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October 6, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Black Belt Treasures gallery opens to fanfare in Camden Friday

The creations of Clarke County artists, craftspeople and authors are prominent in a new Black Belt Treasures Gallery that opened in Camden last Friday. More...

Parent complains about coach

The Clarke County Board of Education will wait until it receives bids for the construction of a new classroom and administrative building at Clarke County High School before issuing the bonds to finance the project. More...

New sex offender law now in effect

Gov. Riley recently signed a new community notification act. More...

Grove Hill picnic to show progress

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Special Sections

Editorials

Illegal aliens not just a fed problem

Our View

Governor Bob Riley announced this week that Alabama will add 25 troopers to the 21 state troopers trained and authorized to arrest illegal immigrants. More...

RSA not hurt by Bronner’s US Air flop

Alabama Scene

I have been a friend and admirer of Dr. David Bronner since the days when he was called a More...

CARTOON

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Religion

The banner of faith does not hide us

Spiritual Reflections Pat Ozment, Jr. More...

Church Calendar

Sweet Water Church of God to hold singing The Sweet Water Church of God will have a gospel singing featuring The Revelators, Tiny Drinkard and other local talent on Saturday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. More...

Sports

Tigers sloppy in 41-13 win at Atmore

The Thomasville High School Tigers traveled to Atmore this past Friday, Sept. 30 and defeated the Escambia County Blue Devils 41-13. In so doing they improved their season record to 6-0 and their regional record to 4-0. More...

Bulldogs ground the Ealges 43-0 at homecoming

The Sweet Water Bulldog defense held the A. L. Johnson Eagles to 23 yards of total offense this past Friday, September 30, shutting them out 43-0 in the process. More...

The worm will turn

Taking Names and Keeping Score

Coach John D. Simpkins, who coached at Jackson High School for many years and was a personal friend of my father throughout their lives, had a lot of dry wit and was one of the most quotable people in this area. More...

A shocking sight

Addie Jackson (center) gasps as Alabama Power More...

Pine Hill ready for Depot Day

Pine Hill will again be celebrating its rail heritage with Depot Day, Saturday, Oct. 15. More...

A little too close

This truck got a close shave of its nose when it stopped a little too close to the tracks and a passing train took the truck More...

Brownie troop organizing

Brownie Troop #57 is now organizing in Thomasville. The troop welcomes all girls in first, second and third grade. More...

Community Action Agency utility assistance

The Community Action Agency of Baldwin, Escambia, Clarke, Monroe and Conecuh Counties is having a Mass Distribution for Hurricane Katrina Victims/Evacuees to assist with utility assistance. More...

Ready for Halloween?

This bat was found hissing at customers by the door to Tim Watts Jewelers Monday. Jack Brewer with Lewis Pest Control said it was the first bat to be collected this year. 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...

Donations from afar

Volunteers help unload supplies at the former Thomasville Mental Health and Rehabilitation Center. The donation was made possible by state legislators working together for hurricane relief. More...

People

Use candles with care

Fire Prevention Week will be Oct. 9-16. More...

Thank You

The Cooperative Education Program at Thomasville High School is a structured component of the Career/Technical Education curriculum that integrates classroom instruction and learning with productive, supervised work experiences in fields related the More...

Thomas celebrates 87th birthday

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School

SWHS Homecoming

Sweet Water High School honored its homecoming queen and court Friday night. More...

Students take midterms

School News

It seems like only yesterday when students prepared to start a brand new year at Thomasville High School. However, eight weeks have flown by and brought with them dreaded midterms. More...

Auxiliary presents first scholarship

Thomasville Hospital Auxiliary members, Shirley Crowe and Bobbi Overstreet present a scholarship check to an Alabama Southern Community College student, Jessica Bates, of Jackson. Bates is the recipient of the 2005-06 Auxiliary More...

For The Record

Obituaries

James Harold DeLoach, Jr. James Harold DeLoach, Jr., 68, a native of Thomasville and a resident of Moss Point, Miss. died Monday, Sept. 19, 2005 in Moss Point. Funeral services were held Sunday, Oct. 9 at 3 p.m. More...

Clarke County Public Records

Marriage license applications Bryant Henry Randall, to Debra Diane Sibley; Travarius Terrell Mobley, to Shakilla Laticia Williams; Brian Duane Clark, to Samantha Gay Lee. More...

Sheriff’s Reports

Just over 20 arrests were booked through the Clarke County Jail last week. Most of those were for traffic violations and worthless check charges. More...