Mayo, son of Mr. More...

Births

Aleise Bryne Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Shane Williams (nee Kristina Spira) of Thomasville proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Aleise Bryne born Sunday, August 10, 2003 at 4. More...

CWEMC holds annual meeting in Chatom

Special to the Times

CHATOM  More...

School

THS Band makes homefield debut

Special to the Times

THOMASVILLE - Greetings from the Thomasville Band room. The band was thrilled to be a part of Thomasville More...

THS

School News
THS to begin selection of homecoming maids

Greetings from Thomasville High School! Once again, congratulations are in order to the Tiger Football Team on their third-straight victory of the season. More...

School officials ask parents to keep eye on children at games

According to Thomasville High School officials the school has enjoyed a great start this year and they look forward to many successful events in the future. More...

For The Record

Obituary

Billy Joe Kelly

Billy Joe Kelly, age 44, a welder with Waddell Mechanical, died Friday, September 12, 2003 in an Oneonta health care facility. He was a native of Grove Hill and a resident of Demopolis. More...

Property Transactions

GROVE HILL - The following property transactions were recorded in the Clarke County Probate Office as of Sept. 11: More...

TPD arrests woman on outstanding warrants

THOMASVILLE - In the course of running a routine background check, the Thomasville Police Department found that a woman seeking help with paying for car repairs was wanted on numerous warrants from Pickens County. More...

Mayor hoping South Korea trip will yield jobs

The Thomasville Times

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville Mayor Sheldon Day will be promoting Thomasville, Clarke County and all of southwest Alabama when he joins a special state delegation in a visit to South Korea Oct. 27-31. More...

Task Force takes cousins into custody

JACKSON - Two cousins were arrested Sept. 10 after Task Force One agents received information they were trying to purchase drugs. More...

Hospital sale should be done by end of month

THOMASVILLE - Work on getting the deal closed on the sale of Thomasville Infirmary should be wrapped up by the end of September. More...

Work on downtown project grinding towards the end

The Thomasville Times

THOMASVILLE - Work on the downtown project is grinding towards completion as workers have wrapped up work on the major phases and are now going through a detailed punchlist of things to redo along the project route. More...

GH Council adds penny sales tax

The Thomasville Times

GROVE HILL - The Grove Hill Town Council used a new additional one-cent sales tax, a new tobacco tax and hoped-for dividends from the local natural gas utility to pass a balanced budget of $1,293,000 Monday night. More...

Clarke Baptist Assn. to hold 120th meet

The 120th Annual Meeting of the Clarke Baptist Association will be at the First Baptist Church, Fulton on Tuesday, September 23rd. There will be two sessions; 1:00 P.M. and 6:30 P.M. More...

Chip Harrigan offering three bulls in upcoming Wiregrass sale

GROVE HILL - Clarke County cattle breeder Chip Harrigan of Orange Hill Farms in Grove Hill will offer three Angus bulls in the Alabama Beef Cattle Improvement Association Wiregrass Evaluation Bull Sale on Oct. 18 at Phil Farris Farm in Elba. More...

Calendar

Area Calendar

Thomasville Public Library Storytime sign up announced

It More...

Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Cash also had sense of humor, remember

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

Tax plan supporters still don’t understand why recent measure failed so miserably with voters

Alabama Policy Institute

In the aftermath of the overwhelming defeat of the proposed $1.2 billion tax increase, the supporters of the plan have been scrambling to explain why it was rejected. And with few exceptions, they still don More...

Special session will be a ‘blood bath’

The Alabama Scene

MONTGOMERY - About as emphatically as they could the voters of Alabama told Gov. Bob Riley what he could do with his $1.2 billion tax-accountability package. More...

Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

Remembering Johnny Cash as a preacher

This may sound funny but I will remember Johnny Cash as a preacher. I More...

Church Calendar

Robinson To Speak At Women

Ray Robinson will be the guest speaker for Jackson Aglow More...

Sunday School Attendance

Thomasville United Methodist Men

Gilmer Beverly, Ellis Brasell, Laverne Mott, Norman Loper, teacher. More...

Sports

Tigers beach Dolphins, 81-14

Twelve different Tigers run the ball in Friday night

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville High School More...

Marengo rallies to beat Shields, 18-7

DIXONS MILLS - Marengo High School More...

Bulldogs dim Sunshine, 56-8

NEWBERN - Sweet Water High School More...


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