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Worth Noting


Office closures.-
The offices off the Bradford County
Telegraph, Lake: Region Monitor and
Union County Ti times will be closed Fri-
day, Dec. 31.
County offices; in Bradford County
will be closed ont Friday, Dec. 31.
City offices in Starke will be closed
Friday, Dec. 31, and the first city com-
mission meeting of the month on'Jan. 4
has been cancelled.
The post office will be closed and
mail will not be delivered on Saturday,
Jan. 1.




Solid waste
collectioiri site
closings-
All six solid waste collection sites
in Bradford County will be closed on
Saturday, Jan. 1, in observance of New
Year's Day. All sites will reopen on
Sunday, Jan. 2.




Recycle old cell
phones and benefit
local students
Get a new cell phone for Christmas?
Not sure what to do with your old one?
You can donate, it to Communities in
Schools of Bradl ford County. CIS is col-
lecting and recycling used cell phones
and putting all of the proceeds tow ards
the Take Stock in Children Program.
which provides students with scholar-
ships, mentors and hope for a better
future. ,,
Collection boxes are located at the,
North Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce, Bradford Public Library
and the our CIS office located at 707
N. McMahon St. in Starke. Also, ar-
.rangements can be made to pick up any
donated cell phones.
For more information, please contact
Nicole Smith at 904-964-7776.



$5 Pap tests at
Palms MIVedical
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Palms Medic al Group at Starke is
offering $5 Palp tests to women on
Wednesday, Jan. 5, from 1 to 4 p.m. No
appointments aire necessary and walk-
ins are welcome:.
The Pap test is one of the most reli-
able and effective cancer screening tests
available. Women should start getting
regular Pap tests at age 21, or within
three years of the first time they have
sex-whicheverl happens first, accord-
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and Prevention.
To encourage more women to get
a Pap test, Palms offers this low-cost,
one-day clinic once a month at one of
their office locations. Palms Medical
Group has offices in Bell, Branford,
Chiefland, Gainesville, Starke, Trenton
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Residential building up slightly in 2010, commercial down


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Telegraph Staff Writer

Bradford County's building permits
increased from 404 permits in 2009 to
651 through Dec. 20, 2010, but residen-
tial remodeling permits accounted for
,the majority of that increase, up from
35 in 2009 to 221 in 2010.
According to Zoning Director Nora
Thompson, the federal government's
Weatherization Assistance Program
funded most of the county's residen-
tial remodeling projects. The Suwan-
nee River Economic Council locally
administers that undertaking, financed
by the U.S. Energy Department and the
Department of Health and Human Ser-
vices.


It helps low-income families upgrade
energy efficiency in their homes by
providing improvements like caulking,
weather stripping, window and door re-
placements, and repair or replkement
of inefficient water heaters and heat-
ing and cooling units. The program has
been in existence since 1976, but re-
ceived a 2,500 percent funding increase
to over $5 billion in March 2009 when
Congress passed an economic stimulus
bill.
Building permits for new, single-
family homes also increased in 2010 to
31, up from 24 the previous year,.as did
mobile home replacements, from 15 in
2009 to 36 in 2010.
But permits for new commercial con-
struction fell by nearly 75 percent. Only


three new commercial construction
projects were permitted in the county
this year: Good Shepherd Lutheran
Church, at the comer of Northwest S.R.
16 and Northwest 182nd Way; an office
for Affordable Home Center on U.S.
301 South; and a warehouse by Steve
Whitehead at 12776 U.S. 301 South.
2009 new commercial construction
permits included Lawtey's Subway
restaurant and Dollar General Store,
the city of Starke's water treatment
plant, fire truck bays for the Sampson
City Volunteer Fire Department, and
Starke's O'Reilly Auto Parts, Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home, Knuckle
Draggers Motorcycle Service, Repairs
and Accessories, and Lawrence Mosley
Mini-Storage.


Preliminary census, demographic estimates released


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Population growth in the United
States has slowed, although the South
and West continue to grow faster than
the rest of the country.
The country's population grew less
than 10 percent over the last decade, ac-
cording to the first numbers released by
the U.S. Census Bureau on Dec. 21.
The new count, 308,745,538, repre-
sented a 9.7 percent increase in the pop-
ulation, and according to the New York
Times, the slowest growth rate since
the 1930s. The population in 2000 was
measured at 281.4 million, which was


up 13.2 percent from 1990's count.
The slowdown was attributed to a
lower birth rate among white Ameri-
cans and a decline in immigration, per-
haps due to the recession.
According to the Associated Press,
the U.S. is still growing faster that some
other developed countries like France
and England, and though its population
is much less than China's, the U.S. is
still growing at a higher rate.
Growth in Florida has been slowing
since 1980, when the growth rate since
1970 was measured at more than 43
percent. But while the growth rate has
been on the decline, the state's popu-
lation has never the less continued to


grow to 18.8 million. The state's popu-
lation was up 17.6 percent from 2000
to 2010.
Nevada, up 35 percent from a decade
ago, is the fastest growing state in the
country. The most populous state is Cal-
ifornia at nearly 37.3 million. The least
populous is Wyoming with only 563,626
residents. Michigan was the only state
to see a population decline since 2000.
It is said population increases in the
South and West of the country-not a
new trend-could impact future elec-
tions. Congressional seats will be re-
apportioned, which will impact the

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Murder


witness


lied to


police

BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Telegraph Staff Writer

The man who led Bradford .County
Sheriff investigators to the remains of
a missing woman admitted he had ear-
lier misled police about the woman's
whereabouts.
Earlier this year, Edward Dean Baker,
took Bradford County Sheriff deputies
to a Graham cemetery where they found
the remains of Pamela Kay Hall. Baker
also told investigators that the victim's
brother, Tracy Austin Hall, warned him
on July 3, 2003, that he was going to
kill his sister because the woman had
stolen money from him.
Baker added that later that same day,
Hall took Baker to the Graham ceme-
tery, where the victim's body was. Bak-
er said he helped Tracy Hall cover the
body up with brush, and also witnessed
Hall throw the murder weapon and the
victim's cell phone into a pond on the
property of Baker's father.
A Bradford County grand jury in-
dicted Tracy Hall for the first-degree
murder of his sister in November, but
in a hearing earlier this year, under
questioning from Tracy Hall's attor-
ney, Howard Lidsky, Baker admitted
that when questioned by police in 2004
about Pamela Hall's whereabouts, he
told them he saw the woman alive in the
Hawthorne area, when he already knew
she was dead.
Lidsky asked Baker, "So you kind of
like, gave them the impression that she
was still around and alive?"
"Yes," answered Baker.
"Were you intentionally trying to
mislead them into believing she was
still alive?"
"Yes."
Lidsky also questioned Baker's asser-
tions about the murder weapon and the
victim's cell phone. According to Baker,
he saw Tracy Hall toss both items into
a small pond on the property of Baker's
father, but later, the pond dried up, and
both the cell phone and gun were found
by a Baker family member.
"I had got a call from my sister," said
Baker, "asking about, they had found a
gun in the pond and said don't I know
anything about it. I said, yeah, throw it
away. But I guess her boyfriend got it
or my father. I don't know what hap-
pened to it."
According to Bradford Sheriff Inves-
tigator Kevin Mueller, the gun was put
into storage by Baker's father, but has
not yet been recovered.
Lidsky also questioned Baker about
the victim's cell phone, which was also
found in the pond.
"I instructed my sister to throw it
away," Baker said. "It just they had
landed on different levels of the pond,
and as the pond weht empty, you know,
then weeks or so and she found it and
she asked me about it, I said, 'Oh, it's
just trash.'"
According to Det. Mueller, Angela
Baker heeded her brother's instructions
and threw the phone away.
Lidsky why he changed his story
about Pamela Hall, Baker said, "It's the
right thing to do by God."
"And that's the reason?" responded
the defense lawyer, "Just for the ben-
efit of truth, justice and your religious
beliefs?"
"This has bothered me since it hap-
pened," the witness said.


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CENSUS
Continued from page 1A

number of votes several states
ha ve in the Electoral College as
well. Being the fourth most pop-
ulous state, Florida influence in
presidential elections will be that
much greater.
Republican leaning states are
picking up representatives, while
some that tend to vote Democrat
are losing numbers. For example,
Florida will pick up two repre-
sentatives, for a total of 27, and
Texas will pick up four, but New
York will lose two and Massa-
ckusetts will lose one.
As the New York Times
pointed out, however, the new
numbers would not have been
enough to impact the outcome
of the 2008 presidential elec-
tion, assuming President Barack
Obama carried the same states. It
is also unclear the new seats will
be held by Republicans as most
of the population gains were
among minority populations that
tenor to vote for Democrats. How
district lines are redrawn will in-
fluence whether districts lean left
or right.
Even though the largest growth
was measured in the South and
the West does not mean that the
Northeast and Midwest have
stopped growing, but the dif-
ferences are striking. The South
grew by 14.3 million residents,
the West by 8.7 million, the
Midwest by 2.5 million and the
Northeast by 1.7 million.
The initial population and re-
apportionment information based
on the 2010 census has was re-
leased to meet a Dec. 31 dead-
line. The president will deliver
the data to the 112"' Congress-
which begins its first session in
January-so the redistricting
process can begin. The reap-
portioned Congresswill be the
113th, which convenes in January
2013.
Further census information
will be released in the coming
months so states and counties
can begin their own redistricting
processes.

The American
Community Survey
In addition to the national and
state population count .informa-
tion that was released this month
from the 2010 census,'the ert-
sus Bureau's American Commu-
nity Survey was released Dec. 14
detailing demographics gathered
from 2005 to 2009.
It must be emphasized that
these are estimates baged on sam-
ple data, not census data, which
strives to count every resident.
Bradford County's household
population was estimated at
24,963 in the survey, which was
up from 21,933 in the 2000 cen-
sus. Bo6th numbers differ from
the total population figures, of
course, because prison inmates
are counted in that number, which
was 26,088 in 2000 (census) and
28,841 in 2009 (survey). Inmate
population skews the numbers
so the county looks to have a
higher number of residents than
it actually does. The survey also
estimated there are 16,137 males
and 12,704 females, or 56 to 44
percent, another instance where


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inmate population skews the
numbers.
According to the American
Community Survey, Bradford
County's average household and
family size have grown slightly
over the past decade, from 2.58
to 2.94 people per household,
and from 3.01 to 3.5 members
for the average family. Whereas
the 2000 census showed 62 per-
cent of the male population was
married, that has dropped to 38.7
percent according to the survey.
Women are also less likely to be
married, with the percentage fall-
ing from 54.8 to 48.8 percent.
Around 1,330 residents over
the age of 5 speak a language
other than English at home. The
total population is 75.3 percent
white, 20.3 percent black, 0.5
percent Asian, and 2.4 percent
are two or more races. Three
percent of the population is His-
panic or Latino (any race). This
has changed little since the 2000
census, although the white popu-
lation has dropped.slightly while
the minority population has
slightly grown.
According to the survey esti-
' mate, 79.8 percent of the popula-
tion is over 18, with 17.5 percent
being over 60'and 6.5 percent be-
ing over 75. The median age is
37.9 years.
The median household in-
come has risen from $33,140
to $40,519, with median family
income rising from $39,123 to
$47,780. Of the estimated 8,484
households in the county, 10.1
percent were shown to have an
income below $10,000. Nearly
29 percent are living on less
than $25,000. Almost 33 percent
of households have an income
between $25,000 and $50,000.
Around 29.4 percent have an
income between $50,000 and
$100,000. Just 9.3 percent have
an income above $100,000, and
only 1.3 percent of those house-
holds go above $200,000.
Nearly 16 percent of the coun-
ty's population lives in poverty.
The number is more than 20 per-
cent for those 18 and under, and
14.4 percent for those over 65.
Blacks are more than twice as
likely than whites to live in pov-
erty in Bradford County (27.1
percent versus 13 percent). Thir-
teen percent of Hispanic or Latino
people (any race) were living in
poverty, and while Asians make
up a small percentage of the local
population, nearly 62 percent of
them are living in poverty.
Almost 30 percent of the 18 to
24-year-olds in Bradford Coun-
ty have failed to graduate high
school, 39.2 percent have a high
school diploma, and 28.6 per-
cent have attended some college
courses or received an associate's
degree. Only 2.4 percent have a
bachelor's degree or higher.
The numbers improve after the
age of 25. In that group, 41.7 per-
cent have a high school diploma
or its equivalent, 19.6 percent
have taken some college courses,
7.2 percent have an associate's
degree, 5.1 percent have a bache-
lor's degree and 5.1 percent have
a graduate or professional degree.
Not surprisingly, 21 percent of
those 25 and older with less than '
a high school graduation are liv-
ing in poverty. But 9.5 percent of

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Capital City Bank presents checks for education


The Capital City Bank
Group Foundation has
come through again with
$1,250 donations to two
local groups. Pictured
above, Vorease Jones,
CCB Starke market leader,
presents a check to
Bradford County Education
Foundation board members
Harry Hatcher and Cheryl
Canova at a recent
meeting. BCEF plans to
use this money to help
fund its Scholastic Fair
project, which provides
$5 certificates to every
elementary school student
to purchase books during
their school's spring
book fair. Also pictured
are education foundation
members Jerome Kelley,
Chessie Flanders, Julie
Tinsler, Phillip Johns,
Paula Register, Randy
Jones, Lila Sellars, Sylvia
Tatum, Eugenia Whitehead,
Scott Roberts, Gayle
Nicula, Barry Warren
and Superintendent Beth
Moore.


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Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010 Bradford County Telegraph A


Department heads give year-end reports


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The county commission's last
meeting of the year was a time
for department heads to talk
about accomplishments as well
as, future goals.

