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May 19, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Graduation issue

Salutatorian Ashley Broadus and Valadictorian Trey O More...

Special Sections

People

McGilberry, Glass wed in Linden

The marriage of Julia Helen Glass and Jessie Frank McGilberry took place Saturday, April 9, 2005 at 2 p.m. at the Calvary Baptist Church in Linden, with Rev. Andy Mims officiating. More...

Knight, Hutcherson exchange vows

Lisa Knight & Richard Hutcherson wed on May 7, 2005 at 2 p.m. in a private ceremony at their home with Rev. Benny Harrison officiating. More...

TVFD to hold Dice Run May 21

The first annual Cruising for TVFD Dice Run will be held May 21 hosted by the Thomasville Volunteer Fire Department. Registration begins at 9 a.m. All bikes will depart Fire Station #3 on Bashi Road at 10:30 a.m. More...

School

Last week of school is here

School News

Well students, this is it! The last week of school has officially arrived. However, these next couple of days will be tedious for many as final exams are will be taking place. More...

Students win trip to Six Flags

St. Jude Children More...

Third grade tends to garden

Bonnie Plant Farms donated cabbages to Thomasville Elementary third graders. Students were to take care of their plants for nine weeks and then write a report on them. Pictured in Bianca Westry with her cabbage. She is in Mrs. Megginson More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Alice Howze-Chapman Alice Howze-Chapman, 72, of Grove Hill died May 10, 2005 at the Mobile Infirmary Medical Clinic. Funeral services Saturday, May 14 at 1 p.m. at Union Baptist Church in Coffeeville with Rev. Edward Mosely officiating. More...

Clarke County Public Records

Marriage license applications Ronnie James Andrews, to Harley Alexis Claunch; Benjamin Aaron Russell, to Terra Carleen Wilson; Terry Lee Overstreet, to Kimberly Renee More...

Sheriff’s Reports

One of two men arrested in a kidnapping case is being housed in Clarke County Jail and his bond hearing was held Monday. Clarke County District Judge Bill Kimbrough presided over the hearing. More...

Supplier conference shaping up

Plans are moving along in developing a rural supplier conference for Boeing and other major industries and military contractors. More...

Tag fee in, L-P board gives the OK

Gov. Bob Riley inked a bill last Friday that will provide revenue to help purchase a site for a new wood products plant in Clarke County. More...

Grant gives library new computers

With small staffs and limited funds, it More...

Calendar

Area Calendar

CCERA to meet today The Clarke County Education Retirees Association will meet May 19 at the City Hall in Thomasville at 11:45 a.m. A salad lunch is being catered. The price is $5 per plate. More...

Editorials

T’ville’s name game a risky gambit

Our View

We More...

Democracy at work here

From the Editor

Well, despite a few jokes here and there, no one is yet passing a petition around asking for a wet vote in Thomasville. Or, maybe everyone here More...

It’s the little things that will get you

Alabama Scene

James E. (Big Jim) Folsom, who taught me as much about politics as any governor I have ever known, once told me that it was the little things in politics that killed you, not the big things. More...

Religion

Mt. Olive No. 2 Missionary Baptist Church to hold Choir Day May 22

Mt. Olive No. 2 Missionary Baptist Church Music Department will celebrate their Annual Combined Choir Day Sunday, May 22 beginning with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Pastor D.W. Moore will preach during the 11 a.m. morning worship service. More...

Read the good Book to keep your mind right

Spiritual Reflections

Summer is upon us. There are several things to mark it at our house. First the grass has to be cut again. Grass looks better green, but I don More...

Church Calendar

Witch Creek Baptist holds homecoming services Witch Creek Baptist Church, Hwy. 69 South near Campbell, will have homecoming services on Sunday, May 22. More...

Sports

Tough way to go

THS

For the second year in a row the Thomasville Tiger baseball team More...

Lady Tigers playoff run comes up short

Thomasville More...

Hats off to our senior athletes

Taking Names and Keeping Score As the school year comes to a close in the high schools all across our area and the seniors at those respective schools take their last official steps as a member of the student body during graduation ceremonies, I More...