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  • Talquin Electric rescinds boil water notice in Midway area

    The Precautionary Boil Water Notice issued April 27 for Talquin Electric Cooperative water members in the Gadsden Regional Water System in the Midway area-south of Dupont Road, East of Peters Road and West of Ochlockonee River, has been rescinded. The bacteriological survey showed the water is safe to drink.  There is no contamination in the system. Approximately 1,533 water services are affected by this notice.

  • Bobcat baseball challenges continue

    The Bobcats bats went silent and the team lost two games last week because of it.  Coach Jeremy Barlow cited the team’s inability to get two-out hits with runners in scoring position as a huge reason for both losses.  
    “Several times we needed a timely hit with runners in scoring position, but we don’t put the ball in play.  We must learn to capitalize on that if we expect to be successful,” said Barlow.
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  • Bobcat girls see first win ever

    Flag football
    Munroe and East Gadsden both participated this past Friday and Saturday in the largest interscholastic flag football tournament held in the United States. There were a total of 37 teams participating in the varsity and junior varsity divisions.   It was even international with a team from Canada participating.
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  • Teacher under suspicion of being high at school

    A West Gadsden High School Teacher is under investigation after fellow teachers and students reported that he acted as if he might be under the influence on the job.  Read more in the April 13 edition of The Gadsden County Times.

  • Midway considers rehiring former police chief

    Just weeks after firing Tom Murray, the Midway City Council is considering rehiring him after Murray threatened litigation.

  • Midway considers rehiring former police chief

    Just weeks after firing Tom Murray, the Midway City Council is considering rehiring him after Murray threatened litigation.

  • School board motions for school consolidations pass by 3-2 margin

    There was standing room only at the Gadsden County School Board’s special meeting on Tuesday as board members voted on Superintendent Roger Milton’s reconfiguration plan.
    The first recommendation from the superintendent was to begin the process of applying for a legislative special facilities appropriation to construct a new K-8 school to replace Stewart Street and Gadsden Elementary Magnet School.

  • Grieving for loss of landmark

    It’s been almost two weeks since the historic Stevens High School burned down, and the community is still trying to cope with the loss.  

  • After insurance snafu, Armada Ammunition reopens

    Armada Ammunition is open for business after being closed for almost a month due to workers compensation insurance issues.
    The Florida Division of Workers’ Compensation within the state’s department of financial services investigated Armada after receiving a public referral alleging Armada Ammunition was not in compliance. DFS spokesman Jon Moore said their investigators did an inspection, and based on their findings, on Feb. 25, the department issued a stop-work order.

  • ‘Only the beginning’

    Tahir Montgomery and Russell Harrison Jr., have been named West Gadsden High School’s valedictorian and salutatorian.
    WGHS Principal James Mills said both young men are jovial, respectful and excellent inside and outside the classroom.  Both were on the football team, which won the regional championship, and the basketball team, which won the 2017 Class 1A State Championship.
    Mills said Montgomery is well respected by his peers and teachers.
    “He’s a true testament of what good things can come out of Gadsden County,” Mills said.