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November 18, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Auxiliary tree lighting Dec. 9

Honor a loved one with a light on the hospital Christmas tree

The First Annual Auxiliary Tree Lighting is scheduled for Dec. 9, beginning at 6 p.m. The theme of this year More...

IRS holds $766,713 in unclaimed refunds to Alabama residents

The Internal Revenue Service is looking for 1,096 Alabama taxpayers whose income tax refund checks could not be delivered. More...

FEMA extends deadline for assistance

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Small Business Administration (SBA) will be closing their disaster assistance offices in the National Guard Armory in Grove Hill Friday, Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. More...

Grove Hill plans new senior center

A committee has been appointed to move forward with plans for the new senior citizen nutrition center in Grove Hill. Mayor Lamar Hudson announced the committee members during the town council meeting Monday night. More...

ACT seeks teachers for summer program

ACT is looking for outstanding secondary school teachers to participate in a summer program designed to help develop and evaluate ACT More...

‘Christmas on the River’ to hosts Jingle Bell 5K Run in Demopolis Dec. 4

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ASCC presents ‘Handel’s Messiah’

Begin your holiday celebration by attending the Alabama Southern Community College Community Chorus More...

AWF hosting women’s deer hunt

The Alabama Wildlife Federation (AWF) will be hosting a women More...

Salvation Army begins Angel Tree program

The Salvation Army in Thomasville will begin its Angel Tree program this week, to help brighten Christmas for needy children in Clarke County and surrounding areas. More...

Stephens attends Navy Training Command school

William Henry Stephens, II, a Navy recruit, was shipped out on July 9, 2004 to Navy Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill, where he received the National Defense Medal. Upon completion of boot camp on Sept. More...

Pine Apple hosts Hunter Appreciation Day Nov. 27

Special to The Times Pine Apple Promotions is to sponsor the 9th Annual Hunter Appreciation Day on Saturday, Nov. 27 in historic downtown Pine Apple. More...

Special Sections

Editorials

We must remember the veterans of freedom, starting with the Pilgrims

It seems entirely appropriate that Veterans More...

Men better cooks than women if they get lots of practice

Nov. 17, 1954 You More...

Reactions go from predictable to disturbing

President of API In the aftermath of the re-election of President George W. Bush and the Republican gains in the U.S. House and Senate, the reaction from the winners and losers has gone from predictable to disturbing. More...

Religion

Whether it be ‘War Eagle’ or ‘Roll Tide’, make it ‘Yes Jesus Yes’

In Alabama, children have until they cut their first tooth to declare their allegiance to either Auburn or Alabama. More...

Church Calendar

Thomasville UMC Women sponsor Fall Food Festival The United Methodist Women of the Thomasville United Methodist Church is sponsoring their annual Fall Food Festival on Saturday, Nov. 20 from 8:30-11 a.m. More...

Sunday School Attendance

Pineview Baptist Church Winston Parden, Joe Clayton, Cliff Scarbrough, Windell Sheffield, Clarence Newton, Roger Truett, Frank Jackson, Ben Pugh, Fred Hinson, Jack Day, Cordell Hutto, Ralph Smyly, E.B. More...

Sports

THS ends Cleburne Co. season 40-7

Tiger Junior Fullback Shamus Hudson breaks free on a 55-yard touchdown run. His touchdown came on the Tiger More...

Rising to every occasion

With our Thomasville Tigers facing what most folks in the world of Alabama High School football would term an unenviable task this week, I thought I would take a closer look and see what might be a Tiger More...

Bulldogs go jaw to jaw with Wilcats, 43-30

Bulldog Runningback Anthony Landrum is off to the races on one of his five touchdowns in playoff action against Florala. More...

Thomasville arrests suspect for criminal mischief

Car rims cause dispute and result in dangerous traffic episode

A dispute over car rims led to an arrest for the Thomasville Police Department Nov. 12. More...

United Way reaches 90 per cent of annual goal

Clarke County volunteers to complete fundraising by Dec. 7

Special to The Times The Clarke County United Way campaign for 2004 has reached about 90 percent of its $140,000 goal, said Campaign Chairperson Julia Ann Deas. More...

Task Force finds abused animals in drug case investigations

Task Force One is cracking down on animal abuse cases, which they are seeing more of these days as they investigate drug cases. More...

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ASCC Chorus presents Handel

Begin your holiday celebration by attending the Alabama Southern Community College Community Chorus More...

Some area children are Almost Home for the holidays

November and December are months when most people turn their thoughts and hearts toward home. For foster children, temporarily or permanently separated from their families, this is a painful and difficult time. More...

Pioneer heritage celebrated Saturday in Grove Hill

The area More...

Sweet Water High Sschool observes Veterans’ Day

Sweet Water High School celebrated Veterans More...

Sweet Water celebrates Red Ribbon Week

Sweet Water High School celebrated Red Ribbon Week. A special Red Ribbon Rally was held on Oct. 27 at 1 p.m. in the gym. Activities included a candle lighting by Abby Grochowski and Scottie Nelson; a tribute More...

Grove Hill Chamber announces parade date

The Grove Hill Area Chamber of Commerce has chosen Thursday, Dec. 2 to celebrate Christmas in Grove Hill. The annual parade will begin at 4 p.m. and the theme for this year More...

Coffeeville parade planned Saturday, Dec. 11 at 10 a.m.

The town of Coffeeville will hold it More...

Coffeeville VFD receives $90,000 in federal funds

U.S. Senator Richard C. Shelby (R-AL) today announced that the Coffeeville Volunteer Fire Department will receive $90,000 in federal funds to assist with operations and firefighter safety programs. More...

Ellis participates in Montgomery pageant

Sequoya Elaine Ellis of Thomasville was recently selected to participate in Nationals More...

Calendar

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). For more information call 636-9985. More...

Clarke County Property Transactions

Marriage license applications Phillip Lee Counselman, to Lisa Ann Cliburn; Rondie Demain Myles, to Lisa Rochelle Robertson. More...

Mt. Vernon Baptist Church to hold ‘Reachin Out’

Mt. Vernon Baptist Church, located on Hwy. 5 just 3 miles north of Thomasville (Hwy. 43 junction), will host a More...

People

Grand Ole Opry comes to Thomasville

It is the middle of November and today is going to be a good day I think. The sun slips in and out of the clouds and across the hillside. More...

Salvation Army honors bellringers at recent dinner

The Salvation Army recently honored more than 200 bellringers at its annual Bell Ringer dinner, November 11 at Pineview Baptist Church. The Thomasville Salvation Army bellringers are all volunteers, which is becoming increasingly uncommon. More...

Peterman to hold craft festival Nov. 20

Saturday, Nov. 20 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. in downtown Peterman, six miles north of Monroeville, will be the 21st Annual Peterman Station arts and crafts festival. More...

School

SWHS SGA inducts new members

The Student Government Association of Sweet Water High School held a candle lighting induction ceremony on Nov. 8 in the cafeteria. Ashley Anderson presided over the induction ceremony. Officers of the Senior and Junior High SGA were inducted. More...

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ACT is looking for outstanding secondary school teachers to participate in a summer program designed to help develop and evaluate ACT More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Imogene W. Ballard Imogene W. Ballard, 79, a native of Fulton and a resident of Pine Hill died Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2004 at her home in Pine Hill. Funeral services were held at the Full Gospel Lighthouse at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 12 with Rev. More...


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