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Kidnapping suspect sought
o man beaten driving around with her in the Roberts said the suspect's being withheld, had escaped the incident.
Woman beaten trunk of a car for hours before mailing address is in Cottondale, on Eloise Road in Washington Washington County officials
she was able to but that the residence is actu- County when her alleged cap- looked for Walley all evening
unconscious, escape. ally just across the Washington tor had stopped the car. She Thursday, with Jackson County
Identified as County line. His deputies are as- ran to a nearby residence on lending a hand, and continued
left in ca r trunk Christopher Cruz sisting and taking direction from EloiseRoad, and the peoplethere to search Friday. Investigators
Walley, 25, the Washington Countyin the search called authorities, released two photographs of
From staff reports suspect and the for Walley. Officers arrived to .find the Walley, are offering a reward ofup
alleged victim live The Washington County woman severely beaten. Wash- to $1,000 for information leading
Jackson County deputies are on Walley off Corbin Road, Sheriff's Office responded to a ingtori County EMS responded to his arrest.
alert as neighboring Washington which intersects call in reference to a possible and took her to the Northwest According to a Washington
County authorities search for a with U.S. 231 and runs through kidnapping and assault just be- Florida Community Hospi- County news release about the
suspect accused of beating and both counties. fore 1 p.m. on Thursday. The tal in Chipley. She was list-
kidnapping his live-in girlfriend, Jackson County Sheriff Lou alleged victim, whose name is ed in critical condition after See KIDNAPPING, Page 9A
VENTURE TIME: MIDDLE AGES Man accused
From staff reports
A Chipley man is facing a drug
Si charge after he allegedly had sev-
eral pounds of marijuana delivered
to him by mail.
On Friday, the Washington
County Drug Task
S MForce, consisting
of the Washington
County Sheriff's Of-
fice and Chipley
reported the arrest
Moore of Alvin Moore, 50,
of Hideaway Drive in
Project Venture teacher Bonnie Seay helps students Chipley.
Luke Ohler, Jay Crisp, Jackson Connolly and William PHOTOS BYANGIE COOK/FLORIDAN Following an investigation that
Carrel with their calligraphy. Victoria Kanes vanquishes her foe, a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism, spanned over the last several
during a demonstration of medieval combat tactics Friday in Marianna. months, task force investigators
SBY ANGIE COOK identified and apprehended a sus-
email@example.com pect, Moore, who was wanted for
MARIANNA-Project having marijuana shipped to him
Venture fourth-graders from through the mail.
Jackson County, students of investigators intercepted the
Bonnie Seay and Kerry Gilm- package and observed Moore pick
ore, are studying the Middle it up from a vacant residence in
Ages. On Friday, members of the Sunny Hills area. Authorities
g the Society for Creative Anach- say Moore admitted to having re-
ronism, local chapter: The ceived marijuana through the mail
SShire of Flintmarsh, brought before.
the era to life through hands- Moore was charged with posses-
on demonstrations involving sion of marijuana over 20 grams
calligraphy, textiles and battle with intent. At the time of his arrest,
armor and weapons.SCA is an Moorewas but onbondfor DUIwith
educational organization that property damage.
strives to preserve the crafts, Project Venture students Sarah Kanes, Emma Washington County Drug Task
arts and experiences of the Whitehead, Damion Peal, Victoria Kanes, Georgia Force asks anyone with info on il-
Middle Ages and Renaissance. Lassman, Amari Brown and TJ Parks listen as a legal drug activity to call 638-TIPS
Members taking part in the member of the Society for Creative Anachronism (8477) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
demonstration included: Mat- describes the details of a replica sword.
Project Venture student Dominic Wieda learns about thew Norville (squire), Woody
spinning and other aspects of textile manufacturing Griffith (marshal), Michael R. Murphy (knight, count), Cecelia Hughes (cal-
from Lynne Lowenthal with the Society for Creative ligraphy), Linda Murphy (DSLcountess, textile), Lynne Lowenthal (spinning), Husband char ed
Anachronism. Anna Griffith (knitting) and Jay Hughes (illumination).
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Trio of speakers featured at chamber breakfast attempted murder
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER ,. The Bay County man who shot
dbuAttheckhalter@cforidancom a and injured his wife and killed an-
.At the Jackson County Cha- other man has been arrested for at-
ber of Commerce Power Break- tempted murder and murder.
fast on Friday, a trio of worrmen The Bay County Sheriff's Office
spoke ofhowthe organizations announced Friday afternoon the
they represent work together : arrest of Michael McCoy in con-
to combat local homelessness nection to the shooting of two by
and hunger. I McCoy at his home at 8505 Rhonda
The gathering was spon- Road on Feb. 5. David Walker, 47,
sored by one of those groups, ~ was shot multiple times and died at
the Homeless. and Hunger thie scene. McCoy's wife, Susan Mc-
Coalition. With headquarters Coy was also shot and is in a local
in the Pensacola area, it serves hospital in guarded condition.
Jackson and several other ar- Michael McCoy called 911 after
eas that lie between the two Morgan Burleson of the Homeless PHOTOS BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN Sharita Wright-Green, founder the shooting and waited for depu-
communities. Representative and Hunger Coalition of Gina Watson of the 2-1-1 help line of the Wright Foundation, talks ties to arrive. He was detained and
Morgan Burleson said her or- Northwest Florida talks about the talks about what the program can about how her organization and gave a statement to BCSO crimi-
ganization tries to provide a organization at Friday's Jackson do for local people in need. others work together to help give nal investigators about the inci-
"continuum of care" to families County Chamber of Commerce people in need a hand up. dent. McCoy told them he had just
who need jobs, medical care, Power Breakfast. Prevention of homelessness is learned that evening that Walker
housing and/or other commu- far preferable to the sometimes that could have saved them and his wife were having an affair.
nity services. their difficult circumstances more difficult task of helping from the street or from living McCoy, who suffers from
The focus, she said, is on enough that they do not wind someone re-establish because
helping people stabilize up homeless in the first place. they didn't get the early help See CHAMBER, Page 9A See MURDER, Page 9A
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JACKSON COUNTY Community Calendar
F L O R ID A N TODAY Saturday at Malone Town Hall. Sign up fee is $40 per Feb.28. All participants must bring a copy of their
) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion child. Please bring copy of your child's birth certifi- birth certificate.
Publisher Valeria Roberts 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist cate. For information, call Michael Padgett 209-1250, )) Malone Dixie Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 a.m.
email@example.com Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna Attendance Lenny Weber 209-8409 or Jamie Floyd 569-2343. to 4p.m. Monday thru Friday and 9 a.m. to noon on
limited to people with a desire to stop drinking. ) Optimist Club of Jackson County Board Meet- Saturday at Malone Town Hall. Sign up fee is $40 per
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski ing Noon at 4476 Broad St., Marianna. child. Please bring copy of your child's birth certifi-
firstname.lastname@example.org MONDAY, FEB. 10 Republican club of West Florida meeting cate. For information, call Michael Padgett 209-1250,
CONTari crtio ar- Noon at Jim's Buffet and Grill. It is not necessary Lenny Weber 209-8409 or Jamie Floyd 569-2343.
CONTACT US aaa registration a.m. to 4p.m. at The Ma- to be a member or a Republican to attend. For more ) Black History School Program 9 a.m. New
softball registration 8 a.m.to 4 p.m. at The Mari- info call 352-4984: Gym at Grand Ridge School. Guest speaker: Mr. L.
Telephone: 850-526-3614 anna Educational and Recreational Expo (MERE) info call 352-4984 Gym at Grand Ridge School Guest speaker: Mr. L.
FAX: 850-482-4478 location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna or you ) Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior Bradford Johnson, Community Relations & Eternal
Email: email@example.com may drop off your registration at City hall. Boys and Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call 482- Affairs Office of the Mayor of Tallahassee.
S girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible to play. 5028. Free Quit Smoking Seminar 3-5 p.rt Jackson
Street Address: The fee for T-Ball is $35 for participants and $40 for ) Employability Workshop 2:30 p.m. Marianna County Public Library. Sponsored by James Lewis
4403 Constitution Lane Dixie Youth machine Pitch, AAA,"o" Zone and Dixie One Stop Career Center."Creating a Cover Letter" is and Big Bend AHEC. Participants can receive free
Marianna, FL 32448 Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels, Ponytails and the workshop. It is free and open to the public. The nicotine replacement therapy such as patches, gum
Office Hours: Belles Softball will be $40. The fee must be paid with workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational and lozenges after class completion. For questions
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. a check or money order, no cash will be accepted. Career Coach. Visit employflorida.com to register for or to preregister call James at 224-1177
Checks need to be made payable to MERE. No one these informative workshops.
MISS YOUR PAPER? will be allowed to register after Feb. 28. All partici- ) Jackson County Tobacco Free Partnership THURSDAY, FEB. 13
MIsp YOU PAP ants must bring a copy of their birth certificate. Meeting 4:30 p.m. at the St. Mary's Church in a Marianna Recreation Department baseball-
You should receive your newspaper no later ) Malone Dixie Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 a.m. Jacob City Community. The community is cordially softball registration 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Mari-
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- to 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday and 9 a.m. to noon on invited to attend. anna Educational and Recreational Expo (MERE)
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to Saturday at Malone Town Hall. Sign up fee is $40 per ) F.M. Golson Elementary School Advisory Coun- location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna or you
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m.on Sunday The child. Please bring copy of yourchild's birth certifi- cil Meeting 5:30 p.m. in the Media Center. The may drop off your registration at City hall. Boys and
day, and a.m.t a.m. on unday.e cate. For information, call Michael Padgett 209-1250, public is welcome. For more call Catherine Conner at girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible to play.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Lenny Weber 209-8409 or Jamie Floyd 569-2343. 482-9607 The fee forT-Ball is $35 for participants and $40 for
is published Tuesday through Friday and ) Apalachee Regional Planning Council meeting ) Autism Support Group Meeting 6 p.m. in th e De Youth mach f ine PitchAAA, o" Zone and Dixie
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid -10 a.m. at the JTrans Office, 3988 Old Cottondale First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, Marianna Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels, Ponytails and
at Marianna, FL. Road, Marianna. FTA applications will be accepted at (Clinton Street entrance). Family members, caregiv- es oftba will be $40.The fee must be paid with
this time. Ssa check or money order, no cash will be accepted.
this time. ers and service providers welcome. Call 526-2430. Checks need to be made payable to MERE. No one
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Jackson County Gs bmde pabltoE.Non
SUBSCRIPTION RATESp.m. at Jackson County Exunty Quilters Guild Meeting 5:30- )) Genealogy Club meeting 6 p.m. Jackson will be allowed to register after Feb. 28. All partici-
Home delivery: $11.23 per month $32.83 Ja nn. Bun t t ensin e rth County Public Library, 2929 Green St., Marianna. pants must bring a copy of their birth certificate.
for three months; $62.05 for six months; Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, lessons There will be a special viewing of a PBS documen- ) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to I p.m. St.
forthree months; $2.05forsix months; Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, lessons tary "African American Lives, Across the Middle Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th Ste, Marianna. Call
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include and help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. ica n American Lives, Across the Middle Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St, Marianna. Call
applicable state and local taxes. Mail City of Cottondale Commission Meeting 6 Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail p.m. Cottondale City hall. For info call 352-4361. .m. in the AA room ofirst United Methodist Malone Dixie Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 a.m.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; Chipola Beekeepers Meeting 6-8 p.m. at the Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed t t Maone Town Hal. Sin up f is $4
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Jackson County Extension Office, 2741 Pennsylvania discussion with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire per child. Please bring copy of your child's birth
Ave., Marianna. Bring a dish for the potluck supper: to stop drinking is welcome. certificate. For information, call Michael Padgett
year. Call 482-9620. certificate. For information, call Michael Padgett
209-1250, Lenny Weber 209-8409 or Jamie Floyd
ADVERTISING Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 WEDNESDAY, FEB.12 569-2343.
ADVERTISING p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
The advertiser agrees that the publisher C rch, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna Chipola Theatre tickets go on sale for "The Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks
Theadvertiseragreesthatthepubsher Curch 2901 Caledonia St. Marianna Sound of Music"- Center for the Arts Box Office or Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus
shall not be liable for damages arising online at www.chipola.eduFor more info call Charles is the local community, "Community, Children &
out of errors and advertisements beyond TUESDAY, FEB.11 sermon 718-2227. Character." Call 526-3142.
the amount paid for the space actually St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Deadline to register for Jackson County n Author's Talk and Book Signing 11 a.m. at
occupied by that portion of the advertise- Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call Master Gardeners "How to Grow Tomatoes" the Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St.
ments in which the error occurred, whether 482-3734. Noon at Jackson County Extension Services, 2741 in Marianna. Presented by Charlie P. Johnston, Jr.
such error is due to the negligence of the Republican Club of West Florida Meeting Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. Pre-paid registration on his newly released book, "Marriage According to
Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., $15. Registration at the door $20. Event to be held His Book-God's Marriage Plan." For more info call
publisher's employees or otherwise, and Marianna. Call 352-4984. Feb. 15. For more info call 482-9620. 592-8769.
there shall be not liability for non-inser- ) Marianna Recreation Department baseball- Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon Employability Workshop 2:30 p.m. Marianna
tion of any advertisement beyond the softball registration 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Mari- to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist One Stop Career Center. "Overcoming Barriers to
amount paid for such advertisement. This anna Educational and Recreational Expo (MERE) Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Employment" is the workshop. It is free and open to
newspaper will not knowingly accept or location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna or you Marianna Recreation Department baseball- the public. The workshop is facilitated by a Certified
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- may drop off your registration at City hall. Boys and softball registration 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Motivational Career Coach. Visit employflorida.com
girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible to play. Marianna Educational and Recreational Expo to register for these informative workshops..
ing which expresses preference based on The fee for T-Ball is $35 for participants and $40 for (MERE) location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna 6th Annual Southern Desserts Library Fund-
legally protected personal characteristics is Dixie Youth machine Pitch, AAA, "o" Zone and Dixie or you may drop off your registration at City hall. raiser 6 p.m. at the Jackson County Agricultural
not acceptable. Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels, Ponytails and Boys and girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible Center on Penn Ave. in Marianna. Silent Auction
Belles Softball will be $40. The fee must be paid with to play. The fee for T-Ball is $35 for participants Preview at 5:30. A fun-filled evening of homemade
HOW TO GET YOUR a check or money order, no cash will be accepted. and $40 for Dixie Youth machine Pitch, AAA, "o" desserts, a silent auction, a specialty cake auction
Checks need to be made payable to MERE. No one Zone and Dixie Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels, and entertainment. Tickets are $10 donation per
NEWS PUBLISHED will be allowed to register after Feb. 28. All partici- Ponytails and Belles Softball will be $40. The fee person or $80 per table of eight. Tickets available
The Jackson County Floridan will publish pants must bring a copy of their birth certificate. must be paid with a check or money order, no cash at the service desk at the Marianna Library. Cash
news of general interest free of charge. Malone Dixie Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 a.m. will be accepted. Checks need to be made payable donations or donations of silent auction items are
Submit your news or Community Calendar to 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday and 9 a.m. to noon on to MERE. No one will be allowed to register after also welcome.
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, email firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
anniversary and birth announcements. -------- ----------- --------.---------
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. Police RO a dua B
Photographs must be of good quality and
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the MARIANNA POLICE ffice and county fire/rescue follow-up investigation, one way 2, Bascom, sentenced to 60
right to edit all submissions. DEPARTMENT reported the following incidents noise disturbance, 10 property days.
GETTING IT RIGHT for Feb. 6, the checks, one assist of a motor- a Islah Merritt, 21, 4424 Pan-
T The Marianna Police De- latest avail- ist or pedestrian, two assists of dora Road, Marianna, lewd and
The Jackson County Floridan's policy partment listed the following ^- r able report: other agencies, one child abuse lascivious molestation.
is to correct mistakes promptly. To incidents for Feb.6, the latest. Four accident complaint, one criminal regis- n Charles Croyle, 21, 2315
report an error, please call 526-3614 available report: One accident, IME reports, one tration, one welfare check and Grand Oaks Drive, Panama City,
Monday-Friday. one abandoned vehicle, two hospice death four transports. violation of state probation.
suspicious vehicles, two suspi- one miss- n Zachary Wood, 31, 1208 Ste-
cious incidents, two suspicious ing juvenile, three abandoned JACKSON COUNTY phens Drive, Panama City, hold
-.. people, 11 traffic stops, one vehicles, one suspicious ve- CORRECTIONAL FACILITY for Bay Co.
larceny complaint, two illegally hide, one suspicious incident,
parked vehicles, and one assist three suspicious people, one The following people were Jail Population: 185
of another agency. escort, one highway obstruc- booked into the county jail dur-
tion, four verbal disturbances, ing the latest reporting periods:. To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
JACKSON COUNTY nine medical calls, two traffic n Willie Bell, 56, 2885 Thorton at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
SHERIFF'S OFFICE crashes, three burglar alarms, Lane, Marianna, sentenced to agency.
one fire alarm, six traffic stops, 10 days. To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
.JCFLORIDAN .COQ M The Jackson County Sheriff's two larceny complaints, one n Jimmy Gray, 20, 5996 High- 404-FWCC (3922).
