** MONDAYSome sun 77 / 64SUNDAYNot as warm 73 / 56TODAYT-shower 84 / 58 Panama City News Herald Want to subscribe? Call 850-747-5050 PANAMA CITY Saturday, October 20, 2018 @The_News_Herald facebook.com/panamacitynewsherald75 Â¢ www.newsherald.com VIGILANTES ARRESTED IN MEXICO BEACHINSIDE | A6 INSIDE | A4SWEETBAY ÂCITYÂ SET UP TO AID REPAIR CREWS A look from above ............A5 Comics ..........................B9 Diversions ......................B8 Faith .............................B6 Sports.........................B1-5 Weather .........................B3Sandra ShefÂ“ eld, 72, reacts to her predicament Wednesday, as she uses a washcloth to wipe sweat from her face in her home, which now has no electricity, in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Panama City. [GERALD HERBERT/AP] Robert Edmonson rests after pulling a dolly through sand as he helps retrieve belongings from his brother-in-lawÂs destroyed home in Mexico Beach on Thursday. By Jay ReevesThe Associated PressMEXICO BEACH Â„ Missing relatives and worries that looters are just outside the door. Dirty clothes. Hours-long lines for gasoline, insurance adjusters, food and water. No power, no air conditioning, no schools, no information and little real improvement in sight. Daily life is a series of fears and frustrations, both large and small, for thousands of people living on the edge, more than a week after Hur-ricane Michael flattened thousands of square miles in the hurricane zone of the Panhandle.Erin Maxwell waited in line for fuel for more than an hour Thursday at a gasoline station that never opened.ÂIÂm tired and want to go to sleep. I donÂt want to wait in another line,ÂŽ said Maxwell, eyes closed and her head tilted back on the seat.Meanwhile, husband Mickey Calhoun fretted over the fate of his mother, Anita Newsome, 74. The retired sheriffÂs deputy was last seen when officers took her to a hospital the day before Michael made landfall, her son said.ÂWe canÂt find her or get word anywhere,ÂŽ said an Post Michael: Fear, frustrationBy Eileen KelleyGateHouse MediaPARKER Â„ At the sound of the diesel engine of an ATV rounding the corner, A.D. Thomas lifts his arm as a way to get the mayorÂs attention. His well-aged hips have left him with a slow and somewhat unsteady gait, that keeps him from walking to the road.ÂWho should I call for help?ÂŽ the 87-year-old disabled veteran asked as he began a series of questions and requests for the mayor of Parker, who is surveying the Hurricane Michael damage from an ATV. Thomas is worried about gas from a fire pit. HeÂd also like some help packing up some of the trin-kets that he and his wife of 65 years, Anne, collected.For the past four years Anne Thomas has lived at a memory care/assisted-living facility, so it has just been A.D. Thomas and a house full of furniture and trinkets. But the furniture is probably ruined.Anne ThomasÂ dementia already robbed the couple of so much and A.D. Thomas doesnÂt want a hurricane to rob them of what is left. But it doesnÂt look good.Where A.D. Thomas goes and if it is with the coupleÂs memorabilia remains to be seen. The 2,542-square-foot ranch home will have to be demolished, Thomas said.An estimated one-third of the 2,500 or so houses and structures in this tiny 2-square-mile city could meet the same fate, said Rich Musgrave, mayor for more than five years.Mayor: Can Parker survive?Parker Mayor Rich Musg rave updates the cityÂs priority posters in Parker City Hall on Thursday. [JOSHUA BOUCHER/THE NEWS HERALD] Thousands of people living on edge more than a week after historic hurricaneNews Herald staff reportWEWAHITCHKA Â„ While Hurricane Michael roared through more than a week ago, the danger from the storm is still very real for those attempting to clean up.Several deaths have been reported in recent days caused by accidents involving Hurricane Michael debris.Former Florida Highway Patrol Cpl. and active FHP reserve member Nick Rivera was killed while clearing debris at his home Thursday morning. 2 killed Thursday clearing Michael debrisMorgan Washington, 4, hoses down a wooden Â” ame with a little help from Brad Price during the annual Fire Prevention Fest at Gulf Coast Community College in 2009. Price died Thursday while helping family members clear debris from Hurricane Michael. [NEWS HERALD FILE] ÂWe need running water more than anything To be able to shower after a full day of cleaning would be great.ÂŽKelli LadikSee DEBRIS, A2 See HURRICANE, A2 See PARKER, A2
** A2 Saturday, October 20, 2018 | The News HeraldMusgrave said it could take maybe six months to get Federal Emergency Management trailers, if they can get them at all.ÂItÂs going to be a challenge for them,ÂŽ said Michael Jachles of ParkerÂs residents, a spokesman on loan to the city from South Florida. ÂPeople are going to be kind of on their own,ÂŽ the mayor agreed.MusgraveÂs fieldstone home came away with only a few cosmetic issues. He evacuated ahead of the storm and came back to a sight in town that he never could have imagined: The city appears to have been carpet bombed.Old oaks crashed onto homes, carports became unattached debris that the storm's winds wrapped snugly around homes. Windows blew out. Roofs peeled away from the homes they once kept dry. A travel trailer Â„ lifted from the ground by MichaelÂs fierce winds Â„ is now perched in a tree across the bayou from ThomasÂ home.Musgrave felt helpless. He couldnÂt sleep. ÂFaith and family,ÂŽ he kept tell-ing himself.Musgrave might be overwhelmed with the enormity of the chal-lenges ahead for the city, but he also feels a little guilty for his good fortune with his own home while many of his constituents lost everything.ÂI almost feel like we shouldnÂt be in such good shape,ÂŽ he said.Every structure in Parker was affected in one manner or another by Hurricane Michael and somehow not one person from Parker died.That in itself, said Mus-grave, is a blessing. But still, heÂs concerned for the residents with medi-cal issues who might not be able to get medications and help.Thomas is counting his blessings. He rode the 155-mph storm out in a recliner in the center of his house.The storm ripped large portions of the roof off his home. Dry wall came crashing down in a jumble of uneven pieces. Rain poured in. More than a week after the storm, water still pushes out from ThomasÂ feet as he walks across the carpeted rooms.Mold grows on the walls.By midday when the sun is overhead just right, ThomasÂ home has an unfamiliar look to it inside: a soft neon blue, thanks to the sun bearing down on tarps draped overhead.HeÂs hoping he can figure out a way to stay in the town that will for all accounts have to be rebuilt.This is MusgraveÂs third term as mayor. Not once has he been chal-lenged in the election.From here on out and into the foreseeable future, he will be filled with challenges.ÂOne of the things I worry about is how are we going to survive as a viable entity?ÂŽ Musgrave said. ÂThere are a lot of unknowns right now.ÂŽHe anticipates the bill to remove the debris will easily top $1 million.ÂThere is just so much need and not enough (resources) to fulfill it,ÂŽ Musgrave said.The city has all of 32 employees, that includes nine police officers and four paid firefighters Â„ thereÂs a volunteer fire force more than four times the paid size Â„ and 13 employees who work in public works.The employees have their own storm-related problems to confront. Thankfully reinforcements Â„ police, public works employees and linemen Â„ have come to help from across the state to help Parker and the surrounding communities hit hardest by Hurricane Michael.ParkerÂs capital and operations budget is $5 million.Parker and Panama City Beach donÂt charge ad valorem taxes. Though the idea has been floated in the past only to be beat down by residents who like it that way.A beach town like Panama City Beach, Mus-grave said, can make up for no ad valorem taxes because of the money the hotel taxes bring the city.Parker canÂt boast that. Its hotel is far from high-end and is consid-ered more of a respite for transients.The city is not flush with cash. About 98 per-cent of the elementary students qualify for free lunches.An enthusiasm and aggressiveness in obtain-ing grants has allowed the city to make capital improvements.Musgrave lists the vari-ous improvements under his watch and said he is proud that the city has been able to sustain itself.Now he questions if it can without a dedicated revenue stream from property taxes should people stay and rebuild their houses.As it stands now, about half the cityÂs funding comes from utilities Â„ all knocked out by Hurricane Michael.ÂYou do what you can and make happen,ÂŽ Mus-grave said.Alice Zimmerman has figured that out. SheÂs been wading out into ParkerÂs Martin Lake and filling large water bottles with the brown water.ÂThis isnÂt for bathingÂŽ she said. ItÂs so she can flush a toilet, though Zimmerman said she did see people bathing in the water earlier.Musgrave finishes talk-ing with Thomas about the elderly manÂs needs, walks down the driveway and climbs back in the ATV.ÂI wish I could give him anything he asks for. Unfortunately, I donÂt have a magic wand.ÂŽ PARKERFrom Page A1Rivera also was a faculty member in the Public Safety program at Gulf Coast State College. Later Thurs-day, Gulf County Fire Coordinator Brad Price, 49, was killed when a tree fell on the tractor he was driving while clearing debris for family members. He died at the scene, according to the Gulf County Sheriff's Office.A procession of emergency vehicles accompanied his flag-draped body to the Bay County Medical Examiner's Office Thursday evening. Gulf County SheriffÂs Office spokeswoman Corey Dobridnia said the medical examiner would determine whether PriceÂs death would be classified as the second death related to Hurricane Michael recorded in the county.With Price's death, 25 of the 35 fatalities have been confirmed in Florida. Many of the deaths in the heavily timbered Panhandle were from tree falls, while other bodies have been pulled from homes decimated by hurricane-force winds and storm surge. The Associated Press contributed to this report. DEBRISFrom Page A1exasperated Calhoun, 54, wearing stained khaki pants and a dingy towel draped around his neck.A few miles away, 70-year-old Ed Kirkpat-rick and his 72-year-old wife, Sandra Sheffield, huddle together in a splintered mobile home surrounded by fallen pine trees. A noisy generator powers the old box fan blowing warm air across their den. TheyÂre both afraid to leave because of widespread reports of looting.The man, a diabetic who has a big scar down the middle of his chest from heart surgery, needs medical attention and ice to refrigerate his insulin, said Sheffield, who has a pacemaker. But getting out in traffic takes hours and precious fuel, she said, and looters could show up at any time.ÂI donÂt want to go anywhere because I know IÂm safe here,ÂŽ said Shef-field, burying her head in a twisted towel to cry.Michael slammed into the Panhandle with 155 mph winds on Oct. 10 and retained hurricane-force winds deep into southern Georgia, also affecting the Carolinas and Vir-ginia. Florida authorities on Thursday said the storm killed at least 20 people in the state, bring-ing the overall death toll to at least 30.With power still out in much of the Panhandle and thousands of buildings destroyed or damaged by Michael, almost nothing is normal. Even simple tasks are dif-ficult or impossible.Driving times are dou-bled or tripled because roads are clogged with police and fire vehicles, utility trucks, returning residents and people seeking help. Lines are long outside a discount store where more than two dozen insurance, financial services and cellphone companies have set up in a tempo-rary village of open-sided tents erected on asphalt.Warm temperatures in the 80s are adding to the misery because so few people can cool down with air conditioning. Bottled water is plentiful at roadside aid stations; ice is another matter.Spotty cellphone service leaves those most vulnerable with little information to help them get by. Residents in Panama City eagerly ask for information about what happened about 20 miles away in devas-tated Mexico Beach, and for tips on finding pharmacies, coin-operated laundries and stores that might sell batteries to power flashlights with fading beams.Kelli Ladik is living with four daughters and her husband in a camper parked outside their bay-side home, which has severe water damage from rain that poured in when the roof failed. Ladik is so, so tired of the grime.ÂWe need running water more than anything. To be able to shower after a full day of cleaning would be great,ÂŽ said Ladik.Her children, three of whom are school age, are all out of class and itÂs unclear when classes might resume. Some school buildings are heavily damaged and leaders still are trying to account for all the teach-ers, administrators and others who are needed to get the system running again.Watching friends and loved ones suffer is the hardest part for Nancy Bartice, who used to live near Ed Kirkpatrick and his wife. Feeling helpless to assist the couple, Bartice was trying to get to nearby Panama City Beach to get them gaso-line and, perhaps, a better place to stay. Who knows how long the 16-mile journey could take.ÂThey have been the most blessed couple,ÂŽ said Bartice, fighting away tears. ÂThey helped me in a lot of bad situa-tions, and I want to do the same in return.ÂŽ HURRICANEFrom Page A1A Panama City resident, who did not want his name used, receives treatment inside the Florida 5 Disaster Medical Assistance Team tent in Mexico Beach on Wednesday. [GERALD HERBERT/AP PHOTOS] Mickey Calhoun stands in line Thursday, hoping a gas station will open in Panama City. Joyce Walker sits on her porch in front of fallen trees outside her home in Panama City on Wednesday. Boats intermingled with one another and broken docks in Parker on Thursday. [JOSHUA BOUCHER/THE NEWS HERALD]
** The News Herald | Saturday, October 20, 2018 A3 PANAMA CITY BEACHTherapy dogs coming to PCBStop by for some hot fresh pizza, supplies, and kisses and cuddles from therapy dogs today and Sunday at two locations in Panama City Beach.The dogs from Tallahas-see Memorial HealthCare therapy dog services divi-sion, PAWS Therapy Dogs and Alliance of Therapy Dogs will be arriving from all across the state.They will be located at LoweÂs, 11751 PCB Parkway (U.S. 98) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today, and at Publix, 23026 PCB Parkway, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.PANAMA CITYLife Management reopensLife Management Center is providing lim-ited services at its Bonifay office and on Monday will open its Panama City location at 525 E. 15th St. for prescription refills.The Bonifay office at 310 Byrd Ave. is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Medications are not available immediately there, as it takes at least a day to get them in stock.The best way to refill a medication is to call 850-899-5981.WASHINGTON COUNTYDebris pickup begins in Washington County Debris pickup has begun in Washington County, and officials are offering tips to help storm victims:Â€ Crews will begin in a central location and systematically move throughout the county. Â€ Debris pickup includes all municipalities within the county.Â€ Once the crews make one complete pass, additional passes will be made to pick up extra debris.Â€ Residents will be noti-fied when crews make a final pass.Â€ Crews will begin pick-ing up vegetative debris only. Please cut logs less than 8 feet long.Â€ Vegetative debris cannot be mixed with treated lumber, fencing, construction or demoli-tion debris.Â€ Debris should be stacked on rights of way where crews can easily access.Â€ Do not stack debris under power lines, lowhanging limbs, near mailboxes, fire hydrants, water meters, etc.Â€ Crews are not allowed to go on to private property to remove debris.Â€ Pickup will be from dusk to dawn and vehicles will be placarded with the Crowder Gulf logo.PANHANDLEResidents warned about safe use of generators"I have heard several stories from our firefight-ers on the ground of people getting extremely sick from using a generator inside a garage or house. Carbon monoxide is a silent killer. Do not make this catastrophe even worse," CFO and State Fire Marshal Jimmy Patronis said in a news release.His office offered these safety tips: Â€ Only run a generator in a dry, well-ventilated area away from your home. Wet ground poses an increased risk of electrocution.Â€ Never run a generator near doors, windows, air vents or A/C units to avoid drawing in danger-ous exhaust fumes.Â€ Never run a generator inside your home or garage. Dangerous and potentially deadly amounts of carbon monoxide can build up.Â€ Never overload a generator, exceeding a generatorÂs maximum wattage rating can cause it to malfunction.Â€ Use UL-listed outdoor extension cords and prop-erly ground a generator to help prevent electric shock.Â€ Never refuel a genera-tor while it is running.Â€ Before shutting off a generator, power down and unplug all devices con-nected to it.TALLAHASSEETimber damage hits $1.3 billionTimber damage in Flor-ida from Hurricane Michael has been estimated at $1.3 billion, affecting almost 3 million acres of forestland."This is a catastrophic loss to the forest industry in the Florida Panhandle," Agriculture Commissioner Adam H. Putnam said in a news release Friday. "We are committed to helping Florida recover from this devastating storm and will continue to work closely with the agriculture indus-try on hurricane-related damage assessments."The 11 counties affected are some of the top timber-producing in the state: Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Leon, Liberty, Wakulla and Washington. Forest products manufac-turing facilities, such as pulp mills, sawmills and pellet and oriented strand board manufacturing also sustained damage, accord-ing to the release."As the downed forest debris dries, the potential for wildfire conditions increase," Jim Karels, state forester and director of the Florida Forest Service, said in the release. "It is critical for the Florida Forest Service to continue clearing trees and hurricane debris from roadways to re-establish fire lines and accessibility to timberlands."TALLAHASSEEHurricane insurance claims climbWithin a week of Hurricane Michael barreling into Northwest Florida, almost 70,000 insurance claims had been filed, with estimated insured losses of $680.7 million, according to data posted online by the state Office of Insurance Regulation.Insurers reported 69,950 claims as of 1:45 p.m. Wednesday, almost exactly a week after Hurricane Michael made landfall in Mexico Beach with 155 mph maximum sustained winds.The storm caused wide-spread damage in the Panhandle and the stateÂs Big Bend before continu-ing into Georgia.The vast majority of claims filed as of Wednes-day Â„ 54,607 Â„ involved residential property. Of that number, 52,452 claims remained open, the data shows.The number of claims and estimated insured losses are expected to steadily climb in the coming weeks as property owners continue to report damage to insurance companies.PANHANDLECourthouses closed in 6 countiesThe aftermath of Hurricane Michael is keeping courthouses closed in six Florida counties.FloridaÂs 14th Judicial Circuit announced most of its courts will remain closed through at least part of next week. Reopening will happen as each county is able.Courts in Bay, Holmes and Jackson counties will be closed through next Friday.Courts in Calhoun and Washington counties will be closed through Wednesday.Gulf County courts will be closed the rest of this week but are expected to reopen Monday.Some of the clerks of court offices will be open in a limited capacity.TALLAHASSEEState unemployment rate fallsFloridaÂs unemployment rate reached its lowest mark since February 2007, falling 0.2 percentage points in September to 3.5 percent, according to numbers released Friday by the state Department of Eco-nomic Opportunity.The September esti-mate represents 358,000 Floridians considered out of work Â„ 17,000 fewer than in August Â„ from a workforce of 10.2 million. Florida remained below the national unem-ployment rate, which decreased 0.2 percentage points from August to September, putting it at 3.9 percent. Staff and wire reportsAREA AND STATE BRIEFS
** A4 Saturday, October 20, 2018 | The News HeraldCommunity of tents, trailers erected in 2 days in SweetBayBy Patrick McCrelessThe News HeraldPANAMA CITY Â„ Out behind University Academy in the SweetBay community is a gleaming white city.About 10 white air-conditioned tents, filled with at least 96 cots each, sat on one side of a paved airport runway on Thursday. Parked on the other side were at least 30 white mobile trailers, some packed to the brim with bunk beds, others filled with show-ers, washing machines and kitchen equipment.The place, erected in just a couple of days, doesnÂt appear to have a name yet, but itÂs mission is clear Â„ to house, feed and clothe at least 1,000 of the linemen working every day to restore the areaÂs electrical system knocked out by Hurricane Michael. Jeff Rogers, spokesman for Gulf Power, said there are eight such staging areas for linemen across the region, including one at Gulf PowerÂs main office in Panama City.ÂSome are huge,ÂŽ Rogers said. ÂCrews can come in, gas up and get supplies.ÂŽCheryl Boone, an employee with Emergency Disaster Ser-vices, the company providing the trailers and food services at the SweetBay location, said she and a crew came from Kentucky to help house and care for the linemen. Boone said EDC works with power companies in all types of disasters.ÂWhen the linemen drive their trucks in, they get a hot breakfast and pick up cases of water and boxed lunches Âƒ when they come back, they take showers and get a hot dinner,ÂŽ Boone said as she walked among the trailers Thursday morning. ÂWe do everything, every-thing they want,ÂŽ Boone said.Boone said she didnÂt know how long the temporary city would remain there, but heard it could be at least a month.Angel Comacho, part of the EDC cleaning crew, said he and many others came from Orlando to help keep the tem-porary city clean or help cook food. Comacho said he and some of his crewmen live in one of the tents on site. ÂWeÂve come to make sure the guys doing the electrical work are being fed and have clean towels, things like that,ÂŽ he said.Comacho said sleeping in a tent full of other men and women isnÂt easy, but every-one has gotten along so far. ÂYouÂve just got to respect each other,ÂŽ he said.Frances Jones, an executive chef and independent contractor hired by the Fed-eral Emergency Management Agency, said she oversees the cooking at the temporary SweetBay city. Jones said she and her 14-member crew fed between several hundred and 1,000 people on Wednesday night. On the menu for Thursday night was a Cuban-style dinner, including baked chicken, white rice, black beans and pulled pork, Jones said.Jones said sheÂs been a contractor with FEMA, cook-ing at disasters for five years.ÂI do it for the adrenaline and to see the guys come in and feed them the energy they need so they can help others,ÂŽ Jones said. ÂWe fuel their fire Âƒ itÂs very rewarding.ÂŽA ÂcityÂ for repair crewsBy Jim SaundersThe News Service of FloridaTALLAHASSEE Â„ With Hurricane Michael causing massive damage in North-west Florida, a new front has opened in the battle over the controversial insurance prac-tice known as Âassignment of benefits.ÂŽGroups on both sides of the long-running debate are trying to sway residents grappling with the need to make what, in many cases, are costly home repairs.Assignment of benefits, or AOB as it is widely known, involves policyhold-ers signing over benefits to contractors, who ultimately pursue payments from insur-ance companies for repairs. The insurance industry and business groups have unsuccessfully lobbied the Legislature in recent years to change the assignment-of-benefits process, arguing that it leads to fraud, litigation and increased costs.Pointing to ÂdangersÂŽ of signing over benefits after Hurricane Michael, an organization known as the Consumer Protection Coalition said Wednesday it is starting a public-service announcement campaign in Panama City and Tallahassee advising residents to contact their insurance agents before signing any insurance-related documents. The coalition includes major business and insurance groups.ÂThe Consumer Protec-tion Coalition is committed to helping residents get through the difficulty of putting their lives back together,ÂÂ Mark Wilson, president and CEO of the Florida Chamber of Commerce, which leads the coalition, said in a statement. ÂConsumers need all the information they can get to help navigate making repairs to their homes and vehicles, and weÂre working hard to provide resources to help prevent Floridians from becoming victims of AOB scams.ÂŽBut restoration contractors and plaintiffsÂ attorneys contend that assignment of benefits can help homeown-ers quickly hire contractors to repair damage and force insurers to properly pay claims.The Restoration Association of Florida, an industry group, issued a news release Wednesday pushing back against efforts by business and insurance groups to dis-suade residents from using assignment of benefits.ÂWe are extremely concerned about multiple advisories warning homeowners not to sign any contracts containing assign-ment of benefits language,ÂŽ Amanda Prater, a spokeswoman for the association, said in a statement. ÂThe assignment of benefit language is perfectly legal and is an extremely common insurance practice. Many homeowners we are meeting with understandably do not have the money to pay out of pocket for emergency services such as water dry out, mold, tree service, and roof repairs, etc. The AOB language is there to allow covered repairs to be made to oneÂs property immediately Â„ and the contractors will bill the homeownerÂs insur-ance company directly.ÂŽMuch of the debate in recent years about assign-ment of benefits has focused on water-damage claims in South Florida. Those claims often have involved such things as busted pipes, not storm damage.But amid continuing legal and political fights about the practice, it appears attention also will turn to what will be months of repairs and insur-ance claims in Northwest Florida.On a hurricane page on its website, Citizens Property Insurance Corp. tells resi-dents to call the state-backed insurer before signing over benefits.ÂSome contractors will ask you to sign your benefits over to them before starting emergency repairs. This is called assignment of benefits,ÂŽ the Citizens website says. ÂDo not sign over your insurance benefits to anyone. Signing over your benefits can cause an increase in costs for which you could be left on the hook.ÂŽThe Restoration Association of Florida, meanwhile, said it is encouraging policyholders to contact the association if they have questions about assignment-of-benefits contracts.ÂIn a crisis such as this, Floridians should be doing all we can to encourage and help homeowners get their lives back to normal as soon as possible,ÂŽ Prater said. ÂWe recognize there may be certain groups trying to take advantage of the current situ-ation and we would strongly encourage homeowners to read all contracts carefully to ensure they are only agreeing to an assignment of benefits for a limited scope of services that are being provided by that specific contractor.ÂŽMichael adds fuel to ght over ÂAOBÂ Emergency Disaster Services personnel on Thursday still were setting up a mobile city in the SweetBay community at the former P anama City airport. [PHOTOS BY DOUG ENGLE/GATEHOUSE MEDIA FLORIDA] Emergency Disaster Services is housing from 700 to 1,000 lineman and tree trimmers and providing about 3,000 meals a day with a 12-person kitchen staff. Emergency Disaster ServicesÂ Cheryl Boone shows the bunk area that will house 36 people per trailer stacked three high. Emergency Disaster Services employee Eladio Lopez uses a fork lift to drop pallets of food at EDSÂs mobile city in SweetBay on Thursday. Emergency Disaster ServicesÂ Cheryl Boone directs an employee while EDS employees set up a mobile city in SweetBay on Thursday.
