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February 9, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Stolen 4- wheelers recovered

The investigation of a stolen tractor produced leads that led to the arrest of a Thomasville man in connection with the theft of several four-wheelers from residences in and around Thomasville. More...

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Editorials

Political Cartoon

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Alabama’s metals corridor

Mayor Sheldon Day has started calling the region, Alabama’s metals corridor. More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Cutting the cord

A bout a year ago now, we decided to the cut the cord, as they say. What that means is we decided we could live without paying a cable service or satellite company to provide us with television service. More...

Religion

Disciple Now 2012 a success at Thomasville Baptist Church

Thomasville Baptist Church conducted Disciple Now 2012 this past weekend. Disciple Now has become a tradition at Thomasville Baptist Church that has grown over the years. More...

Spiritually Speaking

Stay open to the word of God

Where you turn left off of Sherri Lane into our driveway there is a sign that says, “END COUNTY ROAD MAINTANENCE.” The county road right of way continues about 100 yards down the steep slope to the Coosa River, but the road is not maintai More...

Sports

Taking Names and Keeping Score

2013 hype already building

With the results of the 2012 college football national signing day still on the minds and lips of the millions of college football fans scattered across this nation, the conversations among the most avid college football fans and the media hype about More...

Two Tigers and one Bulldog sign

This past Wednesday, February 1, when young high school football players were signing letters of intent to take their skills on the gridiron to the next level; three players from our coverage area found themselves included in the process. More...

Tigers win three down the stretch

The Thomasville High School varsity basketball team moved their regular season mark to 11 – 13 early this week when they defeated the Leroy Bears 77 – 19 in their final regular season match-up played in Thomasville on Monday, February 3. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Beverly

Minnie Cravey Beverly, 100, of Thomasville died Sunday, Jan. 30, 2012 at Grove Hill Memorial Hospital. She was born in the Winn Community Nov. 12, 1911. She was the last of 12 children born to John and Genie Cravey. More...

Buckalew

Betty Irene Buckalew, 62, of Thomasville died Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012, at Mobile Infirmary. She was born Oct. 18, 1949 in Grove Hill. Funeral services were Tuesday, Feb. 7, at O’Bryant Chapel Funeral Home in Thomasville with Rev. More...

Mullins

Maxine Diann Mullins, 61, a native of Sunny South and resident of Grove Hill, died Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012 at her home. She was born Feb. 9, 1950. She was a security guard with Alabama River Pulp. More...

Mardi Gras parade to roll Saturday

Thomasville will see its second annual Mardi Gras parade roll through downtown on Saturday. Many hailed the first Mardi Gras parade last year as a success and were impressed with the quality and number of entrants in the parade. More...

Azaleas in early February?

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Moore named manager of FUSB main office

Rosie P. Moore has recently been named branch manager at First United Security Bank’s Thomasville-Main Office. More...

Calendar

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Winter Rap Session Feb. 18 featuring THI’SL There will be a 2012 Winter Rap Session featuring from X-Hustler Music, THI’SL at 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18 at the Thomasville High School Gymnasium. Doorsopena5p.m. Admission is free. More...

CHURCH CALENDAR

Mt. Vernon Baptist Church youth selling cookbooks More...

People

Sen. Keahey to introduce bill for spinal cord research

Alabama State Sen. Marc Keahey will propose legislation that will establish and generate research funding for groundbreaking spinal cord injury research. More...

Worthwhile Club makes donation to THS library

Members of the Worthwhile Club, President Laurelle Stoudenmire, left, and Treasurer Levinna Brown, right, recently presented Thomasville High School Librarian, Charlyn Vick, center, with a donation i More...

Scouts visit The Times

Three Cub Scouts from Pack 51 Tiger Cub Scouts, visited The Thomasville Times Tuesday, Jan. 31, to fulfill one of the achievements for the Tiger's Badge. More...

School

THS School News

MAT inductions today

A s of today, there are 106 days until the end of school, and that does include weekends! So there’s practically no time at all until graduation. More...

CCERA donates supplies to TES

The Clarke County Education Retirees Association is participating in the state adopted program, “SOAR” (Services and Supplies Offered by Alabama Education Retirees). More...

Cast of “Little Women” to take the stage for an encore performance Feb. 18

Little Women: The Broadway Musical will have an encore performance at 7 p.m. Feb. 18, at the Thomasville Civic Center's Bedsole Auditiorium. More...

For The Record

Marriage license applications

Andre Tremaine Jones and Latoria Shaday Williams. Marriage license applications are just that—applications for licenses, not necessarily actual marriages. More...

Property deeds listed

Jan. 26-Feb. 1Allison Moore Gatrone,to John Calhoun Moore.Allison Moore Gatrone,to John Calhoun Moore.Abbie Davis Tamblyn, toL.M. Stewart.Donna M. Valeska, toNorman L. Jordan Jr.Helen H. Skipper, toRyan C. Smith. More...

Clarke Grand jury indictments

The Clarke County Grand Jury issued 236 criminal indictments, or “true bills,” last week. More...