Extension Office
Tim Wilson, director of the ag-
ricultural extension office, said
he and the other agents. Ji i m DeV-
alerio, Debbie Nistler, and Mela-
nie Thomas, compiled 21,387
contacts with the public, includ-
ihg site visits, presentations to
groups, phone calls, office visits,
etc.iContacts have been increas-
in:over the past three years, as
has the department's impact on
the community, Wilson said.
Among the successes he listed
,for 2010 were 488 group teach-
ing events on topics like pond
management and cattle produc-
tion, with 16,729 participants.
The office prepared 151 original
educational pieces, from news-
pa'gr articles to flyers and other,
publications used to teach the
pu'bic. The extension office's
involvement in pesticide train-
ing, mosquito control and other
programs saved the county more
than $61,000, Wilson said:
Wilson works to help livestock
producers maximize their profits,
and through continuing education
programs like pesticide manage-
mplit, every $1 of his time helped
save participants $10, he said.
"That's a nice return on invest-
.mdrft," said Wilson.
The extension office hosted
more than 100 people at the fair-
grunds for a luncheon aimed at
rel.inching 'a local Farm-City
celebration. DeValerio's master
gai-ener program has used grants
to bring the love of gardening to
elementary school classrooms,
andithere's a butterfly exhibit at
ThBtnas Street Park, too.
Under Nistler, the 4-H pro-
gram remains strong, adding
three clubs and 25 percent more
participants in 2010. The 4-H
foundation raised funds to help
send 44 kids to camp as well as
scholarships to two graduating
seniors. Thomas, the family and
consumer sciences agent who
splits her time between Bradford
and Baker counties, is working
with university research project
to improve health in rural com-
mtinities as well as teaching
skills like food preservation.
These examples, as well as
promoting soil and water quality
and best management practices
for agricultural operations, etc.,
are what the extension office has
anrd:will continue to carry out in
the coming year, Wilson said.

BBuilding
VPale' Manning, .the county's
building official and inspector
(until his recent resignation),
said the office is now stamp-
ing plans instead of just signing
off on them so contractors can
see-per information contained
in the stamp-they will be held
accountable to follow building
codes. The office also acquired
a scanner large enough to digi-
taliy scan plans when they are
presented for approval so build-
ers: don't have to leave a physi-
cals ppy with the county. Plans
canr also be e-mailed to the office
from out of state where they can'


be printed and stamped when
builders arrive to pick up their
permits.
Manning said 666 permits had
been issued for the year as of the
commission meeting, 91 requir-
ing no fee payment because they
were tornado or fire related. An-
other 177 permits were related to
public weatherization programs.
Many more inspections took
place, most with in a day of the
request coming in. The office
issued 85 mobile home permits
and 31 single-family-home per-
mits, but just three new commer-
cial permits.
Manning said the office was
working on acquiring e-mail ad-
dresses for local contractors so
the department could send out
newsletters. They will also be en-
couraging local builders to sub-
mit plans electronically so they
can be reviewed and approved
before they have to make a trip
to the office.

Emergency
Management
Brian Johns, director of emer-
gency management and 911 as
well as the county fire chief, said
he is always looking for, grant
funding. One of those grants al-
lowed the county to implement
the Code Red program, which
can notify citizens via phone
about emergencies. It has been
used to notify citizens of a miss-
ing senior citizen and to-ask for
information about a suspect seen
on the Lawtey school campus.
Grant funds were also used to ac-
quire a satellite connection unit
if the 'county loses power and
communication. That alone was
worth $35,000.
They also acquired a trailer for
large animal evacuations and set
up a covered shelter for smaller
pets. Funding was obtained for
the county's emergency response
plan, which must be rewrit-
ten every four years, as well as
emergency training for county
employees. \
Totalfederal grant funding for
emergency management reached
nearly $136,000 for the 2010 fis-
cal year, Johns said. State grant
funding amounted to nearly
$108,000. Awards for the 911
program included more than
$200,000 to replace the county's
911 system. Another $238,000
grant was obtained to purchase
tower equipment to improve
emergency communications.
They've also spent thousands
upgrading radios to meet new
standards and will continue to do
so with a grant that is covering
50 percent of those costs.
Johns said local fire depart-
ments have responded to more
than 2,400 calls in 2010, includ-
ing the massive fire at the Tatum
sawmill, saving not just prop-
erty but jobs. A $10,000 grant
bought new protective, gear for
the New River department, and
a $237,000 tanker for Sampson
City that the county only,had to
chip in $20,000 for is now in ser-
vice.
Johns said the volunteer fire-
fighters are a dedicated group
who spend time away from their
families responding to emer-
gencies every day, saving lives,
property and money.


Emergency
Medical Services
EMS Director Allen Parrish
followed up on Johns' obsenr a-
tion by discussing the interde-
pendence of the county's emer-
gency responders, saying his
department could not address
medical emergencies.without the
volunteer firefighters.
He said the EMS mission is to
serve the patient, and everything
they do is to carry out that mis-
sion. They began the year with
the goal of increasing public trust
and confidence in the EMS de-
partment, and one approach was
through participation in informa-
tional and educational events.
In one year, EMS responders
reduced the number of legitimate
complaints from 16 in 2009 to
just three in 2010. That's out of
more than 5,600 call responses.
The average is around 15 calls
a day, with an average of 13 pa-
tients transported to hospitals.
EMS is working to improve re-
sponse time, Parrish said, and has
done so by two to three minutes
per call. Computer mapping will
play a role in further reducing re-
sponse time by helping respond-
ers locate residences in remote
and less familiar areas. Work has
also been accomplished mrak-
ing the job safer for employees
and furthering their knowledge
through continuing education
opportunities.
Parrish said he's proud of the
work accomplished in billing,
saying a bill is sent out within
days of service instead of months
later. The correction of billing is-
sues has also resulted in 60 per-
cent more revenue from the state,
and years of outstanding debt ac-
cumulated under a past director
has finally been written off. The
department has also reduced sup-
ply costs through using a local
vendor.
Parrish said he-wants for fur-
ther reduce bad 'debt in the future
and reducing costs to the county.
He's also confident the county
will receive funding to help the
public properly display their ad-
dresses.


Maintenance
Facilities Maintenance Direc-
tor D.Z. Griffis listed some of
the major projects completed in
2010, including the addition of
a complete drainage and gutter
system at the library and the in-
stallation of gutters at the court-
house annex and a nearby stor-
age building. They also installed
a climate control system in the
records vault. This is a fraction
of what the department accom-
plishes, he said, as maintenance
employees are called on to do ev-
erything from hanging a picture
to moving furniture.
Griffis also commended the
three-member custodial staff,
who along with inmates from the
jail, keep everything clean. '
Upcoming projects include the
possible replacement of chillers
at the courthouse, duct repair,
further upgrades to energy effi-


cient lighting, etc.

Health Department
Health Depart'inent Director
Winnie Holland said the depart-
ment has a wide range of respon-
sibilities from providing medical
care, engaging in disease preven-
tion and standing ready to assist
in emergency situations. Over
76,800 services were provided to
more than 6,600 people in the last
year alone, Holland said. That in-
cludes providing birth and death
certificates, immunizations,
primary health care services,
school health services, disease
surveillance and investigation,
and environmental inspections
for septic tank installations and
nuisance complaints.
Primary care and family plan-
ning services have been on the
rise, with more than 2,000 served.
I


Around 40 percent of those
served fall below 100 percent of
the poverty level and received
services at no cost to them. Oth-
ers received reduced cost services
based on their income level. The
number increased as the econo-
my worsened, Holland said.
By doing what it does, the
health department reduces emer-
gency room visits by the unin-
sured that increase everyone's
health care costs, she said. Still
there has been an effort to collect
more from those who are able to
pay. Nearly $259,000 from Med-
icaid is what really allows the
health department to serve the
uninsured, however, since the
state does not provide enough
general funding for that purpose.
Holland said the department
provided nearly $200,000 in

See REPORTS page 4A


NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
FOR THE OFFICE OF
BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 1

WHEREAS, the Governor of the State of Florida, under and by virtue of Sections 100.101 and 100.141,
Florida Statutes, and Section 15(d) of Article III of the Florida Constitution, has called a Special Election
for filling the vacancy of the office of Bradford County School Board, District 1, and has also called a
Special Primary, and

WHEREAS, the dates for such Special Primary and Special General Election have been fixed by the
Governor as follows:


1
Special General: March 1, 2011


Special Primary: February 1, 2011


WHEREAS, Section 100.141, Florida Statutes, provides that the Secretary of State shall fix the dates for
candidates to qualify for such Special Primary and General Election and the dates for candidates to file
campaign reports, and

WHEREAS, candidates seeking to qualify by the petition method must obtain valid signatures as follows:

5 valid signatures

WHEREAS, petitions for candidates qualifying by the petition method must be submitted to the
supervisor of elections in the county in which signatures are collected no later than 5 p.m., December 27,
2010. The qualifying fee for those candidates not qualifying by the petition method is $1,020.04.

THEREFORE, 1, DAWN K. ROBERTS, Interim Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby fix
and declare that the date on which candidates may qualify for said Special Election shall be from 8:00
a.m., January 3, 2011, through Noon, January 4, 2011. The dates for candidates to file campaign reports
are as follows:


Cover Periods


Date appointment filed
1-08-11 1-27-11
1-28-11 2-04-11
2-05-11 2-24-11
2-25-11 5-31-11


A final report is due 90 days after the candidate becomes unopposed, is eliminated, or elected.




GIVEN under my hand and the Great Seal of the
State of Florida, at Tallahassee, The&Capitol, this 15th
day of December, A. D., 2010.






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Library and patrons provide gifts to seniors


The Bradford County Public Library sponsored its second annual Senior Reading
Tree this year. Patrons were invited to select a tag from the Christmas tree, with
each featuring a wish list from a local senior citizen. Patrons purchased the gifts and
returned them to the library. From there they were delivered to area nursing homes and
handed out by Santa during their Christmas parties. The library and its patrons were
able to provide gifts to more than 65 senior citizens, and the library staff would like to
thank everyone who helped make this a success. Pictured are Cyndy Weeks, Robert
Perone, Eileen Martin, Jeanette Hamilton, Debbie Geiger and Kim Wheeler.









AA Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010


REPORTS
;Continued from page 3A

:uncompensated medical care in
12010.
. The health department has
Achieved Project Public Health
'Ready status, a lengthy process
Sbut one that distinguishes Brad-
ford's health department as ca-
pable of responding to any type
of disaster. The department also
.obtained an $85,000 planning
'grant as well as a $65,000 grant
that placed defibrillators in pub-
lic spaces around the county, and
a grant that purchased a genera-
tor for the health department.
If the department is successful
in receiving funding for a Feder-
ially Qualified Health Center in
:Union County, Holland hopes to
,be able to expand the additional
*services like substance abuse,
mental health and dental services
to Bradford County.
The future includes moving
toward electronic health records.
The department will also be put-
ting septic tank permit informa-
,tion online so the public can
better access those records, and
there is a grant to work with the-
school system on reducing teen
pregnancy.
The department is also behind
a community effort to target
the county's high obesity rate
through community and private
partnerships.

'Library
Library Director Robert Perone
said an updated state study shows
that the return on investment in
rural communities is more than
'$11 for every $1 contributed. He
shared local statistics to show
how much the public relies on
the library. For example, the li-
brary's 30 or so computers were
.isited more than 31,000 times in"
:2010. The library averages about
500 visits a day, although there
S,-have been as many as 3,000 vis-
'its in a single day. The total visits
for the year numbered more than
2144,000.
The library hosted more than
280 of its own programs with
.4,500 participants, and there


were more than 240 community
meetings with around 2,800 par-
ticipants. Activities included au-
thor visits, craft programs, book
groups, reading programs, the
book sale, story times, tax prepa-
ration, Internet safety programs,
etc., and programs are available
for all ages.
The Friends of the Library
group has been reinvigorated
and is working to purchase lap-
top computers to cut down on
the wait time for those need a
computer. Staff also wants to set
aside an area of the library for
language learning. Perone said
Spanish, French and German
have all been requested, and the
Friends are going to assist with
that as well.
The library hopes to plan quar-
terly visits by Florida authors.
Promoting literacy will also be-
come a primary mission. Another
Friends-sponsored idea is a pa-
per-recycling program, with any
money earned going back into
supporting the library. It could be
a pilot program for departments
throughout the county.
Perone closed by saying 90
percent of people in Bradford
County have library cards and 78
percent of them are active users
of the library-, a statistic the staff
is very proud of.

Community
Development
Angela Cooper, director of
the county's community devel-
opment program, said her office
processes a lot of applications
and answers a lot of questions
about housing services. In 2010,
the program provided purchas-
ing assistance for five new hom-
eowners. That might not sound
like a lot, but considering what
goes into getting a home loan and
the fact that the applicants have
lower than average incomes,
Cooper said it's pretty good.
Of the applications received
for home repairs, 16 were ap-
proved and there are another
47 on the waiting list. She used
before and after photographs to
demonstrate, the impact the re-
pairs have oil residents' quality
of life, from window and floor


replacements to roofing repairs.
They are related to safety as well
as comfort.
The department has also been
able to help in some cases where
homes were damaged by Janu-
ary's tornado, and more funding
has just become available for
that.

Solid Waste
Solid Waste Director Donny
Wise said that metal and white
goods recycling made nearly
$43,000 for the county, which
helps offset reductions in the
state solid waste grant, though
not entirely. The department also
saved $11,000 by not having to
dispose of the materials.
The department used a portion
of the revenue to purchase new
containers and replace sheds. If
able to separate the materials in
the future, the department stands
to make even more on the recy-
clables.
Important work at the old
landfill included erosion repair
the county was able to accom-
plish- using its own men and
equipment to save money when
possible. A contractor carried out
other work, such as liner repair.
All of this is required to keep the
site in compliance with environ-
mental requirements, and more
than $8,000 was saved by using
the road department to do a por-
tion of the work in house.