** The News Herald | Saturday, October 20, 2018 A5Hurricane Michael Â„ A look from aboveSevere damage to Mexico Beach from Hurricane Michael is shown on Thursday. [PHOTOS BY PATTI BLAKE/THE NEWS HERALD] Mexico Beach houses show MichaelÂs devastation on Thursday. Blue tarps top dozens of houses in Panama City on Thursday. ABOVE: Blue tarps top houses in Callaway on Thursday. AT RIGHT: A Cape San Blas road shows damage on Thursday. BELOW: Water cuts into Cape San Blas on Thursday.
** A6 Saturday, October 20, 2018 | The News HeraldBy Collin Breaux747-5081 | CollinB@pcnh.com @PCNHCollinBPANAMA CITY Â„ Little by little, the St. Andrews community is picking up the pieces and reopening stores along Beck Avenue.People were out the day after Hurricane Michael to start cleaning up Beck Avenue and even passing out water, and now that itÂs more than a week out many of the businesses are talking about reopen-ing or already have. At Sunjammers, owner Brad Stephens said he has sold four kayaks since the storm despite the buildingÂs crumbling facade. Others, such as popular Mexican restaurant Los Antojitos have set Monday as the reopen-ing date.FinnÂs Island Style Grub in Little Village should reopen when the power comes back, owner Justin Buxton said Tues-day while clearing out trees with employees and friends.Though utility lines and debris litter the waterfront neighborhood, making a stroll through the peaceful area feels like being on the televi-sion show ÂThe Walking Dead.ÂŽ Buxton said he aims to rebuild and get the community back into a routine.ÂWe plan on opening our doors as soon as we can,ÂŽ Buxton said. ÂWe plan to be a beacon of light and hope.ÂŽNo exact opening date is set, though Buxton said theyÂll open for custom-ers that can pay and give free meals to people hit hard by Michael.All businesses along Beck Avenue appeared to be closed early Tuesday. Some still were boarded up. Handmade signs at Floriopolis and EnzoÂs Pizza and Grill say ÂDonÂt stealÂŽ and Â(Expletive) Michael we will be back ASAP.ÂŽOver at Shrimp Boat and Barefoot Bar and Grill, general manager Adam Goff and kitchen manager Antonio Mid-dleton were checking out the restaurant and plan-ning their next move. Shrimp Boat also plans to reopen when power comes back and will serve buffet-style meals at an ÂaffordableÂŽ price, likely no more than $15. Residents need a hot meal, said Goff.ÂOur goal is to get this open as soon as we can,ÂŽ said Goff. ÂWeÂre all going through it so (customers) can hope-fully forget about whatÂs happening and get back to normalcy.ÂŽMiddleton, a local native, called the devastation heartbreaking. Goff recently moved to the area since he thought Bay County didnÂt get hurricanes.Panama City might never be the same but in time it will recover and services will come back, said Goff.Others, including Erin Dodd, who worked at AliceÂs on Bayview, are less optimistic.ÂIt may be months before I can go back to work,ÂŽ said Dodd.St. Andrews making a comebackBy Zack McDonaldThe News HeraldMEXICO BEACH Â„ A group of armed militia members identifying themselves with ÂThe Oath KeepersÂŽ was arrested Thursday night for allegedly violating Bay CountyÂs mandatory curfew put in place after Hurricane Michael, according to official reports.Anthony Cusumano, 34, and Tammy Joan Crandield, 48, were charged with misde-meanor curfew violation while Thomas Hubert Terry, 34; Brian Charles Calkins, 31; and Charles Randall Moye, 44, were charged with violating the Bay County curfew and open carry of a firearm Â„ both misdemeanors.According to Bay County SheriffÂs Office reports, the group was driving around in Mexico Beach after the sundown curfew in a white Ford Crown Victoria and a maroon Nissan Frontier, patrolling the area. The Ford was dressed to look like a patrol cruiser and every member was wearing tactical clothing, including one vest that stated Âtactical officer.ÂŽWhen officers spoke with the group, they allegedly identified them-selves as members of The Oath Keepers, a militia group that describes itself as non-partisan association of current and formerly serving military, police, and first respond-ers, who pledge to fulfill the oath all military and police take to Âdefend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic,ÂŽ according to the website. The descrip-tion further states the groupÂs allegiance is to the constitution, and they Âwill not obeyÂŽ unconsti-tutional orders such as orders to disarm.BCSO seized several semi-automatic assault rifles and a large cache of ammo from the group. They were then trans-ported to the Bay County jail for booking.BCSO Maj. Jimmy Stanford said the group wasnÂt local to the Mexico Beach area.ÂTheyÂre out there patrolling the streets,ÂŽ he said. ÂThey donÂt know the area, they donÂt know the community, they donÂt know our laws, and that just lends itself to dangers.ÂŽStanford said the east side of Bay County, which is still suffering from widespread power outages, has a substantial police presence. All local officers continue to work more than 12-hour shifts daily and have assistance from hundreds of officers from outside agencies. Stanford said that people should protect their own property but do so while adhering to the law. ÂWe have a large pres-ence, weÂre seeing a decline in looting and stealing,ÂŽ he said. ÂWe hope to continue to see that. Please leave law enforcement to the professionals.ÂŽVigilante group arrested Thursday in Mexico Beach TrafÂ“ c makes its way through historic St. Andrews on Monday. Some residents were returning to see what was left after Hurricane Michael. [DOUG ENGLE/GATEHOUSE MEDIA HOUSE] TrafÂ“ c makes its way through historic St. Andrews on Monday. [DOUG ENGLE/GATEHOUSE MEDIA HOUSE] Debris clutters the water on Oct. 11 in Panama City. [PATTI BLAKE/THE NEWS HERALD]
** The News Herald | Saturday, October 20, 2018 A7 The Washington PostBLOUNTSTOWN Â„The houses still standing in the storm-ravaged neighborhoods of the Panhandle are conspicu-ous for their presence. Sticking up from the rubble like one remaining tooth in a jawful of decay, each one is a haunting reminder of what used to exist around it.In many cases, they were saved by additional strategically placed nails, some small metal connectors and window shutters that created a sealed package Â„ low-cost reinforce-ments that determined whose home survived and whose was destroyed by the power of Hurricane Michael.There are the five Habitat for Humanity houses in Panama City, a waterfront vacation home in Mexico Beach, a house built by a homeowner and a few of his church friends Â„ modest structures that lost shingles and suffered water damage but stand largely untouched overlooking the wreckage of buildings that were shredded and ripped from their foundations. ÂWe have evidence that we can construct affordable housing that is resilient,ÂŽ said Leslie Chap-man-Henderson, president of the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes, a nonprofit dedicated to protecting property from disasters.After Hurricane Andrew, which hit Florida in 1992, the state instituted a stricter build-ing code in the early 2000s that required new buildings to use tougher nails and have more puncture-resistant walls, among other changes. But industry experts said that homeowners can go further in strengthening their homes without spending tens of thousands of dollars. ÂOften the difference between a roof that stays on and one that flies off is the connection method,ÂŽ Chapman-Henderson said. ÂA handful of additional nails can mean the difference.ÂŽAs the storm barreled down on the Panhandle coast last week, Christina Harding decided to hunker down with her partner and three children in the home they have lived in for two years.They nervously watched as MichaelÂs ferocious winds ripped apart the trailer park across the street, hurling huge sections of it at their house, including several trash cans and pieces of the trailersÂ roofs.ÂPlease donÂt let it hit us,ÂŽ Harding prayed.Theirs was one of the five houses recently erected in the neighborhood by Habitat for Humanity, a global nonprofit that builds affordable homes. Harding, an office manager for a loan company, had worked alongside the builders, invest-ing her own sweat equity to construct the house 1.5 miles from the bay. It was topped by a metal roof, but she had no idea how the house would fare in a storm. When the winds died down, one of HardingÂs daughters, who was away, was panicstricken when she failed repeatedly to reach her mother by phone. Then she saw aerial photos of Panama City. ÂWhen I saw those five metal roofs I knew the houses were good and you guys were good,ÂŽ Harding said her daughter told her.In all, the five Habitat houses lost some siding, an AC unit and one window. ÂItÂs just amazing,ÂŽ Harding said.Habitat for Humanity devel-oped a reputation for creating storm-resistant structures after Hurricane Andrew. Its houses were built beyond code with hurricane ties, thicker lumber, windstorm plywood and metal roofs.HardingÂs home was built to what is known as ÂFortified GoldÂŽ by the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS), a nonprofit, independent research organization that runs a program called Fortified a set of voluntary building standards Âthat go beyond code to help harden homes against Mother Nature.ÂŽThey work closely with roofers, builders and nonprofit groups to erect homes with wind protections that strengthen the roof, with roof-to-wall attachments and stronger windows and doors.Roy Wright, president and CEO of IBHS, said a critical issue is Âto make sure the edge of roof will be able to withstand the wind so the roof wonÂt pop off.ÂŽThis can be done through special nails and metal attach-ments between the roof and the walls, he said.ÂHomeowners have to demand that their homes are rebuilt in a strong way. There are a lot of shady actors who chase these storms and take advantage of people,ÂŽ Wright said. ÂThis is not something that costs tens of thousands of dollars, this is within reach of anyone to fortify their roof, windows and doors. Homeowners just have to be armed with the right questions.ÂŽWhile not cheap, the cost of fortifying a house against hurricane-force winds is not as unaffordable as many homeowners think, he said. Retrofitting a roof is about $1,000 for a 2,000-squarefoot roof, the average size in the United States. When build-ing a house from scratch, it could cost as little as 3 percent to 5 percent more Âto harden the house, fortify the roof, windows and doors and tie the house together tightly from top to bottomÂŽ in some areas of the country, he said.Hurricane-proofing also helps protect structures from projectiles, which can breach windows and doors and create upward pressure on the roof. Hurricane proofing should have shutters for all openings to prevent that, and the stron-gest protections include what is essentially bulletproof glass.Garrett Walton, CEO of Rebuild Northwest Florida, a nonprofit launched after Hurricane Ivan in 2004, has helped 14,000 homeowners in the Pensacola region to fortify homes built before FloridaÂs statewide building codes came into effect.The group, which uses funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, puts the cost of bring-ing a house up to statewide standards at $9,200.The benefits, the group said, include having a safer home as well as potential discounts on insurance and less likelihood of being displaced. He said the homes were tested in torna-does and fared very well.While homes built before World War II tend to do well in storms, those built during the postwar baby-boom period were constructed quickly and cheaply, leaving many homes vulnerable, Walton said.In addition, those strong building codes put into place in 2001 did have exceptions, according to Chapman-Hen-derson, including the provision for the Panhandle, which was in place during the building boom of the early 2000s. In the Panhandle, the full code applied only to a one-mile strip along the coast, leaving houses built during that period fur-ther inland vulnerable to high winds.Three years ago, Paul Jack-son built a vacation home one block from the waterfront in Mexico Beach. He knew to expect that extra hurricane protection would amount to some 7 percent to 10 percent of construction costs. He said he invested closer to 15 percent of his $400,000 cost on added investments in insulated-con-crete-form walls, instead of traditional wood construction.But he also calculated that, even with those higher upfront costs, he would break even in six years because of lower insurance rates and utility bills Â„ fortified homes often have stronger windows that donÂt leak air-conditioning, for instance.And there was, of course, the incalculable savings in worry. He built to the IBHS Fortified Gold program. Jackson said his door was battered in by a piling that had ripped free from another home or dock and the house took in about three feet of water. But while his neighbors will have to start from scratch, he has to replace only cabinets, furniture and drywall.About 50 miles inland, Jim Wise built his Blountstown house himself, with help from about a dozen members of his church, who set the framework and trusses, and a few drywall and plumbing contractors. He said the house was strapped down to the con-crete floor: ÂThatÂs code. We wouldnÂt skimp on that.ÂŽ He followed professional advice to use extra nails and hurricane clips to attach the roof. ÂIt pays not to cut that stuff short,ÂŽ said Wise, a former owner of several furniture stores.The house survived five hours of nonstop wind and rain, Wise said. Four trees fell on his workshop, and the greenhouse lost a lot of plas-tic and fiberglass, but other than some damaged trim, the house weathered the storm just fine.Following the state building codes alone can help, but it wasnÂt a foolproof solution for Debbi and Jim Prantl. When they saw their dream beachfront house on aerial news footage, it had been torn from its pilings at least 12 feet tall and pushed entirely across U.S. 98. It was almost intact except for one key detail.ÂIt used to be a four-story house,ÂŽ Debbi Prantl said. ÂWhat you see here at ground level is the third floor and up there is the fourth floor. The second floor is that [rubble] underneath. We have no idea where the first floor went.ÂŽBut the hurricane-rated glass in what remains of the house was intact, Jim Prantl noted. The contents of the house were jumbled but remained.ÂWe had minimal flood insurance because we never imagined anything but wind damage,ÂŽ Debbi Prantl said. ÂI donÂt know what we do now. I donÂt think itÂs sunk in yet.ÂŽIn tiny Greensboro, many houses suffered as Michael made landfall 80 miles away. But at least one house had no damage whatsoever Â„ the Dezell House, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Built between 1912 and 1919 of cypress and yellow heart pine by the owner of a sawmill, the house is almost entirely original. The West Gadsden Historical Society re-shingled the roof five years ago, but the roof structure is unchanged, said Jane Clark, vice president of the society.Not a drop of water infiltrated the Arts and Crafts, prairie-style home, unusual for the area because it was not elevated. James Dezell, who lived in Chicago and southwest Missouri after the Civil War, later became GreensboroÂs first mayor. ÂNothing in the house, nothing, has been structurally modified in any way,ÂŽ Clark said. ÂIt is a true testimony to how things were built.ÂŽHomes intact often surpassed building codesThese two Habitat for Humanity homes came through Hurricane Michael with minor to no damage in the 2900 block of East Sixth Court in Panama City, while their older neighbors did not fare so well. [PHOTOS BY DOUG ENGLE/GATEHOUSE MEDIA FLORIDA] Some older homes like this one in The Cove came through Hurricane Michael with minor damage.
