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October 13, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Plenty on tap at Ghost Walk on Oct. 22

Not everything at the Oct. 22, Ghost Walk this year will be scary. The Gaston brothers will be cooking up their famous Brunswick Stew as a fundraiser for Ella’s Hope. More...

Promise Alliance to meet in Thomasville

The Clarke County Promise Alliance, a subsidiary of the Clarke County Development Foundation, will sponsor a forum on “Making Community Decisions About Alabama’s Dropout Situation”, Thursday, Oct. 27, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. More...

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People

Mobley, Stabler to exchange vows Oct. 22

Mabeline Mobley of Lower Peachtree announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Angelia Mobley, to Cecil Stabler, Jr., son of Cecil and Rosie Stabler of Lower Peachtree. Miss Mobley is daughter of the late Cecil Nobles. More...

Windham, Sheffield to wed Nov. 5

Jerry and Mary Jo Windham of Sweet Water announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Angel Windham, to Travis Sheffield, son of Robert and Sandy Sheffield, II of Pine Hill. More...

BWWMH accepting applications for scholarships

The Bryan W. Whitfield Memorial Hospital Auxiliary is now accepting applications for scholarships for those pursuing a career in healthcare. More...

School

Band scores high rating at competition

This past week has been a great week to be a Tiger! The THS band went to T.R. Miller in Brewton Saturday to a band competition this past weekend and had excellent scores! The band and drumline scored a 2 which is an excellent rating. More...

TMS teachers get teacher reward cards

Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club have launched the Teacher Reward program, which will provide $4.5 million to over 45,000 teachers across the U.S. this fall. Last Thursday, Oct. More...

Hunger is a very scary thing

The International Thespian Society (ITS), a division of the Educational Theatre Association (EdTA), is pleased to announce the participation of Thomasville High School’s Thespian troupe 5073 in the Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat program. More...

For The Record

Marriage license applications

Jessie Tyrone Taylor and Vanessa Lynn Arnold; Samuel Leroy Drinkard and Loretta James; Joshua Wayne Turner and Charity Hope Syphrit; Richard Dale Criswell and Glenda Ann Ralph. More...

Property deeds listed

Sept. 30-Oct. 4 Michael E. Huseby, to Jeffrey P. Overstreet. Sherwanda Mack, to Sherwanda D. Gaines. John Patrick Baugh, to Darrick Busby. Brian D. Ivey, to Brian D. Ivey. Dora Garrick Fleming, to Robert Paul Bost. Estate of Emeline M. More...

City bans synthetic marijuana

Thomasville approved an ordinance Monday night banning synthetic marijuana blends in the city limits. The council suspended normal rules to enact the ban as quickly as possible. The ordinance is published in this issue of The Thomasville Times. More...

A.L. Martin School to live on as a museum

Hidden away inside what many people call the Hilton- Simplex Building is a surprising piece of Thomasville’s history. “When I walked in here, I couldn’t believe it,” said Rev. Jimmy Dumas. More...

Thomasville High’s homecoming court

Thomasville High School announces the Homecoming court for 2011 as follows: front row from left, Juqwesha Evans, senior, Samantha Binkerd, senior, Lexie Brewer, senior; back row, Cyntazia Lewis, fres More...

Editorials

Cartoon

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Bronner’s hat trick

The Huntsville Times called it “the ultimate recycling project.” I call it “the ultimate Hat Trick.” More...

Sad state of affairs

Well, I’m officially an old man now. I realized this as I was muttering to myself after Arthur chasing away a bunch of McLean teenagers in the act of rolling my house. I chased them away and yelled at them about cleaning up as they sped away. More...

Religion

Let Jesus take down the walls that imprison and separate you

Joshua wasn’t here but the wall came down anyway. I’m not talking about the wall around Jericho. I’m talking about the concrete block wall that separated our living area from the Sun Porch across the East side of our home. More...

CHURCH CALENDAR

Choir day Walnut Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Morvin will have their annual Choir Day celebration Sunday, Oct. 16 at 2:30 p.m. The guest speaker will be Rev. More...

Sports

Bulldogs shut out Panthers in Dixons Mills

Playing on the road at ‘The Swamp’ in Dixions Mills, the Sweet Water Bulldogs scored 43 first half points on their way to a 56 – 0 shutout of the home standing Marengo Panthers. More...

TMS Tigers fall to 3-4

The Thomasville Middle School Tiger football team saw their season record fall to 3 – 4 this past Monday, October 10, when they dropped a 20 – 6 decision to the Demopolis Middle School Tigers. More...

Thomasville JV finishes season 3-3

The Thomasville High School Junior Varsity Tigers evened their season record at 3 – 3 this past Monday, October 10, when they defeated the visiting Demopolis High School Junior Varsity 34 – 22 in a drizzling rain at D. F. Anderson Field. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Campbell

Jimmie Bernice Fowler Campbell, 90, of Grove Hill died Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011 at Grove Hill Memorial Hospital. She was born October 1, 1921 in Allen. She was a homemaker and seamstress. More...

Lawless

Louise Whatley Lawless, 96, of Thomasville, formerly of Hueytown, died Thursday, October 6, 2011. She was a member of Bashan Baptist Church of Thomasville. More...