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October 5, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

On deadline:

TMS students to publish school newspaper

Could the next Bob Woodward come from Thomasville? More...

T'ville man arrested for selling drugs

Aman arrested by Thomasville Police Department for selling drugs got into deeper trouble when it was discovered he was in possession of a stolen cell phone. More...

Walgreen's is coming to Jackson

Walgreen's will locate a pharmacy in Jackson. Jackson Mayor Richard Long said the final paperwork completing the deal for the sale of property behind the College Avenue Shell Station was signed Friday morning, Sept. 29. More...

Monroe County gets new industry

A new industry that will manufacture eco-friendly biodiesel fuel is coming to Monroe County. More...

Proposed north-south freeway gets hearing

Representatives from the Alabama Department of Transportation will hear comments from local residents on the More...

Special Sections

People

In Loving Memory of My Grandfather, Brady Bennett

July 17, 1922-Oct. 3, 2005 If you Shed a Tear

Please I am asking that you do not cry, for I only went home to meet Jesus in the sky. I have a mansion, a crown, and a beautiful white robe, and what a glory it is to walk on streets paved of gold. More...

Alumni & Friends Reunion planned for Oct. 7

The annual Alumni & Friends Reunion of Thomasville High School will be held Saturday, October 7, 2006 at 6:00 pm (gathering between 5:30 and 6:00pm). More...

Account set up at FUSB for Woods and her family

Aspecial account has been set up at First United Security Bank for LaTonya Woods to help her children while she is in the hospital. Ms. Woods is still in a Mobile hospital and faces more surgery after her recent car accident. More...

Religion

CHURCH CALENDAR

Star Bethel P.B. Church to hold Annual Choir Celebration More...

Spiritual Reflections

Do what Jesus says and it will work

Last week was my last Sunday as pastor of Pinedale Baptist Church. They had a brunch in our honor, and presented us with a love offering. Then I preached and we said our goodbyes. More...

SUNDAY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE

Matt Adams Sunday School Class Joe Jackson, John Jackson, Leo Moore, Earl Crow and Gary Cockerham, teacher. More...

Sports

Thomasville rolls over Choctaw County

Much to the delight of Head Coach Jack Hankins, his Thomasville Tiger football team scored quickly and often in their game with visiting Choctaw County last Friday, Sept. 29. More...

Bulldogs shock Leroy Bears

In a game that many prognosticators thought would be a tussle for at least two quarters before ultimately going the way of the number 1 ranked 2A Leroy Bears, a strange thing happened on the way to the final whistle. More...

Taking Names and Keeping Score

Big game at the 'Big House'

Unless you care absolutely nothing about high school football, have been out of town for an extended period of time, or have just awakened from a Rip Van Winkle sized nap, you already know that the Thomasville Tigers and the T. R. More...

Estate dispute settled out of court

An estate dispute that accused Jackson lawyer and circuit judge nominee Stuart C. DuBose of malpractice and other improprieties was settled in Mobile Circuit Court Monday as preparations were being made to seat a jury for a trial. More...

Zoning plan heads over to council

Thomasville's planning commission met last Wednesday night to consider changes to the city's proposed zoning and land use ordinance. More...

Marengo man found dead in burned SUV

Two Dixons Mills men have been arrested on capital murder charges for the burning death of Bobby Hayes. More...

Preparing for the unthinkable

County looks at potential for train disaster

While Clarke County's close access to railroads makes it an attractive spot for industrial development, they also present the possibility of an accident releasing dangerous chemicals close to residential areas. More...

Online Voters Guide available for Nov. 7

The Alabama League of Women Voters Education Fund and the Alabama Appleseed Center for Law & Justice today released online a nonpartisan Voter Guide about candidates for the Alabama Supreme Court in the November 7 general election. More...

Parden sworn in as Commander

Luther Parden, Quartermaster of The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), Post 5106, District 10 in Thomasville was sworn in recently as Commander of District 10 in Birmingham by National Commander, John Muller. 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

Zoning ordinance likely to pass

After a few tweaks to the proposed zoning and land use ordinance to More...

From the Editor's Desk

Strange stuff going on here

So after the birth of one child and the death of another, Anna Nicole Smith "married" her attorney. According to news reports, the couple exchanged "non-binding" vows. More...

OPINION

Full Story

School

Parten, Lanier nominated for Heisman

Thomasville High School's Andrew Parten and Sondra Lanier have been nominated for the coveted Wendy's High School Heisman Award. More...

SWHS class of '86 honored

The SWHS Class of 1986 was honored as part of homecoming celebration on Sept. 15. During the reunion, the class gave a special memorial tribute in memory of Donald Evans and Scott Perkins. More...

School News

THS busy with new events

The month of October is already here, with exciting events in store. From preparing for midterms to decorating homecoming floats, Thomasville High School students are constantly busy with new, exciting events. More...

For The Record

CLARKE COUNTY PUBLIC RECORDS

Marriage license applications Stevie Recardo Jones, to Latedra Katrail Chaney; Billy Ray Williamson, to Anne Stanton Anderson. More...

OBITUARIES

Georgia Ann Cobb Georgia Ann Cobb, 73, of Linden died Wednesday, September 27, 2006 at Bryan W. Whitfield Memorial Hospital in Demopolis. Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. at O'Bryant Chapel Funeral Home with Rev. Warren Huggins officiating. More...

SW man arrested for crime of passion

A Sweet Water man was arrested for what Clarke County deputies believe was a crime of passion last week. More...


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