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March 23, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Former A.L. Martin coach inducted into hall of fame

A man who got his start coaching in Thomasville received a high honor this week. More...

New hospital process moving along

Thomasville%27s new hospital took another step along the road to becoming a reality this week. More...

Hurricane relief for non-profits available from UW

United Way of Southwest Alabama today announced the opening of the application process for grants that will assist non-profit agencies and organizations with hurricane relief efforts. More...

Jackson council rezones property to industrial

The Jackson City Council approved a motion, last Thursday, to rezone property on Highway 177 from A-0 (agricultural) to I (industrial), but not before hearing some concerns from a citizen who lives in the area. More...

Special Sections

People

FUSB earns five-stars

Bauer Financial, the nation%27s leading independent bank rating and research firm, announced recently that First United Security Bank, Thomasville, has achieved its highest 5-star superior rating for financial strength and stability. More...

Clarke museum to put on historical drama

"The Party Dress," a historical drama, will be presented at the Clarke County Historical Museum in Grove Hill Saturday, April 1 at 5:30 p.m. More...

Angie Williams announces run for House District 65 seat

Angie Williams has announced that she is a Democratic candidate for the Alabama House of Representatives, District 65. More...

Religion

Lee to speak at T'ville UMC

Rev. Ron Lee, pastor of the Camden United Methodist Church and Canton Bend United Methodist Church, will be the guest speaker at the Lenten Service at Thomasville United Methodist Church on Wednesday, March 29 at 12 noon. More...

Church Calendar

Aimwell starts cleaning cemetery The Aimwell Cemetery Association requests that all containers and flowers be removed from the cemetery before April 10. More...

Our God works all things together for good

Spiritual Reflections Pat Ozment, Jr. More...

Sports

Tigers destroy Choctaw Co. 21-0

The Thomasville Tiger varsity baseball team opened area play this past Friday, March 17, and promptly went to 1-0 in the area race with a 21-0 win over Choctaw County. More...

Lady Tigers defeat Sweet Water

Having their games with Washington County and Fruitdale cancelled for circumstances beyond their control, the Thomasville Lady Tiger softball team won the only game they got to play last week defeating the Lady Dogs of Sweet Water 10-1 in a game play More...

Knowledge and repetition

Taking Names and Keeping Score

There is an old saying that the more you do something the easier it becomes to do. More...

Hyundai looks for workers in Thomasville

Visit could lead to new job training partnership

From Staff Reports Representatives from Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama, LLC in Montgomery visited the Alabama Southern Thomasville Campus recently to recruit graduates from the colleges%27 advanced technology programs. More...

DYS gets nod from SACS

Dr. John C. Stewart, Superintendent of Youth Services School District, announced that the system was accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. More...

Fire in Grove Hill

Firefighters respond to a fire at the Church Pews plant in Grove Hill Monday. Damage assessments are ongoing. More...

Man arrested after confronting officer

A man appearing in Clarke County Settlement Court last week on sexual abuse charges was arrested again after he confronted a Thomasville Police officer and became disruptive. More...

Lathan to run for House District 65

Wayne Lathan has announced his candidacy for the Alabama House of Representatives, Dis-trict 65. He is running as a Democrat. 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 View

T'ville's growth makes headlines

Thomasville%27s making news again. This week we were the subject of a lengthy Page 1 piece in the Mobile Register. More...

Opinion

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Big boat ban on lakes makes waves

Alabama Scene

There will likely be a six-week run-off campaign in Alabama this year rather than the usual three-week campaign. More...

School

TMS third nine weeks honor roll

Thomasville Middle School third nine weeks honor roll: More...

THS football team holds pageant

School News

A woman-less beauty pageant was put on by the Thomasville High School football team March 16. Several football players volunteered to participate. More...

Pine Hill students make UA Dean's List

A total of 3,763 students enrolled during the fall 2005 term at The University of Alabama made the Dean%27s List with academic records of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) or above or the President%27s List with academic records of 4.0 (all As). More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Jimmy Richard Bridges Jimmy Richard Bridges, 77, of Vineland died Wednesday, March 15, 2006 at his home. Funeral services were held at Vineland Baptist Church on Saturday, March 18 at 2 p.m. with Rev. Lister Hill officiating. More...

Clarke County Public Records

Marriage license applications Craig Renard Duff, to Felicia Antewan Abney; Justin Dean T. More...