Today's News

  • Homecoming hoopla in Quincy

    What seemed like thousands of people lined the sidewalks of Quincy’s Washington Street this past Friday afternoon for what participants say was the most well attended East Gadsden High School homecoming parade in recent memory.
    As with the prior week’s West Gadsden High School homecoming parade in Greensboro, most of the parade’s participants were children in dance groups, bands or homecoming courts.
    Unlike the WGHS parade, many of the attendees were the school’s recent alumni and current students.

  • Made in the shade at Porchfest

    The fourth annual Quincy Porchfest gave attendees the opportunity to enjoy barbeque, reinterpret their surroundings through art and ride segways through the town’s historic district as bands played covers and original selections from the front porches of some of the town’s most historic homes this past Saturday afternoon.

  • Florida bear hunt called off after second day

    The 2015 Florida bear hunt was called off after its second day Sunday night as it was reported 295 bears had been killed.
    The hunt was supposed to last seven days or until 320 bears had been killed.
    112 bears were killed in the East Panhandle bear management unit, a region including Gadsden, Leon and 11 other counties. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission had set the region’s quota at 40.

  • Faith & Worship, Oct. 29, 2015

       Neal’s Temple
    plans event for
    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
    Chicken feast plans
    Chicken Pilau at Chaires United Methodist Church, 9243 Parkhill Road, Tallahassee, will be served from 4 to 8 p.m. Nov. 12.
    The cost is $10 per plate (Children 5 and younger free).
    plans carnival

  • Grace Notes Oct. 29, 2015

    By Nancy Kennedy

  • Along Twin Ponds Road

    How many sporting events have you attended when you didn’t know which team to root for?
    The Wofford/
    Western Carolina football game my wife and I attended recently was a good one.
    Western Carolina came out winners, 24 to 17, with Wofford threatening to score when time ran out.
    It was the whole college football game experience I enjoyed, which included watching the game, fine weather and loudly cheering fans.

  • Jags end slump with homecoming win

    The East Gadsden Jaguars ended their 19-game regular season losing streak and notched their first win of the season with a 25-22 homecoming victory over the Jefferson County Tigers this past Friday night.
    After the Tigers started the game by putting eight points on the board, the Jaguars were able to score a field goal as the first quarter wound down, making the score 8-3 Tigers.
    The Jaguars started the second quarter with consecutive first downs, and at the end of that possession were able to score a touch down via a 40-yard carry from RB Stephon Simpkins.

  • Panthers fall short in play-off run

    Six days ago West Gadsden hosted Chipley High with a playoff berth at stake. The Tiger received the opening kick-off, and found the end-zone two plays later as their quarterback connected with his receiver on a go route down the right sideline with 11:18 remaining in the first quarter.

  • Munroe Bobcats blanked by John Paul II

    By Jimmy Harris

  • Volleyball season over for Gadsden girls

    Volleyball ended this past week for all our county volleyball teams.  East Gadsden, West Gadsden and Tallavana Christian all lost in the first round of their respective districts.  Munroe automatically advanced to the second round of their tournament.  
    East Gadsden was defeated by Marianna 3-0 in round one.  Chipley disposed of West Gadsden 3-0 and Aucilla Christian defeated Tallavana Christian 3-0.