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April 14, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Area Churches Celebrate Easter

Rev. Phillip Craddock leads the way as Norman Loper carries the cross in More...

Special Sections

People

Joye Smith retires from The Times after 35 years

I answered the phone one day at The Thomasville Times and then owner and editor Pace Bozeman said, "Evelyn, find out if Leroy has enough pigs." More...

Lamison native pens book

THOMASVILLE - Lamison native Bonnie Harvell Gibson has recently written a book entitled, "Swivel Hips, Pitiful and Ugly Mug." More...

LOOKING BACK

Easter comes and goes quickly this year

Easter, that most beautiful of spring celebrations, has come and gone so quickly. Next to Christmas it More...

School

Art Contest Winner

Camelia Forte More...

Marengo Technology Students Help Build Case

Pictured with the new flag case are: (front row) Commissioner Ken Tucker, Jack Kirkpatrick of the VFW Post 5377, Commission Chairman Max Joiner, Jack Dixon of the Marengo Technology Center; and Commissioner Freddie Armstead. More...

Technology students help build flag case

LINDEN - Students at the Marengo Technology Center recently helped honor the county More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Vema Mae Pruett

Vema Mae Pruett, 77, of Thomaston passed away on Saturday, April 3, 2004 at Forest Manor Nursing Home. More...

PHPD seeking grants for school officer, taser guns, bulletproof vests, computers

PINE HILL - Pine Hill Police Chief John Brown told the town council Monday night that his department will be seeking several grants in upcoming weeks. More...

Thank You

Thank you seems so little to pay to all of the people who have been praying for me during my stay and surgery in the hospital. But I thank each of you who said a prayer in my behalf and sent cards, called or brought food. More...

Council balks at golf course study

THOMASVILLE - The Thomasville City Council, usually agreeable to Mayor Sheldon Day More...

County takes down last of yellow ribbons

GROVE HILL More...

The Times finally going back home

THOMASVILLE - After 26 years, The Thomasville Times is finally going back "home." More...

PH Council to seek infrastructure money from ALDOT

PINE HILL - Pine Hill More...

Calendar

Clarke County Junior Miss Sign-up

The 2005 Clarke County Junior Miss program is scheduled for May 1 at the Clarke County High School Auditorium. More...

Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Lots of stuff about newspaper in this week

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

Editorial

City should help developers without getting itself into the golf business

Ninety-nine percent of the time, Thomasville More...

AU Board finally gets a new look

MONTGOMERY More...

Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

We can no more do without oxygen as we can without God

"Life will be given away, this I am sure of . . . there is no doubt. We will give our lives to idolatry . . . addiction . . . or the supernatural but make no mistake it will be given to something. More...

Sunday School Attendance

Thomasville United Methodist Church Men

Gilmer Beverly, Ellis Brasell, and Norman Loper, teacher. More...

Church Calendar

Elam Anniversary Celebration

Elam CME Church of Tallahatta Springs will be holding a special celebration singing to mark the ninth anniversary of the Voices of Harmony. The event will be held on April 18 at 1:30 p.m. More...

Sports

Tigers capture second-straight area title

MONROEVILLE - Last Thursday night, Thomasville High School More...

JV Tigers take 7-3 decision over MCHS

MONROEVILLE - Thomasville High School More...

Ross Wins Tourney

Grand Master Ronald Ross won first place in fighting; second place in weapons; and second place in forms in the Huntsville AKC Open Karate Tournament held on March 27 in the Rocket City. More...