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January 14, 2010 RSS feed / People

Ramirez to retire from military

SFC Edward Ramirez plans to retire and will officially be on retired leave on Feb. 1, in Copperas Cove, Texas where he will work as a defense contractor for the U.S. Army. More...

Montgomery Ballet comes to Gilbertown

The Montgomery Ballet is excited to bring the magic world of dance to Gilbertown offering a public performance at 3 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 24, at BTAS Theater and a presentation for students Monday, Jan. 25, at Southern Choctaw Elementary School. More...

OUR TOWN, OUR FLAVORS

Peggy PLEDGER PUGH

We’ve had lots of favorable comments on our weekly recipes and tall tales that sometimes accompany them in the “Cookin’ at Gunpoint” columns. More...

David's Catfish coming to town

The Garden restaurant in Thomasville served its last meal Monday. Owner Rhonda Glass has agreed to lease the building to David's Catfish House, a small chain of seafood restaurants in south Alabama. More...

Steel Magnolias will still run

Saying “the show must go on” Karen Dean, director of the Ramblin Rose Players, said the performance of “Steel Magnolias” will go on stage as planned, starting Saturday night at 7 p.m., Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. More...

Raw shelled peanuts available through Lions Club

Members of the Thomasville Lions Club are selling raw shelled peanuts to raise funds to meet pressing needs in the Thomasville community. More...

Auxiliary holds first meeting of 2010

Tuesday, January 5 SWAMC Auxiliary held its first monthly meeting in 2010. Lisa Sims, Tonya Anderson and Lee Bishop, hospital administrators, spoke to auxiliary members concerning needs and events for the hospital. More...

Things change over time

Ican remember a time in my life when cold weather was something I really looked forward to each year. At that time, which has been quite a few years ago now, I would often tell folks that I would take extreme cold anytime over extreme heat. More...


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