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Today's News

  • Soggy week for girls sports

    The rain washed away many of the scheduled recent outdoors contests for softball and tennis in the county but a few games managed to squeeze in around the raindrops. 

    This week is the last week before Gadsden County schools close for spring break week March 17 to 21. 

    AUCILLA 9

    MUNROE 2

  • Church News March 13, 2014

    Women’s conference planned

    True Wisdom New Hope Ministries International Development Center Inc. hosts S. D. James Evangelistic Association Inc.’s 2014 International Women’s Auxiliary Conference. Beginning Thursday, March 27, and ending Sunday, March 30, participants can enjoy daily seminars, evening services, tours of historical museums and a delightful banquet.

  • Machinery thefts active for years

    ROBERT ALLEN 

    Times Reporter 

    Investigators from the Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office report uncovering another link in the chain of stolen equipment sales. 

     

    Freddie Figgers, a local man, is accused of possessing stolen machinery: a Kabota excavator and a Caterpillar backhoe tractor. GCSO arrested Figgers on Feb. 25. 

     

  • Building team spirit
  • Quincy Wildcats
  • Young Warriors
  • Softball, tennis continue for girls

    Since Florida made the transition to fast-pitch softball in 1994, it’s been a case of feast or famine for most teams. Teams are either good or bad, depending mostly on their development of a pitcher. The Munroe Lady Cats softball team ran up on two struggling programs last week — FAMU and East Gadsden — on their way to a 2-1 week this past week. 

    FRANKLIN 

    COUNTY 8

    MUNROE 1

  • Bobcats win three more, prep for Aucilla

    The Robert F. Munroe Bobcats enjoyed something they were unable to accomplish last season: a 3-0 week. 

    In doing so, the team defeated the Florida State University School (Florida High) and Wakulla on consecutive nights before besting FAMU in their first district game. 

  • Quincy CRA quandary leads BOCC to withhold funds

    ROBERT ALLEN

    Times Reporter 

    Sharp discussion surrounded the allocation of local tax dollars marked for Quincy’s Community Redevelopment Agency or CRA. 

     

    When Gadsden County’s Board of County Commissioners met Feb. 17 for their regular public meeting, the topic spurred conflicting concerns about authority, accountability and public perception.  

  • Internet deal raises questions, ire

    ROBERT ALLEN

    Times Reporter

    A new deal for Quincy’s Internet usage became the major point of debate during the city commissioners’ regularly scheduled meeting   Feb. 25 at city hall.