Road Department
The main function of the road
department, Director Paul Fun-
derburk said, is routine main-
tenance. The county acquired a
new dirt, pit that has been using
extensively to build up low areas
in unpaved roads and at intersec-
tions with paved roads.
The department acquired six
flashing stoplights at no charge
from the Department of Trans-
portation that were placed at
important intersections. Three
roads that the road department
prepared for paving 'were also
completed.
Northwest 185"' Street and
Northwest 171s Avenue have
proved to be troublesome roads
this year each time it rained sig-


nificantly. Four inches of lime
rock were placed on each road,
which proved to be a blessing,
Funderburk said.
A portion of some Seminole
Ridge roads received work at the
commission's request, but Fun-
derburk said most of the calls
coming from the public are re-
lated to mowing and litter, so the
department will concentrate on
that in the coming year.

Zoning
Eighteen applications for land
use changes, special exceptions
and variances were processed
during the year, Zoning Director
Nora Thompson said. Work also
continued on the required evalu-
ation and appraisal report, a final
version of which must be ad-
opted in 2011. The report details
progress on, implementing the
county's comprehensive plan.
The office worked on flood
maps with the Suwannee River
Water Management District and
the Federal Emergency Manage-
ment Agency. Thompson said
they are also assisting the com-
mittee established to review the
county's land development regu-
lations.
The office recently advertised
the opportunity for those impact-
ed by past county-initiated land
use changes to request a return to
their original land use.

County Manager Brad Carter
closed by saying that while the
county is stable, employees are
mindful of the decline in revenue
and are working to be judicious
with taxpayers' money.




MORE
Continued from page 2A

those 25 and older with a bach-
elor's degree or higher are living
in poverty as well.
The median individual income
for those 25 and older is $29,1f96.
There appears to be a significant
sex-based disparity, since the
median individual income for
men is $32,841 while for women


it is just $25,139.
More on the census and the
American Community Survey
can be found online.at www.cen-
sus.gov.


January
activities at
Gold Head
If one of your New Year's
resolutions is to get closer to the
natural world, January is a per-
fect time to start. Bring the fam-
ily to Gold Head Branch to re-
connect with nature, learn about
bald eagle conservation, or gain
knowledge about the park and its
history.
Mike Roess Gold Head Branch
State park is one of the origi-
nal state parks in Florida and
was constructed by the Civilian
Conservation Corps. Gold Head
Branch State Park offers a vari-
ety.of programs and activities for
the whole family.
The following programs will.
occur in January:
RECONNECT WITH THE
NATURAL WORLD
Saturday, Jan. 1, 6:30 p.m.
Meet at the recreation hall.
In these fast paced electronic
times it is important to slow
down and enjoy the rhythms of
nature. Join a park ranger for a
one-hour presentation about re-
connecting to nature. There will
be a slide show set to original
music and live acoustic music to
set the mood. This program is for
registered overnight guests only.
WHOSE HOME IS THIS?
Saturday,Jan. 8,2 p.m. Meet at
pavilion #50 in the picnic area.
Do you feel like a guest at Gold
Head Branch State Park? The
park is home to a variety of wild-
life and when you visit, you are
their guest. Join a park ranger for
a look at what animals live here
and what the Florida Park Ser-
vice does to protect designated
species while providing resource
based recreation for park visitors.
Please bring a water bottle. The
program will last approximately
45 minuets and is free with paid
$5 park admission.
TOOLS FOR TURPEN-
TINE
Saturday, Jan. 15, 1 p.m. Meet
at the recreation hall.
Have you ever wondered why
so many pine trees have buts and


holes in them or what a cat face
is? Join a park ranger to learn
about the Florida turpentine in-
dustry and the tools of the trade.
You will be introduced tQ the
turpentine industry here at Gold
Head Branch and have the op-
portunity to see some of the tools
that were used. Program will last
approximately 45 minutes and
is free with paid $5 park admis-
sion.
CONSERVATION OF AN
AMERICAN ICON
Saturday, Jan. 22, 1 p.m. Meet
at the ravine stairway.
Join a park ranger for a leisure
hike to Sheeler Lake to observe
Gold Head's bald eagle nest. You
will learn about the natural histo-
ry ot this American icon and the
efforts to bring the species back
from the brink of extinction. Par-
ticipants should wear closed toe
shoes and bring water, bug spray
and binoculars. Program will last
one hour and is free with paid $5
park admission.
YESTERDAYS FESTIVAL
Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 29
and 30, 8 a.m: to 5 p.m. Event
will be held in the picnic area.:
Gold Head invites you to ex-
perience a piece of history tat
one of Florida's first state parks.
Learn the old-fashioned way of
making cane syrup. Take a walk
back in time and witness how to
loom and spin weave. A "Florida
Cow Hunter" cracks his whip to
the amazement of anyone within
earshot. Moonshine simmers: a
pungent brew and Civil War re-
enactors pose proudly by rustic
campsites and cannons.
Join the Florida Park Service
alumni as they demonstrate open
fire and cast iron cooking. -Ven-
dors will be making root beer
floats and kettle corn, and oth-
ers selling their handmade crafts.
Local organizations will be sell-
ing a variety of foods and good-
ies ranging from hamburgers
and hot dogs to homemade ice
cream.
This event is sponsored by The
Gold Head Associates, a noin-
profit friends group that helps ito
promote and enhance programs
at Gold Head Branch State Park.
Experience an unforgettable
event, an exciting time for every-
one, and a peek down history's
corridors! Entry to the park is $5
per vehicle, up to eight people.
Call the ranger station at 352-
473-4701 for more information
about these programs.


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M v interest in World War II has taken me to the Franklin D. Roosevelt
Presidential Library in I lyde Park, N.Y., and the Huntington Library
in San Marino, Calif. Mostly. 1 spend hours sitting at microfilm ma-
chines reading 1940s Florida newspapers, or in local archives looking at old
photographs.
Newspaper articles from the war years tell us a great deal about the home
fronm during World War II. But photographs remain the most evocative arti-
facts, and readers and veterans have provided me with unforgettable prints.
Three remain my favorites. Curiously, we know precious little about these
images taken in Tampa. Starke, and Miami.
I'm hoping some of you will recognize something in these, whether it is the
people, the place, the circumstances. If you can shed any light, please contact
me at the addresses printed below. I'll share some of your responses here in
the Tribune.





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* A high-speed chase through
:Starke ended with a man being
-arrested for grand theft auto and
;fleeing police.
S-James Allen Bittinger, 25, of
!Starke was arrested Dec. 27 by
;Bradford County Sheriff's Office
;Deputy-James Albritton after Al-
brfitton was called to the Red Dog
!Saloon on U.S. 301 in relation to
;a report of auto theft.
As Albritton responded to the
call, he said he saw a vehicle
matching the description of the
stolen Jeep Cherokee driving at
:a high rate of speed in the north-


bound lanes of U.S. 301. He ac-
tivated his lights and siren and
followed.
The Jeep Cherokee attempt
to flee, making numerous turns
at high rates of speed before it fi-
nally pulled to a stop on Church
Street in Starke.
The driver, Bittinger, was tak-
en into custody.
Witnesses at the Red Dog Sa-
loon had called police when they
saw the Jeep Cherokee leave the
bar's parking lot at a high rate
of speed. They called, the report
said, because they recognized
the vehicle as one belonging to
a woman who lived nearby. The
witnesses called the owner and
found that she was not the person
driving the vehicle and did not
know that her vehicle was gone.
The witnesses then called 911.


SAccording to Albritton's re-
port, when Bittinger was inter-
viewed, he said that an unknown
man in the bar had said he wanted
to get some "powder." Bittinger
allegedly told that man he knew
where to get some, but could not
go get it because he did not have
transportation.
Bittinger said the man gave
him some keys and told him to
take the Jeep Cherokee in the
parking lot,. Bittinger said he did
so and later fled when Albritton
turned on his lights and siren.
Bittinger was charged with
grand theft auto and fleeing a law
enforcement officer with lights
and siren activated.
Bond was set at $30,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.


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True Vine Ministr ) ill
be hosting Ne% Year's E\ e
celebration ser% ices on FridaN.
Dec. 31.at 10 p.m Dinner
will be sers ed prior io the
celebration. The church is
located at 422 N. Saint Clair
St. The public is invited to
attend. For more information,
please call 904-9.64-9264.

Eden Baptist Church, located
at 2405 S.E. C.R. 219-A in
Hawthorne, will host a Watch
Night service, beginning at
7.p.m. on Dec. 31. A chili
dinner will be served, while
the Riddells, a family gospel
group, will perform. For more
information, please call 352-
481-2958.

Champion's Heart will hold
a New Year's Eve service at
7:30 p.m. on Dec. 31, with
worship in the chapel and


Need help overcoming hurts,
hang-ups and habits? Celebrate
Recovery,a faith-based addiction
recovery program, will be. start-
ing at Champion's Heart Educa-
tion Center on Jan. 6. Meetings
will be held every Thursday at 7
p.m. Call 352-478-2098 for more
information.


children's acti' ities in the
education center. Lie music
and fun for all ages in the
education center at 9 p.m.
Bring an appetizer or dessert to
share. For more information,
please call 352-478-2098.

Bradford Baptist Church
will host Evangelist Bill Rice
III and his team who will
minister through singing and.
preaching on Sunday, Jan. 2,
at 11 a.m. The team will also
be in charge of the combined
youth and adult Bible study
at 10 a.m. The church is
located 1.3 miles east of U.S.
301 on S.R. 100. For more
information, please call 904-
964-3708.

First Baptist Church of
Starke will host the second
community Sunday night
worship service on Sunday,


Volunteers are needed at Wind-
sor Manor Nursing Home, 602
E. Laura St. in Starke, to assist in
the activities department. Hours
are tracked and recorded' for
community service hours. Appli-
cations are available at Windsor
Manor or call the activity direc-
tor, 904-964-3383, for more in-


Jan. 9, at 6 p.m. Come join
hundreds of Christians from
all of Bradford County's
churches as they join in unity
to worship. Choirs from all
churches are invited to come
sing together (call 904-964-
6562 for more information).
Greg Pusateri from Grace
Community Church will bring
the message.

E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special events to editor@
bctelegraph.com. DEADLINE
IS MONDAY AT 5 P.M.


formation.

FloridaWorks offers employ-
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Visit the Starke location at 819
S. Walnut St. in the Bradford
Square Shopping Center, or call
904-964-8092.


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SAre you interested in paid
community service training?


If you are unemployed-with-low income and poor-employment
prospects, you may be eligible for the Senior Community
Service Employment Program.

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LLEGALS


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2010-CP-0085
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
FREEMAN REGISTER, III,
DECEASED
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate
of FREEMAN REGISTER, III,
deceased, Case No: 04-2010-CP-
0085 is pending in the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Bradford County Courthouse, Post
Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida
.32091.
The name and address of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy
of this notice is served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS


AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contirngent or unliquidated
claims, must file their claims with the
Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is December 23, 2010.
Personal Representative
PAULA REGISTER
POST OFFICE BOX 1209
STARKE, FLORIDA 32091
Attorney for Personal Representative
John S. Cooper, Esquire
100 West Call Street
Starke, Florida 32091
(904) 964-4701
Florida Bar No: 0910340
12/23 2tchg 12/30-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-90-545-CA
JOHNNY SLOCUM,
Former Husband,
vs.
DELORES SLOCUM,
Former Wife.
CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER 45.031, FLORIDA


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Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, must file
a claim within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 2" day of November,
2010
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Pat Halterman
Deputy Clerk
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LEGAL NOTICE
The Business Competitiveness
Committee of FloridaWorks will hold
a meeting on Monday, January 3rd
at 3:30 p.m. at FloridaWorks, 4800
S.W. 13'" Street, Gainesville. Please
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 04-2010-CP-0090
In re: THE ESTATE OF
JAMES ALPHA GNANN, JR.,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
James Alpha Gnann, Jr., deceased,
whose date of death was February
19, 2010, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Bradford County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which
is Bradford County Courthouse, 945
North Temple Avenue, P.O. Drawer B,
Starke, Florida 32091. The name and
address of the personal representative
and the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATE OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE'OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands- against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
.OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY


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The date of the first publication of this
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following services (or their functional
equivalent) supported by the Federal
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-Voice grade access
-Local usage in varying amounts
-Dual tone multi-frequency signaling
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-Access to emergency services
-Access to operator services
-Access to interexchange service
-Access to directory assistance; and,
for qualified Lifeline subscribers, toll
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T-Mobile customers may be eligible
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-per month plus applicable taxes and
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
FOR TITLE REPORT AND
TITLE INSURANCE
Project No. 11DB-L4-03-14-01-NE1
Bradford County (herein referred to
as the "Owner")
Sealed bids marked "Sealed Bid
for Title Report and Title Insurance
Bradford County Small Cities
Community Development Block
Grant Project Fiscal Year 2009 for
Emergency Set-aside Funds" to
be financed by the State of Florida
Department of Community Affairs
underthe provisions, and Subjecttothe
requirements, of Title I of the Housing
and Community Development Act of
1974, as amended, will be received
by the Owner for title report and title
insurance described, as follows:
Conduct title research to verify
ownership of eight parcels developed
with dwelling units proposed for
housing rehabilitation, preparesa title
report and issue title insurance in the
amount equal to $89,375 per parcel
for a Community Development Block
Grant Housing program.
Bids shall be addressed to the
Office of the County Clerk, 945
North Temple Avenue, P. 0. Drawer
B, Starke, FL 32091, not later than
11:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time


on January 19, 2011. Bids shall be
designated as "Sealed Bid for Title
Report and Title Insurance Bradford
County, Community Development
Block Grant Project. for Fiscal Year
2009, Emergency Set-aside Funds"
to be financed by the State of Florida
Department of Community Affairs.
Facsimile or electronic mail bids
will not be accepted. All bids must
be submitted on the Form of Bid
Proposal. Any bids received after the
specified time and date will not be
considered.
The sealed bids will be publicly
opened and read aloud at 11:00 a.m.
Eastern Standard Time on January
19, 2011 at the Office of the County
Clerk, located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, FL.
To obtain a copy of the Form of Bid
Proposal or for more information
please contact the Community
Development Office located at 925-E
North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida,
between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday
through Friday or call (904) 966-
6382. The Owner reserves the right
to waive any informalities or to reject
any or all bids.
No Bidder may withdraw his/her bid
within sixty (60) days after the actual
date of the opening thereof.
A FAIR HOUSING/EQUAL
-OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER/
HANDICAP ACCESS
JURISDICTION
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
FOR LEAD-BASED
PAINT INSPECTION AND
CLEARANCE TESTING
SERVICES
Project No. 11DB-L4-03-14-01-NE1
Bradford County (herein referred to
as the "Owner")
Sealed bids marked "Sealed Bid
for Lead-Based Paint. Inspection
and Clearance Testing Services
-. Bradford County Small Cities
Community Development Block
Grant -Project for Fiscal Year 2009,
Emergency Set-aside" to be financed
by the State of Florida Department
of Community Affairs under the
provisions, and subject to the
requirements, of Title I of the Housing
and Community Development Act of
1974, as amended, will be received
by the Owner for lead-based paint
inspection and clearance testing
services described, as follows:
Perform tests on pre-1978 single
family dwelling units to identify all
lead-based paint, including lead
paint inspection report; prepare risk
assessment report of lead-based
paint hazards, including control
options and cost estimates; and,
perform clearance inspection after
rehabilitation has been performed,
including lead paint clearance report
on eight single family dwelling units
proposed for housing rehabilitation
for a Community Development Block
Grant Project for Fiscal Year 2009,
Emergency Set-aside program.
Bids shall be addressed to the Office
of the County Clerk, 945 North Temple
Avenue, P.O. Drawer B, Starke,
FL 32091, not later than 11:00 a.m.
Eastern Standard Time, on January
19, 2011.. Bids shall be designated
as "Lead-Based Paint Inspection and
Clearance Testing Services Bradford
County Small Cities Community
Development Block Grant Project for

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Fiscal Year 2009, Emergency Set--
aside to be financed by the State-'
of Florida Department of Community
Affairs. Facsimile or electronic mail
bids will not be accepted. All bids
must be submitted on the F,orm of
Bid Proposal. Any bids received after
the specified time and date will not be
considered.
The sealed bids will be publicly,,
opened and read aloud at 11:00 a.m.
Eastern Standard Time on January
19, 2011 at the Office of the County'
Clerk, located at 945 North Temple,.
Avenue, Starke, FL.
To obtain a copy of the Form of Bid'
Proposal of for more information,
please contact the Community.
Development Office located a't 925-'
E North Temple Avenue,. Starke,-:
Florida, between the hours of 9:00.,
a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through-
Friday or call (904) 966-6382. The:
Owner reserves the right to waive,,
any informalities or to reject any or
all bids.
No Bidder may withdraw his/her bid;.'
within sixty (60) days after the actual,
date of the opening thereof.
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Food distribution
schedule set
The Second Harvest North
Florida Mobile Food Pantry's .
2011 distribution schedule for'
Bradford County will be every
Wednesday at 10 a.m. until the"
food is gone at the following lo-
cations:
First and third Wednesday of.
the month-True Vine Ministry,
422 N. St. Clair St. in Starke.
Second Wednesday of the,
month-Church of God by Faith,
730 Old Lawtey Road in Starke. '
Fourth Wednesday of the
Month-True Vine Ministry,
422 N. St. Clair St. in Starke..
(Volunteer assistance provided
by the Bradford County Food-
Pantry.)
The Second Harvest Mobile,'
Pantry program takes donated;,
food and goods directly to those',
in need. The distribution area is
set up as a drive-through so that.'
food recipients can easily get the
resources being offered and re-.
turn with them to their homes...
Recipients are asked to remain
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County, SRWMD settle on plan to fix flood gates 55 homes lost to foreclosure


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Bradford County has entered
an agreement with the Suwan-
nee River Water Management
District concerning repair of the
flow control structure at Lake
Sampson.
SRWMD recommended a ven-
dor for the work and is putting up
5(5 percent of the project cost, or
$3,000, with the county funding
the other half and any amount
over the projected budget.
The county is under a con-
sent order to deal with the defi-
ciency of the control structure.
The structure is actually a gated
culvert that can be opened or
closed to control water levels in
the lake.
County commission Chair-
man Eddie Lewis retraced some
'of what has happened with the
floodgates when the commission
met recently and discussed the
agreement with SRWMD.
He said the county responded
to a complaint that debris was
blocking closure of the flow'
gate, but discovered that the gate
was actually warped. When the
water management district was
approached for permission to re-
pair the structure, the district ac-
tually suggested removal of the


structure. Later, Lewis said, the
district was fine with repairing
the structure soJong as the gates
were welded shut, and based its.
request on maps that supposedly
showed Sampson Lake was bit
prone to flood.
"Everyone who lives out there
knows that's wrong," Lewis
said. "We've got to have them
(the gates) where we can work
them."
The county fought the water
management district's recom-
mendation, seeking a compro-
mise. Per the operating permit,
the gates are only supposed to be
open when flooding is imminent,
though that has not necessar-
ily been the case and there have
been issues of tampering with the
structure, which runs under C.R.
225.
Lewis said the county under-
stood the gates needed to be fixed
but had to jump through a lot of
hoops before that could happen.
The last time the issue was
publicly discussed was January
2009. The district wanted a fixed
structure, but one that would al-
low flow from the lake when wa-
ter rose too high. Lake dwellers
who enjoy the lake recreationally
don't want water levels to dip too
low, but on the other hand, they
fear the county not having some


mechanism for controlling flood-
ing. Some downstream would
like to have the structure n -moved
altogether or have the gates open
and closed on a regular basis to
allow water to flow through the
creek on their properties.
Carol Duke addressed gate
tampering, wanting to know what
would be done to prevent future
damage. Lewis said the county
was looking at ways to secu re the
area. Duke recommended at sign
stating a $10,000 fine for taniper-
ing with the gate might serve as
a deterrent.
Gary Brown wanted to know
the protocol for raising and how-
ering the floodgates. Emergency
Management Director Brian
Johns talked about the rainfall
and lake level data he has been
able to collect with the daily h(lp
of a Sampson.Lake resident aind
how that information has been
helped him know when to optn
one or more of the gates as well
as the effect of doing so.
Residents have also been conn-
cerned about a weed growing iun
the lake, but Johns spoke with
someone in fish and wildlife
who said winter is the worst time
to spray because growth slows
down, but paths would be cut in
the weed growth to accommo-
date boaters.


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Telegraph Staff Writer


Financial institutions took pos-
session of 55 Bradford County
homes through foreclosure pro-
ceedings in 2010, up from 34 the
previous year.
However the pace of the cer-
tificates of title, the legal docu-
ment used to transfer property in
foreclosure lawsuits, dropped off
in the last quarter of 2010, with
only four homes sold at auc-
tion. December 2009, along with
the months of January, March,


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AARP is offering its driver
safety program monthly classes
at a cost of $12 for members,
$14 for nonmembers. There are
no tests. Instruction-available
through one- and two-day class-
es-refines driving skills and
develops defensive driving tech-


May, June and July 2010, posted
the highest number of foreclo-
sure sales, with each month see-
ing eight certificates of title.
In December 2009, the Florida
Supreme Court issued an admin-
istrative order, requiring all fore-
closure lawsuits to be referred to
mediation, a requirement that has
slowed the pace of many Brad-
ford County foreclosures.
Also earlier this year, major
mortgage holders, including
Bank of America, Ally Financial
(formally GMAC) and JP Mor-
gan Chase, halted foreclosure


niques. The three-year certificate
qualifies graduates for an auto
insurance discount.
Classes have been planned in
January for Starke and Gaines-
ville, for Lake Butler in February.
The Jan. 26 class will take place
at the Bradford County Public
Library from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The Feb. I class will be from 9
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at First Baptist
Church of Lake Butler. (Students
should bring a sack lunch to these
extended one-day classes.)
For more information and to


proceedings due to irregularities
in foreclosure paperwork. In
October, Bank of America said it
was resuming legal proceedings
against delinquent borrowers.
In 2010, the Federal Nation-
al Mortgage Association, also
known as Fannie Mae, and Wells
Fargo Bank each took posses-
sion of 11 Bradford County
properties. Those two institu-
tions, along with Deutsche Bank,
which obtained seven Bradford
properties, accounted for more
than one-half of certificates of
title this year.


register, call 352-333-3036.

Vet service
office hours
announced
The Bradford County Veterans
Service office hours are on Tues-
days and Thursdays from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. and on Wednesdays
from 2 to 6 p.m. For more infor-
mation, contact Barbara Fischer
at 904-263-0647.


Sheriff returns money
BY DAN HILDEBRAN Capt. Brad Smith said Sher-
Telegraph Staff Writer iff Gordon Smith's emphasis on
obtaining grant money paid off,
The Bradford County Sheriff's with the office securing several
Office recently returned more funding awards, the largest of
than $224,600 to county com- which was a grant from the Ed-
missioners for the year ended ward Byme Memorial State and
Sept. 30, 2010, including nearly Local Law Enforcement Assis-
$130,000 the office collected in tance Grant, administered by the
fines and forfeiturespand in jail U.S. Justice Department.
and civil processing fees. "We used the money from the
The $225,616.74 refund also Byrne Grant to purchase equip-
included more than $95,000 of ment like vehicles," said Capt.
unused budget allocations, which Smith. "Without the grant, we
county commissioners approved would have had to obtain the
for the sheriff's 2009-2010 equipment uslng our operating
spending plan. hidot "



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Of the more than $130,000
in cash, .the office collected
from fines, forfeitures and fees,
$49,247 came from a program
started by Sheriff Smith in Feb-
ruary when he began to impose
a package of new fees on county
jail inmates, such as a booking
fee.
Capt. Smith added that the
sheriff recognized the hard work
of deputies and staff in keeping
an eye on expenditures and be-
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Curtis White, Minister of
the Church of. Christ in
Lawtey, would like to say
Greetings to all in
Christian Love. Once
again, I ask that you
would not be offended,
but do take the time to
investigate The Word of
God for yourself.
I want to personally thank
those of you who have
encouraged me to
continue to write these
religious articles and how
much they have been a
blessing to you when it
comes to The Word of
(God.

Question?
Akre you still wondering why the
religious world is so seriously
d ivided?
The answer is plain and simple.
U unfortunately, the front runners in this
religious facade are preachers who
profess to be followers of Christ and
Hi s teachings, as set forth in the New
Testament scriptures, are not doing so.
Paul asked the question in (I Cor
1:1 3) is Christ divided? NO Christ is
not divided. It is so sad that year after
year men are making claims that God is
liter ally speaking to them and telling
then to establish more and more
chur ches that wear different names and
teach ing different doctrines. This totally
goes against The Word of God, because
the Bible says in Heb. 10:7 that God
speaks to all men from the volume of
the book (the Bible).
Do ,you see this? If you want to hear
God :speak, then you must go to the
Holy 'Scripture.

Question?
The church of which you are a
member today, is it from heaven, or
from rr en?
Are you a member of the church
Jesus e established, the one that He is the
Savior of (Eph. 5:23), the one He died
for (Ac :ts 20:28), or are you a member
of a 9h urch that started centuries later?
Was yc iur church started in some city
other th an Jerusalem?
Are you affiliated with a church
started I y the Pope with headquarters in
Rome? .Are you a member of a church
started by Luther, Calvin, Zwingli,
Wesley, Joseph Smith, Mary Baker
Eddy, arid others who founded various
Protestarit denominations?
Are these religious organizations
from hea yven or from men? Did the Lord
start the,,e denominations or did men
found them? In all kindness and
sincerity I ask these questions, because
there are many religious organizations
in existence today for which there is no


Curtis L. White, minister :
scriptural authority. The bible declares!-
that there is but one church (Eph 4:41
Matt 16:18), The Lord founded His
church and gave it to the world
centuries before Catholicism and
Protestantism were ever known. The
Lord's church is neither Catholic nor
Protestant. It is not denominational in
any sense!
Denominationalism divides people,
promotes sectarian strife, competition
and rivalry, contradicts the plain
teaching of the bible; and goes contrary
to our Savior's prayer for unity (John
17:20). In apostolic times when sinners
heard .the gospel, believed in Jesus,
repented of their sins, they were then
baptized for the remission of their sins,
and the Lord (not man) added them to
His church (Acts 2:38, 47).
When we obey the gospel we will be
added to His church today, When saved,
we do not need to join some man-made
denomination, for we are already
members of the Church of Jesus Christ.
From heaven, or from men? This is a
good -question which sliould be asked
concerning every religious doctrine,
practice and form of worship, not
founded upon the-te'aching of the New
Testament we are.in error.
Let us go to thel-Bible with an open
mind and receptive heart that we might
learn the truth. Let us study it honestly,
not to justify our position but to
ascertain what God has revealed.
If we hold some doctrine or practice
out of harmony with the bible, let us
have the humility and courage to
forsake it. When we discover the truth
on any religious question, let us have
the courage to accept it.
The'Bible says ye shall know the
truth, and the truth shall make you free
(John 8:32).
Listen, truth saves, error condemns,
truth leads to God, error leads away
from God, truth enlightens, error
confuses, truth will take us to Heaven,
but error will send us to Hell!
If you have any questions pertaining
to what I have stated, please feel free to
call or write me at anytime at: Church
of Christ, P.O. Box 438, Lawtey, FL
32058.
And remember, a warm welcome
awaits you, a church for all people of all-
races.

