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Grady County deputy surprises meth suspet

CAIRO — The Grady County deputy who went to a residence late Tuesday afternoon to serve an arrest warrant on a certain individual ended up arresting someone completely different on drug charges.According to Steve Clark, Grady County Sheriff’s Office chief ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 19 hours ago]
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Mini-Marathon and Festival boasts three days of activities

BOSTON — Fall is well under way, and so are plans for this weekend’s 35th annual Boston Mini-Marathon and Festival.The signature event for South Georgia fall festivals has grown to three days of activities Friday, Saturday and Sunday.Participants in the ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 19 hours ago]
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Cairo Newsbeat, Oct. 24

FBLA plansyard saleThe bi-annual Cairo High School FBLA Sponsored Community Wide Yard Sale will be held on Saturday. The yard sale is a fundraiser for the Cairo High School FBLA Club and will begin at 7 a.m. on the lawn in front of CHS.If you would like ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 19 hours ago]
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Police probing cemetery thefts

THOMASVILLE — A woman reported to police that artificial flower arrangements were taken from graves of her parents and grandfather at Laurel Hill Cemetery.“Police ask that citizens report thefts if they witness them in the cemetery. Our officers patrol ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 19 hours ago]
Entities: Police, Juvenile, Burglary
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Death notices for 10/24

John Arthur Hill of Cairo died Tuesday at his residence. — Weston’s Funeral Home ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 20 hours ago]
Entities: John Arthur, Cairo
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Tommie Lee Coleman

, at Eastside Baptist Church, Colton Avenue. Pastor Tim Robson will officiate and interment is in Magnolia Cemetery on Metcalfe Road. Mr. Coleman died Oct. 19 at Archbold Hospital. Born Nov. 7, 1946, he was a son of the late Tom Frank and Patsy Coleman. ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 20 hours ago]
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Janie Ruth Taylor Derico

Services for Mother , 98, of Cairo are at Greater New Corinth M.B. Church in Cairo. The Rev. Morris Evans, pastor, Bishop Ruben Addison officiating and interment is in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Pallbearers are grandsons and nephews. Mrs. Derico died Oct. 18 ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 20 hours ago]
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Douglas Braxton West

Services for of Cairo are at 11 a.m., Saturday, October 25, 2014, at Victory Baptist Church. The Rev. Stacey West and the Rev. Gary Holland will officiate and interment is in Ochlocknee City Cemetery. Pallbearers are Michael West, Ed Autry, Marty West, ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 20 hours ago]
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LeRoy A. Schlabach

Services for , 78, of Meigs, are at 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014, at First Baptist Church of Pelham with the Rev. Matt Peek officiating, assisted by the Rev. Nathan Fowler.  Interment, with military honors, will follow in Westview Cemetery in Moultrie. ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 20 hours ago]
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Josie L. Robinson Cason

Services for , 87, of Cairo, are at 3 p.m., Bethlehem AME Church in Cairo where she was a member. The Rev. Dr. Debra Knight pastor/officiating and interment is in Greenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers are Darren Copeland, Damien Cason, Terence Jordan Jr., Freddie ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 20 hours ago]
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Ethel Mae Scott Jones

Graveside service for are at 1 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014 at Peaceful Rest Cemetery. Minister Spencer Wilson, eulogist. She leaves to cherish her memories her daughter Pearl Lundy; one grandson Joseph Lundy Jr.; brother Shelley Scott. — Hopkins Mo ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 20 hours ago]
Entities: Scott Jones, Mae, Rest
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SWGTC to introduce four programs in 2015

THOMASVILLE — Southwest Georgia Technical College (SWGTC) has recently been approved to offer four new programs, effective Spring Semester 2015. SWGTC will introduce the Central Sterile Supply Technical Certificate of Credit (TCC), Emergency Medical Services ... [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 21 hours ago]

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Said Brad Johnson, race director, "We've had two years of record-breaking participation and anticipate another good year. Competition is brisk. Register early to assure receiving a packet on race day. Winners are recognized during an awards ceremony in Watt Park at 11 a.m."
...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"
"I am looking forward to getting to know these parent advisors and discussing how our policies affect their children on a daily basis," Barge said. "Increasing parent engagement is critical to ensuring student success, and hearing directly from parents is the best way to ensure their children get what they need to be successful after high school.”"
“But Miss Mary and Mr. Gilbert said, ‘Yes, we'll take her,’” Taylor recounted. “They said, "There's no unwanted baby. They're just waiting on a family.”"

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Police probing cemetery thefts [Published Thomasville Times-Enterprise - 19 hours ago]
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