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December 22, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Katrina families do their best to celebrate Christmas

For the families living in Hope Village, this Christmas is one of mixed blessings. More...

Clarke County United Way exceeds its goal

The Clarke County United Way has exceeded its goal by nearly $13,000 and the total is still climbing. More...

Special Sections

People

Lumber blocks roadway

A lumber truck jacknifed on Hwy. 43 north of Thomasville Tuesday night blocking traffic for up to two hourse. More...

Doggette retires after 43 years

Johnny Doggette announced his retirement from State Farm Ins. Company as of Dec. 31. More...

Research Club meets to wrap gifts

Members of the Thomasville Research Club met on Dec. 8 to wrap gifts for Angel Tree recipients. This has been an annual project of the Research Club for several years. More...

School

Students out for Christmas

School News

Thomasville High School students took final exams Monday, Dec.19 and Tuesday, Dec.20. Students will be out of school from Wednesday, Dec.21 until Thursday, Jan. 5. More...

ASCC offers new evening classes

Are you interested in a new career or a new skill? Starting Spring Semester, Alabama Southern will offer several new evening classes to put you on the fast track to a new career! More...

WCHS Class of ‘96 reunion planned

Holiday Greetings to the Wilcox Central High School Class of 1996. The 10-Year Class Reunion is only 6 months away, June 30 - July 2, 2006, and plans are being finalized for the celebration. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Velma Gwendolyn Sheffield Dement Velma Gwendolyn Sheffield Dement, 81, a native of Sunny South and a resident of Thomasville died Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2005 at home. Funeral services were held at O More...

Ho, Ho, Ho, Choo Choo

Steven Glass of Dixons Mills, retired ASCC teacher stands in the middle of a model train winter wonderland. Glass spent the past three years amassing a major collection of model trains and constructed a 12x24-foot train setup. More...

New doctor a hometown boy

Southwest Alabama Medical Center is bringing a hometown boy back. More...

Seniors project legal with no zoning

Residents of Country Club Estates returned en masse to city hall Monday night for the planning and subdivision board meeting. 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). More...

Editorials

Removal question a low blow

Our View

The Country Club Cottages debate took an ugly turn Monday and it was Country Club Estates to fire the first shot. More...

Unions put the squeeze on legislators

Alabama Scene

It is as predictable as the sunrise More...

Have to scratch the itch

Ramblin

December 21, 1955 A dermatologist, in case you don More...

Religion

Ready to bring the word

Allen and Laurelle Stoudenmire were commissioned Sunday night by Thomasville Baptist Church to the Southern Baptist International Mission Field. Eddie Harrison (R), speaks with them at the reception following the service. More...

Church Calendar

Christmas Eve Communion at ARP church On Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, the Sacrament of the Lord More...

What would Christmas be like?

Spiritual Reflections Pat Ozment, Jr. More...

Sports

Lady Tigers improve to 3-0 in area

The Thomasville High School Lady Tiger basketball team won four games this past week including area wins against Livingston and Choctaw County. In so doing they moved to 3-0 in the area race and improved their season mark to 6-1. More...

Tigers lose two on the road

The Thomasville High School Varsity boys lost games on the road to both the Clarke County Bulldogs and the Leroy Bears recently. More...

TMS boys and girls end season 8-2

The Thomasville Middle School boys and girls ended their basketball season at home this past Monday, Dec. 12, against the Bulldogs of Wilson Hall Middle School. The results of Monday More...


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