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February 26, 2009 RSS feed / People

A change begun

On the pulse of dawn, a change has come ... climaxing, lamenting. Reminiscing, unfolding, unleashing Sealing an ear gone On the rise of a morn celebrating A new fresh ... history in the making Anticipation! More...

'Nunsensations' hits stage

Tickets are going fast for the next show presented by the Ballet and Theatre Arts Per - forming Companies in Gilber - town, entitled Nunsen sations - The Nunsense Vegas Review. More...

Webb, Scarborough wedding set

Tim and Dianne Webb of Thomasville announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Brandi Nichole Webb to James Michael Scarborough, son of Truman and Elaine Scarborough of Fadette. More...

Nights to remember

Samantha Binkerd flies through a dance move with the help of her dance partner Brett Green during a performance at the 2009 Beauty Review held at the Thomasville Civic Center Saturday night. More...

TPD officers charge man with stealing car

Thomasville Police arrested a homeless man suspected of stealing a car in Mobile with two small children inside Friday. More...

Stimpson warns against pride

Sandy Stimpson, chairman of the Mobile Chamber of Commerce, had a simple message for the class of Leadership Clarke County Thursday: beware of pride. More...

Holloway, Johnson to wed

Lottie Holloway and Matthew Johnson announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. Lottie is the daughter of Enter Gray of Sweet Water and the late Chester Jones Sr. She is employed with Lewis Pest Control of Thomasville. More...

Artifacts dig is Saturday in St. Stephens

Persons interested in Alabama history and archaeology have an opportunity to assist in the excavation of an historic former hotel building and related out-buildings in old St. Stephens from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m., Saturday, Feb. More...

Arts council seeks barn paintings

The Grove Hill Arts Council is seeking paintings of barns for an exhibit at the Grove Hill Cultural Arts Center and planning its "Photography In Your Own Backyard" contest for April. More...


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Do you think the grand jury in Ferguson, Mo. made the correct decision?