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Today's News

  • Tournaments ahead in girls volleyball

    In this final week of volleyball regular season action, our local teams will work on nailing down those fundamentals of the game that will create success in the post-season.  
    District tournaments start next week and our county teams will all be traveling but Munroe.
    Tournament time
    Munroe (9-10) will host their tournament for the second year in a row.  The 2A

  • Bobcats roughed up by Oak Hall

    By Jimmy Harris

  • Man accused of molesting child

    A Gretna man invited to live in relative’s house for a year eventually sexually assaulted the relative’s daughter, authorities say.
    Rigoberta Huapilla, 26, of Gretna, was apprehended Sept. 25 for lewd and lascivious behavior in relation to the claims of child molestation made nearly two years ago.
    According to arrest reports, Huapilla would climb into a girl’s bed and fondle her with one hand as he used the other to cover her mouth so she couldn’t scream for help.

  • FHP arrests Milton woman on drug charges

    A Milton woman reported to Florida Highway Patrol dispatch for erratic driving Sept. 27 was found in possession of a variety of drugs and now faces drug dealing charges, according to FHP.
    Misty Giorgio, 33, of Milton, Fla., of selling drugs, drug possession and possessing drug equipment.
    That morning, a caller to dispatch reported Giorgio to running drivers off the road with her reckless driving. An officer soon spotted Giorgio and trailed her for several miles, watching her weave from lane to lane. He stopped her after he could determine she was speeding.

  • Porchfest returning to Quincy

    Homes in Quincy’s historic district will once again play host to an assortment of Americana, rock and blues bands when the fourth annual Quincy Porchfest comes to town Oct. 24.
    Sixteen bands will play beginning at 1 p.m., and the day will culminate at the Leaf Theater with a two-hour performance from a jazz big band named Thursday Night Music Club.
    In addition, organizers will introduce a new attraction to Porchfest called the Sketch Crawl, which is a drawing marathon where artists will be sketching and journaling throughout the day.

  • Tasty tradition continues in Concord
  • Group aims to boost economy

    The Quincy commissioners were given an update at their Oct. 13 meeting on the efforts made by the Gadsden County Development Council.
    Beth Kirkland of the GCDC spoke to the commissioners about the GCDC’s work to design and fund a comprehensive economic development strategy for the county.

  • Praise & Worship October 8, 2015

       Neal’s Temple
    plans event for
    women
    A Women’s Retreat will kick off at 1 p.m. Oct. 30, Neal’s Temple Holiness Church, Havana, Savannah, Ga., and continue through Nov.1. Contact persons are Sis. Shane Bozman, 850-688-5230; and Shirley Adams, 850-504-5465
    Launching
    Operation Christmas Child in Quincy

  • Crouching kitties at the door

    For the past few months we’ve been taking care of our youngest daughter’s two cats, Mohawk and Target, while our daughter spends some time with my sister in California.
    They’re both gray tabby cats, each about 10 years old.
    My husband calls Mohawk “Hawkeye” or “Hawk” and I’ve nicknamed Target “the weasel” because he’s long and he slinks through the house like I imagine a weasel would.
    Lately, we’ve noticed another cat hanging around, white with butterscotch coloring.

  • Along Twin Ponds Road

    When is the last time you’ve been read to?
    Was it a pleasant, soothing experience?
    Some of us are fortunate enough to remember our mothers or dads reading to us, especially at that greatest time of all, just before going off to sleep.
    At our house we had a set of books called the Junior Classics.
    Each of my brothers and sister had a favorite story my mother would read.