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May 17, 2007 RSS feed / People

"Click it or Ticket" blitz is in effect

The Thomasville Police Department will be holding a Memorial Day Blitz as part of their "Click it or Ticket" program from May 14, to June 3. More...

"Smoke on the mountain" performances scheduled

The year is 1938. It's Saturday night in Mount Pleasant, NC, and the Reverend Oglethorpe has invited the Sanders Family Singers to provide an upliftin' evening of singin' and witnessin'. More...

Anderson-Lynn to wed May 26

Malcolm Anderson and Cassandra Anderson of Sweet Water are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Cala Danielle Anderson to Paul Anthony Lynn, son of Paul and Anita Lynn of Putnam. More...

Thank you

Dear Friends: Thank you! The farewell reception given by friends and staff was lovely and thoroughly appreciated. When I moved to Thomasville I thought that I would spend the rest of my life there but things have a way of changing! More...

Jr. Woman's Club Little Miss Winners

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Foster appears with T. Graham Brown on Nashville OnStage

Cydney Molloy Foster, a Pine Hill native, appeared with country singer and songwriter T. Graham Brown on the Nashville television series Nashville OnStage. More...

About 150 attend teleconference

About 150 business and industry leaders from the county gathered in Thomasville last Friday to learn how to maximize their leadership potential. The occasion was the Maximum Impact simulcast arranged by the Clarke County Development Foundation. More...

Marengo County native authors cookbook

Linda Weiss, a native of Marengo County, has just released her new cookbook, Memories From Home, Cooking with Family & Friends. More...

Opine-Tallahatta Springs Volunteer Fire Department to hold Open House May 19

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. at the department's new station. More...

City of Thomasville resolution setting alcohol vote Aug. 14

Whereas, pursuant to Act 2006-380 (hereinafter referred to as the Act) of the Alabama Legislature, a Petition has been presented to the City Clerk of The City of Thomasville, Alabama containing the names of twenty five per cent (25%) of the number More...

Kidnapping was a hoax

Two teenage girls initially feared abducted have been located. They may be in almost as much trouble as they would have been had they been abducted. An army of FBI agents descended on the county to help local lawmen in a search and investigation. More...

Governor's plane rides still in Keahey's sites

A freshman Grove Hill legislator continues to lob missiles at Gov. Bob Riley's use of state aircraft. Rep. Marc Keahey, D-Grove Hill, introduced a bill last week that would ban the use of sate aircraft for personal and political use. More...

Front Porch Tour

The ninth annual Front Porch Tour will be held in Pine Apple, Sunday, May 27, 2007. Fried chicken boxes will be served from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Moore Academy Gymnasium. Pine Apple Promotions, Inc. will have its gift gallery open. More...

Anderson to wed Pierce on May 26

Steve and Peggy Pugh and Tommie and Ruby Anderson of Thomasville announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Nancy Marie Anderson to Todd Randal Pierce. He is the son of Tami and Matthew Black of Thomasville and Jerry Pierce of Newnan, Ga. More...

CBAA Host Annual Legislative Day

Hilda Hicks, (L) front row, representing the Bank of Pine Hill, Braxton Cook, Jonathan Hicks and Crum Cook, (L-R) on back row, representing Wilcox Academy and Peggy Brening, (R) front row, More...

Arts Council Announces Guidelines for the Writer's Critique Session

The Grove Hill Arts Council and the Grove Hill Writers Club have announced the guidelines for the critique session of the upcoming Writing Workshop. The Writing Workshop is free to all interested writers. More...

Former T'ville couple gets adoption in China

Former Thomasville couple Ty and JJ Parten had been married for nine years when they decided it was time to have a family. Little did they know that decision would take them halfway around the world. More...

Blood Drive May 29

One aspect of blood drive coordination that is as important as the life-saving mission of the American Red Cross is the closely knit relationships that develop between those engaged in saving lives through blood donation. More...


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