** A8 Saturday, October 20, 2018 | The News HeraldWRITE TO US: Letters should not exceed 300 words and include the writerÂs name, address and phone number for veriÂ“ cation. Letters may be edited for clarity and brevity. Guest columns of up to 600 words may be submitted as well. Write: Letters to the editor, The News Herald, 501 W. 11th St., Panama City, FL 32401 Email: email@example.com BCSO Maj. Jimmy Stanford said the vigilante group ÂOath KeepersÂŽ wasnÂt local to the Mexico Beach area. ÂTheyÂre out there patrolling the streets,ÂŽ he said. ÂThey donÂt know the area, they donÂt know the community, they donÂt know our laws, and that just lends itself to dangers.ÂŽ Mike Ryan: Great, whack jobs with guns. This isnÂt going to turn out well. Andrea Coneal: Good riddance. Therapy dogs from all across the state, along with hot, fresh pizza, will be in Panama City Beach at two locations this weekend. Denise Lott: How about all the dogs that were sent to California and Seattle? They would have been perfect! They need a human and a human needs them. Dick Pewterschmidt: What, does PCB need consoling from their mildly devastated side with power and water they currently have? WhoÂs able to drive all the way out there from the hardest hit parts in town and Mexico Beach with resources already is short supply, as well as congested trafÂ“ c? Anna Walsh: We are displaced from Panama City and was blessed by my parents with a temporary home with water and power. Let me be the Â“ rst to say thank you! My kids have been through a lot this past nine days and to be honest this will be a great getaway for them and a great comfort to be able to get their little minds off of what has happened to their home. Thank you! Erin Maxwell waited in line for fuel for more than an hour Thursday at a gasoline station that never opened. ÂIÂm tired and want to go to sleep. I donÂt want to wait in another line,ÂŽ said Maxwell, eyes closed and her head tilted back on the seat. Myrna Torres-Lopez Myrna Torres-Lopez: Here in Puerto Rico when Hurricane Maria hit, hundreds of people waited for hours, for many hours in line for fuel ... with children, no bathroom, with very hot weather, and they wait, and wait. ... I know it is difÂ“ cult; I was one of them. Billie Lackey Burkhalter: It is so very frustrating. I just keep telling myself: Someone else has it much worse. Sharron Pace: God Bless her! I pray her day today will get easier! My hometown is devastated as are other areas and my heart is so burdened for everyone! Kate Smith: And where is D-SNAP (Food for Florida)? Why isnÂt this program up and helping people? Jennifer Owens: I have a feeling they are going to wait until all of the free food from corporations stops coming in and the churches run dry. Just my opinion. A friend of mine heard they are not going to open it at all to our area. Could be a rumor. John Cugler: Hey, News Herald. Why donÂt you do an investigation about the gas issue? More precisely, why isnÂt there any gas? The stations on the Beach are all back online but donÂt have any gas. What gives? Kelly Miller: IÂve had luck at both stations at 79 and Back Beach, also the Shell and Tom Thumb in Southport both have gas. John Cugler: This morning was the Â“ rst day a few of them had gas. DoesnÂt excuse the fact someone was holding it hostage. Yolanda Ann: And the prices Â„ why do we have it so high when other areas who were also hit have it at least 20 cents cheaper? READER FEEDBACK ANOTHER VIEWThe U.S. a rmed forces are good at many things but conspicuously bad at managing talent. As a result, many good officers are quitting. The ArmyÂs latest leadership survey found fewer than half of active-duty junior officers hoped to stay in the military after 20 years of service, when their pensions kick in, and only half of active-duty leaders say morale is high or very high. In the Air Force, which has a shortfall of some 2,000 pilots, the problem is acute. The Defense Department recognizes the problem but hasnÂt done enough about it. Perhaps Congress can do better. Its latest defense policy act calls for change Â„ including reform of the servicesÂ longstanding Âup-or-outÂŽ promotion system. Together with a few other reforms, that would help a lot. Under the current system, officers must stay on a promotion timeline or be eased out after 20 years. While this system aids junior officers who stand out early in their careers, it tends to put good warriors into desk jobs, discourages risk-taking, and fails late bloomers and those who want to take unconventional paths or go into specialties that the military has undervalued. Congress would have the Pentagon cut back on promoting officers based on the year they were commissioned and expand Âcompetitive categoriesÂŽ that recognize specialized skills. The most promising talent could be promoted earlier. Service members with the most valuable skills who fail to be promoted on traditional timelines would no longer be forced out, but could stay for years longer in their current ranks. In addition, Congress wants civilians with crucial skills in areas such as cyber-technology to be able to enter service with ranks up to Army colonel or Navy captain. And it supports allowing service members to be released from active duty for education, private-sector or even family issues without short-circuiting their careers. This all looks good on paper. It would have looked even better if Congress had set deadlines for action. Meanwhile, here are some other ideas. An Air Force initiative allowing retired airmen to return to active service should be broadened to the other services. Officers (and perhaps enlisted troops) should be allowed a greater voice in choosing their next assignments or opting to stay in their current jobs; studies have shown this improves retention and productivity. Commanders should have more freedom in choosing their top subordinates. This summer, after an anonymous Air Force officer wrote a series of op-ed articles with trenchant analysis of flaws in the system, Air Force Chief of Staff David Goldfein offered the author a job on his staff. That kind of openness should be welcomed. When it comes to managing personnel, the Pentagon needs all the new ideas it can get. This editorial first appeared in Bloomberg Opinion.US military has a management problemThese are the best of times, and the worst of times, for being well informed. We have a vast landscape of news sources, yet we tend to view them through a peephole rather than a porthole. If you believe, as I do, that it is a civic responsibility to stay abreast of current events, consider taking a few steps to be a better news consumer. Â€DonÂt be screen-centric. TV, computers and phones bring us most of our news in forms that are fast and convenient. But if youÂre among those who never, ever, come in contact with a physical newspaper or magazine, fix that. More research is needed, but it appears people absorb content better when read on a printed page, especially with longer articles. Regardless, holding a paper or magazine and scanning each page is distinctly different, and often more enlightening, than scrolling through the same material on a screen. Â€ Listen to NPR. I got my start in radio at a time when national hourly newscasts were detailed, reliable and easily available across the dial. They still are produced by several networks, but on many affiliated stations they have been truncated or eliminated. The shining exception is National Public Radio. Driving through Mississippi and Alabama this summer, a regional network of NPR stations proved to be my best connection to news from Washington and the world. NPRÂs hourly newscasts are carried by more than 1,000 stations, where they tend to be part of the conversation, not part of the clutter. Â€Sample Hannity and Maddow. Depending on your political orientation, you probably watch either Sean Hannity on Fox News Channel or Rachel Maddow on MSNBC Â„but never both! Try crossing over, at least occasionally. Â€Go up front. Even if youÂre not a news junkie you are likely to enjoy perusing the front pages of hundreds of daily newspapers, online, for free. The Newseum in Washington (newseum.org) assembles readable PDFs of front pages Â„from the Daily News-Miner in Fairbanks, Alaska, to the St. Augustine Record in Florida. If itÂs true that Âall politics is local,ÂŽ it can be said that all news is too. YouÂll be surprised at how dramatically the mood of the nation is reflected on these daily fronts. Â€Go long. Too often we rely on summaries of summaries (indeed, the e-letters cited above are part of that). Stretch your mind and your insight by balancing news digests with long-form articles. Some of the best reporting these days is being done by The New Yorker, The Atlantic and The New York Times Magazine, among others that invest heavily in hiring top writers and giving them the time and space to really drill down. Â€Talk about it. Nowadays we are so set in our opinions that weÂre afraid to discuss current events with colleagues, friends and family. If theyÂre in another camp, or have a differing view, the risk of broaching a subject seems greater than any possible reward. Yet, this very type of discourse is central to the evolution of our own thinking. IÂve found that creating a small email circle is a useful way to bounce thoughts off people I know, without the peril of raised tempers or overly hurt feelings. If youÂre brave enough to talk about news at the office or dinner table, my advice is to listen more and pontificate less. Peter Funt is a writer and speaker and columnist for Cagle Cartoons.How to be a better news consumer Tim Thompson | Publisher Will Glover | Managing Editor Mike Cazalas | Editor PANAMA CITY VIEWPOINTS P e t e r F u n t Peter Funt First AmendmentCongress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
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** A10 Saturday, October 20, 2018 | The News HeraldBy Jim TurnerThe News Service of FloridaTALLAHASSEE Â„ Acri-mony, rather than ideas, has taken the stage in the contest for Florida chief financial officer.The race between Republican incumbent Jimmy Patronis and former state Sen. Jeremy Ring, a Broward County Democrat, is an undercard to the November battles for governor and U.S. senator and has been marked by attacks. Recently, Patronis also has needed to shift attention to his wife undergoing surgery for breast cancer and to his hometown of Panama City taking a devastating hit from Hurricane Michael.Often, the chief financial officer job draws less attention than the other Cabinet positions of attorney general and agriculture commissioner. But the job has a wide range of duties, including oversee-ing the stateÂs purse strings, serving as the state fire mar-shal and voting on Cabinet issues.Ring admits the position is Âextraordinarily important but the lowest profile.ÂŽBut attention in the campaign has focused on issues that have relatively little to do with the jobÂs duties and instead has involved such things as RingÂs resume at the internet com-pany Yahoo!, PatronisÂ crash of a state-issued car while driving to a meeting with a political consultant and PatronisÂ ties to Gov. Rick Scott.ÂThis race has gone very negative very quickly with each creating a website attacking the other Â„ and especially supporters of the other Â„ for all sorts of ques-tionable behavior, unethical and/or illegal,ÂŽ University of Central Florida politicalscience professor Aubrey Jewett said.Ring, noting that former state CFO Alex Sink helped guide the state through the recession a decade ago, painted Patronis as a Ânice guyÂŽ who is only in his current job because of ScottÂs patronage. Scott appointed Patronis to the Cabinet post after former CFO Jeff Atwater resigned last year.ÂIf Rick Scott was CEO of HCA today, he wouldnÂt hire (Patronis) in a junior finance position in his accounting department,ÂŽ Ring said, referring to ScottÂs background as a hospital executive. ÂHeÂd hire him as a community relations person for his hospital, because thatÂs what heÂs good at.ÂŽPatronisÂ campaign, mean-while, has applied the tag ÂRisky RingÂŽ to its opponent, characterizing the Parkland DemocratÂs entrepreneurial track record as Âflops and failures.ÂŽÂRing talks up his experience at Yahoo, but his business record in Florida tells a different story, with multiple business ventures flopping or failing just years after Ring started them or took control,ÂŽ said Katie Strickland, a spokeswoman for the Patronis campaign.Kathryn DePalo, who teaches in Florida International UniversityÂs Department of Politics and International Relations, expects heavy party-line voting in the contest. It will be on the Nov. 6 ballot along with the gubernatorial race between Democrat Andrew Gillum and Republican Ron DeSantis and the U.S. Senate race between Scott and incumbent Demo-crat Bill Nelson.ÂThis is probably the least-known race, so it will come down to which party voters pick at the top of the ticket,ÂŽ DePalo said. ÂThe one wrench in all of that could be ticket splitting, particularly among NPAs (no-party affiliation voters). ÂIf they, say, vote for Gillum for governor and Scott for Senate, then it will be which party they tend to lean toward anyway for these Cabinet races.ÂŽPatronis, 46, is part of a family that operates the half-century-old Capt. AndersonÂs Restaurant in Panama City.An early supporter of ScottÂs first gubernatorial run in 2010, Patronis served eight years in the Florida House and was chairman of the House Economic Affairs Committee. Scott appointed Patronis to the Florida Public Service Commission before choosing him to succeed Atwater as CFO.Last week, Patronis publicly disclosed that his wife, Katie, was being treated for breast cancer. Meanwhile, he rushed to Panama City to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.In his campaign ads, Patronis has highlighted his support during this yearÂs legislative session for a new workersÂ compensation insurance law designed to assist first responders who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder.Patronis said he would like to work with lawmakers to bring down the state corporate income-tax rate as a response to a federal tax package approved in December.ÂBecause of what happened at the federal level, weÂre seeing gasoline being poured on the fire and this rush of folks to move from the Northeast, the Michigans, the New Yorks, the Bostons, the Connecticuts, to a less-tax environment like we have in Florida,ÂŽ Patronis said. ÂTheyÂre bringing their wealth, theyÂre bringing their money. TheyÂre bringing their jobs.ÂŽRing, 48, spent five years with Yahoo!, coming aboard in 1996 as the companyÂs first sales chief, four years after he graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in advertising.PatronisÂ political commit-tee Treasure Florida accused Ring in an ad of falsely claim-ing to be a founder of Yahoo!, but the sources for the claim were three media reports in which the writers affixed the ÂfounderÂŽ label.Ring served in the state Senate from 2006 to 2016, where he was focused on issues involving venture capital, insurance and pensions. Widely viewed as a moderate Democrat, he pushed to create the State Office of Technology and helped establish the Florida Growth Fund through a bill that encouraged the State Board of Administration to invest a portion of state retirement money in ÂhighgrowthÂŽ homegrown tech companies.Ring, a Massachusetts native, said if elected CFO, his priorities would be such things as protecting the state retirement system and expanding an Âinnovation economyÂŽ in the state.Ring also is critical of how the Cabinet has operated under Scott, meeting infrequently and spending most of the time it does meet on ceremonial activities, such as handing out awards and highlighting dogs in need of adoption.ÂThis is the state board of directors of Florida. It has to start acting that way. It has to start meeting once or twice every month and act the way the board is sup-posed to act,ÂŽ Ring said. ÂIf this was a publicly traded company, the shareholders would revolt.ÂŽState CFO race goes Âvery negativeÂPatronis Ring
** The News Herald | Saturday, October 20, 2018 B1 SPORTSBy Dustin Kent747-5065 | @PCNHDustinKent firstname.lastname@example.orgGulf Coast State College announced Thursday afternoon that the Commodore athletics teams will resume their seasons as soon as conditions allow. No ath-letic competitions will occur on the Gulf Coast campus, however, with teams able to finish their seasons offsite and around the state.ÂAlthough weÂre still deter-mining the full extent of the damage to the campus, itÂs important to try to get back to a sense of normalcy as much as possible and wherever possible,ÂŽ Gulf Coast President Dr. John Holdnak said in a statement. ÂWe will move forward with our sports programs while we are rebuilding the college. This is a much needed step forward as we bring our campus back to life.ÂŽOn Nov. 3-4, the Lady Commodores volleyball team will travel to New Port Richey at Pasco-Hernando State College to participate in the Sun-Lakes Conference/ District P Tournament. Gulf Coast athletic director Mike Kandler said the volleyball team may try to get some matches next week to prepare for the tournament. All the matches the Lady Commodores are unable to play will be rendered a Âno contest.ÂŽThe Gulf Coast menÂs and womenÂs basketball teams arenÂt expected to lose any games, although Kandler said some of the games may not be able to be played at the Billy Harrison Field House. The Lady CommodoresÂ season opener against Daytona State, originally set to be played at Gulf Coast, will now be played at Northwest Florida State on Nov. 2.The Panama City Beach Gulf Coast Classic that the Lady Commodores were going to host Nov. 9-10 will also be played at Northwest Florida State, with all the teams originally scheduled to play still set to participate.ÂIÂm not sure if weÂll have anything at home in the first Gulf Coast ready to resume See RESUME, B3 SPORTS | C4SEC FOOTBALLGet a preview of SaturdayÂs SEC football action Florida State, Wake look to get 2nd half started o rightBy Bob FerranteThe Associated PressTALLAHASSEE Â„ Florida State and Wake Forest are desperate for a win with both coming off bye weeks and begin the second half of the season.The Seminoles and Demon Deacons face off on Saturday in an ACC Atlantic Division matchup of programs that are looking to get back on track after shaky starts.Wake Forest (3-3, 0-2 ACC) has allowed 46 points in its last four games, fired its defensive coordinator and then was helpless in a 63-3 loss to Clemson. Florida State (3-3, 1-3) has had growing pains in Willie TaggartÂs first year as coach, losing by 23 points at Syra-cuse and allowed a 20-point, second-half lead slip away at Miami. ÂWe have half of a season left and there are still a lot of goals that we can accom-plish,ÂŽ Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson said. ÂOur focus is on our process and getting better. IÂve had sea-sons that we start well and donÂt finish well and seasons you donÂt start out well and finish right.ÂIÂm very optimistic with this football team that we can find a way to put it together and find a way to get some wins.ÂŽWake Forest has built one of the nationÂs top rushing attacks behind 215-pound junior Cade Carney, who has 446 rushing yards and four TDs. He averages 5.2 yards per carry for the Deacons, who average 232.8 rushing yards per game Â„ 20th in the FBS in rush offense.The Deacons also feature the ACCÂs top receiver in sophomore Greg Dortch, who leads the league with eight receptions per game and has 48 of Wake ForestÂs 106 catches.Meanwhile, Florida State struggled to run behind an injury-plagued offensive line. The Seminoles have committed 14 turnovers and rank 111th in the FBS in pass defense.There have been positive signs for the Seminoles. Junior defensive end Brian Burns has seven of the teamÂs 19 sacks, and Florida State ranks 8th in the FBS in allowing just 101.1 rushing yards per game. The offense has often been one-dimen-sional behind a ground game that has sputtered, but junior quarterback Deondre Francois has connected with freshman Tamorrion Terry on five touchdown passes.A season that began with such high expectations has been underwhelming. Florida State could have built some momentum for the second half of the year with a win at Miami, but couldnÂt close out its rival despite leading 27-7 in the third quarter.ÂI think weÂre getting better in every aspect,ÂŽ Taggart said. ÂWe got to take care of the football. You look at a lot games we lost, we werenÂt good on the turnover battle and thatÂs so important.ÂŽSome other things to watch when Wake Forest visits Florida State: Ground to a haltOne of Florida StateÂs perceived strengths going into 2018 was its talent and depth at running back. But that wasnÂt the case in the first half of the season.Cam Akers has just 362 yards and that includes an 85-yard run in the opener against Virginia Tech. Remove that run, and the sophomore is averaging just 3.2 yards per carry. The SeminolesÂ ground attack ranks 126th in the FBS, averaging just 92.8 yards per game.