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Legislators talk about new Farm Bill
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER after a morning in Tallahassee talk- provision that he contributed made U.S. Congressmen
firstname.lastname@example.org ing about the new Farm Bill that will it possible for states to require able- Steve Southerland,
be in effect for the next five years, bodied adults to either work or vol- left, and Franklin
Jackson County got a visit Tuesday Last summer, Southerland put unteer 2. hours a week to a cause, or < Lucas talk to
from two U.S. Congressmen who forth an amendment related to the be in a workforce training program Baggett Farms
were deeply involved in crafting the Farm Bill's Supplemental Nutri- in order to receive SNAP benefits. co-owner Budt the
Farm Bill signed into law last week tion Assistance Program, or SNAP, Southerland spoke of that in his 3- new Farm Bill on
by President Barack Obama. today's version of the old food visit here and talked about another their visit to the
Florida representative Steve South- stamp program. Some aspects of the aspect of SNAP the cut that is es- spreadhe owns
erland and Oklahoma Rep. Frank Lu- amendment ultimately survived the timated to reduce spending in that with his fatr,
cas, chair of the House Agriculture multi-year debate that delayed pas- i Larry Baggett.
Committee, came to Baggett Farms sage of a new Farm Bill. A surviving See BILL, Page 9A DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
TURNING UP THE HEAT Man faces
Officials cut the
ribbon, open doors t 1
to Chipola's new
Special to the Floridan p ro p e rty
C hipola College of-
Sficials held an open .
house and ribbon-
cutting Tuesday, Feb. 18, c
to celebrate the opening
of the college's new weld-
ing program. From staff reports
Members of the Chipola
District Board of Trustees, A Greenwood man has been arrested
welding students and for allegedly selling a stolen car to a local
college personnel were on salvage yard.
hand for tours of the lab. According to the Jackson County Sher-
Chipola has a full class iff's Office, on Feb. 4, the agency received
of 20 students currently a report of a stolen vehicle.
enrolled in the 1,170 The victim reported that
clock-hour course which she had left the vehicle at a
can be completed in ap- friend's house on Welcome
proximately one year. Church Road in east Jack-
Byron Ward, the welding son County, until she could
career coach who helped make more permanent
establish the program, storage arrangements for Shive
says the program features the car, but the friend had
state-of-the-art weld- notified her that the vehicle was no lon-
ing equipment in a lab ger at the residence.
where hybrid learning, During the course of the investigation,
simulation technolo-, JCSO officers determined that the vehicle
gies, and open education had been sold to a local salvage yard by
resources are used in the Robert E. Shive of Greenwood.
curriculum. Onf Feb. 18, investigators obtained an
Chipola welding instruc- arrest warrant for Shive, who was charged
tor Patrick Kennedy holds with dealing in stolen property, grand
multiple certifications as a theft, and false verification of ownership
pipe welder and is a certi- to a secondary metals recycler.
fled welding inspector. He Shive was arrested Feb. 19 and booked
has worked in the nuclear into the Jackson County Correctional
power and gas pipeline Facility.
industry for more than 20
Dr. Jason Hurst was Serre Weather
quoted in a press release
about the program. "We
opportunities this new
welding program will RTCDrA storm s
See WELDING, Page 9A Greg McBride of Marianna demonstrates the use of a stick welder.
_________ ___ __ ____ -__- -_- could bring
2014 SENIOR STEER SHO Q A NSHIP strong winds
" 4 ary Katherine
.Pittma, 17, and From staff reports
L her show steer, Jackson County Emergency Manage-
Snowman, won first place at ment reports that a cold front will be
2omoving southeast across our region late
Tuesday's 2014 Senior Steer Thursday night and Friday morning:
S-Showmanship Competition, Along this fronit, there will be numer-
held at the Jackson County ous showers and thunderstorms. Some
..... ... T of these storms could be severe to the
Agriculture Center on U.S. 90. north and west Thursday afternoon and
j The Malone High School senior evening, but JCEM expects a weakening
histrend to commence as these storms move
has participated in show steer into Southeast Alabama.
; 77 :!competition for nine years, Ifanysevere storms do occur, theywould
winning the Grand Champion be isolated and "marginally" severe, with
ttetlsyasPn dlthe main threat being wind gusts from
title at last year's Panhandle 40-60 mph. The wind could result in a few
Expo. trees and/or tree limbs getting knocked
KRISTIE CLOUD / FLORIDAN down Thursday night or early Friday.
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F L O R ID A N TODAY mation, contact Ann Bryan 482-9631. ners are welcome. Call 693-0473.