Lessons to be learned from the Super Bowl Engagement
T here are lessons in ter that had been instilled are considered important will utilize prayer, close M artin, M alloy
life that all of us can in him during his lifetime by the world's standards friends and their families
learn, if we open up came shining through, last for a season, but to help them re-group and
our minds. Despite be- soon began to fade in our bring their lives back to
The past Super Bowl ing defeated memories. An individual normalcy. We each have
was depending on your in one of with strong, positive our way of dealing with
perspective boring, the biggest moral characteristics can adversity; but much of
lacking competitiveness, games of his be proud of themselves how we do so will depend
disappointing and sad. life, Peyton throughout their lifetime. on our character and what
Millions watched as one Thomas Manning still Most people will never has been instilled in us
of the greatest quarter- Vincent took time to reach the high perch of during our early years and
backs of all time, and viurpy sign auto- an athlete such as Peyton through life's experiences.
his team, were totally r graphs for Manning, Kevin Durant, It's important that we
outplayed; or in sharper workers at the stadium, Serena Williams or Tom teach our children as
words, they were whipped and some of the so-called Brady, but there are highs early as possible how to
and dismantled. It was a "ordinary people," while and lows that most of us deal with the difficulties
reminder to many of us he had to be hurting from will experience in life can bring. Even if we
of how fragile and unpre- being hit so often during life. do our utmost to make life
dictable this life actu- the game; and the pain How we react to the smooth for our children, V
ally is. A quarterback who deep inside had to be harsh realities we might sooner or later they will
broke records this year immense. He also took face, can largely depend have to learn through
and was riding high on all time to visit and show on our characters. When personal experiences how
cylinders went tumbling concern for one of his things go wrong, some to deal with the problems
down with a thud. most vocal opponents, of us will go into a deep of this life. The more they
But guess what? While Richard Sherman, who depression, stop com- are prepared, the better
going through what had had been hurt during the municating with others, they will be able to move
to be one of the toughest game. and spend time feeling forward and appreciate
days in his life, the charac- Many things in life that sorry for ourselves. Others life. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Martin of Troy University, Dothan, AL.
Graceyille, FL and Ms. The future groom is the
Tiffany Martin of grandson of Mrs. Margaret
Birltdis Cottoriwood, AL announce the Malloy and the late Mr.
engagement of their daughter Stewart Eyman Malloy of
Ryder Blade Herring was Leigha Allison Anette Jenna Leigh Martin to Eli- Chipley, FL and Mrs. Carol
born at 8:50 p.m. on Jan. Thomas was born at 12:21 Malloy, the son of Mr. and Obert and the late Jerry Obert
21 at Jackson Hospitalin p.m. on Jan. 22 at Jackson Mrs. Westey Malloy of also of Chipley. Eli is a
Marianna. He weighed 7 Hospital in Marianna. Chipley; FL. graduate of Chipley High
pounds 13.3 ounces and She weighed 6 pounds 10 The bride- elect is the School and has received his
was 2014 inches long at ounces and was 19 inches granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. B.S. Degree in Business from
birth. His parents are: long at birth. Her parents Charlie Martin of Graceville, Chipola College, Marianna,
Sarah and Christopher are: Angela Mixon and Fl. and Mr. and Mrs. Gary FL.
Herring. Grandparents Brandon Thomas. Grand- Alley of Ozark, AL. Jenna is a A wedding is planned for
are: Billy and Louise Her- parents are: Sandra Hayes graduate of Graceville High May 17, 2014 at Lake Point
ring from Grand Ridge. from Vernon; Greg Hayes School and is pursuing a B.S. State Resort, Eufaula, AL.
Sfrom Vernon; Ruthie Degree in Education from
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CUTE KID Extension Service celebrates 100 years
Special to the Floridan nership between USDA, county agents to share development and rural
Land Grant Universities practical, research-based energy.
The Smith-Lever Act (University of Florida and information with the Join your Jackson
was signed into law in FAMU), and boards of people in their counties County Extension staff as
1914, creating the county commissioners. on the topics of they celebrate the 100th
national Cooperative The purpose of the agriculture, home anniversary of the Coop-
Extension Service, which Extension Service was economics, natural re- erative Extension Service
formed a financial part- to develop a network of sources, youth throughout 2014.
SBasic Beekeeping Short Pet of the Wee
Course starts Feb. 24
Special to the Floridan Topics include: honey
bee biology and anatomy,
The UF/IFAS Panhan- varroa mite biology and
die Agriculture Extension control, honey bees of
team is hosting a basic the world, history of bee-
beekeeping course. The keeping, and yearly man-
course will be offered by agement of bee hives.
interactive video at the The trip will allow for
Jackson County Exten- practical, on-site dem-
sion Office, 2741 Pennsyl- onstrations of bee han-
vania Ave., Marianna. dling, equipment, and
The course will have management.
four sessions: Feb. 24, Registration is $25 per
SUBMITTEDPHOTO March 3, 10 and 18 from person, or $40 per fam-
his cute little lady is Dee. She is 3 years 6-8 p.m. There will also ly. The fee will cover
be a Saturday field trip to the cost of the materials
old. She is daughter of Shun Cooper a bee-yard. and refreshments. The
and Ben Brown ofAtlanta, Ga., and the Classes will be taught Registration deadline is SUBMITTEO PHOTO
by Jamie Ellis, UF/IFAS Feb. 17. To RSVP, call 482- Hershey, a 3-month-old Chihuahua mix was found on Pope
granddaughter of Freddie B and the late bee specialist, as well as 9620. Fees will be collect- street in Sneads Partners for Pets can be contacted at 482-
Thelma Brown of Marianna. FDACS apiary inspectors. ed at the first session. 4570.
Panhandle Crop Meeting
scheduled for March 6
Special to theFloridan control, and cotton foliar
The 2014 Panhandle The 2014 Panhandle
Crop Meeting will be held Crop Meeting is an educa-
on Thursday, March 6, at tional program provided
the Jackson County Agri- by the UF/IFAS Panhan-
culture Conference Cen- dle Agriculture Extension
ter, 2741 Pennsylvania Team. Pesticide CEUs will
Ave., Marianna. Registra- be available for CORE, Pri-
tion opens at 7:15 a.m. and vate Applicator and Agri-
the meeting concludes at culture Row Crop.
noon with a sponsored For more information
lunch. on the Crop Meeting, or to
The Panhandle Crop be a sponsor of the event,
Meeting will consist of an contact Josh Thompson, at
arrayofpresentations from 482-9620, or j.thompson@
extension specialists from ufl.edu. Specific details
the University of Florida, and additional informa-
Georgia, Auburn Univer- tion for each event can
sity and the National Pea- be found at the Jackson
nut Lab. The purpose of County Extension website:
the meeting is to provide http;//Jackson.ifas.ufl.
peanut and cotton grow- edu, or by calling 482-9620 TABLETS I PH
ers with the latest research weekdays from 7:30 a.m.
information regarding to 4:30 p.m.
important issues for their University of Florida In-
businesses in 2014. stitute of Food and Agri- O N T E BET W
Topics from UF/IFAS cultural Science Extension
specialists include an programs are open to all
update on the Farm Bill, persons without regard to
new peanut varieties, cot- race, color, sex, age, dis-
ton variety and produc- ability, religion, or national
tion information, as well origin.
as weed control in cotton. People with special
Additionally, guest speak- needs should contact the
ers from the National Pea- Jackson County Extension
nut Lab, UGA and Auburn Office at least 5 working
will provide information days prior to the event, to
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76A SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2014 BLACK HISTORY MONTH JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN + www.jcfloridan.com
CdeleciA t kfhT tk Civil aie/ &,titf' M n Fre DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
Marianna Fire Chief Nikki Lovett talks with student Jeff Sheehan about some of the
qualifications needed to become a firefighter/EMT, as Jackson Alternative School principal
Phyllis Daniels listens in.
Fire Chief inspires through
Attorney: Life is about his personal life lesson
more than passing the bar BYDEBORAHBUCKHALTER
It's about passing
Marianna Fire Depart-
things on to others ment Chief Nakeya "Nikki"
Lovett was the guest speak-
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER er Thursday at a gathering
email@example.com of the Marianna Middle
Local attorney LaDray School's Club Y.U. (Youth
Gilbert well remembers "' p Unchained). Then he went
the stories he heard from on to speak at Jackson Al-
his parents, Carnell and ternative School. In both
Johnnie Gilbert, and from cases, Lovett was there in
his grandparents about celebration of Black His-
life in rural Jackson Coun- tory Month.
ty back in the days when The first black fire chief
families had to grow their in Marianna, Lovett talked
own vegetables, and raise to students at both schools
and slaughter their own about goal-setting, the
livestock to put meat on importance of getting an
the table. education and of resisting SUBMITTED PHOTO
They and many other peer pressu re. Ante Marianna Fire Chief Nikki Lovett with Club Y.U. cub reporter
people of the genera- main message was about
tion also made their own picking yourself up after a
soap, fashioned their own h I failure, learning from it and
brooms, and made their DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN as a result turning it into an
own clothes. Local attorney LaDray Gilbert sits surrounded by the ultimate victory.
It wasn't hobby rusticliv- diplomas and other paperwork associated with his career. He shared a painful les-
Ig bany meoas r i w The frames for these items were purchased by his mother, sn from hs childhd to
ing by any means it was who was a major inspiration in his life. son from his childhood to
a matter of survival. Both make that point.
sides of the family were in- else might challenge their parent that he was putting He failed fourth grade, he
volved in sharecropping, food supply, their health that spiritinto practice. He said, because he was not
as well, and both his par- and their shelter. often donates money to doing the right things. He
ents had more than 10 sib- "'You go out and you scholarship funds, speaks wouldn't do his homework
lings. All the kids worked work, you make your own at local events, and men- or apply himself in class.
the fields, and all contrib- way,"' they told me," Gil- tors young people. If it ad- Even though his teacher
uted to the well-being of bert said, "and when you vances the cause of a child gave him stem encour-
the family, have, you share. A lot of or youth at large, Gilbert's agement all that year, he
Andtherewassomething that went on. It was a giv- hand is often stretched out didnt take her admoni-
else about those old times en; the people in the com- to give. tions to heart. He was feel-
that stays with Gilbert; munity took care of each "I have all that history ing a bit rebellious at the
people shared with their other." in mind in anything I do," time and says now it might
neighbors in need even Gilbert has made that Gilbert said. "I want to be have had something to
though their own struggle sharingspiritpartandpar- sure that I'm part of the do with the fact that, after SUBMITTEDPHOTO
for sustenance was a con- cel of himself. As he estab- community coming to- eight years as an only child Cub Y.U. Secretary Ni'Yazmine Walker (lef), Marianna Fire
stant, fierce battle against lished his practice a few getting all the attention, he moment at Maanna M iddle School, wheere Lovett was a Black
elements and whatever years back, it became ap- See GILBERT, Page 7A had to start sharing that History Month guest speaker onThursday.
family spotlight with a pair
Sa enof twin siblings and one ther sitting him down for a right choices."
TAtost more brother. Whatever long talk after he failed that Lovett said he's no longer
Acivist Stren hen the cause, Lovett had a bad grade. embarrassed about fail-
year all round. "My father was instru- ing fourth grade; in fact,
o e nn He said some of his for- mental in my life," Lovett he said, the expefience so
mer classmates still re- said. "He told me that the transformed him that he
n oe member how he dissolved way to achieve success was became totally committed
into tears when he read his to look in the mirror when to doing his best in all en-
The Associated Press came to Mississippi 50 Court ruling erased the last report card that year you fail and ask yourself, deavors. And that, he said,
years ago to challenge requirement to get fed- and learned that he would now that I've failed, what is what helped him earn
JACKSON, Miss. Long- segregation by pushing eral approval for changes not advance with his peers. can I do to succeed?' I the right to wear his dress-
time civil rights activist to register black voters, of election laws or proce- It was a shocking blow, he knew I didn't want to fail blue chief's uniform, su-
Bob Moses says the Unit- Some of them were killed dures in states with a his- said. again, and what my fa- pervise 27 firefighter/EMTs
ed States needs a firmer or beaten. tory of racial discrimina- But instead of letting his ther said really took hold. I and oversee a $1.5 million
commitment to voting Moses said U.S. history tion. The June 3 federal failure defeat him for the learned from him the thing annual budget. "Nobody
rights and education, and moves in cycles ofexpand- primaries this year will long term, Lovett took a I tell the kids: Nothing will waved a magic wand and
he's challenging young ing rights, then trying to mark the first time Mis- good look at himself and beat failure except another said, 'Poof, you're chief,"
people to embrace those limit them. sissippi uses its law that changed his ways. He at try. I know first hand how Lovett told the students. "I
issues today to strengthen "We are lurching back requires voters to show a last started listening to the painful and miserable it worked mywayup through
the society they'llleadina right now," Moses said. driver's license or other adults who were trying to is to fail, but I can also tell the ranks, I studied and
generation. As an example, he cited government-issued ID at guidehim.Hisfather(Jarvis them first hand that you learned, I pushed myself.
Moses spokeWednesday voter-identification laws the polls. Lovett) told him something can fight through that and There's no reason that you
at an event commemorat- that Mississippi and many The event Wednes- back then that the fire chief you can come out of that can't succeed if you do
ing Freedom Summer, the thher states are enact- day was a youth summit now uses as a catchphrase experience a better per- those things, too. Doing
1964 project he directed. ing.. Mississippi's law had hosted by the Smithson- in his talks to students son. I'm grateful, now, for the right things; that'swhat
Hundreds of volunteers, been on hold until last around the county. it because it woke me up
mostly college students, year, when a U.S. Supreme See MOSES, Page 7A He remembers his fa- and taught me to make the See LOVETT, Page 7A
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Emerging leader to keynote HONORING
Grand Ridge program CIVIL RIGHTS PIONEERS
Special to the Floridan
An aide to Tallahassee 71W
Mayor John R. Marks III
will be the guest speaker
at a Black History Month BUY
program at Grand Ridge _
School this week. A native ..
of Gadsden County, Brad
Johnson will keynote the
'Wednesday event, which
begins at 9 a.m. in the
school gymnasium. The -
theme of the day will be
"The Golden Jubilee of the V
Civil Rights Movement."
Johnson began the first
leg of his career with the
city of Tallahassee in 2004,
as an apprentice in the of- SUBMITTED PHOTO
fice of City Manager Anita Brad Johnson will be the guest speaker at the Grand Ridge
Favors Thompson. After School Black History Program on Wednesday. 0 m
serving in that role for lator was absent from the Bend Hospice Commu-
two years, he took a job district. nity Outreach C6uncil,
with the Gadsden County In his role as commu- Big Bend Minority Cham-
Board of County Commis- nity relations and exter- ber of Commerce Young
sioners County Manager's nal affairs aide to Marks, Entrepreneurs Council, DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
Office. Upon receiving Johnson is responsible L.E.A.D., Inc., North Flor- tudents at Jackson Alternative School created this Black History
Bachelor of Science De- for assisting the mayor in ida Board of Advisors, Sil-nth i
gree in agribusiness from serving the people of Tal- ver Star Lodge 61 F&AM, Month display.
Florida A&M University, lahassee by cultivating PHA, Quincy, and Omega
he continued to serve in relations on a local, state, PsiPhi Fraternity Inc.
