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June 5, 2008 RSS feed / People

After 32 years, McCorquodale replaced on state oil and gas board

The longest-serving member of the Alabama Oil and Gas Board- a Clarke County resident- has been replaced after having served for 32 years. Gaines C. McCorquodale, a Jackson attorney, had served continuously since first being appointed by Gov. More...

Lions hold convention aboard cruise ship

The annual Lions Club Multi-District 34 Convention held it state convention aboard the Holiday Cruise Ship with a fourday cruise to Cozumel, Mexico. Approximately 150 Lions and their guests were aboard. More...

Reunions planned

Moore Academy Moore Academy alumni, former teachers, former students and friends will hold the annual reunion on Saturday, June 14, at the Moore Academy School in Pine Apple. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m. More...

Dr. and Mrs. Walters announce birth of daughter

Dr. and Mrs. Randy Walters Jr. (nee Angela Burge) of Thomasville, announce the birth of their daughter, Ann Margaret Walters, born April 17, 2008, at Rush Foundation Hospital in Meridian, Miss. More...

Wilkinson named First United Security Bank branch manager

Darrell Wilkinson of Pine Hill has been named branch manager for Thomasville's Highway 43 South location of First United Security Bank. Wilkinson was formerly electronic banking coordinator for the bank since he was hired more than eight years ago. More...

Golden anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Woods celebrated their 50th anniversary on June 2. A surprise reception was held in their honor with family and friends on Saturday, May 31, at the Thomasville Church of God in Christ annex building. More...

Sonic opens

The Sonic restaurant in Thomasville held its ribbon cutting recently sponsored by the Southwest Alabama Chamber of Commerce. The restaurant is now open for business. More...

T'ville man survives wreck

Though rescue workers were forced to cut open his vehicle, and he was flown by helicopter to a Mobile hospital, Thomasville's Bob Draper survived his accident without serious injury. The single-car wreck took place on Hwy. More...

Rabies clinic on tap in Clarke County

The state of Alabama Department of Public Health has designated the week of June 9-14 at rabies and dog bit awareness week. More...

Auxiliary presents pins for hours earned

May 6, Southwest Alabama Medical Center Auxiliary held its last monthly meeting until Sept. 2. At this meeting hour pins were presented (not in order) to Dr. More...

DAR participates in naturalization service

Members of two Daughters of the American Revolution chapters - Ecor Rouge of Daphne and Elizabeth Bradford Chapter of Grove Hill - participated in the naturalization service Friday, May 2, at the Federal Building in Mobile. Judge Sonja F. More...

Eubanks, Sellers announce wedding plans

Mr. and Mrs. Randall Wayne Eubanks announce the engagement of their daughter, Melinda Mims Eubanks to Larry Michael Sellers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Marvin Sellers. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. More...

PHHS class of 1955

The Pine Hill High School class of 1955 held its 53rd class reunion at the nutrition center in Pine Hill on Saturday, May 17. More...

Worthwhile Club presents check

The Worthwhile Club presented a check in the amount of $50 to the Thomasville Elementary School library in memory of Austeen Cogle. More...


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