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May 26, 2005 RSS feed / People

Parnell wins gift basket

Robert Parnell was the winner of the gift basket give-away at the benefit held for Dean and Kathy Dunn. Kathy donated one of her kidneys to her husband, Dean. The basket was donated by Donnie and Alisha Arnold. More...

Thank You

Dean and Kathy Dunn would like to thank everyone who donated money in the jars around town and the businesses who put the jars in their places of business. A benefit was held March 12 at Thomasville Church of God in Christ. More...

Jordan dancers win high marks

Dancers from Jordan School of Dance competed at the Saenger Theatre in Mobile at the Dance Troupe Inc. competition on April 10, 2005. More...

Elliott named Human Resources Manager

Janice Coston Elliott has been named Human Resources Manager at International Paper More...

Joiner awarded pharmacy degree

Matthew H. Joiner was awarded a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Samford University in Birmingham on May 20, 2005. He is an honors graduate of Demopolis High School. More...

Parden graduates with nursing degree

Crystal Diane Parden of Surginer has graduated from the University of West Alabama with an Associate of Science in Nursing Degree on May 7, 2005. More...

Chamber to offer training for “certified” point of contact

The Southwest Alabama Chamber is mobilizing a diverse force within the Thomasville Trade Hub. Participating individuals, businesses and organizations will become certified points of contact for the region. More...

Kennedy, Peacock exchange vows May 21

The marriage of Wendy Kennedy and Jeremy Peacock took place Saturday evening, May 21, 2005 at 4 o More...

Allen named 2005 Mill Manager of the Year

PIMA, the Paper Industry Management Association announces that Warren L. More...

Ballet of Theatre Arts holds Spring Showcase

The Ballet of Theatre Arts School presents Spring 2005 Showcase. More...

Locals attend Leadership Academy

Donna Estill, of Monroeville, Bridgett Shewmake of Thomasville and Mary Beth Brasell of Camden recently graduated from the Alabama Community College Leadership Academy held in Tuscaloosa on the campus of the University of Alabama. More...

Davis joins United States Army Reserve

Latoya C. Davis has joined the United States Army Reserve under the Delayed Training Program. More...

Locals receive degrees from USA

The University of South Alabama has awarded a total of $52,000 in scholarships, for the next four years beginning in the fall semester of 2005, to four graduates of Thomasville High School. More...