Gadsden County with the and national level. He has been honored
Office of Public Informa- His community service and recognized by the G ilbe
tion and Intergovernmen- includes serving as an ac- state of Florida's Depart- r ob
tal Affairs. tive keynote to youth in ment of Children and
From 2007-08, he was schools, churches, and Families as a"Real Fathers, From Page 6A
appointed as a district organizations throughout Real Sons, and Real Men gether to help each other.
rep. for former U.S. Con- the Big Ben region. He is a Black History Month hon- It was instilled in me by my
gressman Allen Boyd. As Boy's Choir of Tallahassee oree, a Tallahassee Com- family, and the things I do
the congressional liaison alumni member, assisted munity College Black His- are attempts to exemplify
to North Florida's Leon, the Gadsden County Men tory Calendar honoree; those values. I hope that
Gadsden, and Wakulla of Distinction from 2008- a Tallahassee Black Male it inspires someone else,
counties, he helped resi- 10, serves as regional co- ImageAwardRecipient, an too, because passing it on
dents solve issues with chair for the Florida Cares NFBPA National Mentor to others is a continuation
federal agencies, con- mentoring Initiative, Big Program graduate; and is that I think we very much
ducted appropriations Brothers Big Sister of the recognized as one of Talla- need. We're here to take
work with local govern- Big Bend board of direc- hassee's "Top 20 Under 40 care of each other ; that
ments and universities, tors, Tallahassee Chal- Emerging Leaders" by the can't change or we can't o
and represented the Con- lenger Learning Center Tallahassee Network of survive." DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
gressman whenthe legis- board of directors, Big Young Professionals. Gilbert also recalls the LaDray Gilbert has already earned many accolades and plaques
days he spent in the Boys of appreciation in these early years of his law career.
to Men Choir and the Save also. I had to trust in what Monday. "Those frames
know that they were very them all to make success- Our Children program es- they'd told me and shown are so near and dear to
Love t attentive and respectful, esoftheirlives, and Iknow, tablished by Cookie Marks. me about faith. When I me," Gilbert said. "There
and that meant something without a doubt that they He was 5 years old the first speak at these events, I are times that I can still feel
From Page 6A to me, too. They see me can if they do the right time he recited a piece in try to make sure that I in- completely defeated and
around and most know things." one of the program pre- corporate that faith in God the only thing I can do, oth-
it takes." me to some extent. But Club Y.U. is sponsored sentations. Marks' inter- and what he's meant to me. er than pray, is to go into
Lovett said he thinks it's when you see someone in by MMH faculty mem- est in him augmented his It's all a part of what makes the conference room and
important to open that old passing you never know bers D'Leisha Ephriam, parents' strong desire to me who I am. If I'm at the be there with those frames
wound from time to time their struggles and what Ken Baker and Daren see their son achieve aca- podium, God's there too, holding my paperwork. It's
for the sake of the young they've had to endure to Gammons. There are 56 demically. Gilbert said his inside, strengthening me. symbolic of the fact that
people in his community. get where they are. For me students inthe club. They mother would get on the Gilbert said he talks my mom was so much a
If his story helps just one, to tell them a little about provide community ser- phone to set up a parent- ab6ut his setbacks some- part of helping me get to
he said, it will have been mylife and how I got here, vices, and the organization teacher conference if he times in his speeches, and where I am. She prayed
worth sharing. I hope it made an impres- is also a platform upon came home with a 'B' on sometimes recites poetry that God would let her see
"I feel that they did lis- sion on them as far as how which they showcase their his report card instead of that has motivated him in me sworn, and that bless-
ten and hear me out. I they live their own. I want skills and talents. turning in his usual 'all-A' the tough times that still ing was granted. I have no
performance. His aunts come his way. chose but to embrace what
and uncles also got behind Gilbert said he is grate- she and my father have giv-
s his education. He said that ful that his beloved mother en to me because they have
encouragement shaped lived to see him graduate proven to be so right and so
From Page 6A and molded him into the from law school and to vital through the years. My
person he is today. Those witness his hooding cer- father is still with me, and
ian's National Museum of roots helped him survive emony. The joy that mo- he practically thinks he's
American History. More some very difficult times in ment brought her, he said, the office manager. I love
than 400 students at a doz- the past and they continue was worth every late night that."
en museums in the U.S. to nurture him today; he of study and any other Gilbert said he is also
watched the hour-long said. sacrifice he'd had to make glad to be practicing in
webcast in which Moses Other than the death of along the way to becoming his home community.
and others discussed Free- his mother she was his an atforney. In her pride There's a special meaning
dom Summer. backbone, he says his over his accomplishments, in knowing that he might
Moses and most other biggest personal challenge she bought frames for his be helping the grandson
panelists spoke in the was the death of his infant diplomas and other paper- or great-granddaughter of
Old Capitol Museum in Bob Moses, a director of the Mississippi Summer Project passed away "It was one attorney Heopened hisof- the earlier generations who
Jackson the same room and organizer for the Student Non Violent Coordinating of the darkest times of my fice on a Sunday. She didn't helped shape him, he said.
where Mississippi law- Committee, discusses the work done by volunteers during life," Gilbert said. "There get a chance to hang them It's another way of passing
makers adopted a seces- Freedom Summer in 1964. were days I felt like giv- up; she died the following it on.
sion declaration before oppression," but the South spent in the state changed ing up. But I drew inspi-
the start of the Civil War. did not exist in isolation. the trajectory of his life. ration from the faith that
Labor organizer Larry "The entire nation sup- Rather than return to Har- I grew up learning, and I SHOCKINGLY LOW PRICES!
Rubin, a Pennsylvania ported this system. The vard immediately, he went prayed my way through it.
native who now lives in South was not a separate to California, where he My mother had instilled
Takoma Park, Md., did country," Rubin said. had grown up, and spent that faith in me, and it was
civil rights work through Marshall Ganz, a public 16 years helping organize what helped me go on. My
the Student Nonviolent policylecturer at Harvard's farm workers another mom wasn't here anymore, f--f
Coordinating Commit- John E Kennedy School of group of people of color to be with me in the flesh, food stores
tee in north Mississippi in Government, was a Har- who were marginalized in but her presence was very great food. great prices. great people.
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he community got some good news last week /// AL
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Our local college has been ranked among the nation's //OTt
top 150 community colleges for exceptional levels of t l T!
student success by the Aspen Institute, putting Chipola
in the running for the Aspen Prize for Community Col-
lege Excellence and $1 million in prize money. More "
than 1,000 colleges across the nation were considered
in the rankings.
The prize, awarded every two years, is the nation's /
signature recognition of high achievement and perfor-
mance among America's community colleges and rec-
ognizes institutions for exceptional student outcomes.
in student learning, certificate and degree completion,
employment and earnings, and high levels of access
and success for minority and low-income students.
Only 15 community college systems among the state's
vast network were tapped for eligibility. More impres- Y t i c uy c d w w
sive is that Chipola has earned this distinction for three
consecutive years. T arry Sabato, director of the the Congress might just be inca-
That's high praise from an acclaimed national excel- University of Virginia Center pable of governing, of doing its part
lence program, and Chipola students, faculty and or Politics, watched the two- to work cooperatively to make this
administrators have every reason to be bursting with minute standing ovation Congress country the greatest in pursuit of
pride. "Thisnomination affirms thework being done gave Sgt. Remsburg, and tweeted: equality and opportunity.
by our faculty to ensure that our students receive a "Thanks to Army Ranger Cory Watching from across the country
quality education," said Chipola president Dr. Gene Remsburg and his sacrifices, POTUS in Seattle, New York Times colum-
Prough. finished on a powerful note." Bist Timothy Egan wrote, "In one
Indeed it does. And the work continues. It was moving, uplifting and a Donil of the speech highlights, (Obama)
In late January, a team of nursing professionals from forceful ending to an hour-long urged Republicans to 'join the rest
the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nurs- State of the Union address to the the Union: "The most important of the country. Say yes.'"
ing visited Chipola to look into the college's School of country. If you skipped the State moments right now aren't happen- But with this Congress, literally
Health Sciences. As a result, the team recommended of the Union, perhaps you missed ing here. They're not in the Oval every policy they favor is a principle
Chipola's associate and baccalaureate degree nursing quite a moment witnessing a Office or in the House Chamber. so inviolate, so untouchable, that
programs for national accreditation. weakened Congress that has made They're in your homes. they are right 100 percent of the
That's an extraordinary accomplishment. Although itself almost irrelevant to govern- "Kissing your kids goodnight, fig- time, and the president is always
it's just the first step in the process the nursing pro- ing rising as one to applaud the uring out how to pay the bills, get- wrong. The Democrats are always
grams will be considered by an evaluation review panel sacrifices of Sgt. Remsburg. ting ready for tomorrow's doctor's wrong. With the Democrats, the Re-
in June and the ACEN Board of Commissioners in July Sgt. Remsburg was wounded on visit, waiting to hear from those publicans are usually wrong. Even
-- attaining accreditation will make Chipola's programs his 10th tour of duty by a roadside you love serving in Afghanistan, or the voters cannot disagree with
far more valuable for its graduates as they enter the bomb in Afghanistan that left him searching for that big job interview." this Congress on policy, no matter
workforce. with shrapnel in his brain, blind She is right. Like Sgt. Remsburg, if they did make this president the
We've always been fortunate to have a top-flight com- ,in one eye, and with (so far) an millions of Americans heroically only president since Dwight David
munity college here in our community. These distinc- unresponsive left hand. He's under- carry on with daily struggles, want- Eisenhower to receive 51 percent or
tions affirm what the people of Jackson County have gone multiple surgeries, and goes ing a Congress that doesn't shut more of the popular vote twice. Yet
long understood. through hours of grueling rehab down their government to force this Congress defies their election
each day. an agreement. They want a Con- decisions.
"Like the American he serves ... gress whose members can sacrifice President Barack Obama chose
Afl Otter View Cory Remsburg does not give up," their elevated views of their own Cory Remsburg as an inspiring
Obama said. "He does not quit." opinions for the common good example to continue to struggle
Sn What a compelling example Sgt. by a means other than unending against great odds, in this case, the
SsRemsburg gives us. obstructions. Congress. "It's certainly heartening,"
In remarks prepared before the Ironically, this Congress came to concluded Timothy Egan, "to hear
D uring the last decade, local, state and federal State of the Union, Rep. Cathy Washington vowing to change the Obama, in full-throated defiance
governments have sought to make smoking McMorris Rodgers, R-Wash., said in way things are done. They did. For ... proclaim, America will not stand
inconvenient by restricting where and when rebuttal to the president's State of the first time in American history, still and neither will I.'"
people can light up. They have made it more expen-
sive by increasing taxes to the point that a pack of
cigarettes costs at least $10.50 in NewYork City. They
have tried to mae it scary by requiring ever larger and Law empowers workers to love or shovejobs
blunter warnings about the health risks of smoking on
cigarette packaging. And they have worked to make "he latest skirmish in the Capi- one has to stay in a job because of
it un-cool, most recently with a new advertising and tol over the Affordable Care benefits. People have options.
social media campaign this week aimed at teens. Act the false claim that it Being handed a pink slip is one
But even as the efforts to convince people not to would force 2.3 million people onto thing, saying "take this job and
smoke have gotten more aggressive, the smoking rate the jobless rolls reveals more shove it" quite another, as Douglas
has remained about the same. According to the Centers about the sorry state of our politics Elmendorf, CBO director, explained
for Disease Control and Prevention, about 19 percent of than a search for sound policy, at a hearing of the House Budget
the adult population smoked in 2011, the most recent That's a shame. AM rshaM ercer Committee:
year fot which data are available. That's less than half Most congressional Democrats, "The reason that we don't use the
the rate from 1965, when the CDC first started keeping spooked by the botched rollout. term 'lost jobs' is because there is a
track. But the numbers also suggest that the decline has of insurance exchanges, distance President Barack Obama adopted critical difference between people
largely leveled off; the big drops in smoking petered out themselves from the unpoiular it. who would like to work and can't
in the last two decades. From 2001-2011, the decline law. They cling to the rosy view This week, the health law's hat- find ajob or have ajob that
was just 3.8 percentage points, and smoking remains that one day it will be as popular ers were quick to tweet that the was lost for reasons beyond their
the nation's leading cause of preventable deaths, as Medicare and can only hope nonpartisan Congressional Budget control and people who choose
That's why last week's announcement that CVS/Care- voters warm to it by the midterm Office projected that the law would not to work.
mark, one of the nation's largest drugstore chains, has elections. cost 2.3 million jobs over 10 years. "If somebody comes up to you
decided to stop selling tobacco products by this Octo- Congressional Republicans have The report said no such thing. and says, 'Well the boss said I'm
ber is so encouraging. It's not that taking tobacco out of such animosity for Obamacare The study, "The Budget and Eco- being laid off because we don't
CVS will make it so much more difficult for smokers to that they look for the dark side of nomic Outlook: 2014 to 2024," does have enough business to pay me,'
buy cigarettes company officials readily admit that every study or report. They dis- estimate an employment reduction that person feels bad about that
smokers will just go elsewhere. It's that a decision by avow the very policies they once of 2.3 million people by 2024 due and we sympathize with them...If
a major, publicly traded corporation to get out of the championed, not to employer layoffs but to em- somebody comes up to you and
tobacco business signals a future in which smoking is A few years ago, Republicans ployee choice. says, 'I've decided to retire or I've
increasingly marginalized. abandoned support for the indi- Some Americans have long been decided to stay home and spend
CVS' decision was based on strategic considerations, vidual mandate the require- tied to jobs because they couldn't more time with my family or spend
not altruistic ones. It estimates it will lose about $2 bil- ment that everyone have health obtain or couldn't afford health more time doing my hobby,' they
lion in sales out of $123 billion total as a result of drop- insurance even though it was a insurance on their own, a phenom- don't feel bad about it they feel
ping tobacco, but it is essentially dropping what is likely Republican idea, endorsed by the enon called "job lock." Now, the good about it. And we don't sym-
to be a stagnant or (ideally) declining revenue stream conservative Heritage Foundation. near-universal availability of health pathize. We say congratulations,"
in favor of one that offers great opportunity for growth. It became a horrible idea once insurance under the law means no Elmendorf said.
The chain is seeking to position its stores as health
centers, and indeed, it is the leader in a new niche in A i a alit f
the health care market oflimited service clinics located f eX U t
inside retail outlets. Eight hundred CVS stores have C ip H it T *
clinics inside, and the company hopes to nearly double a H orcal Trust thanks comnussloners
Sothat number within the next few years ve rushed to Dear Editor: express our appreciation Jackson County tourism for bringing tourists and
follow its lead, but there is no question that its decisin The following letter was for the efforts that were for many years to come. outside development in-
changes the pollow its lead, but there is no quesgulation that its abdecision delivered to each Mari- made by the Marianna We are all very aware terests to Jackson County
changes t olanna City Commissioner City Commissioners and that tourists are drawn to on a common ground for
where tobacco is sold. San Francisco and Boston, al and each Jackson County the Jackson County Board The Russ House site as years in the future. What a
with some smaller cities, have already made it illegal Commissioner, Jim Dean, of County Commissioners though it was a magnet, wonderful plan.
to sell tobacco in any storethat alsohas a phadrug stores but also Marianna City Manager, to look at the very impor- and the tours given there Again, our deepest
many grocery stores and discounters like Walmart and and Ted Lakey Jackson tant situation concerning each day are done in a appreciation for a job
Costco. Having the largest drug store chain voluntarily County Administrator, The Russ House property, very professional manner, well done. Please know
tatheo sa sthe makesit mu s ore li ta expressing the apprecia- which resulted in saving worthy of the dignity of that the Chipola Histori-
take the same step makes it much more likely that
ther local and state governments will enact similar tion ofthe members of the The Russ House for public the property and worthy cal Trust stands ready to
restrictions. Chipola Historical Trust use. of the pride of Jackson assist in any possible way
Nearly one out of every five deaths in the United for the cooperative steps Our organization is the County residents. Tourists to further the goals of
States is caused by smoking, and treating smoking- they took to allow The only county group that are fascinated! these three organizations
States is caused by smoking, and treating sm oking- Russ House to remain in is exclusively organized With city and county and to assist in any way
related illnesses costs$9 ion year, according to future public use for Mari- and dedicated to his- ownership and the shar- possible where historical
the CDC. By itself, CVS' decision isn't going to change anna and Jackson County torical preservation and ing of the Visitor's Center preservation and histori-
that. But it is an important step in the effort to send a historical awareness. We for the TDC, the Jackson cal awareness is involved.
unified message that smoking is not and should not be Dear Commissioners: deeply felt that saving this County Chamber of Com- Most sincerely,
accepted as the norm. The Chipola Histori- wonderful county icon merce and eventually PATRICIA M. CRISP,
cal Trust would like to was a very crucial deci- JCDC, you have put the PRESIDENT
The Baltimore Sun take this opportunity to sion which would affect organizations responsible Marianna
JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN o www.jcfloridan.com FROM THE FRONT' & LOCAL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2014 9Ar
Obituaries Calhoun County
James & Sikes God with Revs. Alvin Rob- James &Sikesarrested a er rac or
Funeral Home erts and Edwin Bell offi- Funeral Home t re e arrested after tractor
Maddox Chapel ciating. Burial will follow in Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street Noma Cemetery with 4278 Lafayette Street *
Marianna, Fl 32446 James & Lipford Funeral Marianna, Fl 32446
850.482.2332 Home in Graceville direct- 850.482.2332 is stolen near C larl sville
www.jamesandsikes ing. Family will receive www.jamesandsikes From staff reports search around 11 p.m. when the track
funeralhomes.com friends at the church on funeralhomes.com was lost.