ÂWeÂre one off every time,ÂŽ guard Cole Minshew said. ÂItÂs four guys doing right, one guy doing wrong. Five guys doing right, one guy doing wrong. Eventually weÂre all going to hit it right.ÂŽ And that could happen on Saturday as Florida State faces the ACCÂs worst rush defense. Wake Forest ranks 121st in the FBS, allowing 236.5 rushing yards per game. Defensive woesWake ForestÂs defense has been a mess.After Boston College scored 41 and Notre Dame dropped 56 on Wake Forest, coach Dave Clawson fired defensive coordinator Jay Sawvel. The main problem: injuries have depleted depth on defense the Demon Dea-cons keep giving up big plays.Boston College scored six touchdowns of 20-plus yards, Notre Dame racked up 566 offensive yards and Clemson had five touch-downs of 50-plus yards. Touchdown streakFlorida State hasnÂt lost to Wake Forest in Tallahassee since 2006. ThatÂs also the last time the Demon Dea-cons scored a touchdown at Doak Campbell Stadium.Wake Forest has managed just 21 points in the last five road losses to the Seminoles, including shutouts in 2010 and Â12. The Demon Deacons have played better against Florida State at home, losing 26-19 in the final minutes in 2017 and 24-16 in 2015.The Seminoles have a six-game win streak overall in the series.In this Sept. 15 Â“ le photo, Florida State head coach Willie Taggart, left, watches a replay beside defensive coordinator Harlon Barnett in the fourth quarter of an NCAA college football game against Syracuse, in Syracuse, N.Y. [NICK LISI/AP FILE PHOTO] BACK AT IT AGAINThe Associated PressHOUSTON Â„ What a birthday present for rookie manager Alex Cora. HeÂs taking the Boston Red Sox back to the World Series.David Price put his postseason woes behind him, pitching the Red Sox past the defending champion Houston Astros 4-1 Thursday night in Game 5 of the AL Championship Series.Next stop for the 108-win Red Sox is Fenway Park for the World Series opener Tuesday night against either the Los Angeles Dodgers or Milwaukee Brewers.But before leaving Minute Maid Park, the Red Sox surrounded the 43-year-old Cora in the clubhouse and heartily sang Âhappy birthday!ÂŽ Wearing goggles and championship gear, the team saluted the first manager from Puerto Rico to take a team to the World Series.Cora was hired a year ago as he prepared to go to the Series as HoustonÂs bench coach. He got the job a month after Hur-ricane Maria devastated his island homeland, and imme-diately went to work helping with relief efforts.ÂI know right know for everything that weÂre going through as a nation, as a country, for me to stand up here with this trophy, I know thereÂs a lot of people proud of me in Puerto Rico,ÂŽ he said.Rafael Devers hit a threerun homer as the Red Sox stunned Justin Verlander to win the best-of-seven set 4-1.ALCS MVP Jackie Bradley Jr., outfielder Mookie Betts and the Red Sox will try to bring Boston its fourth crown Red Sox nish o Astros in 5 gamesSee RED SOX, B3
** B2 Saturday, October 20, 2018 | The News HeraldByTimReynoldsTheAssociatedPressORLANDO,Fla.Â„MoBambaheardhisnameoverOrlandoÂspublicaddress systemforthefirsttime duringintroductions,andwavedhisarmstothecrowdaskingfortheircheers. Thenthegamestarted.HedidnÂthavetosolicitnoiseanymore.WelcometotheNBA,rookieclassof2018-19.Therewere31newcomerswhogottheirfirstofficialplayingtimeWednesday,theinitialhecticnightonthisseasonÂssched-ule.Someofthosedebutswereforgettable,somebarelynoticeable,butafewÂ„like No.1pickDeandreAyton inPhoenix,theNo.6overallpickinBambaandeven undraftedrookieAllonzo TrierinNewYorkÂ„stoodout.ÂFeltprettygood,ÂŽBambasaid.ÂItwaseverythingIexpectedittobe.ÂŽHewasnÂttheonlyrookiesmilingWednesday.Aytonmadehisfirstthree shotsandfinishedwith18 points,10reboundsandsix assistsasPhoenixeasedpast Dallas.Bambawasclutchfor Orlando,puttingtogethera 13-point,seven-rebound,two-blockeffortintheMagicwinoverMiami.Andmaybe itwasfittingÂ„Aytonand Trierhadplentyofbignights togetheratArizonaascollegianslastseason,andtheyhadanotheroneWednesday,albeitabout2,400milesapart.Trierhad15pointsfortheKnicksintheireasywinoverAtlanta,twoofthosepoints comingonadown-the-lane dunkwherehewenteitherpastoroverfourHawksplay-ers,aplaythatevenhadNewYorkcoachDavidFizdalecelebrating.ÂSomethingshappeninagamesometimesandyoujustgo,ÂWhoa,ÂŽÂFizdalesaid.Aftertwonightsofthisseason,35playershavemade theirNBAdebuts.ThatÂsjustthefirstofmanywaves;119 rookiesgotintoatleastone gamelastseason,afigurehelpedmightilybytheemergenceoftwo-waycontracts.LastseasonÂsnewcomertotalwastheleagueÂshighestsince1949-50when120debutedÂ„inlargepartbecausewhatwasthe12-teamBAAtheyearbeforebecamethe17-teamNBAthatseason.AtlantaÂsTraeYoung, theNo.5pickinthedraft,madehisfirstNBAshot.The makewasanotableeventforYoung,whosaidthatheair-balledhisfirstshotattemptinhighschool,incollegeandattheNBASummerLeagueinJuly. Progress,indeed. ÂThisisjustoneofmany,ÂŽYoungsaid,notsounding worriedabouttheHawksÂrockyopener.Noneoftherookiessofar havehadmonsternumbers,butthenagain,thosearerare indebuts.Therecordforpointsby someoneinhisfirstgameis heldbyWiltChamberlain, whoscored43forthePhila-delphiaWarriorsatMadisonSquareGardenagainstthe KnicksonOct.24,1959.Ayearlater,OscarRobertsonÂsfirstNBAgameresulted inhisfirsttriple-double21points,12rebounds,10assists.LeBronJameshad25in2003,twomonthsshyofhis19thbirthday.Thosewerethestartofgreatcareers.ButbadfirstgamesdonÂt doomanyonetoalifeofmediocrity,either.SteveNash,Tracy McGrady,YaoMingand DennisRodmancombinedforzeropointsintheirdebuts.KobeBryantwentscorelesshisfirsttimeoutaswell,andheÂllbejoiningthatfoursomeintheBasketballHallofFamesoonanyway.MichaelJordanshot5for16tostarthiscareer.KevinDurantwent7for22 inhisopeninggamewithSeattle.ÂYouneverforgetthefirstgame,ÂŽsaidMiamiÂsDwyaneWade,whoscored18points inhisdebutin2003andstillrecallshowhespentsomeofthatnightbeingguardedbyAllenIverson.ÂYouÂregoingtogetbetter.YouÂrenervous.YoucanÂtchangethat.ItÂs goingtobeabigmomentinyourlife,andyouÂregoingtogrowfromthatmoment.AndthenyouÂregoingtohavealotofothermoments.ÂŽAytonmighthavelookedreadyonthecourt,butinthelockerroomheÂsgoingtobe remindedofhisnewcomerstatusallseason.TheSunsÂTrevorArizainterruptedAytonÂsfirstNBApostgameinterview.ÂWherearethetowels,rook?ÂŽAriza asked,remindingtherookieofoneofhisrookieduties.Aytonstopped,stepped outandreturnedwithatallstackoftowels. Lighthearted hazingnotwithstanding,theSunsknowwhattheyhave.ÂIknewhewassomethingspecial,ÂŽPhoenixguard DevinBookersaid.ÂIthink peoplearealwaysnervous fortheirfirstgame.ThatÂs usuallythreetripsdown thecourtandthenitjust comesbacktobasketball.Whenyouarethattalentedandhavetheabilitiesthathedoes,thegameisjustgoingtocometoyou.ÂŽ TheRookiesWelcometotheNBA:Ayton, Bamba,Triersparkleindebuts SPORTS TICKER INBRIEFNEWYORKPopWarnerimplements concussion-awareness programforkids PopWarner,thecoun-tryÂslargestyouthfootballprogram,isimplementingaconcussion-awareness initiativeaimedateducatingyoungathletes abouthowtorecognize symptomsofaheadinjury.Theprogramiscalled CrashCourseandwas developedwithStanford Universityeducation, engineeringandmedical researchers.Itusesan interactiveonlinevideo ofahighschoolfootball gameandasymptomssimulator.PopWarnerhas 325,000participantsinitsyouthfootballleagues,includingcheerleading anddance,withabout 225,000players.Pop Warnerofficialsplanto promoteandencourage useoftheprogramtoitscoachesandlocalleagues organizersthroughsocial mediaandemail.SINGAPOREHalepwithd raws fromWTAFinalsTheWomenÂsTennis AssociationsaidThursdaythatNo.1-ranked SimonaHalephaswithdrawnfromtheWTA Finalsbecauseofalower b ackinjury.HalepÂswithdrawal meansKikiBertenshasqualifiedforthefinalspot,joiningAngeliqueKerber,NaomiOsaka,PetraKvi-tova,CarolineWozniacki,SloaneStephens,KarolinaPliskovaandElinaSvito-linainSingaporeforthe $7milliontournamentfromOct.21-28.Halepsays:ÂUnfortunately,aftermuchdiscussionwithmyteamanddoctors,Ihavemadethedecisiontowithdraw...Iwantedtofinish2018onahighaftersuchanincredibleyear,butsadlymybackinjuryhasnÂthealedthewaywehopeditwouldandIneedtoputmylong-termhealthfirst.ÂŽHalepclinchedthe year-endtopranking onMonday.Shehadher b estyearontourin2018,reachingtheAustralianOpenfinalandthenwinningherfirstGrandSlam titleintheFrenchOpena fewmonthslater.JEJUISLAND, SOUTHKOREAReavietakes1st-round leadatCJCupChezReavieovercame cool,windyconditions fora4-under68anda one-strokeleadafterthefirstroundoftheCJCupatNineBridgesonThursday.Inthebreezyconditions,thebacknineofthecourseposedthemostdiffi-culty,butthe36-year-oldAmericanmadetwobirdiesandnegotiateditin35afterstartingonthe10thtee, andthenpickedupthreeshotsonhisfinalnine.DannyWillettandSi WooKimshot69while thelargegroupat70andtiedforfourthincludedIanPoulter,NickWatneyand MichaelKim.BrooksKoepka,play-inginhisfirsttournamentsincebeingvotedPGA Tourplayeroftheyear,shot71andwasinagroupthreestrokesbehind andtiedfor11thwhich includedPaulCaseyandHidekiMatsuyama. TheAssociatedPress ByHowardFendrichTheAssociatedPressSerenaWilliamsÂcoachsaysin-matchcoachingshouldbeallowedintennistohelpthesportÂs popularity.PatrickMouratoglou, whoadmittedheused bannedhandsignals totrytohelpWilliams duringherlossinthe U.S.Openfinal,wrote Thursdayinaposting onTwitterthatmaking coachingpartofthe spectaclewouldlet Âviewersenjoyitasa showÂŽandÂensurethat itremainspivotalinthesport.ÂŽMouratogloualsopointedtowhathecalledaÂhypocrisyÂŽÂ„playerscurrentlyaregettingcoachedattournamentsthatbancoaching.Andhepointedout thatallsortsofindivid-ualsportsÂ„boxing,golf,cyclingÂ„permitath-letestoconsultsomeone duringcompetition.ÂIhaveneverunderstoodwhytennisisjust abouttheonlysportin whichcoachingduringmatchesisnotallowed,ÂŽ Mouratoglouwrote.Quiteabitofdebate aboutthetopicofoncourtcoachingwas sparkedwhenchair umpireCarlosRamosgaveWilliamsacodevio-lationafterMouratoglou gesturedinherdirectionearlyinthesecondset ofNaomiOsakaÂs6-2, 6-4victoryoverthe Americanforthetitleat FlushingMeadowslastmonth.Afewgameslater, Williamsreceived anotherwarning,this timeforsmashingher racket,andthatsecond violationautomatically costherapoint.Eventually,Williamscalled RamosÂathief,ÂŽdraw-ingathirdviolation,thisoneforÂverbalabuse,ÂŽ whichcostheragame. Williamswasfinedatotalof$17,000thenextday,including$4,000forcoaching,whichisnot allowedinGrandSlammatches.TheWTAdoesallow coachingduringwomenÂsmatchesatothertournaments.ThetourÂsCEO,SteveSimon,said intheaftermathofthe U.S.Openfinalthat itÂshouldbeallowedacrossthesport.ÂŽThesportÂsvarious governingbodiesand GrandSlamtourna-mentshavebeenlookingattheissue,withsome soundingmorewilling thanotherstoconsider permittingcoaching.Wimbledon,forexample,hasmadeclearthatitisÂfundamentallyopposedtoanyformofcoachingduringamatch.ÂŽBanningcoaching, Mouratoglouwrote Thursday,Âalmost makesitlookasifithad tobehidden,orasifitwasshameful.ÂŽHecalledtheissue Âsymptomaticofthe confrontationbetween twowaysofthinking: Theconservative,traditionalistwayandthe modern,progressiveway.ÂŽ High court SerenaÂscoachsays in-matchcoaching wouldboosttennis OrlandocenterMoBambacelebratesduringagameagainsttheHeatonWednesdayinOrlando,Fla. TheMagicwon104-101.[STEPHENM.DOWELL/ORLANDOSENTINEL]SunscenterDeandreAyton(22)backsdownMavericksguard WesleyMatthewsduringtheÂ“rsthalfWednesdayinPhoenix.[MATTYORK/THEASSOCIATEDPRESS]
** The News Herald | Saturday, October 20, 2018 B3 WEATHER 6 a.m Noon6 p.m Low Hazard Medium Hazard High Hazard Water closed to public Dangerous Marine Life High Low 83/53 84/56 83/52 85/57 84/59 85/54 85/54 88/55 87/55 75/45 87/57 84/54 88/58 86/60 87/61 87/60 89/58 84/5873/5677/6477/6480/64Mostly sunny; breezy, not as warm Partly sunny and nice Mostly cloudy with rain possible Variable clouds, a t-storm possible8472837958Winds: NNE 10-20 mph Winds: E 8-16 mph Winds: E 7-14 mph Winds: ESE 7-14 mph Winds: W 6-12 mphBlountstown 12.77 ft. 15 ft. Caryville 9.56 ft. 12 ft. Clairborne 35.30 ft. 42 ft. Century 7.67 ft. 17 ft. Coffeeville, AL 2.85 ft. 29 ft. Through 7 a.m. Fri.Apalachicola 2:18a 8:18a 1:28p 8:34p Destin 7:35a 4:39p ----West Pass 1:51a 7:51a 1:01p 8:07p Panama City 7:42a 3:41p 10:21p --Port St. Joe 6:44a 1:12a 11:24p 2:37p Okaloosa Island 6:08a 3:45p 11:30p --Milton 9:48a 7:00p ----East Bay 8:52a 6:30p ----Pensacola 8:08a 5:13p ----Fishing Bend 8:49a 6:04p ----The Narrows 9:45a 8:04p ----Carrabelle 12:53a 6:05a 12:03p 6:21pForecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2018FullLastNewFirst Oct 24Oct 31Nov 7Nov 15Sunrise today ........... 6:47 a.m. Sunset tonight .......... 6:06 p.m. Moonrise today ........ 4:09 p.m. Moonset today ......... 2:52 a.m. Today Sun. Today Sun.Clearwater 86/74/pc 81/67/pc Daytona Beach 89/69/pc 76/65/pc Ft. Lauderdale 89/75/pc 88/77/pc Gainesville 90/62/pc 77/54/pc Jacksonville 90/59/pc 72/55/s Jupiter 89/73/pc 85/74/pc Key Largo 86/75/pc 86/77/pc Key West 88/80/pc 87/79/sh Lake City 89/59/pc 73/47/s Lakeland 90/71/sh 81/62/pc Melbourne 91/73/pc 83/69/pc Miami 89/74/pc 89/76/pc Naples 88/71/pc 88/71/s Ocala 90/65/pc 79/55/pc Okeechobee 90/69/pc 84/67/pc Orlando 90/71/pc 80/64/pc Palm Beach 88/75/pc 85/76/pc Tampa 89/72/pc 84/65/pc Today Sun. Today Sun.Baghdad 91/69/pc 87/71/sh Berlin 55/40/pc 56/40/pc Bermuda 77/73/pc 81/68/sh Hong Kong 81/75/pc 81/75/pc Jerusalem 73/59/pc 75/60/s Kabul 70/41/s 70/41/s London 62/46/s 64/45/c Madrid 71/55/t 70/52/t Mexico City 68/57/sh 67/56/sh Montreal 53/31/r 40/26/pc Nassau 87/76/pc 88/73/pc Paris 65/42/pc 65/47/s Rome 77/57/pc 74/53/s Tokyo 69/59/sh 70/57/s Toronto 51/32/sh 44/35/sf Vancouver 57/44/pc 57/43/pc Today Sun. Today Sun.Albuquerque 67/43/pc 66/48/s Anchorage 49/44/pc 51/40/c Atlanta 69/44/sh 65/43/s Baltimore 67/42/pc 54/35/pc Birmingham 68/43/c 63/42/s Boston 67/42/c 49/34/s Charlotte 73/41/r 61/37/s Chicago 50/28/sh 50/39/s Cincinnati 60/32/pc 52/33/s Cleveland 56/37/sh 47/36/pc Dallas 71/49/c 67/50/pc Denver 67/40/s 72/41/s Detroit 52/32/sh 48/35/pc Honolulu 84/75/t 85/75/pc Houston 74/59/c 73/51/c Indianapolis 58/30/pc 51/36/s Kansas City 61/32/s 61/46/s Las Vegas 80/62/pc 77/60/pc Los Angeles 89/63/s 81/61/s Memphis 70/41/pc 59/40/s Milwaukee 46/29/c 50/39/pc Minneapolis 44/29/s 56/34/s Nashville 67/36/pc 57/36/s New Orleans 85/62/c 73/61/s New York City 64/44/c 49/38/s Oklahoma City 68/43/s 65/48/pc Philadelphia 65/43/c 51/36/pc Phoenix 91/69/pc 88/69/pc Pittsburgh 55/34/sh 44/33/pc St. Louis 62/32/s 57/40/s Salt Lake City 69/47/s 70/50/pc San Antonio 68/61/r 67/53/c San Diego 81/62/s 77/62/s San Francisco 72/52/s 67/51/s Seattle 62/46/s 61/47/s Topeka 64/32/s 65/46/s Tucson 86/67/pc 85/63/pc Wash., DC 68/46/pc 55/39/pcSundayMondayTuesdayWednesday Gulf Temperature: 80 Today: Wind from the westnorthwest at 4-8 knots. Seas less than a foot. Visibility under 2 miles in an afternoon shower or thunderstorm. Tomorrow: Wind from the northeast at 10-20 knots. Seas 2-4 feet. Visibility generally unrestricted.Variably cloudy today with a shower or thunderstorm in the area. Winds west 4-8 mph. Partly cloudy tonight. Winds north 8-16 mph.High/low ......................... 89/68 Last year's high/low ....... 81/54 Normal high/low ............. 81/60 Record high ............. 89 (2018) Record low ............... 40 (1977)Thursday .......................... 0.00" Month to date .................. 3.28" Normal month to date ...... 2.30" Year to date ................... 45.88" Normal year to date ........ 51.29" Average humidity .............. 58%for ThursdayHigh/low ......................... 86/66 Last year's high/low ....... 81/60 Normal high/low ............. 78/62 Record high ............. 88 (1985) Record low ............... 38 (1954)Thursday .......................... 0.00" Month to date .................. 2.02" Normal month to date ...... 2.63" Year to date .................... 47.29" Normal year to date ........ 51.96" Average humidity .............. 54%PANAMA CITY Port St. Joe Apalachicola Tallahassee Perry Quincy Monticello Marianna Chipley DeFuniak Springs Pensacola FORT WALTON BEACH Crestview Destin Carrabelle Mobile Bainbridge ValdostaFLORIDA CITIESCity Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W WORLD CITIESCity Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W NATIONAL CITIESCity Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W TODAY FIVE DAY FORECAST FOR NORTHWEST FLORIDAHigh LowREGIONAL WEATHERWeather(W): ssunny, pcpartly cloudy, ccloudy, shshowers, tthunderstorms, rrain, sfsnow Â” urries, snsnow, iice. Shown is todayÂs weather. Temperatures are todayÂs highs and tonightÂs lows.Shown are todayÂs noon postions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day.TIDESMARINE FORECASTBEACH FLAG WARNINGSThe higher the AccuWeather.com UV IndexÂ’ number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection.0-2 Low; 3-5 Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10 Very High; 11+ Extreme10 a.m.Noon2 p.m.4 p.m.UV INDEX TODAYALMANACSUN AND MOON MOON PHASESRIVER LEVELS Offshore Northwest Florida Flood Level StageApalachicola Choctawhatchee Alabama Escambia Tombigbee Temperatures PrecipitationPanama CityTemperatures PrecipitationFort Walton BeachIN BRIEFMore Panhandle teams set to return to actionMore area football pro-grams have announced they are going to continue their high school football seasons in the wake of Hurricane Michael.Vernon and Holmes County had already announced their plans to play each other in Boni-fay on Friday night, while Liberty County was set to play host to Lighthouse Private Christian Acad-emy on Friday afternoon.Blountstown has also announced it will play its scheduled home game next week against Walton, while Wewahitchka will carry on with its road contest at Frank-lin County. The Gators will play the Seahawks on Oct. 26 in Eastpoint at 7 p.m., and they also intend to play Nov. 2 at home against Florida A&M for Senior Night.Blountstown and Walton are planning to play their game Oct. 27 at 11 a.m., at Holmes County High School, according to Blue Devils coach Kevin Womble, though he said it hadnÂt been 100 percent confirmed.Franklin County will make up its previously canceled game with Lighthouse Private Christian Academy on Oct. 30 and play Munroe as scheduled on Nov. 2. Marianna will host Holmes County on Oct. 26 at 3 p.m. Port St. Joe has also expressed a desire to continue playing and still has its Nov. 2 game at North Florida Christian scheduled. The News Herald semester,ÂŽ Kandler said. ÂThat said, we might be play-ing at home in two weeks. Right now, weÂre putting together a tentative schedule for how this works if the gym is not available.ÂŽBoth menÂs and womenÂs basketball teams have canceled their final preseason jamborees for today, with the GC men originally scheduled to play Faulkner in Montgomery, Ala., and the women canceling their appearance in the South-ern Jamboree in Tallahassee.Lady Commodores coach Roonie Scovel said she expected to have all of her players back in town by this afternoon and to have their first practice since the hurri-cane Sunday. MenÂs coach Jay Powell said all of his players evacuated and havenÂt gotten back yet. The Gulf Coast men open the regular season Nov. 2 against Coastal Alabama-South at Pensacola State.Kandler said itÂs difficult to know the full extent of the damage to the Billy Harrison Field House until Belfor Prop-erty Restoration finishes its work on the gym. ÂItÂs just kind of vague,ÂŽ he said. ÂWe know there is some water damage in the building. I donÂt know if anybody has even assessed how much is in the building yet. (Belfor) will come in and do their stuff and weÂll do what we can to get everything back and playable.ÂŽKandler, who is also the CommodoresÂ baseball coach, said there was Âsignificant fence damageÂŽ to the base-ball and softball fields, adding, ÂBut we have a little bit of time on that. WeÂll take care of our immediate needs first and then theyÂll get to ours.ÂŽThere still is no set date for when Gulf Coast will resume classes, but Kandler said he hopes and believes that the schoolÂs athletic teams wonÂt lose any more games than they already have.ÂObviously, volleyball lost part of the schedule, thereÂs nothing we can do about that,ÂŽ he said. ÂOur hope is that our sports program wonÂt lose any more games of the schedule. If we have to play some home games on the road, weÂll make those adjustments. I hope baseball and softball will be ready to go. The only guarantee is we will be playing, itÂs just a matter of where.ÂŽ RESUMEFrom Page B1 in 15 years Â„ this is their first trip since winning it all in 2013.Los Angeles has a 3-2 lead in the NLCS going into Game 6 on Friday night at Miller Park.ÂWe got four more wins. That was very, very spe-cial, absolutely. But we want more,ÂŽ Price said.Pitching on only three daysÂ rest after Boston ace Chris Sale was ruled out while recovering from a stomach illness, Price struck out nine in six shutout innings of three-hit ball. The left-hander, who has had a rough time in Boston since signing a $217 million contract before the 2016 season, entered 0-9 with a 6.16 ERA in 11 career postseason starts.Price was warming in the bullpen as Game 4 ended, perhaps jeopardizing his readiness for Thursday. Instead, that session may have keyed his dominant performance.