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April 27, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

School board lists candidates

The Thomasville School Board announced its finalists for the schools superintendent position. According to the school board, there were 10 applicants for the position. More...

Library needs discussed

About 70 people attended a meeting held at the Thomasville Public Library on April 20. More...

Special Sections

People

THS Art Exhibit is May 4

Everyone is invited to attend the Thomasville High School Art Exhibit in the Thomasville Middle School Gym on May 4 from 6:30 until 8 p.m. More...

Jr. Woman's Club to sponsor Little Miss Pageant

Thomasville Junior Woman's Club will sponsor the Little Miss Pageant on Saturday, May 6 in the Thomasville Elementary School Gym, Sunday dress attire. The pageant is for ages three through the fourth grade. More...

Relay for Life Sponsors

Amedisys Home Health Care (above) and Weyerhaeuser's Jeff Rake (right) presented Relay for Life with donations this week. The Relay for Life main event for the Relay for Life teams will be held Friday at Gates Drive Park. More...

Religion

Wesley Chapel holds singing

Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church will hold their fifth Sunday night singing on Sunday, April 30 at 6:30 p.m. featuring the Southern Gospel Believers of Monroe County and seven year old Mallory Broadus of Thomasville. More...

Church Calendar

Church of God Pentecostal holds Women's Day Program More...

Spiritual Reflections

Man looks on the outside, but God looks on the heart

We have a group of young men working on our old cabin to make it new. More...

Sports

Spring football practice begins

Hankins rebuilding after losing 16 seniors

When you graduate 16 seniors off of a football team that goes 11 and 3 and is ultimately eliminated from the hunt for a state championship in the semi-final round of the state playoffs, there is naturally some concern about finding players who will b More...

Tigers win county tournament

Team gets into state playoffs

The Thomasville Tiger varsity baseball team finished a near perfect week this past Saturday, April 22 when they defeated their two county rivals in the second annual Clarke County Baseball Tournament. More...

Taking Names and Keeping Score

What a difference a day makes

Only three days out of spring training and just settling into what was expected to be his routine for the summer at AA Bowie, Maryland, Thomasville's Nick McCurdy a 1998 graduate of Thomasville High School got a call on April 9, which changed everyth More...

Rain!

Water drops from rain cling to the petals of these flowers outside the Ala-Tom RC&D office in downtown Thomasville Tuesday. More...

T'ville sets RV park ordinance

The Thomasville City Council received plenty of reading material Monday night as Mayor Sheldon Day handed out three zoning ordinances from communities around Alabama. More...

Grove Hill man found guilty of murder

Ladarius Wright, formerly of Grove Hill, was convicted of murder in Clarke County Circuit Court last week. More...

Clarke Commission gets completed E-911 maps

Clarke County Commissioners were presented a copy of the completed Geographical Information System (GIS) map by Clarke County E-911 Director Becky Neugent. 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 Will it be a civic center or a theater?

Is this finally the moment of truth for Thomasville's civic center? With Mayor Sheldon Day saying the "finalized" plans are here with just some "tweaking," we'll see if this project finally gets off the ground. More...

Opinion

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Alabama Scene

Siegelman trial could be during primary

You have to believe that the legal eagles of the Alabama Democratic Party are already poring over the law books and party rules to see what their recourse would be if the trial of Don Siegelman has not come to a conclusion by June 7...the date of the More...

School

TES students win poster contest

The Clarke County Soil and Water Conservation District recently announced the winners of their Poster Contest. More...

Juniors work for credit

Juniors Neely Duke, who works at Family Medicine Pharmacy and Jeff Ramsey, at Restorations Unlimited, are both Cooperative Education students at Thomasville High School. More...

School News

THS faculty takes the win

Senior and junior classmen attended the 2006 THS Senior/Junior Prom on Saturday, April 22. This is an annual event that is held in the Thomasville High School gymnasium. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

James R. Anderson James R. Anderson, 65, a native of Surginer and a resident of Saginaw, Mich. died Saturday, April 15, 2006 at Covenant Medical Center-Cooper in Saginaw. More...

Sheriff's Report

A man brought to Clarke County Jail for not appearing in court for a speeding ticket wound up being arrested for a lot more when he tried to leave. More...