Sunday 1 p.m until 2 p.m. Three Bay County men have been At about 4:30 a.m. Friday, a Calhoun
Foster Hewett those wishing may make David arrested in Calhoun County after two County resident contacted CCSO to
memorials to Covenant Rodolph West incidents in Clarksville, one involving a report that he had run a subject away
Foster Hewett of Grand Hospice 4215 Kelson Ave- stolen tractor, from a vehicle on his property. A dep-
Ridge died Friday, Febru- nue, Suite E Marianna, FL Sr. AccordingtotheCalhounCountySher- uty arrived on the scene and was able
ary 7, 2014 at his.residence, 32446. iff's Office, on Thursday, Feb. 6, a pine to apprehend the subject. On the way
he was 63. Preceded in death by his straw contractor, along with the prop- to the jail, the subject told the deputy
Funeral arrangements wife of 26 years Ann Peters; erty owner, discovered that his tractor that there was another subject involved
are incomplete and will be brothers Charles Peters, was missing from the property on Shel- and he told the deputy where his friend
announced laterby Hames Kenneth Peters, James L. ton Road west of Clarksville. Atruck also could be located. Deputies searched
Maddox Chapel. ter Yvonne Carswell. was spotted. and cleared the building.
Marianna Chapel Survived by his wife of 14 The Calhoun County Sheriff's Office The third subject was not located at
Funeral Home years Helen; children .Scott was notified of the stolen tractor and that time, but deputies and K-9 units
3960 Lafayette Street Peters (Amy) Purdue, IN, suspicious vehicle, and the CCSO helicopter were used to
Marianna, Florida 32446 Kent Peters, Curtis Peters, Deputies made contact with a man continue the search. That third and fi-
Phone 850-526-5059 Mary Adams (Rod), Grace- in the truck and discovered during nal subject was apprehended later in
ville, Danny Melvin- (Julie), the interview that he was carrying a the day, close to the Clarksville General
t Donnie Melvin (Stephanie) David Rodolph West, Sr. handgun. They also learned that there Store.
yr e Inez Marianna, Sylvia Brewer (Rudolph), died at his resi was at least one other person involved CCSO said those arrested in connec-
Melvin (Brian), Pensacola; brother dence Wednesday, Febru- and that person had driven the tractor tion with the Clarksville incident are
Bill Baxley (Betty), Stone- ary 5, 2014. He was 91 years
wall MS- sisters-in-law old. away. Jacob Wallen, 18, of South Port, James
Myrtle Inez Melvin, age Joette Peters, Noma, Merle Mr. West was a life-long Calhoun and Gulf C.I. K-9 units ar- Keith Golden III, 35, of Panama City,
90, of Cottondale passed Baxley, Betsy Baxley, Plant resident of Jackson County rived to help establish a track and the and Cody Wayne Raffield, 23, of Pan-
away on Friday, February City, FL: grandchildren except for the time of his tractor was located in a'wooded area ama City Beach. Raffield was arrested
7, 2014 in the Marianna Joshua, Zachary, Samuel, willingness to live else- roughly 600 yards north of where it was Thursday and charged with armed
Health & Rehabilitation J.P., Ellie, Austin, Ann Mar- where while doing his duty taken, trespass, possession of meth, posses-
Mrtlewas a lifelong resi ie, Abbie, Neal, Brianna, for the U.S. Army Air Corp CCSO, Calhoun and Gulf C.I. K-9 sion of drug paraphernalia. Charges for
dent of Cottondale and was Mason, Ashley, in preparing B-29 aircraft units, and FWC officers continued to Wallen and Golden were unavailable as
a member of the Bethle- Brittany, Kaleb; great for the planned invasion of pursue the suspect, but called off the of press time.
a member of the Bethle- grandson Luke; seveihl nie- the island of Japan.
he Baptist Churchs preceded in ces and nephews. He said that the only
de wath preee d husind thing that pleased him 1
deh bye bnd more tha ROtarn s ninth annual winereleased
James "Herbert" Melvin. from the service was being tary s ninth annual wie
Myrtle is survived by two reunited with his wife and
sons Tony M. Melvin of reuningte wit his wife, aDo
Brandford, FL and David A. Marianna Chapel the love of his life, Dorothy tasti g set for February 21
Melvin of Fruitland Park, Funeral Home FoyWest.
FL, two daughters Elaine 3960 Lafayette Street He was preceded in
Holley of Cottondale and Marianna, Florida 32446 death by "Dot" in Novem- Special to the Floridan to participate. She says, is a non-profit 501 (c)3 or-
Sarah Melvin Stanley of Phone 850-526-5059 ber after 72 years of mar- "This year is very special ganization established to
Pensacola, FL, five grand- ag was w The ninth annual wine because it is the 75th an- pursue important com-
children and four great Corinne D.C. known to be the master of tasting hosted by the niversary of the hospital munity healthcare needs
grandchildren. Russll all things mechanical and Marianna Rotary Club and we encourage the advanced by the care de-
Services for Mrs. Melvin Russell
Services for Mrs. Melvin to love everything related and the Jackson Hos- public's participation livered through Jackson
will be held at 11:00 A.M. to farming, particularly, pital Foundation, Inc., at this unique venue. Hospital, promotingwell-
on Monday, February 10, peanuts. His "Forks of the is scheduled for Friday, Funds raised by the foun- ness in the. community
2014 in the MariannaH Creek" farm was not only February 21, from 7-10 dation this year have by funding health educa-
Rev. Gino Mayo officiating the place of his birth but p.m. at the historical Ely- been designated for the tion, health promotion,
Interment will follow in has now been in continu- Criglar House. renovation of the surgery and disease prevention.
Pinecrest Memorial Gar- o cultivation through Local Rotarians select department of Jackson A copy of Jackson Hospi-
dens. A time of remem- generationsand pour the wines at Hospital." tal Foundation's official
brance will be held from Survivors include his two the event, Heavy hors Tickets are $75 per registration and financial
10:00 A.M. until time of > sons, David and wife Mi- d'oeuvres will be served couple or $37.50 per per- onformation may be ob-
service. o chelle and Steve and wife with the wines, son. Make your plans tained from the Division
Expressions of sympathy Lynne. He had three grand- All proceeds will ben- to attend by calling the of Consumer Services by
www.mariannachapelfh.com. Corinne D.C. Russell, sons, Jerry, David Nicholas efit the advancement Jackson Hospital Foun- calling toll-free within
Marianna Chapel Funeral age 3 months, passed away and John Douglas; one of the hospital and its dation at 718-2601. You the state.
Home is in charge of ar- on Wednesday, February 5, great grandson, Devin and healthcare services to the must be 21 years of age to Registration with the
ranements2014. four great granddaughters, greater Jackson County participate in this event, state of Florida dobs not
Corinne is the infant Brianna, Cami, Emberly community. Jill Miller, The Jackson Hospital imply endorsement,
James & Lipford daughter of Aly Temple and Addie. executive director of the Foundation is a separate approval or recom-
Funeral Home and Dustin Russell, grand- pFm sunerda Fseces ie Jackson Hospital Foun- corporation from Jackson mendation by the state.
Graceville, FL 32440 DeDe Lipford and Tracey 9 2014 at Jame & Sikes Fu- dation Inc., invites all Hospital. The foundation 800-435-7352.
850-263-3238 Yates, great granddaughter neral Home Maddox Chap-
firstname.lastname@example.org to Bobby and Lisa Drum- el. Interment will follow in Birthday
mond, Sue and Johnny Pinecrest Memorial Gar-
John Wayne Temple, Carolyn Mayo and dens with James & Sikes Grace "Gracie" Coleman of Hosford.
Rosanna Ready, great-great Funeral Home Maddox Elizabeth Coleman cel- Gracie enjoys walking,
Peters granddaughter to Marie Chapel directing. ebrated her first birthday getting into everything
Joiner and Quida Evans, The family will receive nTsda an 14 She and ivinhrdadda
John Wayne Peters, 64, of niece to Delanea Lipford friends from 1:30 pm on Tuesda Jan. 14. She an giving er daddy a
Marianna, passed away Kali Yates, Kory Day and funeral time Sunday, Feb- is the daughter of Chris run for his money. She
Thursday, February 6, 2014 Chloe Yates. Corinne is ruary 9, 2014 at Maddox and Sandy Coleman of had a small party with
at his home. so survived by a host of Chapel. Bristol. Her grandparents cupcakes on Jan. 14 to
John was born December other friends and family Expressions of sympathy are Taff and Gerry Carr of celebrate her big day, but
22, 1949 in Dothan, AL to members. may be made online at Grand Ridge, David and a bigger party is being
the late John R. and Mary Services for Corinne will www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com. Faye Duncan of Bristol, planned for friends and
Patterson Peters. A gradu- be held on Sunday, Febru- and Gene and Vicky family.
ate of Poplar Springs High ary 9, 2014 at 4:00 P.M. at .
School, Class of 1969, John the Marianna Chapel Fu-
was a U.S. Army Veteran. neral Home with Rev. Gino Chai sbe need to be accomplished of hope and cut down on
He delivered gas for Mayo and Lee Gause offi- Cna m ber in order to get started their frustration as they
Amerigas, Crutchfield Sery- ciating. A time ofhemem- Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. with the provider, such as try to overcome difficult
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2014 at Noma Assembly of rangements. 850-482-8647 was there to talk about bers and such, organiz- ple quickly to the help
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ington County Sheriff's assistance but requiring .1
physical disabilities and alleged incident, "the vic- Office have organized an them to tackle some of
has difficulty walking, tim had been in a vehicle extensive search for Walley the tasks that need do- Mor., ,(E) 2/3 4-0-9 9-1-6-4 2-11-13-30-33
said he shotWalker in self with Walley the previous with the assistance of FHP ing in order to pull out of Mon. (M) 6-3-3 6-8-4-5. :; i^
defense during a verbal day, Wednesday, Feb. 5, and U.S. Marshals. Walley a given situation. By not Tue. (Ei) 2/4 6-3-8 4-4-8.1 6 8-9-25-32
altercation outside the when without warning, is believed to be in a white creating a culture of de- Tue. (M) 1-9-4 6-5-7-4 '
home. McCoy also said Walley stopped the vehicle 1998 Ford Expedition, with pendence, she said, her Wed. (E). 2/5 84-5 2-5-2-4 11-19-25-30-31
that his wife was acci- and proceeded to attack the tag number B905MA. organization is not guilty W... '
dentally shot while trying the' victim by physically "We are actively employ- robbing people of a basic Wed. (M) 9-8-2 0-4-0-3
to prevent the incident, assaulting her with his ing all resources available human need to strive and Thurs. (E) 2/6 9-1-0 3-1-4-2 2-19-26-28-29
Investigators were able hands. Walley then struck to apprehend a suspect do for self. Thurs. (M) 4-4-1 5-6-2-0
to speak with Susan Mc- the victim numerous times who violently attacked a Gina Wilson took the Fri. (E) 2/7 6-0-4 8-5-6-5 8-11-12-20-32
Coy on Friday and take a with an expandable po- resident of our communi- podium to talk about the Fri. (M) 1-0-7 8-9-4-1 .
statement from her. lice baton, known as an ty" Sheriff Bobby Haddock UnitedWay-affiliated2-1- Sat. (E) 2/8 6-7-4 5-4-5-2 Notavailable
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ments from both Susan consciousness. "We are all hands on deck come on line in Jackson Sun. (E) 2/2 1-7-3 0-0-2-1 11-16-29-30-33 ::
and Michael McCoy and The victim regained con- until this case is resolved County. By dialing those Sun. (M) 7-4-2 9-7-5-8 '
evaliuating the physical sciousness and found she and we are asking the com- numbers, individuals in
evidence gathered at the had been moved to the munity to be vigilant in re- need can connect with E= Evening drawing. M= Midday drawing
scene, investigators ar- trunk of the vehicle. Wal- porting anything that looks someone live 24 hours a IIII____._0_,_,___________I_"_"
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an open count of murder into the next day, Thurs- tact theWashingtonCounty phone will give the caller
and attempted murder. day, Feb. 6, making several Sheriff's Office with this in- referrals to various ser-
McCoy will be booked stops with the victim still formation immediately. As vices they need, based Saturday 2/8 Notavailable
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Hornets upset 'Jackets, clinch playoff berth
BY DUSTIN KENT the final minute to close it out. good happen.
email@example.com Cottondale overcame an eight- "It was a big-time game and
point third quarter deficit, tak- a big-time win against a big-
GRACEVILLE The Cot- ing the lead with 3:34 left in the time team with a real big-time Cottondale head
tondale Hornets upset the top- game and never relinquishing it. player." coach Chris
seeded Vernon Yellowjackets "I thought the kids showed a That player is 6-foot-3 guard Obert (left)hugs
49-43 in the District 2-1A tour- lot of heart and determination to Alex Brown, who scored 25 Cottondale High
nament semifinals Friday night, stay in there and keep battling," points and did almost every- School principal
clinching a playoff berth for the Hornets coach Chris Obert said thing for the Yellowjackets on Ken Granger
fourth straight year and advanc- after the game. "Vernon played Friday night, but didn't get a ton after the
ing to Saturday night's league hard and took a lead on us and of help from his teammates, who Hornets' district
title game. we could've easily rolled over, he outscored 25-18. tournament
Kadeem Webb and Tristan but the kids kept fighting and Brown had 15 points in the first victory over
Braxton each scored 17 points to held in there. They didn't wait half including an incredible Vernon on Friday
lead the Hornets and combined for something good to happen;
to make 10 straight free throws in they went and made something See HORNETS, Page 3B ESTALMATTOX/FOR THE FLORIDAN
SHS is playoff bound Bulldogs
postseason trip in district
with pair of
district upsets semifinals
BY DUSTIN KENT BY DUSTIN KENT
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GRACEVILLE After having The Mariannia Bulldogs cruised into Satur-
a regular season to forget, the day night's District 1-4A championship game
Sneads Pirates are putting to- after blitzing the Walton Braves 67-32 on Fri-
gether a postseason that they'll day night at Mariaina High School.
remember for a long time. Herman Williams scored 16 points to lead
Sneads came into the District the Bulldogs, while Jamel Johnson added 13
2-1A tournament as the No. 6 points, and Shaquarious Baker 12 to improve
seed after going 3-9 in league MHS to 25-1 on the year.
play during the year and 6-18 The Bulldogs controlled the game from the
overall. opening tip, jumping out to an 18-9 first quar-
But after a pair of wins over ter lead and blowing the game open in the
teams that swept them during second period to take a 40-19 edge into the
the regular season, the Pirates halftime break.
are headed for the playoffs, with The domination continued in the third
a 49-42 win over Altha in Friday's quarter, with Marianna outscoring Walton
semifinal round sealing the deal. 19-7 to push the lead to 33 points.
It's' an incredible turnaround "We played good defense and made some
for a Sneads squad that started shots early," Bulldogs coach Travis Blanton
the year losing its first seven said after the game. "We just played good.
games and stood at 2-14 follow- We found the ball pretty well on defense and
ing a home loss to Malone on made them earn their shot attempts. I just
Jan. 9. thought we played well."
"At 2-14, who would have ev- Nitro Gee scored 15 points to lead the way
ery thought about the playoffs?" for the Braves, who finished the year winless
Pirates coach Bruce Hubbs said in district competition.
after the game. "Our confidence Marianna moved on to take on a Pensacola
was zero and they could've hung Catholic Crusaders team that got-to the title
their heads and quit. Now they're game with a 14-point home win over the West
starting to play the way we know Florida Jaguars in the other semifinal Friday.
they can. I'm just so proud of
The Pirates won Friday with
the same. formula they used in
Tuesday's win over Graceville:
taking advantage of their size,
length, and athleticism to beat
up a smaller team on the inside
with offensive rebounds and
tough interior defense at the
The hot shooting of senior
Darius Williams also helped,
with the 6-foot-3 guard making
four three-pointers in the first
half en route to a game-high
21 points, while 6.-foot-4 junior .... .
Grey Basford chipped in with ESTAL MATTOX/FORTHE FLORIDAN LORIE NABLE/FORTHE FLORIDAN
Sneads' Grey Basford puts a shot in during the Pirates' district tournament victory over Marianna's Shaquarious Baker drives past a
See SNEADS, Page 3B Altha on Friday night. Walton defender during a.district tournament
game against Walton on Friday night.
