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December 2, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

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Thanksgiving visit results in more arrests

Trying to make Thanksgiving a better holiday for an imprisoned friend landed two people in jail with him. More...

Rainy day accident

Rainy conditions and slick roadways contributed to many of the accidents reported this weekend. This accident occurred on Hwy. 43, in front of Ryan More...

Pine Hill PD makes 12 arrests this week

The Pine Hill Police Department reports 12 misdemeanor arrests for the week of Nov. 22-28. More...

ACT seeking 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...

Give a gift from the Conservation Department

Holiday shopping at the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources may seem a bit strange, but here are a few suggestions that might help you with gift selections. More...

AWF hosts hunt for first time women hunters

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

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School

Thomasville UMC sponsors area Boy Scouts of America

Thomasville United Methodist Church sponsors Boy Scouts of America Cub Scout Pack 51. More...

Lions Club to hold Second Annual Lunch with Santa

The Thomasville Lions Club Second Annual Lunch with Santa will be Saturday, Dec. 4 at the Old City Gym at 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. The cost will be $8 per ticket. More...

THS band encouraged to practice excellence

Greetings from the Thomasville Band Room! Every weekday, when the high school bell rings for fourth block, students entering the band room for Marching Band are greeted by an Aristotle quote written on the front board of the room. The quote reads, More...

Sports

Bulldogs run past Indians 35-7

The Sweet Water Bulldogs literally ran past the Indians of Loachapoka High School last Friday night and right into the semi-finals of the AHSAA state playoffs. More...

Taking Names and Keeping Score

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Although it is unlikely, I wonder if there are any of you out there reading this column today that haven More...

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Citizens honored by community for outstanding service

The Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce announces the selection of three outstanding Thomasville citizens, selected through a written nomination and review process, for their excellence in serving the city and enhancing the community. More...

Clarke County Almost Home and Child Advocacy Center hosts open house

Open house will be held at the Children More...

TPD stays busy with accidents

The Thomasville Police Department responded to a call at the Dollar General Store on Foster Avenue. The manager and clerk witnessed Ivory Johnson Jr., 48, of Thomasville shoplifting. More...

County still cleaning after Ivan

Clarke County road crews will take care of most of the clean-up of debris from Hurricane Ivan, according to County Engineer Sam Noble. Noble told commissioners during Monday More...

Amendment 2 gets “yes” vote from county

The differences were slight but evident in Clarke County More...

Doing something special for wildlife

By: Ron Eakes, Wildlife Biologist When most people think about doing something special to benefit wildlife, they think about putting up a feeder or nest box in the back yard, planting a wildlife opening on their farm or hunting club, or even jo More...

Tornado at the heels of hurricane season leaves county in shock

Rachel Roberts has a new respect for Mother Nature. More...

Gilbertown’s ‘Winter Festival’ is Saturday, Dec. 4

The Town of Gilbertown presents its 3rd annual More...

Day places 1st

Kaitlin Day placed first in the cheerleading jump off competition at the Jackson Fair Nov. 4. 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...

Editorials

Thanksgiving hayride enjoyed by young and old alike

My father More...

Former Alabama woman admits to poisoning 4 out of 5 husbands

Dec. 1, 1954 A former Alabama woman has admitted poisoning four of her five husbands. The other, whom she divorced, is now living in Alabama and probably considers himself a most fortunate man. More...

Letter to the Editor

Illegal road blocks

Dear Editor, I write to express grave concern at the treatment of citizens who exercise their rights to travel the highways of Alabama and victimized at maybe an illegal road block. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Virginia Ruth Barr Virginia Ruth Barr, 67, of Nanafalia died Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004 at Warren Manor Nursing Home in Selma. Graveside services were held at Nanafalia Baptist Church Cemetery at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 24 with Rev. More...


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