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Today's News

  • EGHS Jags fall to Wakulla War Eagles

    WILLIAM SNOWDEN

    The Wakulla News

    It was a game of two halves.

    The first half was dominated by the East Gadsden Jaguars on the road against the Wakulla War Eagles on Friday night. The Jaguars capitalized on mistakes made by Wakulla to take a 26-7 first half lead.

    But the second half was a different game, and the War Eagles scored 27 unanswered points to win.

  • R.F. Munroe Bobcats fall to Cedar Creek 36-21
  • Girls volleyball season continues with mixed results

    All county volleyball teams continue to fall below .500 on the season. Last week Munroe split two games, picking up a district win in the process. Both East and West Gadsden were handed losses. 

    MUNROE VS NORTH BAY HAVEN: 

  • Praise the Lord! Oct. 3, 2013

    Community 

    reaching out

    Community Outreach Day will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 12 at United Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ, 14602 Main St., Gretna. Highlights will include free food, clothes, education and health information, a fashion show, singing and more! Donations accepted. Hosted by Gemstones Outreach Ministry Inc. “Women of Excellence” Contact: Evangelist Catina York at 850-212-9015 or email ctnyork@yahoo.com.

    Second Elizabeth 

  • Praise the Lord! Oct. 3, 2013

    Community 

    reaching out

    Community Outreach Day will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 12 at United Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ, 14602 Main St., Gretna. Highlights will include free food, clothes, education and health information, a fashion show, singing and more! Donations accepted. Hosted by Gemstones Outreach Ministry Inc. “Women of Excellence” Contact: Evangelist Catina York at 850-212-9015 or email ctnyork@yahoo.com.

    Second Elizabeth 

  • ‘Copper bandit’ suspects nabbed

    Authorities believe they have the “copper bandits” behind bars.

    Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office investigators arrested three suspects Sept. 17 on charges stemming from a rash of reported copper thefts resulting in tens of thousands of dollars in damages in recent months to local schools and businesses targeted in the crimes.

  • Facing a challenge

    Some people see an organization’s crisis as something from which to flee. Not Dorothy Inman-Johnson. Hearing about the city of Midway’s turmoil and the city manager’s resignation made her want to roll up her sleeves and start solving problems.

  • Quincy CRA submits director resignation

    Quincy commissioners had a special meeting for the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency on Sept. 18 to discuss the Sept. 9 resignation of CRA Director Charles Hayes.

    In the letter, Hayes gave a 45-day notice, but city commissioners voted to end his employment with the city on Oct. 8, the minimum allowed in his employment contract, according to the city attorney.

  • Murder suspect arrested

    A Gadsden County murder suspect is in custody thanks to a Tallahassee tipster.

    The North Florida U.S. Marshal Fugitive Task Force arrested Willie Gene Westberry III, 25, on Sept. 18 in connection with an April 27 homicide outside a club in Chattahoochee.

    Capt. Jim Corder, Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office spokesman, said Westberry was arrested on a homicide charge in the death of Sterling S. Johnson,  28.

  • Bobcats dedicate season to memory of teammate

    Coming off of a 1-9 season last year, some might say you don’t have anywhere to go but up. There’s a little more to the turnaround by the Bobcats of Robert F. Munroe Day School this season than simply the law of averages.