Tigers breeze past Central in tournament semifinals
BY DUSTIN KENT "I thought we played pretty good. We were .
email@example.com sluggish offensively to start, but I thought
defensively we played real well and did a lot
The Malone Tigers moved one step closer betterjob on (Wright) of making him work,"
to a district championship Friday night with Malone coach Steven Welch said. "We lim-
an easy 73-44 victory over the Central Jag- ited his buckets and kept him off the boards.
uars in the District 1-1A tournament semifi- It was a pretty good night."
nals at Bethlehem. The Tigers led 20-13 after one quarter be-
Chai Baker scored 22 points to lead the fore extending the margin to 20 at the half- Malone's Taqualan
way for Malone (24-4), with Antwain John- time break. Brelove looks for
son adding 19 points, and Chancellor Lock- The lead was 52-29 after three quarters somebody to pass
ett 12. and Malone was never seriously challenged to during a district
Jesse Jernigan led the Jaguars with 12 in the fourth, tournament game
points and Chase Dixon had 10, while 6- With the win, the Tigers advanced to Satur- against Central on
foot-7 junior Zac Wright, who scored 23 and daynight's district title game against the Pax- Friday night.
33 points in the two regular season meet- tonBobcats,whodefeatedLaurelHill57-51on
ings with Malone, was held to six. Friday. KELSEY WELCH/FOR THE FLORIDAN
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High School Baseball
Malone searching for
answers on the mound
BY DUSTIN KENT x
The Malone Tigers will open the 2014
season Tuesday night against Graceville
short-handed and still searching for key
answers after losing a pair of big pieces
from last year's 14-win team.
The Tigers had their 10th consecu-
tive winning season in 2013, but fell
short of a return trip to the playoffs and
will have to replace perhaps their two
1most important players in No. 1 pitcher :
Brett Henry and starting catcher Austin
Henry led the team with six wins and
a 2.25 Earned Run Average while also
Sbatting .353 with a team-high 25 RBIs,
while Lockhart batted .364 and led the
team in hitswhile providing defensive
stability behind the plate.
But Malone does return a solid core i
dins and Scott Stephens, as well as four
a g other players who hit .300 or better in
SMa ,- wh s BT Johnson, Antwain Johnson, Robert FLORIDANFILEPHOTO
..id oOrshall and Cody Henson. Malone scoops up a ground ball during a
Seaso a a- a dc "ame i ad o ..... sea. Orshall agnd Cody Haeng son. 1 as ai .
FLORIDAN FILE PHOTO "I feel good about those guys. They've game last season.
Marianna's Walker Roberts delivers a pitch during a game last season. played a bunch of baseball together," offensively with the likes of Eddins, Ste-
Tigers coach Max Harkrider said. "The phens, BT Johnson, Orshall, Antwain
M hoguys we lost were big, but the good thing Johnson, and. Cody Henson though
is that we've got five other seniors to re- the last two are still with the basketball
Se splace them, so it's probably the oldest team as well as junior Harrison Floyd,
team that I've had since I've been here. who batted .286 in limited action last
pcg io "We've got five juniors and six seniors season.
and that's kind of unheard of around Eddins and BT Johnson will bat at the
t rhere. It will take us a little bit of time to top of the order, while Stephens and
p itc h in g pr od sort through everything and try to fig- Antwain Johnson will look to produce
te a ure stuff out. A lot of those seniors have in the middle ofthe lineup.
S0 1 been kind of role players the last two or Unfortunately for the Tigers, they
Sttin g lead to l three years and now it's their time to step might not get the supremely athletic An-
t in o up and be starters. It's their time now. twain Johnson until March with the top-
There's no more sitting behind anybody. ranked Malone basketball team having
BY DUSTIN KENT of the puzzle together be- production in 2014, while It's their time to go, so we'll see. There a legitimate chance at a final four run.
firstname.lastname@example.org hind them, then we've got junior third baseman Trent are a lot of unknowns right now." But when he arrives, Harkrider said
a chance to have a pretty Charles will also be needed Maybe the biggest question mark re- that he expects the 6-foot-1 junior to
The 2013 baseball season good club and hopefully to produce runs. lates to the area of the game that has make a major impact.
was rather chaotic for the make a little run right there While there is plenty of traditionally been the strength for the "We're counting on big things from
Marianna Bulldogs, with at the end." experience to be found on Tigers: pitching. (Antwain Johnson) this year. He's a
three different coaches To do so, the Bulldogs the mound, the Bulldogs The Tigers during Harkrider's 11 sea- phenomenal athlete," the coach said.
leading the team before will have to navigate their are s'till searching for an- sons as coach have for the most part "He can hit and steal bases. He does a
finally settling on a famil- way through a league swers at the plate and in relied on pitching and defense to win lot of things for us. He can hit lead-off,
iar face in former coach that Martin compared the field after losing their games, but with senior Robert Orshall but you want him in the middle of the
Carlan Martin, who helped to Southeastern Confer- starting catcher, shortstop the only returning pitcher that had dou- order to drive in guys, but he's also so
guide.the Bulldogs to a 16- ence football in its depth and second base, and cen- ble digit innings in.2013, whether that fast that he can steal bases. He's just real
11 season and a playoff and difficulty game in and terfielder from last season, can again be a strength in 2014 remains dynamic."
appearance. game out. "We've got a lot of new to be seen. But when it gets down to it, the coach
This season promises Standing at the top of the faces in places where we Orshall pitched 20 innings last season said his team's success or failure this
more stability with Martin heap in the district are the haven't been tested yet," and went 2-2 with a 3.15 ERA. season will be determined by how far
being able to go through Crusaders, who won all Martin said. "Consider- Those are respectable numbers, but his pitchers come over the course of the
a full offseason and train- three meetings with Mari- ing the weather we had now he will be counted on as the team's year.
ing camp with the team, anna easily last season to get around and ev- No. 1 pitcher, while BT Johnson, Ant- "It all stems back to the pitching. I'm
but the Bulldogs will face after the Bulldogs upset erybody in this area had wain Johnson, Josh Carr, Scott Stephens just not real sure about that aspect of
some big hurdles to reach them in the 2012 district to deal with that we've and Hunter Eddins filling out the staff. it," he said. "I think if we can pitch and
their goals of a return to championship game. had to learn to adjust and "None of these guys have been the throw strikes and be consistent, then
the playoffs and a district "They're the measur- that's the beauty of not main guy, but I'm hoping two of those we've got a chance to be pretty decent.
championship, with na- ing stick," Martin said. having to be at our peak in guys will step up and be the main If not, we're going to get exposed. I think
tional pover and back- "They've ion the state title February. If we can work guys because we're going to need it," we can compete with anybody if we can
to-back state champion three of the last four years, through those bumps in Harkrider said. "We just have to see who throw strikes consistently. It just takes
Pensacola Catholic still so we don't have to look far the road, we'll get better can step in and eat some innings for one or two guys to step up and do that
standing in the way to see how good we have to and hopefully get there by us. It's all about being consistent We've because that's the main thing in win-
Itwas the Crusaders who be andmake surewe're hit- April." struggled throwing strikes in practice ning those district games and getting
made Marianna into Dis- ting on all cylinders when Beyond personnel con- and scrimmages, but we've come a long one of the top seeds."
trict 1 runners-up, beat- it counts in the end. But cerns, the coach said he way. Without question, that's our big- Malone opens the regular season
ing the Bulldogs 9-0 in the really, everybody in our doesn't have any issue gest question mark though." Tuesday on the road against Graceville
league title game en route league is pretty good. You whatsoever with his play- There would seem to be more answers at 3:30 p.m.
to a perfect 30-0 season don't limp into the playoffs. ers' work ethic and ap-
But the Bulldogs should You have to play really well proach to the game thus
be able to compete in the to get in. It's usually who far. Sports B refs
loaded District 1 thanks is the hottest team on that "It's a growing process,
to a. deep, talented, and given night that gets the but the kids are commit- High choolgirlsbasketball Chipolabaseball
experienced pitching staff job done, and then you've ted and working hard and Sneads w host te A Regionapa go on e to fac
led by seniors Reid Long, got to repeat that perfor- their attitude has been Semifinalsagainst PoplarSprings on GordonCollege on'Tesday before
Hayden Hurst, and Walker mance four more times." good," he said. "They have Tuesday at 7 p.m. heading out to Nevada for the week-
Roberts. To approach that level a sense of the importance With a win, the Lady Pirates will end, taking on Cllege of Southern
That trio will provide the this season, the Bulldogs in the community that move on tothe Regionai Finals played NevadainLasVegasoThrsday, and
foundation for what the will need to provide their there is for us to have some Friday at 7p.m. against thewinner of then ptlaying two games Lridayagainst-
Bulldogs hope' will be a pitchers with a lot more success. They know when Paxtonvs. Blauntstown. Salt Lake in Henderson, Nev., anid Col-
very big season. run support than they did you play here, 'you're ex- If Paxton wins, it will host the game, lege of Southern Nevadain Las Vegas.
"We were real young last a year ago. pected to win and put a while Sneads will hostwith a win and Chipola wraps up the week with
year, but we really return Marianna had a team good product on the field. aPaxton loss. two more gamesSaturday, starting
the bulk of our pitching batting average of just .235 They're taking it pretty with College of Southern Nevadain
and that will be the key," last season, a mark that good and I'm pleased with Henderson, Nev., and then Colorado
Martin said. "It should be has to improve significant- where we're at right now." Chipoa e Northwesternat Southern Nevda.
one of our strengths as the ly if the Bulldogs are to be Marianna will open the Chipola basketball rtso t N
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that trickling fountain on Another doctor, a shot The Associated Press haps cornerback Tony Brown can use
the wall. Following three for pain, and a common- the extra time to take over for Deion Be-
glasses of water and a sense home remedy of TUSCALOOSA, Ala. Those five- lue, or safety Laurence "Hootie" Jones
self-imposed "holding" cornstarch paste finally star Alabama recruits coming in will challenge for Ha Ha Clinton-Dix's
pattern, a tinkling (no pun put me on the road to this summer will have some catch- job.
intended) wall-mount BobHornegSy recovery. ing up to do with their early-arriving Maybe quarterback David Cornwell
water garden is unneces- Outdoors Columnist Ah, yes. Health care has peers. will edge up the depth chart before
sary motivation, smoke from the Picayune assuredly and positively The Crimson Tide already has eight Florida State transfer Jake Coker gets on
I desperately divert my cigarette dangling from evolved. I've been ushered signees enrolled, and most of them are campus.
attention, eavesdropping the corner of his mouth, into the urological exam at positions where there happen to be Potential candidates for job open-
on the conversation of two He never arose from his room, far away from the vacancies. ings at linebacker and on the defen-
elderly gentlemen seated chair. babbling, gurgling foun- Massive lineman Cam Robinson has sive line are also already on hand
nearby. "Got it bad, ain't you, tain. I've been handed a spring practice to start competing to for offseason workouts and the
"Doctorin' sure has boy?" he growled. plastic cup, the Holy Grail. replace left tackle Cyrus Kouandjio. Per- spring.
come a long ways," says I nodded tearfully as he My worshipful sighs of
one. scribbled a prescription. relief have echoed along
"Sure 'nuff has," the oth- The prescribed remedy every corridor. I've had my Sn ads second of only two three-pointers on
er replies. "You remember was a foul-smelling over- annual PSA bloodletting. Inea s the night for Altha to make it 45-40.
when...?" the-counter concoction Child's play. A moder, The Wildcats got the ball back and had
Neither is addressing called Neoxyn. It's a name super-sharp, nearly pain- From Page 1B a chance to trim the margin to two on a
me, but as a matter of fact I'll remember until my less hypodermic wielded 13 points, including eight in the fourth straight-away three attempt by Iler, but
I do. I "remember when" dying day. Directions: "Ap- by expert hands. quarter. it bounced off the back rim and SHS re-
quite well. ply to rash with a cotton The door opens. Sneads led by as much as 12 in the bounded, with Basford knocking in two
My most memorable swab and scratch with Hiya, Doc. first half before Altha fought back with a free throws with 37.2 seconds left to salt
yesteryear medical pro- supplied applicator." The Friendly greeting, amia- furious rally spurred by full-court pres- the game away.
cedure was administered "applicator" resembled bly chatty, great cordiality. sure defense, finishing the second quar- Rogers finished with 18 points to lead
50-plus years ago by a a giant wooden Popsicle No squint. No Picayune. ter on an 18-7 run to trim the deficit to Altha, with Iler scoring 10, and Art Platts
local curmudgeon physi- stick. He asks about my work. just one at halftime. eight.
cian who treated me for Mom followed the label's He reads me regularly. I'm But the Wildcats never went in front The loss ended what had the look of
a particularly virulent instructions. Swab/ flattered. in the second half, with a basket byWil- a dream season for the Wildcats, who
poison ivy outbreak. scratch, swab/scratch. Then, "Thwack!" The liams and an offensive rebound and won 21 games and were on the verge of
As a child, as now, I was Remember that head to glove. "Squish!" The tube. put-back by Alphonso Brown starting clinching their first playoff berth since
an avid outdoorsman, toe and all points be- "Drop 'em!" The com- the third to put Sneads back up five. 2001.
I was also a poison ivy tween reference? Well, the mand. Next...Well, never Altha cut the lead back to two after "I'm proud of these guys," first-year
magnet. The vile weed swabbed-and-scratched mind. You get the picture. a free throw by Kent Rogers late in the Altha coach Matthew Nichols said of
constantly stalked me, welts on my head burned "Feels just fine, Bob," he period, but Sneads took control in the his players after the game. "They're tak-
outdoor activity notwith- a little. Likewise the rash cheerily reports. fourth quarter, beating the trapping de- ing it hard right now, but that will fade
standing. Let me so much on my feet. So, too, the Uh huh. Easy for him to fense of the Wildcats and making'them eventually and they'll have a lot of great
as read a wild plant field red sores on most points say. pay with paint points and trips to the memories to look back on. I just feel
guide and I'd break out between. Until that point Then it's over, for anoth- foul line. blessed to have a group of kids like this
all over. I mean ALL over. between was reached. You er year. I wryly mention Basford scored the first four points of in my first year coaching. They played
Everywhere. Head to toe know the spot. I'm here to the wall fountain. He says the fourth to stake the Pirates to a 40-33 so hard all year and had one of the best
and all points between. say Neoxyn applied there he'll see what he can do. edge with 3:49 remaining, and scored- years in Altha history.
It itched. I scratched. It does not burn a little, Nice fella. Good practitio- again with 2:53 to play to make it 42-35. "We just had a tough time against
became infected. friends. It burns a lot. A ner. He even remembers A basket by Jeremy Wert made it an Sneads' size and athleticism. They're
I was in just such a state whole lot. As in, point to remove the glove before eight-point lead with 1:23 to play, but big and tough inside. Their length just
when Mom dragged me a flame thrower nozzle shaking my hand. PJ Iler answered moments later with the gave us some trouble all night."
to Dr. Frankenstein. He toward your netherparts If it wasn't for the ...
made me disrobe and and flip the switch. Aw heck, forget that. It's
examined my pudgy nine- I have no idea how to a small price to pay for HI'oets back to 45-40, but Braxton made 2-of-2
year-old carcass with one spell the bloodcurdling progress. rUL Ill -S with 15.9 seconds on the clock to seal
discerning eye. The other sound I made that day, And there ain't a bottle the win.
was closed in a perma- but every neighbor in our of Neoxyn in the whole rom age It was a disappointing end for a Ver-
nent squint to avoid the sizable subdivision clearly joint! three-quarter court heave at the end of non team that fought hard to earn the
the first quarter to give the Yellow- No. 1 seed in the district, but first year
jackets a 27-20 lead at the break. Yellowjackets coach Thomas Register
Fishling Repo t A free throw by Robert Powell put Ver- tried to keep perspective and credit his
v 91: non up 28-20 early in the third, but the squad for making a nine-win jump from
Lake Seminole spinnerbaits and Shad combos. Fishing will Hornets stormed back with a 9-0 run, last season.
