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Today's News

  • Talquin Electric restores power to users affected by transformer failure

    All power has been restored to the Talquin Electric Cooperative members affected by the Liberty County Substation.

    The roughly 12-hour outage included some customers in southwest Gadsden County.

    Talquin Electric had experienced a transformer failure in its Liberty County Substation. The cooperative announced that power was expected to be restored by late today.

  • Gov. Rick Scott visits Gadsden County

    Republican Governor Rick Scott was in Quincy for a morning meeting on Monday, June 4. described as a Gadsden County Rountable Session, one of several sessions he had scheduled in Panhandle counties that day.

    "It was great to be in Gadsden County this morning talking about economic issues with local leadership," tweeted Scott following the session.

    Gadsden County School Superintendent Reginald James, who attended the event, said that in addition to economic issues, Scott noted Gadsden County's outstanding FCAT scores.

  • Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll addresses WGHS Class of 2012

    Most high school seniors will not remember who the graduation speaker was in a year or less. But students at West Gadsden High School will long remembers that the Florida’s first African-American female Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll, was their speaker.

    "I don't remember who was the graduation speaker at my high school. All we wanted to do was get out of there, so I won't keep you," Carroll promised.

  • Soccer: On any Sunday in Quincy

    By Terrance Chisolm

       Every Sunday on Carter Parramore Academy's playing field the soccer teams that are a part of the Quincy Soccer League come together to compete, and have fun.

       The league currently consists of 16 teams and has been in existence for at least 16 years according to Fredy Cervantes, the league's disciplinary director. The teams play for the chance to win a $500 reward as well as a team trophy and medallions for all players on the winning team.

  • Midway City Manager found quilty of assault

            A Gadsden County jury found Midway City Manager Auburn Ford Jr. guilty of assault on a firefighter and obstruction of a firefighter.

           The incident occurred March 29, 2011 at Ford's Lake Yvette home.

             The six-member jury deliberated for less than 15 minutes before reaching a verdict on May 22. Ford said he was shocked by the decision.

  • Munroe has a new football coach

    Robert F. Munroe has hired a new football coach.  Coach Danny Hood was hired by the school this week to replace Joey Striplin, who led the Bobcats for three seasons.  Coach Striplin will be the new Offensive Coordinator at East Gadsden High School.

  • Panthers: Roaring into next season

    TERRANCE CHISOLM\

    Times Correspondent

    The West Gadsden Panther's football team has begun preparations for it's 2012 season by kicking off it's annual spring training program. Upon watching the team it was clear that the players are very upbeat and focused on improving. When asked if any games on next seasons schedule stick out, Coach Antonio Bradwell responded by saying that "the district games are all important." The team's overall goal for next year is to win a state championship.

  • Manhole covers missing in Quincy

             Thieves have cost Quincy residents thousands of dollars this year by taking manhole covers and catch basin lids. Not only are they costing money but they are putting citizens’ lives and limbs in danger.

             Public Works Director Willie Earl Banks said thieves are taking the important and expensive covers and lids at night.

  • GCF inmates training greyhounds

    Inmates at the Gadsden Correctional Facility are training retired racing Greyhounds to help veterans deal with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

    The Gadsden Correctional Facility is an all-female facility that houses 1,541 medium and minimum custody inmates.

    “It’s a win-win situation,” said Warden Sergio Molina. “We not only save these beautiful animals from being put to sleep, we also help veterans who are having a hard time transitioning from war.”

  • 'Godspell' at Quincy Music Theatre

    Quincy Music Theatre brings the updated 2001 version of “Godspell” to area audiences as its last production of this season. Modernized, vibrant and enchanting, the show has a rock opera score based on the gospels of Matthew and Luke. It opens this Friday evening for two weekends, April 20-22 and April 27-29.