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September 9, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

THS recognizes 1166th Military Police Unit

Thomasville High School recently presented the 1166th Military Police Unit of Thomasville with a huge flag in appreciation and recognition for their service to the country and the Thomasville community. More...

Day refutes allegations of dishonesty

Thomasville Mayor Sheldon Day refuted allegations from the Pine Hill City Council that Thomasville has not lived up to the 1979 Water Supply Agreement. More...

Gaddy remains in critical condition at USA

John Gaddy, 21 of Thomas-ville, remains in critical condition at the University of South Alabama Medical Center, as of Wednesday morning. More...

Arbor Day Foundation gives trees to members

Ten free trees will be given to each person who joins The National Arbor Day Foundation during Sept. 2004. More...

Hunters cautioned to avoid all bees

The recent discovery African-ized honeybees in Mobile County has the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources asking hunters to be more cautious when outdoors. More...

Wal-Mart donates equipment to law enforcement

Wal-Mart of Thomasville recently donated surviellence equipment to the Clarke County Sheriff More...

Outdoor Adventures offered

The Department of Con-servation and Natural Resources offers numerous events throughout the year that make it easy to help others learn about the outdoors. More...

Special Sections

People

Cline, Andrews wed at Weatherford House

The marriage of Dena Elaine Cline and Adam Michael Andrews took place July 17, 2004 at 5 p.m. at the Weatherford House and Gardens in Hueytown, with Brandon Cline and Charles Andrews officiating. More...

Edwards, Giardina exchange vows in Greenville

Miss Wimberly Kate Edwards and Nathan Gabriel Giardina were united in marriage in a 5 o More...

Stabler, Howard final plans for Sept. 11 at New Hope

Deatrice Marie Stabler and Henry DeJuan Howard will exchange wedding vows Sat-urday, Sept. 11 at 5 p.m. at New Hope No. 1 Baptist Church in Thomasville. More...

Sports

SWHS Bulldogs clobber Akron Rams

The Sweet Water Bulldogs rebounded very well from their season opening loss to Thomasville by handing the young Akron Rams a 70 to 14 old fashioned beating. More...

THS ‘out hits, out hustles, out plays’ JHS

Week two found the Thomasville Tigers picking up where they left off in week one with another good effort and playing with a lot of intensity. More...

Fun on the road

Being retired, semi retired or whatever my current status is has some definite benefits. One of the best ones is the flexibility of my daily schedule. More...

Selected Disney Grand Marshall

Jordan Doggett was selected as Grand Marshall of the daily Disney World parade while visiting the amusement park with her family during July. More...

‘Guys and Dolls’ opens in Mobile

The musical comedy More...

Weekend accident takes life of TMS student

Details about the four-wheeler accident, which resulted in the death of 13-year-old Raven Elizabeth Baugh on Monday, are sketchy at best. More...

Rose Pageant begins festival events, Sept. 18

Applications are now being accepted for the 2nd Biannual Rambling Rose Festival Pageant. The pageant is scheduled for Sept. 18 at the Thomasville High School Auditorium. More...

Davis hosts panel debate in DC

Congressman Artur Davis will host a panel discussion entitled Breaking the Glass Ceiling: The Future of Black Politics today, during the Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference in Washington, DC. More...

Harriet’s House receives grant

Gov. Bob Riley has awarded $107,722 to support the operation of a domestic violence shelter that serves victims in five west Alabama counties. The governor awarded the grand to Harriet More...

Alabama Be Ready Day is tomorrow

Governor Bob Riley, the Alabama Department of Home-land Security, the Governor More...

Old drag racers reunite Oct. 1-2

The 4th annual More...

Editorials

Terrorism affects the globe, not just USA

Congressman 1st District The news earlier this week of the hostage situation in Beslan, a small city in southern Russia, has offered us a strong reminder that terrorism is not something aimed exclusively at the United States and her interes More...

Democrats change party loyalties during the Truman era, 1948

The conventions are over, the candidates are nominated, and now the race for President is on. More...

20th century media frustrates, aggrevates

September 1, 1954 The radio was one of the most remarkable inventions of the first half of the twentieth century and it More...

School

THS band improving halftime show; will travel to Gulf Shores Friday

Welcome back for more band news and updates. The Thomasville band recently performed their newly modified halftime show at the Thomas-ville vs. Jackson game last Friday night. More...

Victory is the word for the week

Victory is in the hearts of all who attend Thomasville High School. The THS girl More...

Scholarship program offered by CCARC

Clarke County Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc. announces its first CCARC Scholarship Program. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Annie Mae Agee Annie Mae Agee, 86, died Aug. 27, 2004 at her home in Thomasville. Funeral services were at the Greater First Baptist Church in Thomasville Sept. 2 at 1 p.m. with Rev. Carlton L. Hague officiating. More...

Clarke County Property Transactions

Marriage license applications Tony Jarvis Baugh, to Kimberly Renee Teal; Bradford Sealey Hare, to Davilyn Renee Sullivan; Ralph Edward Clayton Jr., to Holly Nicole Goldman. More...

AL- NON meets every Thursday

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