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November 2, 2006 RSS feed / People

Anderson celebrates 90th

Melba Anderson (middle sitting) celebrated her 90th birthday with many friends and relatives Saturday, Oct. 21 at the Thomasville United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. More...

Foster to be on radio series

Two songs written and recorded by Cydney Molloy Foster will be featured on the radio series "Country Legends in the Making" hosted by Dixie Vornbrock. More...

Worthwhile Club met Oct. 11

The monthly meeting of the Worthwhile Club was held on Oct. 11 at 2 p.m. in the club room. There were 21 members present and one guest, Mary English. Lora Horn was welcomed as a new member. Louise McApline led in the Pledge of Allegiance. More...

Pine Hill VFD to sell BBQ

The Pine Hill Volunteer Fire Department will be holding their annual BBQ sale on Nov. 3. The sale will start at approximately 7 p.m. at the Pine Hill City Hall. All sales and donations will go to support the fire department. More...

Pine Hill quilt drawing

This quilt in Pine Hill City Hall is being raffled off, and the proceed will go to aid the Pine Hill Police Auxiliary. Drawing will be held Dec. 4. More...

Grove Hill gets CDBG grant

Grove Hill senior citizens applauded the news last week that the Town of Grove Hill has been approved to receive a Community Development Block Grant for $250,000. More...

Special breads for fall

Harvest Home Nothing says fall like apples and warm, homemade bread! More...

Alabama's hunters help feed the hungry

As the 2006-07 deer season opens, hunters are encouraged to provide food to needy families by participating in Hunters Helping the Hungry. The Hunters Helping the Hungry program provides thousands of pounds of ground venison to area food banks. More...

Trivia Test

1. GEOGRAPHY: What U.S. state is bordered on the north and west by the states of Montana and Idaho? More...

Rikard's Mill to make syrup Nov. 4

A 19th century restored mule-driven cane mill and furnace will again be making syrup as in olden days at Rikard's Mill on Saturday, Nov. 4. More...

Pioneer Day at Clarke County Museum Nov. 11

A variety of old-fashioned fun is scheduled for the Clarke County Museum's Sixth Annual Pioneer Day Saturday, Nov. 11. The free event, held on the Museum grounds from 9 a.m. More...

Rocking at T'ville Nursing Home

If you receive a faith that's strong, Pass it on to those who long, More...

ARTC to hold Leadership Program

The Alabama-Tombigbee Regional Commission Area Agency on Aging (ATRC AAA), in conjunction with the Alabama Department of Senior Services (ADSS) and the University of West Alabama (UWA), is seeking Senior Volunteers for participation in their Winter 2 More...

One big potato

Shelton Smith (middle) and his grandchildren Chris Phillips (R) and Alyssa Phillips grew this 25 inch sweet potato. More...

Military News

Brown graduates from basic training

Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Sonderia T. Brown has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. More...

Butlerfest planned for this weekend

The City of Butler is off and running with their 3rd Annual Butlerfest/Memphis In May Sanctioned Event. More...

Jackson Fall Festival

The annual Jackson Fall Festival is Saturday, Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and will feature plenty of craft booths and food vendors in the downtown area. More...

The circus comes to town

The Carson & Barnes Circus set up for two shows in Thomasville Sunday, thrilling the crowd with acrobatic stunts and trained animal routines. More...

Extra weight a turn-off

DEAR DIANE: I am so heartbroken. My husband of six years, "Leon," has not touched me in more than three years. I have tried to initiate lovemaking with him, but he refuses. More...

Political collectibles are hot

Q: Can you tell me the value of a Republican textbook that was published during the campaign of 1902? -- Dolores, Platteville, Wisc. More...

Strange but true

It was Bennett Alfred Cerf, co-founder of the Random House publishing company, who defined good manners as "the noise you don't make when you're eating soup." More...

Ghost Walk 2006

Darnell and Scott Lewis received the first place award for best scarecrow. The scarecrow competition was sponsored by the Arts Council of Thomasville and the Downtown Merchants Association. photo by sissy agee More...


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