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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: February 28, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume ID: VID00245
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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Mayors discuss utility rates


Montavia C. Natasha
Murphy Powell

2 women


arrested'


in double

homicide
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Two more arrests have been
made in connection with the
double homicide that occurred
at Marianna Gardens
Apartments late Feb. 18.
At 8:53 a.m. Friday, officers
from the Marianna Police-
Department arrested. Natasha
Powell, 36, the mother of pri-
mary suspect LaMarquis
Powell, who was arrested Feb.
20. Montavia Chanel Murphy,
18,'was also arrested Friday.
See ARRESTED, Page 9A >


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County Mayors Association
met Thursday evening, with special guests
from local utility companies. The intention
was for municipal leaders to speak with com-
pany officials on behalf of their constituents,
regarding the recent protests over utility
costs.
Municipal leaders from. nearly every town
in Jackson County were in attendance, with
the exception of Grand Ridge and Gracdville.
An official with the governors office, Mike
Bums, was also in attendance.
The meeting was an informal open discus-
sion on the topic of utility rates. West Florida
Electric Vice President of Services Gary
Clark. and General Manager of Florida Public
Utilities Buddy Shelley were the two in the
hot seat Thursday..
The first question to arise was the differ-
ence between base rate charges and whole-
sale power adjustment charges, also known as
purchased power cost. Both Clark and
Shelley explained what each rate is for, rand
how it is derived.
The base rate is the fee paid by utility cus-
tomers to have electricity available when
needed. This charge is significantly influ-
enced by the density of the population in each
service territory.. The higher-density utility
territories allow some utility companies, such
as Florida Power and Light Company,-to have
lower rates than their competitors.
Shelley explained that wholesale power
adjustment charges, also known as purchased


Buddy Shelley and Gary Clark answer questions about public utility rates during a meet-
ing of the Jackson County Mayors Association Thursday. Mark Skinner / Floridan


power cost, is based on what Gulf Power -
.FPU's power provider charges FPU.
According to Clark and Shelley, these rates
have been on the rise, for years.
Due to the rising cost of fuel used to gener-
ate electricity -- coal and natural gas this
rate on customers bills is also rising. '


West Florida Electric's power supplier is
PowerSouth '" Energy Cooperative.
PowerSouth's coal costs have risen from $32
per ton in 2000, to as much as $185 in 2008.
According to both Clark and Shelley, a
See RATES, Page 9A N


Food, wine and art at Jazzy Day
BY ASHLEY McKEEN : .,
FPLORIDAN STAFF WRITER i. *


The weather held up and the
sun even began to shine for
Marianna's
.<" ... Jazzy Day in
" -- T o. w n
Saturday. .
The event
'. was coordingt-
-ed by group
wishing to
For scenes bring a little
and interviews artistic flare to
from Saturday's the Jackson
Jazzy Day in County area.
Town, go to Members of
jcfloridan.com. the Artist Guild
of Northwest
Florida and Mainstreet Marianna
formed a board for that purpose.
Pam Fuqua, Betty Taylor,
Mystie Richards, Debra
Menacof, Michele Kimbrough,
Jeneane Brown and Charlotte
Brunner formed the group on Jan.
1, and planned and coordinated
"A Jazzy Day in Town" on short
notice.
"The day has been great, iwe
,are really happy with the turnout,
especially with it being so cold,"
Brunner said. "We're so glad to
see so. many people get out and
enjoy a day on the town togeth-
er." '
Brunner explained that the
board's ultimate goal is to con-
vert the old First Capital Bank
building in downtown Marianna
into a museum.
"Wouldn't that just be great?"
Brunner said Saturday. "I would
love- to see this turn into a little
art district."
The event was set up on
McPherson Street downtown,


Above, Ethan Paris was one of the many people to paint part of a
Jazzj Day mural during A Jazzy Day in Town Saturday. At right,
Kent Morgan Albu works on a chalk drawing at A Jazzy Day in
Town Saturday. Mark Skinner / Floridan


attracting residents from all over
the county.I
The street was lined with local
vendors selling food and artwork.
Bundled up .families walked
around, munching on roasted ears
of corn, slices of pizza and Cuban
sandwiches.. Local restaurants
such as Half Shell's- and
Madison's also set up tables for
people to grab a bite.
The usual baked goods table
was selling treats. Ocheesee


Creamery had a booth to sell
their milk and butter.
Along with the appetizing food
selection, attendees were enter-
tained with plenty of art to
peruse, a car show, and a wine
tasting event alLwrapped up with
'live music.
The event hosted musical tal-
ents Dennis 'Guy, Dustin and
Danny Worley and Nick Scallorn,
See JAZZY, Page 9A >


County scores well on


graduation, dropout rates


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Historic

home

restorer




STAFF REPORT
Floye Brewton,
a restorer of his-
toric homes and Floye
buildings in Brewton
Jackson County,
died Saturday at the age of 77.
Brewton's work saving old
homes from the wrecking ball
garneredhim the Citizen of the
Year award for 2006.
After retiring from the St. Joe
Paper Company, Bre\vton moved
to Marianna and .undertook a.
number.of restorations over the
years. They included the home
he lived in on Green Street, the
old train depot now on
McPherson Street, the Holden
house, the Ely-Criglar house, the
Dickson-Mock house and sever-
al others.
.In the case of the old depot,
Brewton not only restored the
building, he moved it to its pres-
ent location. In addition to the
chamber ;of commerce's Citizen
of the Year award, Brewton was
also given the key to the City of
Marianna and a plaque from the
Chipola Historical Trust in 2006.
"All those who care about the
character of Jackson County
'know who Floye Brewton is,"
Claude Reese of the historical
trust noted when the 'plaque was
presented to him.
Funeral arrangements are
pending.


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County school district is on
par with surrounding counties in terms of
graduation rates, and according to a recent
report, the district has been "outperform-
ing expectations."
'The graduation rate analysis, conducted
by the EPE Research Center and EdWeek
Maps, reviews the district's graduation
performance relative to other school sys-
tems with similar characteristics.
The data was collected and districts
were scored, with 100 points indicating
that the district's graduation rate is what is
expected based on its characteristics.
Districts with scores over 100 outper-
formed expectations. The report scores


Jackson County at a 112.1.
This report, however, is only put out
every few years, with the most recent data
from 2006.
According to data from the Florida
Department of Education, the class of
S2007 took a slight dip from 2006's 85.5
percent National Governors Association
graduation rate, to a 80.1 NGA rate in
2007. Since that slight dip, there has been
a slight increase, with 2009's rate at 80.8
percent.
Frank Waller, director of middle and
secondary education for the Jackson
County school district, says when looking
at the graduation rate along with the drop
out rate, Jackson County is doing well.
See SCORES, Page 9A >


Mary Auger and Kieysa Paul, both Cottondale High School seniors, work on
research papers in their English 4 class Thursday. A recent report found Jackson
County's graduation and dropout rates are better than for other districts of similar
size. Mark Skinner / Floridan


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February 28 Sunday
St. Matthew Baptist Church celebrates
Black. History Month with guest speaker,
Pastor-Mark Pickett (Breakthrough Worship
Center, Graceville) at 11 a.m. Call 352-
2375.
New Easter M.B.C. in Graceville hosts its
annual Men's/Brotherhood Day and Black
History program at 11 a.m. Speaker: Deacon
Ronald Mitchell, St. Luke M.B.C., Marianna.
New Hope M.B.C. in Two Egg focuses on
"The History of Black Economic
Empowerment" each Sunday during
February. Today's speaker: The Rev. Malcom
Nelson, Jerusalem M.B.C., Chipley.
*' Greenwood Chapel A.M.E. Church, 5426
Fort Road, Greenwood, presents 'its annual
Black History program today. Call 381-2991,
693-1438.
The Malone Pageant Committee will hold
sign-ups for the Little, Junior and Miss
Malone, Pageant,. 1-3 p.m. at the Malone
Town Hall. Contestants must attend Malone
School and/or have a physical address in the
immediate surrounding. area and must be 6-
7 and in first grade for Little Miss;' 12-14
and in seventh or eighth grade for Junior
Miss; or 16-20 for Miss. Call 569-2916. -
Pleasant Grove A.M.E. Church celebrates
Black History Month at 2 p.m. Guest speak-
ers: The Revs. Bobby Taylor, Bruce Taylor
and Henry Taylor.
Salem A.M.E. Church, 5729 Browntown
Road, Graceville, presents a Black Heritage.
Program at 3 p.m. Guest speaker: Bro. Willie
Olds, New Bethel C.M.E. Church,
Campbellton.

March 1 Monday
Kar'en Spears Zacharias, author of "Will
Jesus Buy Me a Double-Wide?," will be on
the campus of Chipola College. The public is
invited to a 10 a.m. book-signing in the col-
lege Library. At 11 a.m., Zacharias will lead
a discussion, "God and Money," in Jackson
Hall. Call 718-2213.
The board of AARP Chapter No. 3486


meets at 1:30 p.m..in the Marianna library.
Emerald Coast Hospice's monthly meet-
ing is 5:30 p.m. at 4374 Lafayette St. Learn
about volunteering with Emerald Coast
Hospice. Refreshments served. Call 526-
3577.
The City of Jacob convenes its regular
meeting at 7 p.m. in City Hall. Call 263-
6636.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 2 Tuesday
Chipola College Registration for Spring
Term 'C' classes. Term C registration is 8
a.m. 6 p.m. Term C classes meet March 3
- April 30. Late registration is March 3, 8
a.m. 3 p.m. Call 718-2311, or visit
www.chipola.edu.
The Southeastern Community 'Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the Florida
Department of Revenue, Marianna, 9 a.m. -
12 p.m., or donate blood at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive in Marianna,
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-'
4403.'
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting cer-
emony, 1:30 p.m. at the Jackson Hospital
main entrance for Jackson Hospital, and
SpecialCare Hospital Management
Corporation's "New Vision" inpatient med-
ical stabilization service for adults with
drug, alcohol and related health issues. TheI
service launches March 3. Call 718-2696 or.
482-8060. '
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Aye.
in Marianna, is having a Half-Price Sale Feb.
23-March 4, Tuesdays and Thursday only.
Call 482-3734.
Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in
Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
The Childbirth Education Class series is
5:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 2-23, in the


ground floor education classroom of
Jackson Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive,
Marianna. FOCEP curriculum from Jackson
County Health Department. Bring a pillow.
Materials, snacks provided. No cost to
attend. 'Husbands/other supporters wel-
come. Call 526-2412, ext..162..
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew
is every Tuesday evening, 6-8 p.m. in the
First United Methodist Church Youth Hall,
Clinton .Street,' behind the Marianna Post
Office. Call 272-7068.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 3 Wednesday
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Services con-
tinue Wednesday mornings through April
14. For an appointment, call 693-0873.
Chipola College business instructor'Lee
-Shook and student volunteers provide free
tax preparation and electronic filing sim-
ple, individual returns only from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Wednesday through early April.
Other times available by appointment. For
faster refunds,:bring a personal check (with
routing information). Call 718-2368.
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse'is open Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 3
p.m.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room:


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POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE JACKSON COUNTY
The Marianna '.Police SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Department listed the fol- The Jackson, County
lowing incidents for Feb. Sheriff's Office listed the
25, the latest following incidents for
available report: "--- --- Feb. 25, the latest avail-
One accident -/ .rt able report One dead
without injury, person, two hospice
one abandoned CR1ME deaths, one missing
vehicle, two sus- ---- adult, one stolen tag,
picious incidents, one abandoned vehicle,
two suspicious persons, two suspicious vehicles,
two funeral escorts, two two suspicious incidents,
highway obstructions, two one suspicious person, five
physical disturbances, funeral escorts, one high-
three verbal disturbances, way obstruction, one bur-
one burglar alarms, 22 trafi glary, two verbal distur-
fic stops, one papers bances, one prowler, two
served, three civil disputes, drug offenses, one robbery
one follow-up investiga- alarm, six traffic stops, one
tion, .one illegally parked larceny complaint, seven
vehicle, one fraud, one papers served, one tres-
assist of another agency, passing, one juvenile corn-
one harassment, four ani- plaint, one assault, one
mal complaints and one assist of a motorist,' one
retail theft. retail theft, two assists of


another agency, one child
abuse report, two public
service calls and one VIN
verification.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
"- William Finefrock, 41,
5470 Pearl St., Graceville,
child abuse.
William Weeks, 41, 11
E. Breat St.,
Chattahoochee, burglary of
a dwelling, grand theft.
Victor Padilla, 48,
Highway 90 Days Inn,
Marianna, failure to appear
(no drivers license), hold
for Desoto County.
Melissa Crockett, 25,
5258 Pleasant St.,


Graceville, driving while
license suspended or
revoked.
Danet Vrazel, 19, 6778
Green Road, Sneads, retail
theft.
Erica Vanginneken, 19,
4129 Twin Pines Drive,
Greenwood, retail theft.
Trashad Roberts, 19,
2833 Washington St.,
Marianna, violation of
county probation. "
John Cambell, 25, 541
N Valdez Court, Fort
Benning, Ga., stalking.
Arsenio Lopez, 22,
4490 Poole Lane,
Marianna, no valid driver's
license.
Victoria Arnold, 28,
1991 Puffin Trail, Sneads,
battery.
Angela Moore, 37,
1116 Sanders Avenue,
Apt. Cl, Graceville, hold


for Calhoun County.
Michael Burns, 31,
5354 Fort Road,
Greenwood, violation of,
county probation.
Natasha Powell, 36,
3070 Carters Mill Road,
Apt F-1, Marianna, acces-
sory after the fact to mur-
der, accessory after the fact
to robbery with firearm
Montavie Murphy, 18,
3070 Carters Mill Road,
Apt F-1, Marianna, acces-
sory after the fact to mur-
der, accessory after the fact
to robbery with firearm

JAIL POPULATION: 205
To 'report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Jackson County Floridan Sunday, February 28, 2010 3A


Ms. Angie Williams of
Marianna is proud to
announce the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of her
daughter, Cynthia Liane
Hatcher, to Nathan Mitchell,
son of Richard and Brenda
Middaugh of Ormond Beach,
and the late Gerald Mitchell.
Cynthia is the
granddaughter of Gary Jannett
and Liane Canteri of Alford,
Buddy and Joyce Raley of
Bear Creek, and the late Frank
Hatcher. Her father is Ron
Hatcher -of Winder, Ga. The
bride-to-be is a 2005 graduate
of Marianna High School and
is employed by Nordstrom in
Miami.


Doug and Debra Stone of
Sneads are honored to
announce the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Jerri Lynn, to John
Burton "Burt" McAlpin, son
of Samuel "Sammy" McAlpin
and the late Barbara Jo
McAlpin, also of Sneads.- ,
Jerri is the granddaughter of
Kenny and Patsy. Williams,


Nathan is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Coker of Amory,
Miss., Rebecca Mitchell, also
of Amory, and the late Foy
Mitchell. He is a 2000
graduate of Father Lopez
Catholic High School and a
2008 graduate of the
University of Tampa, where
he earned a bachelor's degree
in business management with
a minor in finance. Nathan is
also employed with Nordstrom
in Miami.
The wedding is planned for
March 20, 2010, in St.'
Petersburg. Following the
ceremony, the couple will
honeymoon in St. Thomas.


Helen Stone and the late
Buford Stone, and Don and
Hilda Bedsole, all of
Marianna.
Burt is the grandson of Nancy
Rabon and the late Joe Rabon,
and the late Paul and Margaret
McAlpin, all ofSneads.
The wedding is planned for
the fall of 2010.


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JACKSON COUNTY LIFE POLICY
Engagement, wedding and anniversary announcements are published
in the Sunday edition of the Jackson County Floridan. E-mail your photo
and the relevant information to editorial@jcfloridan.com. Submit
announcements at least two weeks before your desired publication date.
Announcements are $.75 per column line. All announcements must be
paid for before they run. Cash, checks or credit cards are accepted in the
office. Credit cards are also accepted by phone or e-mail.
The deadline to proof and pay is noon on the Wednesday prior to publi-
cation date. Announcements will appear once.
Celebrating 50, 65 or more years of marriage? We'll publish it for free.
For other anniversary years, the above rates apply.
Birthdays for children 12 and under are published for free. For other
ages, the above rates apply. Birth announcements are published for free.
Questions? Call 526-3614 or e-mail editorial@jcfloridan.com.


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a son

Philip and April Lewis of
Greenwood announce the
birth of a son, Mason
Edwin Lewis, on the morn-
ing of Feb. 8, 2010, at
Southeast Alabama
Medical Center in Dothan,
Ala. At birth, he weighed 7
pounds, 14 ounces, and
was 19V2 inches in length.
He joins a brother, Cody
Jerome Lewis, 6.
Maternal grandparents
are Edwin Yon of Sneads,
and Carol Yon of
Greenwood. Paternal
grandparents are the Rev.
Jerome and Marcille Lewis
of Greenwood.
Great-grandparents are,
Iva Lou Curry of Bonifay.


Catharyn Faith Abel

Abels

welcome a

daughter

Chris and Pati Abel of
Sneads proudly announce
the birth of their daughter,
Catharyn Faith Abel, born
Feb. 7, 2010, at 10:39 p.m.
She weighed 8 pounds,14
ounces. She is the maternal
granddaughter of Linda
and Rodney Partin of'
Marianna, and maternal
great-granddaughter of
Eleanora Killion of Illinois.
Faith is also the paternal
granddaughter of Paul and
Cindy Abel of Sneads, and
great-granddaughter of
Charles and LaVelle Jones
of Sneads.


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Emma Carroll Caraway
celebrated her ninth birth-
day on Dec.
4, 2009.
Friends and
family gath-
ered to cele-
brate at her
horse-riding
party at The
Barn. When Emma C.
not riding Caraway
h o r s e s
guests tried to stay warm
by drinking hot cocoa and
warming themselves by the
fire.
She is the daughter of
Brent and Ouida-Marie
Caraway of Marianna.
Sisters are Lila and Adly
Caraway. Grandparents are
Earl and Jacqueline Carroll
of Marianna; and Vivian
Caraway of Marianna.
Great-grandmother is Lillie
Joe Caraway of Marianna.



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C o d y
Jerome
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Greenwood
celebrated
his sixth
birthday on
Nov. 29,
2009.
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Cottondale.
A party was held Jan. 25,
4:30 p.m. at Chuck E.
Cheese, followed by a trip
to Birmingham, Ala., to see
the Ringling Bros. Flying
Circus.
Her party was attended
by her favorite uncles,
John, Kyler and Antwan;
her godfather, Altrise
Ward; and best friends,
Briana and Jayla Harvey.


First birthday

for Caraway

Adly Lane Caraway cel-
ebrated her first birthday
with her family on
Saturday, Feb. 20, 2010, at
her home. Guests included
her aunts,

cousins, sis-
ters, parents,
grandparents
and her '
great-grand-
mother. The
party had a Adly Lane
farm-yard Caraway
theme, and
her cousins enjoyed the
in;--1- l -n.,J d hp f

animas I aroun t u e c iarm,
riding the horse, playing at
the fort in the woods, and
riding the 4-wheeler. She
turned 1 on Feb. 26.
She is the daughter of
Brent and Ouida-Marie
Caraway of Marianna.
Sisters are Emma and Lila
Cody J. Caraway. Grandparents are
Lewis Earl and Jacqueline Carroll
nf Maanna an'iVivian


son of Philip and April
Lewis of Greenwood.
Grandparents are Edwin
Yon of Sneads, Carol Yon
of Greenwood, and the
Rev. Jerome and Marcille
Lewis of Greenwood.
Great-grandmother is
Iva Lou Curry of Bonifay.
A "Ninja Turtle" party
was held at 4 p.m. Nov. 29,
at. his home. Guests
enjoyed hamburgers, hot
dogs, chili and "Ninja
Turtle" cake.


Russ turns 3

Jessica
Gabrian na
Russ of
Marianna
celebrated
her third
birthday on'
Jan. 25, jessica G.
2010. Russ
She is the Russ
daughter of Tanisha Cotton
and Steven Russ of
Marianna.
SGrafdparents are Audrey
Ward and the late John
Ward of Marianna; and
Alonzo and Ollie Russ of


or ivixaianna;an, a v ivian
Caraway of Marianna.
Great-grandmother is Lillie
Joe Caraway of Marianna.


Melton is 9

Payton Brooke Melton,
daughter of Will and Julie
Melton, celebrated her
ninth birthday on Feb. 20,
2010, with a
"Purr-Fect
Kitty" party
'at The
Dance
Factory.
After Payton
and her
friends had Payton B.
their make- Melton
up and hair
done by assistant dance
instructor Courtney Larkin,
they all practiced the dance
routines they will do at
competition in
Montgomery, Ala. in
March. Guests were served
"Hello Kitty" cupcakes,
homemade "Kitty Chow,"
"Goldfish" and drinks.
Payton then opened her
gifts. She also enjoyed cup-
cakes with her third grade
classmates at Riverside
Elementary School.
Payton has .one little
brother, Parker William
Melton, 31/2. Their grand-
parents are Joyce and
Frank Bylsma, Christene
and Jerre Nettles, Robert
Purvis and Kirby Melton.


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Caraway cel- Cr
ebrated her
fifth birthday
on Nov. 30, o
2009 .
Family and
friends gath-
ered at Lila Marie
Chuck E. Caraway
Cheese in
Dothan, Ala., to celebrate
with her. She had a great
time playing games with
her friends and cousins.
She was 5 on Dec. 2, 2009.
She is the daughter of
Brent and Ouida-Marie
SCaraway of Marianna.
Sisters are Emma and Adly
Caraway. Grandparents are
Earl and Jacqueline Carroll
of Marianna; and Vivian
Caraway of Marianna.
Great-grandmother is Lillie
Joe Caraway of Marianna.


