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November 19, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Hunting, fishing, outdoors pump billions into state, local economies

THOMASVILLE - Saturday marks the opening day of gun deer season and a potential boom in the city More...

Grove Hill Council holds quick meeting

GROVE HILL - The Grove Hill Town Council met for only about eight minutes Monday evening, tending to a handful of routine business items. More...

Special Sections

People

Brookshire Manor residents enjoy bingo, many visitors last week

Brookshire Manor News

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Annual Christmas Parade set for December 6

THOMASVILLE - Edmon McKinley, chairman of the annual Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade, has announced this year More...

Cogle To Celebrate 104th Birthday

Libby Pauline Cogle, a resident of Richmond, Va., will celebrate her 104th birthday on Nov. 26. She was born on Nov. 26, 1899 and has lived to see three centuries. More...

School

Sweet Water Second Six Weeks Honor Roll 1st Grade

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Band takes field for last time Friday

THS Band News

THOMASVILLE - The Thomasville High School Marching Tiger Band presented its final performance of its "Santana" show on Friday night at Trinity Presbyterian School. More...

Trumpet Section Members

Members of the trumpet section are: (left to right, standing) Trey Pritchett, John Sims, Caleb McDuff, Zack LeNoir, Bradley Bettis. (left to right, kneeling) Helen King and section leader Sarah Sparks. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

J. W. Allday

J. W. Allday, 67, a native of Grove Hill died Thursday, Nov. 13, 2003 at River West Medical Center Plaquemine, Lousiana. He was a U.S. Army veteran and a diesel mechanic. More...

Clarke County Courthouse Records

GROVE HILL - The following property transactions were recorded in the Clarke County Probate Office as of Wednesday, Nov. 12: More...

Thomasville Weekly Weather Report

Full Story

Commerce secretary talks with local leaders about region's economy

Day: Southwest Alabama not prepared yet for growth

MOBILE - Mayor Sheldon Day was among several local officials who attended a conference to promote economic development in southwest Alabama Monday. Held in Mobile, the conference featured Commerce Secretary Don Evans. More...

Marengo resident tells commission to mind ‘nickles and dimes’

The Thomasville Times

LINDEN - One Marengo County resident wants the county commission to keep a closer eye on its employees, specifically watching what the employees are doing while on the county More...

Could Have Been Worse

Friday morning, a log truck from Philadelphia, Miss. was traveling along Highway 43 when it popped over a hill and encountered a school bus, stopped in the road, packed with children. More...

GH National Guard Unit could leave Dec. 7 for call-up

GROVE HILL - Although no official mobilization orders have been received, it is expected that Company B of the 711th Signal Battalion in Grove Hill will leave Dec. 7 for Fort Stewart, Ga. in preparation to depart for Iraq. More...

Calendar

Bake Sale

The Bank of Pine Hill will sponsor a Thanksgiving Bake Sale Friday, Nov. 21 from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. The proceeds will be used for community projects. More...

Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Chasing the ghosts of bucks long gone

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

Guest Columnist

Congress working to help veteransU.S. Congressman

Last week, I was honored to join with many South Alabama veterans in a celebration and remembrance of their many sacrifices in defense of this great country. More...

Moore decision leads to glass consumption

The Alabama Scene

MONTGOMERY - There is an old saying in my trade which warns that those who live by the crystal ball will end up eating glass. More...

Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

Secret of achieving greatness is by serving others

Could Jesus be wrong? Let More...

Church Calendar

Area Singing

There will be a singing at Nicholsville Church of God Nov. 22 at 6 p.m. Featuring the One Way Band from Raleigh, MS. Everyone More...

Thank You

The Thomasville High School Future Career and Career Leaders of America would like to thank the following people, businesses, and organizations for contributing to our first annual Family Fall Festival; Dozier Hardware, Buds-n- Bows, Radio Shack, Bad More...

Sports

MONTGOMERY - Trinity Presbyterian More...

Fast field paces annual charity run

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Williams Hands Off

Sweet Water Quarterback Dion Williams (3) hands off to Dominic Holt (27) during recent action for the Bulldogs. SWHS fell to Reeltown 41-14 in second-round action More...


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