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October 5, 2006 RSS feed / People

Boat ramp to be closed for repairs

The public boat ramp at Gainestown Landing on the Alabama River will be closed for repairs beginning Monday, Oct. 9. It is anticipated that the repairs will take approximately two weeks to complete. The U.S. Army Corps of More...

Carleton, Boone plan Oct. 29 wedding

Mrs. Lester Roy Carleton of Birmingham announces the engagement of her daughter, Sharon Lea Carleton of Asheville, N. C., to The Rev. Canon Robert A. Boone, Jr., also of Asheville. More...

Residents have a week full of games

They grumble they're to busy, and grouch the whole day More...

Clarke, Steadham make final plans

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

Fulton VFD to host fall singing

The Fulton Volunteer Fire Department will have their annual Fall Gospel Singing on Oct. 7 in downtown Fulton from 4 p.m. until. Local talent includes: Bridgette Shewmake, Jennifer Henderson, Mark Lynn, Donald More...

Five generations gather

Front (L-R) Mary Phillips, Jamie Thurston, Dell Morgan; back, Rusty Morgan and Jennifer Thurston. The oldest, Mary Phillips and the youngest, Jamie Thurston both have the same birthday, June 28. More...

BTAS to hold auditions Oct. 8

Ballet & Theatre Arts Performing Companies in Gilbertown was not able to cast the musical Smoke on the Mountain at our first audition. More...

Cogongrass headache for landowners

Cogongrass, also known as Japgrass or bloodroot, has made its way up from the Gulf Coast and is causing headaches for Clarke County foresters and landowners. More...

Memorial Quilt to be auctioned

Nancy Pugh of Sandflat donated this "Memorial Quilt" to be auctioned off Saturday, Oct. 7 More...

Kathryn Tucker Windham tell tales in Selma Oct. 13-14

The weekend of October 13-14 is the perfect time for a visit to Selma. That's when the historic city hosts its 28th Annual Alabama Tale Tellin' Festival. More...

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...

Lofton, Grimes to wed in Mobile

Kenny and Julie Lofton of Excel announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Cassidy Lofton to Stephean Grimes, the son of Michael and Sherry Loftin of Camden and Tony and Judy Grimes of Monroeville. More...

Ghost Walk set for Oct. 28 in downtown

The Arts Council of Thomasville will present the 3rd annual Kathryn Tucker Windham "Ghost Walk" to be held Saturday, Oct. 28 beginning at 5 p.m. at Clay Park in downtown Thomasville. More...

Smith to celebrate birthday Monday

Carol Smith is having a birthday party Oct. 7 from 2 until 4 p.m. at the Thomasville Nursing Home in the lunchroom. There will be knick-knacks and More...

Richardsons' celebrate 50th

Leroy Raymond and Maude Lee (Tucker) Richardson celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary August 26, 2006, at their home in Deer Park with their children and grandchildren. More...

Oktoberfest is planned Saturday in Gilbertown

Oktoberfest 2006 will be held this weekend (October 7th) in Gilbertown. More...

Thank You

To All our dear friends in Thomasville and Clarke County ~ More...

Make time for some fun in the kitchen

Cooking together is a great way to spend time as a family, and there are all kinds of things that kids can learn in the kitchen like reading, math, and valuable life skills. More...

SAMC Auxiliary presents check

Jo Wood of the Southwest Alabama Medical Center Auxiliary presents a check to Kevin Bierschenk, SAMC Administrator, and Lisa Sims, Director of Nursing, for the purchase of two Key Pad/Automated Lock Medication carts for the hospital. More...

CHS "Ole Timers" Reunion is Saturday, Oct. 1

All former students, teachers, and friends of Coffeeville High School are invited to attend an "Ole Timers" Reunion to be held at the School on Saturday, Oct. 21. More...