Bass fishing is good. Raps for fair results. In the be slow, as the bass will with Braxton hitting a three, and Norris "These guys, man, to go from eight
Early bedding staging is creeks, use Carolina or not be very active. On a Calhoun scoring a bucket sandwiched wins to 17-8, I'll take it," he said. "I guess
reported. Sight-fishing is a Texas-rigged lizards. Rat- positive note, the few fish between two Webb buckets to give Cot- Vernon is relevant in basketball again.
recommended tactic now. L-Traps or similar lures are taken right now are likely tondale a 29-28 edge. It's tough, but we'll be OK. We'll take
Look for bedding large- recommended when fish- to be quality individu- Brown answered right backwithapull- two weeks off and get back to work for
mouths in clear, shallow ing points and jig fishing als. Return to the creek up jumper in the lane and then a three- next year. I think we're going in the right
water. Tube baits, lizards is good in or around wood mouths with crankbaits pointer to put Vernon back up four, but direction."
and various other sight- structure. and Texas-rigs when the the Hornets came back to tie the game For the Hornets, it's another year in
fishing lures will work The hybrids are still on water warms. at 35-35 on another triple from Braxton which they sputtered down the stretch
when bedding fish show a the deeper ledges, but for Catfish will be slow, but with 6:35 left in the game. losing seven of nine to end the year
willingness to strike. Away now are suspended and now is the time to look A put-back by Tre Lee put Cottondale after dropping eight straight to finish
from the beds themselves, slow to bite. forward to a warm-up and up one with 3':34 remaining and Webb the regular season last year before
try jerkbaits on spinning Crappies remain deep expect the larger channel scored again off of a nice cut to the bas- turning it on in the district tournament.
gear with lighter line. and have slowed down. cats, blues, and flatheads ket to give the Hornets a three-point Obert said the adversity strengthened
Crappies are good. Both For now, continue fishing to become more active in edge with 1:56 left. and toughened his players.
minnows and jigs are pay- minnows and tipped jigs the tailwaters soon. It was 39-37 with 47.6 seconds to play "The one thing about it is we always
ing off. Jig-fishing will im- around deep structure. Crappies are still slow after a free throw by Ty Brunson, but play a tough schedule, so it kind of
prove markedly as the ap- Shallow up as the water and will remain so for Webb hit 2-of-2 free throws to make it causes us to have some struggles be-
proaching spring weather warms. awhile. As on the res- 41-37, and Braxton hit two more to ex- cause I think we play one of the tough-
warms consistently. Bream and catfish re- ervoirs, they are due to tend the lead to six with 35.1 seconds est schedules around. But I think it does
Bream, catfish and other main very slow for now. become more active with left. help prepare us for the big moments.
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inactive. Chattahoochee River Hybrids and bream con- Gibson knocked in a three-pointer with and they play with confidence and they
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Gators top Alabama
The Associated Press all five of Florida's start- that seeminglywore down
ers topped 10 points since the Tide.
GAINESVILLE Scottie Nov. 21, 2013 against Mid- Florida went on a 25-8
Wilbekin scored 16 points, dle Tennessee. run that turned a deficit
leading all five starters in Trevor Releford led the into a double-digit lead.
double figures, and No. 3 Tide (9-14, 3-7) with 25 The Tide has lost four
Florida beat Alabama 78- points n 7-for-10 shoot- straight and six of seven. Florida's K Hill
69 Saturday for its 15th ing. He was 4 for 6 from Chris Walker, Florida's up for two points as
straight victory. behind the 3-point line highly touted freshman Alabama's Levi Randolph
The Gators handled the and perfect on seven free who became eligible this "(20) and Algie Key (0)
Tide for the second time throws. week, played sparingly look on during the first
in 16 days and extended a Releford scored 16 points in his second collegiate half of a basketball game
school record for consecu- in the first half, carryingAl- game. He finished with Saturday in Gainesville.
tive home wins to 29. abama for much of the af- four points and a rebound. THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
Florida (21-2, 10-0 South- ternoon. His 3-pointer put For as dominant as
eastern Conference) shot a the Tide up 28-21, silenc- Florida has been recently,
blistering 62 percent from ing the sold-out O'Connell the team's toughest test
the floor and finished with Center. comes next week. The Ga- Cavernts Road Church of Christ
a season-high 22 assists. Alabama shot 61 percent tors play at Tennessee on 'ods Pe Cowie Mo ve NheWia. .
Coach Billy Donovan's in the opening half and Tuesday night and then
team trailed by seven late went 5 for 7 from behind at Kentucky on Saturday. "The churches of Christ "If any man speak, let him speak as the oracles of God.."
in the first half before tak- the arc, giving the defen- Those games could go a greet you" 1 Peter 4:11 (KJV)
ing over the game in the sive-minded Donovan long ways to determining Romans 16:16
paint and in transition. plenty to talkaboutathalf- how Florida finishes in Elder: "LettheBiblespeak"about..Profanity.
That opened things up on time. The Gators respond- the conference and what erSomeone recently asked the question: preacher Tom, the
the perimeter for Wilbekin ed with an effective press, kind of seed Donovan's Benny istarr Someone whereently I work hasked gotten so bad that I haver Tom, trouble
and Michael Frazier II. made 3-pointers and a team lands in next month's David Register language where I work has gotten so bad that I have trouble
Wilbekin Was 3-for-5 heavy dose of post play NCAA tournament. Raymond Chapman ignoring it. What does the Bible say about profanity?"
shooting from behind the i Jesus Taught, "For out of the abundance of the heart the mouth
arc, making all three in the Deacons: speaketh" (Matthew 12:34). Hardly anything so immediately
second half. Frazier was Michael McLean mars or marks one's character as does his speech. Jesus also
3 for 8 from the 3-point James Pelham said, 'For by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words
Frazier finished with 14 Donnie all thou shalt be condemned' (Matthew 12:37).
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Birdcage never used, med. size, white w/ blue more $39.95
A base, 17'/" x 13 x 22 $25. 850-482-4917 ive Oaks rapeMyrt Positionavailablefor experienced
Chest of Drawers -Kroehler w/Mirror $60; l M Mortgage & Consumer Loan Officer
SSchwin 26" Bike $60. 850-592-2881 Cherry Laurel & Magnolias Credit and background check required
Sat, Feb 22, 2014 @ 10:02 AM (CST) Clothing, boy & girl toddler $25 a box. Wedding By appointment Apply at FOCUS Credit Union,
Houston County Farm Center, Bldg #2 call 850-663-2404
Furniture, Cast Iron, Lladro, Blackhawk gown, strapless, sz 16 $475. 850-693-3260 334 6923695 or email email@example.com
Corn Sheller, Sterling Silver Flatware, Pistol: Bersa Thunder 380 pistol with 3 clips 334-69 EOE/Drug Free Workplace Employer
Sligh Grandfather Clock, Collectible and case. $275. 334-805-8900
Glassware, Cast Iron, Lead Crystal, Silv6r D -
Dollars, Deer Stands, Varmint Traps, o *
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Consignments are still coming in. Byig ie CHIPOLA COLLEGE
Call 334-596-2312 or go to is accepting applications for the following
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10% BP 9% Sales Tax LOST Chihuahua male purple looking color on No tract0Siall Custom Thinnin
Col. Joe F. Watson, AL #1831 Kelson Ave. 850-482-4057. PROGRAM MANAGER EMERGENCY
(Announcements made by Auctioneer on day of 1' Pea Ri er Timber MEDICAL SERVICES
auction take precedence over this or any other *ER DOO PU STAFF ASSISTANT CENTRAL CASHIER
promotional material.) Yoies,Shoe, 334-389-2003 COORDINATOR ACADEMIC CENTER
.....$1.0.-$4. 33 4 FOR EXCELLENCE
CE E LIWANTED LOOKING FOR LONG TERM Position information and application
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Family Plots of 4 in Memory Hill Cemetery 2-FA Reg. Himaayan solid white w/blue rights on large private ac. 150-300 acres www.chipola.edu/personneobs.
"Garden of Chimes" $800. Ea. 334-899-8564 ,2-CFA Reg. Himalayan solid white w/blue
Garden of Chmes $800. Ea. 334-899-8564 tips $300. CKC Multi-poos, Shih-Tzu, Chlapoo starting this season and for many more Contact Human Resources at
& Pom-chis $300. Razo4-71-71 Bull years to follow. 603-566-4330, pippenwchipola.edu or call (850)718-2269
for additional information. Candidates may
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Branson, MO. Ozark Mnt Jamboree FAR RS W Da [M [D [ M @ EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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Trolley Tour, Lunch at Lady & Son's GREEN FROZEN PEANUTS
May 22-25, 2014 & more
Tropical Costa Ri 8 nts. 9 days 850-352-4423 Jackson County Floridan has an immediate opening for a full time photographer.
San Jose, Monteverde Lake Arenal Cruise 850-209-3322 or 850573-6594 Candidates must possess a solid understanding of digital photography, composition and
August 2-10, 2014 & more
NORTHEAST CRUISE & TOUR D Shelled Peanuts lighting. This position will work directly with reporters and newsroom staff to develop and
Nova Scotia, Sydney, Halifax Prince Edward produce photographs and shoot video to accompany stories. This position is responsible
Island, 14 ights, 15 days 7-ngt cruise for covering a wide variety of assignments from features to sports and illustrations.
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For information Merita Stanley (850)594-9980 Duties also include posting video, photographs and stories to the Web. Multimedia
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: adapt and grow with the job. Reliable transportation is a must. A valid driver's license,
HURRY SALE !!! $9.00 per bussell proof of auto insurance and the ability to cover assignments at night or on weekends is
NOW SELLING 1s of Misc. ITEMS 229-246-1340 required. College degree preferred. Must be a self starter with a strong work ethic and
NW LLINhave the ability to work independently.
Reduced to 50% off. Furniture 30% off
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Backyard Treasure 2331 Ross Clark Cr. Beautiful Bermuda Coastal Hay
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S" .- Th h'is cute little building 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. 373 acres Santa Rosa County, FL $2,200/acre
just south of US 90 NO PETS. CH&A. Larson & McGowin Properties Broker, 334-734-
Sbetween Caledonia and Starting at $500 per month 1382. www.larsonmgowinproperties.com
2 5 D v e rs McPherson Sts for sale Call 850-258-1594
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New CH&A system to help keep your energy Beautiful Graceville FL home and farm -
costs down. No need to be stuck in a strip Marianna area 2/2 Mbl. Hm. in park CH&A 4BR, 3 BA, custom built home on 239 acres.
m mall. Have your own office/business build- water, sewage No Pets or Smokin Ref. Req. Can divide. 175 acres tillable for corn, soy-
NEEDED NO ng.Surprising low low market rates. $69,900 st& last$500. ino 850-482-333 beans, cotton. Large free standingbuilding.
James M.(Robby) Roberts Jr., Broker : 3 wells. Joe Farris, Land and Stand Properties.
Learn to drive for Prudential Jim Roberts Realty Small2/1$325.mo.Sneads 850-387-5517
Werner Enterprises 850-4824635 Ext. 207 4 850-573-0308 0 S
Earn $800 per week M.OB.F SNEADS area N. of 903/2 remodeled inside on Malone 3/3 2231sf. brick home CH/A florida rm.
% acre $500.mo. Ist-last sec. NO PETS fenced lik yd. 2 storage building,
No experience needed! 2/1 elec. heat & airin Aford$30.mo + dep. 850-272351or 854822272 1 block from school, $160,000. OBO
850-579-8882/850-209-1664 334-300-7170 OR 850-591-4729
Local CDL Training *2/114ft.elec,heat&air. COMM.ERCIA --
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3BR Mobile Homes 3000 sq. ft. Warehouse, Semi-leding dock
2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes total 5s00 sq f. $350 o85 78-6541. R EC R ATIO
in aran&nd 80 Located In Marianna, Fl. 4nT1
Smin Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 R1o
2BR / 1.5BA at Millpond $495 rent + deposit. RESIDENiv
SHas utility shed, screened in front porch REAL ES E FOR S Sun Tracker 24-DL Pontoon
# 850-209-3970 NO PETS --- Boat, 90HP Evinrude Out-
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2BR/2A a Mobile Home $475+ deposit, L deck table, fold-up ladder,
appliances, washer & dryer, water/garbage 2BR, 2.BA Townhouse for sale in walking dis- new battery. Trailer not included. Older model
& sewer included 4 850-482-4455 tance of downtown Eufaula. Quiet and quaint but it looks good and runs great. $4,500. Lake
Deck with large backyard. W/D hookup and Seminole south of Donalsonville, GA on Rt. 374.
Jail Administrator 3/2 Mobile Home on Ham Pond Rd in Sneads large pantry. Spacious rooms. Not for rent. Contact Dee at firstname.lastname@example.org or call
CH/A, lawn care incl. $550+dep. 850-592-4625 $92,000. Call 256-437-3768 229-515-7600.
Jackson County Corrections Facility
Graduation from high school supplemented
by specialized courses in jail management, Dozr ad E on Wor
BS in Criminal Justice preferred, and 6 to 9Demolition H ME REPA R ree Removal Tree Trimming
years of progressively responsible experience
as a correctional supervisor; individual -Hwith
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preferred; or any equivalent combination of
training and experience which provides the
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We buy wrecked cars Ann Jones
SL. Red, 4WD, PS, PW, PDL and Farm Equip. at a Owner/Broker, REALTOR
with remote. 4.2 L6 275 HP far and honest price! Owner/Broker, REATOR
engine. Good MPG, cold 50 & t Coplete Cars SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES 850-209-9077
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Chevrolet 2010 Impala, 25,800 miles, 33479 6 44-791-4714 Cell.(850) 5736198 reaxing or entertaining. e is located on Meadowview Road
close to schools, College, shopping and hospital. This updated
1 owner, power everything, rear Spoiler www.emccoyrealty.com home is just the right size and ready foryou to move in!.Call today
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$99. RIDE TODAY SNEADS Owner beautiful landscaped yard with
Regardless of year, make, model, we have F adeck and porch on the back to
Already eda millions of dollars on hand to pay you good nnng Aoble for ths njoy the quit neighborhood.
Call Steve Pope Today millions of dollars on hand to pay you good nice mobile home in et Split floor plan with Large Master Bed and Bath and Three large Bedrooms iwth two
money for your curen vehicle. nie mobile home in gre full baths. Formal Dining Room and Breakfast Area. Kitchen custom cabinets. Marble
S334-803-9550 Are On The Coast But Worth The Drive, location. Fireplace and Built-in Book Shelves. Perfect home for entertaining. So many beautiful
Repo pass bankruptcy & reputable, & e can give you a air price things with the beautiful home. $282,000 and considering all Offers. MLS #247640
SLOW CREDIT OK SSI & VA OK appraisal in 1 inutes. MLS# 249201 $49,500.
Grn for appo2 8tme eter. 877-497-797 5 fm 8 7975 COTTONDALE -$65,9 is a
Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, 1-owner WOW! Hunters camp house Great Deal on this
low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires, surrounded by 73 acres with beautiful 2 Bedroom
garage kept, looks like new, Real Clean!! planted pines, pond and plenty Home in Malone!
334-797- of spce forgood hunting. It's already updated and ready for you! Large fenced
3yard with a workshop! A great neighborhood and a Great
Honda 2009 Accord, great gas mileage, certi- I NTI MLS# 249225 $116,800. Home! You can afford this one! MLS #247258
fied warranty, nice car, well equipped. $250 MARIANNA
down and $250 per month. Call Steve Hatcher LF160378 Wooded 21 acres, great orea Character gives this
334-791-8243. NOTICE OF APPLICATION for hunting and building your older home in Graceville
FOR WATER USE PERMIT dream home. its charm! This well
Lexus 2007 RX350 Silver in color, new tires, sun maintained home has
roof, leather int. very clean, this is a very sharp Notice is hereby given that pursuant to hap- a large yard and is very
carl04K miles, exc. cond. $14,000. 334-791-9407 ter 373, Florida Statutes, the following applica- MLS# 249146 $36,750. convent to the College and Businses of Graceville. This 3/2 home is
Ln nM ru Traer19910 withl44mla e s GRAND RIDGE ready for you to call it home. The roof was completely replaced in 2t011
Lincoln/Mercury Tracer 1991 with 44 miles tio for a wateruse perit has been received ished one bedroom Bedrooms are large with plenty of space. All of the appliances! Call today to
original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue by the Northwest Florida Water Management campurnished one broo set an appointment to seethis beautiful, and affordable home. MLS# 247421
matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010. District a with 2prite bot rmp to t en
with priwte b-ot romp to the Country life in a 2002
Nissan 2013 Altima S, low miles, fully equipped, Requesting an annualaverage daily withdrawal lake for great fishing. built 2000 square foot
must sell. $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron of 1,600,000 gallons per day from the Floridan MIMS# 248959 30,n000. ap ufacture on a pa
Ellis 334-714-0028. Aquifer System for Public Supply use by an ALFORD- Hunters Paradise ad a gret place to
existing facility. is here on these 3 acres with a live! Located in North Jackson County close to the Alabama State Line,
Toyota 1998 Avalon ,new tires & paint, cold AC, Application number 1 07446 filed 01/30/2014 3 bedroom home having had this home is in a perfect spot for those who travel between Marianna
exc. cond. 154K miles, $3995. City of Marianna, P. O. Box 936, Marianna, FL saome updates Propery indes to sll, on ays band l fet sshow 0 this beauiful homePried22
334-792-8018 OR 334-792-8827 32447 s sell, er says bring all offers. $79,900 ML# 24922
Toyota 2011 Camry LE. General .ithdrawal location(s) in Jackson a stocked pond. Corner Russ St and
4 door sedan, metallic County: TO4N, R1OW, Sec. 3, 18A; TO5N, R1OW, MLS# 249259 $85,000. elson St closeto
door sedan, metallic Kelson St Close to
$10c t 0.inrirWATEFl RONT Three Hospital in Marianna
green, 34,000 miles. Tan Sec.L32, 33 AuthTR FND RIDGE College, Schools and
cloth interior. Very clean. Interested persons may submit written bedroom home located in only $59,900.
