Jackson County Floridan


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Jackson County Floridan
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Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
Chipola Pub. Co.
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United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Marianna Floridan

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Vol. 91 No. 25

Area auto crashes kill two

From staff report seriously injured in a crash just before Toyota driven by Curriston.
9 p.m. Sunday. Both cars started to spin, with the
Two people lost their lives and oth- The Dothan resident was identified Nissan coming to reset in the median. ers were injured in area traffic crashes as 22-year-old Breanna N. Harrison. The Toyota came to rest in the westlast weekend. According to Florida Highway Patrol bound traffic lane and was struck
In a Holmes County crash Sunday, reports, Harrison was traveling the by an oncoming Freightliner com24-year-old Niceville resident Ashley wrong way in the westbound lane of mercial vehicle driven by Georgia M. Curriston was killed and another 1-10 when the Nissan Altima she was young driver from Dothan, Ala., was driving crashed into a westbound See CRASHES, Page 5A

Firefighters battle

double blazes

d b i b SUBMITTED PHOTO ...... :, : ., :., ;: :: ....This undated picture of Sharon Key was taken in the
:i '!".; ....: '.(,! Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., one of her
favorite places to visit.

Library loses

a true servant

The Jackson County library system has lost an
important member of its team in the unexpected
death of Sharon Key, who had a heart attack and
died Sunday.
if.,Key's plate was full at the library in Marianna. 4 j~She had stepped up to fill in as second-in-com, >~mand after Alan Barber had been asked to temporarily vacate his role as assistant director to serve
as the interim director. She worked primarily in
the Marianna branch.
She was expected to be heavily involved at the
:. library there Monday as last-minute tweaks and
checks were made in advance of putting a new
cataloging system online. The library had been
.. .... ..closed Friday and Saturday as the system was set
.... J..up. The library was also closed Monday so that staff could regroup and make that happen with':. " : ': : ... . r ,,out Key.
VALERIA ROBERTS/JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN Co-worker Ann Bryan said Key had trained sevA Friday night fire damaged this home on Fort Road near Greenwood. Another fire that morning destroyed a home on Basswood eral fellow employees on the system. "She was reRoad.erlfloemlyeontesse."hwarally bright and had a lot of technology skills," BryFires destroy one name, damage another include the entire dwelling, an said. "She brought enthusiasm and new ideas,
Crews were dispatched again and she enjoyed helping us learn the new technolaround 10 p.m. Friday, this time to ogy. She was spearheading the implementation of BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER mobile home on fire. None of the 5821 Fort Road near Greenwood. the new cataloging system and was very profesdbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com four to five occupants were at home The firefighters were able to con- sional in her dealings with us. We're shocked and when the blaze was discovered by a tain the fire, but it had heavily dam- deeply saddened." Last Friday started and ended on passers-by. aged the brick home there. It was an Pam Pichard, a county administration employee
a busy note for local fire teams. A The home of Maurice and Ronnie unoccupied dwelling owned by Avia who is heavily involved with the library, said Key morning fire near Bascom destroyed Brown, the structure was destroyed, Williams and had no power. was concerned about the library and the people
a mobile home and an evening blaze along with a 1993 Mazda four- Local fire officials say the state it serves: heavily damaged a brick home near door car that was parked near the fire marshal is conducting a rou- "She had a business mind and she used it well,
Greenwood. dwelling, tine investigation into each of the but she also had her heart in the library. This
The teams were called out to 5534 Fire officials say it appears that the fires to determine the causes and to leaves a big, big hole. The library was at her core. Basswood Road at abbut 6:30 a.m., fire started at one end of the trailer, see whether either warrants further She fell in love with what she was doing here, where they found a doublewide perhaps in a bedroom, and spread to study and she thought about a lot of things, was always

See LIBRARY, Page 5A

Water War-s

Ga. asks high court to reject Fla. lawsuit Rubio staff to host

-----7-mobile office hours
water consumption by metro : ," ;i
SAVANNAH, Ga. Attor- Atlanta threatens Floridas. :.. .. :,
neys for the state of Georgia oyster fishery.SpcatoheFrdn have asked the U.S. Supreme "Florida has brought its case V... pca t h Foia
Court to stay out of the latest against the wrong party, in the 11 >.. 'Residents of Jackson County who are having an
legal battle in its 24-year fight wrong court, and at the wrong I'" i- :: issue with Social Security, Medicare, Veterans Afover water rights with neigh- time," the Georgia lawyers $1 i fairs benefits, immigration, the IRS or any federal
boring Florida. wrote in their legal response. -. fl .. ..... agency are invited to Malone on Feb. 14, when a
week to Florida's request for of the dispute serves Georgia, able,, to constituents....... ..
the high court to intervene in Florida and Alabama. The Attendees will have a chance to Speak with lodeciding how they share water three states have been ema- TEASSOCIAJEDPRESSrILE cal staff and learn about the services Sen. Rubio's
that flows across the state line broiled in legal battles since From left: U.S. Sen. Marco Rublo, Frorida Gov. Rick Scott office offers his constituents.
*where the Chattalioochee and 1990 over how to share the and Rep. Steve Southerland, R-Fla. greet each other before Mobile' office hours with Rubio staff are schedFlint rivers merge to form the water supply. The 11th U.S. downing some oysters Aug. 13, 2013, in Apalachicola. Scott uled for 9-11 a.m. Feb. 14 in the council chamber Apalachicola River. Florida Circuit Court of Appeals in announced that the state of Florida will be suing Georgia, of Malone Town Hall, 5182 Ninth Ave., Malone. officials said in an October alleging that their increased consumption of water has For more information, call the Capital Regional
complaint their state needs See WATER, Page 5A limited freshwater flows into the Apalachicola River. Office at 850-599-9100.


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JACKSON COUNTY Community Calendar

F L~'1O R ID AN TODAY )) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 am. to 1 p.m, St. RSVP to FEC sponsor Casey Bush at bushc@
)) Paint with a Pirate Sneads High School Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna. chipola.edu or call 526-2761, ext. 2449. Publisher Valeria Roberts Library. Local artist Faye Parker will guide yopi call 482-3734. )) Unconditional Love Pet Adoption 9 am. at
vroberts@lctloridan.com through creating a masterpiece. All painting sup- )) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks ReStore in Marianna. ReStore will host Partners for

Cirultio Mnagr Dea berki plies provided. Previous painting skills not required. Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna, The CCC's focus Pets and Hidden Springs Horse Rescue for an adopCiclto Mngr-DeaOesi For more info, call 482-9004, ext. 241. is the local community, "Community, Children & tion/fund raising event. There will be large selection
doberski@jcfloridan.com Character." Call 526-3142. of home doggie beds and gourmet dog biscuits for