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In remembrance of my husbarid Oscar Lee Black who departed
this life on February 14, 2009. The children and I miss you
dearly. We 'miss you because you were such a great part of our
life. I was reading a card you gave me for my birthday and
Mother's day in 2007. I was very touched while reading what
you wrote on it.
You said, I captured your heart in November of 1955,
and in June of 1956, you agreed to for better or worse. You asked
me, "Do you remember?" You said you wanted me to know that
your heart still belonged to me and that you still loved me as
you always told me. You said you would always stand by me;
you were striving for our future to be strong and secure. You
said you had everything in place as reasonable as possible. You
said we had a lot to be thankful for, we should never forget one
another, no one, not even the children, because they were ours
already. We stand by them in need. You said we should never
forget one another. You said we should be strong together. Let's
keep it that way.
You captured my heart in 1955. Now that you're gone
you took a part of it with you. I told you I loved you and always
would. Truly I can say I love you for who you were, what you
did, and accomplished during your life. You really worked hard
to make things better for your family. Now that you are gone
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NEWS, EVENTS, SPECIAL PROGRAMS, AND GOOD BOOKS FROM
JACKSON COUNTY'S PUBLIC LIBRARY
MARIANNA, GRACEVILLE, AND THE BOOKMOBILE

Book Review:
Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire
by Amanda Foreman

Oh, what a great book. To think that women were so
intelligent and did have such power in England in the
1700s. Georgiana was a very modem woman with all
the complications for women/men in politics and
daily living.
Lady Georgiana Spencer was the great-great-great-
great-aunt of Diana, Princess of Wales, and was just
as popular as the late princess.
The book shows the Spencer and Cavendish family
trees, which makes it easier to keep up with the char-
acters and their relationships..
It also has a chronology, listing dates from 1757,
the year of Georgiana's birth, and going through her
lifetime. This chronology makes it easier to under-
stand the order of the story and makes "history" easi-
er to read.
Georgiana married the fifth duke of Devonshire,
one of England's richest and most influential aristo-
crats. She became a queen of fashion (inventing the
huge hairdo) and was the hostess of the most impor-
tant political salon of her time.
She was extremely activein politics and was well-
accepted in,this role.
By 1782 she was the most powerful woman in the
Whig party. Of course, at this time women did" not
even have the power of the vote. Still, they could be
active in campaigning, fundraising and scheming. For
the aristocracy, politics was not just for show, it was
an important business taken very seriously. It domi-
nated their lives, and as today, some won favor and
others were destroyed.
Georgiana was also afflicted with many problems.
She was addicted to gambling.
She had a drinking problem, took drugs, had an
unhappy marriage and had many love affairs with
leading politicians of the day. She struggled against
her own Weaknesses even as she was determined to.
play an important role in the affairs of the world.
The biography has been thoroughly researched by
its author and gives a correct accounting of the poli-
tics of the time. Amanda Foreman has a Ph.D. in his-
tory from Oxford University.
She was born in London and now lives both in, New
York and London. Her book has become a national
bestseller.

This review was written by a library volunteer.
Have you read a good book lately.?
Write a few words about the book and send to the
Jackson County Public Library either by e-mail to
alan.barber@jacksoncountyfl.com or by mail to
Director, Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green
Street, Marianna, FL 32446..
Your review may be published in this newspaper.
Please include your name ,(whick we won't publish if
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face of the road," he said.
"These ditches that the county
has put in take away part of the
road and the water, for the
most part, goes nowhere. All
the county is doing is creating
a breeding ground for mosqui-
toes. I am asking the county to
stabilize these roads and make
it possible for two lanes to
actually be used."
Weeks also wants the coun-


STAFF REPORT
As the Jackson County
Commission contemplates a
bond issue or other financial
instrument to help the county
pave more roads, residents are
still lining up to ask for help on
dirt roads.
Larry Weeks appeared
before the commission meet-
"ing last Tuesday. He's not ask-
ing the county to pave, but just
to widen .Palmview and
Aycock, dirt roads in the area
of his home.' He said they're
too narrow for two vehicles to
pass. Commissioners author-
ized staff to determine whether
some of the households on the
Palmview route have fencing
or other barriers to the coun-
ty's right-of-way, as Weeks
claims. Palmview is 12 feet
wide, and Weeks wants it
stretched to 30 feet.
Clearing the right-of-way
could make a path for widen-
ing,'but commissioners made
no commitment to widening
those roads. .
Weeks said the ditches
along the road are too large,
and the' road next. to them is
not very stable.
"As you pull to the side, you
lose some of the driving sur-


your life control


Jack


ty to do something about a
sight-distance issue at the cor-
ner of Palmview and
Woodrest.
.According to him, motorists
on Palmview have to pull
almost to the centerline of
Woodrest to see around the
vegetation and determine if
they can proceed onto
Woodrest.
The situation, he said "is an


accident waiting to happen. I
know I have almost gotten hit
there several times because I
couldn't see the traffic coming
until I got in the middle of
Woodrest."
Commissioners agreed to
look into that, ps well, to see if
the property owner at that cor-
ner will allow the county space
to make changes, if those are
subsequently authorized.


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addition

The weather may not have cooperat-
ed fully, but kudos to Mainstreet
Marianna and the Artist Guild of
Northwest Florida for a good first
effort with their Jazzy Day in Town
Saturday.
It is the sort of event Marlanna and
Jackson County could use more of -
good food and live music. The addi-
tion of sidewalk art was a nice touch,
and attracted both children and adults.
It is a pity more downtown busi-
nesses didn't chose to stay open; a
more coordinated effort between the
organizers and business owners could
make events like these both popular
with residents, and a boon for the
businesses. Anything that draws more
people downtown is a plus.
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By JOHN MERLI
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
You know when they say
there's something seriously
amiss in Congress these days
it's more than political pos-
turing, especially when
respected politicos on both
sides of the aisle are
mouthing the same com-
plaints.
Tom Davis, the former
moderate GOP Virginia law-
maker representing Prince
William and vicinity like
I Sen. Evan Bayh, the moder-
ate Democrat from Indiana
decided to end his years
in Congress voluntarily (a
growing rarity in politics
these days) rather than con-
tinue to attempt to get any-
thing accomplished in the
current venomous atmos-
phere of Capitol Hill.
Mark Warner, the moderate
Democrat and former
Virginia governor (notice
how the term "moderate"
keeps popping up) who
established a well-earned
reputation for working effec-
tively with both parties in
Richmond, also seems aghast
at what passes for lawmaking
these days as one of the com-
monwealth's two moderate
senators.


What Republican Davis and
Democrat Bayh have in com-
mon (beyond the "moderate"
label) is that by consciously
deciding to end their congres-
sional careers early, which
would have rewarded them
with relatively powerful and
cushy jobs for probably as
long as they wanted, they
demonstrated a kind of cre-
ative independence that is
sorely missing these days in
Congress. While some would
argue that "running from a
problem" is hardly any way to
try to repair the damage, Bayh
and Davis felt strongly enough
they could make a difference
more effectively outside
Congress, and sadly, these
days they're probably right.
Warner, one of the best and
the brightest who was rarely
labeled as being naive during
his days in Richmond, was
particularly taken aback in
his Senate post a few weeks
ago when he left his mother's
funeral earlier than he might
have under different circum-
stances in order to vote on a
major piece of legislation. To
his chagrin, the bill in ques-
tion was defeated because
several GOP senators voted
against the measure.
That, alone, is hardly
worth noting except for
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the fact that that group of
Republican naysayers were
co-sponsors of the same bill
they helped defeat. "Is the fix
in?" Warner said he had
asked himself after witness-
ing such a blatantly cynical
and unnecessarily divisive -
piece of political maneuver-
ing that likely would have
prompted confused and angry
responses from such notable
past bipartisan leaders as
Everett Dirksen, Mike
Mansfield, Tip O'Neill and
Bob Dole.
Davis, who now heads a
moderate group dubbed the
Republican Main Street
Partnership and who rarely
hesitated criticizing either
party while in Congress, is
not so moderate as to become
purely a neutral observer. In
fact, these days he's busy
labeling this year's GOP-can-
didate recruits around the
country as perhaps "the best
in modern history" and
says his own polling shows
Virginia Democratic incum-
bents Gerry Connelly serving
Prince William, as well as
Rick Boucher, both vulnera-
ble right now. A bit of wish-
ful thinking on his part?
Perhaps, but he could be
right. (Davis, incidentally,
apparently doesn't see irony


in his attempts to help GOP.
candidates get elected to a
Congress that he himself
chose to leave in frustration.)
While Davis does not rule
out running for office again
sometime down the road
(he's seemed to have ruled
out any possible Senate race
against moderate Jim Webb
in 2012), he says he doesn't
miss his old Capitol Hill job.
Warner, on the other hand,
is barely into his six-year
Senate term and has until at
least 2014 to try to bring his
chamber of Congress back to
something passing for civili-
ty. But as Warner pondered
out loud a week ago, if the
fix really is in, and bill co-
sponsors continue to lure in
"bipartisan support" and then
vote against their own legis-
lation to make the other guy
look bad, then Warner, a for-
mer business entrepreneur,
could find himself choosing
the same route as Tom Davis
and Evan Bayh.
Figuratively speaking, T.S.
Eliot may have suggested this
is the way the world ends,
not with a bang but a whim-
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Parents nowadays must be some of the
most challenged in our history. If you are
planning on having a child anytime soon,
make sure you consider all of the responsi-
bilities.and dedications it takes to be a solid
and successful parent.
In fact, two of the reasons many of our
children and young people are living lives we
are'not proud of are because of the lack of
preparation and planning before they come
into this world; and irresponsible people
bringing innocent children into this world.
There are some great parents out there. In
many cases, mothers and fathers are working
together to give. their children the love, disci-
pline and encouragement they need to pre-
pare them for a challenging life. They are
making the sacrifices it takes to lead their
children in the right direction.
Having both parents in the home is usual-
ly a big asset in raising children, if they are
parents that are good examples. When chil-
dren are bom into this world under adverse
situations it can lead to stressful, unpleasant
circumstances for one or both of the parents.
Today quite a few children are born out of
wedlock, but a great' deal of how a child is
raised in those situations will depend on the
individuals involved. My hat is off to the
many single parents who are able to turn
what is often a mistake into a very positive
thing. '
Women, and in some cases men, have
taken on the responsibility of raising their
child or children in a positive way. It can't be
easy raising a child and working to make life


as pleasant as possible for one or more chil-
dren. In order to work each day, many single
parents must leave their child or children in
the hands of others; and hope those keeping
them can be trusted.
We are living during a time when even
some family members can make you feel
uncomfortable when it comes to leaving your
children with them. Some choices are hot
easy to make. For example; it has to be tough
to leave a child at a day care for a chunk of
money with folks you really don't know well
(in most cases). Prayer and God can be very
important friends to you these days.
Over the years, I've heard many negative
remarks about single parents from people
who have not walked in their shoes; but I've
witnessed how families with single parents
have adjusted to life in a positive way,' and,
found the key to making things go well.
At times, because of those single parents'
strong convictions about life, their family is
able to live comfortably and successful.
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responsible; single men doing their best to
raise one or more children by themselves.
Keep up the good work.
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. to support a family these days; but it could be
well worth it in the future. The children that
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could possibly end up being the adults that
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years.-
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The Marianna Police
Department and other law enforce-
ment agencies across the state are
widening their focus on on
unbuckled motorists as March
draws near.
Marianna police are extending
'the hours that officers will be on
special lookout for those who do
not use seatbelts, as required by
law.
Marianna Police Chief Hayes
Baggett said his officers will be
working day and night to spot
offenders, -particularly during the-
state's Click It or Ticket mobiliza-
tion from March 1-15.
During that time, officers from
agencies all over Florida will be
"renewing a pledge to save lives by
intensifying efforts to enforce seat
belt laws," according to a press
release sent from the city police
department.
According to 2008 data from the


Florida Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles, 2,983
people were killed in vehicle-relat-
ed crashes.
Of these, 1,795 individuals were
either drivers or passengers in
safety belt-equipped cars or trucks.
. Sixty percent, or 1,085, were not
wearing a safety belt.
JIn addition, 68 percent, or 54 of
79 of the children ages infant to 17
years old killed in traffic crashes in
2008 were not using safety equip-
ment.
"With 30 percent of traffic fatal-
ities due to Floridians failing to
buckle up regularly, it's clear that
far too many people still don't take
the safety belt law seriously,"
Baggett said.
"The unbuckled rate is especial-
ly high and the fatal crash rate
increases significantly at night.
So look for us to be out on the
streets both day and night in March
making sure that everyone is buck-
led up."