Curtis L. White, Minister
(904) 782-3771
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OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL'
NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


Tornadoes lose big lead, but


rally for tournament title


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Last year, the members of
the Bradford boys' basketball
team had to watch another
team hoist the championship
trophy of the Lake Area
McDonald's Christmas
Tournament in the center of
the Bradford High gym, so this
'year, the Tornadoes had a little
extra motivation to win their
own tournament.
First Coast did not make it
easy. Danny Alston scored
nine of his team-high 20 points
during a brief spurt in the
fourth quarter to give the
Buccaneers a 61-67 lead.
Bradford responded by
outscoring First Coast 15-4 to
close out the game and win 76-
71 in the Dec. 23
championship game of the
tournament, which is hosted by
the Kiwanis Club of Starke.
"We wanted to win real bad
because Williston came out
and beat us last year,"
tournament MVP Ya'keem
*Griner said.
Griner and Darrin Blye each


scored four points down the
stretch to help the Tornadoes
(8-1 prior to Dec. 28) go
undefeated in three games
during the three-day
tournament.
Bradford head coach Traavis
Chandler said he was proud of
the effort against a team that's
in the state's largest
classification and advanced far
in the playoffs last year.
"They got a great win over a
6A regional finalist from last
season," Chandler said.
The postseason does not roll
around until February, but
Bradford and First Coast
squared off in a game that had
a playoff-type atmosphere.
Bradford led by as many as 15
points in the first half, but First
Coast, a Class 6A team that
advanced to the regional finals
last season, rallied to make it
just a five-point game at the
half.
First Coast took its first lead
since early in the first quarter
when David Cooper made two
free throws with 1:43
remaining in the third quarter,


but Bradford's Treyonte
Covington had four points
afterward to help send the
Tornadoes into the fourth
quarter up 57-54.
A dunk by Griner off of a
long pass by Tramaine Harris
following a steal by Chris
Walton put Bradford up 60-56
in the fourth quarter. Alston
made two free throws,
followed by Ambrose
Mosley's basket after a
Bradford turnover, which tied
the game.
Griner made one free throw
after being fouled, but Alston
responded with a .trey to put
the Buccaneers up 63-61.
Alson was later intentionally
fouled, giving him an
opportunity at the foul lint,
where he made one free throw.
He followed that up with a 3-
pointer to put his team ahead
by a score of 67-61.
"I was waiting to see if they
were going to give up or keep
fighting," Chandler said of his
players.
They kept fighting. Justin
McBride did miss two free
throws after the Alston 3-
pointer, while Griner had a
shot blocked, but Blye scored
on a drive to the basket to
make the score 67-63.

See TITLE page 6B


Bradford's
Ya'keem Griner
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while team-
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maine Harris
(center) and
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the all-
tournament
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4- i ,Indians come up short in 2 overtime games


Union's Quentin Johnson puts up a shot over a cou-
ple of Clay defenders.


Eagles too much for


UC in 5th-place game


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
* With a bench composed of
only one player, the Union
County boys' basketball team
managed to win during the
second day of the Lake Area
McDonald's, Christmas
Tournament- hosted by the
Kiwanis Club of Starke-but
Sthe Tigers watched Fleming
Island pull away rate in the
first quarter of a 62-38 loss in
the tournament's fifth-place
game on Dec. 23 at Bradford
High School.
Union (6-5 prior to Dec. 28)
entered the tournament
missing players, while one was
dismissed from the team after
the tournament's first day. The
six-member team defeated
Clay on Dec. 22 to put itself in
the fifth-place game, but
Fleming Island closed the first
quarter with a 7-1 run to go up
19-13. A 6-0 run to start the
second quarter put the Golden
Eagles up by 12.
Carl Alexander scored off of
an Isaac Johnson assist, while
Quentin Johnson hit a 3-
pointer following an
Alexander rebound to pull the
Tigers to within six late in the
first half, but the Eagles closed
the second quarter out with
two straight baskets-
including a trey by Daniel
Nedresky-to go into the
locker room up 35-24.
Fleming Island held a
double-digit lead the rest of the
way.
Isaac Johnson scored six
points in the fourth quarter to!
lead the Tigers with 12 points
overall, while Quentin Johnson
finished with 11 points.
Alexander, and DJ. Paige
had seven and six rebounds,
respectively.


The Tigers are currently
playing, in Baker County High
School's annual year-end
tournament and will return to
action in the new year on
Tuesday, Jan. 4, at Baldwin at
7:30 p.m. The junior varsity
teams will play at 6 p.m.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 13 11 5 9-38
FIHS: 19 16 17- 10-62
Union (38): Alexander 6,
Edwards 6, I. Johnson 12, Q.
Johnson 11, Paige 3. 3-
pointers: I. Johnson, Q.
Johnson 2. Ffee throws: 5-10.

Earlier result:

UCHS 61 Clay 55
Things were not looking
good for the Tigers after the
first quarter, bit" Queilin,
Johnson scored 10 points
during a 17-3 run to put the
Tigers in the lead for good in a
61-55 win over Clay during
the second round of the Lake
Area McDonald's Christmas
Tournament on Dec. 22.
-Union trailed 18-9 after the
first quarter and was down 25-
15 in the second quarter before
the 17-3 run that sent the
Tigers into the locker room at
the half up by a score of 32-28:
Alexander started the run with
a layup off of a Quentin
"Johnson assist. Johnson scored
off of a rebound putback and a
pull-up jumper to make the
score 25-21. A Clay turnover
led to a basket by Alexander,
who received a pass from
Shammi Maeweather, while
Quentin Johnson's steal
eventually led to his own 3-
pointer, which followed an

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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Chase Julius and Ryan
Latner combined for 22 points
in the second half, but the
Keystone Heights boys'
basketball team lost its second
straight overtime game, falling
70-66 to Clay in the seventh-
place game of the eight-team
Lake Area McDonald's
Christmas Tournament, hosted
b\ the Kiwanis Club of Starke,
at Bradford High School on
Dec. 23.
Latner scored 10 of his
team-high 20 points in the
second quarter as the Indians
(3-8 prior to Dec. 28) took a
28-25 lead into the half. The
Blue Devils made up that
difference in. the third quarter
bN outscoring Keystone 15-12.
Julius scored five of his 15
points in overtime.
Dalton Campbell finished
with 17 points. He and Latner
averaged 16 and 19 points per
game, respectively, during the
three-day tournament.
Keystone played in. the
Menendez Falcon Holiday
Classic on Dec. 28 and Dec.
29, and will return to action
Wednesday, Jan. 5, in a home
game against St. Joseph at 7
p.n.' Junior varsity teams will
play at 5:30 p.m.

Score by Quarter
CHS:13 12 15 19 11-70
KH: 12 16 12 19 7-66
Keystone (66): Avery 4,
Campbell 17, Ergle 2, Jones 4,
Julius 15, Latner 20, Thomas
4. 3-pointers: Latner 3.

Earlier result:

Fleming 67 KHHS 60
A 3-pointer by Latnmer with
27 seconds left on the clock
forced overtime, but Latner's
basket wound up being the last
of the game for the Indians in a
67-60 loss to Fleming Island in
the second round of the Lake
Area McDonald's Christmas
tournament on Dec. 22.


The Indians went on an 11-0
run in the fourth quarter to take
a four-point lead. Campbell
had two baskets and free
throw, while Julius knocked
down a 3-pointer on which he
was fouled. Julius made the
ensuing free throw, while
Reggie Thomas scored on a
drive to make the score 57-53.
A trey by Fleming Island's
Malik Johnson helped the
Golden Eagles retake the lead
before Latner's 3-pointer with
27 seconds remaining in
regulation.
Keystone missed all 10 of its
shot attempts in overtime. The
first eight trips down the floor
were one-and-done trips as the
Golden Eagles rebounded each
miss.
Campbell led Keystone with
23 points, while Latner had 20.
The duo paced the Indians in
the first half, combining for 21
of the team's 25 points.
Latner scored six points and
forced two turnovers in the
first quarter. His score on a
drive to the basket-following
a 3-pointer by Campbell-sent
Keystone into the second
quarter up 13-9.
The Golden Eagles went on
a 12-0 run in the second
quarter to go up by seven
before a Latner 3-pointer made
the score 25-21. Campbell
scored on a layup off of a
Julius assist, followed by a
Julius basket off of a Campbell
assist to send the Indians into
the half trailing 27-25.
Campbell opened the third
quarter with a 3-pointer.
Latner made two treys in the
quarter as he and Campbell
combined for seven baskets
from beyond the arc.
Score by Quarter
FIHS: 9 18 20 13 7-67
KH: 13 12 14 21 0-60

Keystone (60): Avery 2,
Campbell 23, Curtis 2,
Hamilton 3, Julius 6, Latner 20,
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Bradford wins 4 district titles, 1 state medal in 2010


The following is a look back
at the high school teams and
individuals who won
championships at the district,
regional or stqte levels, earned
medals in state competition or
who qualified to' participate in
regional and state
competitions in 2010. Any
omissions are unintentional.
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Ryan DeSue earned a state
medal for Bradford High
School, while the wrestling,
boys' basketball and boys'
track and field teams won four
district titles in 2010.
DeSue, a member of the
boys' weightlifting team, ..,p-
advanced to the state finals
after compiling a 475-pound ""
total in the 139-pound class at
the state-qualifying meet. His -
bench press was 260 pounds
and clean and jerk was 215 phy. i
pounds, giving him the third-
highest total among the state- earned
qualifying lifters in his class. More i
At the state finals, DeSue state b
placed fourth with a 495- after f;
pbund total. He had a bench doing
press of 270 and a clean and seasons
jerk of 225. Boye
'Weightlifters Steven one of
Yeauger and Brian Blackshear
qualified for the state finals as Bask(
well. Yeauger had a 585 (325 succe
bench press, 260 clean and distri(
jerk) total in the 238 class at Afte
the state-qualifying meet, tourna
while Blackshear had a 355 ara
(170, 185) total in the 119 boys'averag
class. Blackshear had the easier
-fourth-best total among state champ
qualifiers in his class, while Bishop
Yeauger's total was ninth-best. Brad
Yeauger would go on to the se
place 12h' at the state finals Treyon
with a 590 (325, 260) total. started
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Wrestler Paulk wins 3-point
district, Boyette goes on Tornad
to compete at state room u
Devin Paulk earned a district Covi
title for the Bradford wrestling which
:team, while Shawn Boyette district
finally earned a berth in the while I
.state finals after barely missing
out in his sophomore and
junior years. 4L])
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title, with 13 points,
Dariuts Corbitt had nine.


Williams and Ya'keem Griner
each had eight points.
The Tornadoes had to
survive two close contests to
get to the championship game.
Tramaine Harris hit two free
throws with eight seconds
remaining to help Bradford
defeat Interlachen 47-44 in the
quarterfinals, while a basket
and subsequent free throw by
Harris helped the Tornadoes
defeat Crescent City 49-47 in
the semifinals.
In the win over Crescent
City, Bradford made just one
field goal in the fourth quarter
as the Raiders overcame a six-
point deficit. The Raiders led
44-43 before Harris scored off
of a Marcus Ardley steal to put
Bradford up by one. Harris'
ensuing free throw made the
score 46-44.
Ardley and Corbitt
combined for three free throws
down the stretch, while
Crescent City made a 3-pointer
before the game's end.
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and Griner had 14 and 12
points, respectively, in the win
over Interlachen.
Bradford's win over Bishop
Snyder gave the Tornadoes the
opportunity to host a regional
quarterfinal game, but home-
court advantage did not lead to
victory as visiting Fernandina
Beach won 90-78 to end
Bradford's season.
The Tornadoes, who
finished the year with a 20-8
record, committed nine
turnovers in the first half,
while making only 33 percent
of their free-throw attempts in
the half. Fernandina's Zack
Rocheleau made five 3-
pointers in the first half.
Griner led Bradford with 20
points, while Covington had
18. Ardley and Williams added
12 and 11 points, respectively.
Track and field program
produces 2 district
champs, 3 runners-up,
One individual and one relay
team earned championships at


the District 3-2A track and
field meet.
Jimmy Hankerson \won the
800m with a time of 2:06.34,
while the boys' 4x800m relay
team, which was composed of
Hankerson, And) Merrill, Cole
Whitehead and DeVontre
Edmonds, placed first ith a
time of 9:01.30.
The boys' 4x400m relay
team was district runner-up
with a time of 3:38.83. The
team was composed of
Edmonds, Dionte Simmons,
Isaiah Jamison and Earl
Johnson.
Two individuals finished as
district runners-up: James
Shannon in the discus and
Christina Jordan in the 800m.
Shannon had a throw of
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F Social Announcements


Will short sales, Letters to the Editor
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Jaren Revels
and J.R. Sapp


Revels, Sapp to
wed Jan. 1
Jaren Leigh Revels of
Stake, and James "J.R."
Kandall Sapp of Lawtey,
announce their engagement
and approaching wedding.
Revels is the daughter of
.I'rry and Jana Revels Jr. of
Starke. She graduated from
Bradford High School and is
iirending Santa Fe College.
She is employed by Camp
1 landing Joint Training Center
and Sonny's, and is a member
of Kingsley Lake Baptist
Church.
Sapp is the son of Pam
Hodges of Lawtey and Glenn
Sapp of Starke. He is
employed by GRU and is a
member of Laura Baptist
Church in Starke.
The wedding will be held on
Jan. 1, 2011, at 6:30 p.m. at
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church.
A reception will follow at the
Gov. Charley Johns
Conference Center. Friends
-and family are invited to
attend. No local invitations
will be sent.