$14,900. Will accept rea- comments/objection or submit a written privt get-awy spot on Updates already done! Just move in! Great investment
sonable offer. 334-402-1180 or 334-397-4301 request for the notice of proposed agency Ocheesee Pond tht is known with low payments! Hardwood Floors, newer metal roof
Sand central heat/air. Just too cute to pass up! Possible
action (NOPAA) regarding the application f or its gret boang and fishing. Lease Purchase. MLS# 248356
I by writing to: Di, ision of Resource Regulation, MLS# 248786 $88,000.
Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4 Northwest Florida Water Management District, BONIFAY Custom built Blue Springs Plantation is
For d 1987 4 attn: Terri Peterson, 152 Water Management home locoted on 24.5 acres located closetothe BEALTIFUL
RUNS GREAT!! Good tires. Drive, Havana, Florida 32333. A NOPAA will be including two ponds. Home Blue Springs State Park,
Ne Sear batery rerOhas faaoo many speciaol tealutres ,. Merritt's Mill Pond and Lake
New Sears battery, rear mailed only to persons who have filed such re- to many e ur Seinole. These l d
window motor, fuel gauge. quests. A NOPAA must be requested in order to m be a PERFECT Place to build
window motor, fuel gauge quests. A NOPAA must be requested in order to ppointment to view this lovely a home and enjoy the Peace and tranquility Marianna has to offer. An established
Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k be advised of further proceedings and any pub- property. Subdivision, Blue Springs Plantationisagrowing communitywith homesalreadybuilt
miles on major tune-up (including distributor, lic hearing date. Written comments/objection MLS# 249202 $289,000. and occupied. It has a Public water system, Underground Utilities, Phone, Sewer and
plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as or NOPAA requests must be received by 5:00 MARIANNA Very Pavedroads.SeveralLotstavailabletoechoosefmrom. LocatedaonBlueSpdngsHighway
my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking p.m. eastern time on February 27, 2014. spacious 4 bedroom home
$3,400. 334-750-5000 and located close to schools, Large family room,
No further public notice will be provided shopping nd gof ourse. Cll room. Seller is ready
Ford 2005 Explorer: Green. Extra clean, loaded rooms. Seller is ready
Ford 2005 Explorer: Green. Extra clean, loaded regarding this application. Publication of this for your personal viewing, to lookat all offers
with all power. Low miles. New tires. Garage notice constitutes constructive notice of the and help a buyer fulfill
kept. Excellent condition. $9,250 or best offer. permit application to all substantially affected MLS# 248506 $169,900. homel Newer stove and rerigerator. Alloi dr aof owning a
Call 334-347-6375 persons. Debbie Roney Smith, pick it out yourself! Beautiful patio with a gardening shed for
i all your tools. Small fenced area for children or pets. Don't miss
Honda 2009 CRV, low miles, under warranty, LF160379 Notice of Meeting Realtor out on the fatastic rice fr this beatiful home! MLS# 248529
must sell. $200 down, $259 per month. Call Ron On Tuesday, February 11, at 9 AM, the Jackson 850-209-8039
Ellis 334-714-0028. County Poard of County Commissioners will debbieroneysmith@ Beautiful well maintain
hold its Regular Meeting at 2864 Madison embarqmail.coa Bonifay It has 5 bedrooms
Nissan 2012 Rouge, Super Nice SUV, Good fami- Onifay. It has 5 bedrooms
ly vehicle, plenty of room, loaded, bring this ad Street, Marianna, Florida. New consiudion and 3 baths, 6 fireplaces
2010. 3/2 Open floor plan with and huge rooms. The
in and get $500 discount, $250 down, $250 per accordance with the Americans with Disabil- sp bedoms with 2540 f under ceilings are approx. 12 feet high. It also features a large detached 2 car
n tIn accordance with the Americans with Disabil- Kilchen with granite counter garage (30x40) but for your convenience there is an attached carport at
month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. ities Act, persons needing special accommoda- tops. 2 acres MOL in ve nic oe t h e rntx4Osrttteel
tion to participate in this meeting should con- quinet rei Ohaad. 7 oiler sto th front porch. The seller is very motivated and is open to all offers. Make
t on t partic p te mo this es ing nhoa rcohn- tou o. Imi s an aRot. to see this home now 000 MLS# 249141
tact the Administrator's assistant no later than $159,900. iced to sell a
Chevy 2010 Silverado, 4 door, 54K miles, tors assistant may be contacted at 2864 Madi Close pximy o Bountstown. Nice area
5-trWeathertech mats'. ypor tos epn mbe nti ed at a- C of town and convenient to
On-star, Bluetooth, Weathertech mats. son Street, Marianna, FL, 32448, (850) 482-9633, shoppi, schools, sports f town and convenient to
Retiring and must sell. $24,500. 334-585-5288 or (800) 955-8771 (TDD). /oe i28m p flHepol g fedil ict. everythin This is a great
GMC 1998 Sierra 1500 state owned and LF160376 Thq Housing Authority of the City of m thoe hout e. Combinoion payments that will be lower than rent! Don't pass this up. MLS# 249218
maintained, runs & rides great! $3495. OBO Marianna, Florida will hold a Public Hearing to of hdwood tile ooring thru out.
850-526-2963 or 850-557-2523. receive comments concerning the Annual Plan,5 Bath Home
T t 2010 Tacoma SR and upcoming Events for the Housing Authori- MLS# 248911 S 20,000. 4 4Bedmom 2.5 Bath Home
Toyotang b l in nNEW USTING. 3/2 Brick with large fenced yard,
SWhite 2 wheel drive, 4 ty. The Meeting will be held in the Conference nch oc n od nd pvd screened porch, workshop,
Room at Harrison Park, 2912 Albert Street, Ma- treet with over 2 /C. deck with ht tub and
V6, tow package, new tires Covered poaid and hockyord i fenced
Exc nt co en tio 4 ,0 rianna, FL at 9:00 A.M. on Thurday, March 20, with chin link & wood privoypoils. beautiful pool! Ready for a
Excellent condition. 46,000 2014 Niiely londscoped. day of relaxation enjoy your
miles. $23,300. 334-693-4987 or 796-5919 large family room plant a garden lay by the pool -work in your workshop.
MLS# 249236 $183,000. Everything is there and ready for you! Don't miss out on this home! It won't last
53.77 ACRES Propery rmosly. long. Priced to sell at $149,900. MLS# 249307
in Poasture. Fenced & cross fencei for
cattle and horses. Property canits of This well maintained 3
40x50 Hay Bann, large `Metl Bldg Bedroom 2 Bath has a
with metal rotof & 1t oportm nt, lot of charm. It has been
60x30 metal born, 200 orn wi very well maintained. The
srtollr & cottle rhoaol, 2 wellr, groin bin, kitchen was updated, has
a dishwasher, and is the
MLS# 249269 $185,000. highlight of this home, along with many other features. The roof was replaced
in 2012 and the Central Air and Heat unit is only about 3 yrs. old. Formal Dining
Pat Furr and Living area, Office/Computer Room, and a great workshop garage that is
Realtor 24x20 in size. In a quiet and relaxing area of Greenwood, but not too far from
0Realtor town and shopping. $89,900 MLS# 249169
firstname.lastname@example.org Completely renovated and
looks brand new inside!
This 3Bedroom/2Bath home is New appliances, beautiful
delihtful breath of fresh oir with hardwood floors, unique
heautoldesign. Open ceilings
Sbeaui t icko ,flooingthughout were popular in the 60s and this buder added insulated panels to keep it
;nWly Dointed rooms1, nd open economical for heating and cooling. Patio area perfect for entertaining and family
fior pan. The seing one fun. This home has character that gives it charm! $215,000 MLS# 248150
fenced backyard, with loandamping Interstate 00 and Hwy 77
24X20 pole bamrn! 0/10xl0 boatd EXIT Fuel/Convenience
& cooled workshop. REDUCED store in excellent location
to capitalize on Highway
MLS# 249113. $165,000. 77 beach access traffic.
Beautiful, quiet setting for this 2000 square foot of retail space and two fuel islands are ready for
lovely 3Bedroonm/2Bath tdk ao enterprising operator. Property is in the county where alcohol sales
home on two londscraped otes The are possible seven days a week. Over 6000 vehicles pass this location
screened bolk porch overlooks Ihe cenced eve a orted b FDOT On 1 00 MLS #248836
botkyard filled w/nture. New mell roolf,
intent xtt3rior point, 30o12' P1 oupot 272 well .mi neained and
ecen exterior point, 30x12 port updated home dose to Main St.
30'x24' wolukshop w/one coal gorage Chattahoocahee and ithin inst a
oohihed to worllshop, two ctr corpoit couple of miles of Lake Seminole
taothed te house, poved dvewoy. Larnge, nicely landscaped backyard
ML# 248822 $153 with patio ,and prnvacy fence that
MLS# 248822 $153,300. separates it from the homes behind. Larne separate storage shed.a reaf on carpod rith separate
Chlnrming 3Bedroom/2Bath laundry room attached A large screened porch spans the whole length of the front of house. This is a
recenty remodeled home thrat offers vry comfortable home and has lots of personality. It is surely a must see! OnLY $67,900 MLSI 248828
spaiouns m.aser bedroom w/maeer I_
bath, open Iming & dining area,
iminuiing sunrmom, & split bedrnom This very nice 3/2 2004
design. Wonderful, large fencred Cavelier Mobile Home is
yord wirh wohrhip/gomge & boir located very close to town
shed. Property located arons the and approximately 1/8
rees from Lboe Seminoale w/easy miles from a public boat
ccess oPublic BoatReamp. landing at Merritts Mill Pond. Sdme repairs needed. Property is very private
MLS# 248753 $149,900. and the only home on this road. Just walk down the road to Meritts Mill Pond!
H EA D A C H E IN Y O U RColo ~GL 4 Sepaiate Lots Avalable in Blue Spnngs Plantation Subdivision on
In Print and Online spaiou, ge roJ w/ Blue SpnngsHighway
JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN fi oe, open kithen. tird rom 1 Acre Lot on Old US Hwy north of Hwy 162 $10,000
iCF ut ilzed os oae, nice scenead in .10 Beautiful Acres on River Road near Lake Seminole $40,000
Clot neet daoomr of ring p wcy e ,y 10 Acre Tract off Blocker Road $35,000
850-526-3614 o, 1-800-779-2557 moinenance, nny liaing. 5 Acres off Sweat Pond Road $22,000
jcfloridan.com MLS# 248977 $143,000. 1 Acre Corner lot on paved mad in Compass Lake $6,000
IN PRINT ONLINE 850-5265-361LI icfloridan.com
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5035 Hwy 90 Marianna, FL 32446 SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES 850-209-3595
4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446 Call Us For All Your
Cresh Harrison, Broker 850482-1700 Eaeh o) 526 289d Real Estate Needs . ,
Stacy Borges, Realtor 850-573-1990 SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER Personality plus, this
Julie Miles, Realtor 850-693-3435 w unSuthropeies.com charmingA-rame home has
c21sunnyso@aol com 2BR/!-I/2BA and s nmove- ( 2
a -0in ready condition. Kitchen, 8 I
Ouida Morris DR & MBR have cork floors.
Full bath has a marble floor! With landscaping, this home feels tucked away and a
BUILD YOUR REALTOR private! Owners are motivated to sell and have applied for short-sale. Make an
DREAM HOU Rappt. toseethis lovely home! PRICEDAT $83,900 MLS#248399 ery nice 10 ace lot in Biocom, R Property is
DREAM HOME Broker/Owner unte ooded and planted in ine ta. it
HEREAI Seve ram graded red and s urrounded by larger land tram
SWooded Lotwould make a great hunting propern. mand
oodearia 850-209-4705 This .11-acre, former ury areundantin th orea.Th propey uld
Ch1.2oos Are omts f GREENW OOD 9-hole (Par 3) golf olh makn agrt home te wit pienty of priay.
$17,000 EACH. ourse, 35,. 249301
OR a 3.45 acre Cottage style home it course, comes with a
lot that can be heme that has 3215f
urchase as a whole for $35000 or Can be purchased updates and renovations under roof, but only 972' is being used. Has potential of 2-3BR/1- GREAT PRICE for this rge lend
purchase as a whole for $35000167+ acre tr. This prpery
in 3 1 05+/ lots Each for $15 000h Located cose to located on 5 acres. 2BA, large outside deck. With the location, this property has would make a great hunting prat or
potential !! Bring alloffers!!! Priced at $116,900 MLS #247834 investment property to plant in timber.
MLS# 249229 $45,000. This roperly has been priced to sell.
VERY ATTRACTIVE PONCE DE LEON 185,000. LS# 249299
HOME INSIDE AND OUT! Two story home with many nice This 3BR/2BA brick I
4/31/2 with almost 2700 features located on 3.26 acres. home sits on appx. wanty. buildinga y 231 it houn
County. Lo is loated near Hwy 231 wh quick
sq ft under air! Relax on 4 acres near the occess to Panma ty beaches and shopping.
the wraparound porch. Mill Pond! Well Lot already has a ll nd a septictl k un the
properly and a smal building that is being ued to
Large fenced backyard, maintained home with newer metal roof, beautiful in- soyin. Ready to build. Possible wner Finanng
16x32 gunite pool. Hardwood floors on the first floor! The kitchen MLS# 249240 $154,000. ground pool, fenced-in back yard, RV bldg. w/workshop. do down paymenllOwner would possibly rent
is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet space! Large center Must see! Priced at $219,000 MLS #248727 otar R0relbining the ight their lot and
island and breakfast area! There is an air conditioned game room or MARIANNA Price .L. 2467..
5th bedroom and half bath over the detached garage. MLS #248338 Reduced on this spacious This 3BR/2BA southern ha RuHT pl fu yu. 5to/- o ol, oai
PERFECT FOR 4 bedroom home close home has a formal LR, bnling recreation, or cropland. Abundaonet ol:
formal DR, beautiful der wnld hos, lurkey, et. & Some creek fltm n .t
YOUR LARGE to town. step-down great led cannot e ubdivided. Lend I currenly lerd
FAMILY?? Great room, breakfast room, dut ng on thime I o purcmeas nbe
room, breakfastrroom, d or income from laeaepr-mete. Posabh
4/2 with almost bonus room, nice hardwood floors throughout under carpet and m net fcindng with leplable dan payment and
1700 sq ft under MLS# 249104 $55,000. 2 fireplaces! Home needs updating. Many old-style Southern e fSloo13,000.m i22
Air! Beautiful Oak trees. Incl. 3 parcels totaling about 1 acre in Cottondale.
original hardwood PRICED AT $85,000 MLS #248624 oET INVESTMENT OPPORTUITHY for a platned and
floors! The Family BLOUNTSTOWN approved 4o bdivisaon on payed b ey 90 only minulte
room can be easily converted to a 5th bedroom if needed! Price- Reduced on this OILYtedornmunliy inthe areowithivionpaate
Great Spacious 1.80 acres! Brick home has a'newer 4 ton AC newer home in town in Beautiful octagonal enlraoes and ndude19 remionng oidentiallots.
