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October 6, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Thomasville man pleads guilty to murder

A 71-year-old Thomasville man pleaded guilty Tuesday to the 2010 murder of his wife of 50 years and received a 15-year sentence. More...

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Immigrant jobs going unfilled

The Birmingham News reported Sunday that crops are rotting in Alabama’s fields because farmers can’t find enough workers to harvest them. More...

State workers’ pay cut

A s the last minutes ticked away on the 2011 Legislative Session last June the last major bills were getting final approval. In the waning hours the legislature finalized the state’s education and general fund budgets. More...

Religion

CHURCH CALENDAR

Choir day New Greater First Baptist Church will have their annual Choir Day Sunday, Oct. 23 at 2 p.m. Pastor DeAyrus Smith and Saint Paul Baptist Church of Demopolis will be their special guests. Carlton L. Hogue is the pastor. Yard sale More...

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Spiritually Speaking

“H eart and soul I fell in love with you, heart and soul it wasn’t hard to do, madly I love you heart and soul.” That old song takes us back past the fifties, all the way to the first century when the Church really loved Jesus with More...

Sports

Tigers dispatch Blue Devils 38-15

The Thomasville Tigers, playing on the road in Atmore, took care of the Escambia County Blue Devils 38 – 15 this past Friday, September 30. More...

Sweet Water back to its winning ways

The Sweet Water Bulldogs picked up another big region win this past Friday, September 30, when they went on the road and shutout the A. L. Johnson Eagles 49 – 0. More...

T’ville JV loses to Jackson

Playing at home, the Thomasville High School Junior Varsity football team lost their second game of the season to the Jackson High School Junior Varsity Football team this past Monday, October 3, when they dropped a 27 – 20 decision. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Hutto

Thomas Lindsey “Lynn” Hutto, 60, of Thomasville died Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011 at his home. He was born July 24, 1951 in Fulton. More...

Maness

James David Maness, 69, a sawmill mechanic of Arlington, died Monday, Sept 26, 2011, at DCH Regional Medical Center in Tuscaloosa. He was born Sept. 13, 1942 in Arlington. He was a member of the County Line Baptist Church and a U.S. Army veteran. More...

Hospital debt in the millions

Anne Thompson’s network of business entities tied to the ownership and operation of the now closed Southwest Alabama Medical Center owe millions of dollars to potentially hundreds of creditors. More...

Kids buying fake pot

Officials trying to ban the synthetic marijuana

It’s being sold in small, brightly colored packages with names like Spice, K2, Solar Flare, Phat Cat and others. Anyone can purchase it over the counter. More...

Woman shot at in Sandflat

A Mobile woman fled two abductors at the Sandflat Road and Highway 43 intersection Monday night as shots were being fired at her. More...

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Fundraiser South Marengo Fire and Rescue, located on Hwy 10 at mile marker 36 in Coxheath, are selling Boston butts that weight approximately 8lbs. for $25 each. The Boston butts will the ready for pick-up on Saturday, Nov. 5 at 8 a.m. More...

People

Baggette awarded for service

On Friday September 23, 2011 Chief Investigator Ron Baggette and Sheriff Ray Norris attended an awards cerimony at the United States Attorney’s Southern District Office in Mobile Alabama. More...

Metals USA job fair today

Alabama’s resource for workforce development, is hosting a job fair for Metals USA, in Thomasville, today October 6. More...

THS to perform “Little Women”

Thomasville City Schools’ Tiger Theatre is performing Little Women: The Broadway Musical on November 10, 12, and 14, 2011, at 7 pm and on November 13, 2011, at 2pm at Thomasville Civic Center’s Bedsole Auditorium. More...

School

THS library receives donation from CCERA

The Clarke County Education Retirement Association presented a $300 library enhancement check to the Thomasville High School library. More...

SWHS announces Homecoming Court

Sweet Water High School announces this years Homecoming Court, front row from left, are Emily Stokley, senior court, Logan Clayton, senior court, and Danielle Glass, senior court; back row, Keelee Co More...

Gearing up for Homecoming

THS School News

What a busy time of year! Between Tiger football, volleyball and various club meetings, THS Tigers have been going full speed this week and will continue next week as we get ready for Homecoming 2011. More...

For The Record

Marriage license applications

Jason Scott Busby and Holston Adair Maroney; Wesley Madison Burge and Brittany Ann Allen; Charles Omer Vallee Jr. and Shelly Petty Vallee. Marriage license applications are just that—applications for licenses, not necessarily actual marriages. More...

Property deeds listed

Sept. 22-29 Stephen M. Williams, to Clarke-Washington Electric Membership Corporation. Teresa W. Reynolds, to Clarke-Washington Electric Membership Corporation. Renee Bumpers, to Clarke-Washington Electric Membership Corporation. Gwendolyn B. More...

Clarke County Sheriff’s report

Arrests booked through the Clarke County Jail during the week of Sept. 27- Oct. 4 include: Sylvester Lee Brown, 40, six counts theft of property third degree, $6,000 bond, arrested by Clarke County Sheriff’s Dept. More...


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