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May 15, 2008 RSS feed / People

Black Belt Treasures holds reception

A reception was held May 9 at Black Belt Treasures in Camden. Many artists from Clarke County are represented by works in the gallery, which is sponsored by the Alabama Tombigbee Regional Commission. More...

County Commission renews industrial board

The Clarke County Commission approved Tuesday the appointment and reappointment of members of the county Industrial Development Board. More...

Pine Hill lets officers take cars

After some debate about what would be fair, the Pine Hill Town Council approved temporarily allowing its two police officers to take a patrol car and a K-9 car home out of the city limits. More...

Jordan works on display

An art exhibition opened at Queens University in Charlotte, NC last week, featuring the work of a Thomasville native. Titled Stretch: Type, the exhibition is a collaboration between Janette Grassi of Charlotte, NC and Doni Jordan of Columbia, SC. More...

SWHS students tour colleges in Tuscaloosa

The seniors and select juniors of Sweet Water High School toured colleges in Tuscaloosa on May 6. Their first visit was at the University of Alabama. The tour guides were Heather Hannah and Emily Sharp-Kener. More...

VFDs fill the boot for MDA

The Pine Hill and Lower Peachtree Volunteer Fire Depart - ments will be joining forces again as they participate in the Muscu - lar Dystrophy Associa tion's Fillthe Boot Campaign. More...

T'ville council considers new work schedule

The City of Thomasville is looking for ways to be more efficient in city government. Mayor Sheldon Day proposed the idea Monday of having employees in the Street and Recreation Departments work 10-hour shift four days-a-week during the summer. More...

Walgreens in Thomasville now open

The Walgreens at Highway 43 and Bashi Road in Thomasville recently opened. "We're excited about bringing Walgreens to Thomasville," said manager Stephen Stanquist. More...

TPD report

The Thomasville Police Department made the following misdemeanor arrests last week: Arnold Strother Holt - DUI, Robert Shawn Gunter - leaving the scene of an accident, James Leon Davis - probation violation (four counts), child support violation More...

Historical society meeting is May 25

The Clarke County Historical Society will hold its May meeting in Coffeeville on Sunday, May 25 in recognition of Coffeeville's bicentennial. The group will meet at Ulcanush Baptist Church at 2:30 p.m. More...

First United Security Bank board rejects merger idea

United Security Bancshares shareholders Tuesday overwhelmingly re-elected 12 incumbent directors and rejected two proposals that could have altered the Thomasvillebased financial institution's direction and future. More...

Voter's list in this issue

A list of qualified Clarke County voters is in this week's newspaper. There are approximately 17,726 voters registered in the county and the figure includes active and inactive voters. More...

Weyerhaeuser art contest winners announced

Weyerhaeuser Health and Wellness Committee recently held an open art contest for children of employees. Contestants were asked to represent, in a drawing, what health or safety means to them. More...


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