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October 15, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

THS Homecoming Court

Members of the Thomasville High More...

Larry Gill wounded in grenade atttack in Iraq

MOBILE - Thomasville Police Officer and National Guardsman Larry W. Gill was injured last week in a grenade attack while serving in Iraq. More...

100th Customer At 100th Anniversary

Dana Irvin of Vineland, left, is shown with Dozier Hardware More...

Pine Hill Police issue monthly activity reports

PINE HILL - Pine Hill Police Chief John Brown presented reports from August and September to the Town Council Monday night. More...

CDF kickoff is next Thursday

JACKSON - The Clarke County Development Foundation will hold a kickoff celebration for the new public/private partnership program for economic development Thursday, Oct. 23. More...

Special Sections

People

Fulton VFD to celebrate silver anniversary Sunday afternoon

FULTON - Firefighting in Fulton started out on a fairly basic level but the fire department has grown the last 25 years into a formidable fire unit. More...

Twenty-four attend Worthwhile meet

THOMASVILLE  More...

Fossil hunt in GH Saturday

GROVE HILL - A free public fossil hunt lead by the Alabama Paleontological Society will be Saturday. More...

Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

The

What exactly is the "good life"? I really don More...

Church Calendar

Gospel Singing

There will be a gospel singing at Calvary Baptist Church in Greenwood(four miles north of Grove Hill) Saturday, Oct 18 at 7 p.m. Featured singers will be The Revelators and other from Thomasville. More...

Sunday School Attendance

Thomasville United Methodist Men

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

Sports

Bulldogs ‘separate’ from Tigers in area race

Big win over THS leaves UMS-Wright in driver

MOBILE - While Saturday was called "Separation Saturday" in college football, UMS-Wright More...

CHS falls to Frisco City, 8-6

Bad snap on punt proves to be difference in region contest

FRISCO CITY - A bad snap on a punt led to the only points given up by the Coffeeville Panthers in their 8-6 region loss to the Whippets of Frisco City in Frisco City last Friday night. More...

Bulldogs scalp Indians, preparing for Patriot invasion Friday night

CARROLLTON - Sweet Water High School More...

Highway 5 four-laning will not begin anytime soon, PH Council learns

The Thomasville Times

PINE HILL - Work on four-laning Alabama Highway 5 from Thomasville to Pine Hill won More...

Student caught with gun on THS campus

THOMASVILLE - Last Thursday morning, school officials removed an unloaded, small-caliber automatic pistol from a locker at Thomasville High School. More...

City discusses MLK Street sidewalk project

The Thomasville Times

THOMASVILLE - A new sidewalk for the Martin Luther King Street area was explained at Monday night More...

Commission to appoint road committee

The Thomasville Times

GROVE HILL - Clarke County Commissioners Tuesday agreed to appoint five citizens from each of the five commission districts to a special committee to look at road needs in the county and possible funding solutions to set up a paving and road improvem More...

Malfunction silences steam whistle in Fulton, mill looking to get it fixed

The Thomasville Times

FULTON - For more than 100 years, the steam whistle at Scotch More...

Marengo Circuit Clerk asks commission to help save jobs

The Thomasville Times

LINDEN - Marengo County Circuit Clerk Rusty Nichols asked the Marengo County Commission for help in preserving one of two positions in his office that will be elimiated by the Administrative Office of Courts in Montgomery. More...

Woman faces charges after hitting husband with bowl, igniting mattress

JACKSON - Kellia Belton, 27, of Jackson was arrested by Chief Deputy Donnie Arnold Oct. 8 on warrants held by the Clarke County Sheriff More...

Several cases met with guilty pleas during settlement period

GROVE HILL - Criminal settlement court was held in Clarke County Circuit Court Oct. 7-10. The following cases were settled last week. Those that were not settled will be heard during the criminal jury term which begins Oct. 27. More...

Calendar

CHS "Ole Timers" Reunion scheduled

All former students and teachers of Coffeeville High School are invited to attend an "Ole Timers" Reunion to be held at the school Saturday, Oct. More...

Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Sounds affect our lives in ways we cannot measure

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

Guest Columnist

National media is missing the positive side of the Iraq storyU.S. Congressman

While the last seven days were marked by an abbreviated work week in our nation More...

Fiscal crisis may make state drop DROP

The Alabama Scene

MONTGOMERY - Having only recently made it abundantly clear how unconcerned you are about the financial crisis in state government most of you are probably in no mind to hear any more about it...but hear it you must. More...

School

Tate Luker takes part in talent search

Special to the Times

SWEET WATER - Congratulations to seventh grader Tate Luker, who participated in the Duke University More...

Band getting ready for homecoming

THS Band News

THOMASVILLE- Greetings from the Thomasville Band room! Last week was more of a "settling stage" for the Marching Tiger Band. More...

Clarinet Section

The THS clarinet section:(back row, left to right) Keenya Martin, Evelyn Washington, Bethany Rush, section leader Natasha Palmer, Mary Barren, Jeanette Sewell. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Betty Ann Gates

Betty Ann Gates, age 34, a resident of Lower Peach Tree died Sunday, Oct. 5, 2003 at Thomasville Infirmary. More...

Courthouse Records

Marriage license applications

Horace Bradford Larrimore, to Elizabeth Ann Kinman; Elston Curtis Womack, to Kartika Danyeal Presnall; James Edward McGhee Jr., to Demetris Lashanda Bernard; Van Finney, to Edna H. More...

TPD makes one felony arrest, 15 misdemeanor arrests last week

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville Police made one felony arrest and 15 misdemeanor arrests from October 6 through October 12. More...


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