THOMASVILLE- Imagine Thomasville is proud to announce the 41st class of Leadership Thomas within the Thomasville-Thomas ...
THOMASVILLE- Inclusivity is a top priority at Hands and Hearts for Horses, a therapeutic horseback riding center for kids ...
Have years of depression caused you to believe God no longer has a purpose for you? Are you convinced your dreams of success ...
As their inaugural season approaches, the newly formed Thomas County Central flag football team hosted a scrimmage against ...
On September 25, 2000, two years after being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, 19-year-old Kevin Hines in a state of chaos and despair, attempted to commit suicide by jumping off the ...
May we all examine our hearts. Every one of us has probably had some life experiences that could open an opportunity for offense leading to the possibility of choosing unforgiveness. You probably know ...
There is never any excuse for use of profanity. and that is the main reason I no longer enjoy most modern movies. The language is atrocious and unfit for anyone ...
THOMASVILLE- The Jack Hadley Black History Museum received $100,000 in funding on Thursday afternoon from the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund, a program from the National Trust for Hist ...
THOMASVILLE — Thomas County Central’s new baseball coach wants to see his team grow in its strength and conditioning. Soon, that’s all the Yellow Jackets will be doing under first-year ...
Southern Regional Technical College recognized eight graduating Nurse Aide Accelerated students at a pinning ceremony at SRTC-Thomasville honoring their achievements. The program honored students from ...
The Atlanta Braves enter the second half of the season in not as bad of shape as one might think. Yes, 53-42 is not the standard that Braves fans have ...
THOMASVILLE- Archbold is pleased to welcome nurse practitioner Heather Wells, FNP-C, to the medical staff. Wells earned a ...