According to the release, lap and
shoulder belts reduce the risk of
fatal injury to front-seat passen-
gers by 45 percent, and the risk of
moderate to critical injury by 50
percent.
For light-truck occupants, safety
belts reduce the risk of fatal injury
by 60 .percent, and moderate-to-
critical injury by 65 percent.
Safety belts are 80 percent effec-
tive in reducing fatalities in light
trucks (including sport utility vehi-
cles) during rollover crashes.
They also help prevent, individu-
als from being totally ejected dur-
ing a crash, thus reducing the,risk.
of a fatal injury.
Data shows that -77 percent of
passengers who were in a serious
crash in 2006 and were buckled up
survived the crash.
Increased.law enforcement activ-
ities, including seat belt check-
points, will be conducted nation-
wide during the Click It or Ticket
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STAFF REPORT

Last Sunday, more than 100
county residents put their leg
.muscles behind their concern
for Haiti, in the wake of a
devastating earthquake there.
The Marianna Stryders
Running Club. hosted a 5K
race and a one-mile fun run at
Citizen's Lodge. A number of
individuals and organizations
participated. Together, they
raised more than $3,300 for
,the cause. The money goes to
Convoy of Hope, a Christian-
based humanitarian relief
organization that has already
provided more than 15,000
meals to the needy in Haiti.
Organizers report that 117
people finished the 5K, and at
least 50 ran the mile. Cedric
Gillette was the winner of the
5K race, with a time of 19:41.
The first female runner to fin-
ish was Kristina Bokenfohr,
with a time of 22:18.
Several other,. more unique
awards were also given.
For instance, 59-year-old


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along with bahd 20 on Red and Melvin's
Smoke House. The music set the tone for
the event and attracted a decent crowd.
A couple sitting in front of the band said
despite the cold they were really enjoying
the music and being out and about.,
Outside the Lines, Menacof's art studio
at 2863 Caledonia St.,was also open during
the event and hosted art activities for chil-.
dren. Little ones happily painted pictures or
worked on pinch pots made from clay.
Menacof had a tent set up outside with
her art work, and a table for face painting.
Along with various artwork tents to wan-
*der through, some residents participated in
a little art themselves with the sidewalk
chalk art contest. Artists young and old,
professional and amateur all seemed to
enjoy entering their square masterpiece
into the contest.


Dennis Guy, Dustin Worley and Danny
Worley perform at A Jazzy Day in Town
Saturday. Mark Skinner / Floridan


Arrested


The two are listed at the same
address and apartment as
LaMarquis Powell, 3070 Carters
Mill Road, Apt. F-1 in Marianna.
Marianna Police Chief Hayes
Baggett has no information regard-
ing the relationship- between
Murphy and Powell as 9f Friday"
afternoon.
Both women are charged with
being accessories after the fact to
murder, and accessories after the
. fact to robbery. ,
According to Florida statutes,
"any person who maintains or
assists the principal or ... gives the
offender any other aid, knowing that
the offender had committed a crime
and such crime was a capital, life,
first-degree, ,or second-degree
felony ... with the intent that the
offender avoids or escapes detec-,
tion, arrest, trial, or punishment, is


an accessory after the fact."
Baggett says it was under this
statute that Friday's arrests were
made. However, even with the
accessory arrests, Baggett says the
other suspect in connection with the
actual murders is still at large.
The investigation is still ongoing,
Baggett says.
"Progress has been made toward
identifying additional suspects,"
Baggett said. "What I can say, is we
know he (Powell) didn't act alone
and the identification of the other
persons is still under investigation."
Daniel Odom, 36, Powell's neigh-
bor in Apt.. H-12, and Michael L.
Smith, 36, were shot and killed in
Odom's apartment in the late hours
of Feb. 18. Smith's address is listed
as 2665 Railroad St. in Cottondale,
but he had apparently moved in with
Odom, his step-brother.


Witnesses to the shooting -
including Odom's sons and sister-
in-law, who were inside the apart-
ment when the shots were fired -
told police'two black males came
into the apartment with the apparent
intent to commit a robbery.
Odom and Smith resisted and
were shot. One of the two victims
was already dead when police
arrived; the other died after being
taken to the emergency room at'
Jackson Hospital.
Baggett also stated Friday that the
robbery allegedly attempted by
Powell and his counterpart was
noticeably "unsuccessful."
Baggett says mostly he is disap-
pointed that another serious crime
.has occurred at Marianna Gardens.
"Royal .American has done so
much to clean up that complex and
our call volume has gone down con-


The wine tasting was also a big hit. The
event began at 11 a.m., and as the day wore
on more and .more lined up for their turn to
taste. A ticket was $15 for a day pass of
wine. There was also beer for.sale for those
who preferred.
"The wine tasting to go along with the
day was such a good idea," Brunner said. "I
think people are really enjoying it."
The tasting table had a list of all the
wines, and described the tastes for each
type.
The small car show set up at the end of
mcPherson Street was the hang-out of a few
father-son duos. With older models to
admire and beer for sale a few steps away,
some seemed to be enjoying their Saturday.
"The day has been great, with my son and
I enjoying ourselves," Jeremy Parris of
Marianna said Saturday. "I think this should
be a monthly thing so people can get out
and socialize with,each other."
Kimbrough said earlier in the day she
was happy with the turnout, and that it
seemed to be clear there was an interest in
the community for events like these.


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siderably since their takeover for
security," the police chief said.
Royal American Management is
the security company currently
overseeing the Housing and Urban
Development-subsidized apartment
complex.
"We have officers working
around the clock on this case,"
Baggett said. "And with help from
the other agencies Jackson
County Sheriff's Office and Florida
Department of Law Enforcement'-
we're hoping identify additional
suspects soon."
Police are asking anyone who
may have information in this case to
come forward. A cash reward of up'
to $1,000 is available for informa-
tion that leads to an arrest. Contact
the Marianna Police Department at
526-3125 or CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.


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majority of operating costs are associated with ing rates is a poor economy combined with up, as well as funds available through the State
the cost of power. And with many factors affect- extreme weather and a lack of accurate informa- Housing Initiatives Program, or SHIP;
ing these costs growth and demand, fluctua- tion on energy conservation and usage among a These grants provide energy conservation
tion of supply, lack of infrastructure to bring large portion of customers," Clark said. "People assistance for homes of eligible Jackson County
alternative fuels to the market, and government truly don't know how much they are using." families. Weatherization helps with repairs such
regulations customer prices in turn are fluc- Both explained that the free home audits given as insulation, caulking, weather stripping, elec-
tuating. by both companies have shed light on the need tric, plumbing, steps, handrails, wheelchair
. Municipal leaders then asked what can be for energy efficiency education, ramps, water heaters and septic systems. The
done to help combat the high monthly bills coun- "There are so many ways for people to con- various programs and grants are available to low
ty residents are facing. serve, and if I did an audit of anyone's home, I income homeowners, the elderly, and handi-
Shelley and Clark explained that the solution know I could cut their bill by 50 percent," Clark capped and disabled applicants.
to this problem is not that simple. There are said. "But it's a behavioral change that people Mayor Paul Donofro Jr. said this is something
many things that can be done, but a good portion are going to have to make if they wish to see he and other municipalities will look into.
of it starts with the customer. results." "I know myself and the mayors are interested
Both explained that everything that can be Both Clark and Shelley agreed that the best in exploring this option further to see if there
done on their end is being done. way to cut costs substantially is to focus on the isn't something we could do," Donofro said.
Both FPU and West Florida are working in two biggest energy eaters heating and cooling, If grants were secured, residents may be able
cooperation with their power providers to dis- systems, and water heaters. to look forward to lower bills in the future, due
cuss the costs of purchased power. Any and all "Customers that can maintain the thermostat at to better efficiency.
options are currently being discussed. However, 78 degrees or higher in the summer and 68 As the discussions came to an end, it was
both made. clear that no promises for lower rates degrees or lower in the winter will see their bill apparent that the road to a solution for the high
can be made, due to the higher costs on the change dramatically," Shelley said. "And for the utility bills was going ,to be a long one.
providers' end, as well. water heater, if customers could get a timer to The only immediate solution mefitioned was
"Costs are high for everyone," Shelley said. shut that thing off sometimes, that could help customers usage behavior taking a turn toward
"We are in discussions with Gulf Power but I'm too." better efficiency.
not sure what, if anything, will come of it." Other matters discussed Thursday were some "I'm glad we were able to facilitate this meet-
The mystery of the FPU rate increase alleged- programs and possibilities which may provide ing and have the opportunity to share with the
ly doubling some customer's bills is due more to future relief for Jackson County residents. company official's what we have been hearing
weather and usage. Weatherization grants were one topic dis- from our residents," Donofro said. "We realize
"Honestly, a 13 percent rate increase would cussed.. Weatherization modifies a building to that rates being lowered isn't very likely, so we
not double your bill, it's just not possible," reduce energy consumption and optimize energy hope we can help our residents in their efforts to
Shelley said. efficiency. Discussions about available grants manage lifestyle modifications needed to lower
"What we are looking at here on top of the ris- through federal and state programs were brought utility bills."


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"With an NGA graduation rate of
80.8 percent and a dropout rate of 2
percent for 2009, I would say we're
doing a good job with getting these
kids graduated," Waller said. "And
these rates even exclude some chil-
dren that take longer to graduate or
graduate with special circum-
stances, so we actually are doing
even slightly better than the num-
bers show."
Waller explained that 'currently,
-there are three different ways the
state calculates graduation rates.
Each rate has different requirements
and benchmarks students must meet


to be counted in the district's overall
graduation rate.
Florida's NGA rate was mandated
by the Florida legislature in 2006 to
meet an agreement with the
National Governors Association
compact, and was first implemented
using data for 2004-05.
Another rate exists for No Child
Left Behind reporting purposes, and
was implemented in 2001.
.Then there is Florida's regular
rate, that has been calculated consis-
tently since 1998-99.
All three versions use the cohort
method of tracking individual stu-


dents in and out of the system, from
their entrance into the ninth grade
through completion four years later.
However, each rate defines a gradu-
ate differently. ,
The NGA graduation rate
includes standard and special diplo-
mas, but excludes all GEDs. The
NCLB graduation rate includes
standard diplomas and GEDs
awarded to high school students, but
excludes the special diplomas and
the GEDs awarded.to adult students.
Florida's regular rate includes all
diploma recipients.
This includes standard and special
F


diplomas, and all GEDs.
In comparison with surrounding
counties, Jackson is in the middle in
terms of performance. Gadsden
County trails with a 60.3 percent
NGA graduation rate for 2009;
Calhoun County recorded a 91.6
percent NGA graduation rate.
Holmes and Washington counties
are both in the same low 80 range
with Jackson.
Waller said that after looking at
all the data, Jackson County doesn't
have the highest graduation rate in
the state, but it does have one of the
lowest dropout rates.


Crushall Swilley won "most
senior runner." Although there
was another runner his age,
Swilley was honored due to
his top 25 percent finish. The
youngest runner was Jack
.Eaton, 2 years, two months
old, who finished the mile.
Bonnie Seay won the
. "Raggedy Shoe" Award.
Organizers say her sneakers
had seen more than their share
of training time. Midge, a dog,
won for best-dressed pet.
A complete list of finishers
can be found on Active.com
and is posted at Integras Gym.
The most prestigious award
was for the group with the
most participants, organizers
said. Groups participating
included The Bridge, the
Department of
Transportation, Evangel
Worship Center, 'Gentiva,
Marianna Area Runners Club,
Marianna Fire Department,
Megagym, People's Funeral
Home, Rivertown
Community Church, Running
Moms, and the Stryders.
Megagym took home 'the
trophy in the group category,
with Evangel and People's
right on t heels. Megagym
raised more than $1,000, and
had more than 50 participants.
The Stryders said they were
thrilled by the success of the
race, and by seeing so many
people getting exercise while
helping the less fortunate.
Stryders can be reached for
more info at marianhastry-.
ders@yahoo.com. Stryders
also has a Facebook page.


