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August 24, 2006 RSS feed / People

Pritchett retires from U.S. Navy

David M. Pritchett (R), Chief Hospital Corpsman (Surface Warfare/Air Warfare) retired from the U.S. Navy July 31, 2006. Pritchett has a wife and three daughters. More...

MHS Alumni holds reunion

The Alabama Chapter of the Marengo High School Alumni Association will hold it's "Let's Make A Difference Reunion", the weekend of Aug. 25-27. More...

Computers added to T'ville Library

In an effort to meet the rising need for public access computers, Thomasville Public Library now offers a wireless access point for laptop users. Also, 2 computers were added to the public lab, bringing the total to 7. More...

Little Blessings three and four year olds

The three and four year olds that graduated from Little Blessing Day Care are Alaijah McCall, JaMarcus Carter, Jaunita Horn, Brianna Clure, Mylan Calhoun and Jamie Luden. More...

Welcome Home cookbooks available

Welcome Home cookbooks, sponsored by the Thomasville Civic Center Foundation, are available at The Thomasville Times and Southwest Alabama Chamber of Commerce. The cost for the cookbook is $10. More...

Counselman completes master's

David Counselman of Jackson completed the master of arts degree in Spanish linguistics at the Pennsylvania State University last spring semester. More...

Fave foods of the famous

Alan Thicke Throughout his long award-winning entertainment career, Canada native Alan Thicke has done it all: Late-night talk-show host, TV sitcom star, accomplished author, and even composer. More...

Peewee registration is Aug. 26

Registration for Peewee Football and Peewee Cheerleaders will be held Saturday, August 26 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Gates Drive Park in front of the concession stand. More...

Eutaw Chamber organizes Antique Trail

A new weekend long event for Alabama to be held Sept. 15-17! More...

Rural Fun Day set for Saturday, Aug. 26

Load up the whole family and bring those lawn chairs and appetites for barbeque and good entertainment to Thomaston on Saturday, Aug. 26 for Rural Fun Day. More...

Byrd named to leadership team

Cindra Renae Byrd, teacher at Robert E. Willis was named to the leadership team at her school in Bradenton, Fla. More...

Little Blessings graduates first Pre-K class

In three years Little Blessings Day Care has accomplished a lot of things. They had their first graduation ceremony on May 25, 2006. Attending the ceremony was Mayor Sheldon Day and Rep. Thomas Jackson. More...

Shoes for Orphans ends Friday

Moody Radio stations, WMFT - Tuscaloosa/Birmingham, WMBV - Dixons Mills and WMBU - Forest, Miss. are now conducting their Shoes for Orphan Souls Campaign. More...

Gray completes his dissertation for Ph.D.

Steven Gray completed his dissertation defense for his Ph.D. in Molecular Biology on August 18, 2006 at Vanderbilt University in Nashville. More...

Amford Agency donates to DARE

Cliff Amos (R) from the Amford Agency makes a donation to Officer John Thornton of the DARE Program. More...

You should assert workplace rights

DEAR DIANE By Diane Verhoven Many readers -- all of them non-smokers -- reacted very emotionally to my response to "Fuming in Frankfort," who was complaining about smokers in his office taking more than their allotted 15-minute brea More...