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September 30, 2010 RSS feed / People

No good news for L-P plant restarting

“I am glad to be here,” Jamey Barnes, Louisiana Pacific vice president for oriented strand board told Clarke County Commissioners Tuesday. “Do I have good news? More...

Revenge gets wrong trucks

A man thought he was getting revenge on an individual he had a grudge against by setting his trucks on fire but the trucks turned out to be the property of others, Clarke County Sheriff’s Dept. Investigator Ron Baggette said this week. More...

Swapping Recipes & Sharing Memories

Keeps on tickin’

There’s an old commercial that says: “Takes a lickin’ and keeps on tickin.’ “ I don’t know if the commercial is still around, but Marie Phillips is. And she’s still tickin’. More...

Clarke County’s Jimmy Clanton still rockin’

When ’50s and ’60s music star Jimmy Clanton was in Biloxi Saturday for a show at the Imperial Palace, several of his Clarke County cousins made the trip to see him perform. It was the first time in 43 years for most of them to see him. More...

ON THE HUNT

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Deer don’t eat pine straw

Deer hunters often respond to pine plantations by stating, “Deer don’t eat pine straw.” This observation is based on the fact that most “traditional” pine plantations quickly lose any browse producing capabilities as th More...

Thomasville Print Shop

The Southwest Alabama Chamber of Commerce welcomed the opening of the Thomasville Print Shop with a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday afternoon. Thomasville Print Shop is located between Hwy. More...

T’ville Water project moving along

The Thomasville City Council approved sending out requests for proposals for the design phase of what Mayor Sheldon Day called “the EPA portion” of the city’s water project. More...

Historical information sought

The Historical Committee for Blacks in Thomasville (HiCBiT) needs your help in locating historical data on blacks in Thomasville. More...

Pine Hill police officer catches escaped convict

On September 21, Sgt. Nikisha Gailes with the Pine Hill Police Department captured an escaped convict who had escaped from the Russellville prison facility. The man was Steven Michael Lewter from Pulaski, Tenn. More...

Cadette Troop 8557 visits gulf

Several local students got hands-on experience during a weekend of marine biology and gulf exploration at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab at Dauphin Island. More...

Andoe celebrates 103rd birthday

Pearlie Andoe of Thomasville celebrated her 103rd birthday Saturday, September 25th at Country Oaks Assisted Living Facility with her friends and relatives. More...

Research club met

On September 16, 2010 the Research Club met at Made By Me Pottery Shop. Michelle Glass, owner shared many interesting ideas about pottery. Hostesses were Mary Jean Lolley and Deana Swanson. More...

Charity dove hunt perfect fit for Mundie

Pine Hill Police Department investigator Jim Mundie has hunted most of his life, so it was a natural when Robbie Tillman suggested a dove hunt as a fundraiser for the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 42. More...

Get your hunting license now

The sale of recreational hunting and fishing licenses for Alabama’s 2010- 2011 season began on August 23, 2010. More...