CONTACT US St. Anne Thrift Store 9a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at purchase. Partners for Pets will have dogs for adopAnne's Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna. Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. tion. 'Bring $10 donation for either nonprofit or an Telephone: 850-526-3614 Call 482-3734. Call 482-2290. item from their wish lists and get a discount on your
FAX: 850-482-4478 Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting )) VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting 6 p.m. at prhs rmteR~oe
Email: editorial@icfloridan.com -Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St. 2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish supper fol- )) Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10 Stret ddrss:Marann. owed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500. am. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in
StreetAddres: Maocina Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
4403 Constitution Lane )) Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior ))The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida Sc- without medical insurance treats short-term'
Marianna, FL32448 Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in-Marianna. Call ety, Sons of the American Revolution Meeting illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments
Office Hours: 482-5028. -6:30 p.m. at.Jim's Buffet and Grill. The program available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins
~ Mriana ityCom isson eetng 6 will be "The Battle of Ole Ninety Six District, South welcome. Sign in before 11 am. Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. MainaCt omsinMeig-6 Carolina, and the Southern Campaign of the Revolup.m. in City Hall, 2898 Green St., Marianna. Public tionary War." Anyone interested in SAR is welcome. The Boys to Men Choir of Jackson County. MIS YUR APRwelcome. Call 718-1001. For more info call 594-6664. Jackson County Youth Community Choir and
You S shoul receive yornwsae)nae Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 89 ))Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discusion, grea P urCice la. aenCaels AMEto han l 6am cIfi e o nt ar er cal Ccla-e p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- Chum r tc 9 le rns Rd.,1Mrannat h e Boys tha 6a~m I itdos nt rriecal Crcua- Church. 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed dis- donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance tonCh ir of9 Jackso Couiny s open torian.Tey tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to cussion with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire to limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking, ag e 3-26. If ko ouldliet jin orne moanoe Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The stop drinking is welcome. papers will not be signed. info contac Carouold ark 693 9630 or Leedoel
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) WDE AYFB.5209-4310.
is published Tuesday through Friday and WDE AYFB.5FRIDAY, FEB. 7 )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid Early Learning coalition of Northwest Florida )) Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Power 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist at MrianaFL.Board of Directors Meeting-li1 am. Preble-Rish Breakfast 7a.m. Agricultural Center, Penn Ave., Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
at MrianaFL.Office, 324 Marina Dr., Port St. Joe. For more info Marianna. Featuring Morgan Burleson of the Hunger
SUSRPINRTScall 747-5400. and Homeless Coalition, Amanda Crabtree of 211 SNAFB
SUSRPIO)AE East Jackson County Economic Development Northwest Florida and Shareta Wright-Green of The Alcoholics SUonyu Floe. 9~cs
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 to Recognize Business of the Month for Feb. Wright Foundation.AnymuClsdicsio for three months; $62.05 for six month s; -11:30 am. Chipola Surgical & Medical Specialties, )) Hooks and Needles 10 am. at the Jackson -6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist and$12.45fo on yer. llpries nclde 7999 U.S. 90, Sneads. Public encouraged to attend. County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and tendace,20 ledoponi tha desMa irena t-to aiable stat5ore a ll axes Minlud )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon experienced handcrafters welcome to create, share, tedrining. opesn it eir oso applcabl stae an locl taes. ailto 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. drnig
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. )) Chess Club -6-8 p.m. First United Methodist boar rloomic Ayofs CMmp etingei Hopmit subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months: )) The Boys to Men Choir of Jackson County, Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by 5429d Coollg Drive GracevilleHsitl $92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Jackson County Youth Community Choir Marianna Optimist Club for students for'students 8-549CleeDi, rcvl. year. and the Save Our Children Black Awareness 18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and
Program Practices 5 p.m. at Pope Chapel AME their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels MONDAY, FEB. 10
ADVERTISING Church, 4898 Blue Springs Road, Marianna. The including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473. Apalachee Regional Planning Council meeting
Boys to Men Choir of Jackson County is open to )) Celebrate Recovery 7p.m. at Evangel Worship -10 a.m. at the JTrans Off ice, 3988 Old Cottondale The advertiser agrees that the publisher anyone ages 3-26. If you would like to joinor need Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, Rd. Marianna. FTA applications will be accepted at shall not be liable for damages arising more info contact Carol Marks 693 9630 or Leon teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and this time. out of errors and advertisements beyond Kelly 209-4310. hang-ups" Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting

JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOC L TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4,2014 3A, Cottondale Elementary School

j announces Teacher of the Year

Cottondale Elementary has also served on the career but has recently is pleased to announce its literacy team, standards moved to Panama City A Teacher of the Year for the committee to be near her son and
c ( 2013-14 school year is Pa- and sun- daughter-in-law. She has
mela Toole. shine club. been married to Stephen
Her inspiration and Her phi- Toole for 31 years and
0 background training came losophy is they have two children,
from her parents who that every Brian and Christina. Toole
were both teachers. She student in is anxiously awaiting the
has taught for 23 years, Toole class has birth of her first grand13 of which have been at great po- child this year.
CES. She is certified in El- tential and she encour- Toole states that she ementary Education and ages them to reach the will never forget all the also has a degree in devel- goals she has set for them lives she has touched. She opmental psychology. and goals they have set for feels in her heart she was During her years at Cot- themselves, meant to be a teacher and
tondale, she has partici- Toole constantly strives considers working with pated in continuous pro- to incorporate new ideas children a glorious opfessional development and innovating ways to portunity that has been SUBMITFED PHOTO which includes Common make learning more en- bestowed upon her. Pictured (from left, standing) are Chaille Eikeland, staffing specialist; Donna Summer, LCHS Core and content areas gaging. She uses a variety Toole is an asset to our guidance counselor; Gay Lewis, director of instruction; Janna Hill, technology coordinator; of study. She has been in of resources to enhance community, our school, Johnette Wahlquist, family service worker; Heather Clark, Tolar guidance counselor; and Beckie leadership positions on learning and make it fun. and to each of the children Black, Hosford guidance counselor. Seated are Liberty County 10th-graders Megan Nichols and various committees, as She has lived in Cotton- that have been entrusted Demetria Peterson. well as, grade chair. She dale most of her teaching in her care.