OBITUARIES

James & Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332

Floye Brewton

Mr. Floye Brewton, 77, of
Marianna died Saturday,
Feb. 27, 2010, in Marianna.
Funeral arrangements
will be announced later by
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel of
Mariarna.
James & Lipford Funeral
Home
5390 Cotton St.
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Ralph
"Freddy"
Fredrick
Monday

Ralph "Freddy" Fredrick
Monday, 56, formerly of
Malone, passed away
Thursday, Feb. 25, at his
mother's residence follow-
ing a brief illness.
The funeral service will
be at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb.
28, at the chapel of James &
Lipford Funeral Home with
Pastor Bradford McDaniel
and /Steve Welch officiat-
ing. Burial will follow in
Pleasant Ridge Cemetery
with James & Lipford Fu-
neral Home in Graceville
directing.
Family received friends
at the funeral home Satur-
day, 5 to 7 p.m.
Flowers will be accepted,
or those wishing may make
memorials to Pleasant
Ridge Cemetery Fund, c/o
Pleasant Ridge Church,
1620 Reddick Mill Road,'
Graceville, FL 32440.
Freddy was a member of
the New Beginnings
Church in Phenix City, AL,
a graduate of Malone High
School, an Army veteran,
and a retired commercial
truck driver.
Preceding him in death
were his infant son Robert
Allen Monday; grandmoth-
er Elizabeth Beatrice "Ma-
teat" Rhodes; and brother-
in-law Lawrence "Larry"
Rogers.
Freddy is survived by his
loving wife Patricia "Pat"
Monday; three sons, Jason
Monday, John Monday and
Phillip Monday; his pa-
rents, Ralph and Belle
Monday, and Doris and
Robert Jackson; two sisters,


Marcia Monday Rogers and
Gwen Monday Steverson;
one loving aunt, Johnnie
Nell Welch Lipford; three
stepsons, Darrell Martin,
Scott Martin and Marcus
Martin. He is also survived
by one grandson; four
stepgrandchildren; three
stepsisters; one stepbroth-
er; and a host of nephews,
nieces and cousins.





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Cottondale's Nick Jackson, left, and Drew Bellamy shake hands during. signing ceremony on Friday in Cottondale.
Jackson and Bellamy signed football scholarships, Jackson with Ohio Wesleyan, and Bellamy with Towson University.
Jackson, who played receiver, quarterback and defensive back for the. Hotnets, will play slot,receiver in college.
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SUNDAY

Pirates get first

win over Vernon

6-5 in 8 innings
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS. EDITOR
The Sneads Pirates picked up their first vic-
tory of the season Friday night, beating the
Vernon Yellowjackets 6-5 in 8 innings in
Sneads.
The Pirates overcame going hitless over the
first 6 2/3 innings of the game, taking advan-
tage of several Vernon miscues.
' Sneads won the game in .the bottom of the
eighth with an RBI double by Marcus
Beauchamp to score Jon Beauchamp.
It was a sloppy game, but Sneads coach Mark
Guerra said he was proud of the resolve his
team showed.
"The guys fought hard," he said. "I still don't
.think we're playing great, but it was a very
good feeling to get the'wiri. We needed that.
Maybe it will kick-start something here."
* Jerry Bamburg picked up the win for Sneads,
coming on in relief in the eighth inning.
Dylan Lee took the loss for Vemon, but the
left-hander was spectacular for much of the
game. Lee struck out five on the night, and kept
the Pirates hitless until a base knock by Aaron
Green with two outs in the seventh.
"He did a great job for them," Guerra said of
Lee. "He threw very well. I was very impressed
with him."
The Pirates got a pitching performance from
Bubba Carpenter that as nearly\ a- impressive.
The. senior came on in relief in the third
inning aand surrendered just one earned run in
five innings of work. More importantly, he
stopped the early bleeding and gave his,team a
chance to rally for the win.
"Bubba Carpenter. pitched outstanding,"
Guerra said. "He went five innings and carried
us, and he did not want to come out when he
did. He wanted to stay in. That's the fire we've
been needing to see with my players, that will
See PIRATES, Page 3B >


Chipola drops third straight to Miami Dade


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
STe No. 3 Chipola Indians
dropped their third straight game
Friday at Chipola Field, falling
to No. 15 Miami Dade 9-5 on the
first day of the Conyers
Hardwood Flooring Classic.
Chipola fell to 9-8'on the sea-
son with the loss, having.
dropped five of the last six
games.
Freshman pitcher Derek Law
started for the Sharks and went
the distance for the victory.
Law gave up five earned runs
on nine hits, nine strikeouts, and
just one wall. Rodney Quintero
started for Chipola and took the
loss. Quintero pitched the first
six innings before giving way to
Matt Singleton for the final
three.
Miami Dade broke the game
open in the sixth inning, with the
Sharks scoring four runs to take
a 7-3 lead. All four runs came on
a two-out grand slam by David
Vidal on a 3-2 count. '
Quintero retired the first two
batters of the inning and


appeared headed for a clean
inning, before Ozzie Perez
reached on a Joey Rapp error..
Jose Rodriguez then reached
on a bunt single, and losmel
Leon was hit by a pitch to load
the bases for Vidal.
The Sharks added another run
iq the seventh when Jorge Saez
walked and scored on an RBI.
double by Yael Colon to make it
8-3. Chipola answered with a
run in the bottom of the seventh,
when Tyrone Dawson came on
to pinch run for Aaron Etchison
and scored on a wild pitch.
Miami Dade scored another in
the eighth on a bases-loaded,
walk to Saez to make it 9-4.
Chipola got another in the bot7
tom of the frame. Blake Newalu
reached on an error and scored
on a deep sacrifice fly by Rapp.
Cody Martin and Eric Sauls
followed with singles to keep the
rally alive, .but, a lineout by
Jonathan Gilbert ended the
inning. Dawson led off the ninth
with a single and a steal of sec-
ond base, but he was later
See CHIPOLA, Page 3B >


Chipola's Joey Rapp throws a ball' in during a game against
Miami Dade on Friday at Chipola Field. The Indians lost the
game 9-5. Mark Skinner/Floridan


Blountstown takes district win over CHS, 13-11
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPOR s EDITOR 11,. N N.,


COTTONDALE The Blountstown
Tigers got a three-run home run by PJ Buggs
to lead a hot start, then hung on late for a 13-
11 win over'Cottondale on Friday night.
The Tigers jumped on the Hornets 5-0 in
the first inning, thanks largely to a three-run
shot over the left fiqld wall by Buggs, off of
Cottondale starter Ryan Morrissey.
RBI singles by Jason Money and Ryan
McIntyre accounted for the first two
Blountstown runs of the inning.
After the Hornets came back with three'
runs oftheir own in the bottom of the first,
Blountstownt pft up six more in the second
inning to take a 9-3 lead.
After a run was walked in by Morrissey,
Casey Johnson hit a two-run single to make
it 8-3.
An RBI single by Roger Abbott ended the
scoring for the Tigers.
Cottondale stayed close, though, scoring
three more runs in the bottom of the second.
After Caleb Toole scored on a double
steal, Chris Clemmons roped a pitch to right
center field to score Patrick McClain and
Morrissey to make it 9-6.


Cottondale's Aaron Obert, left, puts a tag on Blountstown's Jason Money during a dis-
trict game Friday night in Cottondale. Blountstown won the game 13-11. .- Mark
Skinner/Floridan


But Blountstown answered with three
more runs in the third inning, taking advan-
tage of two walks and three hit batters by
Morrissey to push the advantage back to six
runs.


A two-run single by Toole brought
Cottondale to within four in the bottom of
the third; RBI singles by Drew Bellamy and
Aaron Obert in the fourth made it 12-10.
See HORNETS, Page 3B >


Sneads tops

GHS, falls to

South Walton
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Sneads LadN Pirates split a
pair of district games to end the
week, beating Graceville 2-1 on
Thursday before falling to South
Walton 3-0.
It was a pair of pitcher's duels
for Sneads; 'with Aleisha
Edtenfield out-lasting Graceville's
Liza Johnson on, Thursday, and
the Lady Pirates succumbing to
the dominance of South Walton's
Shelby Watson on Friday.
In Thursday's game, Edenfield
allowed just -three hits to
Graceville, all coming in the first
inning.
See SNEADS, Page 2B >


Lady Bulldogs

beat Bay 16-0
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Marianna Lady Bulldogs
added another lopsided district
victory Friday night in Panama
City, beating Bay 16-0 in 5
innings.
It was the second straight night
in which Marianna humbled a
league foe, after beating Walton
27-0 on Thursday in Marianna.
The Lady Bulldogs improved
to 6-1 overall and 2-1 in district
, with the win.
Allison Hutton had another big
day for Marianna offensively,
going 4-for-5 with a home run,
two doubles, and five RBI. Cayce
Griffin was 3-for-4 with two RBI,
and Jennifer Cramer added four
hits and three RBI as well.
Also contributing four hits and
three RBI was Mallory Dean,
who got the start and the win in
the circle for the Lady Bulldogs.
Dean pitched all five innings
and allowed just one hit, striking
out five and walking one.
The Lady .Bulldogs next play
host to Cotinl.ilc on Monday
night, then travel to Arnold on
Tuesday.


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Bulldogs beat Westover


Chipola Baseball
The Indians conclude
the Conyers Hardwood
Floors Classic today at
Chipola Field against
Kankakee at 2 p.m.
Chipola Softball
The Lady Indians
return home March 2
with two games against
South Georgia.
5K Fun Run
Marianna Probation
and Parole, and the
Chipola chapter of Phi
Theata Kappa will spon-
sor a 5K Fun Run bene-
fitting the Special
Olympics on March 6 at
Citizen's Lodge.
Registration begins at
7 a.m.,. and the 1-mile
walk/run starts at 8 a.m.
The 5K race starts at
8:45 a.m. Cost for the
5K race is $20 prior to
March 3, and $25 the day
of the race, while it is
$10 for the 1-mile
walk/run. All proceeds
benefit the .Special
Olympics.
5K Race
There will be a 5K run
at Torreya State Park in
Bristol on March 13
from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Proceeds from the race
go to, buying vaccina-
tions t6 give to the needy.
Sneads Project .
Graduation
The Sneads Project
Graduation. Committee
will hold a 5K run/walk
and a 1-mile Fun Run on
March 20 at Sneads Park
from 7:25 a.m. to 10:25
a.m. All proceeds will
go to Sneads Project
Graduation to keep sen-
iors safe on graduation
night.
Big Bend Baseball
The Big Bend Baseball
League of Florida will
franchise two additional
teams for the 2010 base-
ball season.
The Chipley Bruins
and the Destin Dawgs
will join the Bay County
Brewers and the Jacksonr
County Jays to make up
the western division of
the league. The eastern
division will consist of
the Chattahoochee Red
Birds, Liberty County
Diamond Dawgs, Gulf,
County Drive, and the
Calhoun County
Horsemen. League play
is scheduled to begin
March 13-14, with all,
first round scheduled
games to be played in
Chipley, as the Big Bend
Baseball League Kick-
off Classic.


