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May 26, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Women escape from flaming Volvo

THOMASVILLE - "The Lord was with us." More...

Thomasville DYS Unit still up and running

THOMASVILLE - One of the things that has always distinguished the Thomasville Department of Youth Service facilities from other such places is the amount of community support shown the center. More...

Several arrests recorded at jail

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Rice named paper machine superintendent at PH mill

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Old Lock Road costing more than expected

Although the Old Lock 1 Road project may cost an additional $100,000 to $120,000, the overruns may even out because of penalities being charged against the contractor for not completing the project on time, County Engineer Sam Noble told Clarke Count More...

Music night to be held at COGIC

Special to the Times

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Special Sections

People

Kevin Lyles has plenty of support in battle with deadly disease

THOMASVILLE - Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis may sound like Roman cuss words but it is really a disease that strikes people down in the primes of their lives. More...

Woman Wins Mother’s Day Basket

The Marengo County Relay for Life was held Friday, May 7. Pictured above was Doris Rutledge of the Bryan W. Whitfield Memorial Hospital Team with Suzanne Kelly of Butler. More...

Front Porch Tour in

Pine Apple
Special to the Times

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School

Thomasville Elementary School Awards Day

First grade Reading Award winners were Briana Jackson, Gracin Sutton, Fallon Utsey, Quarnaism Boykins, Jessi Dean, Ashley Dunn, Paige Harris, Payton Lane, Katherine Dixon, Luke Gilmore, Marleigh Lynn, Andrew Wingerter, and Grace Shirah. More...

Fifth graders tour Treasure Forest

Fifth graders from F. S. Ervin Elementary School in Pine Hill recently participated in the Classroom in the Forest program through the Extension Service, Forestry Service, and Treasure Forest members. More...

Williams to travel abroad

Special to the Times

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For The Record

Obituaries

George Fail Alford

George Fail Alford, a resident of Camden, passed away May 19, 2004. He was 90 years old. Funeral services were held Friday, May 21 at 11 a.m. at the Camden Baptist Church with Rev. Jack Green officiating. More...

Courthouse Records

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Thank You

I would like to express my sincere appreciation to everyone that has said a prayer for me, sent flowers, called, or prepared food for David and myself. More...

AG’s Office says Thomasville school board members must reside inside city limits

THOMASVILLE - Members of the Thomasville City Board of Education must reside inside the city limits in order to hold office. More...

Tuesday primary elections not filled with too many heated contests

THOMASVILLE - For most voters going to the polls on Tuesday, June 1 will seem like a fruitless exercise - especially for voters in Clarke County, most of whom will only vote in a couple of contested races. More...

Memorial Day service set for Monday morning

THOMASVILLE - Monday, May 31 is Memorial Day and local veterans will be gathering in downtown Thomasville to commemorate the holiday, designed as a day of mourning for those who passed away in service to the nation. More...

Paper will be closed for Memorial Day

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Getting Ready For Holiday Blitz

Thomasville Police Sgt. Adam Gunter checks his radar in preparation for the annual More...

Linden Lumber honors employees for their service

LINDEN - Linden Lumber Company is pleased to recognize and congratulate the following employees who achieved employment service anniversaries with the company in the month of April. More...

Website formed to help folks stop dipping, chewing

Special to the Times

For the first time, effective treatment for smokeless tobacco addiction is available on the Internet, thanks to a research study funded by the National Cancer Institute. More...

711th group planning events

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Mayor Day believes Pine Hill taking earnest look at joining new regional water district

THOMASVILLE - Mayor Sheldon Day told the Water Works and Sewer Board that he felt like Pine Hill would take an honest look at joining the Southwest Alabama Regional Water Authority, despite a lukewarm reception to the offer from the town More...

Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Kids should enjoy being bored More...

Nation needs to find ways to break its growing dependence on foreign oil

If any of you have stopped at the service station in recent days to fill up your car More...

Legislative session getting mixed reviews

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Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

Public schools have their faults but they are not instruments of evil

Parents beware. Did you know your children are getting an "anti-Christian education" in schools "run by the enemies of God?" This is the assertion made by Southern Baptist leaders T.C. More...

Men, boys of Round Hill Baptist pay tribute to ladies

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Church Calendar

Baptist Meeting Changed

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Sports

Johns, Stabler to play in All-Star game

Special to the Times

THOMASVILLE - Clarke County High School offensive lineman B.J. More...

THS Baseball Banquet

Varsity Baseball Players who received awards at last week More...

Clarke County High School hosting basketball camp June 1-3

GROVE HILL - Clarke County High School will have a basketball camp June 1-3 at the new gym. More...