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April 28, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Car wrecks claim two lives in Clarke

THOMASVILLE - Two car wrecks last week claimed the lives of two Clarke Countians. More...

Council overcomes concerns on golf course feasibility study

THOMASVILLE - Two weeks after airing some dissent on funding a study to determine the feasibility of a golf course in Thomasville, the city council voted unanimously to fund the study, which will cost city taxpayers $6,200. More...

Special Sections

People

UPS Employees Recognized

Two United Parcel Service (UPS) employees were recognized at a special ceremony Friday at the Thomasville office. At left, Willie Berry receives the 25-year employee certificate from U.S. More...

Sweet Water kindergarten signup is Friday, May 7

Special to the Times

SWEET WATER - Sweet Water School More...

Nominations sought for Leadership Clarke County class

Special to the Times

GROVE HILL - Leadership Clarke County More...

School

Art Students Do Well

Thomasville High School students competed in the Federal Junior Duck Stamp Competition and the students pictured above received honorable mention (front): Jill Harvell and Jessica Sheffield (back): Cherrilyn Horn, Olivia Roberts, Andrew Parten, Drew More...

Ervin Wins First Place

President Dr. James M. Mitchell (far right) presents Whitney Ervin (middle) and WCHS Business Education teacher, Mrs. Brenda Autry (far left) with the awards. More...

USAA recognizes Laura Galbraith

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For The Record

Obituaries

Clayton Marion Boutwell

Clayton Marion Boutwell, 79, of Demopolis (formerly of Pine Hill) passed away Thursday, April 22, 2004 at Bryan W. Whitfield Memorial Hospital. More...

Area Calendar

AL-ANON meets

AL-ANON meets every Thursday night at 6:30 at Pineview Baptist Church (enter door Moore Street entrance behind church). For more information call 636-9985. More...

Courthouse Records

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Sessions: Nation making progress in anti-terror war

THOMASVILLE - America is making strides in the War on Terror. More...

Relay for Life kicks off Friday night at Gates Drive Park

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Tax group meets in Thomasville

THOMASVILLE - More than 95 tax officials and their employees from a 19-county region in south Alabama converged on the Thomasville campus of Alabama Southern Community College Thursday. More...

Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Council needs to proceed lightly on golf question

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

Good participation in Crosswalk event

Thank you very much for your coverage of the recent Good Friday Community of Faith Crosswalk. I appreciate the picture and visibility. More...

Thanks for support of anti-litter campaign

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Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

Language helps define how we think of issues, ourselves

We have all heard or read how the medium shapes the message. Most often we speak of how television has shaped the news. News is the message, it tells us about war, the economy, trends, and legislative concerns. More...

Church Calendar

Annual Women

Annual Women More...

Sunday School

Attendance
Pineview Baptist Men

Eddie Foster, Leon Clark, Cliff Scarbrough, Frank Jackson, Fred Hinson, John Wayne Overstreet, Joe Clayton, Clarence Newton, Ralph Smyly, Winston Parden, and Windell Sheffield. More...

Sports

Speaking The Language

Nathan Moore killed his big gobbler Tuesday morning, April 27 while hunting in south Marengo County. The bird had an 8-and-a-half inch beard and three-quarter inch spurs. The turkey weighed 16 pounds. He called up the big bird around 7:45 a.m. More...

Tigers are third round bound!

Tiger pitcher Jesse Luker fires to the plate in More...

Tigers vanquish hit-happy Choctaws in 2-1 duel

THOMASVILLE - Baseball gurus, pundits and so-called experts will all just about agree on one thing - good pitching overcomes good hitting everyday. More...