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November 3, 2005 RSS feed / People

New forestry program announced

The aliens are invading! Alien, meaning non-native plant species, that is. With the destruction from the hurricanes in 2004 and 2005, forested areas that were not susceptible to invasion are now under attack. More...

Research Club enjoys Day Spa

The Thomasville Research Club met on Oct. 20, at the Finding Balance Day Spa in Thomasville, with 18 members present. Hostesses for the occasion were Vida McDaniel, Connie Rice and Joann Stephens. More...

T’ville to hold ACE meeting Nov. 9

The City of Thomasville will hold an ACE City Hall Meeting is Wednesday, Nov. 9 from 9 until 12 p.m. at the City Complex. As an Alabama Communities of Excellence participant, the City of Thomasville is updating its strategic plan. More...

Births

Newton Mr. and Mrs. Dusty Newton (nee Claira Ballard) of Northport announce the birth of their son, John Williamson, born Oct. 19, 2005 at Northport Medical Center. He weighed 7 lbs. 6 oz. and was 19 1/2 inches long. More...

Jackson’s Fall Festival slated for Saturday

The Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce 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...

New tourism guide published

State Publishes Civil Rights Museum Guide Montgomery. More...

Aides Program taking applications

The Alabama-Tombigbee Regional Commission Senior Aides Project is currently accepting applications for enrollees in their older workers program. More...

Drug Awareness poster contest winners

In conjunction with the observance of October being Drug Awareness Month, the Thomasville Lions Club sponsored its annual Dare Poster Contest at Thomasville Elementary School. More...

Junior Women’s Club holds October meeting

Thomasville Junior Women More...

T’ville Junior Women’s Club to sell BBQ

Thomasville Junior Women More...

Quilting volunteers wanted

The Thomasville Nursing Home volunteers are looking for individuals to share their quilting abilities with the residents. For more information call Joann Smyly at 334-636-5614. More...

Very Scary

Miriam McMillan gives a treat to Thomasville kindergartener Stormy DeVeau during a trick-or-treat visit to Thomasville Nursing Home Monday. More...


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