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June 8, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

DuBose looks to be the winner in tight judge's race

Stuart DuBose appeared to be the winner early Wednesday by a mere handful of votes in the hotly contested race for a circuit judge's seat in the First Judicial Circuit. More...

A "fixer-upper"

Thomasville firefighters performed a practice burn on this house on Front Street in downtown Thomasville Friday. More...

Special Sections

People

ADA to hold workshops

The Independent Living Center of Mobile, a non-profit organization serving people with disabilities in Southwest Alabama, has received a grant from the Southeast Disability Business Technical Assistance Center (Southeast DBTAC) to present workshops i More...

Times to produce hurricane special

The Thomasville Times is joining forces with the Clarke County Democrat, the South Alabamian and Choctaw Advocate to produce a special hurricane preparedness issue. More...

Frazier, Kelley to wed Saturday

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Frazier of Wilmer announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Katherine Danielle to Kenneth Matthew Kelley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edward Kelley of Thomasville. More...

School

SWHS holds Spring Festival

The Sweet Water SGA sponsored the annual Spring Festival for the elementary students on Saturday, April 22nd. This years' theme was "Candyland Fantasy". Some of the activities featured were talents, models and favorites. More...

Gates selected as HOBY Rep.

Mary Ann Gates, a sophomore at Sweet Water High School was selected as a representative to attend the HOBY Leadership Seminar May 19-21. She is the daughter of Leigh Ann and Tony Gates of Sweet Water. More...

Retirees honored at SWHS

On Thursday, May 25, family, friends, and co-workers gathered in the Sweet Water High School Cafeteria for a special tea to honor the retirees of 2006. Retirees honored were Vivian Walters, Francis Dennison, and Jean Norwood. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

Catherine Arnold Adams Catherine Arnold Adams, 50, of Columbia, Miss. died May 29, 2006 in an automobile accident. Funeral services were held Saturday, June 3 at 1 p.m. at Williams Temple C.M.E. Church in Thomasville. More...

Clarke County Public Records

Marriage license applications Jeremy Lee May, to Teresa Leighann Wages; Robert Gregory Sellers, to Heather Jewel Dunn; Johnny Mark Sublette, to Deanna Diane Stallings; Jeffrey Scott Henson, to Stacy Renee Milstead; Chester Glen Milstead, to S More...

Thomasville Police Report

The Thomasville Police Department arrested and charged Robert Shawn Gunter with assault, 2nd degree, public intoxication and disorderly conduct Saturday. More...

Wiggins, Moore win in primary race

From Staff Reports Thomasville State Trooper Gene Wiggins and Lieutenant Bobby Moore of the Clarke County Sheriff's Department will face one another for the office of Clarke County sheriff in the November general election. More...

First baby placed with Secret Safe Place

Amy Duke of the District Attorney's office reported Tuesday morning that the first baby had been placed in the care of Grove Hill Memorial Hospital through the Secret Safe Place for Newborns program. More...

Edward Vaiden Dozier passes

Long-time Thomasville businessman Edward Vaiden Dozier died Saturday at the Southwest Alabama Medical Center. More...

Coffeeville man arrested after chase

A man who ran from the law in Coffeeville actually ran back to them, with illegal drugs in his hands. More...

Keahey and Lathan make run-off for legislative seat

Marc Keahey led the balloting in the Democratic race for the District 65 seat in the Alabama House of Representatives Tuesday. 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 Get busy living or get busy dying

There's a phrase from the movie "Shawshank Redemption" that goes: "get busy living or get busy dying." More...

Alabama Scene

Politics can be dirty, if done right

Because the newspapers I write for have different publication dates...some of them will be printed before the election, some afterwards...I am in a hopeless position as I write this column. More...

Opinion

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Religion

Rose's Remuddlings

Let's not give place to the devil

My family and I transplanted from here last October when my husband, Randy, became pastor of Elam Baptist Church and Thomasville is now becoming "home" for us. More...

T'ville Baptist VBS

Thomasville Baptist Church holds Vacation Bible School. More...

Puppet Productions performs

"Puppet Productions" of Faith Christian Academy (F.C.A. is a ministry of the New Life Pentecostal Church in Thomasville) was invited to the Little Blessing Day Care Center on Wednesday, May 17. More...

Sports

Ready for All-Star games

Regular season ending, all-stars coming up
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Travelers win three in early action

The Thomasville Travelers opened their 2006 season in a big way this past Saturday, June 3 when they defeated the Birmingham Starz once and the Atlanta Pirates twice in the course of one day. More...

Taking Names and Keeping Score

Knowing that you belong

In the last couple of days I caught an interview that Andy Phillips of the New York Yankees had on ESPN following a decisive victory over their arch rival the Boston Red Sox, The former Alabama star who hails from Demopolis played a significant role More...


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