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October 15, 2009 RSS feed / People

Development foundation meeting

The Clarke County Development Foundation will hold the 7th Annual Meeting Thursday October 22, 2009 at the Thomasville Civic Center. The event will begin at 6:00 p.m. and feature displays detailing the many projects of the foundation. More...

Gees Bend Ferry Trip

A group of ladies from Fulton, Pineview, Thomasville Baptist, and Thomasville United Methodist churches recently shared a trip to Camden. More...

Possible scrapbooking crop in Thomaston

The Rural Heritage Center in Thomaston, a non-profit organization, is trying to determine if there is enought interest in the community for a monthly scrapbooking crop. More...

Clarke County High School of 1973 reunion

The Clarke County High School Class of 1973 heldits 36th year Class Reunion June 26-28 in GroveHill. The class enjoyed a "Chat, Chew and Jive"event on Friday evening. A cookout was held the S.P. More...

ALL Kids expands eligibility

The majority of the 78,000 uninsured children in Alabama are eligible for health insurance coverage thanks to an expansion of the ALL Kids Children's Health Insurance Program to 300 percent of the federal poverty level effective Oct. 1. More...

Victims of domestic voilence grant

Victims of Domestic Violence in five west Alabama counties will continue receiving support services thanks in part to a $41,091 grant awarded by Gov. Bob Riley. More...

October is Fire Prevention Month

We honor the THOMASVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT

We appreciate all that you do for our city! More...

Ghost Walk T-shirts

The Southwest Alabama Chamber of Commerce and the Arts Council of Thomasville unveiled the design of the 2009 Ghost Walk Fall Festival T-shirts. Shirts are priced at $10 and will be for sale the night of the Ghost Walk, Saturday, Oct. 24. More...

Alabama Southern scores job training grant

Alabama Southern has received $366, 810 for the Modern Multi-Skill Manufacturing (M3) Training Program from the Governor's Recovery Act Skills Training Program. More...

Shopping at home funds local services

Whenever you make a purchase at home you are making much more than just a purchase. The tax dollars that you pay on your purchases stay here in Clarke County and go towards funding all the services that the County and Cities provide. More...

911 fees going up

Clarke County business owners will pay $1 more per month for E-911 services. Clarke County Commissioners agreed Tuesday to hike the tariff on business phones from $2 a month to $3 a month per phone. More...

Wildlife art to be part of Pioneer Days

The Grove Hill Cultural Arts Center will host the "Heart of Clarke" Festival October 31, 10 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Wildlife art will be on exhibit, as well as local taxidermy displays. More...

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT

Agee

Mr. and Mrs. Eric (BoBo) Agee (nee LeShae Maness) of Arlington announce the birth of their son, BoBraeden Noah. He was born September 24, 2009 at 4:25 p.m. at Providence Hospital in Mobile. He weighed 7 lbs. 8 oz. and was 21 1/2 inches long. More...

Military News

Dale Army National Guard Pvt. Katrena M. Dale has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. More...

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT

Paul

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Paul (nee Candice Dunnam) of Coffeeville announce the birth of a son, Patrick Clayton, Oct. 2, 2009, 11:43 a.m., at Mobile Infirmary. He was 21 inches in length and weighed 9 pounds. More...

Celebrating with Nova

Leonard Smith, formally a resident of Thomasville who now resides in Auburn, celebrated his 84th birthday with Nova, Auburn University's golden eagle; his daughter, Veronica S. More...

Christmas Tree of Lights

The Southwest Alabama Medical Center Auxiliary is sponsoring a "Christmas Tree of Lights" project. The theme is "A Light Shines for Someone Special."They need your support to be successful and to spread the word about this unique gift-giving idea. More...

Residents taking advantage of free computer classes at CDC

On August 3, the Thomasville Revitalization and Community Development Corporation began the first of its Basic Computer Skills Courses at its facility upstairs in the old City Hall in downtown Thomasville. More...

Green retires as mail carrier

The Lower Peach Tree Community presented Patricia Green with a plaque for retiring as a mail carrier. Representatives took her to dinner at Gaston's on September 19, where Odessa Kirkland presented Patricia with the plaque and gifts. More...