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June 9, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

VFW to offer flag drop box

Thomasville More...

No Greyhound stops in Clarke

Special to the Times As of June 21 those traveling by bus to and from Clarke County will no longer be able to catch one, or get off the bus, within the county. The closest stop will be in Mobile. More...

Former Pine Hill officer to Camden

Melvin Pettway, who resigned from the Pine Hill Police Department was hired this week by the Camden City Council. More...

Sheriff’s Reports

A Jackson woman was arrested on drug charges May 31 by Clarke County Sheriff More...

Forest owners can receive Ivan damage money

Hurricane Ivan devastated the forests of South Alabama. Because Alabama More...

No money for U.S. 84

No funds have been allocated in the Alabama Department of Transportation More...

Special Sections

People

Davis, Wheeler retire May 27

On Friday, May 27, the Sweet Water High School administrative staff, faculty and friends gathered in the school cafeteria to honor the retirees of 2005. Present for the ceremony to be honored were Mrs. Nan Davis and Mr. Jesse Wheeler. More...

Garner grows biggest cabbage

Raphael Garner, Thomasville Elementary School third grader, participated in a Bonnie Plan Farm Cabbage Contest. Garner submitted the largest cabbage at TES. More...

Marshall graduates May 30 in Mobile

Candice D. Marshall graduated on May 30, 2005 from the Alabama School of Mathematics and Science in Mobile. Some of her honors are Junior and Senior Beta Clubs, Who More...

School

ASCC announces spring honors list

A number of students have been named to honor lists for Spring Semester at Alabama Southern Community College. Students must take at least 12 semester hours of credits to be eligible. More...

Sixth grade top students

The top 10 students in the sixth grade are: (R-L) 1) Brett Skelton, 2) Kristen Slade, 3) Taylor Gilchrist, 4) Rachel Wright, 5) Autumn Chaney, 6) Lindsey Overstreet, 7) Elijah Rake, 8) Michael J. Newton, 9) Clay VanWick and 10) Mary Beth Nichols. More...

Fifth grade top students

The top 10 students in the fifth grade are: (R-L) 1) Montana Prescott, 2) Sally White, 3) Marlee Moore, 4) Satyn Spears, 5) Colin Rose, 6) Collin Clardy, 7) Mary Shirah, 8) Michael Thompson, 9) Monet Nash and 10) Adam Sprarks. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Marene P. Crocker Marene P. Crocker, 90, of Linden died Saturday, June 4, 2005 at Bryan W. Whitfield Memorial Hospital in Demopolis. Funeral services were held at O More...

Clarke County Public Records

Marriage license applications Phillip Craig Jordan, to Candace Marie Goodman; Alan Eugene Bryant, to Monette Dabu Recibe; James Edward McGhee Jr., to Demetris Lashanda McGhee; Thomas R. More...

Grove Hill looking at arts council

Grove Hill Mayor Lamar Hudson expressed his support of an arts council for the town during Monday night More...

Clarke County has 41 registered sex offenders

Definition of sex offenders, who they are

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Council set to enact mobile home rules

Editor The Thomasville City Council may be set to approve a comprehensive mobile home ordinance at its next June meeting. More...

DCI of T’ville still open for now

After an Alabama Department of Health release stated that DCI dialysis center of Thomasville would close June 1, employees of the center called to state that the center was still open. More...

M’ville the next to go wet

Voters in Monroeville overwhelmingly voted to repeal a prohibition-era ban on alcohol sales Tuesday. More...

Who they are

Tony Olen Cowan, Campbell James Morgan Brooks, Coffeeville More...

One more fire suit

Scott Lewis of Lewis Pest Control (left) makes a donation to Charlie Dixon for the Thomasville Volunteer Fire Department More...

Community Action offering bill help for poor

The Community Action Agency of Baldwin, Escambia, Clarke, Monroe and Conecuh Counties will be accepting applications starting June1 to assist low-income families with their electricity bill. 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

Churches a strong backbone for nation

An Associated Press poll released this week shows that organized religion is strongest amongst the general population and has the greatest influence over politics in the United States. More...

D-Day an amazing story

From the Editor

Monday marked the 61st anniversary of D-Day, the largest invasion in the history of the world. More...

Cong. Davis ponders his pol. future

Alabama Scene

U. S. Rep. Artur Davis has never made any secret of the fact that he has far higher ambitions than serving in Congress. What Davis hopes to be is Alabama More...

Religion

Married the right way

Spiritual Reflections

According to the secular worldview, the whole concept of one man and one woman uniting with each other for as long as they both shall live, is unrealistic and outdated. The modern idea for many is to approach marriage with a More...

Sunday School Attendance

Matt Adams Sunday School Class Joe Jackson, Leo Moore, Earl Crow and Gary Cockerham, teacher. More...

Thank You

I would like to thank everyone for their cards, letters, flowers, gifts, phone calls, and mostly for their prayers during my recent emergency surgery. I would especially like to thank my family, Dr. More...

Sports

Thomasville Travelers start season 3-2

Contributing Writer The Thomasville Travelers won three and lost two in the opening weekend of their 2005 campaign. Playing here at home the Travelers got things under way on Friday, June 3 with a match up against some visitors from Atlanta. More...

What are they looking for anyway?

Taking Names and Keeping Score Charlie Anderson More...

Introducing the Ladybugs

Seven and eight year old Lady Bugs are: Katlen Gates, Kelley Byrd, Cayleigh Miller, Dustie Williams, Delorian Johnson, Sarah Morgan, Conner Stokley, Fredescia Jowers, Alex Hunt, Hannah Hawk, Em Nobles, Jessika Newberry and Keli Garrett and Coach Jenn More...