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December 9, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

New ambulance service on call and ready to roll in Thomasville

By Martha Gramelspacher The trip to the hospital can make a life or death difference for some. More...

Disabled hunt in Crenshaw County

Special to The Times The Dozier Hunting Area for People with Physical Disabilities, located in southern Crenshaw County near Dozier, is now in operation. More...

Johnson recognized for leadership and vision

Dr. John A. Johnson, President of Alabama Southern Community College, was honored by Chancellor Roy W. Johnson, community leaders and faculty and staff Friday with a luncheon in celebration of his 15 years of leadership. More...

Hunters must be aware of local livestock

Be careful while hunting. Not only can you injure someone, but careless habits could lead you to livestock slaughter. More...

Pine Hill reports quiet week

The Pine Hill Police Department reported a quiet week for Nov. 29 through Dec. 5. More...

Auxiliary tree lighting is tonight

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

Special Sections

People

Holiday spirit lost in the quest for gifts

Sometimes the holiday spirit gets lost in the quest for the perfect gifts. For some on your list, a batch of cookies, a loaf of bread or your famous cake may be the perfect solution. More...

Boutwell, Yarbrough wed at Fairhope Bluff Dec. 13

Meredith Brooke Boutwell and Charles Elijah Yarbrough IV were united in marriage on Saturday, November 13, 2004 at 4:00 o More...

Birth

Claxton Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Claxton (nee Robin Bouler) of Dixons Mills announce the birth of their son, Kolby Jacob, born Oct. 14, 2004 at Providence Hospital in Mobile. He weighed 7 lbs., 5.5 oz. and was 20 inches long. More...

Sports

Sweet Water wins dawg fight 34-20

The Sweet Water Bulldogs used a dominating ground game and a bend but don More...

Getting beyond a rivalry

Taking Names and Keeping Score Charlie Anderson More...

Lady Tigers win one, lose one in first week of play

The Thomasville Lady Tiger basketball team opened their 2004-05 season with a 58-10 domination of the Lady Panthers of Coffeeville High School last Friday night in Thomasville. More...

Christmas celebrations fun for all

There wasn More...

County considers critical improvements to EMA system and procedures

By Jim Cox A lack of planning and a lack of communication were among the biggest problems in dealing with Hurricane Ivan in September, Clarke County commissioners and some agency representatives concluded last Friday. More...

You need to know...

SWHS plays Hubbard in Championship Game The Sweet Water Bulldogs will play Hubbard High School of Courtland, Friday, December 10 at 3:00 p.m. at Hoover Met. For more information see B2. More...

Christmas in Thomasville

Downtown Ramble and Parade pictures by Marvin Jansen and Tonya Joyce

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Weyerhaeuser veneer mill sets records in 2004

Weyerhaeuser Company More...

Louisiana Pacific announces Alabama Southern scholarships

As a part of its plans to build a new OSB mill in Clarke County, Louisiana-Pacific Corporation (LP) (NYSE:LPX) announced today that it intends to fund 10 scholarships at Alabama Southern Community College (ASCC) to train local residents for skilled j More...

TPD makes misdemeanor arrests

The Thomasville Police Department made several misdemeanor arrests during the week of Nov. 29 through Dec. 5. More...

Book Nook opens at North Chase

The Book Nook bookstore recently opened in the North Chase Shopping Center. More...

Wal-Mart donates to Salvation Army

Elaine Smith accepts a Holiday Grant from the Thomasville Wal-Mart store manager Kim Hogue. More...

Editorials

Good news not brought to the public’s attention

It appears that good news is not in fashion with the mainstream media. In fact, it is amazing how much good news the media fails to bring to public attention. More...

Cabinet changes still underway

District 65, House of Representatives During the past several days, further changes in the makeup of the cabinet for President Bush More...

Use the unique talent God gave you

Dec. 8, 1954 Nearly every week I watch a More...

Religion

As Christmas nears make sure what guides you is true

I heard the other day that one of my former Churches has just put a new sign out front . More...

Church Calendar

Grove Hill Baptist presents More...

Local churches participate in parade

Sunny South Baptist Church (and other local churches) participated in the Annual Christmas Parade in douwntown Thomasville Saturday. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Abitha Austin Abitha Austin, 77, of Dixons Mills died Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2004 at Woodhaven Nursing Home in Demopolis. Funeral services were held Sunday, Dec. 5 at 2 p.m. at Shiloh P.B. Church in Dixons Mills with Rev. John L. Dees officiating. More...

Clarke County Property Transactions

Marriage license applications Arthur James Jackson, to Susie Lee Evans; David Lee Dickinson, to Bessie Jemison; Jonathan Adam Young, to Stephanie Dawn Carrillo. More...


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