Two Liberty County students Cottondale Elementary School

receive Take Stock scholarships announces Rookie of the Year

Liberty County 10th-graders Megan Superintendent Tony Anderson spoke Nichols and Demetria Peterson each re- highly of the Take Stock in Children pro- Cottondale Elemen- to be contagious both two children are the same ceived a Take Stock in Children scholar- gram. Anderson has served dls a mentor tary School is pleased its to her students and fel- but every child can and ship for two years to Chipola College after through TSIC in the past and says he is ex- Rookie of the Year is Erica low faculty will learn given the opthey graduate high school. cited about the partnership with Chipola. Barnes. members. portunity. She looks at her
The girls signed a contract Jan. 14 right Mary Helen Smith of TSIC Chipola says, Barnes has worked in She is con- classroom and her stubefore the Liberty County School board "We congratulate the students and thank the Jackson County School s t a n t 1 y dents much as a farmer meeting. The contract is an agreement all the people in Liberty County who Districtassupportperson- s e e k i n g looks at a garden: Every
between the students, their parents and help with Take Stock in Children, includ- nel since 2008. During this new ways to child must be groomed Take Stock in Children Chipola. By sign- ing Chaille Eikeland, staffing specialist, time she diligently worked engage her and cared for in order to ing the contract, the students are agreeing Donna Summer, LCHS guidance coun- to complete her bachelor's Barnes students, grow. to remain drug and crime free, maintain selor, Gay Lewis, director of instruction, degree in elementary edu- and in- Erica Barnes is currently a 2.0 GPA or better and to meet regularly Janna Hill, technology coordinator, Joh- cation at Chipola College. volve them in the learning living in Cottondale where with an assigned mentor. nette Wahlquist, family service worker, This year marks Barnes' process. she and her husband,
Megan has aspirations of becoming a Heather Clark, Tolar guidance counsel- first year as member of Barnes shows compas- Christopher, are raising physical therapist, and Demetria shared or; and Beckie BlackHosford guidance Cottondale Elementary sion to each one of her their two sons, Cale and dreams of going to cosmetology school. counselor." School faculty, where she children, as she seeks to Caden. She is an asset
teaches kindergarten, know each of them on a to our community, our Barnes energy and en- personal level. Her phi- school, and to each of the 'rh thusiasm about learning losophy about teaching children who have been
D aspiring announces honor and teaching have proven includes the idea that no entrusted in her care.
Dayspring Christian Academy an- Stone, J.D. Taylor and Nathan Ziglar. nounces its honor roll for the second nine FOURTH GRADE Philip
weeks: A Honor Roll Lindsey Blaylock. alone School
A/B Honor Roll Bud Basford, Madison
FIRST GRADE Harper, Mark Knowles, Daniel Stoutamire
AHonorRoll -Alec Basford, Chloe Kent, and Kaitlyn Strickland. announces R rookie
Lila Lewis, Joshua Mercer, Jenna Pippen, FIFTH GRADE
Catherine Powell, Josie Roberts, Hannah A Honor Roll Alyna Bodart, Victoria Shores and Lucie Taylor. A/B Honor Roll Jakelsky and Alana Kerr. A/B Honor Roll Tf
- Samuel Basford, Cooper Bloechl, Amy Daija Bennett, Charity Peterson and Chen and Adrianna Curti and .Mason Miranda Pumphrey. Malone School's Rook- abilities as an exceptional Carat The FIVE C's
Harper. SIXTH GRADE ie Teacher of the Year is Pre-K teacher. Car T ___C
SECOND GRADE A Honor Roll Megan Blaylock and AmandaWhitfield. Whitfield Color 1
A Honor Roll -William Crews and Han- Abigail Watson. A/B Honor Roll Dustin Her parents are Mike says, "Chil- Cut
nah Goodhue. A/B Honor Roll -Derrick Arnoldand Wilton Pittman. and Linda Whitfield. She dren are my CONFIDENCE
Bennett, Bryan Floyd, Dakota Hamil, SEVENTH GRADE has a sister, Jennifer Lu- passion. I
Stephen Hill, Jack Lamb, John Rollyson, A Honor Roll Zachary Ford, Sasha cas, and a brother, Brad am blessed Marianna's Most
Chelsie Showalter, Sarah Smith, Mad- Reese. A/B Honor Roll Stephen Chen. Whitfield. Whitfield has not only Trusted Jeweler
elyn Stoutamire, Simeon Wynn and Haley EIGHTH GRADE made a significant impact to be back
Yates. A/B Honor Roll Carolyn Shia Coker, in her first year at Malone in Jackson Est. 1971 ,,,
THIRD GRADE Joshua Degagne and Michael Fulmer. School. She goes above Whifeld County, buton
A Honor Roll- Carson Akerson, Annah- NINTH GRADE and beyond to motivate also to have tsJ 0- n
Grace Floyd, James Isabella, Savannah A/B Honor Roll -Joshua Wynn. and inspire her students the opportunity to pro- JEELR S
Lewis, Caleb Shores, Emily Smith, Jeffrey TENTH GRADE to learn. She employs dif- vide our young children GEMOLOGISTS
Sullivan and Olivia Yount. A/B Honor Roll A/B Honor Roll Logan McKinnie and ferentiated instruction with the foundation of 850.482.4037
- Will Chance, Sara Degagne, Trenton Bonnie Maldonado. and small group learning their education." watsonjewelers.corn
to meet the needs of her
students both academi- I ,I
Cottondale Elementary announces cally and behaviorally. D DBo
Whitfield is compassion- D & D Bail Bonds
S h- ladjj_,"A E mployej~j~n j fth ea r ate and caring in all areas
SAO e o e of her career. 'Any Jail, Anywhere, Anytime"
She works well with par- Friendiy & Professional Service Confidential
Cottondale Elementary School is proud needed. Students, as well as teachers, love ents and staff, and pro- 4396 LAFAYETTE ST. MARIANNA to announce its Vivian Ford School-Relat- Ms. Bertha, as they affectionately call her. motes an environment PAGER TOLL FREE 1.88.699.6847 CASH/ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ... ed Employee of the Year is Bertha White. She is definitely an asset to of achievement and high ,
White has worked at Cottondale Ele- the Cottondale Elementary standards. She is a team
mentary for approximately three years as ,.School family., fCt player that attends many
custodian. She moves quietly as she tack- White is a native oCt- school functions and is al- J >..
les her job, working hard and creatively ~ tondale, attended Cot- ways available to provide .
to insure the most effective results. Great tondale Elementary and a helping hand. She was~ii,. .. ,:*:v',,
pride is taken by her in her custodial du- graduated from Cotton- recently chosen to repre- ~
ties and she never complains regardless White dale High School. She is sent the Jackson County w ... .:., ;:
of the task. She gladly volunteers for any the proud mother of one Early Childhood program -' -,,,-.
additional duties when an extra hand is daughter, DeShane Daniels. during an audit due to her .

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Candidates debate in

Flo..daspecial eletr

already drawing national "How a candidate can down.
SEMINOLE, Fla. The attention. defend Obamacare is be- "I don't believe in forcing
three candidates who are The trio spent the bulk yond me," said Jolly, echo- people to buy insurance," seeking to replace the late of the debate highlighting ing his party's hammering he said. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Congressman Bill Young the differences between on the issue. "Obamacare All of the candidates said Rpbia ai ol cne)LbrainLcsOeb held their first debate on them. Moderators asked has hurt people in Pinellas they are in favor of find- (elcnriad Deocrat(cAlex) Sinket)a debaeOdurgy Monday night. several "lightning round" County" ing a solution to the flood 'Conversation with the Candidates.
Republican David Jolly, questions where the can- Sink said she would not insurance crisis, which afDemocrat Alex Sink and didates were asked to an- vote to repeal the law, but fects thousands of Pinellas in the way of solutions. midterm elections, the Libertarian Lucas Overby swer quickly about major would like to tweak it. County homeowners. "We have to guarantee contest is shaping up to
participated in an hour- issues such as abortion, "Americans deserve the The candidates also the benefits to anyone be the proving ground for long debate at St. Peters- medical marijuana and right to have affordable seemed cognizant that the who is vested," said Jolly. political arguments Reburg College. same-sex marriage. For health care," she said, add- district which encom- "We can't-break a promise publicans and DemoThe three are running Sink and Jolly, their an- ing that she would like to passes nearly all of Pinellas that Washington has al- crats hope will resonate to win a special election, swers usually came down change how medical de- County, including beach ready made." with moderate voters in
which was called after along traditional party vices are taxed. "The Af- towns and subdivisions Said Sink: "I'm going November. Young died in October. lines, fordable Care Act has not is home to tens of thou- to fight to protect Social Both major politiThe debate was spon- The candidates' most been perfect. It should not sands of senior citizens. Security and Medicare, cal parties are spending sored by AARE, the Tampa stark difference came on be repealed because we Both Sink and Jolly said period." millions of dolBay Times and Bay News the Affordable Care Act, cannot go back to where they wanted to protect So- Overby said there should lars to flood the 9, and the event gave the which was referenced sev- we were before." cial Security and Medicare, be a voluntary opt-out airwaves with attack three candidates their first eral times throughout the Overby said he does like especially for those who option. ads in the swing-voting
chance to directly address debate. Jolly thinks the the consumer protections are already receiving those As the first major match- district. The special eleceach other in a conten- health care law should be of the act and is in favor of benefits but-gave little up in advance of this year's tion is March 11.

