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April 12, 2007 RSS feed / People

Elizabeth Bradford Chapter DAR Receives Awards

The Elizabeth Bradford Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution was the recipient of special recognition and several awards when the One Hundred Ninth State Conference was held March 13, 14, 15, at Auburn University and Dixon Conference C More...

Bennett-Howard to exchange vows

Janecia, Jeremyron, and Jamarcus announce the forthcoming marriage celebration of their mother, Bettye Bennett to Mr. Kimble Howard of Thomasville. Ms. More...

Good Housekeeping lowcalorie brownie recipe

PREP: 15 minutes plus cooling BAKE: about 25 minutes MAKES: 2 dozen brownies 1/2 cup butter or margarine (1 stick), cut up 4 ounces unsweetened chocolate, broken into pieces 2 ounces semisweet chocolate, broken into pieces 1 1/2 cups sugar 1 More...

Trivia test

1. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: Who was Time magazine's First Man of the Year in 1927? 2. MOVIES: Who starred in the film "Risky Business"? 3. LITERATURE: In which novel does the character of Emma Woodhouse appear? 4. More...

TLC's Easter egg hunt

TLC classes taught by "Miss" Karen, "Miss" Tina, and "Miss" Vanita, enjoyed an Easter Egg Hunt last Thursday, April 5 at Gates Drive Park. More...

Boys and Girls Club Grant

State Senator Pat Lindsey hands over a grant check for $5,500 to the Boys and Girls Club at Thomasville Middle School. More...

TMS Grant

State Senator Pat Lindsey rounded out his trip by delivering a grant check to Thomasville Middle School to help with its library book purchases. The grant was for $9,000. More...

Quarterback Club meeting

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Moments in time

+ On April 12, 1633, the inquisition of physicist and astronomer Galileo Galilei for holding the heretical belief that the Earth revolves around the Sun begins. More...

TPD report

The Thomasville Police Department arrested Terrell Roman Robinson on charges of first degree burglary, criminal trespass, probation violation and domestic violence Friday. More...

Thomas pleads guilty to sexual abuse of child

A man charged with sexual abuse of a six-year-old girl decided at the last minute not to let his case go to trial Tuesday and pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 20 years in the state penitentiary as a habitual offender. More...

Litter pick up week coming

The Clarke County Citizens Against Littering would like to encourage anyone who is disgusted and fed-up with seeing the trash that is so common along our roadways, to join forces with us in a countywide effort to clean it up. More...

Jordan Dancers to host cancer benefit gala

Jordan Dancers from the Jordan School of Dance will be hosting the Jordan Dancer Cancer Benefit Gala on Saturday, April 14 at 7 p.m. at the Clarke County High School Auditorium. More...

Moody replaces Dunigan on county water board

The Clarke County Commission rejected reappointing a longtime board member of the West Clarke Water Authority and appointed another individual to the board instead. More...

Water line to L-P plant finally goes out for bids

Water appears to be finally on the way to the new Louisiana Pacific plant under construction just south of Thomasville. More...

Ms. Drinkard turns 90

On March 29, Eunice Drinkard celebrated her 90th birthday. Jerry Drinkard, Hazel Jean Steadham , Ms. Drinkard and Tiny Drinkard, her children, shown celebrating at her party on March 31, at Liberty Baptist Church fellowship hall. More...

Pearson and Criswell Reunion

The Pearson and Criswell 27th Family Reunion will be Saturday, April 21 from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at Oak Grove Baptist Church in Pine Hill. More...

Heavy perfume too much in office

DEAR DIANE: I have a delicate situation that I need your help with. I work in an office with 12 other women. We all get along fairly well. Some of us are closer than others, but that's life, right? More...

Nursing Home News

There is no special time for prayer One can pray most anywhere, When things aren't going quite your way- Pause a moment, just to pray. Well how about the weather this past week! I cannot remember when it has been so cold on Easter Sunday. More...

Boys and Girls Club news

March 26-30 was Boys and Girls Club Week. The children enjoyed outside activities as well as Art Activities the staff planned for them. More...

MCS kindergarten and 1st grade pre-registration May 4

The Marengo County School System will conduct the Kindergarten and First Grade Pre-Registration Clinic on Friday, May 4 from 9:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. and from 12:00 noon until 2:30 p.m. More...

Public Library Grant

State Senator Pat Lindsey hands over a grant check for $6,000 to help the Thomasville Public Library. More...

F.S. Ervin Pre-K class Easter egg hunt

The Pre-K class students at F S Ervin Elementary School had their annual Easter egg hunt on Thursday, April 5, 2007. The students and parents were very excited about the event. Bandi Powell was the winner of the contest. She found 8 eggs. More...

Nims trades Michigan winter for some southern hospitality

Harold Nims is the new doctor in town. He hails from Flushing, Mich. And has been practicing family medicine in Flint, Mich. For the past three years. More...

Mt. Zion armed robbery

A local businessman was knocked out with a tire tool and robbed of $600 Saturday near his home and shop in the Mt. Zion community west of Grove Hill. More...

Hospital Auxiliary uniform sale

The Hospital Auxiliary recently held its uniform sale with the assistance of HICE Uniforms. Pictured, from left: Michelle Cofield, Cassandra Anderson, Cindy Phillips, Shirley Crowe and Marchel Hice. More...

State arson hotline open

Wildfire can hurt much more than forests and grass land - it can also destroy your home, car, or business. Unfortunately, the leading cause of wildfire in Alabama is arson. More...