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February 25, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

PHPD confiscates over $100,000

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Plane goes down near Arlington during bad weather Monday

ARLINGTON More...

Special Sections

Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Lessons in school often get contradicted by real world experiences

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

LOOKING BACK

Rain typical for Alabama in February

The rain we are having over most of Alabama is typical of February and we have a few more days before March first. Then springtime will be only 20 days away. More...

Riley could take lessons from Tuberville

The Alabama Scene

MONTGOMERY More...

Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

Film dictates time for intense

With the release of Mel Gibson More...

Local Youth Group Takes Part In Food Drive

The youth of the Thomasville United Methodist Church participated is that Souper Bowl of Caring on Sunday Feb. 1. This is a nationwide drive to collect donations of food and money to help local charities. More...

Church Calendar

Concert, and Drama to be held at Linden Baptist Church

The Linden Baptist Church will be having a concert, drama and special speaker Saturday, Feb. 28 at 1 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 at the door. A pizza supper will be provided. For more information call 295-4278 for details. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Roderick Fernando Buford

Roderick Frenando Buford, 41, died Jan. 27, 2004. More...

Lost Load Of Logs

Traffic was backed up last Wednesday when this log truck lost its load of logs on Bashi Road, right near the City Limits. No one was hurt in the wreck, which was handled by the Thomasville Police Department. More...

Thomasville Police work 46 complaints, make 14 arrests

THOMASVILLE More...

City officials to get bump in pay after August vote

The Thomasville Times

THOMASVILLE - City officials will be getting a little more in their paychecks, starting in October when the mayor and council take their seats following the August elections. More...

Supe says school start bill stinks

The Thomasville Times

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Top Beauties

Thomasville High More...

Lawmen arrest kennel owner after hog-dog event

COFFEEVILLE More...

Calendar

Area Calendar

Arts Council to present " A Women Called Truth"

In celebration of Black History Month, the Arts Council of Thomasville presents "A Woman Called Truth". The one-act play tells about the life of former slave Sojourner Truth, a nationally known advocate for equality and justice. More...

People

Arts Council Officers

Members of the Arts Council of Thomasville More...

Arts Council holds its first-ever open house

Correspondent

THOMASVILLE - The Arts Council of Thomasville (ACT) hailed its First Annual Open House a success Saturday evening, Feb. 21. More...

Blues Artist visits Thomasville schools

THOMASVILLE  More...

School

THS

News
Mallory Morgan
School Correspondent
Beauty review comes off without a hitch

After potraying a beautiful representation of both traditional and contemporary Asian themes, the THS Yearbook staff can finally take a much needed break. More...

TMS Band Ranks Superior, Heading To State!

The Thomasville Middle School Band received an overall superior rating at last week More...

Marengo High Fourth Six Weeks Honor Roll

Grade 1
All A

A & B: Layala Calhoun, Jarell Chavers, Robin Dixon, LaRobyn Harris, Tatayana Kennedy, Elenor Lyons, Shatavius Mitchell, Floyd Simmons, Joquin Westbrook. More...

Sports

Lady Tigers bound for regionals in Mobile

THOMASVILLE More...

Luker Fires At The Hank

Tiger pitcher Jesse Luker fires a pitch to the plate at Hank Aaron Stadium Saturday in action against UMS-Wright. More...

Tigers wrap up play in Hank Aaron Classic

MOBILE More...