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Holly Best
and Michael Tew

Best, Tew to
wed May 14
Mr. and Mrs. Marty Best
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Holly Amanda,
to Michael David Tew, son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Tew. The
wedding will be on May 14,
2011, at First Baptist Church
of Starke.

Faulks to

celebrate 50th
anniversary
Joe and lnez Faulk will
celebrate their golden wedding
anniversary with a reception
given by their daughters and
families on Saturday, Jan. 8,
2011. Family and friends may
join the couple at the Theressa
Community Center between
the hours of 2-5 p.m. The
couple requests no gifts.

It wouldn't be New Year's
if I didn't have regrets.
-William Thomas


Meagan McGill and Warren Darty

McGill, Darty wed Aug. 7


Meagan McGill and Warren
Glen Darty, both of Keystone
Heights, were united in marriage
on Aug. 7, 2010, on Crescent
Beach. *
The bride is the daughter of
Karen Nelson of Keystone
' Heights and Patrick McGill of
Florahome. She is a graduate of
Keystone Heights High School.
She attended Santa Fe Commu-
nity College School of Nursing
and is employed at North Flor-
ida Regional Medical Center.
The groom is the son of Dave
and Linda Darty of St.
Augustine. He is.a graduate of
Keystone Heights High School.
He attended Lake City Commu-
nity College School of Forestry,
and served in the Air Force. He
is employed at American Forest
Management.
The bride was given in mar-


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riage by her parents. Her matron
of honor was Kimberly Edgy,
and bridesmaids were Christina
Dorsett and Maddison .Edgy.
Flower girl was Madyson Darty.
The groom's best man Was
Dave Darty. Groomsmen were
Michael Darty and Lane Edgy,
and ring bearer was David
Darty.
The ceremony was performed
by Walt Darty and June Kraus.
A reception was held at Sum-
merhouse Condo Clubhouse
with a beach and starfish theme.
Cupcakes were made by De-
fore's Cake Design in St.
Augustine, and the groom's Air
Force cake was also designed by
Defore's.
The couple took a honeymoon
cruise to the western Caribbean.
They now reside in Keystone
Heights.


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A worship service in the
ministry's chapel and activities
for children ages 6-12 in the
education center will begin at
7:30 p.m. Live music and fun
for all ages will begin at 9 p.m.
in the education center.
Please bring an appetizer or
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bring down
appraisals?
Will short sales and
foreclosures ultimately bring
down all property values in an
area? If so, would they also
bring down county revenue as
well?
An e-mail was sent to the
office of Clay County Property
Appraiser Roger Suggs, asking
him those questions. Suggs
was recently appointed
president-elect of the Florida
Association of Property
Appraisers and is familiar with
procedures statewide.
Tracy S. Drake, director of
Real Property Appraisals,
responded at Suggs' request
and, with his review, provided
the following answer:
By Florida Statute, all
property will'be assessed at its
market or just value on Jan. 1
of each year, regardless of
whether or not it has been sold
during the previous year.
Market value is the primary
criterion of ad valorem tax
appraisals and market
conditions will have an impact
on the context of market value.
During "typical" market
conditions, short sales and
mortgage foreclosures are
generally disregarded, given
that they have a minimal
influence on the market value
of comparable properties,
Suggs' office said.
Foreclosures, whereas the
lender or bank is the grantee or
buyer, are not considered as
arm's-length transactions
because they are not exposed
to the open market and are
considered a "taking." As
such, they are not considered
in the estimation of value.
However, short-sales and
REOs, or foreclosures,
currently represent
approximately 40 to 50 percent
of all residential transactions,
and are in direct competition
with conventional transactions.
Therefore, all transactions
are reviewed for applicability
in valuation and sale ratio

See VALUES page 6B


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we have needed them regardless
of the hour, or the severity of the
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Terry McCarthy is a fantastic
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Crime & Punishment
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.High speed
chase ends in
arrest
A high speed chase through
Starke ended with a man being
arrested for grand theft auto
and fleeing police.
James Allen Bittinger, 25, of
Starke was arrested Dec..27 by
Bradford County Sheriff s
Office Deputy James Albritton
after Albritton was called to
the Red Dog Saloon on U.S.
301 in relation to a report of
auto theft.
As Albritton responded to
the call, he said he saw a
vehicle matching the
description of the stolen Jeep
Cherokee driving at a high rate
of speed in the northbound
lanes of U.S. 301. He activated
his lights and siren and
followed.
The Jeep Cherokee attempt
to flee, making numerous turns
at high rates of speed before it
finally pulled to a stop on
Church Street in Starke.
The driver, Bittinger, was
taken into custody.
Witnesses at the Red Dog
Saloon had called police when
they saw the Jeep Cherokee
leave the bar's parking lot at a
high rate of speed. They
called, the report said, because
they recognized the vehicle as
one belonging to a woman
who lived nearby. The
witnesses called the owner and
found that she was not the
person driving the vehicle and
'did not know that her vehicle
was gone. The witnesses then
called 911.
According. to Albritton's
report, when Bittinger was
interviewed, he said that an
unknown man in the bar had
said he wanted to, get some
"powder." Bittinger allegedly
told that man he knew where
to get some, but could not go
get it because he did not have
transportation.
Bittinger said the man gave
him some keys and told him to
take the Jeep Cherokee in the
parking lot. Bittinger said he
did so and later fled when
Albritton turned on his lights
and siren.
Bittinger was charged with
grand theft auto and fleeing a
law enforcement officer with
lights and siren activated.
Bond was set at $t-u,UO0 and
he remained in. jail as of press
time.

Man forces car
off road, is
charged
A Lawtey man who
allegedly forced a woman's car
off the road and 'caused both
the driver and her elderly,
passenger to fear for their
safety was arrested Dec. 22.
Edward William Hamilton,
62, was arrested by Bradford
County Sheriff's Office'
Deputy David Schlofman and
charged with abuse of the
elderly or disabled and
aggravated assaulted
According to the report, the


victim said she was driving on
C.R. 225 near Lawtey with an
elderly Alzheimer's patient in
her car. Hamilton allegedly
followed the victim's vehicle
closely and then drove beside
it in the wrong lane, making
aggressive and derogatory
gestures while shouting at the
victim.
The victim stopped her
vehicle and Hamilton allegedly
continued to make derogatory
and threatening gestures while
shouting at her. He finally
drove away and the victim
returned the Alzheimer's
patient to the care facility and
called 911.
The victim previously had
an injunction for protection
against Hamilton, but it had
expired at the end of
November.
Bond was set at $20,000 and
he was released on bond Dec.
23.

Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Cla-y
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Anthony Leonard Aaron, 52,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 21
by Bradford County Sheriffs
Office (BCSO) deputies for
possession of synthesized
narcotics with intent to sell and
sale of synthesized narcotics.
Bond.was set at $50,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Kristopher Akridge, 30, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 24 by Clay County
Sheriffs Office (CCSO)
deputies for domestic battery.
Rena Akers Arnold, 37, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 22 by
Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and
she was released on bond Dec.
2-3.......
David Leon Bass, 27, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 20 by


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BCSO deputies for aggravated
battery and violation of an
injunction for protection. He
was also charged in relation to
an out-of-county warrant.
Bond was set at $50,229 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
John Bennett, 43, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 22 by CCSO deputies for
burglary. A charge of auto
burglary was added on Dec.
27.
Eric Lamark Cruger, 35, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 21 by
SPD officers for possession of
synthetic narcotics, sale of
synthetic narcotics and
possession of a controlled
substance without a
prescription. Bond was set at
$65,000 and he was released
on bond Dec. 22.
Kansas Lashae Ellison, 27,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 22
by SPD officers for fraud.
Bond was set at $10,000 and
-she was released on bond Dec.
23.
Lashanda Monek Fuqua, 33,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 22
on an out-of-county warrant.
Bond was set at $579.25 and
she was released on bond Dec.
23.
Lloyd William Gilpin, 20, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 21 by
BCSO deputies for sale of
illegal drugs within 1,000 feet
of a school or daycare facility.
He was released on Dec. 22.
Clarence Rassoola Green,
24, of Lawtey was arrested
Dec. 20 by Lawtey Police
Department (LPD) officers on
two counts of possession of a
weapon by a convicted felon.
Bond was set at $25,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
William Harry, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 21 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for failure to appear
in court.
David Farris Horne, 41, of
Raiford was arrested Dec. 22
by Florida' Highway "Patrol
(FHP) troopers for DUI and
DUI crash with property


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damage. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond Dec. 22.
Rodney Keen, 38, was
arrested Dec. 21 by SPD
officers for dealing in stolen
property and possession of
burglary tools with intent to
use. Bond was set at $20,000
and he remained in jail as of
.press time.
Matthew Limbert, 46, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 22 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for direction and
execution of illegal activity.
Jeramie Lowe, 34, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 23 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for two counts of
violation of probation.
Antonio Bryant Manning,
-19, of Starke was arrested Dec.
" 2 by SPD officers for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released on bond Dec. 22.
Jason Alan Moody, 20, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 22 by
BCSO deputies for assault,
criminal mischief with
property damage and
possession of narcotic
equipment. He was also
charged in relation to an out-
of-county warrant. Bond was
set at $7,500 and he was
released on bond Dec. 22.
Madalyn Mussallem, 57, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 22 by CCSO deputies for
DUI.
Robbie Parrish, 30, of
Gainesville was arrested Dec.
27 and booked into he
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $1,004 and he was
released on bond Dec. 27.
Bambi Reaser, 47, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 21 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for contempt of
court.
Jeffery Redding, 51, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 23 by
SPD officers for retail theft.
He was released on Dec. 23.
James Roberson,. 38, of
Hampton was arrested~Dec.,22'
by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for violation of
probation.


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Robinson, 42, of Starke was
arrested Dec. 20 on an out-of-
county warrant. He remained
in jail as of press time.
Jared Stephen Ross, 26, of
Melrose was arrested Dec. 24
by BCSO deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released on bond Dec. 25.
Terran R. Sechrest, 63, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 20 by
FHP troopers for altering a
Vehicle license sticker, driving-
while license is suspended or
revoked and failure to appear
in court for an original
misdemenaor charge.
Stephanie Elaine Starling,
39, of Lake Butler was arrested
Dec. 25 by BCSO deputies for
shoplifting. Bond was set at
$10,000 and she remained in
jail as of press time.
Edward Hermon Strong, 59,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 20
by SPD, officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. He was released Dec.
20.
David Sturgis, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 22 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for contempt of
court.
Kelly Sumpter, 34, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 21 by CCSO deputies for
domestic battery.
Jeffrey Ray Swilley, 32, of
Gainesville was arrested Dec.
21 by SPD officers for
possession of burglary tools
with intent to use and dealing
in stolen property. He was also
charged in relation to an out-
of-county warrant. Bond was
set at $30,000 and he remained


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Annie Thornton, 59,' of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 26 by CCSO deputies for
DUI.
Terriano Tyler-Tyan
Tisdale, 20, of Lawtey was
arrested Dec. 20 by LPD
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weapon by a convicted felon
and being a career criminal in
possession of a weapon. Bond
was set at $10,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Ernest Steven Varnes, 30, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 21 by
BCSO deputies for two counts
of possession of synthetic
narcotics and two counts of
dealing in synthetic-narcotics.
He was being held on no bond
and remained in jail as of press
time.
Barry Ledrell Williams, 49,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 21
by BCSO deputies for
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell and sale of
cocaine. Bond was set at
$50,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Joseph Parnell Williams, 53,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 26
by SPD officers for disorderly
intoxication and resisting an
officer without violence. Bond
was set at $5,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.

James D. Willis, 24, of Lake
Butler was arrested Dec. 21
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--A
Treyonte Covington
shoots from behind the
arc for the Tornadoes.


TITLE
Continued from Page 1B

First Coast's Ladarius Ward
scored on a drive of his own,
but that was followed by
Griner driving the baseline for
a basket to make it a four-point
game. Covington scored
following a First Coast
turnover, which was followed
by a basket by the Buccaneers'
Cooper.
A floater by Blye along the
baseline pulled Bradford to
within 71-69. First Coast's
Deandre Jourdain had a chance
.to put his team up by four, but
he missed a layup following" a
Bradford turnover.
McBride made a free throw
to make it 71-70. He then had
a steal, which led to a score by'
Griner, which put Bradford on
top with one minute left to
play.
Harris and Walton each
made two free throws in the
;final 30 seconds to close out
what proved to be an
entertaining game.
"I thought we gave
everybody their money's
worth tonight," Chandler said.
C: handler expressed his
appreciation to the Kiwanis
Club of Starke, for its support
of the basketball program and
r working with him and the
school to bring the Christmas
tournament back after a six-
year absence.
"I thought it went great,"
Chandler said of the
tournament, which had Lake
Area McDonald's, Beck of
Starke and Starke Family
Medical/Village Doctors of
Keystone as major sponsors.
On the court, Blye finished
the game with 19 points and
was named to the all-
tournament team. He was
joined by teammate Harris,
Swho scored 11 points and 10,Q
rebounds and six assists.
Griner grabbed a team-high
12 rebounds, while Chris
Walton and Covington,
finished with nine and eight'
points, respectively.
L Alston and Mosley
represented First Coast on the
all-tournament team, which
was also composed of
Gainesville's Tim Norman.
Gainesville finished third in
the tournament after defeating
Bartram Trail 51-29.
Bradford got off to a fast
start against First Coast,
building a 22-10 lead in the
first quarter. Harris scored off
of a steal by Griner, which was
followed by consecutive
baskets by Griner and Blye. A
3-pointer by Griner put the
Tornadoes up 11-5.
The Tornadoes scored -the
last nine points of the first
quarter. A 3-pointer by
Covington was followed by a
fastbreak basket by Griner to
make the score 18-10. A
Basket by Blye was followed
by Brian Walton's score after a
turnover, sending the
Tornadoes into the second
quarter up by 12.
Bradford made only three
field goals in the second
quarter as the Buccaneers
gradually played their way
back into the game.
Consecutive baskets by
SMosley pulled First Coast to
within 25-20 before Harris
made a trey for Bradford.
Alston made the second of
five 3-pointers to help First
Coast go into the half down by
only five.
Bradford is currently
participating in the Rock
Holiday Classic in Orlando


BHS beats Bears en route to title game


and will return to action in the
new year on Tuesday, Jan. 4,
in a road game against south
District 4-3A opponent
Interlachen at 7:30 p.m. Junior
varsity teams will play at 6
p.m.