POSaiBIatTIE ion intmude in eoleowingl arprivaee f n 1 0
unit! This home can be offered as a short sale! MLS #248281 established neighborhood. 2BR/2BA home Th depment inAudn t he loll in: a privnts
completely remodeled pul er, public sewer, underground utilies, and
GREAT in 2008 l d on electronic gaoted entrances. The mod has been partally prepared wilh roadboe material and is ready
POSSIBILITIES in in 2008 located on a for rving. S299,0oo. MLS#248026
this 4/2.5 POOL MLS# 249083 $59,900. unique fork of the Chipola River. Granite countertops, electric
Home. Over 1800 Se q fireplace, high ceilings, loft as a bonus room, half-wrap deck, etc. Grea building olin prestigious Indian Springs
Ft. Ncoeds some TLC COTTONDALE Make an appointment today! Priced at $155,000 MLS #248028 a popular spot for new site built homes, and
perfect amould home the Brick home with 3 coldbe inus the let to build yourdream homel
Located on 1.31 bedrooms in country Thisisna wooded lolocated twardsthebackof
Acres! Call Today for on 3.95 acres. Very Southern plantation Indian5prings.S36,500.MLS#248942
information I nice design. PRICE style home in prestigious
REDUCE!I !Indian Springs Sub. home w'bh eremnive re.ovations. All new
eIndian Springs Sub. n floan new poin, new roof, and
MLS# 249025 $105,000. This 4BR/2.5BA home is pdted hbhrooms. Threebedrooms with an office
EXECUTIVE HOME WITH ALL THE MARIANNA waterfront on Lake Osceola. Home has large porches, in-ground pool w/ r the offioe n be ued a a 4h bedroom. Open
BELLS AND WHISTLES Over 200or plan inth lange ing na, ding adn
soft Under Air, with a Gorgeous Charming home located in new liner and many extras. Seller will allow up to $18,000 toward new roof rithem inbreakft eraoracounter opsoandlots
Sunroom with Windows from quiet e n d aupgrades. Makeyour appt.today! Priced at$225,000 MLS#248285 ecabinen.. oownmolding throughout vinag a ma.
Sungoow with Winqunwt from arivand area Ionic, drfedeea roniaFhreplaeadmdaoseramnic
F1eor tot ceiling overlookinp the thetLoveyglasedInel hiw in unitandkll bathroom andlaoundry.an. oo i i nrwit
backyaoil The Family Room Boasts nd lust few minutes to osed in storage m. One ma on the bae of he houn. sprooinkler systnre iuns o frees,
18 ft ceilings, built in entertainment center and a granite see thru fireplace to town. graevine, peoan tees and a bea ul I lage oak. S179,00. MI# 248335
the sunroom. The Main Kitchen is a dream. Granite countertops with a center This appealing
island with lots of upgraded cabinets! There is a 2 car attached garage with .e Beautifully updated hisorit home r in dwtohron
a bonus room which has central air and the detached garage islarge enough MLS# 248732 $65,000. 3BR/2BA home has Mrioano. I yo love he hrm of older hom th
to store your toys! There is also another bedroom over the detached garage. CHATTAHOOCHEE beautiful laminatene fr you! The on hl vin reto th
H Chardwood floors, ,0 h. ban age inro pithon
MOVE IN READY! Great investment proper spacious great room, kit/din combo, Ig bdrms & baths, big utility tom 3artir &i2tahrooa Mat te homue
Great 3/2 with over ha e oriinal 6dwoooo and high cesngs.
Great 3/2 with over located in town. rm, new heat pump, 2-car garage, landscaped yard w/backyard kYou'llove Ite large front porch and spoou carport
1900 sq ft! There is a fenced. Close to high school, state park, airport, & so much more. fr pakingi.shard on oneofthe mostiaidurastqe
Mother in Law guest Make anappt. today! Priced at only $154,900 MLS #247791 streelsied ntow fCoiarnM a, ithniemeg li onining the seet. S139.000. MLS# 24827
house! Large 1 acre lot aTnutft brihMa eoin oe nhborhood lootd
with a Huge Workshop! MLS# 249226 $35,000. ust slide of Marianno. he ki indncludes sold
wthHugeW r M 24 22 $35,WHAT A BARGAIN! urface nouers, hardwood Ofoonr ad plenty of
Completely remodeled h i =This 1600 square foot ia a ier fher a 1a areplaces and
from floors to ceiling! Beautiful sunroom Thisl 00 squarefoot aor lme pind ot
overlooking nice bacIkard! MLS #248896 btARhoAm building on 2 acres walmkir d di ito d bort
ice bac ard M #24886 Uniue older home that is located on busy walk-inshomwer and a iaud irub. eback of the
LOCATED ON MRRITS needs to be brought back Hwy. 90 between Marianna and Cottondale. This structure nieoeylaVdpdba 6 a ho n e tofee and a small anthe p aen rfth a oe
MILL PONDI Cozy 2/1 with On brous g he t nacs H .of I nitlh aooe.n, O.MSu ddoIn7
1080 sq overlooking lake! to its great potentials. has a large open area with several office areas. Make an ........................
Large Backyard with deck PRICE REDUCEDII a ointmenttoda Priced 59900 MLS#249124 LadlyweWbuilt homeInWinWtnHr heshubdlilnion.
perfect for relaxing! Kitchen This large 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home ha s Ioa sopace
and baths have had some MLS# 249016 $33,500. This prestigious 4BR/3ol room, forl ning ro
updates! Living room and This prestigious 4BR/3.5BA t- nomin nroom i nd ibd
Master bedroom overlook home in North Oaks bn p ote in eainr ml the arpo1o r
the W\ater! Fireplace in Beve Thom as Subdivision shows well md owhroomTwhould bedmoian o
living rooml MLS #24750T from the timesyou enter the r extra torage.The home its on a large 1.8+/ are
Realtor foyer! Sunken LR, Ig kitchen camer lot. Other feelures indude, pass through window from kiLhen to family room, nice pine pneling
SEVERAL UPDATES IN with new .s. refrig. & dishwasher, new stovetop, plenty of cabinets and a in a bdrooms ma beeo centsiintheentrywayandbeheoomesuchasiflaringandshowarswrounds.
THIS 3/2 Home with 850-209-5211 breakfast area. Beautiful crown molding throughout home. Upstairs bed/ 5t,5,.00.ML .2473.
S1322 sq Ht! Front porch Jbath with large multi-purpose room. This is a must see! Priced at $289,000 r h.. bp kmu.molla r a .. Hutem lea reda rom.. h
1322 sqi ft! Front porch lhh.2h.SO.tortfnr-Hmdh mmrbedwA.
to relax on. Carpet, MLS#248914 na ose, e wood an e Oag the
tite and woed floor.eg. JMraMOtr t kloond, end samed an 3 aemi the aostl e
Sunroom off the back. Highly visible on HWY 71, with e fana ortk nd.hipi hmel', a hoas d
Sw12000+ sq ftf metal bldg Ind21rLdesteilaueae;mR e
Located on Hwy 90 in with offices, mtg room, Ig 2 oantorag IU in ham
Sneads. With a Little TLC display room, parts display MlnulStrll.S138,888 .M 245299
this home can be yours! counter, tall sign pole out ..................... ................................
front, [g warehouse space Ti esaGteamyhomet i ane ttloinn raaesie,PL]hh
in the back w/ roll up doors, partially fenced, al a areous wpadd aiuhomein p alloro ionj a gFhing
N0 WATSON HEIGHT! Large property of up to 140+ acres. Property has numerous potential uses. Make ithamlidrooan d3 ullbathoerno ah
4/3.5 Brick home with over an appointment today! Priced at $495.000 MLS#247339 diaarrenemearanteandagl3teie31
2300 sq fi under air located on di eerf are h n "e n endmon ba r man pernte
h qn e" oinin..hoe o h ago y ki n d lnel n
1.23 acres! Below ground Pool WATERFROiNT ON MERRITS. nd ora.ueapne.ta
with nice patio areal Wood MILL POND! Retreat from ,f arooa
burning fireplace, Huge Kitchen .............................................
with center island! Large everyday pressures to this ,- ,O ahaitaomy,,
Family room with formal Living unique waterfront home w/ 3,mOanneaWdol/ na e.1 qhm*,
and Dining! Needs some TLC. gorgeous views. 3BR/28A, ussa ti ooe d~mormal
big window views from each ioep,3Stnatoemo,.odaUaGE edpdo td
DOWNTOWN LIVING IN bedroom, new carpet, boat dock, dock, 2workshop's, paved driveway, secluded areTLC basa dahome be a eedoi ouo lYo mo
S CHATTAHOOCHEE. Lovely from main road. Fishing, boating, diving, swimming, etc. Beautiful clear spring ,hlkethekindoe rimenallsudtean ie
4/2 1/2, 2 story home with QUALITY SHINES waterfed. Brin allers!Allfor $24900 MLS#248162
over 1900 sq ft under air. The THROUGH in this custom -ul 4 bedramm 3 b home ia oade of
master bedroom is on the first built home where no expense 21/2 acr wthn The prape idu 14.37 oma
all the etra MS #24884 nd lenty of cainetsin itchen, Road about 250 Ie a rbrgeod t f
floor and all other 3 bedroom was spored. Features include walking distance f t e= k h, o rth o b h i h, o l
are upstairs. This hom e sits Cwrion counte r in kitchen and of Lake Sem inole. m, a, I oom c Ire
on a hill or a corner lot/ Very
.private yard. Newer home wl t extraS Steinle / l ces Located on Howeldd rR ,t oH l. e d -i ,ott n ,t o .clor ubsl
............all the extras. MILS #248849 and ity of cabinets in titchen, Road, about 25ao r and a ia rgn Jant tub.
was her and dryer and great yards from the public boat ramp. Exc. location for a The eoirelmgatiebdmom aihol d ndilbathroom.largeepbomnolaednearabod
LOCATED ON A CORNERI Large d fishing camp or a beautiful lake retreat. Minutes from ddioealornge.S299,oo.MLs248946
3 or 4 Bedrom 3 bath home has room with lighted trli ng Three Rivers State Park. Add' land available. Drive by .................................. ad . r
almost 1900 sq to under airl The plus plantation blinds, Jacuzzi tub and so much more. Home is today! Priced at only $35,000 MLS #248859 Art re aio i hearo e
Huge living room, with 2 Master handicap accessible and sprayed insulation in walls, ceiling and low ilnohtar mtl e,
bedrooms. Screened Porch, energy glass windows makes the home energy efficient. and amoa and adn h ien.r mbbe-.
Laundry Room. Sitting on 5 city MLS# 248415 $154,900. 140 acres of which 40 acres q e anne n l gr
lots and has a beautiful backyard acres in conservation Built in pofrooyea
& a0re sn y 0andlenmltba22 d ,epih yi r rt m ayon.
with a 24x24 Outbuilding/Shop! 2006 this custom 2977', 3 bdrm e an
Sold AS-IS. MLS #248168 hdwdCecil POWell h, o hs hd floorsus mo
SMALL FLOWING CREEK a end. workshop wlbdrm, horse bam w/3 stalis & 1 paddock, partial lyfened party ross I nytmodemopen floor plan .newk.den
with a 3/2 Home with Realtor cend for e s by 892 acre of WaterMgmt poperty b0rdered by Holmes mebeautful ied bap m, riteokeno
aprox 1960 sq ft. Open 206-718-9049 ithes he a re hm rn Roori bhirae
Kitchen area to Family hUd.dbin thbe men rng crew, tinin the batheroms,
room. Split Bedroom This rolling hill 40-ac. ,anpiatehdr eahoopend d o,
on the 2nd ft. -nd n ground a k oor rovered pSan r
Plan. Located on 10 acr driveway takes you to a and en mirt em aI n eon themle orni tb ae p denorenitieo. br aunn d ee udah
New on market so call for Beautiful 1 Acre Wterfront 5500o 5BR/3BA home ho e.s450,00o.MLS#2451997
ListPrice. Lot in Spring Chose that is unfinished! Ha .
Subdivision. Located on a Cul- upstairs bonus mom w/addtl room and apprx. 1000' basement. A metal B WbARFROT htomt e oo Mnta pond in
de-Sac, ond next to another roof, wrap-around porches, in-ground gunite pool, 2 detached storage hmh uni uaoeo uress auch Omlargeh~ hnte dbd
ENJOY BEAUTIFUL I beautiful waterfront home! bldgs/apt.. Includes a m.h. on property. Property is half-cleared with a pores, wilh parftaoflthemrned foryearoundue,
SUNSETS ON SUN LAKE. fisho ndand a creek aonit. Adealfor$268,000! MLS#248976 rootne puheddin~ ,x ornte ffiena e,
2/2 With aprox 1344 MLS# 249101 $94,500. and oendnoy laAspog oun gondmflm. Youwlke
Sq Ft. Screened porch ALFORD AND ROUND Location, location, kt npa imnnealy o no hoeedeo;
overlooking water. Located LAKE AREA Nice mobile location this medical oalols n Adroomdoublesmsferoomu[ rro lhernd lheres
on' 1:35 acres. Sun Lake is home on 20 Acres of wood land, office complex has 1530' coseaod"r in goi ibeharl e ee alorrtbsdom foroddonlwing maeobwh hawdl rpoer
an 80 acre Bass Lake. Pier located on Mill Pond Rd. n0xt to & is close to the hospital. oveDlooki g thewOe. $310,000.MLS#249103
and dock to fish on! New the Historic Kent Mill, one of only .Renovated w/new metal SHRTA. togntuu....deh.d. h...t.i5.n.lleDs....
on market so call today 4 working, water run Grist Mills roof. Has 5 exam rms, 3 baths, waiting area, check-in area, & exec. office. id al~ hoam tIe s rten in 2012 ,nih oo
for price! in Florid. Currently leased on a month-to-month basis. Exc. income producer or use b-he dn, refohtwdf edenaplereNoTh home
LARGE FAMILY MLS# 248634 $65,000 foryourownbusiness! PRICED AT$137,500 MLS#248189 fanoaernddsa~hagtftnronfa dd-
living5.reasEndEbedroomARMLS#d48717 MARIANNA AREA e homenm w n w eor d e
home with a 3 car LARGE 54 hCRE OMT S t NEamninot.5900.ARM*-249121 .
garage on 2.24 TOWN with OWNER FINANCING! Here is an*ot-a md. rnFL1 0/
acres. Over 2900 his is tlhe perfed plece for opportunity to own *erLbernmri temmahm te *0oel.gn o at
sq ft with a arge your new home, or for e o home rllartin-aCrorasnLeTeorind-t4ml0agelae
living room, formal atn.acatar wonling o lorge trad to 20 acres of nice, -rrmyetbedroondhaa fulbathroM nlhobmeo.t
dining room and buildseveralhomesonneortortonne thetiselreedysubdvidedi mostly high and dry, wooded property] Not far from town. ,heetndo leb hanatbeondlh,
bcetd *evero 10mer acres near Rivernno, Road, S oy 4000throanb anrarektyromebmonknanannnrmm
21x16 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out MLS# 249266 $54,500. Priced right! Calltoday! Prced at $50,000 MLS #248919 obeto rdanmh orrnma n
living areas and bedrooms. MLS #248717 iSMARIANNA AREA -__r o syl.T/0.MiLf 249121
ND RETIL SAPCE LARGE RESIDENTIAL LOT N 4 lots- Sunny Hills, Chipley, Ft -$3,800/ea of p rtia2nFrIi) S goo
TOWN Betifully sloping, 1.710 4 lots-Mashbum Rd., Marianna, FL$12,000/ea o l i.
AHrn Homesite, neor the City of 3 acres Lake Seminole Rd.- $50,000 s m sootan e=, tee ba.ng e
MiMionno ond Merrills Mill Pond.
Mobile Homer or Site Built Romes 3 lots -Compass Lake In Hills $4,500/ea. Onntkempede, n rtS,'.
accepted. 10 acres River Road, Sneads $40,000 nrmaHr a Oinyacn. a h tto ore=/SreaBt.
MLS# 249276 $1 5,500. 13 acres Hwy 90 $174,500 pe nnraTndlas tlWSWe Vt g
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#13368 CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.........$765 #13399 CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT...................$795 #14101 CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT................$1,335
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WAS $13,995 WAS $13,995 WAS $17,995 WAS $16,995 WAS $20,995
NOW $10,995 NOW $10,995 NOW $12,495 NOW $14,995 NOW $16,495
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WAS $20,495 WAS $21,995 WAS $25,995 WAS $25,995 WAS $26,995
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WAS $26,995 WAS $28,995 WAS $29,995 WAS $30,995 WAS $33,995
NOW $24,995 NOW $24,995 NOW $26,995 NOW $26,995 NOW $29,995
10 FORD 12 CHEVROLET 08 FORD F350 11 FORD F150 12 FORD F150
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WAS $34,995 WAS $32,995 WAS $34,599 WAS $35,995 WAS $37,995
NOW $29,995 NOW $30,495 NOW $32,995 NOW $33,995 NOW $34,995
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