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Today's News

  • Along Twin Ponds Road

    As my wife, Judy, waved to me through our office window from the backyard and flashed that beautiful smile of hers toward me, it warmed my heart.
    This wonderful woman, wife and mother spends most of her day performing tasks around the house and yard to please me.
    She is what most of us would call an “old-fashioned housewife” — she’s very clean, fussy, and makes other women feel uncomfortable whenever they visit us.

  • Rethinking Education

    If the state of Florida is serious about helping each child succeed in school and reach full potential as an adult, it needs to find a radically different way to conduct business.

  • Incumbents ahead in Quincy, Havana

    Incumbents in Quincy and Havana won their respective races in the Gadsden County municipal elections held Tuesday, which also saw a former Quincy commissioner get close to reclaiming the seat
    she previously
    represented.
    In Havana, Robert L. Miller was able to retain his Group 6 seat, winning the election over Decorkus Allen by a 10-vote margin. Miller received 188 votes while Allen received 178.
    In Quincy, Andy Gay retained his District 4 commission seat, bringing in 71 percent of the 337 votes in his race.

  • Celebrating life

    The festive atmosphere of Relay for Life Gadsden returned Friday night to the Martin Luther King track and field in Quincy for its 20th annual edition.
    Activities included Zumba-style fitness instruction and a number of performances from local youth.
    Kids who live in the area — like Ayani Colston, 12, Deniya Pruitt, 12, Carlia Pruitt, 13, and Dekyria Hover, 12 — walked together in groups to the field, saying they enjoy having the opportunity to support people in the community who have dealt with or are currently dealing with cancer.

  • Quincy leaders OK alcohol sales at Quincyfest

    Alcoholic beverages will be on the menu at Quincyfest, as Quincy commissioners voted at their meeting Monday to allow event organizers a permit to sell alcohol during the May 7 festival.
    Commissioners said the alcohol would be sold within a contained area — they called the area a “Beer Garden” — set up by Tri-Eagle Sales. They said citizens would not be allowed to take drinks outside of that area.

  • EGHS basketball standout Walker signs letter of intent

    Following in the footsteps of his parents, East Gadsden High School’s Justin Walker has received the opportunity to play basketball at the collegiate level.
    Friday, Walker signed a letter of intent to play basketball on scholarship for the University of St. Francis Fighting Saints, which plays in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics.

  • Rethinking Education

    By BILL HOATSON

  • Along Twin Ponds Road

    “Hon, come quick! Look at the bluebird on the fence,” Judy called out to me hurriedly.
    I didn’t waste any time in rushing to the large kitchen window where she pointed to a proud, male bluebird sitting atop our fence in a dignified manner.
    His body was of that lush, deep blue, only a male Eastern bluebird possesses. His breast was prominent, displaying a magnificent shade of fiery orange.
    He allowed us to admire him for an instant before he flew away into the azure sky.

  • Praise & Worship April 16, 2016

    Conference coming to Deliverance Temple
    Mark your calendar for Deliverance Temple Ministries’ (DTM) 2016 Impact Conference, which will be at 7:30 p.m. daily, April 13 to 15, with speakers:  Bishop Victor Powell (April 13), senior pastor of the Rhema Word Cathedral in Albany, Ga.; and Pastor Mark Baker (April 14 and 15) founding pastor of Greater Work Than These Ministries in Brunswick, Ga. 
     Don’t miss this powerful conference that has been carefully designed to impact your life for the rest of your life. The community is invited.

  • Ammunition plant welcomed in Greensboro

    An ammunition manufacturer opening its newest plant in Greensboro hosted local county and municipal leaders for an event establishing itself in the community.
    The manufacturer, Armada Ammunition, “will produce a full line of premium quality pistol and rifle caliber ammunition for law enforcement, the U.S. military and training purposes,” according to a press release given out at the event. The plant is located a mile past Interstate 10 Exit 174.