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Today's News

  • Jags overrun by Raiders

    This past Friday’s highly anticipated game pitting East Gadsden against Rickards High got off to a fast start as both teams scored on its second offensive play. The Raiders struck first: Senior wide receiver Javon Wooten caught a screen pass and sprinted 50 yards into the end zone to give his team a 7-0 lead with 11:29 left in the first quarter. The Jaguars answered less than a minute later when sophomore running back Tony Street scored on a 78-yard run, which tied the game.

  • Lady Bobcats see rough week at the net

    Munroe
    After reeling off five straight wins, the Munroe volleyball team dropped two matches last week.
    Liberty County
    beats Munroe 25-21, 25-21, 25-16
    The Lady Cats hung tough in the first two games against Liberty County High School but could not pull out wins.  Jada Watkins, Morgan Bot and Mary Pat Thomas were busy on defense, tallying 63 digs.  Bot added 10 kills and Reilly Allman added 11 assists.  Sophomore Emily Anders on added another 12 digs.  
    Grace Christian defeats Munroe

  • Lady Bobcats see success at the net

    Munroe
    The Munroe volleyball team has now won four straight matches under new head coach, Steve Canfield.  It doesn’t hurt at all to have a roster with four starting senior players.  Last week the Lady Cats picked up two district wins.  They defeated rival Aucilla Christian 3-1 and Tallavana Christian 3-0.  
    Munroe defeats Aucilla: 25-23, 19-25, 25-16, 25-14

  • Restoring power after Hermine: Talquin reports mission accomplished

    As of Thursday morning, Sept. 8, Talquine Electric Cooperative has completed its restoration efforts related to Hurricane Hermine.
    Maicel Green, Communications and Outreach Manager, said they will spend today and tomorrow cleaning up debris, such as broken poles or other materials related to that restoration.

  • Robert F. Munroe Day School Bobcats eager to sink their claws into success

    In his second year as the Bobcat’s head coach, Rodell Thomas, is looking to take the next step in rebuilding his team.
    According to Thomas, 15 of his players participated in summer workouts. Even with the addition of a few transfer players, the Bobcat’s leader still feels he needs to get more players: “We have to get our numbers up. We have 21 players versus 16 last year. I don’t see color; I want to get the best student-athletes. I think that Munroe is opening its doors so that more blacks can have opportunities to succeed academically.”

  • West Gadsden Panthers jump into high-energy season

    After coming within one win of reaching the postseason last year, the Panthers football team is looking to make another step in the right direction this season.
    According to Head Coach Joey Striplin, the team has put in a lot of time in the weight room this summer in an effort to improve their chances for success. Along with working to get stronger, the team also competed in several 7-on-7 tournaments over the summer.

  • After a season of rebuilding, Jaguars bringing their ‘A’ game

    The Jaguars have been working hard this summer to improve upon their disappointing campaign last season. In an effort to motivate his team, Coach Corey Fuller took his players on a trip to the neighborhood he grew up in on the south side of Tallahassee, and gave them a highly publicized speech.

  • Serve! Girls volleyball continues countywide

    Munroe
    The county volleyball teams were able to get in a few games before Hermine came in and cancelled end-of-the-week matches.  
    Munroe
    defeats EGHS

  • Sheriff's office issues weather advisory

     

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    Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Management Department issues the following update on Tropical Storm Hermine.

  • Preparing for Tropical Storm Hermine

    The Gadsden County Times will close at 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1, to prepare for expected impact from Tropical Storm Hermine. The office will be closed Monday, Sept. 5, in observance of the Labor Day holiday.

    The Gadsden County Sheriff's Office will host a briefing at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 1, to share information about the storm's expected local impact. Look for a Times update online from that event.