ÂIt felt good. Honestly, it really started last night in the bullpen. Threw quite a few pitches to come in for the next hitter, found something out while doing that and kind of just carried that over to today,ÂŽ Price said.Price tipped his cap to a few hundred Red Sox fans assem-bled behind the Boston dugout while they cheered as he walked off the field following postgame interviews.After dropping the opener at home, Boston took four straight Â„ including three in a row in Houston to improve to 5-0 on the road in these playoffs.The Red Sox are the first team to win four straight postseason games against a 100-win club since the 2004 Red Sox against both the Yankees and Cardi-nals, STATS said.ÂSince Day One, we knew we had something special. We just needed to stay healthy and go out and execute,ÂŽ Bradley said.Left fielder Andrew Benintendi caught a long fly for the last out Â„ not nearly as dramatic as his game-saving diving grab the previous night.ÂThe last out yesterday was like around 12:10. So we won two on my birthday. IÂll take it. IÂll take it,ÂŽ Cora said.There was a smattering of boos from the home crowd as the Red Sox charged onto the field, embracing as they jumped around near the middle of the diamond. They posed for a team picture on the mound a couple of minutes later as members of HoustonÂs pitching staff slowly walked by, glancing at the revelry on their way back from the bullpen.ÂThey beat us. We ran out of wins,ÂŽ Astros manager AJ Hinch said. Despite leading the majors in wins during the regular season, the Red Sox were underdogs against a Houston team that defeated the Dodgers in last yearÂs World Series and romped past Cleveland in the Division Series this month.But stars Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa and the Astros hobbled to the finish in a hum-bling defeat. Still, no team has repeated as World Series champs since the New York Yankees won three straight from 1998-2000. RED SOXFrom Page B1Boston Red Sox relief pitcher Craig Kimbrel celebrates with catcher Christian Vazquez after winning the American League Championship. [AP PHOTO/DAVID J. PHILLIP]
** B4 Saturday, October 20, 2018 | The News Herald THISWEEKINTHE PLAYERTOWATCH JordanTaÂamu,QB,Mississippi: Accountedfor528yardsoftotaloffense andengineeredalategame-winning drivetohelptheRebelscomebackfora 37-33winoverArkansas. E ASTCONFALL T EAMW-LW-LPFPAHOME AWAY F lorida4-16-12411163-13-0 G eorgia4-16-12731144-02-1 K entucky3-15-1176834-01-1 S outhCarolina2-33-31731552-21-1 T ennessee1-23-31601522-21-1 M issouri0-33-32051832-11-2 V anderbilt0-33-41781813-20-2 WESTCONFALL TEAMW-LW-LPFPAHOME AWAY Alabama4-07-03751065-02-0 LSU3-16-12241185-01-1 TexasA&M3-15-22261444-11-1 OleMiss1-25-22912463-12-1 MississippiState1-24-2186763-11-1 Auburn1-34-31961164-20-1 Arkansas0-41-61832581-30-3 BESTOFTHERESTThisweekendÂsothertopconferencegames(alltimesEDT)KEYSFORLSU Stackthebox: Mississippi Statehastoruntheballwell towinandNickFitzgerald ismostdangerouswhenhe getssomemomentumonthe ground.LSUneedstoload upatthepointofattackand eliminaterunninglanesto forcetheBulldogstothrow. Punchitin: TheTigers havescoredalmost94percentofthetimewhenthey reachtheredzone,with touchdownsaccountingfora littlemorethanhalfofthose scores.LSUneedstogetseven pointseverychanceitgets andnotgetinalower-scoring battleoffieldgoals. KEYSFOR MISSISSIPPISTATE Godeep: TheBulldogs wouldbewellservedtohita fewdeeppassesearlyinthe gametotakethehostileLSU crowdoutofitandmakethe Tigersrespectthepassing game.Evenonelong-ballconnectionmightmakesafeties thinktwiceaboutbeingtoo aggressiveinrunsupport. MakeLSUpass: JoeBurrowshassettledintothe quarterbackpositionatLSU butisstillpronetoerratic throwsandalowcompletion percentage.TheTigersare bestwhentheyarebalanced. MississippiStaterankssecondintheSECinrundefense andneedstomatchLSUÂs physicalityinthetrenches. PREDICTION LSU20,MississippiState 17: DeathValleywillbehoppingwiththeTigerscoming offabigwinoverGeorgia, andMississippiStateisridingmomentumoffitsopen dateafterbestingAuburnthe weekendbefore.Thiscould beaslugfest,butLSUhas afewtoomanyweaponsto losetotheBulldogsathome. G AMEOFTHEWEEK NO.22MISSISSIPPIST.(4-2)ATNO.5LSU(6-1) W hen: 7p.m.EDTSaturday Where: TigerStadium,BatonRouge,La. TV: ESPNPOWERRANKINGSBreakingdowntheSEC 1.Alabama(7-0): DependingonTuaÂsknee? Topofthepoll.BringinJalen?Topofthe poll.Livechickenatquarterback?Maybe No.2. 2.Georgia(6-1): Hugetransitiveproperty warhere,butGeorgiastaysatNo.2despite thelossÂ…fornow. 3.Florida(6-1): TheGatorsarestartingto showsomeofthatoldGatorswagger.Even DanMullen. 4.LSU(6-1): ObviouslycouldbeNo.2and mightjumpupwithawinoverMississippi State. 5.MississippiState(4-2): NickFitzpatrick willtakeanotherweekofpunishmentbut MSUdoeshaveachanceinBatonRouge. 6.TexasA&M(5-2): $75millioncreatesalot ofexpectations,butAggieboostershaveto feellikeJimbohaspaidoffsofar. 7.Kentucky(5-1): TheGeorgialosshasto haveraisedeyebrowsinLexingtoninterms ofTheImpossibleDream:atriptoAtlanta. 8.Auburn(4-3): Withouthandingoutany blameforthemess,thisteamisamess. 9.OleMiss(5-2): Thelossofwidereceiver D.K.Metcalfisaharshblowforateamthat waslookingatanupsetbidagainstAuburn. 10.SouthCarolina(3-3): ThisisnÂtaterrible team,butitsurehashadaÂmehÂŽyear. 11.Missouri(3-3): TigersbetternotoverlookMemphis,especiallyifapost-Alabama hangoverhassetin. 12.Tennessee(3-3): JeremyPruittonce famouslycouldnotidentifyasparagus. Thisweekend,hewillprobablyrecognize Âsquash.ÂŽ 13.Vanderbilt(3-4): DerekMasonÂ“ghting theopposingheadcoachinsteadofplaying thegameswoulddowondersforVandyÂs record. 14.Arkansas(1-6): Heartbreakcontinues fortheHogs,whoneedawinoverTulsafor somesolace. POWEREDBYWEEKLYE-EDITION: FormorecoverageofcollegefootballaroundthenationÂ„plusin-depthreportsfromallofthe PowerFiveconferencesÂ„checkoutthe8-pagee-edition,Varsity,everySaturdayonourwebsite. Lastweek: 1 Lastweek: 2 Lastweek: 6 Lastweek: 4 Lastweek: 3 Lastweek: 7 Lastweek: 8 Lastweek: 5 Lastweek: 11 Lastweek: 9 Lastweek: 10 Lastweek: 13 Lastweek: 12 Lastweek: 14STANDINGSThroughOct.13PASSINGYARDS PlayerYds. JordanTaÂamu,MISS2,298 KellenMond,TA&M1,800 TuaTagovailoa,ALA1,760 KyleShurmur,VAN1,629 DrewLock,MIZ1,629 PASSINGTOUCHDOWNS PlayerNo. TuaTagovailoa,ALA21 FeleipeFranks,FLA15 JordanTaÂamu,MISS15 JakeFromm,UGA13 DrewLock,MIZ12 RUSHINGYARDS PlayerYds. T.Williams,TA&M798 ScottiePhillips,MISS723 BennySnellJr.,UK699 NickBrossette,LSU640 NickFitzgerald,MSST513 RECEIVINGYARDS PlayerYds. JerryJeudy,ALA705 A.J.Brown,MISS650 D.K.Metcalf,MISS569 KalijaLipscomb,VAN560 J.Sternberger,TA&M496 SCORING PlayerPts. ColeTracy,PK,LSU74 S.Phillips,RB,MISS66 R.Blankenship,PK,UGA63 JosephBulovas,PK,ALA63 T.McCann,PK,MIZ62 ROUNDINGITOUTThisweekendÂsothergames SATURDAYTime(ET)MatchupTV NoonTulsaatArkansasSECN 4p.m.MemphisatMissouriSECNBYTHENUMBERSSECindividualstatisticalleadersthroughOct.13 A UBURN(4-3,1-3)AT OLEMISS(5-2,1-2) When: NoonSaturday Where: Oxford,Miss. TV: SEC Notes: Where,ohwherehasthat Auburnteamgone?Youknow,the onethatopenedtheseasonwitha winoverWashington?Afterlosses toMississippiStateandTennessee inback-to-backweeks,theTigers arereelingwithatriptoOleMiss upnext.TheRebssurearenÂtfeelingsorryfortheirWesternrival. NO.1ALABAMA(7-0,4-0)AT TENNESSEE(3-3,1-2) When: 3:30p.m.Saturday Where: Knoxville,Tenn. TV: CBS Notes: Inarivalrygame,soyou neverknowwhatÂsgoingtohappen whenÂƒ.OK,letÂsstoprightthere. Yes,itÂsabigrivalry,andyesAlabamawillmostlikelygoinandtreat theVolslikeithaseveryotherteam thisseason.Buthey,TennesseeÂs winoverAuburnlastweekatleast getsyoupayingalittlecloserattentiontothismatchup.DoesnÂtit? VANDERBILT(3-4,0-3)AT KENTUCKY(5-1,3-1) When: 7:30p.m.Saturday Where: Lexington,Ky. TV: SEC Notes: WithGeorgiaÂslossto LSUlastSaturday,Kentuckycan actuallypictureitselfplaying theBulldogsintwoweeksfora chancetowintheSECEast.But whoathere,Wildcats,donÂtlook toofarahead.TheCommodores nearlybeatFloridalastweekand theymustmakethetriptoMissourinextweek. BOUNCINÂAT THEBAYOUWINOVERGEORGIAHASLSUBACKIN THENATIONALTITLECONVERSATION LSUsafetyJohnBattle(26) interceptsapassfrom GeorgiaquarterbackJake FrommonSaturdayinBaton Rouge,La.[BOBANDRES/ ATLANTAJOURNALCONSTITUTION VIAAP]
** The News Herald | Saturday, October 20, 2018 B5 PLAYERTOWATCH MichaelCarter,RB,NorthCarolina: Rushedfor 165yardson18carriesintheTarHeelsÂ22-19lossto VirginiaTech. A TLANTICCONFALL T EAMW-LW-LPFPAHOME AWAY C lemson3-06-0253873-03-0 N .C.State2-05-0165844-01-0 B ostonCollege2-15-22771824-01-2 S yracuse1-24-22581513-01-2 F loridaState1-33-31381512-11-2 W akeForest0-23-31942212-31-0 L ouisville0-42-51432342-20-2 COASTALCONFALL TEAMW-LW-LPFPAHOME AWAY VirginiaTech3-04-21971471-13-1 Virginia2-14-21671154-00-2 Miami2-15-22621274-01-1 Pittsburgh2-13-41702163-10-3 Duke1-15-11921062-13-0 NorthCarolina1-21-41031691-10-3 GeorgiaTech1-33-42621982-21-2 BESTOFTHERESTThisweekendÂsothertopconferencegames(alltimesEDT)KEYSFORN.C.STATE Believeintheimpossible: TheTigersopenedas a16-pointfavorite,soobviouslythereÂsnotalotofbelief outsideofRaleighinthe Wolfpack.Butaftermissing ashortfieldgoalattheendof regulationthatwouldhave b eatenClemsononitshome fieldin2016,andlosingby justatouchdownlastseason, N.C.Stateisconfidentinits abilitytocompetewithand b eatwiththeTigersthistime. Holdingtheline: ClemsonÂsdefensivefrontisan intimidatingfoursomethat hastheabilitytotakeover games.TheWolfpackoffensivelinehastocreatesome runningroomandprotect quarterbackRyanFinley becauseitÂlltakeproductionrunningandpassingto keeptheTigersoffbalance. KEYSFORCLEMSON KeepEtiennehot: SophomorerunningbackTravis Etiennehasbeenunstoppablethelastfourgames, rackingup654yardsand ninetouchdowns.EtienneÂs emergencehastakenthe pressureofffreshmanquarterbackTrevorLawrence ashecontinuestotransitionintothestartingrole. StoptheWolfpackon thirddown: N.C.StateÂs offensehasbeenbetteron third-downconversionsthan anyteaminthecountryso farthisseason(58.5%).The Tigersneedtolowerthat numbersignificantlytokeep theWolfpackoffenseincheck. PREDICTION Clemsonhaslookedvulnerablethisseasonattimes,and N.C.Stateisateamcapable ofbeatingtheTigersifthings goitsway.Butwhilethe Wolfpackshouldcoverthe 16-pointspread,itshardto imagineaClemsonteamcomingoffabyeweekandplaying athomelosingthismatchup whichwilllikelydetermine theACCAtlanticDivisionwinner. G AMEOFTHEWEEK NO.16N.C.STATE(5-0,2-0)ATNO.3CLEMSON(6-0,3-0) W hen: 3:30p.m.EDTSaturday Where: MemorialStadium,Clemson,S.C. TV: ESPNPOWERRANKINGSBreakingdowntheACC 1.Clemson(6-0): Tigershavehugehome showdownagainstN.C.State. 2.N.C.State(5-0): LikeClemson,the Wolfpackhadaweekoffbeforethebig showdown. 3.VirginiaTech(4-2): Hokiesfortunatethey puttogether98-yardwinningdriveatNorth Carolinaafterrecoveringfumble. 4.Duke(5-1): BlueDevilshavethreeroad victories,butneedtobeatVirginiaathome. 5.Miami(5-2): Hurricaneslosttheirvibeon offenseandcouldnÂtpulloffcomebackat Virginia. 6.FloridaState(3-3): Seminolescanstill makenoisewiththetopteamsontheslate, butÂ“rstavisitfromWakeForest. 7.BostonCollege: EaglesÂ“ndawaytowin withoutrunningbackAJDillon,butitwould bemorefunwithhiminuniform. 8.Virginia(4-2): Cavaliershaveachanceto backuptheupsetofMiamiwithgameat Duke. 9.Pittsburgh(3-4): PantherssuddenlyturningheadsdespitetoughlossatNotreDame. 10.GeorgiaTech(3-4): YellowJacketscome undonebyturnoversvs.Duke. 11.Syracuse(4-2): OrangehasÂ“rstofthree straightgamesagainstteamsfromNorth Carolina,withtheTarHeelsupÂ“rstinthis stretch. 12.WakeForest(3-3): Recoveringfrom 60-pointlossnormallywouldbedifÂ“cult withnextgameatFloridaState.Atleast therewasanopenweekinbetween. 13.NorthCarolina(1-4): TarHeelsdidjust abouteverythingexceptwinvs.Virginia Tech.Isthereyetanotherquarterback crisis? 14.Louisville(2-5): CardinalsshowshortlivedsparkinlossatBostonCollege. Lastweek: 1 Lastweek: 3 Lastweek: 4 Lastweek: 5 Lastweek: 2 Lastweek: 6 Lastweek: 7 Lastweek: 9 Lastweek: 10 Lastweek: 8 Lastweek: 11 Lastweek: 12 Lastweek: 13 Lastweek: 14STANDINGSThroughOct.13PASSINGYARDS PlayerYds. RyanFinley,NCST1,621 DeondreFrancois,FSU1,506 SamHartman,WAKE1,259 AnthonyBrown,BC1,238 JawonPass,LOU1,229 PASSINGTOUCHDOWNS PlayerNo. AnthonyBrown,BC14 BrycePerkins,UVA11 DeondreFrancois,FSU11 NÂKosiPerry,MIAMI11 TrevorLawrence,CLEM11 RUSHINGYARDS PlayerYds. TravisEtienne,CLEM761 AJDillon,BC652 QadreeOllison,PITT646 TaQuonMarshall,GT598 JordanEllis,UVA564 RECEIVINGYARDS PlayerYds. GregDortch,WAKE592 KelvinHarmon,NCST534 O.Zaccheaus,UVA516 DamonHazelton,VT515 JamalCustis,SYR430 SCORING PlayerPts. AndreSzmyt,PK,SYR78 TravisEtienne,RB,CLEM72 TaQuonMarshall,QB,GT54 BubbaBaxa,PK,MIAMI50 NickSciba,PK,WAKE49 BYTHENUMBERSACCindividualstatisticalleadersthroughOct.13 NORTHCAROLINA(1-4,1-1) A TSYRACUSE(4-2,1-2) When: 12:20p.m.Saturday Where: WallaceWadeStadium, Durham,N.C. TV: Raycom Notes: ThisistheÂ“rstmeeting sinceSyracusejoinedtheACC.... Theseriesistied2-2,thoughthe teamshavenÂtmetsincea2003 non-leaguegamewonindoubleovertimebySyracuse....Thisis SyracuseÂshomecominggame.... NorthCarolinaÂslonevictorycame againstPittsburgh. VIRGINIA(4-2,2-1) ATDUKE(5-1,1-1) When: 12:30p.m.Saturday Where: WallaceWadeStadium, Durham,N.C. TV: RSN Notes: Virginialeadstheseries 36-33,includingathree-gamewinningstreakvs.Duke....DukeWR T.J.Rahminghas202receptions, thefourth-mostinprogramhistory. ...Virginiahasseveninterceptions intwomeetingswithDukeQB DanielJones,whohasthrown22 totalpicksin29careergames. WAKEFOREST(3-3,0-2)AT FLORIDASTATE(3-3,1-3) When: 3:30p.m.Saturday Where: DoakCampbellStadium, Tallahassee,Fla. TV: ESPN2 Notes: FloridaStateleadsthe series29-6-1,includingasix-game winningstreak....FloridaState allowsjust101.2rushingyardsper game,theeighth-bestmarkinthe country....WakeForestWRGreg Dortchneededjust14gamesto reach100careerreceptions,the fastesttodosoinschoolhistory. WOLFPACK ATTACKCLEMSONTAKESONSURPRISING N.C.STATEINBATTLEOFUNBEATENSTHISWEEKINTHE POWEREDBYWEEKLYE-EDITION: FormorecoverageofcollegefootballaroundthenationÂ„plusin-depthreportsfrom allofthePowerFiveconferencesÂ„checkoutthe8-pagee-edition,Varsity,everySaturdayonourwebsite. NorthCarolinaStateÂsRickyPersonJr. (20)istackledbyBostonCollegeÂsWill Harris(8)duringthesecondhalfOct. 6inRaleigh,N.C.[GERRYBROOME/THE ASSOCIATEDPRESS] [WILFREDOLEE/THEASSOCIATEDPRESS]
** B6 Saturday, October 20, 2018 | The News Herald FAITHStephanie Nusbaum, Faith editor email@example.com, 850-747-5073 Calendar submissions: firstname.lastname@example.orgLast week I wrote about the beauty from the ashes that would arise from this storm that ravaged our county. This week has been full of such stories. As per normal, when I got to Thursday, I considered the glory the Lord has shined around. From the many I have witnessed Â„ I saw this in real time. I asked a volunteer (Stacy, from Woodlawn in PCB) to grab a photo then write this and send it my way. Daniel and his son came all the way from Ohio to bring supplies collected in their community. They distributed throughout the community and before leaving Bay County drove past my branch of the church in Parker. They saw us out there delivering food and other basic necessities and decided they would leave what they had left. They had some water and a teddy bear with a note. The bear was donated by a woman in Ohio named Linda who had a special connection with the teddy. She knew that she was being called to let the teddy go so she attached a note and asked Daniel to pass it on to a child. Daniel got to Parker and told the volunteers that he had to get back on the road to head home and still had not heard from God which child to give it to despite seeing many children. He left the bear with our volunteer Stacy, as she assured him that she would wait for God to tell her. Daniel left to return back to Ohio. Another volunteer, within hearing of the conversation, stated that he believed that the little girl from a family who came by this morning needed the bear and went back to his work. Later, another volunteer came up and after hearing about the bear said, Âthe little girl from this morning needs the bear.ÂŽ Volunteers knew if the bear was for that little girl that God would bring her back. As the volunteers began to prepare to leave an energy of activity began to sound in the parking lot as volunteers motioned. The little girl had returned. Volunteers ran with the teddy bear to this chosen little girl, Royalle. She beamed with the most beautiful smile and embraced her new teddy bear as her mother stood in awe and tearful of the love she witnessed. LindaÂs teddy bear was now in arms of a child who needed comfort during her darkest day! LindaÂs hope was that someone would know that they were not abandoned and today God showed his love through the gift of a treasured teddy bear. The day earlier, my son and I walked around my neighborhood, where the storm spared none of us. I met many who received with great joy the disaster buckets made by volunteers up in Decatur, Alabama. My son Scott returned home with great excitement telling me how heÂd just witnessed a true glory sighting. He told me this: Walking down the street I saw a Carolyn who said, ÂI love your DadÂs columns; I read them every week.ÂŽ She said she was good on supplies but that she was so happy when she found out that my dad was the preacher at Parker because she just loved reading these sightings. I also drove further down the street and found somebody who said they needed some ice and I told them that earlier down the street there were people who were offering ice and that I would be happy to go down and pick up some and bring her some back. So I went over to the house and picked up two bags of ice and went right back down the street and deliver it to the people, telling Miss Betty, their neighbor right down the road, was giving her this ice. Scott and both neighbors knew they were witnessing God at work, caring for them all, in the midst of their devastation. God is here caring for us all in the midst of our storms. Look for it. Be it. When you catch a Glory Sighting, consider sharing it with this column via email@example.com, Facebook at ParkerPastor, call 871-4747 and on the web at mypumc. org. The Rev Jack Stanley serves as pastor of the UMC of Parker.GLORY SIGHTINGSLove shines through dark days J a c k S t a n l e y Jack Stanley Jewish prayer book annotated by actress, who converted in 1956, could fetch thousandsBy Isaac Stanley-BeckerThe Washington PostMarilyn Monroe was the woman on the screen Â„ hardly even real, so exalted was her public image.But she was also a person of the book, as some Jews call themselves. The actress converted to Judaism in 1956 when she married the playwright Arthur Miller, who was of Polish-Jewish descent. Now, more than half a century after MonroeÂs death in 1962, her personal prayer book Â„ known as a siddur, derived from the Hebrew for ÂorderÂŽ Â„ is going under the hammer in New York. It could be worth thousands.Annotations are believed to have been inscribed by the actress herself, record-ing the instructions that she had received either from Miller or from the rabbi who had given her the book.ÂOmit,ÂŽ it says next to certain prayers. ÂSkip.ÂŽThe auction on Nov. 12 brings new attention to a little-known side of a celebrity about whom everything is known, from her movies to her marriages to her melancholy. Numer-ous items have been sold over the years, including her lipstick and leather san-dals, her nose drops, and an X-ray of her chest.But her prayer book reveals something different about the star of ÂThe Seven Year ItchÂŽ and ÂSome Like It HotÂŽ who once said, according to Ms. Magazine, ÂI restore myself when IÂm alone. A career is born in public Â„ talent in privacy.ÂŽÂIt means that deep inside, she has a Jewish soul,ÂŽ said Jonathan Greenstein, the owner of the auction house J. Greenstein & Co., which is running the sale in Cedar-hurst, New York. ÂShe took it very seriously, even after she left Arthur Miller. She considered herself Jewish.ÂŽThe prayer book has a beige, Bakelite cover, decorated with religious ornamentation, including a Jewish star and a shofar, the ramÂs horn whose wailing notes ring out from syna-gogues on Jewish holidays. It bears the imprint of the Avenue N Jewish Center in Brooklyn, the synagogue attended by Miller, who was MonroeÂs third husband. The 1922 copyright is from Vienna.If it hadnÂt been used by the actress, the book of daily prayers would be worth between $100 and $200, Greenstein estimated. But because it belonged to Monroe, he said, it could fetch between $7,000 and $12,000 Â„ more if Âtwo crazy people start bidding for it.ÂŽGreenstein received the book several months ago from an Israel-based American who had bought it from MonroeÂs estate in 1999, in an auction run by ChristieÂs. The original buyer, who is now of advanced age, left the item with her sister in the United States, and recently consigned it to Greenstein to resell. It didnÂt find a buyer in a Doyle auction last year.Greenstein said the prayer book has generated significant interest. Since news of its upcoming sale appeared Monday in the Jewish press, Âmy phone has been blowing up liter-ally nonstop,ÂŽ he said.