Score by Quarter
FCHS: 10 16 28 17-71
BHS: 22 9 26 19-76

Bradford (76): Blye 19,
Covington 8, Griner 20, Harris
11, McBride 3, B. Walton 6, C.
Walton 9. 3-pointers: Blye,
Griner, Harris, B. Walton, C.
Walton. Free throws: 15-26.


VALUES
Continued from Page 4B

studies. If a transaction
conforms to the definition of
market value (within the
context of the prevailing
market), it is considered with
all other "qualified"
transactions to value
comparable properties within
its designated market segment.
During the 2009 calendar
year, the median home price of
single-family residential
homes in Clay County
declined approximately 12
percent.
This decline considered all
"qualified" transactions, wvhich
includes short sales and REOs,
that were determined to
conform to the definition of
market value.
S'In other words, some home
owners might look for as much
as a 12 percent decline in the
valuation of their home in the
coming year, especially if a
home nearby has been recently
purchased by someone other
than the mortgage holder or
bank..

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doing. -Lord Herbert


in the first quarter as the
Tornadoes and Bears were
locked in a close battle.
Bartram Trail actually took a
one-point lead into the second
quarter, but Bradford opened
the quarter with a 15-4 run.
Blye made a free throw at the
start to tie the game and later
made a 3-pointer to put.
Bradford up 30-23.
Blye had 12 points in the
quarter-nine of which came
on 3-pointers. His third 3-
pointer of the quarter sparked
an 8-0 run to close the half.
Blye's steal led to a layup by
Tramaine Harris, while his


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the court set up another layup,
this time by Deantre Burch.
Burch's basket sent Bradford
into the locker room up 45-30.
Bradford was led by Blye's
19 points, while Covington
had 16. Ya'keem Griner
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second half to finish with 15.
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eight assists.

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BTHS: 19 11 13 10-53
BHS: 18 27 12 19-76

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2, Covington 14, Griner 15,
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Darrin Blye and Tryeonte
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Bradford boys' basketball
team built a 15-point lead en
route to a 76-53 win over
Bartram Trail on the second
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Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010 Telegraph, Times 8 Monitor B Section 7B



Union has 1 state runner-up, 4 district champs in 2010


The following is a look back
at the high school teams and
individuals who won
championships at the district,
regional or state levels, earned
medals in state competition or
who qualified to participate in
regional and state
competitions in 2010. Any
omissions are unintentional.

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
regional News/Sports Editor
Union County High School
boys' weightlifter Colt Bennet
was a state runner-up, while
the track and field program
produced four district
'championships in 2010.
Bennett. who competed in
the 119-pound weight class,
actually finished with the same
total as state champ Joel
Ensminger of Panama City
Beach Arnold. Ensminger,
though, weighed 7 ounces less
than Bennett, which
determined the order of
placement.
The two lifters had 400-
pound totals. Bennett had a
bench press of 215 pounds and
a clean and jerk of 185 pounds.
Bennett advanced to the
state finals after compiling a
395 (210 bench press, 185
clean and jerk) total at a
qualifying meet. Bennett's
total was tops among state-
qualifying lifters in his class.
During the regular season,
Bennett set school records in
the bench press (220 pounds)
and clean and jerk (195).
Girls' weightlifting team
member Samantha Cook also
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completes
basic training
Army National Guard Pfc.
Matthew Reynolds has
graduated from basic infantry
training at Fort Benning,
Columbus, Ga.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier received
training in drill and
ceremonies, weapons
employment, map reading,
tactics, military courtesy,,
military justice, physical
fitness, first aid skills, and
Army history, core values and
traditions. Additional training
included development of basic
combat skills and battlefield
operations and tactics, and
experienced use of various
weapons and weapons
defenses available to the
infantry crewman.
He is the son of Brian
Reynolds of Keystone Heights.


An optimist stays up until
midnight to see the new
year in. A pessimist stays
up to make sure the old,
year leaves.
-Bill Vaughan


RIGHT: Bryan
Holmes won a
district cham-
pionships for
Union County
in 2010 in the
100m and
200m. BELOW
RIGHT: Colt
Bennett was
the state run-
ner-up in the
119 class at the
weightlifting
finals.


qualified for the state finals
with a 395 (210, 185) total in
the unlimited class at a
qualifying meet.

Track and field teams
earn 4 district titles
Bryan Holmes and the boys'
4xl00m relay team repeated as
champions at the District3-2A
finals.
Holmes won the 200m with
a time of 22.21 seconds, while
the relay team, which was
composed of Holmes, Koydric
Simmons, Josh Tyson and
Justin Tyson, had a time of
43.12 seconds.
Holmes also won the 100m


"with a time of 10.98 seconds,
while girls' team member
Samantha Cook won the shot
put with a distance of
38'11.5".
Cook and Holmes were two
of three athletes to finish as
district runners-up. Cook did
so in the discus with a distance
of 88'1", while Holmes did so
in the high jump by clearing
5'11".
Shakeyla Griffin finished
second in the 400m with a time
of 1:04.53.
The top four finishers in
each event advanced to the
regional finals. Advancing by
virtue of third-place finishes
for Union were Khadijah Jones
in the shot put (30'6"),
Courtney Klein in the long
jump (14'10") and .the girls'
4xl00m relay team of Griffin,
Jones, Klein and Cameron Lee
(52.83).
Union's fourth-place
finishers were Lee and
Simmons in the girls' and
boys' 100m races with times
of 13.42 and 11.45 seconds,
respectively, and Lareesa
Jackson in the discus (80'6").
At the regional finals,
Holmes placed third in the
200m with a time of 22.13
seconds, while Cook placed
fourth in the shot put with a
distance of 35'1 1". Those,
finishes qualified both for the
state finals.
The Tigers finished in eighth
place in three events at the


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regional meet: boys' 100m
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Webb, Josh Tyson, Justin
Tyson, 44.11) and girls' long
jump (Klein, 15'6.75").
Cook fell one place shy of
earning a medal at the state
meet, finishing ninth in the
shot put with a distance of
33'11.75". Holmes did not
advance to the finals in the
200m, finishing 13th in the
preliminaries with a time of
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Baseball team places
second in district
An exciting win over
Keystone Heights propelled
the Union baseball team to the
District 4-3A championship
game, but the Tigers fell short
of a title, losing 4-0 to Baker
County.
The Tigers had just one hit
off of Baker pitcher Chris
Waddell, who struck out nine,
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I Obituaries


Mary Callahan


Mary Callahan
STARKE-Mary Louise
Callahan, 64, of Starke, died on
Friday, Dec. 24, 1010. She was
.born on May 6, 1946, in
'Rogersville, Tenn., to the late
'Richard Coffee and Leona
:,Williams-Coffee. She was a
'member of Bible Baptist Church
in Starke. She was preceded in
-death by her husband, Horrance
Callahan, and her daughter,
Georiana Davis.
: Mrs. Callahan is survived by:
,her children, Mary Sue Keene of
Savannah, Ga., Ronda (Norm
Thomson) Bratcher of West
-Carrollton, Ohio, and George
-,Coakley of Starke; a brother,
Allan (Sue) Coffee of Rogersville;'
h sister, Lollita (Mack) Smith of
'Tennessee; 11 grandchildren and
.eight great-grandchildren.
.. Memorial services will be held
at a later date. Arrangements are
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke. Visit
www.archietannerfuneralservices.
.com to sign the family's guest
book.


Edna Frame
: STARKE-Edna "Z.D." Arnold
Frame, 91, a three-year resident of
.Starke, died on Sunday, Dec. 26,
2010. She was born on Oct. 4,
1919, in Branford, to the late
Joseph Jefferson Arnold and
Kathryn Welch-Arnold.
Mrs. Frame lived irn Gainesville
for 17 years before moving to
'Starke. She was of the Baptist
faith. She was preceded in death
-by: her husband of 10 years,
:Thomas Frame; her son, John
JLaird; five brothers and five
sisters.
She is survived by: her son,
William Laird of Palm Coast; her
sister, Nadine Frame; four
grandchildren, five great-
grandchildren and two great-great-
grandchildren ... '
Graveside services %ill be held
on Monday, Jan. 3, at 11 a.m. at
Newberry Cemetery with Pastor
Andy Cook officiating.
Arrangements are under'the care
.o6f Archie Tanner Funeral Services
'of Starke. Visit
www.archietannerfuneralservices.
rom to sign the family's guest
'book.

Christopher
Harvey
; GLEN ST. MARY-Christopher
Eugene Harvey, 19, of Glen St.
Mary, died on Thursday, Dec. 23,
2010, from injuries suffered in a
truck accident in Raiford. He was
a senior at Baker County High
School.
He is survived by: his parents,
Eugene and Virginia Harvey, both.
of Glen St. Mary; his sisters,
Kimberly K. Harvey and Sandra
M. Harvey, both of Glen St. Mary;,
..,'his paternal grandparents, Curtis-
-Harvey and Dorothy Wray; and
.,-his maternal grandparents, Billy
.Wayne and Mary Dale Harvey.
_t A visitation was held on Dec.
28, at 'Archer Funeral Home in
Lake Butler. Burial will be at a
later date.

Ruth Revels
MACCLENNY-Ruth Luella
Auwers Revels, 81, of Macclenny,
;died Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2010, at
E.T. York Haven Hospice in
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Gainesville after an extended
illness. Ms. Revels was born in
Deer Creek, Okla., and lived the
past 11 years in Macclenny.
She was a retired waitress. She
was the daughter of the late
Frederick J. and Martha Marsh
Auwers, and was also preceded in
death by her husband, Jack
Revels.
She is survived by: two
daughters, Karen Revels of
Hawthorne and Jackie (Bobby)
Colston of Macclenny; a, son,
Frederick James (Carol) Rigdon of
Grapevine, Texas; a sister, Mae
Thomas of Bristow, Okla.; and
five grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held on
Thursday, Dec. 30, at 11 a.m. in
the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with Scott
Fisher officiating. Family will
receive friends at the funeral home
on Thursday from 10-11 a.m., just
prior to the service. Burial will
follow at Sapp Cemetery in
Raiford. Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler is in charge of
arrangements.

John Rowland
STARKE-John "Raymond"
Rowland, 71, of Starke, died on
Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2010, at his
residence. Mr. Rowland was born
on Dec. 29, 1938, in Chester, Ga.,
and moved to Starke six years ago
from Temple Terrace.
Mr. Rowland served in the
United States .,Army as a military
policeman, retired from
construction with United
Petroleum, and was a member of
Sampson City Church of God. He
was a skilled carpenter.
He was preceded in death by
his father, L.J. Rowland, and his
brother, C.M. Rowland. Survivors
include: his wife of 53 years, Irene
Kato Rowland of Starke; a son,
Johnny (Tracie) Rowland Jr. of
Starke; daughters, Lisa (Todd)
Savage of Brandon, Donna (Tim)
Belanger of Zephyrhills; his
mother, Lillie Mae Stickle of
Gainesville; sisters, Lucy (Norris)
Adkins and Ethelene (Lewis)
Marchand; a brother, Simon
(Betty) Rowland; eight
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Dec. 23, in the Sampson City
Church of God with the Rev. Gene
Bass and Pastor Alton Coleman
officiating. Burial will follow at
the Keystone Heights Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, contributions


may be made to Haven Hospice,
4200 NW 90'h Blvd., Gainesville,
FL 32606. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Starke.

Daniel Skinner
STARKE Daniel Lamar
Skinner, 52, of Starke, died on
Saturday, Dec. 18, 2010. He was
born in Jacksonville on April 24,
1958, to Nadine Skinner and the
late L.D. Skinner. He was
preceded in death by his father,
L.D. Skinner, and his sister,
Patricia Wood.
Mr. Skinner is survived by: his
mother, Nadine Skinner; his
daughters, Tarah Jones of
Williamsburg, Va., and Daina
Skinner of Gainesville; his
brothers, Larry D. and Robert A.
Skinner; his sister, Cathy Lloyd;
and one grandchild.
Memorial services will be held
at a later date. Arrangements are
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke. Visit
www.archietannerfuneralservices.
com to sign the family's guest
book.

