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February 18, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

GH man indicted for murder

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Drug Dogs Visit Thomasville High School

Thomasville Police Corporal Bill Spinks, pictured above with K-9 Unit Kermit, was joined by Jimmy Huckba of the Choctaw County Sheriff More...

Sweet Water students compete in ASCC Technical Olympics

Special to the Times

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Church group starts walking program

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Special Sections

People

Thomasville Valentine King and Queen

Maynard Andrews and his wife, Inez were crowned Valentine King and Queen Feb. 13 at The Thomasville Nutrition Center. A fun time was enjoyed by all that attended. More...

Pine Hill Valentine King and Queen

Bill Gowan and his wife, Velma where declared "Valentine Sweethearts" by "Miss" Mary Nell Autery because of their dedication and involvement with the Pine Hill Nutrition Center. More...

Clarke County African-American Caucus to meet in Grove Hill next Thursday night

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School

THS

News
Mandi Nichols
School Correspondent
Annual Thomisana Beauty Review to be held this weekend at THS

Thankfully, all THS students were out of school this past Monday and Tuesday due to President More...

Matt Tucker receives scholarship to UWA

Special to the Times

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Alabama Technology Network offering courses

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For The Record

Obituaries

Minnie C. Holt Adams

Minnie C. Holt Adams, 75, of Montgomery, died Feb. 5, 2004 at Baptist Hospital in Montgomery. More...

Clarke County Courthouse Records

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Thank

You

We would like to thank everyone for the great outpouring of prayers, love, calls, and food in our time of sorrow. More...

Argument over electricity leads to Monday night shooting

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GH Councilman resigns at Monday night meeting

The Thomasville Times

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Practice Fire

Members of the Thomasville Volunteer Fire Department used the old house located between the Delmar and First United Security Bank as part of a practice drill Saturday. More...

Final deadline for youth league signup is Feb. 26

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Spelling Bee Winners

The Clarke County spelling bee was held Friday, Feb. 6 at Grove Hill Town Hall. Abby Neugent, right, won the bee and will compete at the state level later this year. More...

Registrars asking for help in updating voter records

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Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Anti-Americanism shows the enemies of freedom

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

Editorial

Primary system needs reforming or no public funds

During all the debate over how political campaigns are financed, politicians in Washington didn More...

Barron’s reign on AU board ends

The Alabama Scene

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Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

Worry has become our number one recreational activity

What if we had a candidate for President who told us exactly what he thought? How would we react to someone who told those of us who whined to get up and do something? More...

Church Calendar

"Walking Away the Pounds"

The Thomasville Pentecostal Church Ladies Ministry is starting an exercise program called "Walking Away the Pounds." The group invites the women of our community to join them on this adventure. Call Rachel at 636-2948 for more information. More...

Sunday School Attendance

Thomasville United Methodist Men

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