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School
Bulldogs are 5-0 this season after
an 8-7 win over Westover on
Friday night in Bainbridge.
Zack Smith got the starting nod
for the Bulldogs.
In the top of the first inning,
Westover. plated four runs on five
hits and one hit batter.
Smith settled down in the top of
the second inning to get out with
no runs. Marianna answered in the
bottom of the frame with two runs.
Dustin O'Hearn reached on an
error at first and moved to second
when Smith drew a walk.
An' RBI single by Anthony
Williams scored the first run.
Bradly Middleton sent a ball to
deep left field to score Smith
before a strike out ended the
inning. Westover's lead-off batter
reached on an error at shortstop,.
but a pick-off at first got the run-
ner, and two outs followed to end
the inning. *
Marianna took a 5-4 lead in the
bottom of the inning, again scoring
their runs with two outs.
Jaren Bannerman singled and
scored on a double by Alex Bigale.
O'Hearn then took advantage of an
error at short to reach safely and
bring another run to the plate.
An errant throw on an attempted


BY DUSTIN KENT *
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Chipola Lady
Indians softball team
picked up a pair of wins in
Panama City on Saturday.
Chipola, which improved
to 19-4 with the victories,
beat Southeastern 4-1 in the
first game, then topped
Chattanooga State 11-4 in
the second. Brittany Black
started 'in the circle for
Chipola in the first game
and pitched brilliantly, sur-
rendering just one run on


An RBI single by Taylor
McDaniel put the Lady
Tigers up 1-0, but
Graceville didn't get a hit
the rest of the game.
Johnson was working a
shutout until the seventh
inning, when Londyn
Chason reached on a single,
and Kayla Kelly reached on
an error. Edenfield then hit
a shallow fly ball to right
field, but Kendall Asbury
overran the ball and it fell
in play to score the game-
winning runs.
On Friday, the Lady
Pirates would have far
fewer opportunities against
the South Walton senior
Watson, who struck out 13


pick-off scored O'Hearn before a
fly out to short ended the inning.
Michael Mader took the mound
in the fourth inning for the
Bulldogs.
After giving up consecutive sin-,
gles, Bannerman caught a fly ball
in right for the first out and Smith
snagged a grounder to first for the
second out of the inning with run-
ners at second and third.
An error at short allowed two
runs before Mader recorded a
strikeout to get-out of the inning
with Westover leading 6-5.
One run scored in the top of the
fifth inning on two hits.
The Bulldogs tied the game at 6-
6 in the bottom of the inning.
Colby Johnson led things off
with a double, and moved to third
on a sacrifice by Bannerman.
Bigale stepped up to the plate
again with a double to score
Johnson.' With two outs, Smith
reached on an error at third to score
Bigale, but a strikeout ended the
inning. Bigale took the mound in
the top of the sixth inning, and
allowed one baserunner on a hit
batter, but no runs. crossed the
plate. Bigale ,worked out of a
bases-loaded jam in the seventh
inning. With no outs and the bags,
full, Bigale struck out.two before a'
fly out to right to escape with no
runs plating. .
Johnson led things off in the bot-


six hits, five strikeouts, and
no walks: Chipola scored
all four runs. in the third
inning on a three-run home
run by Andrea Sullivan and
an RBI single by Black.
In the second game, it
was all about the Chipola
offense, with Trish Bliss
hitting a grand slam in the
second inning, and Ariell
van Hook adding a three-
run shot in the fifth inning.
Skylar Davis picked up
the win, with Heather
McAfee pitching four
scoreless innings in relief.


and allowed just two hits.
"She was the real deal,"
Sneads coach Kelvin
Johnson said. '"She's good.
She throws pretty hard, and
she's got some good stuff to
go with it. She kept every-
body off balance all night."
Watson also hit a two-run
home run in the first inning
off of Sneads -starter
Karissa Childs.
Childs was pretty good'
herself, however, striking
out 11 with no walks.
"She got better as she
went," Kelvin Johnson
said. "She just left one bad
pitch over the plate in the
first inning and it cost us a
couple of runs." .


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Marianna's Jaren Bannerman delivers a pitch during a game earlier
this season in Marianna. The Bulldogs improved to 5-0 this season
with a victory over Westover on Friday night in Bainbridge, Ga. -
Floridan File Photo


tom of the seventh with a single,
and moved to second when.
Bannerman reached on a catcher's
interference call.
A fly to deep centerfield by
Bigale moved runners to first and
third, then O'Hearn drew a'walk to


load the bases.
. Smith sent a ball to third that
allowed Johnson to cross the plate
for the winning run. -
Marianna will host Bainbridge
on Monday in hopes of going 6-0.
First pitch is slated for 5 p.m.


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2/22/2010
Team Standings
W-L
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2) Now What 57-39
3) Smith's Supermarket 54-42
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2/24/2010
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Seminole County wins pitcher's duel over Malone, 2-1


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR -
The Malone Tigers fell
to 1-2 on the season with a
2-1 loss to Seminole
County on Thursday night
in Malone.
Jeffrey Pittman took the


loss for Malone, pitching
three innings and giving up
both of the Seminole
County runs. The runs
came on a two-out, two-
RBI single in the fourth
inning, and that was all that
Seminole would need.
Malone's only run came


in the first inning when
Nick Breeden singled and
scored on an RBI double
by Pittman. Will
Dunnaway started for
Malone and pitched three
scoreless innings, giving
up one hit, two walks, and
striking out two. *


Chipola
Continued From Page 1B

thrown out going for third, from CJ Riefenhauser, who another in the sixth.
and the inning fizzled out. went seven innings and Martin and Sauls led the
gave up just three earned way for Chipola offensive-
The Indians bounced runs on five hits, six strike- ly, with Martin -driving, in
back Saturday night to take outs and two walks. three on one hit, and Sauls
a 5-3 win over Middle The Indians overcame a adding a solo home run.
Georgia. 3-1 deficit with three runs Levon Washington and
Chipola got a great start in the fifth inning and Rapp each scored a run.


Hornets
Continued From Page 1B
A Cottondale error in the fifth inning think Ryan settled down and pitched good
brought another Blountstown run to the after the start. All of the walks and hit bat-
plate. The three-run margin remained ters are very uncharacteristic for him.
heading into the bottom of the sixth. "Pat came in and pitched well. I thought
Morrissey led off the inning by reaching we hit the ball OK, we played OK defense.
on a Blountstown error, and eventually When you score 11 runs, that should be.
scored on an RBI groundout by Chris enough."
Krauser. k -- -
The Hornets got the tying run to the The Hornets got their first win of the
plate in the seventh inning after a two-out season on Thursday at home, beating
single by Michael Hill, but Tigers reliever Ponce De Leon 5-4.
Joey Sandefur struck out Toole to end the Bellamy started and pitched three
game. innings before giving way to Clemmons,.
Money started on the mound for who pitched 3 1/3 innings to get the win.
Blountstown, pitching 3 2/3 innings to get* Clemmons allowed just one hit-and two
the win, walking five and striking out two. earned runs, with seven strikeouts and two
Sandefur was outstanding in relief, strik- walks.
ing out five Hornets in 3 1/3 innings and Morrissey got the save.
surrendering only two hits. McClain led the Hornets offensively,
After a slow start, Morrissey settled into going 2-for-4 with an RBI, with
a groove in the fourth and fifth innings, Clemmons also adding a double and an
allowing just one unearned run before giv- RBI..
ing way to McClain. Toole was 2-for-3 with a run, and Drew
McClain retired six of the seven batters Williams was 1-for-3 with two runs
he faced, striking out five and walking scored. to
none. Morrissey had. 11 strikeouts, giving The Hornets next play Vernon on
the Hornets 16 as a team. Tuesday at home, before heading to
"If you strike out 16 guys, the other Bozeman to take on the Bucks on
team shouldn't score 13 runs," Cottondale Thursday, and Blountstown in
coach Greg Ohler said after the game. "I Blountstown on Friday.


Pirates
Continued From Page 1B


to stay in there and want to
have the baseball in your
hand. He did a great job for
us."
Carpenter scored the first
run of the game for the
Pirates, reaching on an
error. He then scored on
another error to tie the
game 1-1.
Vernon scored three
more runs in the third
inning, chasing Sneads
starter Josh Rogers in the
process.
Two of the runs came
after a dropped fly ball,
putting the Yellowjackets
up 4-1.
The Pirates got a run
back in the fourth, with
Hall walking and scoring
on a fielder's choice.
Sneads tied the game
with three runs in the fifth
inning, loading the bases
with a pair of errors and a
passed ball on a strikeout,
then getting consecutive
walks to .Green and John
Locke.
Carpenter came home to
score Sneads' fifth run on
another passed ball.
In the eighth, Jon
Beauchamp led off with a
walk, then TJ Granger hit a
single to put runners on
first and second.
After a pop-up by
Bamburg, Marcus
Beauchamp came up with
the game-winning hit.
Guerra said his team still
had much to work on, but
he was happy to see the
competitive spirit from his
players.
"We made at least 10
mistakes that I haven't
stopped thinking about, and
that's going to hurt you
down the line if you don't


cUt those out," the coach
said. "But it just seemed
that the way the guys kept
fighting and hustling gave
us a chance to win, and we
ended up doing it."
The Pirates are now 1-3


overall, and 1-1 in district
play.
Sneads will have three
more district games this
Week, starting with
Blountstown on the road
Monday.


"For the most part, our been okay," Malone coach
pitching has been real Max Harkrider said. "I'm
good, and our defense has just hoping the bats will


come around, Until then,
we'll have to pitch perfect
and play great defense."