Victor Thurman
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Victor
"Vic" Bishop Thurman, 76, of
Keystone Heights, formerly of
Kentucky, died on Wednesday,
Dec. 22, 2010, at the Palliative
Care Unit of the VA Hospital in
Gainesville. He was born on Jan.
7, 1934, in Pulaski, Ky., to the late
Hersel and Martha Tolley Bishop.
He retired from both the U.S. Air
Force and Kentucky State Park
system. He was a veteran -of both
the Korean Conflict and the
Vietnam War.
He is survived by: his wife of
55 years, Helen Irene Bishop; two
daughters, Deborah Bishop and
Vicki Diane (William) Slattery of
Keystone Heights; brothers, Boyd
(Betty) Bishop of Hamilton, Ohio,
Elmer (Barbara) Bishop of
Lancaster, Ky., and Ronald (Rita)
Bishop of Pataskala, Ohio; sisters,
Maxine Napier of Hamilton, and
Phyllis (Connie) Lainhart of
Richmond, Ky.; and two
grandsons. He was preceded in
death by his sisters, Marjorie
Hacker and Francis Bishop.
Graveside services were held
on Dec. 28, at the National
Cemetery in Jacksonville.
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Evelyn Timmons
MELROSE-Evelyn Jane
Timmons, 85, of Melrose, died
Friday, Dec. 24, 2010, at the
Haven Hospice in Palatka. Mrs.
Timmons was born in Derby,
Ohio, on Dec. 19, 1925, to the late
Otis and Bessie Shoemaker
Temple, and she was a
homemaker.
In 1965, Mrs. Timmons moved
to Melrose from Mt. Sterling,
Ohio. She was a member of First
Assembly of God. She was
preceded in death by her husband,
Max, and sisters, Elizabeth Poplin
and Ann Miller.
She is survived by: her


daughter, Diana (Paul) Coleman
of Melrose; brothers, Robert
Temple, Dale Temple, Howard
Temple and Williams Temple, all
of Ohio; and two grandchildren.
Graveside services were held
on Dec. 29, at the Crosby Lake
Cemetery. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.

Leon Winslow
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Leon
Martin Winslow, 83,.of Keystone
Heights, died Monday, Dec. 27,
2010, at North Florida Regional


Medical Center in Gainesville. He
was an Army veteran and a
member of the American Legion
in New Hampshire.
He is survived by: his sons,
Leon (Linda) James Martin of
Keystone Heights, and John
(Roxane) Martin of Berlin, N.H.;
four grandchildren and nine great-
grandchildren.

A visitation will be held on
Friday, Dec. 31, from 5-7 p.m. at
Moring Funeral Home in Melrose.
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ATTN. LANDLORDS AND
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limited number of 28 x
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3347.
PALM HARBOR 32 X 80
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month. Call 904-783-
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New metal roof and has
plywood floors. Will de-
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call Doyle at 386-315-
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50 For Rent
HOUSE AND MOBILE home
for rent. In good condition,
for more information call:
904-964-5006 or 904-
422-8959.
FOR RENT 2BR upstairs
apt. CH/A, fully electric,
$450 per month. Call Joan
at 904-964-4303.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
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information.
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APARTMENTS "Winter
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per month, 2/2 only $549
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per month. Subside units
available. Security de-
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STARKE/KEYSTONE
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out towards Lulu. $600
security, $600 rent, no
smoking, service animals
only. Call 904-966-0765.
SINGLE WIDE MOBILE
HOME FOR RENT ON
PRIVATE LOT in Raiford
on CR 229. 2/1, $500/
mth. Call 386-431-1917
or 904-966-1396.
2BR/1BA CH/A, very clean,
nice area, lawn & mainte-
nance included, $460 per
month plus deposit. Large
yard. Call 904-364-8301.
4BR/2BA HOUSE ON LAKE
BROOKLYN, Keystone
Heights. $900/mo. First,
last and security deposit.
Call 352-494-3714.
AVAILABLE 1/1/11. One
bedroom cottage on river
furnished. $800 includes
all utilities. Please call
Elaine at 904-966-2937.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2BR/
1BA house, large living
room with fireplace, CH/A,
water, sewer and outside
maintenance included.
cable, dish or direct
TV available, $550 per
month, senior discount
available. Call 352-475-
3440 or 352-494-0047.
2BR/1BA IN STARKE,
fenced yard, CH/A, $500/
mo. 904-521-2951.
4/2 DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE
HOME ON 3 ACRES OF
LAND IN RAIFORD. $850/
mth, $500/sec. Available
December 1' Call Mike
at 904-626-5721 or 904-
259-4891.
3BR HOUSE with a great
mother in law house.
Dwellings separated by
a carport. Mother in law
apt has kitchen and bath-
room. Outside pets wel-
come, have a dog pen.
Both for $800 per month.
Clay Electric, located on
134th St. off Hwy 100.
Call 904-364-9022.
NEAR LAKE BUTLER, small
3 bedroom/1 bath single
wide. After 4p.m. Call
386-496-2599.


KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $575/mo.
plus deposit. Also, 2BR!'
2BA house in Clay Coun-
ty, $750/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-475-6260.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 14 x
70 MH 2BR/2BA, country
setting on 1 acre, paved
roads, service animals
only. $565 plus deposit,
call Chris at 352-278-
2338.
FOR RENT MH 2BR/1BA,
CH/A, clean, $525 + de-
posit. Call 904-769-9559,
leave a message.
3BR/2BA CLOSE to Key-
stone Heights Schools,
CH/A, W/D hookup,
stove, frig. 470 Dove St.,
Keystone Heights. $695
rent, $600 security Call
352-475-5533 or 352-
226-9220.
SWMH IN COUNTRY, LIKE
NEW, 3/1, CH/A. Mini
blinds and insulated win-
dows throughout, new
carpet and congoleum,
wood deck, nice yard,
quiet area. $525/mth plus
deposit, senior discount.
Call 904-571-6561 or
352-468-1093. SE 49th
Ave., Starke.
LIKE NEW KEYSTONE
3BR/2BA SWMH, CH/A,
W/D, all appliances. $650
per month, first, last and
deposit. Service animals
only. Call 352-473-0464.
SPECIAL 2BR/1 BA MH ON
ACREAGE with fenced in
yard, washer/dryer, CH/A,
$500 per month. Call 386-
523-5091.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA, SWMH, CH/A,
porch, large wooded lot.
$350/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-213-4563.
52 Animals &
Pets
6 BRINDLE PIT-BULL pup-
pies for sale. $100 each.
Gotti/Redboy bloodline.
Call Edrick at 904-769-
9466, leave a message.
PUPPIES FOR SALE 1 Box-
er, $400 male. French-
ton, $600. 1m/if. French
Bulldogs, $1,200-1,500
males. Health certificates.
Call 904-863-4243.
53 C Lake
Butler Yard
Sales
2 DAY SALE New Years
& next day, Sat. & Sun.
Everything must go! Fur-
niture, tools, house caulk,
sub flooring caulk. 12
inch by 1/2 inch bolts/nuts
& washers, kitchen cabi-
nets & counter tops, used
carpet, filing cabinets, 22
foot ocean cruiser with
below cabin, V8, in/out
board 165hp motor. 26


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57 For Sale
CLOTHES DRYER. Heavy
duty, looks & works great.
Asking $150. New elec-
tric arm chair, paid $600
asking $300. Please call
386-496-2744.
OAK FIREWOOD, $175/
cord, 1/4, 1/2 cord .also
available. Free delivery
in Starke, Lake Butler and
Keystone Heights areas!
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59 Personal
Services
SEARS HOME IMPROVE-
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stallment HVAC systems,
custom replacement win-
dows & doors, premium
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& cabinet refacing. Free
estimates & financing,
call 904-368-9966. Sears,
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CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
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of termite & water-dam-
.aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
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FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
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BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles! Will pick
up anywhere. Up to $150.
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
DAY CARE IN LAKE BUT-
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hours, lots of TLC. HRS
certified, CPR certified
and First Aide certified.
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tors, ATV's, lawn mowers
& trucks. No title neces-
sary. Will pick up within
150 mile radius; pay cash.
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2367.
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position available. This
wouldd be perfect for a
mature college student
or retiree. It is 3 days per
week, 8am-2:30pm. Must
lead a Christ-centered
life and attend church
regularly. An athletic back-
ground is preferred. For
more information please
call Glenda at 904-964-
7124.
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in the Keystone Heights
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THE CITY OF KEYSTONE
Heights is seeking a
Keystone Heights area
resident to serve on the
Keystone Heights Com-
munity Redevelopment
Advisory Board. Applicant
must have a physical
home address in Key-
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or own a local business
inside the city limits. The
term is for three years.
The position will require a
minimum of one.meeting
per month and additional
meetings as necessary.
The application may be
obtained form the Key-
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more info. Deadline for
submitting application
is January 7th, 2011,
3:00pm at City Hall, 555
S. Lawrence Blvd., Key-
stone Heights, Florida.'
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Melrose. Looking for out-
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IOB Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010


BHS
Continued from Page 3B

Jordan completed her race in
2:43.27.
Jordan also qualified for
regional competition in the
1600m by placing third with a
time of 6:14.90. Edmonds and
Merrill qualified for the
regional finals by placing
fourth in the 800m and 3200m,
respectively, with times of
2:12.95 and 11:36.81. '
-None of the regional
participants moved on to the
state finals, but both boys'
relay teams and three
individuals earned top-10
finishes. The 4x400m team
wvas eighth with a time of
3:34.07, while the 4x800m
team was eighth with a time of
8:42.71. Shannon was 10"' in
the discus .with a throw of
115'2", while Jordan was 10'h
in the 1600m with a time of
6:04.18.

Boys' cross country
team advances beyond
district finals
The boys' cross country
team grabbed the last regional
qualifying spot, finishing
eighth at the District 2-2A
meet with a score of 273.
Andy Merrill led the team,
placing 23rd with a time of
18:08.21. Scotty Peirce
recorded a personal record of
20:12.27, followed by Ian
Waters (20:34.97), John
Wesley Gillenwaters
(20:34.97) and Cole
Whitehead (20:17.77).
All runners improved upon
their times at the regional
finals, though none advanced
to state. Merrill had a time of
17:35, while, Peirce established
a new personal record with a
time of 19:05.17. Gillenwaters
had a time of 19:20.73", while
Waters and Whitehead had
times of 20:14.57 and
20:17.77, respectively.



UCHS
Continued from Page 7B

three of the Wildcats' runs.
Baker County scored twioe
in the first inning, getting one
run off of a single and another
off of an error. In the second
inning, a runner reached on a
passed ball-third strike and
advanced to second on an error
before scoring on a single.
The Wildcats' fourth run
was scored on an error in the
fourth inning.
Union pitchers Thomas
Cason and Miles Willis
combined to give up six hits
and two walks, while striking
out six.
The Tigers began the
tournament with a 10-5 win
over Interlachen in the
quarterfinals. Cason earned the
win, striking out 15 and giving
up six hits.
Interlachen went up 3-1, but
solo homers by Taylor.
Chastain and Josh Griffis tied'
it up.
Union scored four runs 'in
the bottom of the fifth to break
a 5-all tie. Seth Parrish had an
RBI single, while two runs
scored on a Sean McRae
sacrifice bunt and a Colby
Andrews single. Chastain
drove in another run with a
Single.
Chastain finished the game
4-for-4, while Griffis was 3-
for-4.
In the district semifinals, the
Tigers gave up a big lead and
then rallied in the seventh to
defeat Keystone Heignts II-
10.
The Tigers led 7-1, but
Keystone scored eight runs in
the bottom of the sixth to take



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Bradford County Board of County
Commissioners is scheduled for


January 3, 2011, at 9:30 a.m. in
the Commission Meeting Room,
North Wing, Bradford County
Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave.,
Starke, FL. A qopy of the agenda,
with attachments, may be obtained
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January 6, 2011, at 6:30 p.m. in
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a.9-"lead.
Griffis, who finished the
game 2-for-2, led off the top
half of the seventh with a
single. He was involved in a
force-out play at second,
which left Parrish safe at first.
Parrish scored" on- a Dylan
Allen single to pull the Tigers
to within one.
With runners at the corners,
Mason Dukes hit a ball to right
field that was misplayed by
two outfielders. It fell,
allowing two runs to score.
Cason then hit an RBI single to
put Union up II -9.
Keystone, after scoring a
run, had the tying run on.
second with one out in the
bottom of the inning. Cason,
who pitched to the final five
batters, forced one batter to
ground out while striking out


- A 4F


Thomas Cason was a
standout for the Tigers
at the plate and on the
mound.


the final batter.
OffensivelN. Cason and
Chastain each had three hits
and two RBI. Chastain hit two
home runs.
Willis drove in t\\o runs on a
double.
By N irtue of losing in the
district championship game,
the Tigers had to go on the
road and play Bolles in the
regional quarterfinals. Bolles,
which went on to win the state
championship, defeated the
Tigers 14-5, ending their
season with a 10-15 record.
Bolles had 14 hits, seven of
which were extra-base hits.
Dukes hit a solo home run
for the game's first run, but the
Tigers were held to five hits.
Andrews had a double in the
game, while Parrish had an
RBI single.


TIGERS
Continued from Page 2B

tAIAanider redound.
A third straight turnover by
Clay led to another trey by
Johnson, which put the Tigers
up 29-25. Isaac Johnson closed
the half with a 3-pointer of his
ow\n.
The Tigers opened the third
quarter with a 9-2 run.
Alexander had three baskets,
while Maeweather made a 3-
pointer to put Union up by 11.
Clay pulled to within four
points in the fourth quarter, but
consecutive baskets by
Alexander and Paige, along
with two free throws by
Quentin Johnson, pushed the
Union lead to eight.
Alexander scored 10 points


in the second half to finish
with a team-high 17. Isaac
Johnson and Quentin Johnson
each had 15 points.
Quentin Johnson had 10
rebounds, while Alexander had
nine.


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 9 23 15
CHS: 18 10 10


14-61
17-55


Union (55): Alexander 17,
Edwards 2, I. Johnson 15, Q.
Johnson 15, Maeweather 5,
Paige 7. 3-pointers:
Maeweather, I. Johnson 2, Q.
Johnson 2. Free throws: 14-
20.


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