ÂIn 35 years, this is the most significant celebrity Judaica weÂve ever had,ÂŽ he said in an interview with The Washington Post. He has auctioned musician Sammy Davis Jr.Âs menorah, as well as the entire collection of Jewish ritual art amassed by Alan Dershowitz, the Harvard Law School professor who has taken to defending President Donald Trump on occasion. ÂWeÂve had some incredible items. But nothing like this Â„ Marilyn MonroeÂs personal siddur.ÂŽOne potential buyer, Greenstein said, is a member of the Avenue N Jewish Center where Monroe and Miller prayed. He said the man had con-tacted him two weeks ago, after reading an announce-ment in a local Long Island paper, and said he wanted to buy the item for the syn-agogueÂs archives.ÂIn my heart of hearts, I would like to see it back at the synagogue,ÂŽ the auc-tioneer said. ÂBut the truth is that it might have a better home with a private collec-tor. Instead of a museum collection, it might have more meaning to someone who actually wants to use it.ÂŽAnyone who uses it could find themselves following the scribbled instructions left in pencil by Monroe. The notes appear to be in the movie starÂs handwrit-ing, Greenstein said.Significant wear on the pages, as well as on the spine, which is almost separated from the body, suggests that Monroe made daily use of the book, he added.ÂIt was a daily prayer book. I believe it was used daily,ÂŽ Greenstein said. ÂIt has had a lifetime of wear in the very short period from the time she was married to Miller to her death. She probably was very attached to it.ÂŽThe movie star was raised in Los Angeles by foster parents whose belief in Christian Science she never fully embraced, according to biographies and an exhibit at the Jewish Museum in New York called ÂBecoming Jewish,ÂŽ which examined the con-version of Monroe, as well as that of Elizabeth Taylor.Miller, the author of ÂDeath of a Salesman,ÂŽ did not require Monroe to con-vert. The interest was hers, according to letters written after the movie starÂs death by MillerÂs longtime rabbi, Robert Goldburg, who oversaw MonroeÂs conversion. He officiated the coupleÂs Jewish wedding in the summer of 1956, several days after a civil ceremony at the Westchester County Court in White Plains, New York.In one letter, written in 1962 to the head of the Reform MovementÂs American Jewish Archives in Cincinnati, the rabbi recalled how he had met Monroe at her Manhattan apartment and was struck by her Âpersonal sweetness and charm.ÂŽ She had explained to him that she Âhad no religious training other than some memories of a Fundamentalist Protestantism which she had long rejected,ÂŽ Goldburg wrote. She spoke of being drawn to Judaism, he explained, because of Jewish people she knew, namely Miller, as well as Âthe rationalism of Judaism Â„ its ethical and prophetic ideals and its concept of close family life,ÂŽ as the rabbi explained.He gave her several books to read, including ÂWhat is a Jew?ÂŽ by Morris N. Kertzer. ÂMarilyn was not an intellectual person but she was sincere in her desire to learn,ÂŽ the rabbi recounted in the letter. ÂIt was also clear that her ability to concentrate over a long period of time was limited. However I did feel that she understood and accepted the basic prin-ciples of Judaism.ÂŽIndeed, the perceived mismatch between Monroe and Miller Â„ the centuryÂs most famous sex symbol and its most piercing play-wright Â„ was a source of media intrigue. ÂAmericaÂs best-known blonde moving picture star is now the darling of the left-wing intelligentsia,ÂŽ the columnist Walter Winchell famously observed. Variety announced the June wedding with the headline, ÂEgghead Weds Hourglass.ÂŽHer conversion came with a cost. Egypt reacted by banning her films, according to an account of her marriage to Miller, ÂThe Genius and the God-dess: Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe,ÂŽ written by Jeffrey Meyers.The movie star described herself as a ÂJewish atheist,ÂŽ according to Meyers. And after her divorce from Miller in 1961, she main-tained only a few trappings of the Jewish faith, includ-ing a mezuza Â„ a tiny box containing Hebrew texts Â„ on her door frame.After MonroeÂs death from a drug overdose in August 1962, her first husband, Yankees star Joe DiMaggio, arranged for a funeral over which a Lutheran minister presided.ÂShe was not buried in a Jewish cemetery Â„ itÂs true,ÂŽ said Greenstein, who will be auctioning her prayer book next month. ÂWhile she was alive, though, she thought of herself as a Jew.ÂŽRemaining tokens of the religious life of the actress also include a brass-plated musical menorah, featured in the exhibit at the Jewish Museum. It was a conversion gift from MillerÂs mother, and stood on the celebrityÂs mantle.Whether these ephemera provide evidence of her Jewish faith, they are pieces of American movie history. They are also clues into MonroeÂs quest for an interior life, away from the screen that so delighted and tormented her.A di erent side of Marilyn Monroe Royalle is all smiles after she received a teddy bear from an Ohio woman. [CONTRIBUTED PHOTO]
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(N) (L) ESPN2 47 24 144 209 BassmastersSportsCenter (N) (L) SportsCenter (N) (L) SportsCenter (N) (L) College Football Maryland at Iowa. (N) (L) FOOD 38 45 110 231 Giada at HomeContessaTrishaÂs Sou.Pioneer Wo.Pioneer Wo.TrishaÂs Sou.The Kitchen (N) The KitchenHalloween Baking FREE 59 65 180 311 (6:00) Â‰Â‰Â‰ Monster House Â‰Â‰Â‰Â‚ Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Â07) Johnny Depp.(:40) Â‰Â‰Â‰ The Goonies (Â85) Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Jeff Cohen. FS1 24 27 150 219 Turning PointInside SlantMatch DayBundesliga Soccer VfL Wolfsburg vs FC Bayern Munich. (N) College FtballCollege Football Illinois at Wisconsin. (N) (L) FX 45 51 136 248 Â‰Â‰Â‰ X-Men: Days of Future Past (Â14) Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy. Â‰Â‰Â‚ Twilight (Â08) Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Billy Burke. Twilight: Moon HALL 23 59 185 312 Harvest Moon (Â15) Jessy Schram, Jesse Hutch, Willie Aames. Falling for Vermont (Â17) Julie Gonzalo, Benjamin Ayres. Truly, Madly, Sweetly (Â18) Nikki DeLoach, Dylan Neal. 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Â‰Â‰ The Quiet Ones (Â14) Jared Harris, Sam Claflin. TBS 31 15 139 247 Love-RaymondFriends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Â‰Â‰Â‰ Edge of Tomorrow (Â14) Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt, Brendan Gleeson. TCM 25 70 132 256 Rough Riding (:27) Â‰Â‚ Brand of Fear (Â49) Mandrake (:09) Â‰Â‰ The SaintÂs Double Trouble (Â40) Voice That Â‰Â‰Â‰ Elmer the Great (Â33) Joe E. Brown. Pride-Marines TLC 37 40 183 280 Trading Spaces Make ThisSay YesSweet Home Sextuplets Sweet Home Sextuplets Sweet Home Sextuplets Sweet Home Sextuplets TNT 29 54 138 245 NCIS: New Orleans NCIS: New Orleans Â‰Â‰Â‰ Pacific Rim (Â13) Charlie Hunnam. Humans pilot giant robots to fight monstrous creatures. Â‰Â‰Â‰ The Dark Knight Rises USA 62 55 105 242 Wonder CookSmartWashAmerican Ninja Warrior JuniorNCIS ÂYankee WhiteÂŽ NCIS ÂKill AriÂŽ (Part 1 of 2) NCIS ÂKill AriÂŽ (Part 2 of 2) NCIS ÂHiatusÂŽ (Part 1 of 2) WGN-A 13 239 307 Ring WarriorsCops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops SATURDAY LATE NIGHT C COMCAST W WOW! S1 DISH NETWORK S2 DIRECTV OCTOBER 20 C W S1 S21 AM1:302 AM2:303 AM3:304 AM4:305 AM5:306 AM6:30 WJHG (7) 3 3 7 7 Out AmericaForensic FilesPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramOn the MoneyPaid ProgramPaid P rogramHomeowner CW (7.2) 99 9 8 8 SheriffsMedicareSpringsteenDermaWandLarry KinSleep BetterH2O SteamAirfryer OvenCredit?Carol Alt at 57Peter PopoffAirfryer Oven WMBB (13) 2 2 13 13 (:05) Madam SecretaryCredit?Thinning Hair?CookSmart (:32) Bucs IAli & DonovanPaid ProgramMomHouseSmartsGood Morning America (N) METV (13.2) 209 133 2 Voyage to Bottom of SeaLand of the GiantsSwamp ThingSwamp ThingALFALFALFALFMystery Hnt.Mystery Hnt. WECP (18) 4 4 4 18 RaceWeekForensic FilesPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid Prog ramPaid Program MNT (18.2) 227 13 Paid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramLatiNation (N) Amer. LatinoPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramP. Allen Smith WPGX (28) 8 8 28 28 Xtreme OffTruck TechAmerican Ninja WarriorTwo/Half MenTwo/Half MenPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramR ob. Jeffress WFSG (56) 11 11 56 56 NatureNeanderthalThe Great British Baking ShowRibbon, SandWashSid ScienceDinosaur TrainSesame StreetDaniel Tiger A&E 34 43 118 265 (11:00) Live PDLive PD: RewindRobin WilliamsMakeup!Learn theShark IONCredit?Shark APEXHoarders ÂTra; JillÂŽ AMC 30 62 131 254 (11:35) Â‰Â‰Â‚ The Mist (Â07) Thomas Jane.(:25) Â‰Â‰Â‰Â‚ Carrie (Â76) Sissy Spacek, Piper Laurie. HumanoidsHow to-Monstr (:29) Â‰Â‰Â‰ Creepshow (Â82) Hal Holbrook. ANPL 46 69 184 282 Wolves and WarriorsPit Bulls and ParoleesMy Cat From HellPit Bulls and ParoleesTanked ÂTanks NÂ RosesÂŽ Tanked ÂFish City, KidÂŽ BET 53 46 124 329 MartinMartinMartinMartinPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramWalker IIIShowdown of Faith COM 64 53 107 249 South ParkSouth ParkSouth ParkSouth ParkSouth ParkLegendsShark APEXTry YogaCredit?IT CosmeticsScrubsScrubs DISC 36 39 182 278 Street Outlaws: MemphisStreet OutlawsStreet Outlaws: MemphisFin ChasersLunkervilleAuction KingsAuction KingsAuction KingsAngler Âs E! 63 57 114 236 Â‰Â‰Â‚ Legally Blonde (Â01) Reese Witherspoon, Luke Wilson. Â‰Â‰Â‚ Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (Â03) Sally Field KardashianThe KardashiansKardashian ESPN 9 23 140 206 SportsCenter (N) (L) College Football FinalNFL MatchupCollege Football Mississippi State at LSU. NFL MatchupSportsCenter (N) (L) ESPN2 47 24 144 209 Football FinalSportsCenterNBA Basketball Houston Rockets at Los Angeles Lakers. SportsCenterESPN FCItalian Serie A Soccer FOOD 38 45 110 231 Halloween BakingHalloween BakingPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramGrillKitchenAidPaid ProgramFarmhouseSouthern Heart FREE 59 65 180 311 Makeup!Paid ProgramPaid ProgramCindyÂs SkinEvenSkinPiYo Workout!Paid ProgramZ. LevittBobby SchullerSunday Mass Â‰Â‰Â‰ ParaNorman (Â12) FS1 24 27 150 219 (12:00) College Football Michigan at Michigan State. College Football Colorado at Washington. (N Same-day Tape) SportsCar Challenge FX 45 51 136 248 Horror StoryBetter ThingsBetter ThingsBetter Things (2:53) Baskets (:24) BasketsPaid ProgramBaldingLifeLockPaid ProgramMike & MollyTwilight (Â08) HALL 23 59 185 312 (12:00) All for Love (Â17) Like Cats and Dogs (Â17) Cassidy Gifford. The Art of Us (Â17) Taylor Cole, Steve Lund. Cooking With Love (Â18) Ali Liebert, Brett Dalton, Janet Kidder. HGTV 32 38 112 229 House HuntersHunters IntÂlLove It or List ItShark APEXPiYo Craze!Sexy HairHair LoveIT CosmeticsPerricone MDFlea Market Flea Mar ket HIST 35 42 120 269 Pawn Stars: Pumped UpPawn StarsPawn StarsCoinCoinCoinCoinCoinCoinTop Gear ÂFast in FloridaÂŽ LIFE 56 56 108 252 (:04) Terror in the Woods (Â18) Ella West Jerrier. CindyÂs SkinLifeLockPhilips!Airfryer OvenPaid ProgramShark IONIn TouchTruths That PARMT 28 48 241 241 Nightmare on Elm Street 3Bar Rescue ÂChumpsÂŽ CookSmartSex ToysKnives 2018DermaWandCredit?Ninja FoodiShark APEXPiYo Craze! SUN 49 422 656 After MidnightPostgameEverstrongOrganicPaid ProgramCredit?ProstateCookSmartNBA Basketball Charlotte Hornets at Miami Heat. SYFY 70 52 122 244 Futurama (:29) FuturamaChannel Zero: ButcherÂs BlockChannel Zero: ButcherÂs BlockChannel Zero: ButcherÂs BlockDermaWandPaid ProgramLearn thePa id Program TBS 31 15 139 247 (12:30) Â‰Â‰Â‰Â‚ Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Â15) Harrison Ford. New GirlNew GirlNew GirlLove-RaymondFriendsDrop the MicStar Wars: A TCM 25 70 132 256 Â‰Â‰Â‰ The Wanderers (Â79) Ken Wahl, John Friedrich. Â‰Â‰Â‚ Bloodbrothers (Â78) Richard Gere, Paul Sorvino. Â‰Â‰Â‰ The Little Minister (Â34) Katharine Hepburn, John Beal. TLC 37 40 183 280 American Gypsy WeddingAmerican Gypsy WeddingSay YesSay YesSay YesSay YesSay YesSay YesSay YesSay Yes TNT 29 54 138 245 (12:30) Â‰Â‰Â‚ Watchmen (Â09) Billy Crudup, Malin Akerman, Jackie Earle Haley. NCIS: New OrleansNCIS: New OrleansNCIS: New Orleans USA 62 55 105 242 Chicago P.D.Chicago P.D.Chicago P.D.Chicago P.D. ÂNow IÂm GodÂŽ NCIS: Los Angeles ÂFoundÂŽ Paid ProgramJeremiah WGN-A 13 239 307 Elementary ÂSand TrapÂŽ ElementaryCamp MeetingNinja FoodiPhilips KitchenShark APEXCatholic MassSearch--WayYour World SATURDAY AFTERNOON C COMCAST W WOW! S1 DISH NETWORK S2 DIRECTV OCTOBER 20 C W S1 S21 PM1:302 PM2:303 PM3:304 PM4:305 PM5:306 PM6:30 WJHG (7) 3 3 7 7 SoccerCountdownNASCAR Racing Xfinity Series: Kansas Lottery 300. (N) (L) Jeopardy! Nightly NewsNewsWheel Fortune CW (7.2) 99 9 8 8 KingKingSaving Hope ÂAwakeningsÂŽ Elementary ÂTerra PericolosaÂŽ Elementary ÂIll TidingsÂŽ King of the HillKing of the HillClevelandCleveland WMBB (13) 2 2 13 13 College FootballColl. FootballCollege Football Penn State at Indiana. (N) (L) Coll. FootballColl. FootballFootball METV (13.2) 209 133 2 College Football North Carolina at Syracuse. RawhideWanted ...Wanted ...The RiflemanThe RiflemanThe Wild, Wild WestWonder Woman WECP (18) 4 4 4 18 Paid ProgramPaid ProgramCol. FootballCollege Football Alabama at Tennessee. (N) (L) Paid ProgramInside Edition MNT (18.2) 227 13 Paid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramPaid ProgramLast-StandingLast-StandingMike & MollyMike & Molly WPGX (28) 8 8 28 28 College Football Michigan at Michigan State. College Football Colorado at Washington. (N) (L) College ExtraFootball WFSG (56) 11 11 56 56 Old HouseThis Old HÂseMotorWeek (N) Outside-GregGlobe Trekker ÂHawaiiÂŽ NOVA ÂAddictionÂŽ The Lawrence Welk ShowFather Brown A&E 34 43 118 265 Live PD ÂLive PD -06.29.18ÂŽ Riding along with law enforcement. Live PD ÂLive PD -10.12.18ÂŽ AMC 30 62 131 254 (12:30) Â‰Â‰Â‰ Misery (Â90) James Caan, Kathy Bates. Â‰Â‰ Thinner (Â96) Robert John Burke, Joe Mantegna. Â‰Â‰ Silver Bullet (Â85) Gary Busey, Corey Haim, Megan Follows. ANPL 46 69 184 282 My Cat From Hell My Cat From Hell My Cat From Hell My Cat From Hell My Cat From Hell My Cat From Hell BET 53 46 124 329 (:05) Martin (:35) Martin (:05) MadeaÂs Big Happy Family A dying woman gathers her family.(4:50) 2018 BET Hip Hop Awards COM 64 53 107 249 Â70s ShowÂ70s ShowÂ70s ShowÂ70s ShowÂ70s Show(:35) Â‰Â‰Â‰ Role Models: Unrated Special Edition (Â08)(:40) Â‰Â‰Â‚ Step Brothers (Â08) Will Ferrell. DISC 36 39 182 278 Outlaws: Rules of the RoadOutlaws: Rules of the RoadOutlaws: Rules of the RoadOutlaws: Rules of the RoadOutlaws: Rules of the R oadOutlaws: Rules of the Road E! 63 57 114 236 Â‰Â‰ Life as We Know It (Â10) Katherine Heigl, Josh Duhamel, Josh Lucas. Â‰Â‰Â‚ Sex and the City (Â08) Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Chris Noth. Coyote Ugly ESPN 9 23 140 206 College FootballScoreboardCollege Football North Carolina State at Clemson. (N) (L) ScoreboardCollege Football ESPN2 47 24 144 209 College FootballScoreboardCollege Football Wake Forest at Florida State. (N) (L) ScoreboardCollege Football FOOD 38 45 110 231 Halloween WarsHaunted GingerbreadHalloween WarsHalloween BakingKids Halloween Baking ChampHalloween Baking FREE 59 65 180 311 The Goonies (:20) Â‰Â‰Â‰Â‰ The Nightmare Before Christmas Â‰Â‰Â‚ Hotel Transylvania (Â12) Voices of Adam Sandler.(:05) Â‰Â‰Â‚ Hocus Pocus (Â93) Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy. FS1 24 27 150 219 (11:00) College Football Illinois at Wisconsin. College Football Kansas at Texas Tech. (N) (L) FootballTurning Point FX 45 51 136 248 (12:30) Â‰Â‰Â‚ The Twilight Saga: New Moon (Â09) Kristen Stewart. Â‰Â‰Â‚ The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (Â10) Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson. Â‰Â‰ Mechanic: Resurrection HALL 23 59 185 312 All of My Heart: The Wedding (Â18) Brennan Elliott. Falling for You (Â18) Taylor Cole, Tyler Hynes, Lini Evans. Under the Autumn Moon (Â18) Lindy Booth, Wes Brown. HGTV 32 38 112 229 Fixer UpperFixer UpperFixer UpperFixer UpperFixer UpperFixer Upper HIST 35 42 120 269 Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars LIFE 56 56 108 252 A NeighborÂs Deception (Â17) Ashley Bell, Gates McFadden. The Good Mistress (Â14) Annie Heise, Kendra Anderson. The Other Mother (Â17) Annie Wersching, Kimberley Crossman. PARMT 28 48 241 241 Nightmare on Elm Street 3 Â‰Â‰ A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (Â88) Â‰Â‰Â‚ A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (Â89) Â‰Â‰ Freddy vs. Jason (Â03) SUN 49 422 656 Inside HEATInside HEAT Island House TriathlonFacing Wavesto Do FloridaFocusedSpotlightInside HEATInside HEATInside HEATPregame SYFY 70 52 122 244 The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia (Â13) Â‰Â‰ The Haunting in Connecticut (Â09) Virginia Madsen. Jeepers Creepers 3 (Â17) Jonathan Breck, Stan Shaw. TBS 31 15 139 247 Â‰Â‰Â‚ Real Steel (Â11) Hugh Jackman, Evangeline Lilly, Dakota Goyo. Pre-GameMLB Baseball Houston Astros at Boston Red Sox. Game 6 of the ALCS. (If necessary). (N) (L) TCM 25 70 132 256 (12:30) Â‰Â‰Â‰Â‚ Pride of the Marines (Â45)(:45) Â‰Â‰Â‰Â‰ The Spirit of St. Louis (Â57) James Stewart, Patricia Smith.(:15) Â‰Â‰Â‰ Slither (Â73) James Caan, Peter Boyle. TLC 37 40 183 280 Sweet Home Sextuplets Untold Stories of the E.R. Untold Stories of the E.R. Untold Stories of the E.R. Untold Stories of the E.R. American Gypsy Wedding TNT 29 54 138 245 (12:00) Â‰Â‰Â‰ The Dark Knight Rises (Â12) Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway.(:45) Â‰Â‰ Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Â16) Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams. USA 62 55 105 242 NCIS ÂSandblastÂŽ NCIS ÂSmokedÂŽ NCIS The team hunts a killer. NCIS ÂIgnitionÂŽ NCIS ÂRule Fifty-OneÂŽ NCIS ÂPyramidÂŽ WGN-A 13 239 307 Blue Bloods Blue Bloods ÂModel BehaviorÂŽ Blue Bloods ÂThe JobÂŽ Blue Bloods Blue Bloods Blue Bloods SATURDAY EVENING C COMCAST W WOW! S1 DISH NETWORK S2 DIRECTV OCTOBER 20 C W S1 S27 PM7:308 PM8:309 PM9:3010 PM10:3011 PM11:3012 AM12:30 WJHG (7) 3 3 7 7 Dateline NBCSaturday Night Live (N) News (:29) Saturday Night LiveJaguarsOut America CW (7.2) 99 9 8 8 All American ÂPilotÂŽ All American Â99 ProblemsÂŽ ClevelandClevelandKing of the HillFamily GuyFamily GuyBobÂs BurgersBobÂs BurgersSheriffs WMBB (13) 2 2 13 13 (6:37) College Football Ohio State at Purdue. (N) (L) News (:35) Mom (:05) Entertainment Tonight (N)(12:05) NCIS: New Orleans METV (13.2) 209 133 2 Svengoolie ÂAbbott and Costello Meet FrankensteinÂŽ Lost in SpaceBuck Rogers in 25th CenturyBattlestar GalacticaKolchak: The Night Stalker WECP (18) 4 4 4 18 Michael JacksonÂs Halloween48 Hours (N) 48 Hours (N) Inside EditionOutdoorsmanLeverage A crew of thieves. Murdoch Mysteries MNT (18.2) 227 13 Rizzoli & IslesBones ÂThe Tiger in the TaleÂŽ 2 Broke Girls2 Broke GirlsModern FamilyModern FamilyWipeout ÂCouplesÂŽ Paid ProgramPaid Program WPGX (28) 8 8 28 28 (6:30) College Football Oregon at Washington State. (N) (L) HellÂs KitchenNashville InsiBig BangTMZ (N) WFSG (56) 11 11 56 56 Midsomer Murders (Part 1 of 2) Durrells in CorfuPoldark on MasterpieceAustin City Limits (N) UndergroundA ChefÂs LifeNOVA ÂAddictionÂŽ A&E 34 43 118 265 (:06) Live PD: Rewind (N) Live PD ÂLive PD -10.20.18ÂŽ (N) Live PD ÂLive PD -10.20.18ÂŽ AMC 30 62 131 254 Â‰Â‰ Christine (Â83) Keith Gordon, John Stockwell.(:05) Â‰Â‰Â‰ 1408 (Â07) John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson, Mary McCormack.(:35) Â‰Â‰Â‚ The Mist (Â07) Thomas Jane. ANPL 46 69 184 282 My Cat From Hell (N) Pit Bulls and Parolees (N)(:01) Wolves and Warriors (:01) Pit Bulls and ParoleesPit Bulls and ParoleesMy Cat From Hell BET 53 46 124 329 WhereÂs the Money (Â17) Andrew Bachelor, Kat Graham. (:10) Â‰Â‰ Next Friday (Â00) Ice Cube, Mike Epps, Justin Pierce. (:29) MartinMartinMartin COM 64 53 107 249 (5:40) Â‰Â‰Â‚ Step Brothers Â‰Â‚ The Watch (Â12) Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill.(:20) Â‰Â‰Â‚ Step Brothers (Â08) Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly. South Park DISC 36 39 182 278 Outlaws: Rules of the RoadOutlaws: Rules of the RoadStreet Outlaws: MemphisStreet OutlawsOutlaws: Rules of the RoadOutlaws: Rul es of the Road E! 63 57 114 236 (6:30) Â‰ Coyote Ugly (Â00) Piper Perabo. Â‰ Coyote Ugly (Â00) Piper Perabo, Adam Garcia, Maria Bello. Â‰Â‰ Life as We Know It (Â10) Katherine Heigl, Josh Duhamel, Josh Lucas. ESPN 9 23 140 206 (6:00) College Football Mississippi State at LSU. (N) (L) NBANBA Basketball Houston Rockets at Los Angeles Lakers. (N) (L) SportsCenter W/Van Pelt ESPN2 47 24 144 209 (6:00) College Football Central Florida at East Carolina. (N) ScoreboardCollege Football Arizona at UCLA. (N) (L) Football Final FOOD 38 45 110 231 Halloween BakingHalloween BakingHalloween BakingHalloween BakingHalloween BakingHalloween Baking FREE 59 65 180 311 (:15) Hocus Pocus 25th Anniversary Halloween Bash (N) (:15) Â‰Â‰Â‚ Hocus Pocus (Â93) Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker.(:25) Â‰Â‰Â‰Â‰ The Nightmare Before Christmas FS1 24 27 150 219 NFL PresentsMLB PregameMLB Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers at Milwaukee Brewers. Game 7 of the NLCS. (If necessary). MLB on FS1 Postgame (N) College Football FX 45 51 136 248 (6:00) Mechanic: Resurrection Â‰Â‰ Independence Day: Resurgence (Â16) Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum. Mayans M.C. New secrets are brought to light. American Horror Story HALL 23 59 185 312 Love, of Course (Â18) Cameron Mathison, Kelly Rutherford. 2018 Countdown to ChristmasLove at First Dance (Â18) Niall Matter, Becca Tobin. All for Love (Â17) Sara Rue. HGTV 32 38 112 229 Love It or List ItLove It or List ItBeachfront Bargain RenovationHouse HuntersHunters IntÂlLove It or List ItBeachfront Bargain Renovation HIST 35 42 120 269 Pawn Stars: Pumped Up ÂHigh Priced WheelsÂŽ A 1969 Triumph motorcycle. (N) Pawn StarsPawn Stars (:03) Pawn Stars: Pumped Up A 1969 Triumph motorcycle. LIFE 56 56 108 252 Killer Under the Bed (Â18) Kristy Swanson, Brec Bassinger.(:03) Terror in the Woods (Â18) Ella West Jerrier.(:01) Killer Under the Bed (Â18) Kristy Swanson, Brec Bassinger. PARMT 28 48 241 241 (6:00) Â‰Â‰ Freddy vs. Jason Â‰Â‰Â‰Â‚ A Nightmare on Elm Street (Â84) John Saxon.Â‰Â‰Â‚ A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: FreddyÂs Revenge (Â85) Nightmare on Elm Street 3 SUN 49 422 656 NBA Basketball Charlotte Hornets at Miami Heat. (N) (L) PostgameInside HEATInside HEATAfter Midnight with the HEAT From Oct. 20, 2018. SYFY 70 52 122 244 Killer High (Â18) Kacey Rohl, Humberly Gonzlez. Â‰Â‰Â‚ Lights Out (Â16) Teresa Palmer, Gabriel Bateman. Futurama (:25) FuturamaFuturama (:27) Futurama TBS 31 15 139 247 MLB BaseballPostseasonTo Be Announced Full Frontal2 Broke Girls2 Broke GirlsStar Wars: For TCM 25 70 132 256 Â‰Â‰Â‰Â‚ Patterns (Â56) Van Heflin, Ed Begley.(:45) Â‰Â‰Â‰ Sweet Bird of Youth (Â62) Paul Newman, Geraldine Page, Ed Begley. Â‰Â‰Â‚ The Hunted (Â48) Preston Foster, Belita. TLC 37 40 183 280 American Gypsy WeddingAmerican Gypsy WeddingAmerican Gypsy WeddingAmerican Gypsy WeddingAmerican Gypsy WeddingAmerican Gypsy We dding TNT 29 54 138 245 Â‰Â‰ Suicide Squad (Â16) Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie. Â‰Â‰Â‚ Man of Steel (Â13) Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon. Watchmen USA 62 55 105 242 NCISNCIS ÂLoose CannonsÂŽ NCIS ÂDead LetterÂŽ NCIS ÂFamily FirstÂŽ NCIS ÂTwo Steps BackÂŽ Chicago P.D. WGN-A 13 239 307 Blue Bloods ÂUnder the GunÂŽ Blue Bloods ÂNew RulesÂŽ Blue Bloods ÂThe Art of WarÂŽ Blue BloodsBones ÂThe Tiger in the TaleÂŽ Bones The News Herald | Saturday, October 20, 2018 B7 TV LISTINGS
