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July 21, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Japanese visitor likes town, nation

THOMASVILLE - During her life, Yukiko Ujiie has been all over the world but last week, she made her first trip ever to the American South. More...

Thomasville Police report quiet week in city

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville Police worked 42 complaints from July 12 through July 18, resulting in one felony arrest and 18 misdemeanor arrests. More...

Fulton fox failed fatal disease test; health dept. urges folks to be cautious

FULTON - While a fox found in the Fulton area did not test positive for rabies, officials with the Alabama Department of Public Health are warning people to keep an eye out for animals possibly carrying the deadly disease. More...

Pine Hill Police record arrests

PINE HILL - Pine Hill Police worked 24 complaints from July 12 through July 18, resulting in 10 misdemeanor arrests. More...

Revival, homecoming services set at Star Bethel PB Chuch

SWEETWATER _ The Annual Homecoming services will be held at Star Bethel P.B. Church in Sweet Water on Sunday, August 8 at 12 noon. Pastor John Wright will deliver the homecoming message. More...

Very few arrests reported at Clarke County Jail

Arrests booked through the Clarke County Jail over the past week are detailed below. More...

Rodeo to be held inJackson

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The Clarke County Historical Museum announces that it has recently completed its goal for the endowment campaign. A reception to celebrate the achievement is scheduled Sunday, June 25 at 4 p.m. More...

Birth

Larry Daryl (Bo)Cox II

Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Cox of Grenada, Miss. announce the birth of their son, Larry Daryl, II (Bo), on June 24, 2004. More...

Wildlife benefits of Longleaf pines

By:Richard Tharp, Wildlife Biologist

The original longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) ecosystem stretched across several southeastern states and covered approximately 90 million acres. Today only about three million acres of this tremendous forest remain. More...

Special Sections

People

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Boudreaux’s story to be included in anthology

LIVINGSTON - While working for The Thomasville Times last summer, Armond J. "Beaux" Boudreaux came across an idea, that led to a story that will be published in an upcoming anthology featuring young Alabama writers. More...

Kennedy, McMillian wed in Gatlinburg, Tenn. on July 7

Clara Denise Kennedy and Grady D. McMillian of Thomasville were united in Holy Matrimony on Wednesday, July 7, 2004 at the Wedding Chapel in the Glades in Gatlinburg, Tenn. More...

School

THS sets dates for orientation

Thomasville High School will hold its back to school orientation on July 26 and 27 in the high school gym. July 26 the senior orientation will be from 6 p.m. More...

Orientation to be held at Thomasville Elementary

New student registration for students who will be attending TES for the 2004-05 school years will be held Thursday, July 22 and July 29 from 8:30 a.m. More...

Historical Society to hear program on Father Ryan

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For The Record

Obituaries

Lee Mark Griffen

Lee Mark Griffen, 53, passed away July 9, 2004. Funeral services were held at Mt. Zion #2 Baptist Church in Grove Hill Saturday, July 17, 2004 at 11 a.m. More...

Area Calendar

AL-ANON Meets

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

Clarke County Property Transactions

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School board mulls $12 million budget

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville More...

Missing dog returns one year later

THOMASVILLE - For most folks in this area, when a dog goes missing, it usually means the animal won More...

Friday drug bust nets pound of pot

Suspect flees when cops approach; tracked down with dog,

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Rehabilitation group offers unique services

THOMASVILLE - Recovering from an injury or debilitating illness used to require numerous trips back-and-forth to larger cities but thanks to a new setup here, the Thomasville Hospital Therapy Services is venturing out into uncharted territory, seekin More...

Youth Conference to be held inJackson August 7

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McCaskill takes part in Naval exercise

Navy Seaman Lamar Z. McCaskill, son of Mose and Anniece Welch of Lower Peach Tree and his fellow ship mates recently participated in the Navy More...

No contested offices in Thomasville

THOMASVILLE - For folks expecting a big city election in Thomasville, there More...

Playing For State Title

The North Clarke 13-Year Old All-Stars were slated to play for the state title Wednesday evening in Troy. The team defeated Auburn on Tuesday to reach the final round of the state tournament. More...

Church holding services to help boost building fund

Special to the Times

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"United As One" Youth Conference

There will be a "United As One" Youth Conference Saturday, August 7, 3 p.m. at Gillmore Elementary School Gym. More...

Editorials

EDITOR’SNOTEBOOK

Area needs waning sirens, not pocketknife detectors! More...

Danger from Iraq was evident before war began

Over the past year, the events of both September 11, 2001, the period of time leading up to the terrorist attacks, and the justification for our entry into Iraq have been the subject of great speculation and even greater review here in our nation More...

Houston, Moore in ‘he-said, he-said’ match

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Religion

SPIRITUALREFLECTIONS

Sometimes, we need to remember that football is just a game

Elections are big, but in Alabama there is nothing bigger than football. More...

Sunday School Group Visits Visionland

The Sunday School at St. Thomas African Methodist Episcopal Church journeyed to Birmingham on Saturday, June 5 to Visionland. Everyone had a fun filled day, especially the little ones. More...

Joy Quartet to perform at Central Baptist

Special to the Times

The Joy Quartet from Pensacola Christian College will present a program of inspirational music on Friday, July 23 at 7 p.m. at Central Baptist Church of Dixons Mills. More...

Sports

Dixie Pre-Majors Tournament kicks off

THOMASVILLE - The following games were played at Tucker Field in the Dixie Pre-Majors State Tournament as of Monday afternoon. More...

New coaches believe in defense, discipline for basketball success

THOMASVILLE - Thomasville High School More...

Students Complete Course

Ty White and Tyler Montana Prescott successfully completed the requirements for the Advanced Bo Camp at Cooley More...