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April 21, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Fulton man pleads guilty in stabbing death of cousin

GROVE HILL - After two days of testimony in a Fulton man pleaded guilty last Thursday to the stabbing death of his first cousin. This case concluded the criminal jury term in Clarke County Circuit Court, held last week. More...

Grove Hill residents ask council about run-down buildings

GROVE HILL - Representatives from the Wilson Hall and 4-H neighborhoods in Grove Hill asked Grove Hill Town Council members Monday about several buildings in the area which are deteriorating. More...

Birth

Riley Wayne Wilson

Ryan and Mandy Wilson of Grenada, Miss. announce the birth of their son, Riley Wayne Wilson, on April 13, 2004 at the River Oaks Baby Suites in Jackson, Miss. More...

Support Group formed for 711th Signal Battalion

GROVE HILL - A family support group for Grove Hill soldiers in Company A of the 711th Signal Battalion formally organized at Magnolia Perfect Parties restaurant Saturday. More...

People First Visit Montgomery

Clarke County People First, an advocacy group for individuals with cognitive learning disabilities, visited the state capital on Thursday, April 8 to rally for individuals with disabilities who have special needs and are on long waiting lists. More...

SWHS records 100 percent passing rate on State Graduation Exam

Special to the Times

SWEET WATER - For the second year in a row, Sweet Water High School More...

First Gobbler

Eight-year old Jacob Edmonds, also known as "Little Tater Bug," killed his first turkey Saturday morning while hunting with his Paw-Paw Tater Bug Champion. The 17-pound gobbler sported a 10-inch beard and one-inch spurs. More...

Austin Receives Black Belt

Eleven-year old Deavor Austin was awarded his first degree black belt by Grandmaster Ronald Ross at the promotional rank testing held April 6. More...

Special Sections

People

Clarke-Washington EMC lists winners of recent area essay contest

JACKSON - Clarke-Washington General Manager Stan Wilson recently announced the 2004 winners for the Washington D.C. Youth Tour contest. More...

WMU Meeting In Grove Hill

Grove Hill Baptist Church hosted the Clarke County Associational Women More...

Women’s Luncheon to focus on diets, nutrition

GROVE HILL - With all the diets around, have you ever wondered which one is right for you? More...

School

SWHS SADD members attend state convention

Special to the Times

SWEET WATER More...

THS

News
THS getting ready for prom this weekend

Thomasville High School has recovered from a "much needed" long weekend after a teacher in-service day. Students are back for the remainder of the academic year. More...

Marengo schools holding kindergarten, first grade signup

The Marengo County School System will conduct the kindergarten and first grade pre-registration clinic on Friday, May 7, from 9 until 11:30 a.m. and from 12 until 2:30 p.m. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Louise Nichols Dunn

Louise Nichols Dunn, 86, of Nicholsville passed away Tuesday, April 13, 2004 at Troy Health and Rehabilitation Center. Graveside service was held Wednesday, April 14 at 2 p.m. at the Old Liberty Cemetery with Rev. Bealie Harrison officiating. More...

Area 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. The goal of the Junior Miss program is to help young women further their education by providing college scholarship money. More...

Jackson to autograph books in GH Saturday

Special to the Times

GROVE HILL - History professor Harvey H. Jackson III will autograph copies of his new book, "Inside Alabama: A Personal History of My State" at the Clarke County Historical Museum Saturday, April 24 beginning at 2 p.m. More...

City cleanup slated for Saturday, April 24

Special to the Times

THOMASVILLE More...

Coffeeville man wounded in turkey hunting mishap

COFFEVILLE - A Coffeeville man was accidentally shot while turkey hunting Thursday afternoon. Family members say he will survive but lost his left eye in the mishap. More...

Sweet Water Youth Day

Youth baseball and softball season got kicked off in Sweet Water Saturday with Youth Day, which began with a parade through town. Curtis Luker was the grand marshal of the parade, which ended at the town More...

McFadden Park Improvements

Construction workers have been busy the last few weeks down at McFadden Park as they work to complete several renovations and improvements. Above, they are working on a new concession stand. More...

Leadership Clarke County Graduates

Leadership Clarke County held its graduation ceremony Thursday, April 1 at Grove Hill United Methodist Chuch. The guest speaker for the event was Debra Fox, mayor of Silas. More...

University of Mobile music camp set for June 14-18

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Stockman-Martin Reunion

On April 3 approximately 75 descendents of the late Henry and Eleanor Stockman and John Lee and Annie Martin of Vineland and Magnolia gathered together far a day of renewing acquaintances and fellowship among family members at the Magnolia Communiy C More...

Big Gobbler

Hunter Martin, 13, killed this 20-pound gobbler while hunting in the area recently. The gobbler had an eight-and-three-fourths inch beard and spurs that were more than an inch long. He is the son of Moose Martin of Millry. More...

Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Times finally gets moved into new digs on West Front Street

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

Iraqi hostilities hit home for area family

In the past several days, the fallout from the ongoing hostilities in Iraq has once again reached across the ocean and touched many of us here in south Alabama. More...

Judge Moore’s legal bill tops $500,000

MONTGOMERY More...

Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

Faith keeps pushing us onward, despite the obstacles in our paths

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Church Calendar

Elam CME Holding Celebration

Elam CME Church of Tallahatta Springs invites the general public to come out and celebrate the Resurrection by helping the church promote its building fund on Saturday, April 24 at 11 a.m. More...

Central Baptist welcomes new minister

Pastor Baggott, a native of Detroit, Mich., is no stranger to Alabama. He and Joanne were students at Southeastern Bible College in Birmingham during the 1980s and actually visited at Central Baptist during their years in Alabama. More...

Sports

Lady Tigers split DH with Jackson

JACKSON - Thomasville High School More...

Tigers begin second season against Choctaws

THOMASVILLE - As this week More...

Bozeman Stands Ready

Tiger third baseman Pace Bozeman stands ready for the Tigers in recent action. THS started the state playoffs Wednesday against Bibb County. More...


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