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Robert Allen
The Gadsden County Court House, pictured here, was built in 1913. Over the years, water leaks have led to some mold growth.
Icon to get deep cleaning

The Gadsden County Court House, a local landmark, is in trouble. Like much aging architecture, recent years haven’t been kind to the government building. The roof was recently replaced after leaks developed — and now the walls show signs of the same problem.
Nicholas Thomas, Gadsden County Clerk of Courts, raised the issue at the July 15 BoCC meeting. He cited an air-quality report that positively detected and identified at least eight specific types of mold growing inside the historic building.

Football, cheerleading event starting Saturday

Leroy Smith and Diamonds in the Rough are presenting the fourth annual Win-Win Football and Cheerleading camp from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 12, at the Corry Athletic Field on West King Street in Quincy. 

Win-Win stands for, “What’s important now work is necessary.” 

4GEN Journal

 Traditionally a day when we honor our mothers — in person, by phone, with a card or flowers, over a meal, or, as for me, in memory — Mother’s Day also provides us an opportunity for reflection.