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September 7, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

CCDF annual meeting in C'ville

The Clarke County Develop-ment Foundation's annual meeting will be held in Coffeeville, Thursday, Sept. 21 and residents there are planning an old fashioned fish fry. More...

East to make Eagle Scout

Christopher Patrick East will become part of a small, yet privilege group following his Court of Honor at Pineview Baptist Church at 2 p.m. this Sunday, Sept. 10. More...

Special Sections

People

Looking up

Thomasville United Methodist Church installed a new steeple this week. More...

Deputy's charge nol processed

A charge of domestic violence/harassment against Clarke County Deputy Thomas Fox was nol prossed in Jackson Municipal Court Aug. 31 by Municipal Judge Chris Bailey. More...

Clarke, Steadham to exchange vows

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Clarke of Grove Hill announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Christy Ann Clarke to Richard Brandon Steadham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Steadham of Thomasville. More...

School

School News

THS students return after Labor Day

Thomasville High School students and faculty returned to school on September 5th after a beautiful Labor Day weekend. More...

Drama Club inducts new members

What a year it was! The 2005-2006 season for THS Drama was both memorable and eventful. The troupe traveled to Mobile in November for the Walter Trumbauer District Competition. More...

Financial aid tip for seniors

High school counselors across the state will soon receive free college admissions and financial aid guides to distribute free to seniors. If you have a senior in your family who doesn't get one, encourage him or her to request a copy. More...

For The Record

Obituaries

William A. Flowers William A. Flowers, 55, of Jackson died Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2006 at his home. Graveside services were held at Coy Cemetery in Coy on Thursday, Aug. 31 at 11 a.m. with Rev. Al Crawford officiating. More...

Clarke County Public Records

Marriage license applications John Edward Flint, to Dakota Nichole Dumas; Jason Tyler Kelley, to Allison Suanne Mitchum; Curtis Terrell McCall, to Hilal Yel; James Harding Morgan Jr., to Margaret Ruth Harris. More...

Thomasville Police Report

The Thomasville Police Department made 15 arrests for the week ending September 3. More...

Weyerhaeuser cuts 79 jobs in Pine Hill

Weyerhaeuser announced the elimination of 79 jobs from its Pine Hill mill Tuesday. More...

Civic center's original plan back on table

It looks like it's back to the original plans for Thomasville's proposed civic center. More...

Litter week to bring awareness

Litter Awareness Week will be observed in Clarke County Sept. 11-16 and special efforts are being made to make residents in the area more aware of the importance of keeping the environment clean. More...

Man killed in Gainestown area shooting Friday night

A Walker Springs man was killed Friday night at a hang-out in the Gainestown area. 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

Our View

Laws not helping immigrant situation

In this week's issue, we've published another news release where another handful of state troopers received certification to arrest and hold illegal aliens. More...

From the Editor's Desk

Same story for workers

The announcement of job cuts at Weyerhaeuser's Pine Hill plant this week reminded me of a story I read a few years ago. More...

Alabama Scene

Racism rears its head in politics again

Political correctness be damned, it is time to tell it like it is. Joe Louis Reed, the long time black political power boss, is a racist. A card-carrying racist. More...

Religion

Church Calendar

Dickinson Baptist Church plans homecoming Homecoming at Dickinson Baptist Church is Sunday, Sept. 9 with Bro. Don White as the guest speaker. More...

Light Reflections

Front porch memories

What ever happen to the front porch? This was a place of great importance in times past. It was the place where the family taught and memories were made. More...

Spiritual Reflections

Jesus Christ is the greatest of all

One of the best known sports figures of our time, whether you like him or not, is Mohammed Ali. More...

Sports

Tigers survive opening week, take #1

For the second year in a row the annual battle between the Sweet Water Bulldogs and the Thomasville Tigers came down to the wire with Thomasville emerging this year with a 20-14 win. More...

Taking Names and Keeping Score

The race is on

Well its official, the first full weekend of college football is now in the record books and the race for number one has begun. More...

Panthers take the Hornets in season opener

The Marengo High Panthers traveled to Demopolis this past Friday, September 1 and defeated County rival John Essex 20-8 in Coach Scottie Jones' debut as the Dixons Mill based team's new head man. More...


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