Lopez=-Cantera sworn in cCrstsys'gy

Fla.'s lieutenant governor lieRckSot
caused recession
The Associated Press .we're going to abruptly resigned after she was inhave a great terviewed by law-eniforcement au- The Associated Press international financial
TALLAHASSSEE, Fla. Carlos Lo- year running thorities about work she once did for crisis, it's also not fair to
pez-Cantera was sworn in Monday t toge th er, a charity that prosecutors have said TALLAHASSEE, Fla. blame Scott for the same
as Florida's next lieutenant governor Scott said. was a front for a widespread gamn- Democrat Charlie Crist's recession.
during a small, private ceremony ,L o p e z bling ring. She has not been accused released a Web ad Mon- Scott partially built
held in the governor's office. ,Cantera, 40, of any wrongdoing. day that says it's ridicu- his wealth through corLopez-Cantera becomes the first is a former Lpez-Cantera was sworn in by 1st bous to blame him in his porate mergers and, acHispanic and Cuban-Amnerican in ~ state legisla- District Court of Appeal Chief Judge time as governor for Flor- quisitions. He was also
Florida history to hold the position. tor and ally Joseph Lewis Jr. during a ceremony ida's economic downturn the CEO of the ColumHe will appear on the ballot with of U.S. Sen. attendedby family members. and that instead the re- bia/HCA hospital chain.
Gov. Rick Scott when Scott runs for -Marco Ru- Florida went nearly, 100 years with- cession was caused by Crist, makes an indirect
re-eletion dii Car.lo H AOpzCATERS bio who had out the post of lieutenant governor guyss like Rick Scott." reference to Columbia!
While the job of lieutenant gov- smiles after Florida been holding until it was revived in 1968. The job, The ad is in response HCA paying a$1.7 billion ernor is largely ceremonial, Scott Governor Rick Scott the -elected which pays nearly $125,000, has no to a Republican Party of settlement for Medicaid said that he expects Lopez-Cantera naming him lieutenant position of real defined responsibilities besides Florida Web ad released fraud. to help him push his agenda dur- governor and his Miami-Dade replacing the governor if he leaves last week that blames "His company coming the annual session of the Florida running mate for 2014. P r o p e r t y office or dies. Crist for high unemploy- mitted outright fraud. So
Legislature. Appraiser. Over the last several months ment rates, a big drop in when you see his ads, reScott's top priority is to get legisla- Scott named Lopez-Cantera. to the several names had emerged as possi- property values, Florida member it was guys like tors to use an expected budget sur- post in January. The job of lieuten- ble contenders for the job, but Lopez- leading the country in Rick Scott that crashed plus to pay for more than $500 mil- ant governor has been vacant since Cantera said the Scott administration home foreclosures and our economy," said Cristi lion in tax and fee cuts. March 2013. did not reach out to him about the more. Crist, then a Re- who left the Republican
"Hes going to be a great partner, Former Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll position until mid-December. publican, served as gov- Party in 2010, registered ernor from 2007 to 2011, as a Democrat in DecemState Briefs when the state's econo- ber 2012 and announced
my took a tumble. he would seek his old job
Woman, charged with after 7 a.m. first-degree murder trial, borough County Jail after During the 30-second with his new party last
feding bear Crews found 24-year- Michael Dunn is charged his Mar Plaza apartment ad, Crist looks at the November.
old Jessic a Keith and her with shooting Jordan Da- caught fire on Sunday camera and says, "Rick Scott's campaign said SEBRING, Fla. An roommate, 24-year-old vis outside a Jacksonville night. Scott is blaming me the ad shows Crist is
81-year-old Sebring Amber Lynn Jordan dead store in November 2012. Firefighters evacuated for the financial crisis? incompetent.
woman has been arrested inside the home. 28 apartments on Sunday That's ridiculous. Here's "He continues to take
after authorities say she The cause of the Fantasy 5 player wins night. the truth, the recession no responsibility for the
continued to feed wildlife fire remains under $195,732.14 jackpot Tampa Fire Arson investi- wasn't caused by me, or economic disaster that
in violation of a probation investigation. gators determined the fire by you. You know who occurred underhiswaitch,
order, then fought with No further details were TALLAHASSEE, began in Haskins' kitchen caused it? Greedy Wall and pretends that as gova state agent and deputy immediately available. Fla. One player of the and bedroom. They say Street bankers and cor- ernor he was helpless to sheriff as they took her "Fantasy 5" game se- Haskins made comments porate takeover artists. fix the situation. Things
into custody Jury to be seques- lected all five winning during the investigation In other words, guys like got so bad he ended
The News Sun reports tered in klling tria numbers and will collect about being upset with the Rick Scott.". up running away but now
that Mary H. Musselman Bligra. a $194,732.14 jackpot, apartment's management Just as Crist can't be he wants his job back,"
was arrested Wednesday JACKSONVILLE, Fla. the Florida Lottery said company blamed for Florida's said Scott campaign
after the agent found trays journalists are object- Monday The upstairs unit where bad economy during an spokesman Matt Moon.
with bird seed and corn in ing to an order requiring The winning ticket was the fire began sustained Mussel-,P1mann.-su yrd. rporters to be ou t of brought in Maitland, lot- heavy fire, smokep nd

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like trade and energy even as friendly ence in Washington, Obama could risk The Associated Press high, compared with 14.7g lawmakers show little restraint in pub- the appearance of being a hindrance percent and 16.3 percent Emerson Hubbard
licly breaking with the White House. to his own party each time Democrats WASHINGTON U.S. in 2012 and 2010, respec- "Hub" Bamberg, 86., of The president will hold separate meet- push back against him. But the friendly soldiers had higher mo- tively. During those ear- Grand Ridge died Monday, ings this week with House and Senate fire might prove to be well worth it for rale and suffered fewer lier survey years, there February 3, 2014 at Jackson Democrats, where he's likely to face Obama if it helps Democrats hold the mental health problems were more U.S. troops in Hospital. more pushback on the Keystone XL Senate. in Afghanistan last year Afghanistan 10,0 A native and life long resipipeline and health care, particularly Keeping control of the chamber was as they handed off more at the height of the surge dent of Jackson County, from lawmakers who will face voters in the central focus of the president's dis- duties to Afghans and saw, that started in 2010. Now, Mr. Bamberg was a US ArNoveber Obma lsomet ondy cssin Mnda wit Red, ho as esscombat themselves, there are about 34,000 my veteran, He was a reNoveber Obma lsomet ondy cssin Mnda wit Red, ho as esstired Chef from Florida
with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, joined at the White House meeting by according to a report re- U.S. troops. State Hospital and a memwho has sharply opposed the president's Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, the leased Monday. "The differences in in- ber of Grand Ridge Baptist
proposal for letting Congress vote quick- chairman of the Democratic Senatorial The Army report was dividual morale in 2013 Church. He was an avid ly to approve international trade pacts, Campaign Committee, and Guy Cecil, drawn from a battlefield relative to 2010 and 2012 coon hunter, loved to fish though officials said the issue did not the committee's executive director. A survey and interviews in may reflect differences in and a gifted gardener. come up during the meeting. White House official said the meeting June and July. It was the combat experiences dur- He was preceded in
White House officials have tried to had been scheduled before the Nevada ninth time since the prac- ing those 2 years ... years death by his parents, dismiss the intraparty divisions, saying lawmaker made his comments on trade. rice started in 2003 in Iraq with the highest combat George Edward and Bessie they're aware of the election-year pres- Obama's advisers are hoping to off- that the service had sent experience levels" of the Lee Jeter Bamberg. sures driving some Democrats to oppose set Democratic disputes on issues like a team of mental health war, said the report by the eis w rif e d of 62heas, Lllian Obama on high-profile issues. trade and energy with party cohesion experts to the field of war office of the Army surgeon Dalton Bamberg; two sons,
'All of these folks got elected in the first on the economic agenda the presi- to measure soldier mental general and command Wayne H. Bamberg and place by being really strong advocates for dent outlined in last week's State of the health and assess avail- surgeons at U.S. Central wife Barbara, Paul E. their states," said Dan Pfeiffer, Obama's Union address. able care. Command and in the Af- Bamberg all of Grand
----The report says rates of ghan warzone. *Ridge; eight grand children soldiers with depression, Last year, the U.S.-led and ten great grandchilnil choo anxiety and acute stress international forces in dren; a host of nieces and
M auln c olCn t u as well as tendencies Afghanistan suffered the nephews.
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Sharon Calloway is the Malone School all of her students to high expectations. 900 soldiers, 20.2 percent mount as they took the Bamberg and Rev. C. D. Elementary Teacher of the Year. Calloway is an active leader of our school said last year that their lead in the 12-year war Ham officiating. InterHer husband is J. Scott Calloway and community. She has been morale was high or very against the Taliban. ment will follow at Shady
her children are Dustin and Jeremy a member of many differ- Grove Cemetery with
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should have. She will take any leader- Calloway Powell, says, "Every rime The. driver, from Free- 2014 at Maddox Chapel.
ship role that is given. I go into Mrs. Calloway's resident Willie J. Haynie, port, was taken to Sacred 'Expression~s of sympathy
All of her co-workers look up to her classroom each student is actively en- 51, of Palmetto. After im- Heart Hospital in Mirimar may be made online at and seek her out for advice. She h~as a gaged and learning. She uses her talent to pact, those two vehicles Beach for treatment, but ww.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com. creative teaching style and she holds demonstrate and encourage students." crossed the westbound died from his injuries. James & Sikces
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two children, Kaitlyn and Keaton. Braswell wants students treatment of serious in- Hyundai Elantra driven
Braswell teaches sixth-grade reading, to succeed and will help juries, according to the by 65-year-old Freeport Troy Lynn Groth, 41, of
language arts, intensive reading, and them find their niche just report. resident Kathleen C. Greenwood, died Sunday,
civics. Even with all of the preparation to prove that they can do Curriston was pro- Brice. According to re- February 2, 2014 at Jackson
and planning it takes for each subject, ~ it. As far as teaching is nounced dead at the ports, Brice was. taken Hospital. Braswell takes it all in stride. His desire concerned, he believes scene by Holmes Coun- to Sacred Heart Hospital Arrangements will be anis to be a creative and innovative teacher Braswell "investing in children, ty emergency medical for treatment of minor nuned byoJmes &MSddes for each and every child. His concern rewards far exceed sacri- personnel. injuries. Funel.Hm Mdo
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on a new water allocation a fishery disaster for oys- Georgia says the Army more drop of water at the the reservoir for water with of Grand Ridge, died Monplan for the regin. termen on the. Gu-lf Coast. Corps ultimately controls state line." res-trict-ion. The. court or- day, February 3, 2014 at


