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August 30, 2012 RSS feed / People

Louisville Slugger donates bats

Louisville Slugger bats were awarded to the top men's teams in Thomasville's adult softball league this year. More...

Coates graduates basic training

Army National Guard Pfc. Shandrel A. Coates has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. More...

Broadus to sing at Leeds Festival

Mallory Broadus, a 14- year-old freshman at Thomasville High School, will sing at Kids’ Korner during the Leeds Downtown Folk Festival and John Henry Celebration on Sept. 15 and 16. More...

Collier receives certification

The Town of Pine Hill’s newest clerk, Kathy Collier, has been certified by the Administrative Office of Courts and the Alabama Municipal Court Clerks and Magistrates Association, and has the professional designation of: Certified Municipal Cour More...

THS students attend band camp

Thomasville High School students participated in a summer band camp to learn the music and drill for the halftime show to be performed this football season. More...

Horse show results told

Winners in the western events at the Aug. 17 horse show for Thomasville Saddle Club are as follows: More...

Interstate plans include Clarke County

Many Clarke Countians who have been pushing to fourlane U.S. More...

Grove Hill hospital expansion application sent to state committee

The State Health Planning and Development Agency has issued a press release regarding Grove Hill Memorial Hospital’s application for a Certificate of Need to make improvements and additions to the hospital. More...

Swapping Recipes & Sharing Memories

Do you have aliens in your fridge?

Have you ever wondered just how hungry the first people were who ate certain foods? I'm talking about such foods as asparagus, artichoke, coconut, pineapple, shrimp or lobster; just to name a few. More...

County to buy a boat for the Sheriff

The Clarke County Commission approved Tuesday that bids will be sent out for the purchase of a 2013 Xpress H22B Center Console Bay Boat for the Clarke County Sheriff’s Department. The county received a U.S. More...

Gibson and Chandler united in marriage

Miss Mary Lawrence Chandler and Mr. James McMillan Gibson were united in marriage on June 23, 2012, at Canterbury United Methodist Church in Birmingham. The Reverend Mike Holley officiated the evening ceremony. More...

Overton - Holden to marry Sept. 15

The engagement and forthcoming marriage of Cortney D. Overton to Joseph A. Holden, is announced by her parents, Judy Harvell of Silas and James Overton of Grove Hill. Parents of the groom- elect are Mr. and Mrs. Joey Holden of Thomasville. More...

New arrival

Emma-Jean Cecille Agee

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Agee (nee Sissy Jackson) of Vineland announce the birth of a daughter, Emma-Jean Cecille. She was born June 24, 2012 at Providence Hospital in Mobile. She weighed 7 lbs. 1 oz and was 21 inches long. More...

ASCC LPN students graduate

Alabama Southern Community College LPN graduates, front row from left, are: Sarah Anderson, Latoya Beavers, Christina Curtis, Shawnte Dunning, Brianna Foreman, Angelica Foster and Valencia Hall; seco More...

THS class of 1958 reunite

The Thomasville High School class of 1958 reunited at The Shed in Camden Aug. 11. Thirteen classmates and former classmates and spouses enjoyed an afternoon of good food and fellowship. More...

Hurricane Isaac interupts second week of school

It has been a great second week here at Thomasville High School. However, it seems Hurricane Isaac is trying to dampen our week. School was let out early on Tuesday and was cancelled Wednesday. More...

Hospital a handy stopover

Utility line contractors parked their trucks at the former Southwest Alabama Medical Center building parking lot in Thomasville Tuesday to wait for Hurricane Isaac to pass through and head down to be More...

Job Corp training begins

The Job Corps held an orientation session Aug. 23 at White-Smith Public Library in Jackson. Job Corps is a federally funded, residential, educational and job training program for youth ages 16-24. More...


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