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February 10, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Black Belt Action Commission killed

With the stroke of a pen, new Gov. Robert Bentley eliminated the Black Belt Action Commisson, and the Alabama Rural Action Commission during his first days in office. More...

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People

National Guard trophy for THS

The Thomasville High School football team was presented with a special trophy, the U.S. National Guard Minute Man trophy honoring the team’s state championship. More...

South Marengo Fire and Rescue Squad welcomes Bates

At a recent squad meeting, the South Marengo Fire and Rescue Squad welcomed newly elected Sheriff Richard Bates. More...

Black History program

Alabama Southern Community College Kathryn Tucker Windham Museum Library will present a Black History Month program Feb. 20 at 4 p.m. at the Thomasville Civic Center. More...

School

TMS shows its Steeler pride

The Thomasville Middle School showed their pride and support for our hometown Steeler, Anthony Madison, Friday before the Super Bowl. Pictured (L-R) are: Mrs. More...

TMS announces honor roll

The Thomasville Middle School announces the second nine weeks honor roll as follows: Fifth grade More...

STI Home now available

SWHS School News

Sweet Water High School would like to congratulate the varsity basketball team for their win against Leroy last Thursday, February 3 and the girls’ basketball team on their wins again Leroy, Thursday, February 3 and Excel, Friday, February 4. More...

Sports

Tigers win county tournament

The Thomasville High School boys’ varsity basketball team went 2 – 0 in the annual Clarke County Basketball Tournament being played in Thomasville this past week to claim the Tournament Championship. More...

Now it’s time to wait and see

Taking Names and Keeping Score

Well, it’s been just over a week now since high school football players from all over the country signed letters of intent to continue their education and play football at the college or university of their choice this coming year. More...

Area players head to college gridiron

As you will see from photos included in this week’s sports section, seven young men from the Thomasville Times’ immediate coverage area signed letters of intent to continue their education and play football at the collegiate level this pa More...

No guardrails for bridge in Chance

Clarke County Commissioner Rhondel Rhone is adamant that guardrails be put up along a concrete culvert spanning Cane Creek on County Route 1 in the northeastern corner of the county north of Chance, even though the Alabama Department of Transportatio More...

Mardi Gras plans rolling along

“Everything is moving full steam ahead with our Mardi Gras events,” said Southwest Alabama Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kathryn Chandler. More...

Snow predicted for today

Forecaster are predicting that a snowstorm could reach well into the state today. Some predictions call for an inch or more of snow overnight Wednesday night. More...

Editorials

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Ethics reform a hallmark

The first legislative regular session of the quadrennium is looming. Our new Republican led majority House and Senate will convene on March 1 for the four month 2011 Session. There are a good many GOP freshmen in the group. More...

Shutting down the Joe-Ron room

First, a bit of history: The Alabama State Capitol served as home to the State Legislature until 1985 when lawmakers moved into their newly renovated quarters called The Alabama State House, formerly a building that housed the State Highway Departmen More...

Religion

Local youths enjoy D-Now

Over 170 area youth and college students enjoyed D-Now at Thomasville Baptist Church this past weekend. More...

Follow Jesus in the game of life

Peggy and I watched the “Super Bowl” on “live” TV his past Sunday. In the past we often recorded it so we could see it. When we were in Africa Cheryl would tape the game and send it to me. More...

CHURCH CALENDAR

Black history program More...

For The Record

Marriage license applications

Christopher Thomas Walker and Ashley Nicole Spears; Kent F. Dearmon and Linda M. Baugh; James Matthew Lloyd and Arley Danielle Hayes; Lee Earnest Nelson and Debra Ann Roberson. More...

Property deeds listed

Dated Jan. 28-Feb. 2 Estate of John D. Purvis, to Johnny T. Purvis. James T. Hill, to McVay Asset Management Company, LLC. Robin Angela Craft Lewis, to Henry Heath Crim. Estate of Maxine M. Weston, to Charlotte Hogan Miller. Joe L. More...

Clarke County Sheriff’s report

Arrests booked through the Clarke County Jail during the week of Feb. 1- Feb. 8 include: Sherwood Parnell, 44, theft of property first degree, $15,000 bond, arrested by Clarke County Sheriff’s Dept. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Gould

Bertha Inez Odom Gould, 75, of Thomasville died Friday, February 4, 2011 at Thomasville Nursing Home. She was born June 11, 1935 in Thomasville. She was a member of the Pineview Baptist Church. More...

Jordan

Bennie Clyde Jordan, 78, a truck driver, of Lamison died Wednesday, February 2, 2011 at Mobile Infirmary in Mobile. He was a member of the Lamison Baptist Church. Graveside funeral services were held at 10:00 a.m. More...

Luker

Hugh L. Luker, 66, of Myrtlewood died Sunday, January 30, 2011 at Rush Foundation Hospital in Meridian, Miss. he was born June 5, 1944 in Clarke County. He was a retired pipe fitter with Ingles Shipyard. More...


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