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Today's News

  • Panthers overpowered by Sharks

    This past Friday West Gadsden played a huge home game against Port. St. Joe.

  • Lady Cats claim 2A-District 1 Championship

    Both East and West Gadsden and Tallavana Christian bowed out of Volleyball 2014 with opening round losses in their respective district tournaments. Tallavana lost to FAMU in round one 25-16, 25-10, 25-13.

  • Panthers play hard at homecoming

    This past Friday night a swarm of Panther supporters assembled in Greensboro to watch West Gadsden play their homecoming game against Liberty County.  West Gadsden got off to a rocky start on both sides of the ball during the first quarter.  The Panthers had a hard time stopping the Bulldogs inside rushing attack, and the home team’s offense was unable to sustain a drive. At the end of the first quarter the Panthers found themselves trailing by a score of 13-0.

  • On alert for unlikely outbreak

    The Florida Department of Health Gadsden and the Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office hosted county first responders and media members at the Sheriff’s office Monday morning to talk about the procedures for handling an Ebola outbreak if one were to affect Gadsden
    County.

  • District tourneys ahead

    With the completion of this week, there will be but one week remaining in the regular season for Florida volleyball teams that are FHSAA members.  District tournaments begin the week of Oct. 20.  In action this past week:

    In inter-county contests, Tallavana Christian defeated West Gadsden in Greensboro in three straight games on Sept. 25.  The Lion faced FAMU this week in Class A District 1 action. East Gadsden was slated to host one of the strongest teams in Tallahassee, Florida High, on Tuesday of this week.   

  • Arguments, alcohol lead to local arrests

    Local law enforcement recently faced several unusual incidents that ended with suspects in handcuffs.

  • On alert for unlikely outbreak

    The Florida Department of Health Gadsden and the Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office hosted county first responders and media members at the Sheriff’s office Monday morning to talk about the procedures for handling an Ebola outbreak if one were to affect Gadsden
    County.

  • Midway mulls aggressive dogs, long meetings

    Midway Council Member Allean Robinson and City Manager Dot Johnson spoke about aggressive, stray pitbulls roaming Midway at the city’s Oct. 2 council meeting.

    Robinson began the conversation by saying she had to protect herself with a rock from an aggressive dog earlier that day. Johnson said 13 dogs were let loose in the city by an owner who moved away from Midway, and the city hasn’t received much support from animal control in rounding up the dogs.

  • City hall turmoil continues in Quincy

    Kendrick Brown

    Times Reporter

  • Panthers pull off home-game thriller

    Terrance Chisolm
    Times Sports Correspondent