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September 6, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Opine-Tallahatta gets a new tanker truck

The Opine-Tallahatta Springs Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. recently purchased a tanker truck from Deep South Fire Truck, Inc. More...

Man shot in his car in Dixons Mills

Three people are being questioned in connection to Sunday night’s fatal shooting in Dixons Mills, according to Marengo County Sheriff Ben Bates. More...

Chamber After Hours tonight

The Thomasville Chamber of Commerce will host a Chamber After Hours event tonight at 6 at the Thomasville Civic Center. The event will be a casual meet and greet with updates provided on economic activity in and around Thomasville. More...

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AG Strange got 100 grand from Poarch Creek Indians

A labama Attorney General Luther Strange says that the recent seizure of gambling devices from a Houston County casino should serve as a warning to others who are engaged in illegal gambling. More...

Hurricanes and us

Front Porch Philosopher

When I was growing up here in Thomasville, we new knew of a hurricane as anything but an abstract word. When I got a little older, we associated it with New Orleans and a syrupy sweet red drink. More...

Religion

CHURCH CALENDAR

An evening of praise in the park cancelled The gospel singing scheduled for Sept. 7 at Bessie Munden Recreational Park in Camden has been cancelled until further notice. If you have any questions, contact Ernestine Mason at 334- 963-4336. More...

Does God answer prayer?

Spiritually Speaking

Some time ago God began to convict me about the weakness of my personal prayer life, and I wondered if there were others in our church who might feel the same way. More...

Pineview Men’s Sunday School

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Windell Sheffield, Anthony DeBusk, Joe Clayton, Clarence Newton, Winston Parden, Walter Turk, Frank Robison, Ralph Smyly, John Reaves, Billy Kennedy, Frank Jackson, Gene Overstreet, Ed Parrish and Mike Overstreet. More...

Sports

Thomasville runs past Sweet Water 37-22

Fans of both the Thomasville Tigers and Sweet Water Bulldogs got their money’s worth Aug. 31 with an exciting regular season opener at D.F. Anderson Field in Thomasville. More...

Success in reach for THS Lady Tigers

Coach Russell Wright has high hopes for the 2012 installment of the Lady Tigers volleyball team. Last year he inherited a team that had gone 8-31 in its previous two years. Last season, they improved, though still with a losing record, to 7-11. More...

Wounded Panthers get pummeled 40-0 by Southern Choctaw

The Marengo Panthers lost their opening game of the 2012 season to Southern Choctaw 40-0 in Gilbertown Friday. The young Panther squad will have to learn quickly as they enter region play this week against McIntosh. More...

Two T’ville men arrested after Lavaca shooting

Two Thomasville men have been arrested and charged in connection with a shooting at a private party in Lavaca Saturday. More...

Miller’s Ferry lock on list of closures to recreational traffic

The Army Corps of Engineers announced late last week that it intends to close the Miller’s Ferry lock to all but commercial traffic by appointment only. More...

Dixons Mills walking track almost done

Organizers are hopeful that the surface of the walking track at Dixons Mills Park will be completed in the next four to six weeks. More...

“Heart of Clarke” Fall Festival plans set

The Grove Hill Arts Council is making preparations for the “Heart of Clarke” Fall Festival. The annual event will be Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012. More...

Calendar

A. L. Martin Museum seeks individual talent

The A. L. Martin Museum staff is seeking individually talented people to participate in its Oct. 6, 4-6 p.m., 2012 Artist Appreciation Day. More...

Salvation Army Angel Tree sign up begins Sept. 24

Registration for the Salvation Army Angel Tree will be conducted on the following dates: Monday, Sept. 24, Tuesday, Sept. 25, Thursday, Sept. 27, Monday, Oct. 1, Tuesday, Oct. 2 and Thursday, Oct. 4. from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. More...

Fulton Fire and Rescue Squad needing donations

The Fulton Fire and Rescue Squad is raising money to purchase two thermal imaging cameras. The cameras will be used in finding hidden hot spots in a burning house and assist in locating people. Any donations are welcome. More...

People

September is National Honey Month

Swapping Recipes & Sharing Memories

Linda Breedlove, co-owner of The Thomasville Times, told me that September is National Honey Month. I like it when people give me ideas for recipes. More...

Kelly-Hope to wed

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kelly of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Allison Marie, to Andrew James Hope. Mr. Hope is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hope of Fulton. Miss Kelly is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. More...

Local named distinguished scholar

Sally White of Thomasville, is one of seven academically accomplished and service-oriented freshmen from Mississippi and Alabama who make up the latest class of Mississippi State University Distinguished Scholars. More...

School

Nothing can stop a Tiger

We hope everyone had a great Labor Day weekend! The third week of school is in full swing. The rain may frizz our hair and get our socks wet, and the love bugs may swarm in droves, but nothing can stop a Tiger from making progress. More...

For The Record

Marriage license applications

Phillip Joseph Lee Aucion and Ashley Elizabeth Smith; Robert E. Smith and Patricia Ann Ikner. Marriage license applications are just that—applications for licenses, not necessarily actual marriages. More...

Property deeds listed

Aug. 23-28 Gary L. Wilson to Bank of America. Steven O. Newsome to Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas. Estate of Joyce Tanner to Raymond Geary. Cynthia W. Adams to Charles Carter. Wendy Coyle to Steven R. Meadows Jr. More...

Clarke County Sheriff’s report

Arrests booked through the Clarke County Jail during the week of Aug. 28 - Seot. 4 include: Rufus Jermaine Grayson, 25, motion to revoke bond, arrested by Clarke County Sheriff’s Dept. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

James

Judy Elaine James, 60, of Clio died Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012 in Clopton. James, a homemaker and member of Bassett Creek Baptist Church in Grove Hill, was born April 11, 1952. More...

Lindsey

David Duke Lindsey, 81, died Aug. 30, 2012 at Mobile Infirmary. Lindsey, a native and resident of Whatley, retired from the Alabama Department of Transportation as a heavy equipment operator. He was a member of Horeb Baptist Church. More...


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