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Gadsden County native Stanley Burns stands for a photo with the Gadsden County Clerk, Nicholas Thomas, and other well wishers.
Finally ready to retire

Stanley Burns said he’s just an old man who’s been working a long time.  The 91-year-old Quincy native retired for the second time last month.
After spending two years in the navy, Burns came back to his hometown in 1946.
“I went in the navy in 1944, and I said if I ever get back to Gadsden County I’ll stay there.

Flag football season ends for Gadsden girls

The flag football season ended for both East Gadsden and West Gadsden after the regular season.  
Flag football for Florida High School Athletic Association member schools is composed of only two classifications for for the entire state of public, private and charter schools that have a team.  

Along Twin Ponds Road

Buckwheat’s, a new place in town just opened.
I was close to ecstatic when I realized the second word, (in much smaller print), after “Buckwheat’s,” was “BBQ.”
One of my all-time favorite things to do in this lifetime was to get up early and meet my good friend Joe Faggione for a hearty breakfast of buckwheat pancakes.
Now I search far and wide and cannot find a restaurant that serves those delicious, dark buckwheats.