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Bass fishing has slowed to
a degree, but largemouths
are still being taken from
the traditional staging
areas ne-ar shallow spawn-
ing grounds.
Crankbaits in or near the
migration' "ditches" are
good baits right now.
Carolina-rigs equipped
with 6-inch worms can
also pay off..
A few bass are already
reported on beds and bed7
ding activity should
increase very soon.
Crappie fishing is very
good.
Pretty good numbers and
fair individual fish are
being taken in some of the
backwater areas. Live min-
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Bass fishing continues
slow overall.
Fishing points for
schooling fish with.
crankbaits in a crawfish or
shad pattern is the best rec-
ommended method right
now.
Many fish. remain sus-
pended and, most that are
on or around structure are
holding tightly to the
cover.
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river and creek ledges has
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Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles Motorcycles Motorcycles Scooters/Mopeds portUtility Vehicles Wanted: Legal Notices Legal
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'L A for--le f S HARLEY Davidson '01 HONDA '06 Shadow, '05 Scooter, 90mpg, Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k I ENORS, AND 1255 COMMERCE
.*- Toyota '95 Cam Road King Police, Candy Apple Red, 2.8 49ccHeavy Duty, miles, loaded, white. orvair for parts ITOR, UENORS, AND 1255 COMMERCE
TOoW % 95 ssagre I4 TRUSTEES OF AUCE BLVD MIDWAY,
S1300 FIRM 850- 3- 16,500 miles. White, miles, LIKE NEW, Likenew, low miles, $17000 334-790-6700 1965-69 will haul off. A. PARAMORE, DE- FLORIDA 32343
1189 Leave Message clean & shop kept. $5,300229-334-8520, Must see, $1200 OBO TOYOTA'06 Four 334-678-6990 CEASED, AND ALL
$11,000. 334-774-3663 334-355-1202 850-482-7739 RunnerSR wd OTHER PERSONS SCOPES INCLUDE
Volkswagen '06 Bee- Runner SR5 2wh, CLAIMING BYN
e, o. diese 4K HARLEY DAVIDSON Honda'07 Shadow S J59,700 miles, white, Trucks-Heavy Duty CLAIMING BY,
Infinite '01 3012 mles. 40MPG, load- '02 Fatboy with lots red/blk flames $4000. portUtility Vehicles excellentcond.H, UNDER, TERMITE CONTROL
Silver Loaded $5,395 Mazda5,07'Grand ea.$16,000.334-897- of Chrome, Black, 726-1434/677-5489 asking $19,500. 334- 2008F-250Ford AND AGAINST THE CONCRETE & CE-
West Main Car Sles tour, 07'Grex nd re 2497 6or 334, .72 6 $10,250 352-303-2713 6Chevy '03 Tahoe 796-3130 Lariat Exc. Cond. NAMED DEFEND- MENT FINISHEWORK
West Main Car Sales touring, exc condo re- 2497o334HONDA '98 Valkyrie 3rd Seat, good cond., 13,176 Mi. $36,000 ANTS, MASONRY,
LLC 1919 West Main ing warr.48K VW '07 Rabbit, Harley Davidson '02 Tourer all original, $11,000.080334 685 Trailers-Tractors Truck is fully loaded STRUCTURAL STEEL
St. 334-699-5880 m. black $11,500 manual,34K,alloy- Heritage Classic, lots low miles, runs great 3921 or 334-795 8411 850-569-2840 Defendants. & METAL DECKING,
334-445-3652 or 256- wheels,like of chrome, 16K miles, asking $6,500 OBO 199 24 A R buddyigiitalexom ROOFING,
452-8026 new,$11,800. $13,000. 334- 693-5454 Chevy04 Tahoe 1999 254 AG-MASTER NOTICE OF SALE WATERPROOFING &
t M ------ 334-983-8399 588-2409/798-9478 LS, Beige, 83000 Tractor, 4 wd with Chevolet '06 1500 DAMPPROOFING
-Mercedes 04 Benz Kawasaki '08 Vulcan milesPW, PL, two implements. Silverado WT, ex- NOTICE IS HEREBY GLASS, STORE-
SE 320. sports pack. &t Harley Davidson 02' 900 custom, 2400 Radio/CD, tinted $2000. 334-522-6709 tended cab. Good GIVEN THAT, pur-FRONT & WINDOWS
aClassics&Antiques] Heritage Softail wdws, running bds, GVE HA, u-FRN
int age. charcoal black Cilassics&Aniues e n miles, windshield, wdws, running bds, cond., $9,500. OBO suant to Plaintiffs Fi- METAL STUD &
interior. 59K mies. Springer like new, to saddlebags, red. Re- $14,000.850-718- Busho 9044, field 334-798-3352 nal Summary Jud- DRYWALL
$17,000.334-806-7190 1974 Chevrolet many ext. to list duced to 5500. 334- 7040,569-5774. ready, shelter kept. 8-2 ment For Fo sure CARPTRY, ML-
JAGUAR 95GREAT MercedeXSamaro LT 3 V8 4,600m. ,000 692-3337 or 796-5421 GREAT CONDITION 500 3 CHEVROLET -08 entered in the above- WORK & CASE WORK
110K W5ETMA pc 9 .'S 0 spfact334-235-2995 347-4283 or 334-447- 2500 Duramax LTZ captioned action, I COMMUNICATIONS
CLASSIS. WEST MAIN Hd.top con. 54K mi. storation project, Harley Davdson 05' 25'2 Loaded Z71 36K w sell the property CERAMIC TILE
CAR SALES LLC leather nt Wine col- 80% complete. NADA FLHTCI Electra glide e CASE MODEL'60 mes. door, situated in Jackson *FLOORCOVERING &
334-699-580. or 334-693-3980 $12,000., needs home classic 9.000 mi. Tractor. OHP. front automanual trans- County, Florida, de- BASE
JEEP '06Wrangler Mercedes 98' SLK230 asking $9,500.334- black loade. end lif. runs great mission. Like New scribed as follows, to *SPECIALTIES
softIop49Kmiles, 2 leather,Hd.top,Con- 693-5454 $13.800. 334-714-9377 $ .3.500 OBO 334-775- condionblak exte- wit: ACOUSTICAL CEIL-
door, auto, 4 wheel vert. Supercharged, 4 Har Davidson 07 734 r black nerior, ING
Harley Da 74WD. 3.000 ALL THE LAND LYING FINISH HARDWARE
i. 350034- C Classic 12,000 Kawasaki 09 ZX14 Chevy '05 Tahoe. FORD TW 15 Tractor (34726-12u9 NORTH AND WEST PAINTING
685-0846 $9,500.334-898-1201 mi. Pearl white, load-. Monster energy edi- 49,100 mi, leather, w/cab, 140hp, exc. OF A COUNTY GRAD- PLUMBING
Nissan '05 Allima. 2.5 ed, greatprice tion. pipes, power new tires power, cond. $12,100. obo ED RAD, CLLED MECHANICAL
S 5 speed. 32k mi. $15,000. firm 612-396- commander, high very nice. 18,995 2 cultivator sold sep MILTON ROAD, IN EL ECTRICAL, FIRE
like new.REDUCED 9898 or 334-673-3837 flow air filter, low White 850-579-4694 334-701-1836 THE NW CORNER OF ALARM
1 1.900 850-482-2994 Beautiful project or miles. $9,700. Gandy 4 row insect THE NW OF SW BUILDING CON
parts car 1958 Mer 334-790-1852. Gandye appl4row insecator THE NW OF SECTION 36, TROLS
Ni6san '07 Altlima eury Turnpike Cruis- cide applicator OF SECTION TROS
Ni2.55L. Black. 34.200 cury Turnpike Cruis- Red Kawasaki 09' w/double boxes, for TOWNSHIP 6 NORTH,
L L. B ack. 34,200 Per4 doo, black Ninja Like New 250R two chemicals Chevy '04 Siverado RANGE 9 WEST PLANS ARE AVAILA-
Platimu Model 98K moon roof, spoilereo, Power backindsheld.Giganti w/ jacket3,500. mi. mountedon tool bar. 3500, 1Ton, Sharpe JACKSON COUNTY, BLE FOR PURCHASE
Loaded $7,200 West leather int. very 430cid engine, Push $3,995.334-692-3211 Good condition. $400.' Duramax, 6.6L, Dually FLORIDA; TOGETHER AT SEMINOLE BLUE-
LoMain Car Sal200 Wes LLC leathn, Like new. button trans. Will Leave Mess 229-758-3146 or 229- TowPkg/power WITH THAT CERTAIN PRINT, INC. IN TAL-
oe ARLEYL Le DAVIDSONe b n t Wl '09 HH R LT 400-5184 train rrorscrew 1999, 28 x 60, LEGEND LAHASSEE, 850-671-
1919 West Main St. need a few parts. H Y Di400-5184 trailing mirrors, crew
99Wt334372Ma 070 obor $ 0 ch or need a 0few parts. s1sver, SIheated' cab, ext. bed. loaded, HOMES, LEGACY MO- 2714 OR REVIEW ON
334-699-5880 334-372- 0702 or $2000 cash or need a '08 200Sportster s eats, all pwr. at. cd Ex., gas mileage BILE HOME, SERIAL LINE AT
334-432-0302. ckup so wi trade Custom.08miles. w,mp3. 17" H polish INCOME Super Cond. N U M B E R : www.seminolebluepr
N M for a good work warranty. Like new. edalum. whls. 19K. OPPOuNI $23,00. HL57914ABAL intinc.com AND
NISSAN '07 Maxima truck.Call/text 796- a e alu OPPORTUNITY $23,000. HL57914ABAL O AN
-- 40K, charcoal grey uck.Call/text $8.700. 334-702-4778. $14.500. 334-793- AVAILABLE FOR RE-
40Karcoalndig 755tion s onli s.eandy Dav 0 4 334790.4857 STAINLESS at public sale, to the VIEW ONLY AT OUR
Gre condition weekends only ps. Harley Davdson 08 STEAL, DINER highest and best bid- OFFICE. COOK
S$17,500. or Electra GhdeClassic. SUZUKI05C50. sad hevy b Traillazer0C C ESSN der, for cash on the BROTHERS DOES
-726-5253 fCs 4000 miles, 1 year black. LS 31K mi. A/C CONCESSION d lobby of the'Jackson NOT HAVE PLANS TO
4-G Nissa'AolfCars re t tall sissy bargs. windshield. & Rear air Exc. Cond. TRAILER County Courthouse, DISTRIBUTE, IN ANY
LEXUS02 RX 300 92K Nissan '0Altima wrren.00 left. t31843 isy 4rvr $15.000. 334791-9115 INCLUDES 4445 Lafayette FORMAT INCLUDING
$12,900 LIKE NEW UNDER WARRANTY, CLUB CAR 2008, Red $17.000. 334-618-4430 clean, 20Kmies, GRIDDLE, HOT 27 & Street,4raroaA ELTRONIC FILES.
WEST MAIN CAR LIKE NEW$200down bitires, liftkitlots HarleyDavidson08 360 334-618-5966 Ford Exedition COLD TRAYS, 200CoerCannon Jackson County, Flor-IF YOU HAVE ANY
SALES LLC $269 per mo. Call Rn of chrome' Garage Low Rider. less than .- Black 36K Rear Ar- BOILING TRAYS, Keystone 5th wheel ida 32446, at 11:00 QUESTIONS PLEASE
1919 WEST MAIN ST Ellis 3347140028 kept. 34-968136 3K mi. black. warran- rd Row Seat, Leath- TRIPLE SINK w/ 2 slides, sharp. AM (CST), on the 4th CONTACT THE UN-
334-699-5880 Pontiac '08 G6 GTer 122K Neg. Like $9,000. OBO Call for details, day of March, 2010.
3346995880 MUT SL 06 OR 3 9 many xtras. $13500 New 334-718-0087 334-9-816 $29,500. Offers M 1.. 850)
Lincoln Excutive $249 p month 850-526-2790 GMC'00 Jimmy. 334-805-4906. If you are a subordi-
Series 103K mi. Call Ron Ellis Harley Davidson 87 great cond., $4200 Lilliston 6000, field CHEVY '66, custom nate lien holder It is the responsibili-
w/reg. serv.,power 334-714-0028 -i FXR uperide Cus- OBO 850-526-2491 ready, shelter kept. V8,ps/b,swb, auto, claiming right to tyof the bidder to
windows & seats r" tom paint. osof iumph Daytona askfor Tom 1000,334-347-4283 runs& ooks good. funds remaining af- check for any future
iw. lumbar leather Saturn '03 Ion. slnew chrome, 9500 850- Tye) 955 Fi/ST Sport Hummer '06 H3, 41k or 334-447-2572 Needs some work. ter the sale, you addenda, questions,
innew tirs a t m r 1, 4r.,aron exh., miles, moon roof, Massey Ferguson 240 $2,500. 334-735-5404 must file a claim with revisions, etc., prior
driven exc. cond. m.500. 334 677-081 s tires, brakes, 334- mies, moon roo Massey Ferguson 240 the Clerk of Court no to the bid opening.
drv$6,900. cash firm Harley Davidson'96 693-9390 or 701-5588 leather seats, satilite 400 hrs.like new CHEVY '87 delux 10 later than 60 days af- Failure to do so will
S$6,900. cash firm Harley Davidson '96 693-9390 or 701-5588 radio, blue exterior. $9,800. OBO 334-794- Red w/blk stripes. ter the sale. If you be the responsibility
334-790-4892 Toyota '05 Matrirx T -a i Fatboy. red & white, r b e $ O Red w/blk stripes. ter the sale. I you be the responsibility
Lincoln7MK, FLGREAT GAS MILEAGE, DynaWide 13K miles, great UnitedMotorScooter $22495 .7989695 3226 $2000.33471958 fail to file a claim, of thebidder.
Lighncoln MK, FLY LOADED. LW Glid-FXDWG. Black shape. $8.500. '08.80mpg, 1000 mi.'s Jeep '04 Wrangler. Chevy '91 Cherokee you will not be enti-
Lihtor, leather heat down $250 per month Like new. customs. 334-899-1212 $3000. mfw 445-6302 trail rated, less than pickup, lift gate tied to any remaining COOK BROTHERS,
eats, ABS, side Call 334-791-8243 As 600mi.14.750.404- Yamaha-01Radar m hard $1500850-32-4724 funds. INC.850-514-1006
for 578-1482 lehfA softltkops. AM/FM CD.
airbags, 37k mi, NA- for Steve Hatcher 8th-i2 It Midnight Ed 1600, AC. tilt. and cruise. Notice to Persons CRAIG COOK
DA $21,175 sell for [rutimsong.com cover,3000+ miles. 334-693-9009 -; 1 Wint Disabilities: If PROJECT MANAGER
$17.900 850-814-0155 2003 YZ125. bought Black 5900.00, 080 BO. -you are a person
Lincoln Town Cnew in 2005. 2000 (34)655-9111 New '09 16h Trailer, with a disability who LF14855
Lincoln Town Car '. t 2007 YZF250. great used once. 7000 needs any accommo-
urgundy. 39 390n. shained.n$4000. ry Harley Sportter 06" GVWR. 2axels. pd nation in order to Noticeis given pur-
w t sre honcks.. both for $5000. Orange200R,Vane$1935asking $1600 participate in this suant toteSelf
n bes enkoth for 5000. raHnge Sh chance 850-569-2262 g 10 proceeding, you are St g Act, Florida
0-,d b 8,8ck shocks. 334-726-3812 & Hines Si-ort Shots. 8-E%-cab 360 Ma e- entitled, at no cost to Statutes Chapter
192000. 33497-5482. braided $ lnes.8.900 3 Va bVns num 4 barrel ho you. to the provision 83.806 that Marianna
'92 Goldwirg. 60k 7.995.794-8037 Jeep 04' Wrangler X re of certain assistance. Self Storage will sell
noyotal r d. HDexc. pain 4.0L 6cy 5sd W hunter-green.
nint Cutom fiberglass Please contact the by auction to the
Stunning cod. HD97Fatboy.Pew- Yamaha 05 Vma Khaki r. SoftTp, AC. 1978 Chevy Step Van, hood,22" hood Court Administra- highest bidder the
Commuter car. $000 850445-2915 te & Black, lowered,' anniv. edition in am/fm/cd/mp3, alloy does not, run, $500. scoop, stainless tor's office not later contents of spaces
2,000armiles. Stillon- leave messag e kept.12k mi, flame red, excel. whls, Moparbmpr NEG. 334-347-0619 grill & bumpers than seven days pri- noted to the follow-
der warranty $,900. Muse.cond., 1198cc grilgrd.Exc.Cond. Sn
334-726-2972 FZ Suzuki 50 79' col C'dale 850-352-4342 & incl. sissy bar, 1 ownr 3 rd car. Chevy 03' Astro van Snap on tread or the proceeding leases
lectors item i cyl. 2 guard. cover & trickle LOW MILES 37,300 Lt pack. 61K actual Alum. tool box, 6"
TOYOTA 'O Yaris 3D TOYOTA '10 slver stroke scooter or- chgr. 6.200. 33 1999 OBO m rear air ver nice lift kit, 6" glass DALE RABON GU- Unit 027 Personal
10K MI. under war- Prius, brand new, w/ ange,exc cond, 333-5854 or e-mail 334-803.6882 c nd.$7,800.BO packs, alum. racin E Prc tPe r
ranty, great gas mile- extended warranty: street legal.$1295. rkesscomcast.net rims Lots of extras Clerk of the Circuit Unit 079 Personal
age, loaded $12,500 gps, solar/moon roof 334-774-2521 334-774- JEEP 1987 Wrangler 347-5560 after 6m Court Property
OBO 334-775-3028 etc. 334-899-4545 2773 after 5 P.M. BUY M E! 44x4, ac, ps. ac. at. Chrysler '95 Voyager, Needs some work. Unit 104 Personal
new enginetrans/ V6, auto, seats 8,- By: /s/Beverly Property
H.tires, hard top. 792- power, am/fm cass. Hatcher Unit 125 .Personal
GetnHonda 01 Reflex YAMAHA'06 8018/792-8827.$6500. newtires, NOW Deputy Clerk Property
Get news and alerts on your i S oteo cc, $ar ,19750B00850-592-. LeUnit 130 Personal
4-stroke, 249cc, 70 Roadstar 1700cc, 215783Ford'00R e0 Property s
co mpg/mph $2100. Black, Motorcycle.rd00 Ranger, 101K
mobile devircel s fadnnl ff l 205-310-5662 5000 miles. Vance Ford '84 Econoline miles, manual, new REQUESTS FOR BIDS The same will be held
I I devic... s r c n ctg Hines Exhaust Sys- Van Good cond. tires. $4400 OBO. For at Marianna Self
S.- tem. 4 helmets andl -1200.334-791-9099 334693-0685 Timberthinning/sale Storage Facility lo-
S gel cushion. One Ford '02 F15 XLT, RFB# 0910-21 cated at 461 Hwy
red. 4WD, Triton Dear Vendor; 90, Marianna FL,
S i n u 334- 618-5833. ual trans..new tires good tires. tool box. Thank you for our 5,2010.
owner, gaagekept. EEP CJ 304 V Dear Vendor Jackson County at
speakers. console. or 334494-2823 business with the
$6499. 334-796-0097 Jackson County
Honda- 05For95'Windslar FORD '02 F-250. quad Board of County
Honda 05 e Mercury 99 Moun- Van selling for parts cab, Lariat, leather Commissioners. Cur- LF1486
VTX1300R/S Beauti- taineer, good cond.,. only $500.334-691- seats, power, 7.3 gently, we are re-
ful Candy Black Cher- $3600. 334-714-5526 2987 334-701-5516 Diesil, new tires, questing Bids, from PUBC HEARING
ry, over $2000 in ac- Yamaha'07 VStar i 128K, $13,800 qualified Timber PROPOSED
cessories. 8k miles, 334-899-0099 cnrldimtt5M'6- Er
Asking $5700 1300 Tour, fuel inject- oaded, newtires, 334-899-0099 t hifirms to pr RESOLUTION
ed, cover & helmet, color pewter, leather Ford 03' V-8 the County'his service to are hereby noti-
Honda '06 CTX 1300 cruise control, load- int.72,55K mi. Supercrew 30,200 mi. econ D Citye
Cruiser13,90 OBO 334- like new, Must See! Recreation Depart- fled that theCity
a-43 $i3 4 rt srsLiNw Kinw NISSAN '06 Pathfind- towing package, new lect and negotiate an consider adoption of
Honda 06' Rebel Solid YAMAHA '08 V-star er LE. 270np. bose power steering "-1 agreement with one the following Resolu-
cflordn an COm 'C, white windshield& 250. Burgundy audio w/6 disc CD pump. very clean., (' .l i: 1) firm to perform tion at 6:00 P.M. local
j forida C saddle bags 2600 mi. Low miles! Like new! remote keyless entry low mileage. 3.250 Timber Thinning & time in its meeting to
$3000. OBO 334-886- Asking $2.695.. 34.263 miles. $19.000. OBO 334-667-9845 or sale services re- be held on the 2nd
3326 334.714-11 10 334-693-5454 334-793-1544 334-355 1118 quired by the Parks & day of March, 2010,
Recreation Depart-.said meeting to be
ment. held in the Commis-
S"sa.-._,, .: --. Ford '06 F350.Diesel sion Meeting Room
4. 4WD. clean. 50k mi. SCOPE OF PROJECT; at Marianna City
gooseneck hitch, A fourth row thinning Hall, .2898 Green
$25k, 850-569 2262 with a high thin on Street, Marianna,
other rows left. Pines Florida, Interested
EFordx07FI0a XLT should be marketed parties may appear
supercrew. 4X4 5.4L, for highest value, at the meeting and














