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November 15, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Rush takes oath of office

Jackie Ray Rush takes the oath of office Wednesday morning as the new county commissioner for District 2. His mother, Martha Jo Powell is holding the Bible. More...

Clarke Co. Box-by-Box Nov. 6 2012 General Election

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Editorials

Alabama stays a GOP stronghold

The 2012 Presidential Election year is now history and nothing has changed. There is absolute status quo in Washington. You have the same president, the same Democratic majority in the Senate and the same Republican majority in the U.S. More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Hated to see criticism of Hayes after game

Being an Auburn fan, I shed no tears at Alabama’s loss to Texas A&M Saturday. I didn’t watch a lot of the game, so I missed the finale. More...

Ramblin’ Roses and Flyin’ Bricks

Staying out of the sun is a good idea

Nov. 18, 1959 More...

School

SWHS School News

Stay dedicated and give it your all!

We had a great week last week. We had our book fair Monday, Nov. 5 - Friday, Nov. 9, and it was very successful. Thanks to everyone who supported our school library. More...

Byrd's Fundamental of Engineering class presented challenge

The students in Kevin Byrd's Fundamentals of Engineering classes were recently presented a challenge to make a chair out of cardboard that had to be comfortable and appealing in design. More...

THS announces honor roll

Thomasville High School announced the honor roll for the first nine weeks as follows: Ninth Grade More...

Sports

THS suffers first-round loss 39-22

The Thomasville High School Tigers couldn’t overcome seven turnovers and multiple penalties in a 39-22 playoff loss Nov. 9, to the Charles Henderson High Trojans. More...

Sweet Water passes first round 62-14

Sweet Water High School’s Bulldogs continued their mastery in the playoffs as they ran through Samson’s Tigers 62-14 last Friday in the first round of the AHSAA Class 2A playoffs. More...

TMS basketball team record at 5-1

The Thomasville Middle School boys basketball team got off to a hot start winning five of its first six games. On Oct. 25, after just two days of practice, Coach Curtis Lane’s troops defeated Linden Middle School 48-23. More...

Salvation Army bell ringing to start

The Thomasville Salvation Army’s Angel Trees are now out with children who need to be “adopted” for Christmas. More...

Longtime T’ville business man, Lorenza Johnson passes

Thomasville businessman and long-time fixture in Thomasville’s black community, Lorenza F. Johnson, died this week. More...

More events added to Downtown Stroll

Snow is predicted for Clay Park in downtown Thomasville on Dec. 1. It won’t be the real thing falling from the clouds, but 20 tons of artificial snow will be on hand for the Downtown Stroll. That should be enough to make a snowman or two. More...

Calendar

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Clarke County Board to conduct meeting Nov. 15 The Clarke County Board of Human Resources will conduct its regular meeting Thursday, Nov. 15 at 9 a.m. The meeting will be in the Clarke County DHR Board Room and the public is invited to attend. More...

People

Area Christmas events scheduled

The schedule of area Christmas parades will begin Saturday, Nov. 17 with the Town of Fulton parade. Line up will be at 1 p.m. with the parade starting at 2. • The Chatom Christmas Parade will be held at 10 a.m. on Dec. 1. More...

T’ville PD asks for help to buy new bullet proof vests

The Thomasville Police Department has put out a call for help. Chief Mitchell Stuckey is seeking donations to help the department purchase new bullet-proof vests for his officers. More...

December wedding plans announced for Creighton-Morgan

Ms. Karen Daniel Creighton of Demopolis announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Kendyll Michelle, to “Buddy” Allen Morgan. Mr. Morgan is the son of Kenny and Melinda Morgan of Arlington. More...

Religion

CHURCH CALENDAR

Grace Chapel Church to host singing Nov. 17 Grace Chapel Church of Coffeeville will have a congregational type singing Saturday, Nov. 17 at 6:30 p.m. led by Donald Jackson. Everyone is invited to attend. More...

Spiritually Speaking

Don’t be consumed by the chaos!

A utumn is full blown around our house. The only part of Autumn that isn’t full blown is the leaves and I’ve been put on notice that somebody needs to blow them. More...

Pineview Men’s Sunday School

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Windell Sheffield, Anthony DeBusk, Joe Clayton, Ben Pugh, Winston Parden, Cordell Hutto, John Wayne Overstreet, Walter Turk, Frank Robison, Ralph Smyly, Frank Jackson, Gene Overstreet, Ed Parrish, Tim Robison, Mack Pope and Robert Dement. More...

For The Record

Marriage license applications

William Andrew Scott IV and Heather Suzanne Dozier. Elbert McCants and Shelia Renae Chapman. Matthew Paul Tyler and Allyn Hardy Ernest. Chad Edward Morris and Elizabeth Johnson Beech. Larry Kyle Huff and Tiffany Lynn Lewis. More...

Property deeds listed

Nov. 1-7 Dennis Haskew to Hagen A. Steadham. Jackie R. Davis to Pennivae D. Vinning. Ramon Newton to Ralph Smyly. 3D Land Development LLC to Dean Deas. Kelli Langley to the Betty Langley Maxwell Revocable Trust. David A. Snell to Merchants Bank. More...

Clarke County Sheriff’s report

Arrests booked through the Clarke County Jail during the week of Nov. 6-13 include: Edward Murphy Mosely, 31, running stop sign, driving under the influence, $1,427 bond, arrested by Thomasville Police Dept. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Johnson

Lorenza F. “Uncle Lo” Johnson died Thursday, Nov. 9, 2012. More...

Thank You

Dear Thomasville family and friends, More...