Today's News

  • District games ahead for girls volleyball

    The four county volleyball teams — East Gadsden, West Gadsden, Tallavana and Munroe — will soon begin district play. In the meantime, they have a little more than a week to go in the regular season. In this week’s action: 

    MUNROE vs. GRACE CHRISTIAN: Grace Christian made short work of the match between themselves and Munroe, winning in three straight. Games 1 and 3 were close with the Cougars winning 25-22 and 25-21. The score for game two was 25-17. 

  • WGHS falls in Liberty County, 21-10
  • Praise the Lord! Oct. 10, 2013


    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 

  • Gadsden County prepares for Tropical Storm Karen

    Gadsden County is taking precautions as Tropical Storm Karen maintains strength in the Gulf of Mexico. The current forecast is that Tropical Storm Karen is maintaining its maximum wind speed of 65 mph, but has slowed movement. Tropical Storm Karen is expected to make landfall within the next 48 hours.

    No evacuation or emergency orders are in effect at this time.

    Gadsden County officials want to make sure all necessary steps are taken to ensure the safety of all citizens in the event of severe weather.

  • Quincy commissioners question budget

    Money was a major topic of conversation at the Sept. 24 meeting of Quincy’s city commission.

    Quincy City Manager Jack McLean maintained through the proceedings that the municipality could be in better financial shape, but it is better than it has been in the past.

    One issue of concern is a revolving line of credit the city uses to pay some of its bills. Currently the balance on the line is about $747,000, with a payment due in November.

  • Survivor shares her story

    When Annette Thomas found out she had breast cancer, she thought she was going to die.

    “I cried so when I left that office, my face swelled,” the 68-year-old said. “I thought the worst.”

    The Gadsden County native said she had already had her annual mammogram but was sent for a second after pain in her shoulder with no other obvious cause raised her doctor’s concern.

  • Midway interim manager reports continued progress


    Dot Inman-Johnson, Midway’s interim city manager, said municipal progress continues slowly and surely.

    “We’re waiting on a first reimbursement from the state that has been cleared,” she said, “and we’re working on getting some more approved.”

    These Department of Economic Opportunity reimbursements are for a recently constructed fire station.

  • Panthers overpower Sneads Pirates



    Sports Correspondent

    This past Friday the West Gadsden Panthers traveled to Sneads to take on the Pirates for their homecoming game. Minutes before the start of the contest, both the inside of the stadium and the long line outside of the stadium were filled with excited fans of both teams eager to see this rivalry game. 

  • EGHS Jags fall to Wakulla War Eagles


    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