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fled cover. 144dark blue Stand should be left be heard with re-
/ Ded cover. 14504K with an average of 50 aspect to the pro-
3i. pwr. CC. $14.500 sq. ft basal area. The posed resolution, the
334-714-6999 protect areas are as Resolution being de-
FORD '07 F250 Super follows; Greenways scribed as follows:
Duty V-8 Crew Cab 4N-10W-Sec2, Blue
*Lan dXLT. 2WD. 18K miles. Springs 5N-9W- A RESOLUTION OF
S. 1Tan. $32.000 334-688- Sec33. THE CITY COMMIS-
S 8606, 334 6950688 RFB# 0910-21 SION OF MARIANNA,
Name: Timber Thin- FLORIDA NAMING A
FORD 77. F 100. 350. ning ROADWAY OWNED
V6. long wheel base. AND MAINTAINED BY
auto.ps.pb.runs& Due Date: March 15, THE CITY OF MA-
looksgood.$2.500. 2010 2:00 p.m., at RIANNA.
ozing s o/Housekeepingoragee e forage e r.vices.ere FORD'77 1`100Purchasing Depart- WHEREAS, the road
| o J iIsument Repair Yt er- eR6cy. short wheel meant, 2I64Madi- is owned and main-
Fabase.runs & looks son Street, Marianna, tained by the City of
For Gener aI /Ragood. 2.500.00. Fl32448 Marianna, and will
ivdo10fu 334 735- Bd5404 continue to be main-
House Self Storage p34i A0 __ Please direct any taned by the City of
IOr. Of| eeInexpensi C C lld ustons regard d Marianna; and
Grader Pan RELIABLE. Rec Hatcher at the Jack- WHEREAS, the road
PROESSONL Cg.! i. Gson County Parks & currently is named
SExcavator THOROUGH I record & mix 'Key Pal n-t' '.U-S ReUreaNon De art- d
'Dump Truck Call Debra from my home *Pay 1 M,,,,t,- "Ge't ment. Queins
526-2336 I n 2ndMontl, FRLE 30 Ye as I BUY For aint writing and faxed to WHEREAS, the City
Available Ac.nP.5..aaEnt. (850) 718-0440 or Commissioners of
R o al LB638 Es rates c I t U Eng. ec cnd jcparksjacksoncou have determined that
oGitenrep Foorang e Cd wheel based 302 V8, Hascher at (850) 482- "Healthy Way"; and
SiteeP FlooriSales& eadersh loaded, 52k onig. m 9682. We look for-
'eTop Soil Fill Dirt A t I HOME REPAIRS GetS RFB is also on our ordinator has ap-
*Land Clearing 4 ....A... A HOMEYORKS RESULTS!!! WW.jacksoncounty name for use in the
o7 oAY A WEEK METAL N Your source eauavistar'98 Eagle, chasing then on
Landlea 190 lwYourasourc e0"Beof YouriHome" Call with 525 Cummings Bids/RFP's. Property Aocopy of th p

Tile 'nimda. m l Tnnstraitins T e excellent running tact Chuck Hatcher the public at the Mu-
i Adhesives S Irn ouyzng llia H Jr. ClassifiedS 899-6594 ties also available rianna City Hall.
Salesi&insallatioLr. lassdIniured Sonoma '03 GMC from Parks & Recrea-
Sales & Installation Loca/y hM acted InsureExtended Cab 4.3V6 tion Department. CITY OF MARIANNA

ongk for YU Construction $7,800. Call 792-0603. chasing Agent ment Director
AonnractAasate P KETS BARN GIFT CERTIFICATES Repairs and r of n ou February23,2010

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