March 26, 2015 RSS feed / Community

‘A Yellow Watermelon’ goes to T’ville

The Thomasville Arts Council presents the second annual production of “A Yellow Watermelon: The Play,” in May, 2015 and in so doing recognizes the literary work of Clarke County’s native son, Ted M. Dunagan. More...

T’ville South industrial park earns special designation

Thomasville South Industrial Park in Clarke County has received an Alabama AdvantageSite designation. More...

New executive director of Social Security in S.C. grew up in Toddtown

Otto Wilson, who grew up in Clarke County’s Toddtown commuunity, was recently named executive director of the Social Security Administration for the state of South Carolina. More...

Voice 4 Animal Campaign 5K race and Pet Trot

Tommy Blaylock set a blistering pace to win the annual V4AC 5K race last Saturday in Fulton. Just over a minute behind him was female winner Elizabeth Smith. More...

Sunday wreck injures 3

An early afternoon accident on Sunday, March 22 led to multiple injuries. According to the Alabama Department of Public Safety, four people were injured in an accident at about 12:55 p.m. More...

Major Kimbrough retires after 26 years in U.S. Army

Major Daryl A. Kimbrough, son-in-law of Willie and Emma Bettis of Fulton has retired from the United States Army after 26 years of service on March 20 in Sumpter, S.C. He is married to Teresa (Bettis) Kimbrough of Thomasville. More...

Memorializing longtime T’ville industrial board member

The late Carroll Scarbrough, former member of the Thomasville Industrial Development Board, was honored Monday night during the Thomasville City Council meeting. More...

JHS Principal Harbuck retiring

Ken Harbuck, principal of Jackson High School, has announced his retirement. He has served in that position since 2007. More...

Animal welfare group eager for opening of county shelter

The Friends of the Clarke County Animal Shelter are asking the county to move quicker in getting the facility open. More...