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December 31, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Municipal elections to be decided in 2004

The Thomasville Times

THOMASVILLE - In addition to all the state, federal and county offices that will be up for election in 2004, folks who live in the municipalities in the area will also be voting on their city officials. More...

Special Sections

People

Brookshire residents enjoy Christmas

Brookshire Manor News

To all of you who have been missing the news, I apologize but have really been caught up in the holiday frenzy. Thanks for reading and missing us. More...

Chester Nobles advances in rank with USMC

Chester L. Nobles, a United States Marine, recently advanced in rank from private to private first class, effective Dec. 1. Nobles joined the Corps under the leadership of Sgt. More...

Basketball Registration

The Thomasville Recreation Department will hold registration for the basketball program. This is for ages 7 through 14. You must turn 7 by March 1, 2004 and no older than 14 on or before March 1, 2004 for this program. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Molly Noline Fitzhugh

Molly Noline Fitzhugh, 77 of Vineland, died Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2003 at Thomasville Infirmary. More...

TPD makes nine arrests last week

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville Police worked 26 complaints from Dec. 22 through Dec. 28, resulting in nine misdemeanor arrests. More...

Courthouse Records

GROVE HILL - The following property transactions were recorded at the Clarke County Probate Office as of Wednesday, Dec. 24: More...

Several offices will be on ballot in 2004

The Thomasville Times

THOMASVILLE - American voters will be heading to the polls in 2004 to elect officials on the federal, state and county levels. More...

Workless numbers mixed in region

MONTGOMERY - Unemployment numbers for southwest Alabama were mixed for November, according to figures released by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations. More...

City eyeing several projects in 2004

THOMASVILLE - While a lot of work got done in Thomasville in 2003, Mayor Sheldon Day said things will not slack up in 2004 as the city has several projects on tap for the coming year. More...

Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Seeing toes tops New Year

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

Make positions clear to the public

The Alabama Scene

MONTGOMERY More...

Editorial

Megan Smith should be remembered for how she brought people together

Many folks in the area were shocked to learn that Megan Smith had died last week, just three days before Christmas. More...

Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

Best way to keep resolutions is to make them public

The problem with resolutions is they are private. "I resolve to eat less, exercise more, read more, waste less time," and the list goes on and on. More...

Church Calendar

Clarke Baptist Association

As a result of at least 7 fires in the county during the last four weeks, the Clarke Baptist Association More...

Thank You

Words will never express the gratitude we feel to each one that reached out to us in the sickness and death of our beloved husband and father Thomas (Tom) Pope. More...

Sports

Lady Tigers Win Tournament

Thomasville High School More...

Another Big Clarke County Buck

Five-year old Jackson Fendley shows off a big buck that was killed in the area recently. The buck sported a heavy, 10-point rack and he weighed in at over 185 pounds. More...

Lady Tigers win holiday tournament

GROVE HILL More...