$5M bond for Ohio suspect Broken pipe spills coal ash in Dan River in NC
The Associated Press holding back the water in

in two fieiher deaths the ash basin remains solEDEN, N.C. Duke id despite some erosion.
Energy says apipe broke Engineers are trying to
The Associated Press under a coal ash pond figure out how much ash
and released an unknown and water made it into
TOLEDO, Ohio In a amount of the waste ma- the river.
courtroom crowded Mon- terial into a North Caroli- A water quality moniday with firefighters and na river near the Virginia toring team is checking,
their supporters, an apart- T border. but the utility says downment building owner ac- The utility says the pipe stream water supplies
cused of setting a blaze broke Sunday afternoon have not been affected.
that killed two firefighters at the now closed Dan Coal ash is the waste left
was ordered held on $5 River Steam Station in after burning. It contains
million bond. Eden. Crews are working arsenic, mercury, lead,
RayAbou-Arab, who was to get all the water out of and over a dozen other
handcuffed and wearing a the broken pipe. heavy metals, many of
sleeveless smock, was ar- Duke says the dam them toxic.
raigned in Toledo Municipal Court, appearing for
the first time since he was
charged on Friday with
aggravated murder and Te hfi n isco e m r
arson. murde info about US no
Prosecutors and inves- s o p g
tigators revealed nothing The Associated Press Facebook Inc., Microsoft
new Monday about the Corp. and Linkedln Corp.
fire, the arrest or a poten- Five major technology It's the first time that
tial motive. companies have released the companies have been
Abou-Arab, 61, was ac- THEASSOCIATED PRESS previously confidential able to disclose the volcused of using a flam- Toledo firefighters put up the large American flag at the corner of N. Ontario and Washington information that con- ume of U.S. government mable liquid to start the streets in preparation of Toledo firefighter Stephen Machcinski's procession as it passes by firms the U.S. govern- orders approved by the fast-moving fire that killed Station 5 in downtown Toledo, Ohio on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014. ment has been snoop- Foreign Intelligence Surveteran firefighter Stephen and with his attorney and packed the courtroom Machcinski and Dickman ing on the digital lives veillance Court that monMachcinski and rookie Defense attorney James for Abou-Arab's first ap- that had their photos on of thousands of people itors spying programs set James Dickman, who MacHarg did ask that po- pearance since his arrest. the front. in the name of national up to sniff out potential
were trapped inside in the lice secure the scene of the They turned silent when Toledo Fire Chief Luis security, terrorist plots.
apartment on Jan. 26. fire until defense experts the suspect was led into Santiago said later at news The disclosures made The companies still An attorney representing can examine the building. court and several stared at conference that the arrest Monday cover secret aren't being allowed -to the suspect did not con- About 60 firefighters and Abou-Arab while he stood on Friday had unleashed court orders demand- provide many details. ment on the charges or ask supporters, wearing red during the brief hearing, negative emotions among ing the emails and other They are only disclosing for a lower bond. Messag- or black ribbons across One firefighter held up a firefighters. "It doesn't get online activities of peo- the number of users afes seeking comment were their badges, marched as program from last week's any more personal," he ple using the services of fected by the FISA orders
left at Abou-Arab's home a group to the courthouse memorial Service for said. Google Inc., Yahoo Inc., in broad ranges.

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his hands to escape from Middlebury, ment Director Dan Heyns. period. (Elliot) was able to
a Michigan prison before Ind., some "The response was good, evade or avoid detection,"
abducting a woman and 100 miles to but he'd left the area by Marlan Said.
fleeing to Indiana where the south. the time we were mobi- He said it wasn't immethe victim and her vehicle Elliot The wom- lized totally 100 percent. It diately known if electronic were safely recovered, au- an's red Jeep didn't take him long to get security measures at the
thorities said. was found abandoned down to Indiana. His flight fence were not working or
Officials were stunned nearby in Shipshewana on path now has expanded if Elliot somehow avoided by the brazen escape Sun- Monday. dramatically." them.
day night of Michael David At least one school was Nothing in Elliot's re- Elliot was serving life Elliot, who had a record locked down, residents cord suggested he might in prison without parole of good behavior during were warned to stay in- escape, said Heyns, who for fatally shooting four his 20 years in custody. side and officers went added, "This is entirely a people and burning down He wore a white civilian door-to-door in the area. one-man operation." their Gladwin County kitchen uniform to evade But it's possible Elliot was The woman who was house in 1993 when he security and blend in with long gone. Investigators abducted. was able to call was 20 years old, acsnow at the Ionia Correc- learned that the Jeep had 911 from a concealed cording to court records. tional Facility in, western been parked for hours be- cellphone while Elliot Elliot and his accomplices Michigan, prisons spokes- fore it was reported, said was pumping gas at the were trying to steal money man Russ Marlan said. Indiana State Police Sgt. store near Middlebury in from a drug dealer, police Prison fences were Ron Galaviz. Elkhart County, Ind., au- said.
equipped with motion "We can't assume that thorities said. She ran to a He was arrested a few sensors to alert guards. he's on foot," Galaviz said, restroom and locked her- days later and had a gun The fences also carry elec- noting the cold weather, self inside.. Elliot knocked that tied him to the slaytric current to shock any- "but we can't always as- on. the door, but she ings. One of Elliot's co-deone that touches them. sume he's going to be in a stayed inside until police fendants testified against "It appears that did not vehicle." arrived, him, saying he laughed r
happen. ... He was not. An alert was issued to law Elliot was discovered about shooting the victims zapped with electricity, enforcement nationwide. missing from the prison in the head. and he was not picked up The woman told police about 9:30 p.m. Sun- Elliot was convicted of
by the motion sensors," that Elliot was armed with day, probably 2 1/2 hours first-degree murder in Marlan said. a box cutter and a hammer after he escaped by 1994.

Homeless man possibly .~

attacked by animal

The Associated Press and possibly spent some K

PERRIS, Calif. Experts said. "The comforter is ab- will examine the torn cloth- solutely soaked with blood, ...
ing of a homeless man it's amazing that anyone to determine whether a could survive." mountain lion mauled him Early Saturday,. he left athio Clfod a mpsite, ute campe and walcked
a state wildlife official said about a half-mile to a .L
Workers at a forensics on the door and told '
laboratory in Sacramento a man to call 911, Foy said. will try to find saliva and "He said, 'I got attacked itn the
conduct testing to see if yesterday by an animal,'" aC -t
it came from a cougar, Foy said. CCK ofl l~
perhaps even whether it The man, whose name-- F va lorid4artwas a male or female, said hasn't been released, reLt. Patrick Foy of the Call- maimed hospitalized with i/Vaentine.
fornia Department of Fish massive trauma to his head, rn c :
and Game. neck, scalp, body and arms, ide
Foy said the man's exten- Foy saidLG a dc ide
sive wounds led authorities "It was trying to kill him," to suspect it was a moun- Foy said. "They say he'll. ....ftain lion that attacked him survive but he's not out of
on Friday at his trash-llt- the woods yet." Complete the form below; then submit it, with your grandchild's photo & $18 per submission to:
tered encampment near Wildlife experts found no Valentine Grandchildren, C/O Jackson County Floridan, RO. Box 520, Marianna, Florida 32447
State Route 74 about 70 mountain lion tracks near
midles east of downtown Los the site. or drop them off at our office at 4403 Constitution Lane.
Angeles. It's impossible to de- Deadline is 5:00PM on February 7, 2014
The man was badly termine what may have
clawed and bitten but didn't prompted the attack, Child's Name__ _____________________________immediately seek help, Foy although in most such Grnp etNaes
said. cases the cougar attacks for
'After he was attacked it food, Foy said. Daytime Phone Number_ _______________________appears that he wrapped Authorities will remain
himself up with a big blan- in th~e area for a few days in Submitted By Iket, comforter-type thing, hope of spotting the animal._______________________________________________


