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November 19, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

ACT Aspire scores improve slightly

Alabama public schools students have completed the second year of ACT assessments and the results show promise and progress toward learning achievement–particularly in math. More...

Why I ring: Ethial Taite

Ethial Taite was always fascinated by the tinkling of the Salvation Army bells. She explained,"When I was a young girl, I would see the Salvation Army red buckets and hear the bells ringing, and I got this wonderful feeling inside. More...

Special Sections

Editorials

Getting ready to handicap the horses in the Alabama Derby

Steve Flowers column appears in over 60 Alabama newspapers. He served 16 years in the state legislature. W e Alabamians love the governor’s race. More...

Calling it a day at The Thomasville Times

This is my last column for The Thomasville Times. I came here in January of 2005, almost 11 years ago. It seems hard to believe.  More...

Sharing a few stories from near and far

November 21, 1951

A t McIntosh, where my friends and I fish whenever hunt and we get an opportunity, we have a couple, Sandy and Alberta, who look out for us in a very fine sort of way.  More...

Religion

Remember the Lord’s Day and keep it holy

Yesterday, my brother-in-law Huel and I planned to go to Peggy’s family’s farm and plant food plots for the deer.  While he was getting ready I drove my pickup to Slapout to buy gas at the Boy’s Store. More...

Church Calendar

Crimson City to perform at Lighthouse Fellowship   The Lighthouse Fellowship Church of Grove Hill will feature Crimson City Saturday, Nov. 21 at 6 p.m. The church is located on Highway 43 North.  Grace Chapel congregational singing Nov. More...

MENTAL CONDITIONING

To be a champion you have to know what you can control and know what you can’t.  First you can’t control other people or the weather, but we do seem to try.  You control yourself, your attitude, your response to adversity.  More...

Sports

Golf note

The Thomasville Golf and Recreation Club is restructuring its current member base. “We are asking individuals with personal belongings in sheds to let us know who you are,” said director Daryl Sager.  More...

Moore takes over as THS boys basketball coach

Chris Moore is the new head coach of the Thomasville High School Tigers varsity boys basketball team. He comes to THS after serving as basketball coach at Leroy High School.  More...

Maplesville defeats Marengo 50-6

Defending state champ Maplesville defeated Marengo 50-6 on Friday night at The Swamp in Dixons Mills during the second round of the AHSAA Class 1A playoffs.  The Red Devils ran for 433 yards in the game, while holding the Panthers to just 25 yar More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Vines

Edward Gene Vines, 82, of Linden, went to be with his Lord Nov. 12, 2015 at Hospice of West Alabama. He was born Mar. 4, 1933 in Luxora, Ark.  He was a former bleach plant operator with James River Corp. and a US Navy veteran. More...

Manhunt nabs carjacker near Pine Hill

Pine Hill Police captured a man Friday who was accused of carjacking a woman.  More...

THS gets golden football

Anthony Madison, former Thomasville High School, University of Alabama and Pittsburgh Steeler football player, presents a golden football to Charles Alford, THS principal, during a student assembly N More...

Silverwood quartet to perform T’ville concert

The Silverwood Quartet will transport Thomasville audiences to a simpler Christmas with traditional seasonal music played on the flute and strings with an unsurpassed level of artistry and creativity. The free, 6 p.m. More...

Calendar

Community Calendar

Family Anonymous meets every Thursday   Family Anonymous is a support group for friends and family of people who have an addiction to drugs, an abusive partner and any other addiction. More...

People

Morgan chosen as Faulkner Senior Maid

Beth Morgan was chosen as senior maid in the Faulkner University Homecoming court. She was recognized at the game on Oct. 24. Morgan is majoring in business administration and is a current member of the Delta Xi Omega social club.  More...

Dr. Snow speaks to Worthwhile Club

The Worthwhile Club met Nov. 11 at the clubroom.  Hostessess for the meeting were Bainor Sheehan and Rosea Lee Overstreet.  The program was on health and the guest speaker was Dr. More...

Five generations

Front row (L-R) Annie Laura Bishop holding Cooper Harbuck Overstreet and Teri Overstreet; back, Jack Bishop and Jack Oversteet. More...

School

Career tech program gets positive reviews

The Family and Consumer Science (FACS) and Health Science programs at Thomasville High School received flying colors during a Business and Industry certification review Nov. 9 by state officials.  More...

TCS will soon be out for Thanksgiving break

Greetings Thomasville! There are currently many incredible scholarship opportunities for seniors. The scholarship link on the high school website has been updated. Go to the THS website and click the Counselor’s Corner link.  More...

Champion named Intern of the Week

The Worked Based Learning Program at Thomasville High School announces that Matt Champion, right, has been selected as the "Intern of the Week". With Champion is Cindy Hare. More...

For The Record

Property deeds listed

Nov. 5-Nov.12  Johnny Stinson, to Johnny Stinson. Kecia C. Rossby, to Kristi L. Pritchett. Evelyn M. Johnson, to Sylvester Pugh Sr. Steve Harrison, to Bryan Harrison. Martha Jo Steadham, to Amanda S. More...

Clark County Sheriff's report

Arrests booked through the Clarke County Jail during the week of Nov. 10-17 include:  David Edward Thompson, 48, negotiating a worthless negotiable instrument, $500 bond, arrested by Clarke County Sheriff’s Dept. More...

Thomasville Police Department

The Thomasville Police Department filed the following charges during the week ending Nov. More...