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Today's News

  • Jags run over Rutherford

    Last Friday the Jaguars followed up their big homecoming victory against Bay High  with a dominant performance against Rutherford High.
    Rutherford received the ball to start the game and began to hit East Gadsden with a successful run-heavy offense.
    Despite giving up several big runs, the Jaguar defense put together a big goal-line stance and stopped the Rams on a huge fourth-down play near the 1-yard line with 7:33 left to play in the opening quarter.

  • Last week for regular season play in girls volleyball

    In this final week of regular season volleyball, teams shored up their lineups and worked hard to prepare themselves for the district tournaments to be played this week.  
    Munroe
    The Lady Cats went 1-2 in their final week of scheduled games to finish the regular season 10-13.  
    Liberty County
    defeats RFM 3-0
    JPII defeats RFM 3-0
    RFM defeats
    Wakulla Christian 3-0

  • Quincy split on alcohol rule change

    The Quincy Commission voted unanimously to renew its contract with Moran & Smith for their auditing services at their Oct. 11, meeting.  

  • An undying faith

    This doesn’t happen to men.  
    Annie Berry said this was her first thought when her 35-year-old son told her he might have breast cancer.  

  • Jags standing tall at homecoming

    Jag Nation was in full effect on this past Friday for East Gadsden’s homecoming game against Bay High.
    The Jaguars received a huge roar from the crowd as they ran onto the field to prepare for the start of the game. Bay looked to silence the home crowd early as they rolled the dice on a fourth-down play inside East Gadsden’s 5-yard line that resulted in a 3-yard touchdown run with 7:45 left in the opening quarter.

  • Last week of regular season in girls volleyball

    This week marks the final week of the regular season for Florida high-school volleyball.  Next week our four county teams will participate in their district tournaments and compete for the privilege of extending their seasons into state series competition.  In action this past week:
    Munroe
    Grace Christian
    defeats Munroe 3-0
    Munroe defeats
    EGHS 3-0
    Community Christian bests Munroe 3-2
    Munroe defeats
    Rickards 3-0
    Bay High defeats
    Munroe 2-0

  • Event celebrates struggle, victory

    When life gives you lemons, make pink lemonade.  A local breast cancer survivor helped her niece and nephew create their own pop-up lemonade stand after beating her diagnosis.  Sugar and
    Honey Lemonade Honey Lemonade Stand sponsored a Pink Breast Cancer fundraiser at Linshell’s Boutique Saturday.  One hundred percent of the proceeds from the lemonade stand were donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, as well as 15 percent of all sales from the boutique that day.   The community was invited out for a morning of fun, food, and prizes.

  • Gadsden Re-entry Center graduates five

    Five men recently incarcerated at Gadsden County Jail now have a fresh start.
    Brian Forman, Willie Williams, Jeremiah Bruce, Kearse Bradham and Charles Harris were all incarcerated at Gadsden County Jail this year.  That’s where they were able to participate in Gadsden Second Chance re-entry portal.
    The program exists through a partnership with Florida A&M University Extension Research Center under the direction of Dr. Alejandro Bolques, and Annie Berry, director of Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office Redeemed program.   

  • Views from the pack

    Alumni, students, and town residents gathered along the streets of Havana for East Gadsden High School’s homecoming parade on Friday, Oct. 7.   Others from surrounding areas came out to enjoy the festivities as well.
    This year’s homecoming theme was “Views from the Pack.”
    Alycia Pollock, 6, and Keyani Cooper, 5, both of Quincy, had plastic grocery bags halfway filled with candy.   

  • County administrator to serve extra year

    In a move to ensure a smooth transition, on Oct. 4, Gadsden County Commissioners unanimously voted to extend the employment contract of County Administrator Robert Presnell, which was set to expire Oct. 30. It has been extended for one year.
     This will give the board more time to find a successor.  County attorney David Weiss said there were no changes to the contract, other than the date.
    Commissioners also voted 5-0 to approve the economic development professional services contract with the Gadsden County Development Council.