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Kendrick Brown
Quincy Fire Chief Scott Haire, who will retire March 1, stands in front of the city’s eldest fire truck. He worked for the department 26 years.
Turning to the next chapter

After 26 years with the Quincy Fire Department, Chief Scott Haire will arrive at the station for his last day of service
Feb. 29.
Haire, now 47, was born in Gadsden County and raised in Quincy, where he plans to stay while in retirement. He graduated from Tallavana Christian School when it was Gadsden Christian Academy.

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Jags: new district champs

Last Friday the Jaguars traveled to Marianna to battle the Bulldogs for the district championship. The game was extremely close going into the second half, and a lay-in by Robert Cox increased the Jags’ lead to 29-24 with 3:29 left in the third period.

Along Twin Ponds Road

It seems that ever since my wife and I have been able to stream our movies all I’ve been watching lately are “chick flicks.”
I don’t have a problem with my male ego or machismo and would readily confess to anyone, I watch more than my share of the Lifetime and Hallmark movie channels.
In fact, I enjoy a good many of them and shed a tear or two over a good love story that focuses around a couple with some substance and likeability.