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September 24, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

City mourns loss of Burke Lewis

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville mourned the loss of one of the cornerstones of its business community last week when Burke Lewis passed away. More...

Council okays budget, along with modified garbage rate increase

The Thomasville Times

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Wilcox lawmen make two arrests in murder case

CAMDEN - Wilcox County lawmen arrested two Pine Apple men Monday in connection with the August 24 murder of an Oak Hill man. More...

Coroner says money needed for dispatchers, not equipment at E-911

GROVE HILL - Clarke County Coroner Keith Knight questioned spending money on new equipment for the E-911 Center Monday, suggesting at one point that the dispatchers need to do their jobs better for the system to function properly. More...

Cub Scouts Selling Popcorn

The annual Popcorn Fundraiser of Thomasville Cub Scout Pack 51 is now in progress. More...

THS Alumni and Friends to meet October 25

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

Thomasville Church of God holding homecoming

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School board okays preliminary budget Thursday

Group will meet again on October 9 to approve the

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Area lawmen record ten arrests at county jail last week

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

Special Sections

School

THS Band performs at Troy State

Special to the Times

TROY - The Thomasville High School Marching Band had a busy week last week. More...

Boys and Girls Club plans annual dinner

Boys and Girls Club News

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THS

School News
THS students take Alabama High School Graduation Exam

The Alabama High School Graduation Exams are being held this week. They are available for Juniors and Seniors that have not passed a given section. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Maggie Myrtle Megginson Anderson

Mrs. Maggie Myrtle Megginson Anderson, age 95, a native of Thomasville and a resident of Jackson, died Wednesday, September 17, 2003 at a Jackson health care facility. Mrs. Anderson, a homemaker, was a member of Walker Springs Baptist Church. More...

TPD works 24 complaints

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville Police worked 24 complaints from Sept. 15 through Sept. 21, resulting in two misdemeanor arrests. More...

Thomasville Police Weekly Activity Report

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Meningitis cases reported at Thomasville High School

Two cases were diagnosed as the milder, viral form of the diseaseThe Thomasville Times

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville School Officials believe that the worst may be behind them after two students from Thomasville High School were diagnosed with viral meningitis last week. More...

Lawmen work to ID body found in woods

GROVE HILL - Clarke County lawmen are still investigating an unidentified decomposing body that was discovered off of the Walnut Hill Road in the Blue Mountain community west of Grove Hill last Thursday evening. More...

City site of firefighter day

THOMASVILLE - Firefighters from all over Alabama will be converging on the city this weekend for the 19th annual Volunteer Firefighter Appreciation Day, hosted by the Clarke County Firefighters More...

Billie Fore Honored

Clarke County License Commissioner Billie Fore was honored with a retirement reception Tuesday, Sept. 23 at the Clarke County Courthouse. She began working in the probate office in 1961 and for the past 12 years has served as license commissioner. More...

Regional water district to seek three grants

The Thomasville Times

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Barlow Bend group addresses county commission about roads again

GROVE HILL - Hattie Gibby Cameron was back at the Clarke County Commission meeting again Tuesday morning to request help in getting the roads in the Barlow Bend area paved. More...

Several cases on tap for civil court next week

GROVE HILL - A number of civil cases are set to be tried before juries in Clarke County Circuit Court next week. More...

GOCO helps out Sweet Water School

Special to the Times

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Historical Society to meet in Whatley Sunday

Special to the Times

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Church of God in Christ sponsoring cleanup day October 4

Special to the Times

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TMHRC to close by October 12

City still working with state on alternate use for facilityThe Thomasville Times

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville Mental Health Rehabilitation Center will likely be closed by October 12, Mayor Sheldon Day told the council Monday night. More...

Calendar

Area Calendar

Clean-up Day planned

The Thomasville Church of God In Christ is sponsoring a Neighborhood Clean-up Day Saturday, Oct. 4 beginning at 8 a.m. An information meeting will be held Monday, Sept. More...

Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Street magician would not be welcome in downtown Thomasville

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

Guest Columnist

First Lady working to help preserve nation

South Alabama was extremely honored last week to receive a visit from a lady who has become a special friend to all of us here on the Gulf Coast. More...

Good old days just cannot be beaten

The Alabama Scene

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Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

God placed within us an image of the divine

In the Sisten Chapel, Michelangelo poured his life into his art. There is one scene in this ceiling mural above all others that capture our attention. More...

Church Calendar

New Greater First Baptist Revival

Revival services are being held at New Greater First Baptist Church each night this week through tomorrow night, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. The evangelist is the Rev. Willie L. Sullivan, pastor of Bethany Baptist Church in Atlanta. More...

Thank You

The family of Jimmie Ruth "Missie" Edwards would like to thank you for each act of kindness shown us during her illness and after her death. More...


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