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September 3, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

More phone scams targeting area residents

The Thomasville Times received a call last week about a different phone scam, one we’ve warned our readers about before. Carolyn Davis of Thomasville received a call Friday from someone claiming she had a problem with her computer. More...

New water rules a concern

The new Waters of the U.S. rule adopted by the EPA has rural some rural leaders concerned, while others think the rule clarifies older, confusing rules. More...

Special Sections

Editorials

A mountain journey: Part One

Where did the summer go? I see the leaves turning gold at the edges on my pecan trees by the porch. A few have fluttered to the ground. More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Alabama among top three in receiving fed funds

It is common knowledge that the Indian casinos in Alabama and throughout the country are granted federal sovereignty and are not subject to state intervention and authority. More...

School

Work-Based Learning benefits Students and Employers

The Work-Based Learning Program at Thomasville High School is a component of Career Technical Education. The program has enrolled 67 students this year, with paid on-the-job training and voluntary internships. More...

Crawford to be published

Janie Crawford, a junior at Thomasville High School, has been notified that her poem, "Emotion's Graveyard", has advanced to the semi-final round of the National Amateur Poetry Competition, sponsored by Eber and Wein Publishing Company. More...

THS Senior Class Officers

Left to Right are Emily Nobles-Treasurer, Mikayla Johnson-Secretary, Jacob Kynard-Vice President and KeAndrea Burroughs-President More...

For The Record

Property deeds listed

Aug. 20 - 26 Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, to Darrell Linder. Curtis Overstreet, to Terri S. Overstreet. Fannie Mae, to James W. McLean. Smoker Properties LLC, to Michael E. Murphy. More...

Thomasville Police Department report

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

Clarke County Sheriff’s report

Arrests booked through the Clarke County Jail during the week of Aug. 25-Sept. 1 include: Maurice Darnell Pritchett, 28, probation revocation, $60,000 bond, arrested by Clarke County Sheriff’s Dept. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

John Robert Green,

80, a construction worker of Pine Hill, died Aug. 28, 2015 at Monroe County Hospital. He was born Feb. 5, 1935 in Thomasville. More...

GD plant manager talks about beating “the enemy”

A Bloomberg Business article published online this week ended with a curious statement from the manager of the Golden Dragon copper tube plant in Sunny South. The article takes a look at Chinese manufacturing investments in the United States. More...

Pine Hill’s roaming goat on the lam

Who says there’s no excitement in small towns? The roaming goat of Pine Hill is still on the loose. The goat, on the loose for at least a week now, even made the evening newscast of a Montgomery TV station. More...

ALEA announces plan to close driver license offices

If the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency enacts its plan to start closing driver license offices, the Wilcox field office in Camden will be one of the first on the chopping block, with Clarke County and Marengo County offices to close in the second phas 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

ASCC casting for “Dracula

Alabama Southern Community College’s Theatre Department will hold an open casting call for its Halloween performance of “Dracula,” a play based on Bram Stoker’s novel about the Transylvanian vampire. More...

Cozy Quilters donate quilt to support Pilots for Christ

The Cozy Quilters Club presented a quilt to Carla Bilbrey, Tami Dixon, Tip Blakeney, and Shirley Crow to be raffled off Sept. 20 with all proceeds going to the Pilots for Christ organization. More...

Worthwhile Club officers

The Thomasville Worthwhile Club officers are from left to right Laurelle Stoudenmire, Miriam Harrison, Levinna Brown, Joyce Loftin, Marie Slade, Marilyn Morgan and Emily Smith. More...

Religion

Never put off until tomorrow that which you can do today

I have thought about writing about procrastination, but I have failed to do so, thus far. I have been putting it off. More...

CHURCH CALENDAR

Little Zion Holiness hosting homecoming and revival services Little Zion Holiness Church will have its annual homecoming celebration Sept. 6 at 2 p.m. The guest speaker will be pastor Eddie Pugh, Sr. from the Living Church of God in Thomasville. More...

Mental Conditioning

A champion intentionally creates situations to jack up the pressure even higher, challenging yourself to prove what you're capable of. More...

Sports

Thomasville blanked by 5A Demopolis

The Thomasville High School Tigers football team lost 27-0 Aug. 28 to Demopolis High at D.F. Anderson Field. More...

Panthers lose in double overtime

The Marengo Panthers lost a tough one Friday night in Butler, falling to the Class 2A Choctaw Tigers 36-30 in two overtimes. More...

Tigers look ahead to region foe Monroe

After the Thomasville High School football team’s 27-0 loss to Demopolis Aug. 28, THS head football coach Jack Hankins Jr. asked his players whom could he depend on in future games? More...