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June 2, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Ace Getting Facelift

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Benefit set for Gary Glass at Magnolia Community Center

Special to the Times

MAGNOLIA  More...

BTAPC holding auditions for production

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Special Sections

People

Thomasville Lions Make Donations

Cub Scout Montana Prescott accepts a contribution from Lion President Jody Rawls as Webelos leader Marc Prescott looks on. More...

Creel’s Chapel holding homecoming

Homecoming will be held at Creels Chapel United Methodist Church June 6 with preaching at 11 a.m. Lunch in the fellowship hall after morning services. More...

First Baptist Fulton holding VBS June 6-9

Travel across the spectacular islands of Japan on a challenging race to win the ultimate prize! Racing Teams will need more than good fortune to complete this race at First Baptist Fulton More...

Religion

SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS

Contacting God is a lot harder than just dialing a phone number

Editor More...

Church Calendar

Kids Krusade

Thomasville Church of God will be sponsoring their annual Kids Krusade on June 1 through June 4. The church is located at 708 Brown St. Food and registration will be from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. More...

Nominations sought for Take Pride in America program

Take Pride In America is a program that encourages citizens to dedicate time and service to help protect and restore resources and facilities in their area. More...

Sports

Travelers to kick off summer season with weekend tourney

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville More...

Youth baseball, softball tournaments begin with

7-8 Year Old tilt June 18

THOMASVILLE - As the youth baseball and softball seasons come to an end next week, players will be selected for all-star squads in various age groups. More...

Area players gearing up for All-Star clash

MOBILE - When the Alabama all-star football squad arrived at Brookley Field Sunday, at least two among that group, were happy to be included on the team. More...

Spence Walker wins DA race

GROVE HILL -Despite bad weather throughout southwest Alabama, some 12,836 voters from Clarke, Washington and Choctaw Counties made it to the polls to vote in the District Attorney More...

What’s next for TMHRC facility?

While politicians debate, facility

THOMASVILLE - While all the political wrangling continues over the fate of the Thomasville Mental Health Rehabilitation Center, the buildings and property that once housed the center are falling into disrepair. More...

Five Generations

Five Generations of the Noble family gathered at a recent reunion. Pictured are: Hilary Maxwell Noble, Mrs. Lillie Harrison, Pamela Noble Baker, Brandon Maxwell Baker, and Zachery Caden Baker. All reside in Thomasville. More...

Locals on Troy honors list

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Calendar

AL-ANON Meets

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

Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

Low voter turnout actually very good for state, nation

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

Take time to salute nation’s heroes

This week, as Americans celebrate the long Memorial Day weekend with family cookouts and trips to the beach, I hope they will also take a moment to consider the true meaning of the day. More...

Siegelman indictment not a big surprise

MONTGOMERY-The biggest surprise of the blockbuster story that rocked the state late last week that former Gov. Don Siegelman had been indicted ... the biggest surprise was that the indictment was so long in coming. More...

School

Locals receive scholarships to AU

Special to the Times

AUBURN More...

Sweet Water Top Five

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Sheffield attends Youth Leadership Seminar

Jessica Sheffield recently attended the Alabama Youth Leadership Seminar. Sheffield joined more than 80 other young leaders representing as many high schools from throughout Alabama. The conference was held at Huntingdon College in Montgomery. More...