High school LayTgr btlji
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boys basketball
District tournaments begin BY DUSTIN KENT But a 2014 turnaround will be year and lost another to injury, ing for 82 hits and 42 RBI last
this week, with Marianna host- dkent@jcfloridan.com tough for a Lady Tigers squad with sophomore Dominique season, with McDaniel's loss also ing the District 1-4A tourney that lost much of Robinson likely to miss most if being felt in the pitching circle
and Graceville hosting the The Graceville Lady Tigers the heart of last not all of the year with a knee after pitching 105 of the team's
District 2-1A tourney, while softball team had a frustrating year's group and injury suffered during basket- 115 innings in 2013.
Malone will travel to Beth- G b
lehem for the District 1 -A season in 2013, losing its, final is already battling ball season after batting .422 as The Lady Tigers return a trio of tor e four games and missing out on a youth.and injury to a freshman. "productive hitters from last seatourney, chance at the postseason thanks start the year. Top three hitters Taylor Mc- son in Madison McDaniel (.396),
f The District 2-lA schedule, to a heartbreaking district tour- Graceville lost four of its top Daniel, KayleeVaughn, and Caitfor Tuesday's first round: Altha nament loss to Ponce de Leon. five hitters to graduation last lin Miller graduate after combin- See GRACEVILLE, Page 6B vs. Wewahitchka, 4:30 p.m.;
'Cottondale vs. Blountstown,
6 p.m., Graceville vs. Sneads,
7:30 p.m..
The semifinals will be Friday,
with Vernon facing the winner
of Blountstown/Cottondale at
7:30 p.m. and the winner of Altha/Wewahitchka playing the
winner of Graceville/Sneads at
6 p.m. Dsrc h
The championship game will
be Saturday at 7 p.m.
) In the District 1-4A semifinals, West Florida will play
Pensacola Catholic in Pensacola at 7 p.m., and Marianna
will host Walton at 7p.m.
The championship game will
be Saturday night in Marianna
at 7 p.m.
} The first round of the District 1-IA tournament will be
played at the site of the higher
seeds Tuesday: Poplar Springs
at Paxton, Bethlehem at Laurel
Hill, Ponce de Leon at Central.
In Friday's semifinals, the
winner of Paxton/Poplar
Springs will play the winner
of Laurel Hill/Bethiehem at4
6 p.m., and Malone plays the
winner of Central/Ponce de Leon at 7:30 p.m.
Chipola basketball
Chipola men's and women's
basketball teams will travel
to Niceville on Wednesday.
to take on Northwest Florida
State before finishing the week JENN I FER BASFORD/FOR THE FLORIDAN
Saturday on the road against The Sneads Lady Pirates basketball team poses with the District 2 championship trophy Saturday night in Sneads. The Lady Pirates won the
Pensacola State. district tournament title by beating Blountstown 65-40.
The women's games will start
at 5:30 p.m, followed by the
t:3hmenat7:30p.m. Lady Pirates cap off perfect season with romp over BHS
High schoolsoftball BY DUSTIN KENT the semifinals. A 14-8 first quarter lead ballooned to
dkent@jcfloridan.com "It's big for the girls," Sneads coach 29-17 at halftime, with Sneads going up
Tuesday- Munroe at Andy Ward said of the win. "It's really the by 22 points in the third.
Marianna, 5:30 p.m.; Godby at The Sneads Lady Pirates completed first time they've been relevant in district Leading the way was an unlikely hero
Sneads, 5 p.m.; Graceville at a perfect district season Saturday night since they won the title in 2007. The girls in the sophomore Green, whose primary
Chipley, 6 p.m. with a dominant 65-40 victory over the are real excited to go through district and contribution is typically on defense and
Wednesday Holmes County Blountstown Lady Tigers in the District 2 not lose a game and finish it with a dis- who had scored just 48 points total in 19
at Graceville, 4 p.m. championship game at home. trict championship. But I think they still previous games before exploding for 26
Thursday Marianna at De'Aryll Green scored a career-high 26 think we can continue to play and have a Saturday.
Graceville, 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.; points to lead the Lady Pirates, who went chance to go further." "(The Lady Tigers) were trying to make
Chipley at Sneads,, 4 p.m. and 10-0 in league play in the regular season Sneads came into Saturday's matchup someone other than Tasherica (McMil6 p.m. before going 2-0 in the district tourna- having won the two previous meetings Ion) beat them and (Green) stepped up
Friday Godby at Marianna, ment with wins by an average margin of with Blountstown, though the second big time," Ward said. "They left her open
4 p.m. and 6 p.m. 30 points. was only by seven points on Jan. 9. there at the elbow and she hit a shot early,
It was surely a satisfying outcome for a The LadyTigers had the look of a serious and then the next time down the floor she Chipola Alumni Weekend Sneads team that features seven players challenger in Thursday's 56-16 semifinal hit another one. She just got a little bit of
Cupola baseball alumni, who were a part of last year's group that over Cottondale, but the Lady Pirates re- confidence and it carried on for the rest
their families, and fans are failed to make the playoffs as the No. 2 sponded with a decisive victory in which
invited to participate in the seed after being upset by Cottondale in they lead from start to finish. See CHAMPS, Page 6B
2014 Chipola College Baseball
AlumniWeekend set for Feb. ---- ...
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The weekend begins with
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,Indian Springs Golf Club. All ..z
golfers are invited to tee it up BY DUSTIN KENT 10 rebounds to lead Chip ola, but it o:
with current and former Major dkent@jcfloridan corn wasth'dfesetht omnaedth
Lersadgue sblts n, spn most, limiting TCC to a season-low 22 .13
sor canda guists. lse The No. 4 Chipola Lady Indians points the previous low being 42 in
A asalalmn scil s et continued to roll through Panhan- the first game against Chipola on Jan.
for 7p.m. 'K.
On Feb. 8, events kick off die Conference competition Sat- 14 on 23 percent shooting from the 6
with Chipola vs. Walters State urday night at home with perhaps field and 1 -of-20 from the three-point /
their most dominant effort to date, line.
at1alm, fowdm te n-rb, crushing the Tallahassee Eagles Chipola also forced the Eagles into 27
nulAun oeu eb,61-22. turnovers compared to just eight for the
Jersey Retirement Ceremony Itwste1tstigtwnoealfrLdIninhobwtegmeie for 2013 MLB All-Star Patrick twste2tstagtwnoealfrLdInishobwtegmeie Corbin, a silent auction during the Lady Indians, who moved to 7-0 in open with a 25-0 run that spanned over DNEWLIM/OTEIOIA
the derby, and an MLBIMiLB conference play. Chipola's Khadijah Ellison goes in for a layup during a game
autograph session to follow. Evelyn Akhator had 19 points and See CRUSH, Page 68 against Tallahassee on Saturday night.
The annual alumni dinner -_______ ____________will begin at 7 p.m. with spe- Chpola Me lln Ba ,!sketbll
cial guest speakers and entertainment to be announced.In i ssto gf ih
Chipola coach Jeff Johnson
and members of the Alumniu s a
('00), Andrew Gay ('07), Jason t e dofT CE ge

