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November 3, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Pritchett crowned Miss ASCC

Whitney Pritchett, of Thomasville, was crowned Miss Alabama Southern 2005, on October 20, at Nettles Auditorium on the Monroeville campus of Alabama Southern. More...

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People

Roy Bedwell passes at 90

Roy Bedwell ran a local gasoline distributorship and helped found a local bank but one of his sons said he was most proud of helping to oversee the construction of church projects in the area. More...

Wilcox Co. veteran’s memorial dedication Sunday

A ceremony to dedicate the Wilcox County Veteran More...

Old pictures available at Times office

Old photos dropped off at the Times office over the years, and ones taken and printed by our staff are now available. More...

Religion

Liles to sing at Grove Hill MPC

Buddy Liles, former bass singer for The Florida Boys for over 25 years, will be in concert at Grove Hill Methodist Protestant Church on Sunday, Nov. 6 at 6 p.m. More...

Church Calendar

BBQ benefit and singing is Nov. 5 Shiloh Baptist Church will hold a benefit barbecue and singing on Nov. 5 from 4 p.m. until. The cost is $6 a plate (sit down or take out). The BBQ will be sold by the pound after the singing. More...

Looking in the wrong places for satisfaction

Spiritual Reflections
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Sports

Tigers demolish the Bulldogs

The Thomasville Tigers used a stingy defense and productive ground game to defeat the Clarke County Bulldogs this past Friday, October 28. The game was played at Anderson Field and drew a large crowd typical of this great rivalry. More...

Bulldogs feast on the Dolphins 46-6

This past Friday, October 28, marked the second year in a row that the Sweet Water Bulldogs ended their regular football season with a trip to the beach. More...

The second season

Taking Names and Keeping Score

This week as 192 teams begin their quest for a championship in the first round of the AHSAA state football playoffs, the three teams we cover on a week to week basis are among that number. More...

100 new homes

Thomasville growth

When Kevin Bierschenk moved to Thomasville in April, the hospital administrator immediately began looking for a home to purchase. More...

Historic styled cottages get nod

So far, the historic styled Boardwalk Cottages plan for downtown Thomasville has received positive reviews. More...

T’ville scores new business

Are the boom times coming to Thomasville as Mayor Sheldon Day has been predicting? Day certainly thinks so, and there is mounting evidence that Thomasville is becoming the place to do business in Clarke County. 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

CARTOON Growth should compliment our town

Our View

Thomasville is growing, and our mayor believes we More...

News you’ll rarely use

From the Editor

We live in an amazing world, in an amazing time. We have access to more information than ever before. This of course also means, we have access to and are sometimes bombarded by more information than we could make sense of on any given day. More...

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School

MHS releases first quarter honor roll

Marengo High School released the first quarter honor roll. More...

TES top first grade reader

Dawn Bettes of the Thomasville Book Club presents Kristen Carter, a first grader at TES, with a certificate for being the top reader for the first nine-weeks period. She will also get her choice of Book from the Book Nook. More...

THS gains another victory

School News

The Thomasville Tigers succeeded in another victory last week against the Clarke County Bulldogs finishing out our regular football season. The score was 41-7. Congratulations Tigers! Tomorrow night begins the first round of play-offs. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Danny Collins Barton Danny Collins Barton, 64, a native of Bibb County and a resident of Linden died Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2005 in Sevierville, Tenn. Funeral services were held at Providence Baptist Church on Friday, Oct. 21 at 11 a.m. with Dr. More...

Clarke County Sheriff’s report

A Halloween prank led to the arrest of a man by Thomasville police officers Monday night. More...

Thomasville P.D. report

Thomasville Police Department reported 17 misdemeanor arrests were made in the city over the past week. Those arrests include: More...


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