** B8 Saturday, October 20, 2018 | The News HeraldARIES (March 21-April 19) Â„ Everyone knows when itÂs not working, but few have the guts to call it out. You, on the other hand, have many options and very little time to waste on one thatÂs clearly not going to work. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Â„ YouÂll show up early, stay late and do whatever it takes to make a project great. Is there a point in which the extra work actually makes things worse instead of better? Yes. Stay aware and youÂll see it. GEMINI (May 21-June 21) Â„ The writing will be on the wall, for anyone who has those special sort of glasses that can see such things. Most people will walk right by. Much depends on how much you want to know. CANCER (June 22-July 22) Â„ Bounce the conversational ball. You want to know more about a person, but you also want this person to know you, and youÂll make sure things are balanced. All in all, great exchanges are in store. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Â„ HereÂs a friendship test: If itÂs important to you, itÂs important to your friend. ItÂs not a foolproof test. But generally speaking, if they donÂt take your side today, it will raise questions. If they do, it will raise grateful joy. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Â„ ThereÂs a saying about throwing out the Â“ rst pancake of the batch, but life doesnÂt always follow this rule. Today, your Â“ rst try will turn out astoundingly beautiful results Â„ the equivalent of a pancake covergirl. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Â„ To some extent time will be elastic to you, and youÂll be strong enough to bend and play with it, slow it with your mind, cling to it as it passes and hold on tight to the very best moments. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21) Â„ DonÂt sell it if itÂs already sold. Not only does it do no good, it could harm the deal. You know this and live this and youÂll teach the less experienced through your example. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Â„ Sometimes the star of the evening is invisible Â„ the cook in the back of the restaurant, the one who made the room gleam before everyone got there, the originator of the playlist. YouÂll enjoy a key, quiet role tonight. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Â„ YouÂre almost, but not quite, ready to give something up. As legendary comedy writer Robert Orben suggested, ÂMost people would like to be delivered by temptation but would like it to keep in touch.ÂŽ AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Â„ You may know what makes you happy. You may also be wrong. Experiment with an open mind and youÂll Â“ nd out surprising things about yourself and this elusive thing called happiness. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Â„ The best thing you can do for your future is to commit an anonymous, selÂ” ess act of generosity now. Your powers of observation are all the way turned up. YouÂll hatch the perfect plan.HOROSCOPES BY HOLIDAY MATHIS DIVERSIONSÂTrivia FunÂŽ with Wilson Casey, Guinness World Record Holder from Woodruff, S.C., is published in more than 500 newspapers across the country. Comments, questions or suggestions? WC@ TriviaGuy.com 1. What was country musicÂs first million-selling album that featured Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson among others? Back in the Saddle Again, No Fences, Wanted! The Outlaws, Wide Open Spaces 2. From fun surveys, whatÂs the most popular response when guys were asked what food reminds them of their wife? Cheesecake, Can of mixed nuts, Lamb chops, Buttered biscuit 3. Â White horseÂŽ and Â iglooÂŽ are varieties of what vegetable? CauliÂ” ower, Corn, Green beans, Potato 4. Which of these is not a U.S. state capital? Baltimore, Concord, Albany, Raleigh 5. On a bottle of Italian wine, what does ÂdolceÂŽ mean? Non-alcoholic, Red, Sweet, White 6. When was ÂDonÂt trust anyone over 30ÂŽ coined? 1920s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s ANSWERS: 1. Wanted! The Outlaws (1976), 2. Can of mixed nuts, 3. CauliÂ” ower, 4. Baltimore (Annapolis, Maryland), 5. Sweet, 6. 1960sTRIVIA BY WILSON CASEY ACES ON BRIDGE: BOBBY WOLFF (Answers Monday) BRISK BOSSY OUTBID ACQUIT YesterdayÂ’s Jumbles: Answer: When he taught students about the brightest star in the night sky, he was Â— Â“SIRIUSÂ” ABOUT IT Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon.THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAMEBy David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek Unscramble these Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words.2018 Tribune Content Agency, LLC All Rights Reserved. Get the free JUST JUMBLE app Â• Follow us on Twitter @PlayJumble CTDHI NAPKL XIEPER LICCIN SUDOKUAnswer to yesterdayÂs sudokuDEAR ABBY Girlfriend is convinced that partnerÂs parents dislike herDEAR ABBY: Recently something has come up in my life that has pushed the shaky relationship between my girlfriend, ÂLinnay,ÂŽ and my parents to the front burner. She insists they do not like her. Because of it, she rarely speaks more than a few sentences to them and dreads going to my house to visit them. I donÂt think my parents dislike Linnay, but they do seem hesitant to interact with her, involve her in things our family does, and they donÂt seem motivated to create a better relationship with her. Linnay has asked me to ÂfixÂŽ the situation, but I feel the way to make their relationship better is for THEM to work it out. What should each of them do to make this happen? And what can I do to help? Â„ ANONYMOUS IN TEXASDEAR ANONYMOUS: This is not something your girlfriend can work out on her own. Ask your parents why they seem hesitant to interact with her, why they donÂt invite her to things the family does and why they seem less than eager to create a better relationship with her. Linnay may be shy, or she may have picked up on not-so-subtle signals your parents are sending that they donÂt approve of her.DEAR ABBY: IÂm 11. My parents arenÂt in my life, so my grandparents are my guardians. IÂm thankful for all they do, but I am very scared because my grandfather is 85, and I know soon he is going to leave this world. So how do I accept that? Â„ IN NEED OF A PRAYERDEAR IN NEED OF A PRAYER: A wise person once told me that the way to ruin today is to spend it worrying about what ÂmightÂŽ happen tomorrow. Many individuals a lot older than you make that mistake. ItÂs clear that you love and appreciate your grandfather. Tell him that Â„ often. Hold a good thought and enjoy him for as long as the good Lord allows, because if your grandfather is in good health, he may last quite a while longer than you think. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www.DearAbby. com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Jeanne PhillipsWORD SCRIMMAGE: JUDD HAMBRICK Wilson CaseyLevel of difÂ“ culty (Bronze easy, Silver medium, Gold -difÂ“ cult): Monday Bronze; Tuesday Silver; Wednesday Gold; Thursday Bronze; Friday Silver; Saturday and Sunday Gold.
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CLASSIFIEDSB B 1 1 0 0 Saturday, October 20, 2018| The News Herald Deerpoint: 6830 Hwy. 2311 (North on Hwy. 231 to Co. Hwy. 2321. Turn left. Turn right at the Gulf gas station which is Hwy. 2311. Home is on the right side about 1.2 miles from the gas station. From north on Hwy. 77, turn right on Co. Hwy. 2321 and then left at the Gulf gas station.) Oct. 18, 19, & 20th 8:00AM -2:00PMKIEFER ESTATE SALEThe size and scope of this sale is big, really big. Truly something for everyone. A huge shop full of tools, tool chests, saws, compressors, motors, fishing poles, pottery wheel, 2 kilns, riding mower, wood chipper, 10Â’ john boat, bicycles, scaffold, wood, tile, & much more. Inside the large home there is a sofa & love seat, chairs, two king beds, dresser, armoire, twin bed, side tables, tv, tv stand, dining furniture, high top table and chairs, office furniture and equipment, bookcase, two dorm size refrigerators, small freezer, ships wheel table, clothing, stamps, singing bowl, kitchen items, dishes, antique sideboard, swords, sewing room full of treasures, art, pool table, exercise bicycle, weight bench, and much more. There is a garden shed and two other sheds bursting with items. There is plenty of yard art and a 3 cement horses and wagon yard display. All must sell. Rain or shine. CLEARANCE SALEStainless Steel Cookware, Pyrex glassware, corkscrews, veggie peelers, knives, non-stick cookie sheet, and much more. S & S Interiors 8406 PCB Pkwy CLOSE OUT SALE!FIESTA DINNERWAREIn Stock Only REDUCED TO COST S & S Interiors 8406 PCB Pkwy CLOSEOUT HOUSEWARESElectric Can Openers, Toasters, Blenders, etc.REDUCED TO COST!S & S Interiors 8406 PCB Parkway Raffield Family ReunionSaturday, October 20, 2018 -9:30 a.m. EST Bring covered dish, dessert and/or drinks Gulf County Senior Center 120 Library Drive -Port St. Joe, FL For additional info call 850-348-7728 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org Apalachee Center, INC.NOW HIRING FOR OUR COMMUNITY ACTION TEAMWill serve Liberty and Franklin Counties *Care Manager -bachelorÂ’s degree in Human Services (psychology, social work, etc.) *Therapist -masters degree in Human Services required. *Therapeutic Mentor -family member or caregiver to another person who is living with a mental health condition or a Certified Recovery Peer Specialist by the Florida Certification Board. *Team Leader -Must hold LCSW, LMHC, or LMFT. All positions require a valid driverÂ’s license with no more than 6 points on driver history report. Communications SpecialistGulf Coast Electric Cooperative is accepting applications for the position of Communications Specialist working primarily out of the Southport, FL office. BachelorÂ’s degree in Public Relations, Communications, Journalism or similar field required. Experience in a Public Relations /Communications position is preferred. At a minimum, the candidate should have completed a college internship in the Public Relations/Communications field. Key functions of position are: communicating with members and potential members, writing articles for various print/ publications/ social media platforms, and assisting the VP of Marketing/ Communications with other key communication areas. You may apply online at www.gcec.com/careers or at Career Source Gulf Coast Center, located at 625 Highway 231, Panama City through Friday Oct. 26, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. For a complete job description visit our website at www.gcec.com. Equal Opportunity Employer Innovations Federal Credit Union is seeking motivated, ambitious and member service oriented individuals with excellent organizational and customer service skills. If you have a positive attitude, a high standard of integrity, and you are a team player, we would like to talk with you about becoming a part of the exciting success and growth of this dynamic and innovative full service financial institution. We currently have openings for an:FSRI -Entry Level Teller position.Please submit your resume to: InnovationsFCU PO Box 15529 Panama City, FL 32406 Attn: Human Resources. Or email us at HR@innovationsfcu.org Production/OperationsSEASONAL / PART-TIME NEWSPAPER INSERTERStanding, bending & lifting required. Must be able to work a flexible schedule including nights and weekends.Apply at The News Herald 501 W. 11th Street Panama CityInterviews will be scheduled at a later time. No phone calls Candidates are hired pending criminal background check and pre-employment drug screen 21724 PUBLIC NOTICE INVITATION TO BID. Clancy and Theys Construction Company is requesting Bids for the following work to be conducted: at New Air Force Enlisted Village 6 Phase 1 Â– New Independent Living Apartments Â– 63 Units, 115,215 square foot 3 story facility includes: earthwork, aluminum fence, vinyl fence and gates, concrete slabs and foundation, block masonry, brick masonry, metal stairs, metal fabrications, rough carpentry, wood wall framing, sheathing, woof trusses, finish carpentry composite railings, plastic paneling, damproofing, Peel and stick, insulation., foamed in place insulation, weather barriers, vapor barriers, asphalt shingle roof, standing seam metal roofs, plastic siding, fiber cement siding, EPDM Flat Roofing, Sheet metal and flashing, firestopping, joint sealants, expansion joints. Metal doors and frames, wood doors,, molded wood fiber doors, clad wood exterior doors access doors, storefront, vinyl windows, door hardware, glazing, fire restraint glazing, drywall, shaft liners, metal framing, ceramic tile, acoustical ceilings, VCT flooring, carpet, wall coverings, painting, room signs, painted signs., toilet partitions, cubical curtain and track, corner guards, toilet and laundry accessories, fire extinguishers plastic laminated lockers, Postal specialties, Misc. Specialties, blinds, manufactured wood veneer face casework, solid surface countertops, quartz countertops, elevators, plumbing, gas piping, HVAC, test and balance, electrical, emergency generator, lighting protection, lighting control, and fire alarm Bids will be received until October 30, before 2:000 PM. Please e-mail bids to: Clancy and Theys Construction Â– Atten: Jim Callen or Kayla Muniz email@example.com or kaylamuniz@clan cytheys.com For technical questions please e-mail in writing 7 days prior to bid date to firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 407-578-1449. Pub: October 7, 14, 20, 2018 1st Choice Home RepairsQuality repairs to your home done right the first time. License, Insured, and Local. Call today 850-737-3001 or 850-737-3000. HAVANESE PUPS AKC Home Raised Best Health Guar. Call 239-324-4650www .noahslittleark.com 10% DISCOUNT CUSTOM ORDER FURNITURE and WINDOW TREATMENTSS & S Interiors 8406 PCB Pkwy SALE20% OFF In-StockFURNITURE LAMPS ARTWORKS & S Interiors 8406 PCB Pkwy Emerald Falls 8602 Thomas Dr. Cobra Adventure Park 9323 Front Bch Rd.Now Hiring Ride Attendants CashiersMultiple Positions Small Engine MechanicPick up applications at Emerald Falls or Cobra Adventure Park. Emerald Falls 8602 Thomas Dr. Cobra Adventure Park 9323 Front Bch Rd.Now HiringSMALL ENGINE MECHANIC FULL TIME AND PART TIME YEAR ROUND OR SEASONAL. PAID BENEFEITS AVAILABLE!Pick up applications at Emerald Falls or Cobra Adventure Park Full-Time SalariedCleaning, Landscaping, & Maintenance Tech. $30-32K DOE. (Health and Dental available). Apply at www.north star.church/jobs Have you been devastated by Hurricane Michael? Willing to relocate? Do you have construction experience? Located in Loudoun County Virginia. Mextroplex Retaining Walls has full-time, year round construction job openings. We will provide qualified candidates with temporary housing for you and your family to relocate. Competitive hourly wages and simple IRA plan. Metroplex has been in business for 29 years in the fastest growing county in Virginia. There is a huge boom in construction here. Loudoun County is a great location for families with some of the best public schools in the state. DonÂ’t miss this opportunity to start over! Email us at info@metro plexwalls.c om or call us at 703-771-1991 today! PublisherÂ’s NoticeAll real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise Â“any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discriminationÂ” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on a equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275. Millville : Newly remodeled 2 BR/1BA no pets, w/d hookup, $650 mo + $650 dep, Call 850-785-7341 or 850-814-3211. ! ! ! Sell It Today!I BUYHOUSESPretty or Ugly763-7355ibuyhousesprettyorugly.com Custom quality 3BR/ 2BA home. Pool w/ (3rd) outside bath. Split BR plan, lots of high end features. FP, wet bar, big rooms! Near Pier Park & Beach! $269,000 134 Colina Circle OÂ’Keefe & Wainwright, Realtors (850)785-8746 3202 MAGNOLIA ISLANDS Boulevard Panama City Beach Gorgeous New Orleans Style home located in the gated friendly community of The Preserve. This residence is surrounded by beautiful trees and the pool is privitely sacluded for lots of family fun. A stunning gourmet kitchen with double stacked ovens extra large pantry space and a wet bar for entertaining. Up the raw iron stair case the library with wrap-around bookcases. Three bedrooms up stairs and two down. The master bedroom is spacious and so is the master bathroom. His and her very large closets will make everyone happy. It has a beautiful entry way with a vaulted ceiling to welcome friends and family. This is a total charmer and there is plenty of room for the whole family. Did I mention 5 bathrooms? Colleen Dietrich Centergate Realty LLC (850)814-7298 4001 Riverside Dr. Beautiful custom built 3br/2ba. 3126sqft. $425,000. MLS #668301 Laird Hitchcock Hitchcock Real Estate LLC (850) 866-2158 txt FL92794 to 56654 St. Andrews Charmer 1303 Calhoun Avenue 2BR/2.5BA Newly renovated Price Reduced $166,900 MLS#670029 Laird Hitchcock Hitchcock Real Estate LLC (850)866-2158 Commercial Bldg For Sale or Lease 4,000 sq ft, 15th Street -Large parking lot, previously car lot and pawn shop. 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Undercurrents: Open Letter | 2 Bay County restaurants open | 8-9 Just the Cook floats relief | 10 Calendar of Events | 11 ENTERTAINER SATURDAY October 20, 2018 FREE OPEN FOR BUSINESS Panama City Beach shops, parks, restaurants ready to serve | 6-7 Just the Cook floats relief | 10