Barber ('06) invite all former
join them in supporting and BY DUSTIN KENT State (both 4-3), while putting the Eagles
participating in the weekend's dkent@jcfloridan corn on the hirink of imathemnatical eliminaevents. /7,, tion tiom postseasco ntntona
For information, visit www. \v, "The No. 13 Chipola Indians used 2-6.cnetina
chipola.edu or phone Coach
Jonona 8071-23.an 8-1 game-closing run to earn a Tallahassee wcas in position late to
Johnon t85-71-227. much-needed Panhandle Conference come away with galine it desperately
items victory Saturday night at home, surg- needed to get after dunk by CamSports itm /ing past the Tallahassee Eagles late eron Naylor tied the game at 55-55
Sendall sports items to editorial@ 63-57. and a ftee throw hy Marion Johnson
jcfloridan corn or fax them to 850-482- The win gave the Indians (19-3 overall, put the Eagles up one with 2:05 to
4478. The mailing address for the paper DANIFIWILLIAMS/FOR THE FIORIDAN 5-2 in Panhandle play) sole possession of play.
is Jackson County Floridan p.O. Box 520 Chipola's Carlos Morris tries to get through a pair of first place in the league standings ahead Marianna, FL 32447. Tallahassee defenders during a game Saturday night. of Northwest Florida State and Gulf Coast See INDIANS, Page 6BL

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happened. We'll take this words raced through game's best player.
in stride." Seattle Seahawks line- Coming out of college
He appeared at a news THE ASSOCIATED PIRESS backer Malcolm Smith's at Southern California
conference at a Manhattan Seattle head coach Pete Carroll (right) poses for a photograph with the Vince Lombardi mind as he streaked to- where he was coached hotel with linebacker Mal- trophy alongside Super Bowl XLVIII MVP Malcolm Smith during a news conference Monday in ward the end zone in the' by the Seahawks' curcolm Smith, the MVP of New York. .Super Bowl, returning his rent boss, Pete Carroll
Seattle's 43-8 victory over try to replicate that and do There's the need to re- 'Shoot, here it goes,"' he interception of a pass by Smith wasn't invited Peyton Manning and the it again," Smith said. "We're place players who leave via said. "Bang, bang, bang, Peyton Manning: "Don't to the NFL combine Denver Broncos on Sun- looking forward to the next free agency. The need to bang, and it's 22-0 at get caught." where top prospects are
day night. challenges and guys hay- pay other players with new, halftime." That, Smith explained measured and evaluCarroll oversees a team ing a target on their back better-paying contracts. Carroll described the Monday at a news confer- ated. Then, when the with the fourth-young- and people trying to come "John Schneider has lopsided nature of the ence, would be the "typi- 2011 draft rolled around, est roster for a Super Bowl after us." done an extraordinary job game as "kind of like an cal thoughts a defensive he wasn't taken until the
champion, with an aver- Smith became the third of structuring this roster avalanche," an interesting player (would have) with seventh round, the 242nd age age of 26 years, 175 linebacker to earn Super contractually, and with the choice, of words given the the ball." And he heeded player chosen. days, according to STATS. Bowl M-VP honors, thanks vision of looking ahead, so hubbub last week and, his own advice, going 69 Seems to fit right in with The youngest champs to a 69-yard touchdown re- that we can keep our guys really, for months before yards for a touchdown the Seahawks, more than ever were the Pittsburgh turn off an interception of together," Carroll said. that over whether the on that play. He added a third of whom weren't Steelers who won the 1975 regular-season M-VP Man- "One of the things that first outdoor Super Bowl at a fumble recovery later even drafted at all. Super Bowl, and they col- ning in the first hi~1f and a happens every so often is a cold-weather site would and earned MVP honors "He didn't like it, but lected a second consecu- fumble rec overy in the sec- teams have a big fallout be affected by snow. as Seattle beat Manning's he had to go in the sevtive title the next year. ond half. after they. win the Super Instead, the weather Denver Broncos 43-8 for enth round. He's provSeattle quarterback Rus- He said that during the Bowl. We're not in that wasn't a factor Sunday at the Seahawks' first NFL en otherwise, just like sell Wilson just wrapped game, some of his team- situation." the stadium in East Ruth- championship. a lot of other guys in
up his second season in mates were telling him, Carroll was reminded erford, N.J., where the tern- At no moment dur- our program," Carroll, the league, as did Jermaine "You might be the MVP" during Sunday's game of perature was 49 degrees at ing Sunday's action said. Kearse, the receiver who "And I was like, 'No way some of his blowout vic- kickoff and only some light did Smith think he "I think it was extraorcaught one of the QB's two No way Not me."' tories in college football rain fell. would take home the dinary last night to see
touchdown passes Sun- Carroll said general man- bowl games when he was On Monday morning, award. Jermaine Kearse score a
day night. Doug Baldwin, ager John Schneider has a championship-win- meanwhile, driving snow His teammates did. touchdown, and Doug who caught the other, is positioned the Seahawks fling coach at Southern hit the area and fore- "Even during the game," Baldwin score a touchonly three years into his to be able to avoid the California. casts called for up to 8 .Smith recalled, "guys down, and Malcolm
pro career, as are star cor- problems that can make "It felt like it. It looked inches. were like, 'You might be gets in the end zone
nerback Richard Sherman it hard to repeat as NFL like it. The score was like "I don't know how (NFL fVWP' And I was like, 'No and scoops up another and Smith, who at 24 is the champions. Since Denver it," he said Monday. Commissioner Roger way No way Not me.' But fumble," he continued. fourth-youngest player to repeated in the 1999 game, "I really can't tell you ex- Goodell) pulled it off, but to be here, it's just pretty "Guys that are not the be the Super Bowl MVP only one team has won actly what it is, but some- he pulled off the weather cool." heralded guys coming
"We've seen the effort two Super Bowls in a row, thing's going on, because I in perfect fashion," Car- Smith is not one of in competed in our prothat it takes to get to this the New England Patriots sat back there at the end of roll joked. "The NFL is those players who long gram and found a way to point, and, obviously we'll in 2004-05. the first quarter and said, powerful." ago seemed destined to contribute in enormous
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planted during Wednes- to Denver's dud of a Su- 1
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down the speakers that team takes such pride in
simulate crowd noise be- '~ u preparing for every little '
cause "it's not an away 25-'y~spsiiity.
game." -' The Broncos' self-inflictA silent snap count would THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ed mistakes were only just
have been so much better Denver's Peyton Manning sits with teammates late in the beginning. because Seattle's famed second half of Super Bowl XLVIII. Pressured relentlessly,.
12th Man showed up on start of all Super Bowls snap count," Ramirez said. Manning would lose a THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Denver's first play' from are and when Manning "I thought I did and when I fumble and throw two Seattle's Malcolm Smith runs for a touchdown after scrimmage and helped lined up in the shotgun snapped it, I guess Peyton interceptions, includ- intercepting a pass during Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday-in ruin whatever great game and called for the ball waslactually trying to walk ing one that game MVP East Rutherford, N.J. plan offensive coordina- from his 14-yard line, his up to me at the time. I'm Malcolm Smith returned _____________________tor Adam Gase and Peyton center couldn't hear the not 100 percent sure. It's for .a 69-yard touchManning had come up cadence. unfortunate things didn't down that made it 22-0 at Dougi Baldwin: Cate
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Super Bowl XLVII

