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Today's News

  • 'Tis the season to be eating

    Christmas Day is quickly approaching.  While many children are anticipating opening gifts that morning, just as many adults are looking forward to eating their favorite holiday dishes.
    Chris Crews said he moved to Chattahoochee three months ago, and this will be his first Christmas in Florida.  He said he will spend the day with his family, and what he’s looking forward to the most is his aunt’s pecan pie.

  • Quincy leaders pass rate hike

    At a special meeting Monday, Dec. 12, the Quincy City Commission voted to pass WastePro’s 1.02 percent rate increase on to the city’s customers.
    The city’s financial advisor, Ted Beason, said the agreements with WastePro are in three-year increments so right now they’re in year two.
    Commissioners  also voted to authorize the city manager to sign the contract with Trinity Inc., to conduct monitoring reports on the Quincy-Byrd Landfill for 2017.

  • Kicking back at the library

    While the schools have been out on Christmas break, the Gadsden County Public Library workers have been busy trying to keep them engaged in learning and
    entertained.
    On Monday night, the Cowen Library in Chattahoochee hosted a Craftshop.  Children accompanied by an adult were invited out for a night of holiday fun.  At the Craftshop they were able to let their creative juices flow while making foam gingerbread men and women, Santa-please-stop-here door hangers, paper reindeer neckties and paper reindeer hats to match.

  • Tallavana, Munroe continue season on the hardwood

    Tallavana Christian
    Tallavana Christian opened up this week hosting three home games.  They started off with Altha on Monday, Munroe on Tuesday and Aucilla Christian on Thursday.  Munroe and Aucilla are district matchups.  
    Munroe
    After a busy Christmas, the Bobcats played only one game last week.  Second-year coach Andrew Eads travelled with his squad to Thomasville, Ga., to face Brookwood.

  • The basketball journey of two Panthers

    After three highly successful years at West Gadsden High School, senior point guard Andrew Reddick and senior forward Mark Bradwell are determined and focused on bringing a state title to Greensboro. During their time at West Gadsden, these two young men have experienced the highs and lows that come along with playing on the
    hardwood.

  • County girls continue busy season

    After using this past week to get back into the playing groove following a holiday break, our county girls basketball teams will be attempting to gain momentum as they head into the home stretch of the season before entering district play at the end of the month.  
    West Gadsden

  • Panther boys beginning to hit their stride

    This past week,  Coach Moten led his squad on a three-game road trip that resulted in three big wins, which improved their regular season record to 11-4. On Jan. 5, the Panthers traveled to Franklin County and won by a score of
    69-55, Mark Bradwell and Andrew Reddick led the way with 15- and 13-point performances.
    On the following day, the team secured a 65-58 victory against Mosley High. Lastly, on Saturday the Panthers capped off their week with a dominant 63-41 win against Florida High.

  • Girls basketball keeps Gadsden’s players busy over holiday break

    East Gadsden
    The Jaguars participated in the Thomasville Holiday Hoopfest last week and came away with an overtime loss and a blistering win.
    COFFEE 63
    EAST GADSDEN 61 (0T)
    In the first game of the tournament, Coffee County High School led 26-20 at halftime, but East Gadsden had a big fourth quarter, outscoring Coffee 21-7, and tying up the score at 49-49.  The high- scoring continued even in the shortened overtime period, with Coffee outscoring East Gadsden 14-12.  
    EAST GADSDEN 52
    THOMASVILLE 29

  • Boys at Munroe, Tallavana, face challenges on the road

    The Bobcats traveled to St. Augustine this past week as a participant in a Christmas tournament that focused on teams that are members of the North Florida Basketball Conference.  The Bobcats dropped three contests, but gained much valuable experience.
    ST. JOSEPH ACADEMY 75
    MUNROE 19
    Max Reinhard scored 7 points and freshman Ben Fletcher had four rebounds to lead the Bobcats.
    ST JOHNS
    COUNTRY DAY 72
    MUNROE 25

  • Jags, Panthers facing challenges at start of basketball season

    The Jaguars have had a tough start to their season due in large part to the fact that they are a youthful team. In spite of having just two seniors on his squad, Coach Reginald Cunningham feels his team can continue improving.
    “I think we are starting to get better at competing,” he said, “but we gotta get better at finishing games.