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September 1, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Nursing home gets a new name, sign

Thomasville Nursing Home is now Thomasville Health Care and Rehabilitation Center. As part of the name change, a brand new sign has also taken up residence along Hwy. 43. More...

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BCS over Bingo trial?

Former Lt. Governor and Attorney General Bill Baxley must be the most optimistic Crimson Tide fan in the state. More...

Campaigns will heat up

A s we approach Labor Day many of you will look forward to cookouts and the last hurrah of summer activities and celebrations. Historically Labor Day has marked the beginning of campaign season. More...

Religion

Keep your corners square

Spiritually Speaking

Last week I told you about building a picket fence and some of the lessons I learned in the process. I could not tell you everything in one column so here’s the rest of the story. More...

CHURCH CALENDAR

Pastor anniversary Walnut Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Morvin will have their second year anniversary honoring Rev. James M. Howard, Jr. & First Lady, Sis. Tanya Howard Sunday, Sept. 4 at 2:30 p.m. The guest speaker will be Rev. More...

Ocean Wonders program

First Assembly of God in Thomasville presented Ocean's Wonders August 12-14 with special guests, Pastor Jeff Walters, “Grape juice” and “Cosmo.” The program was presented by t More...

Sports

Lady Tigers volleyball is off to a 1-2 start

The Thomasville High School Lady Tiger Volleyball team opened their 2011 season on a high note Thursday, August 18, when they posted a home victory over the Lady Tigers from Choctaw County High School, capturing the first three games in the best thre More...

Tigers dominate Bulldogs

The Thomasville Tigers and the Sweet Water Bulldogs squared off in the season opener for both teams at Nolan Atkins Stadium this past Friday, August 26. More...

Panthers blank Wilcox Central

The Marengo High School Panthers got their 2011 season started in the right direction this past Thursday, August 25, when the defeated the Wilcox Central High School Jaguars 39 – 0 in the opener for both teams. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Clemmons

Charles Thomas Clemmons, 48, of Thomasville, died Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011, at Mobile Infirmary. He was born January 28, 1963 in Meridian, Miss. He was a former cell phone call center representative and a member of the Thomasville Baptist Church. More...

Tyler

Etura Hasty Tyler, 97, of Lansdale, Pa. died Wednesday, August 24, 2011 at Abington Health– Lansdale Hospital. She was born August 1, 1914 in Dixons Mills to the late Archie C. and Ola M. (Fontaine) Hasty. More...

TES nutrition program among best in nation

Some special guests showed up at Thomasville Elementary School Monday. Steve Hortin USDA Deputy Director of Special Nutrition Program and Perry Fulton, Administrator of State of Alabama Child Nutrition Program, joined school officials and Rep. More...

School budget saves required reserve funds

Thomasville school board members heard the first presentation of the school budget for 2012 Tuesday night. More...

Lakeside Steel construction continues

Equipment installation continues at Lakeside Steel's pipe casing mill in Thomasville. The latest equipment to be installed is the large pressure testing machine in the lower right of this photo. More...

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Burnt Corn On September 17, from 8 a.m. More...

People

Labor Day menu

Swapping Recipes & Sharing Memories

I should not have let Stefanie leave for the beach until she gave me the recipe for the delicious sounding hamburgers, that she made a couple of weeks ago. I had told her that I wanted to share it. But I think she’s a little bit like me. More...

Morgan honored on 90th birthday

Lois Hasty Morgan celebrated her 90th birthday on Saturday, July 23, at Central Baptist Church with a birthday party given by her children, Ted (Cheryl) Morgan and Linda (Chester) Lee. More...

Knight graduates basic training

PVT Adam Chase Knight, graduated from US Army Basic Training and AIT school for military police June 30 at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Knight received metals for sharpshooter on M-4 rifle and expert on M-9 pistol. More...

School

Stallworth receives second year scholarship

The Worthwhile Club congratulates, Brittney Stallworth, a second year scholarship recipient at Alabama Southern Community College. More...

How ‘bout those Tigers!

I n the words of Mr. Ferguson, how ‘bout those Tigers! The football team defeated the Sweet Water bulldogs 28-7 in their season opener this past Friday. The Tigers will be playing Monroe County tomorrow at home. More...

School’s back in swing

Sweet Water High School is back in full swing this 2011-2012 school year. We have started our 5th period RTI enrichment programs for high school students. More...

For The Record

Marriage license applications

Houston Quintin Pearson, to Dana Revae Agee; James Marlon Moore, to Devan Michelle Beckworth; Mark Steven Frazier, to Belinda Morgan Tipper. More...

Property deeds listed Aug. 19-24

V. Wylynn Gilmore Phillippi, to Canaan Mitchell Hare. Mike Oliver, to H.L. Harrison Jr. A. Wayne May, to Colby May. Michael Francis Agee, to Harold E. Agee. Captoria W. Larrimore, to John Derrill Larrimore. More...

Clarke County Sheriff’s report

Arrests booked through the Clarke County Jail during the week of Aug. More...