Best defense carries Seattle Cities lining up to

The Associated Press ed receivers, host S p rB ow l
"I definitely think it did.Su e
EAST RUTHERFORD, It just sends a message
N.J. Richard Sherman .. that anytime you come The Associated Press 49 degrees in northern
felt the need to apologize, across the middle you New Jersey when the
While the rest ofhis team- I have a chance of getting PHILADELPHIA -Super Bowl kicked off
mates bounced around in 0 wrecked," Chancellor said. Ready, set, bid. Sunday night.
celebration, Sherman hob- 0"And that's the way we play Now that the first New Meanwhile, the ternbled on a pair of crutches, on defense. We play physi- York/New Jersey Super perature reached 54 dethe pain in his right ankle NEW cai. We want to instill our Bowl was a smashing grees in Philadelphia
keeping him from enjoying will. We want to be a grimy. success for everyone ex- on Super Sunday, 62 in
the rain storm of confetti. defense." cept the Denver Broncos Landover, Md., and 51 in
"This championship Chancellor later had an and their fans, NFL own- Foxborough, Mass.
hat, winning, achieving interception on an over- ers in other cold-weather "Philly would be a great
a dream it really numbs thrown pass, cornerback cities are sure to be lining place to host it. It has evthe pain a lot. It was re- Byron Maxwell forced a up to try to bring the Big erytbing, Eagles owner
ally hurting and I was sad fumble in the third quar- Game to their stadiums. Jeffrey Lurie said last week.
I lt y eamaes ow ~ -ter and safety Earl Thomas Philadelphia, Wash- Get in line, Jeff.
I wasn't able to finish the I ~ laned up everything ington, Chicago, New "We want a Super Bowl
game," Sherman said. "I I lftover which wasn't England and Denver are here, we deserve a Suknew they would step up -~ ~much. among the places that per Bowl here," Redskins
for me and do that. This "The result was one of the can make a case to host owner Daniel Snyder said
feeling is just unbelievable. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS most lopsided Super Bowl's it. The next three Super last fall.
It's a dream come true." Seattle strong safety Kam Chancellor (31) intercepts a Pass ever against the most pro- Bowls are set for Glen- Patriots owners Robert Led by its All-Pro corner- intended for Denver tight endiJulius Thomas (80) during Super lific offense the league had dale, Ariz. (2015), Santa Kraft feels the same.
back, Seattle's "Legion of BowliXLVIII on Sunday in East Rutherford, N.J. even seen. Clara, Calif. (2016), and "We would love one day
Boom" secondary and the tention landing at Sher- to avoid throwing at Sher- "You can never expect it Houston (2017), and the to hold it," Kraft said. nastiest defense in the NFL mans feet for what hap- man, leaving the rest of his but I wasn't really shocked. 2018 field has been nar- In Chicago, MayorRahm proved the strength of the pened at the end of the mates in the secondary to I expected us to stand up,". rowed to a domed home Emanuel has already beSeahawks was greater than NFC championship game, make the plays. Safety Kam Sherman said "I didn't in Indianapolis, Minne- gun lobbying NFL Cointhe record-setting arm of his Super Bowl night was Chancellor flattened De- expect us to give up a apolis or New Orleans. missioner Roger Goodell Peyton Manning in their rather uneventful. maryius Thomas on Den- whole lot of points. It's not So, the next chance for on behalf of the Bears.
stunning 43-8 rout on Sun- That was by design. Man- ver's third offensive play a our standard to give up an outdoor Super Bowl Chicago was the host city day night. ning wasn't about to mess tone setting moment that a whole lot of points. We in a cold climate is 2019. for NATO's 2012 summit,
Sherman's night was, with arguably the best cor- epitomized what Seattle haven't done it all year. We Then again, it doesn't an event Emanuel has well, kind of boring. After nerback in the NFL. was hoping to accomplish knew we would play sound necessarily mean it will compared to hosting the two weeks of so much at- Manning carefully tried against the Broncos talent- football." be cold. It was, after all, Super Bowl.

and it's been tough. Friday was our first rest of the team.
C m sh race ffl full varsity practice with the basketball "They're really going to have to be
FromPag 1B romPage113girls that came through. I don't know leaders and show these young girls
Fro Pae l Fom agelBwhat (the game against Chipley) is going how it's supposed to work," he said.
12 minutes of the first half. Cristina Ramirez (.387), and the team's to look like. Probably six of the 10 girls "They just have to lead by example
The game'was tied 7-7 after a three- lone senior Angela Clark (.321), but haven't even had any batting practice. on and off the field for these young pointer from Marija Pacar with 14:44 Madison McDaniel and Ramirez just This is going to be a painful, growing girls." on the clock, but the Eagles didn't score rejoined the team late last week after year I'm afraid, but the oniy good thing The schedule starts out awfully tough again until a free throw by Jasmine the end of basketball season, and Clark is that we're young with just one senior with games against Holmes County and Queen with 2:27 to halftime. has only been cleared to practice in and two juniors, so I've got three or Marianna following the opener against
The Lady Indians took the lead for the last week following offseason wrist four years with some of these girls, and Chipley, but Burrell said that he does good on a trey from Tiffany Lewis, with surgery. I think in a couple of years we can be believe that if his team can stay healthy
a bank shot by Sue Key, a steal and layup Hunter McDaniel batted .275 as an pretty good." and weather the storm early that it can
fromAkhator, a driving bucket byJanisha eighth grader last season but is still wait- The Lady Tigers did a get a boost in the be very competitive as the season moves Lindsey, and another by Akhator push- ing to practice for the first time after suf- offseason with the transfer of Malone forward. ing the lead to double digits at 18-7. fering a knee injury of her own during sophomore pitcher Sheyanna Chain- "We'll take our lumps early on, but
After another Akhator basket, Lindsey basketball season. bliss, who pitched 39 1/3 innings as a I think we're going to be fine after we
scored on a drive to the basket and drew Between injuries, inexperience, and freshman in 2013 and went 3-4 with a get a couple of weeks out of the way," a foul, and moments later came up with lack of practice time, Graceville coach 4.45 Earned Run Average, he said. "I think we're going to be OK. a steal and dished to Akhator for an- Butch Burrell said Monday that he She will share the circle with freshman I think if we can cut out any mistakes, other hoop to make it 25-7 with 5:09 to has no real idea of what to expect as pitcher Briana Henderson. -we'll be able to compete with anyhalftime. his team opens the season today in With so many young players on the body. But it's just tough, going right
Baskets by Ebony Wells and Brianna Chipley roster, Burrell said it's imperative that his now."
Wright increased the margin to 23 points "It feels like we haven't even started most experienced players in the senior The Lady Tigers will make their home and a three-pointer from Rahni Bell yet," he said. "Everything is up in the air Clark and the juniors Madison McDan- debut Wednesday against Holmes capped off the run to make it 32-7 with big time. We're just young, young, young, iel and Ramirez set the tone early for the County at 4 p.m. 2:46 on the clock.
IA two-point jumper from Addesha Collins finally gave the Eagles another made Naylor led TCC with 15 points and nine through the second half after a jumper.
field goal with six seconds left in the first I1 fiU ad1I rebouilds. and a reverse layup from.Baker made it
half, but Chipola answered by scoring FrmPg BThe Indians won despite shooting just 43-38, but the Eagles answered with an the first seven points of the second half FrmPg B2-of-17 from the three-point line and 11-2 run capped by a layup by Earvin to go up by 29. But a tip dunk by Ty Baker off of a shooting 37 percent overall. Morris'to go back up 49-45.
ICC never got closer than. 25 in the missed shot on the next possession put The Eagles couldn't take advantage at Chipola regained the -lead with four second half. Chipola back up and Cals Morris. fol- the other end, converting just 31 per- straight free throws from Carls MorBell added nine points on three triples lowed his own missed three moments cent from the floor and turning the ris and Cassell, Jr. followed by a bucket for Chipola, with Wells adding eight later and scored to make it 59-56 with ball over 19 times compared to 14 for from Alpha Ndaw to make it 53-51 with points, while Khadijah Ellison led the 56.9 seconds left. Chipola. 5:37 left.
Lady Indians with eight assists to just TCC went for the tying three-pointer TCC led by as much as 10 in the first Johnson drove to the .basket to tie it two turnovers, on the next- possession, but it missed half after back-to-back threes, by Dirk back up for the Eagles before Cassell,
Chipola (23-1) will next take on.North- and Demetrious Floyd broke out ahead Williams and Earvin Morris made it 28- Jr. knocked in two more foul shots to West Florida State (19-3 overall, 6-1 in of everyone for an easy layup to put 18, but Chipola closed with a 9-2 run put the Indians back up two with 4:04 the Panhandle) on Wednesday in a huge the Indians up five with 34.2 seconds to cut the margin to three, with Cals remaining. conference game that could put the Lady remaining. Morris scoring the final seven points on Chipola will next go to Niceville to take
Indians in commanding position to win Morris finished with 18 points and a pair of free' throws, a steal and three- on No. 7 Northwest Florida State (19-4 the league. nine rebounds to lead Chipola, with Sam point play, and a transition two to make overall, 4-3 in the Panhandle) onWednesTCC (12-13, 3-5). also plays Northwest Cassell, Jr. adding 16 points, and Floyd. it 30-27. day, while Tallahassee goes to Niceville