.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....
Kendrick Brown
Various political supporters hold up signs along U.S. 90 in Quincy on Tuesday afternoon.
Incumbents ahead in Quincy, Havana

Incumbents in Quincy and Havana won their respective races in the Gadsden County municipal elections held Tuesday, which also saw a former Quincy commissioner get close to reclaiming the seat
she previously
represented.
In Havana, Robert L. Miller was able to retain his Group 6 seat, winning the election over Decorkus Allen by a 10-vote margin. Miller received 188 votes while Allen received 178.
In Quincy, Andy Gay retained his District 4 commission seat, bringing in 71 percent of the 337 votes in his race.

Submitted
East Gadsden played Bolles High of Jacksonville in a playoff game at home.
Jags fall to Bolles

This past Saturday,  East Gadsden’s playoff run ended on their home floor against Bolles High of Jacksonville. The Jaguars came out with a lot of energy and confidence at the start of their regional final game against Bolles High, and after a big 8-point quarter by Amaru Bryant, they held a 13-12 lead at the start of the second quarter.

Along Twin Ponds Road

“Hon, come quick! Look at the bluebird on the fence,” Judy called out to me hurriedly.
I didn’t waste any time in rushing to the large kitchen window where she pointed to a proud, male bluebird sitting atop our fence in a dignified manner.
His body was of that lush, deep blue, only a male Eastern bluebird possesses. His breast was prominent, displaying a magnificent shade of fiery orange.
He allowed us to admire him for an instant before he flew away into the azure sky.