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July 5, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Police on lookout for wanted man

Thomasville Police responded in force to a report Friday morning that several armed men were trying to break into an apartment on Quincy Ingram Drive. More...

More drug and attempted murder charges

Last week, the Clarke County Drug Task Force and county deputies arrested two individuals for manufacturing meth at a residence near Gosport. Joe Dan Barnes Jr., 31, and Michelle Leigh Newton, 40, were arrested. More...

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People

Brooks buys Jackson Chrysler dealership

It was a busy week last week as the old Scogin Chevrolet building in Jackson was cleared and cleaned and new and used car inventories and parts and other items were moved from the old Anderson Brothers Chrysler location to the building. More...

VFW officer swearing in

Above, standing from left: Lee Johnson - Adjutant, Calvin Johnson - Post 5106 Commander, Bernard Shenk and Luther Parden - Quartermaster. More...

Old St. Stephens 4-wheeler ride

A 4-wheeler ride to benefit the St. Stephens Historical Park is planned Saturday, July 14, at St. Stephens Park. Riders will gather between 8:30 and 9:30 a.m. for registration and a safety meeting. More...

School

THS students recognized at Awards Day

Thomasville High School announces the students who received awards at the 2012 Awards Day/Night as follows: Science Botany: Marlon Coston, Raphael Garner, Quadre Holloway-highest average, Tavaris Landrum, Marisa Pope, Dylan Shirley and Kiara Warren. More...

Westbrook, Pritchett graduate

Whitney Mar’sha Pritchett Westbrook graduated from the University of West Alabama with a Master’s degree in early childhood and elementary education. She received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Alabama. More...

For The Record

Marriage license applications

Curlee Spencer III and Tiffany Dean Jackson; Andrew Lee Jackson and Jacqueline Latrice Harris; Frank Eric Landrum Jr. More...

Property deeds listed

June 14-27 Robert S. Bowling III to John Paul Thomas. Patrick D. Wright to Calvin D. Wright. Smokewood, LLC to Charles A. Casteel. Estate of Leon V.J. McVay to Ann McVay Pearson. Lenord Beck to Linda Beck. More...

Marriage license applications

Coleman Terry Stifflemire and Kayla Denise Powell; William Louis Holton Jr. and Jodi Leanne Overstreet; Terry Dewain Chaney and Belinda Faye Kennedy; Thomas Loyd Fletcher and Bethany Renae Rush; James McMillan and Mary Lawrence Chandler. More...

A hometown celebration

Fireworks light up downtown Thomasville at the end of the Hometown Celebration Saturday night. For more photos and information from the event, turn to page 12A. More...

McAboy and Mayor resolve differences

Although Louis “Sonny” McAboy had gotten his alcohol license from the city last week, one last message Friday made him feel like yet another obstacle had been put in his way, for McAboy, it was just too much. More...

Airbus to base production in Mobile

MOBILE – Governor Robert Bentley on Monday joined with Airbus executives, economic development leaders, and other officials in formally announcing that Airbus has chosen Alabama as the site of its first U.S.-based production facility. More...

Editorials

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Obama, Romney & Bentleycare

Our Guv, Dr. Robert Bentley, says the new health care law is the worst legislation to ever come out of Congress and must be repealed. More...

How we began

“W hen in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nat More...

Religion

CHURCH CALENDAR

Student ministry to raffle off oil painting More...

Spiritually Speaking

His life was his sermon

You can tell a lot about a person by attending their funeral. Because of knee surgery I was not able to be there for the send off they gave Bill Ingram, but I hear it was standing room only. How about that Bill, you packed the place out. More...

“The Eyes of The Storm” performs in Thomasville

On behalf of the Dravitan Civic Club, we would like to express our sincere appreciation to all the wonderful supporters from Clarke and surrounding counties who came out to see the national stage play, “The Eyes of The Storm.” More...

Sports

Thomasville’s all-star teams

7-8 year old boys Hayes Alford, Jon Griffin Barnes, James Browder, Myron Brown, Brett Dailey, Durand Evans II, Carter Hankins, Courtney (CJ) Holt Jr., Landen Ingram, Jobe Jay, Greyson Lewis, and Just More...

Taking Names and Keeping Score

Once in a lifetime

I have been blessed to have had a multitude of people in my life that I can truly call a friend. More...

Thomasville Ponytails headed to state

The Thomasville Ponytail (11 & 12 year old) All-Star softball team earned a spot in the Dixie Softball State Tournament being played in Troy beginning on Friday, July 13 and running through Wednesday, July 18 when they finished as the Runnerup in More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Crow

John Kenneth Crow, 86, of Thomasville died Saturday, June 30, 2012 at Mobile Infirmary. He was born May 31, 1926 in Thomasville. He was a former powerhouse operator and a World War II U. S. Army veteran. He was a member of York Church of Christ. More...

Hudson

Claudie Burl Hudson, 80, a former warehouse foreman of Thomasville died Thursday, June 28, 2012 at Mobile Infirmary. He was born Sept. 9, 1931 in Greenwood. More...

Ingram

William (Bill) Larry Ingram, 64, of Thomasville died Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at Baptist Medical Center South in Montgomery. He was born Aug. 12, 1947 in Butler. More...