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September 8, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Home sweet home?

State rushes to fix mental health center for shelter

Thomasville More...

Local student badly injured

Thomasville High School student Jereme Wilroy was seriously injured last week while working with his father to clear trees from his grandmothers house. More...

Weyerhaeuser, L-P make major hurricane donations

The Weyerhaeuser Company Foundation announced this week a direct cash donation of $500,000 to support relief and rebuilding efforts of areas devastated by Hurricane Katrina. This contribution represents the foundation More...

Salvation Army offers tips for making donations

During times of disaster, millions of generous people will donate time, resources, and money to charities around the country. Inevitably, each year many people fall victim to scams and schemes designed to take advantage of the generosity of others. More...

Fill gas cans safely, on ground

From Staff Reports Don More...

711th called up for hurricane

As Sgt. Charles Hicks oversaw the issuance of M-16s to members of the 711th Signal Battalion More...

Red Cross makes family contact line available

The American Red Cross, with support of the worldwide Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, is launching a Web site and hotline to help assist family members who are seeking news about loved ones living in the path of Hurricane Katrina. More...

Special Sections

People

Pageant to be held Oct. 4 in Demopolis

All girls in the 7th, 8th, and 9th grades, the Miss Junior Christmas on the River Pageant will be Oct. 3 at 7 p.m. The forms can be obtained from your schools or the Demopolis Area Chamber of Commerce. The deadline for entries is Friday, Sept. 23. More...

First Assembly fills U-Haul

Thomasville First Assembly of God collected items to fill this U-Haul for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. More...

T’ville First Assembly receives donations

Thomasville First Assembly of God of Thomasville, located across from Alabama Southern Community College is receiving donations to send for Hurricane Katrina Relief. More...

Religion

This is a time for action

Spiritual Reflections

Our hearts break as we watch the dramas unfold on TV in places like New Orleans, Slidell, Covington, Bay Saint Louis, Pass Christian, Long Beach, Gulfport, Biloxi, and Mobile. Words aren More...

Thank You

The family of Jereme Wilroy would like to thank everyone for your love and support of him and our family following Jereme More...

Bassett Creek to hold “Week of Celebration”

Bassett Creek Baptist Church is hosting a More...

Sports

Thomasville rumbles over Jackson

The Thomasville Tigers traveled to Jackson last Friday, Sept. 2 and defeated the Aggies 33-7. In the game the Tiger defense held the homestanding Jackson squad to 43 yards of total offense including 24 yards rushing and 19 yards passing. More...

Sweet Water de-horns Akron 84-6

The Sweet Water Bulldogs scored 44 points in the first quarter of their game with Akron Friday, September 2 and never looked back on their way to an 84-6 rout of the home standing Rams. More...

Marengo tops Coffeeville in tale of two panthers, 52-18

The Marengo High School Panthers traveled over to Coffeeville this past Friday, Sept. 2, and gave a young and inexperienced Coffeeville team an education on how to run a spread offense. More...

L-P breaks ground

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Local man killed in wreck

A local man was killed in a single-car accident Tuesday night near Bashi. More...

Clarke County prepares for Katrina evacuees

Crews work around the dilapidated building of the mental health and rehabilitation center, clearing overgrown grass and weeds Tuesday. More...

Larrimore fired as Clarke County EMA director

The growing tension between the Clarke County Emergency Management Agency office and county officials and area mayors came to a head last week with the firing of EMA Director Clay Larrimore. More...

Hurricane Katrina victims: where to get help

Here in Clarke County as elsewhere across the Gulf Coast region, Hurricane Katrina More...

Clarke lawmen help with storm

Officers county-wide were kept busy last week with Hurricane Katrina relief efforts which included food and water delivery assistance to residents and storm refugees and even directing long traffic lines at local gas stations, when fuel was available More...

Jackson shooting investigated

A shooting incident at a local motel, in the early morning hours last Thursday, is currently being investigated by the Jackson Police Department. More...

FEMA booking cruise ships to house victims

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is 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

Our city reaches out to help others

Our View

Once again, the people of Thomasville have shown their winning spirit. More...

Dealing after the hurricane

From the Editor

Early Sunday morning of August 28, my eldest sister loaded three garbage bags full of clothes and her two dogs into a car and headed east on I-10. More...

CARTOON

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School

Homework help at T’ville Public Library

Children and young adults in Thomasville never have to be stumped by a tough homework assignment again! More...

Students enjoy four-day week

School News

Listen up Tiger fans!! This Friday night, Sept. 9, the Thomasville Tigers will play Gulf Shores in our first home football game! With two previous wins against the Sweet Water Bulldogs and Jackson Aggies, let More...

THS band attends Band Day in Troy

The band is gearing up for our first home performance! After traveling for two weeks, we are excited about coming back home. We would like to congratulate the football team and coaches for their successful start to the season. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Barbara Barkley Crocker Barbara Barkley Crocker, 78, a native of Linden and a resident of Magnolia died Monday, Aug. 29, 2005 at her home. Funeral services were held at O More...

Clarke County Public Records

Marriage license applications David Lee Gray, to Barbara Ann Washington; Mack Arthur Wright Jr., to Rhonda Yvonne Shears; Marco Demetrius Ferguson, to Shalether Letice Lofton; Patrick Michael J. More...