UNDERCURRENTS INSIDE Open for Business .. 6 Restaurants open .. 8 Just the Cook ........ 10 Go & Do Calendar 11 CONTENT JAN WADDY 850-747-5072 JWADDY@PCNH.COM CONTENTTONY SIMMONS 850-747-5080 TSIMMONS@PCNH.COMPATTI BLAKE 850-522-5182 PBLAKE@PCNH.COM ABO U T U S E2 The ENTERTAINER Saturday, October 20, 2018 Pier Park in Panama City Beach is among the shopping and dining experiences that have reopened post-Hurricane Michael. [Photo by PATTI BLAKE/THE NEWS HERALD] ABOUT COVER THE By T ONY SIMMONS The News Herald PANAMA CITY BEACH Im writing from a laptop and using my phone for a hotspot because my home internet, like most of you out there are experiencing, is spotty at best. There will be time in the coming weeks to share stories of the storm and its aftermath. However, this week, as a special edi tion of the Entertainer goes out, I wanted to cede my space to friend and colleague Jason Hedden, chairman of the Depart ment of Visual and Performing Arts at Gulf Coast State College in Panama City. Jason has been preparing a cast for a pro duction of Much Ado About Nothing, which will not go on exactly as planned but may become much ado about catastrophe. Heres Jasons open letter to his cast and crew, post-Michael: The only thing more powerful than this storm is the LOVE and COMMU NITY and ART that will rise from the rubble. Its already begun. Dear cast and crew: I hope this finds you safe. I know many of you wont have the ability to read this for some time. I also know many of you have been think ing and wondering about the show. I also know that many of you still have much more urgent matters to deal with and please know your safety and basic needs are top priority, but I also wanted you to know that THE SHOW WILL GO ON. However... Maybe not with the full original cast/crew. Maybe not in the same venue. Maybe not with the same title. Maybe not in the same format. Maybe not with all the same words. ART has the ability to give expres sion to the things in life that are the most complex. The most simple. The most true. The most contradictory. My fave director, Anne Bogart, says for her the atre begins when there is a contradiction between what we are seeing and what we are hearing. For me, I want theatre to make me feel something. Make me learn some thing. Challenge me. Move me. Those things have been all too real this week. One of the reasons we tell stories is to remember. Theatre is storytelling. I think we have a tremendous op portunity here to help our community. A special kind of help that does not include chainsaws and relief trucks, though I am surprised how many theatre skills come in handy as part of disaster recovery. We have a different kind of work to do. We can tell our story. The story of our community. So, what should you be doing now while we are literally scat tered to the wind? First, take care of yourselves and your families. If you need help, dont be afraid to ask. If you can help, dont be afraid to help. Your other job is to see. Really see. Be with people. Share with them. Talk to them. LISTEN to them. Scavenge for hope. Be a vessel for love. Glean what you can from this interruption to your routine. Write. Sing. Draw. Photo. Dance. Journal. Glean. If you are like me, you have seen and done things in the last week that people would not believe if we put it on stage or screen. Record those images and feelings. Bottle the fear. Embrace the kindness. Express the pain. Release the tears. All the different kinds. Our show was scheduled to be fine. Forgettable even. BUT... The only thing stronger than Mi chael is the power of what is to come. I can see it. I can feel it. Be well. Hope to see you soon. The Show Will Go On Jason Hedden, head of the arts department at Gulf Coast State College, shared an inspirational letter with his cast and crew after Hurricane Michael. [CONTRIBUTED PHOTO]
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Saturday, October 20, 2018 E6 The ENTERTAINER By Tony Simmons email@example.com PANAMA CITY BEACH While the east side of Bay County struggles to regain power, water and a semblance of daily life, the western reaches are switching on the open signs. People looking for a day of relief or a shop to purchase new clothing, household sup plies and other necessities will find what they need at Pier Park and other locales west of the Hathaway Bridge. With thousands in the Florida Panhandle without services, (Pier Park) is open to our community, offering people a place to visit, take advantage of a hot meal, charge their phone, get Wi-Fi or just take a break from the overwhelm ing events that have taken place due to Hurricane Michael, said a Pier Park spokesperson. Over half of the stores in Pier Park are now open. Among the open stores and restaurants are: Crocs, Sunglass World, Red Robin, Tillys, The Yard Milkshake Bar, Hana Japan, Nails So Happy, Pink Narcissus, Columbia, Hys Tog gery, Guy Harvey, Hook & Tackle, Footprints, Latitude 29/Salt Life, Motherhood Maternity, Charming Charlie, The Loft, Marshalls, All Dressed Up Boutique, JC Penney, The Eye Gallery, Tervis, Runaway Collection, Kilwins, Dicks Last Resort, Harley-Davidson, Great White Pizza (with free Wi-Fi), As Seen On TV, NY Pizza, Lids, Bunnies, Lizard Thicket, Hallmark, Cariloha, Toy Kingdom, Beef Jerky, Ron Jon, Smoothie King, Nathans Famous, Earthbound Trading Co., Angry Tuna, XD Dark Rides, Paradise Found, Irene & Co., Buffalo Wild Wings, Marble Slab, Dave & Busters, Rack Room Shoes, Carters/Osh Kosh, Journeys, Panama City Beach is open for business Pier Park, Gulf World, other venues check in Gulf World Marine Park had minimal damage and will be returning to regular operations as soon as possible. [CONTRIBUTED PHOTO] SHOPPING | E7
Saturday, October 20, 2018 The ENTERTAINER E7 Pier Park in Panama City Beach is open for business, having sustained minimal damage during Hurricane Michael, according to company spokepeople. [PATTI BLAKE/THE NEWS HERALD] Spencers, American Eagle (open at noon), Payless Shoes, Freshii, Shoneys, Regions Bank, Dollar Tree, Jimmy Johns, Game Stop, Count-Oakes Resort, Cosmo Nail Bar, Dickies BBQ, Dil lards, Regis Salon, Massage Envy, Sons Smoke house, Back Porch, and Old Navy (also with free Wi-Fi). The Grand Theatre is also open, but is clos ing early each evening for the curfew (10 p.m. to 6 a.m.); please check showtimes. The shopping center plans to host a Hal loween trick-or-treating event on Oct. 31, while making a place in the schedule for those who would like to make donations to hurricane relief efforts instead of picking up candy. The roads inside the center will close at 5 p.m. Oct. 31 to allow costumed children to visit open stores for candy. OTHER LOCALES Gulf World Marine Park officials were pleased to report that the staff and animals were OK, and the park will reopen in coming days: Gulf World would like to thank you all for the prayers and concern, said spokesman Sam Tuno. ...The park has some minor dam age but we are thankful. Our friends to the East were not so lucky and we are praying for them. ... As soon as we have the date for Gulf World to reopen in the next few days we will inform you. Gulf World opened its swim-with-the-dol phins attraction for limited hours starting Oct. 18. Refunds for guests who prepaid for programs will be returned as soon as possible. The word all across the beaches is not as good, particularly as the addresses range eastward. The Panama City Beach Tourist Development Council/Visit Panama City Beach announced Oct. 15 that the following events had been can celled or postponed: the Bloody Mary & Music Festival originally slated for Oct. 20 has been cancelled; the Thunder Beach Motorcycle Fall Rally has been postponed and more information on later dates will be announced soon; IRON MAN Florida has been moved to Haines City on Nov. 4; and Emerald Coast Cruizin updates are forthcoming. Coconut Creek Mini-Golf and Gran Maze is closed for cleanup and repair. Pirates Island Golf is open and hosted had a Hurricane Relief Day on Oct. 16 with free golf, complimentary hotdogs and water. Check Facebook.com/PiratesIslandPanamaCityBeach for updates. Club La Vela suffered severe damage, but a spokesperson said the club is looking forward to rebuilding and hosting a benefit to raise funds for local victims. Follow the Facebook.com/ ClubLaVela page for updates. Schooners noted diligent work to repair the damage done by Hurricane Michael; the club did not have power as of Oct. 15, and a spokesman said the main concern right now is the safety of staff and making sure they have what they need. For updates, follow Facebook. com/SchoonersPCB. Spinnaker Beach Club is also closed until power can be restored and water can be cleared for public use. Check Facebook.com/Spinnaker BeachClubPCB for updates. Also: In Panama City, the One Harrison Food and Wine festival has been cancelled. SHOPPING FROM E6
Saturday, October 20, 2018 E8 The ENTERTAINER By Jan Waddy 747-5072 | @PCNHJanWaddy firstname.lastname@example.org PANAMA CITY Since Hurricane Mi chael, every bite of food has been something to savor but there is great comfort in know ing some of my favorite area restaurants (and people) are still serving, or will be, very soon. Alices on Bayview, 1000 Bayview Ave., St. Andrews; 850-640-4516: Were still standin ... all we need is power, water, gas and you! Alices stated on its Face book page Oct. 12. The nearby St. Andrews Marina will host a marina clean-up from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Satur day, Oct. 20. We are waiting on power to be restored and we also had a busted gas meter, owner Alice Masker said Oct. 18. We are hoping to be open by Oct. 24 (Wednesday) at the latest. g. Foleys, 3212 W. 23rd St., Panama City; 850-481-0354: g. Foleys began serving a lim ited menu Oct. 17 for workers and locals to get hot meals and cool air for breakfast and lunch. Lunch menu includes Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Fried Green Tomato BLT, French Dip Sandwich, Smoked Tuna Dip, Angus Beef Burger, Ham & Swiss Sandwich, Shrimp & Grits, Pasta Carbonara, and Cheese Quesadilla. Garys Oyster Shack, 1320 N. Tyndall Parkway, Panama City; 850-348-1116: Garys (and the new steakhouse) are not yet open for business, but the restaurant did serve free hot seafood during a fish fry Oct. 15-17 while it lasted. Garys estimated about 300 people were fed Oct. 16. Holi Indian Grill, 3102 W. 23rd St., Panama City; 850-215-3030: Holi began serving $5 lunches Oct. 17. Los Antojitos, 1236 Beck Ave., Panama City; 850-784-6633: The Mexican restaurant on Lake Ware plans to open Monday, Oct. 22, with a limited menu and drinks. Pizza Amore, 1405 W. 15th St., Panama City; 850-640-3730: Pizza Amore got power back Oct. 18 and reopened Oct. 19 with a limited menu, as they waited on more supplies to arrive. Somethins Cookin, 93 E. 11th St., Panama City; 850-769-8979: Owner Hannelore Holland plans to reopen for business as usual Monday, as long as power is restored. The store is standing, she said Oct. 18. Still standing: Panama City, PCB restaurants serve need Alices on Bayview hopes to reopen Saturday, Oct. 20, coinciding with the St. Andrews Marina Clean-up. [CONTRIBUTED PHOTO] RESTAURANTS | E9
Saturday, October 20, 2018 The ENTERTAINER E9 Panama City Beach back in business PANAMA CITY BEACH Many events, such as Oktoberfest and Thun der Beach were cancelled at the beach, where power mostly has been restored, but many restaurants are serving. Andys Flour Power, 2629 Thomas Drive, Panama City Beach; 850-3848208: Owner John Certo has been open and serving the public this week with supplies and hot meals. AutentiKa Mexican Grille, 14662 Front Beach Road, Panama City Beach; 850-890-0759: The restaurant is reopening in a few days with plenty of wet burritos. Bayou on the Beach Cafe & Oyster Bar, 11115 Hutchison Blvd., Panama City Beach; 850-249-3478: The cafe reopened Oct. 19; cash only. Boomerang Pizza Kitchen, 15750 Panama City Beach Parkway, Unit 180, Panama City Beach; 850-775-1202: Restaurant is open in Pier Park North from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and has been humbled to feed staff of 200 from EMS Dispatch. Capt. Andersons, 5551 N. Lagoon Drive, Panama City Beach; 850-2342225: The landmark restaurant hopes to reopen Monday, Oct. 22. Dees Hang-Out, 529 N. Richard Blvd., Panama City Beach; 850-2494264: Dees has been open since Oct. 17 with the full menu. Diegos Burrito Factory, 6209 Sun set Drive (off Thomas Drive; 850-2388741) and 15514 Front Beach Road, Panama City Beach: Both locations opened at 10 a.m. Oct. 15. Fatty Pattys, A Southern Cafe, 948 Thomas Drive, Panama City Beach; 850-236-9276: The restaurant was serving free breakfast from 8 a.m. to noon Oct. 18 with hot coffee, bottled water, juice, milk and hot food. It is still our intention to serve free through Sunday (Oct. 21), wrote owner Renee Schaarschmidt, who wel comed any extra hands. Juan Taco, 9902 S. Thomas Drive, Panama City Beach; 850-588-5478: Juan Taco opened for dinner Oct. 19. Lizas Kitchen, 7328 Thomas Drive, Panama City Beach; 850-2339000: Lizas opens at 8 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, with abbreviated breakfast menu and select sandwich choices, but will be cash only for now. Moes Original Bar-B-Que, 14896 Front Beach Road, Panama City Beach; 850-708-1633: The restaurant reopened Oct. 18. Pineapple Willys, 9875 S. Thomas Drive, Panama City Beach; 850-2350928: The restaurant is focused on helping the community but will be reopening as soon as there is drinkable water. Pineapple Willys will be serv ing from the Willys Beach Bar through the end of the season while the rest of the restaurant is repaired. Runaway Island Beach Bar & Grill, Front Beach Road, Panama City Beach: This restaurant, which sustained only minimal damage has been back in busi ness since Oct. 14, and continues to open at 11 a.m. daily for lunch and dinner. Sandbar Seafood & BBQ Joint, 275 S. State 79, Panama City Beach; 850-249-7200: Sandbar began open ing at 11 a.m. daily Oct. 18 and was taking orders (food and alcohol) till about 9:30 p.m. to coincide with the 10 p.m. curfew. Sisters of the Sea & Dive Bar, 3901 Thomas Drive, Panama City Beach; 850-233-0334: Sisters opened at 11 a.m. Oct. 19 with new menu and new attitude, but no worries fried straw berries are still on the menu. The Wicked Wheel, 10025 Hutchi son Blvd., Panama City Beach; 850588-7947: The restaurant sustained minimal damage and will reopen as soon as there is drinkable water. If you know of other area restau rants that are operational, please email me at email@example.com. Enjoy lunch or dinner and drinks on the beach at Runaway Island. [CONTRIBUTED PHOTO] RESTAURANTS FROM E8
By Jan Waddy 747-5072 | @PCNHJanWaddy firstname.lastname@example.org PANAMA CITY On Oct. 10, Just the Cook owner Ernie Halls livelihood washed under the Hathaway Bridge exactly one week after he celebrated the reopening of his 48-foot twostory floating restaurant on St. Andrew Bay. So, what did Hall do the day after Just The Cook was completely destroyed? He teamed up with Bay Ice Cream and Slapsticks to put together a Soup Kitchen to help feed the community he now calls home. I cant just sit down; it drives me crazy to do nothing and now that we have nothing, its just not in me not to help, Hall said. I cant sit around and wait for FEMA or the city, and then decide what were going to do. We have to give back. Of course we want to rebuild, but now were at ground zero. Chicken wings, French fries and hot dogs all based on what we can get in were be ing served Oct. 18 at Slapsticks, 1508 Calhoun Ave., behind the bowling alley in St. Andrews. Its a concerted effort, Hall wrote, giving credit to Bay Ice Creams Jim Purcell (who also has worked at Just the Cook), Slapsticks owners Phil and Liz Mercer and his staff, DiBacco wines Quinn DiBacco, and the owners at Bowlarama Lanes. Were trying to keep it going as long as I can cook food until people can get on their feet based on the supply of the food. Today Im in Dothan picking up mozzarella and pepperoni for Dovalinas Wood-Fired Pizza. (Dovalinas owners Guillermo and Danielle Dovalina have been feeding the community in Fountain.) Carla Lovett, executive di rector of Palm Bay Prep Acad emy, and her husband, David, contacted Hall and donated food from the school that also was prepared at Slapsticks. Halls sister, Billie Jean Druker, set up a Just the Cook Relief on Facebook. On Oct. 18, $6,534 had been raised of the $20,000 goal. Were crushed, Hall admit ted. In the past weve had some kind of structure left. He, his wife, Debra, and their daughter, Gianna had just moved to a different condo, which took on a lot of rainwater, and Purcells home took a direct hit from a tree and is unlivable. Everybody needs help, and the easiest thing for Just the Cook to do is cook, Hall said. I can use my business popularity to get supplies, make awareness. This isnt the first time Hall has been faced with adversity. His original Just the Cook boat, a 25-foot Bennington, sank Au gust 2015 at the St. Andrews Marina. In February 2016, Hall opened Just the Cook 2.0, and about six months ago he served his food out of Sizzle Dog in St. Andrews while looking for a new location. During the time the food boat was closed, it was featured on Food Boats on Food Network, where Hall also has been on Americas Best Cook. He also has appeared on Cooking Channels Trend ing Bites and Sport Fishing Channels Tackle to Table. Purcell Halls friend and fellow member of the Marine Corps once said, You have to rise from death and overcome, and history has shown this time should be no different. Saturday, October 20, 2018 E10 The ENTERTAINER Owner Ernie Hall stands under the Hathaway Bridge with the remains of his floating restaurant. At right, Just the Cook floats toward the Hathaway Bridge on Oct. 10 during Hurricane Michael. [CONTRIBUTED PHOTO] Just the Cook jumps on board to help PC Floating restaurant destroyed
Saturday, October 20, 2018 The ENTERTAINER E11 News Herald Staff Reports HAVE AN EVENT? Email details to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org; items are included in the calendar at the editors discretion. Saturday, Oct. 20 MOSLEY VS. PENSACOLA FOOTBALL GAME: Noon at Tommy Oliver Stadium in Panama City. FREE admission, free food, free cold drinks. All Bay County residents and students are invited to this exhibition match. Sunday, Oct. 21 CURIOUS GEORGE THE GOLDEN MEATBALL: 2 p.m. at Emerald Coast Theatre Co., 560 Grand Blvd., Miramar Beach. FREE for Hurricane Michael evacuees. General admission: $10. Details at EmeraldCoastTheatre.org Tuesday, Oct. 23 FIRST RESPONDERS & VETS APPRECIATION LUNCH: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p. m. at Texas Rooadhouse, Pier Park North, Panama City Beach. All active and retired military, vets, police, sheriffs, firefighters and EMTs are invited for this FREE lunch. This event includes a delicious hot lunch, brief welcome by the sponsors and supporters, and air conditioner giveaways from Superior Air Conditioning Co. For details, to sponsor or to donate, contact Marta Rose-Thorpe at 8508143822. STAND UP TO BREAST CANCER: 6:30 p.m. at Emerald Coast Convention Center, 1250 Miracle Strip Parkway SE, Okaloosa Island. Meet Lori Allen, star of Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta and breast cancer survivor; enjoy dinner and cocktails. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Tickets: $50. Portion of proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society. Details at StandUpToBreastCancer. com or 850-315-4341 Saturday, Oct. 27 CURIOUS GEORGE THE GOLDEN MEATBALL: 7 p.m. at Emerald Coast Theatre Co., 560 Grand Blvd., Miramar Beach. FREE for Hurricane Michael evacuees. General admission: $10. Details at EmeraldCoastTheatre.org Thursday, Nov. 1 18th ANNUAL MOUNTAINFILM ON TOUR: 7 p.m. Nov. 1-3 at WaterColors Marina Park Amphitheater off County 30-A. Gates open at 5:45 p. m. Prices are $35 single, $60 for Weekend, $80 for three day pass (all if purchased before Oct. 31); Day of event, prices will be $40, $70, and $90 respectively. Tickets available at MountainFilmFL.com. Friday, Nov. 2 18th ANNUAL MOUNTAINFILM ON TOUR: 7 p.m. Nov. 1-3 at WaterColors Marina Park Amphitheater off County 30-A. Gates open at 5:45 p. m. Kidz Kino mini-festival for children ages 6-12 at the Watercolor Boathouse during the main show. Prices are $35 single, $60 for Weekend, $80 for three day pass (all if purchased before Oct. 31); Day of event, prices will be $40, $70, and $90 respectively. Tickets available at MountainFilmFL.com Saturday, Nov. 3 18th ANNUAL MOUNTAINFILM ON TOUR: 9:30-10:30 a.m. Coffee Talk with Justin Clifton in the Watercolor Inn Library; 11 a.m. Coastal Eco Tour on Western Lake; film at 7 p.m. at WaterColors Marina Park Amphitheater off County 30-A. Gates open at 5:45 p. m. Kidz Kino mini-festival for children ages 6-12 at the Watercolor Boathouse during the main show. Tickets available at MountainFilmFL.com Thursday, Nov. 8 28TH ANNUAL SEEING RED WINE FESTIVAL: 6:30 p.m. reception, 7 p.m. Vintner Dinner at Bud & Alleys Waterfront Restaurant in Seaside. Cost: $195 per person; space is limited, reservations are required. For reservations: 850-231-5900 Friday, Nov. 9 28TH ANNUAL SEEING RED WINE FESTIVAL: 6 p.m. Al Fresco Reserve Tasting on Seasides Lyceum Lawn. Purchase tickets for each individual event online at SeeingRedWineFestival. com Saturday, Nov. 10 28TH ANNUAL SEEING RED WINE FESTIVAL: Grand Tasting from 1-4 pm. throughout Central Square in Seaside. Purchase tickets for each individual event online at SeeingRedWineFestival.com GO & DO: CALENDAR
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