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January 25, 2007 RSS feed / People

Research Club met Jan. 18

The Research Club met January 18, 2007 at People's Corner. Hostesses for the meeting were: Sally Cox, Judy Hamilton, (not pictured) Cindy Spiller and Linda Vice. More...

Sweet Water to hold baseball registration

Sweet Water Youth Baseball will have registration throughout the month of February. You may pick up a registration form at Sweet Water Town Hall or Sweet Water High School during business hours. More...

Silent Auction to be held March 8

A Secret Safe Place for Newborns will be holding an auction this year for their 2nd annual fundraiser. They are now collecting items for this auction. More...

Girls Scout Troop # 57 name accomplishments for 2006

With the start of cookie sales, Thomasville's Girl Scout Troop 57 issued its list of accomplishments for 2006. January 2006 - Attended Cookie College and learned all there was to know about selling cookies. More...

Local student named to President's List at USM

The University of Southern Mississippi President's List has been released for the fall 2006 semester. The President's List includes full-time students who earned a 4.0 grade point average (all A's). More...

Morris injured in single truck wreck

Ken Morris, is recovering at USA Medical Center in Mobile after being pinned under his overturned truck last Thursday, Jan. 18, on Elam Road west of Thomasville. Morris, 34, was returning to his Thomasville home when the accident occurred. More...

Shivar's first

Kaitlyn Shivar, 7th grade at TMS, killed her first deer hunting with her friend, Bro. Phil Craddock in Lower Peach Tree on Friday, Jan. 19. More...

Becton's first buck

Celina Becton, age 8, daughter of Dana and Celia Becton of Grove Hill, killed her first buck using a .270 riffle in Mobile County. More...

Campbell's spike

Forrest Campbell killed this spike while hunting with his mom. He is the son of Doug and Renee Campbell of Vineland. More...

Wright's buck

This 175-lb., 7-point buck was killed recently by Russell Wright. More...

Sen. Shelby to address Clarke County residents Feb. 10

U. S. Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) will join the residents of Clarke County for a county visit on Saturday, Feb. 10 at 10 a.m. More...

Pine Hill native reaches number one on Website

Pine Hill native Cydney Molloy Foster has been voted the number one unsigned country artist on Soundclick.com. Soundclick, the fastest growing mp3 site on the web, features both signed and unsigned artists. More...

Worthwhile Club learns about Boys & Girls Club

The Worthwhile Club met on January 10 at 2 p.m. in the Club Room for its monthly meeting. Twenty-five members were present and one guest, Cindy Ogle. Centerpieces on the table were an assortment of snowmen with a camellia at each end. More...

Slade graduates from USA in Mobile

Communication graduate Jonathan Slade of Thomasville has received his Bachelor of Arts degree in communication with a concentration in advertising from the University of South Alabama in Mobile. More...

Locals attend Naturalization Service

Mrs. Hannis Kennedy, Chaplain, Mrs. Edd Kennedy, Jr., Treasurer, and Mrs. More...

HIPPY Donation

Alabama Power recently presented a $2,500 donation to Clarke County's HIPPY (Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters). More...

Brain worms do exist

Most of us are familiar with worms, or, at least, we think we are. As children, worms lived in the ground, and were what we used as bait when we went fishing. They were either "yucky and gross" or "neat and cool," depending on our perspective. More...

Lynn's first

Tyler Lynn, age 12, of Morvin killed his first deer, a 3- point buck that weighed 92 lbs. He is the son of Donna Pharr and the late Rusty Lynn. He is the grandson of Betty Phillips and Rebecca Lynn and the great-grandson of Mary Phillips. More...

Tyler's buck

Sam Tyler, a fourth grader at TES, killed this 8-pt. moose nose buck and a doe last Sunday in Gosport while hunting with his dad. He is the son of R. D. and Charlotte Tyler. More...

Possible record breaker

Keith Davis killed this mule deer while hunting in Northwest Alberta, Canada. This deer will be ranked as one of the top 10 mule deer taken all time in Canada with archery gear. More...


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