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February 4, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Gearing up for Relay

This is the Year of Small Towns in Alabama, and one community event will celebrate our hometown as well as those who have survived a dreaded disease— cancer. More...

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Editorials

OUR VIEW

What now and then what?

Fata and Hamas are fighting each other in Lebanon. Shiites and Sunnis are fighting each other and us in Iraq. More...

Cartoon

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From the Editor’s Desk

Changing the rules

After taking a night drive home from Mobile the other night, I realized we need to change the rules for deer season. It’s pretty clear to me that we’ve nearly hunted out non-nocturnal deer that like to spend their time in the woods. More...

Religion

Spiritual Reflections

Pray and leave the rest to God

Notice, by the change in the lead in to my column, that officially Peggy and I are no longer “IMB Missionaries” to Ghana or anywhere else. Our last day on payroll with IMB was Sunday, January 24, 2010. More...

Thomasville Alive: A celebration of worship

In a seedy border town in the north Rio Grande Valley, 17-year-old Travis Agee climbed atop a bus to proclaim his love for Jesus. More...

CHURCH CALENDAR

Church anniversary HIS Vineyard Church will celebrate its three-year anniversary on Feb. 6 and 7. Guest speaker will be Pastor Michael Hatch from Ripley, Miss., who is a dynamic minister of the word. More...

Sports

Tiger boys team improves to 11-9

The Thomasville High School Varsity basketball team picked up three key victories in a span of five days to improve their season record to 11 – 9 and their Area 3 mark to 2 – 4. More...

Taking Names Keeping Score

Harvest time in college football

By the time most of you read this column the majority of College Football’s winter harvest will be in the barn ‘so to speak’. More...

Lady Tigers stay hot, move to 17-3

The Thomasville High School Lady Tigers maintained their torrid pace as they picked up four more wins in their final four outings. More...

Pine Hill disputes water stories

Pine Hill Mayor Harry Mason and water superintendent Dusty McDanal would like to set the record straight. “People were pointing the finger at us, and we were running 24 hours a day to provide water,” Mason said. More...

College bound

Thomasville’s Jay Williams and Josh Jackson both signed letters of intent to play football under scholarship Wednesday. Williams will be a punter at the University of Alabama and Jackson will play at Samford University. More...

Area meth labs busted

On Friday, January 22, 2010, The Fourth Judicial Circuit Drug Task Force Commander Larry Colston obtained information from an arrest in Camden that led them to three Crystal Meth labs; two in Wilcox County (one in Lower Peachtree and one on Pine Str More...

Calendar

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Community orchestra The Arts Council of Thomasville is beginning a community orchestra. All musicians in the area are invited to attend an organizational meeting at 6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 4, in the Harris Room at the Thomasville Civic Center. More...

People

Opine-Tallahatta Springs VFD appreciation dinner

On Jan. 16, the Opine-Tallahatta Springs Volunteer Fire Department held its first annual Firefighter Appreciation Dinner. The event took place at the fire station. All members and their families were invited to attend. More...

Senior Bowl ticket winners

Charles Wilson, granddad of Daniel Harrison picks up the Senior Bowl tickets from The Thomasville Times' ticket giveaway. Harrison's entry was picked in a blind drawing at the Times office. More...

Girl Scouts helping out

February’s a month for love and Thomasville’s Girl Scout troop 8557 is getting in the act by asking for gifts from the heart. More...

School

Rawls is county’s top speller

Thomasville Elementary School fourth grade student Mark Rawls will represent Clarke County when he heads to Birmingham on March 6 to compete in the Alabama State Spelling Bee championship. More...

MHS announces honor rolls

Marengo High School has announced the second quarter and the first semester honor rolls. The following are included. Second quarter honor roll First grade All A’s: Quanesha Bruno and Marques Hives. More...

School News

Find your inner super rareness

OK, so there I was last week in Mrs. More...

For The Record

OBITUARIES

Garrick Herman Eugene Garrick, 59, of Grove Hill, died February 1, 2010. More...

RECORDS

Marriage license applications Henry Nathan Eubanks Jr., to Kimberly Diane Elmore; Matthew E. Krukoski Jr., to Donna Brannan; Roland Dicks Pruitt Jr., to Carmen Hays Blackwell; Charlie D. Wynn, to Lottie M. Jones. More...

Clarke County Sheriff’s report

Arrests booked through the Clarke County Jail during the week of Jan. 26- Feb. 2 include: Daiwon Lee McPherson, 27, possession of forged instrument second degree, $7,500 bond, arrested by Clarke County Sheriff's Dept. More...