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March 3, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Pine Hill preacher proficient picker

Wright began playing music when he was just eight years oldThe Thomasville Times

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Trip was rough but it went well, Day says

The Thomasville Times

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Quiet week for PHPD

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Spence Walker seeking DA post

Grove Hill attorney Spence Walker has announced his intentions to seek the office of district attorney for Clarke, Washington and Choctaw counties. More...

Better Roads Committee hold first meeting

The Thomasville Times

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Day: Group was well-received

Continued from page 1AThe Thomasville Times

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Special Sections

School

THS

News
THS students involved in a lot of competitions last week

Last week was full of competitions around THS. The girls More...

Reed named National Merit Finalist

Special to the Times

Rebecca Alston Reed of Central Christian Academy has been selected as a Finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Rebecca is one of 237 seniors in the state of Alabama to advance to Finalist standing. More...

Marengo High gets website

Special to the Times

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For The Record

Obituaries

Jasper Nora Lynn Etheredge

Jasper Nora Lynn Etheredge, 75, of Morvin, died Monday, Feb. 23, 2004 at Springhill Memorial Hospital in Mobile. More...

Using lost debit card lands Marengo men in jail

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Courthouse Records

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County political parties to open qualifying at March 11 meets

From staff reports

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Williams Temple served as more than just a church

The Thomasville Times

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Beast Feast Draws Crowd

Norman Loper, left, travels through the serving line at Thomasville Baptist Church More...

Citizens of Fulton asked to attend sewer meeting Tuesday

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Group to seek grant to pay for improvements, moving E-911 center

Special to the Times

"Plan for the future," was the general consensus among emergency first responders who attended an E-911 meeting focused on moving and improving the 911 system in Clarke County. More...

Arrests made in Chance robbery

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Better Roads Committee Members

Members of the Clarke County Better Roads Committee are listed. Five members from each of the five commission districts were named to the board by the commissioners in each district. More...

GH Mayor Welch pleads not guilty

Special to the Times

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Calendar

Pre-registration

Pre-registration for 8th graders (students that are going to be next year More...

Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Animal rights fight gets dangerous when the law gets involved

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

Greenspan’s remarks about Social Security cuts reported out-of-context, Bonner says

U.S. Congressman

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Hubbert unfazed by GOP’s declaration of war

The Alabama Scene

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Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

Jesus offers us a spiritual
alternative to modern life
Continued from last week

Jesus has a counter-proposal to our pursuit of the good life. Jesus has another option for our pursuit of first place. The option is follow don More...

Beast Feast Draws Big  Crowd

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Church Calendar "Share" to kick off

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Sports

Tigers go 4-0 in Tombigbee Classic

THS rebounds from 1-3
showing at Hank Aaron Classic by sweeping tourney

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Driving To The Basket

Kristina Rembert (15) drives to the basket in Friday morning action against Demopolis in the regional tournament. For more on the game, see the story below. More...

Demopolis ends Lady Tigers’ run

MOBILE - The road to Birmingham for the Thomasville Lady Tigers came to an abrupt end at the Mitchell Center in Mobile as they lost 54-38 to Demopolis in the first round of the Class 4A Southwest Regional tournament. More...


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