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Today's News

  • Gadsden girls on track for spring sports tourneys

    Softball
    With neither Munroe nor Tallavana Christian fielding a softball team, and East Gadsden’s team not finishing out the season, that leaves only one softball team in the county remaining. The West Gadsden Lady Panthers participated this week in their 1A District 4 tournament played at Franklin County.  Other schools comprising  are Dean Bozeman, Liberty County and Vernon.  
    Track

  • Talquin Electric issues boil water notice in Midway area

    There is a Precautionary Boil Water Notice as of April 27, in effect 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.
    Only members of Talquin Electric Cooperative in this area are affected. There are approximately 1,533 water services affected by this notice.
    Boil water notice instructions:

  • 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.
    FLORIDA HIGH 6
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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.
    EAST GADSDEN

  • 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.

  • Fire destroys Stevens School

    Many are upset after a fire destroyed the Historic Stevens School early Sunday morning.  Some feel like a part of their history is gone, and are curious as to how the fire started.
    On Monday afternoon, smoke could still be seen as people rode and walked by, stopping to take photos and videos.  Charred remains of can goods exploded inside, flying out of the out of the building, landing yards away.

  • Milton resumes push for school consolidations

    Gadsden County Schools Superintendent Roger Milton has decided to put his school reconfiguration proposal back on the table.
    At a school board meeting Tuesday, March 28, Milton announced he will make a recommendation to the board during a special meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 4.
    Milton’s announcement came after several residents asked him to bring it back. Although some said they didn’t completely agree with his plan for school consolidations, each said the district cannot continue to do nothing to address the underlying issues.

  • Milton resumes push for school consolidations

    Gadsden County Schools Superintendent Roger Milton has decided to put his school reconfiguration proposal back on the table.
    At a school board meeting Tuesday, March 28, Milton announced he will make a recommendation to the board during a special meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 4.
    Milton’s announcement came after several residents asked him to bring it back. Although some said they didn’t completely agree with his plan for school consolidations, each said the district cannot continue to do nothing to address the underlying issues.

  • Blaze destroys historic school

    Monday afternoon, smoke could still be seen billowing from what is left of the historic Stevens High School after a fire ravaged it early Sunday morning.People passed by, stopping to take photos and videos.  Charred remains of canned goods, superheated in the fire, could still be seen shooting out of the building, landing yards away.