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Ernie A. Montgomery

Services for Ernie A. (Buddy) Montgomery, 65, of Thomas County, are at 2 p.m., Monday, Nov. 3, 2014 at Allen & Allen Funeral Home Chapel. Pastor Mack Luke will officiate and the interment is in Big Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. Mr. Montgomery passed ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 11 hours ago]
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Harry E. Stout

Graveside services for of Thomasville are at 2 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014, at Sunset Memorial Gardens. The Rev. Mike Nichols will officiate. Mr. Stout died Thursday, Oct. 30, at Archbold Medical Center. Born Oct. 28, 1926, in Peapack, N.J., he was the ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 11 hours ago]
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Death notice

Charles Henry Clark Sr. of Ochlocknee died Thursday at Select Medical Hospital of Tallahassee, Fla. Local survivors include a son, Charles H. Clark Jr.; a daughter, Louise Clark; sons, Bobby R. Clark and Stephen J. Clark all of Thomasville. — Whiddon-Shiver ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 11 hours ago]
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TU announces chili cookoff winners

Submitted photosAs part of Thomas University’s homecoming festivities, students, alumni and TU supporters competed in the annual chili cookoff held Thursday, Oct. 23, at TU’s West Campus. Winners in each category received a trophy and a chili cook off ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
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100 B-G-T Black Tie Gala set

THOMASVILLE — The 100 Black Men of Brooks-Grady-and-Thomas Counties Inc. will conduct its first Black Tie Banquet and Gala at 7 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 6, at the Grand Ballroom on the fifth floor of the Business Exchange Building, 125 N. Broad St. in downtown ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
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GEORGIA HOUSE DISTRICT 173 CANDIDATE PROFILE: Darlene Taylor

THOMASVILLE — The incumbent state House District 173 representative is concerned about federal issues that plague constituents.Darlene K. Taylor, who is seeking a third two-year term in the post, said the births of 80 percent of babies born in Southwest ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
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GEORGIA HOUSE DISTRICT 173 CANDIDATE PROFILE: Keith Jenkins

THOMASVILLE — A candidate for the state House District 173 seat said success is a cinch with the proper education and hard work.“There are opportunities we have. ... Nothing’s going to come easy. We have to work for it,” said candidate Keith Lanel Jenkins ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
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Hutchison named volunteer of the year

The Technical College Foundation Association of Georgia (TCFA) has announced winners from their association’s nominees of outstanding volunteers who supported the state’s technical colleges in 2014.Bob “Hutch” Hutchison was recognized as Technical College ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
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Third annual Good Shepherd concert today

THOMASVILLE — The third annual concert at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church is set for 2 to 6 p.m. today behind the church at 515 Oak St.Featured musicians will be Richard Hadley and George Banks. The featured vocalist will be Bri Bryant. Various genres ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
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BAND THEFT SENTENCE

THOMASVILLE — Despite pleas for mercy from a defendant’s mother, son, preacher and friends, a Superior Court judge handed down a prison sentence Thursday on a man who stole close to $45,000 from Thomasville High School Band Boosters.James Deryl Ouzts ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 31 2014]
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Joseph Franklin Williams

Services for , 83, of Ochlocknee are at 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014 at Ochlocknee Baptist Church. Rev. Dennis Norman will officiate and interment is in Midway Church Cemetery. Mr. Williams passed away on Oct. 29, at his residence. Born Oct. 1, 1931 ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 31 2014]
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Kenneth Harold Herndon

Services for , 94, of Thomasville are at 2 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014 at Antioch Baptist Church. The Rev. Matt Stacey, Pastor Jon McLain and Keith Hayes will officiate and internment will be at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Mr. Herndon passed away Oct. 25, at ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 31 2014]

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"Participants are judged in age groups. Competition is always keen, and all participants get prizes,” said Alice Hallman Durham. For more information, call 229-224-8660."
...Hans Christian Anderson once said "a human life is a story told by God,” and Dot’s life is an example of what an eloquent, compelling and graceful author He is. Born April 12, 1925 in Bluefield, W Va., to parents Leola and Raymond Sneed, Dot married Marine and WWII veteran James Johnson French in 1947. He passed away too soon in 1951. In the next chapter of her life, Dot moved herself and her young daughter, Dorcas, to Thomasville in 1960 after her doctor advised her that a warmer climate would help her rheumatoid arthritis.  While she visited several towns in Georgia, she fell in love with the tree-canopied streets of Thomasville, especially Dawson Street. She worked for many years at Archbold Lab and Southwestern State Hospital, from which she retired. Throughout her life, God used Dot’s sweet smile and caring nature as a ministry to others. Whether singing in the choir at Dawson Street Baptist Church or playing the piano for a Sunday School class at a local nursing home, she served as a comfort and inspiration to everyone who knew her. Dot’s story included many adventures and fun family times.  She visited every state in the country collecting rocks and gems from each of her travels from around the country and around the world, the last trip being to Alaska with her grandson-in-law. She was an avid fan of the Atlanta Braves, hitting the road to Atlanta with friends and family many times to catch games in person. During retirement, she fed her creative streak by taking piano lessons and art classes. Perhaps the most compelling element of Dot’s story is that she was well aware that her final chapter on earth was coming to a close. Her preparations serve as a reminder to us all of what is truly important – she prayed unceasingly, spent every precious moment with family and recorded books so that she can continue reading to her great grandchildren for a long time to come.  And true to form, she always smiled with the confidence of someone who knew that fabulous adventures await her in Heaven. Dot is survived by a family that gives thanks to God for a story well-told and a life well-lived: Daughter Dorcas Cleveland and her husband, Alan, of Thomasville; Granddaughter Whitney Robertson, her husband James and their children, Andrew and Ellie Robertson, of Thomasville; Grandson Jonathan Cleveland of Thomasville; sister-in-law Eula Sneed of StSt Paul, Va., nieces Susan Trent and Marquita Powers and nephew Scott Sneed, all of St Paul, Va., and several great nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by husband James French, parents Leola and Raymond Sneed of Boston, Ga., brother Marvin Sneed and nephew Dean Sneed of StSt Paul, Va. A Memorial Celebration of her life will be held at Dawson Street Baptist Church on Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 at 10 a.m., followed by visitation with family in the church Fellowship Hall.  Burial will be a private family service at Laurel Hill Cemetery in Thomasville.  Donations may be made to the Handbell Choir of Dawson Street Baptist Church, Thomasville. — Allen & Allen Funeral Home"
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Ernie A. Montgomery [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 11 hours ago]
Death notice [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 11 hours ago]
Harry E. Stout [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 11 hours ago]
GEORGIA HOUSE DISTRICT 173 CANDIDATE PROFILE: D... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
Hutchison named volunteer of the year [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
GEORGIA HOUSE DISTRICT 173 CANDIDATE PROFILE: K... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
TU announces chili cookoff winners [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
Third annual Good Shepherd concert today [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
100 B-G-T Black Tie Gala set [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
BAND THEFT SENTENCE [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 31 2014]
Kimberly Eureka Ford [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 31 2014]
Joseph Franklin Williams [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 31 2014]
Kenneth Harold Herndon [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 31 2014]
Mary McFadden [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 31 2014]
Demetrius La’thone Johnson [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 31 2014]
Richard B. Reese Jr. [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 31 2014]
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Church briefs Oct. 31 [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 30 2014]
EDAT hires first executive director [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 30 2014]
Be worried about pleasing the Father [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 30 2014]
Keenagers honor nonagenarians [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 30 2014]
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Local deaths, Oct. 30 [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - Oct 30 2014]
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