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Today's News

  • Showdown in Havana

    The basketball fans of Gadsden County always look forward to watching East and West Gadsden battle on the hardwood, and this past Saturday the latest installment of this rivalry was produced.
     The first quarter of play was a back-and-forth tug-of-war in which three lead changes occurred. With less than a minute remaining in the opening period a lay-up by Keyron York gave East Gadsden a 12-8 advantage heading into the second quarter.

  • Panthers handle Bulldogs

    One night prior to playing against their cross town rivals the Panthers put together a convincing win at home against Liberty County.
    West Gadsden came out with a lot of energy on both ends of the floor; they ran an effective press on defense and did a great job of pushing the ball in transition.
    Liberty had a difficult time dealing with West Gadsden’s overall team speed. As the first quarter came to an end on a nice block by Mark Bradwell, the Bulldogs found themselves trailing by a score of 32-8.  

  • Girls basketball season excitement continues

    Munroe
    FAMU 90             
    MUNROE 13
    The Lady Cats were completely overwhelmed by the bigger, faster and stronger FAMU team.  They were behind 40-5 after one quarter and 64-8 at the half.
    MUNROE 51       
    TALLAVANA 40

  • Praise the Lord! Dec. 4,, 2014

    Big assembly ahead
    Join us for the New Millennium Diocese Fellowship Assembly of the First Born Church of the Living God, Inc.  The assembly will convene Dece. 1 to 5 at Faith Christian Family Center, 310 Laura Lee Ave., Tallahassee.  The theme for the assembly is “United to Build: The Mission is Possible.”
     Speakers & Facilites:
     n Monday, Dec. 1, 7:30 p.m. Bishop J. Nathan Paige
    n Tuesday, Dec. 2, 11 a.m.  Missionary Cherry Parks, Workshop Facilitator; 7:30 P.M. Dr. Rita Twiggs

  • County girls basketball action, volleyball awards for Gadsden girls

    MUNROE
    Grace Christian 56     Munroe 41
    The Lady Cats dropped a non-district contest to visiting Grace Christian Academy of Bainbridge last Monday.  Junior guard Jeri Sloan led the way scoring with 21 points.  Sloan also sank five three-pointers for the 2nd game in a row.  Karleebeth Perkins led defensively with 11 rebounds and Maddey Pappadakis finished with four steals.
    FAMU   90           
    Munroe 13

  • Quincy Commission hires new attorney

    City commissioners in Quincy approved a contract for the city’s new attorney at their Nov. 25 meeting.

  • Gathering with gratitude for Thanksgiving feast

    It took 18 turkeys roasted or smoked, eight hams, 75 pounds of sweet potatoes, 12 pounds of macaroni, 32 cups of uncooked rice, 20 bunches of greens, 8 gallons of green beans, 30 pounds of apples, 35 pounds of cornmeal for corn bread dressing, 350 rolls, dozens of desserts and a host of helping hands to put out this year’s community Thanksgiving dinner at Christ Town
    Ministries.
    Organizers reported more than 300 diners came — and some had meals delivered, such as some members of law enforcement and other emergency responders on duty Thanksgiving Day.

  • Lighting up the season
  • BOCC at odds on economic development

    After nearly an hour of debate on the topic, the Board of County Commissioners decided Tuesday night to postpone voting on how to allocate $240,000 dedicated to economic development until their Dec. 16 commission
    meeting.

  • Praise the Lord! Nov. 27, 2014

    Watch
    Night Service 2014
    The St Thomas MB Church of Fowlstown, Ga., would like to cordially invite the community to the annual Watch Night Service at 10 p.m.  Wednesday, Dec. 31. The speaker for this occasion will be the Rev. Dale Harrison, pastor of Hickory Hill PB Church in Tallahassee.  Please come out and celebrate.  Breakfast will be served.
    Assembling
     in Tallahassee