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September 2, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

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Closed Labor Day

The Thomasville Times office will be closed Monday, Sept. 6, in observance of Labor Day. More...

Artur Davis addresses gamut of issues

Congressman Artur Davis addressed about 50 constituents at Thomasville City Hall, Monday evening, answering questions varying from prescription drug costs to the polarization of the American people. More...

Smith home destroyed in fire

The Thomasville Volunteer Fire Department reported a total loss of Roger Smith More...

Two car accident on Hwy. 43

A two-vehicle accident Wednesday morning at the corner of Wilson Avenue and Hwy. 43 involved Beverly Phillips Haskew, driving a 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix and Kenyatta Scherrie Malone, driving a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am. More...

Special Sections

People

Bohannan, Nichols to say vows Nov. 6

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Bohannan and Mr. and Mrs. Trice Nichols, of Prattville announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their children, Mary Denise Bohannan to Carleton Shahan Nichols. More...

Wiggins attends class in Oklahoma

Phyllis Wiggins, owner of Forget Me Not Floral & Gifts in Thomasville, recently completed the class entitled In Style Trends hosted by Teleflora at its state of the art Education Center in Oklahoma City, Okla. More...

Headleys celebrate 50th anniversary

Paul and Carolyn Headley of Pine Hill were honored at a reception Sunday, Aug. 29 at the Pine Hill Chapel on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary. Hosting the 2 p.m. celebration were their children and their families. More...

School

Drum major duo Robinson and Thompson lead the THS band

The one leadership position with the most responsibility that a student can obtain in Marching Band is the role of Drum Major. More...

A week THS will never forget

Another week has come and gone at Thomasville High School. Last week was full of both triumph and immense sorrow. The students of THS lost a beautiful, loving and valuable classmate and friend. More...

ASCC announces honors list

A number of students have been named to honor lists for Summer Semester at Alabama Southern Community College which offers classes in Mon-roeville, Thomasville, Gilber-town, and Jackson. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Littleton Young Beauford Littleton Young Beauford, 74, of Mobile died Aug. 20, 2004 at Twin Oaks Nursing Home in Mobile. Funeral services were Aug. 27 at 11 a.m. at Epiphany Lutheran Church in Lamison with Bishop Simon Bodley officiating. More...

Area Calendar

Diabetic Support Group Meeting The Diabetic Support Group will meet Sept. 2 at 6:30 p.m. More...

Clarke County Property Transactions

Marriage license applications Antorius M. Craig, to Nicki M. James; Henry Wyche Witherspoon, to Jacklyn Renea Patrick; Devin W. Walker, to Margaret V. More...

Schmidt earns Eagle Scout

Matthew Schmidt will become the first Eagle Scout from the Thomasville area in the past15 years, during the Eagle Court of Honor ceremony at Pineview Baptist Church on Saturday at 3 p.m. More...

Dolbare and Lathan seek District 65 House Seat

Special to The Times Gloria Dolbare, the widow of long-time State Rep. Jeff Dolbare, has announced that she is a candidate for the District 65 seat left vacant by the untimely death of her husband last month. More...

Pine Hill rejects water district

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Special election schedule announced

Gov. Bob Riley has an-nounced the schedules for a special election to fill the legislative seat, House District 65. More...

Martindale accepts Jones Fellow Award

Past District Governor, Richard E. Martindale, was awarded the Melvin Jones Fellow Award by the Thomasville Lions Club at a recent meeting. More...

Thomasville High School Class of 1952

Thomasville High School class of 1952 reunion was held at the home of Bobby and Julia Reid on May 15. More...

Editorials

Errors in last week’s Times deflates editor’s ego

A bit of hot air rose to the sky last week as my ego deflated. After being absent from the writing profession for 10 years, the wheels didn More...

Bush and Kerry need to keep rhetoric about past to minimum

The yaa-yaaing back and forth between supporters of incumbent Republican President George W. More...

Will Judge Clemon be removed from Siegelman’s criminal case?

MONTGOMERY More...

Religion

Resurrection of Jesus imperative to Christianity and to each of us

The resurrection of Jesus Christ is imperative to Chris-tianity and each person who places his or her faith in Jesus is adopted into the Father More...

Aimwell dedicates fellowship hall

Irene Daniels (left) and Dell Rogers, the most senior members of Aimwell Baptist Church, performed ribbon cutting duty during the dedication of the church More...

Father Havens visiting Vatican; completing course

Although the Clarke County Catholic Community is considered one of the smallest in the United States, the parish priest Father Jim Havens has received a distinct honor. More...

Sports

Tigers beat Bulldogs in season opener

The Thomasville Tigers opened their 2004 season with a 33 to 15 victory over the Sweet Water Bulldogs. As expected, Coach Jack Hankins felt the Sweet Water team brought a tough physical team to Anderson field for the opener. More...

Bulldogs show promise

Despite losing their season opener to the Thomasville Tigers 33 to 15, the Sweet Water Bulldogs had some positives that came from the game. In Coach Stacy Luker More...

Gators put down 9th ranked Knights

After falling behind early, the Clarke Prep School Gators roared back to down the Class AAA Knights of Macon-East 20-8 in Grove Hill last Friday night. More...