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May 10, 2007 RSS feed / People

Brother charged in traffic death

A brother has been charged with wreckless murder following a one-vehicle accident that killed his sister on Chastang Hill east of Jackson Saturday. More...

Morgan serving in Iraq

Army Private First Class Caleb Jay Morgan, of Thomasville is currently serving a one year tour of duty in Iraq with the Military Police Unit from Huntsville. PFC Morgan is the son of Ms. Jayne Morgan of Thomasville. More...

Holt to graduate from UA

Tametrius Shandrell Holt is a candidate for graduation at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. On Saturday May 12, at 1:00 p.m. in the Coleman Coliseum. She will be receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree. More...

Girl Scouts ranked No. 1

Girl Scout Troop #57 is celebrating selling the most Girl Scout Cookies in the Deep South Region. They sold over 8,000 boxes. More...

Arthritis exercise class offered

The summer arthritis exercise program is slated to begin on May 9 at Bryan Whitfield Memorial Hospital. Sponsored by the Wellness Center, the 8-week program will be held in the hospital's classroom. More...

Burkes Mechanical receives inaugural award

On March 17, 2007, Burkes Mechanical, Inc. received the first ever Thomas M. Drury Award. The award is named after Mr. Thomas M. Drury who is the President and Chief Operating Officer of Bloomsdale Excavating. More...

Opine-Tallahatta Springs VFD to hold open house May 19

Marie Slade and Ramona Kelley display the quilt that raffle tickets are being sold for. The Opine-Tallahatta Springs Volunteer Fire Department is having an open house and gospel singing on May 19 from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. More...

Edward Jones ranks highest in overall satisfaction

Edward Jones financial advisors rank the firm highest in overall satisfaction, according to a newly released study by J. D. Power and Associates, said Mark Gerald, a financial advisor in Thomasville. The inaugural J. D. More...

Over 100 pot plants seized

Over 100 marijuana plants were found in Clarke County Friday when the Alabama Bureau of Investigation's eradication team flew over the county. More...

2008 Junior Miss

Ellie Wilson, the daughter of Bruce and Rhonda Wilson of Grove Hill was selected as Clarke County's 2008 Junior Miss Saturday night. She is a junior at Clarke County High School. More...

Broadus wins

Mallory Broadus competed in the Jimmie Rodgers Festival Saturday, May 5 in Meridian, Miss. She competed in the youth division from ages 3-15. She was the overall winner in the competition and won $1,000.00. More...

Nursing Home News

For warmth of gentle rain That falls from up above For wealth of little prayers That fill my need for love. More...

The Learning Lab

The Boys and Girls Club will have a 4 year old Preschool Program the 2007-2008 school year. The curriculum is "The Learning Box". The hours will be from 8:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m., Monday- Friday. More...

Auxiliary gets special treatment for Hospital Week

Hospital Week is May 7-11, and SAMC Auxiliary was pampered with massages from the Finding Balance Day Spa. Pictured above is B. J. Detrich, LMT, Kathy Roberts, LMT and Linda Privett, Auxiliary. More...

Wilcox Historical Society to hold spring pilgrimage May 12

The Wilcox Historical Society is sponsoring a tour of homes, churches, schools, and other historic sites located in Wilcox County on Saturday, May 12 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. More...

ADO gets national award

Site Selection magazine named the Alabama Development Office as the winner of its 2006 Competitiveness Award. More...


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