} International Chat'n' Sip 8:30-10 a.m. at the a Grand Ridge Pageant deadline Today is a Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Publisher Valeria Roberts Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in the extended deadline for parents to enter their Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult
firstname.lastname@example.org Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter- children in the Grand Ridge Pageant. Please contact and teen meetings to overcome hurts, habits and
national English learners invite the public for the Heather Lewis at 209-7977 with any questions you hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
Circulation Manager- Dena Oberski exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed might have. 209-7856, 573-1r 31.
email@example.com environment. Light refreshments served. No charge. Marianna Recreation Department baseball- Ti Celebrating Black History Month 6:30-8:30
WeekdaysCall 482-9124. softball registration 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The p.m. Chipola College Culture Center, College St.,
e St.aAnne Thrift Store 9 a.m. toe p.m. at St. Marianna Educational and Recreational Expo Marianna. Sponsored by Chipola College Black
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. (MERE) location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna. Student Union and the Association of United Profes-
FAX: 850-482-4478 should receive yourCall 482-3734 or you may drop off your egistration at City Hall. sionals, Inc. Guest speaker: Elder William McCray.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org a Caregiver Support Group Meeting 11 a.m Boys and girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible Please come and enjoy the festivities while learning
Street Address: to noon in the First Presbyterian Church socian hall. to play. The fee for T-Ball is $35 for participants more about Black Slistory.
tion4437 Clinton St.. and n esdO to lal fail48y cre and $40 for Dixie Youth machine Pitchil, AAA,
4403 Constitution Lane givers providing care ianna. Allto loved ones or friends. Con- Zone and Dixie Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels, Ninth Annual Wine Tasting- 7-10 p.m. at the
Su nday mornings. Periodical postage paid roup, facilitated by a professional group Ponytails and Belles Softball will be $40. The fee Ely-Criglar House. It is hosted by the Marianna Ro-
Office Hours: counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks provided, must be paid with a check or money order; no cash tary Club and the Jackson Hospital Foundation, Inc.
will be accepted. Checks need to be made payable Tickets are $75 per couple or $37.50 per person.
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 pm. Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks to MERE. No one will be allowed to register after Make your plans to attend by calling the Jackson
Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus Feb.28. All participants must bring a copy of their Hospital Foundation at 718-2601. You must be 21
MISS YOCRIPTIONR PAPER is the local community, "Community, Children & birth certificate years of age to participate in this event.
You should receive y our newspaper no later Character" Call 526-3142 Malone Dixie Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 am. ertified Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
for th ree months; n$62.05fr sixmonths;la Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
than 6 a.m. f it does not yearrive call rics include toJim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Mariann. on Saturday at Malone Town Hall. Sign-up fee is $40 Church, 2901 Caledonia St.in Mariannd the.
tion between 6 .m.and noon, Tuesday to Call 482-2290. per child. Please bring copy of your child's birth cer-
Fsriday, and a.m. to b a.m. on Sunday. The N The Jackson County Friends of the Library tificate. If you have a ny questions contact Michael SATURDAY, FEBn. 22
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) board meeting 1 p.m. Jackson County Public Padgett at 209-1250, Lenny Weber at 209-8409 or
is published Tuesday through Friday and Library, 2929 Green St., Marianna. All members and Jamie Floyd at 569-2343. th Malone Dixe Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 a.m.
Sunday mornings.Periodical postage paid those interested in joining the Friends are invited to a Small Business Seminar"Business Finance" 4n pm.dModanathroohe TowFrida a 9 am. to noon
at Marianna, FL. n. 9 a.m.to noon at Chipola College in Room M-108 per child. Please bring copy of your child's birth
SEmployability Workshop 2:30 p.m. at of the Business and Technology building (M). Cost certificate. If you have any questions, call Michael
CRTISON R S Marianna One Stop Career Center"Job Search of seminar is $15. Participants may registeronline atat p enny Weber at 20 0 r
Essentials" is the workshop. It is free and open to at www.northfloridaabiz.com. For more information Jamie Floyde at 569-2343
Home deliversy: $1123 per month; $32.83 the public. The workshop is facilitated by ar cert call 718-2441or email email@example.com am le at 6- or
for three months; $62.05 for six months; motivatibnal career coach. Visit employflorida.com Hooks and Needles -10 am. at the Jackson The Boys to Men Choir of Jackson County,
and $123.45 forone year. All prices include to register for these informative workshops. County Public Library, Mariann Branch. New and Jackson County Youth Community Choir and the
l es He althy Start coalition Board of Directors experienced handcrafers weldome to create, share Save Our Children Black Awareness Program prac-
applicable state and local taxes. Mail Meeting- 3 p.m. EST Veterans Memorial Center, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. tices 9-11 a.m. at Pope Chapel AME Church, 4898
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail 10405 NW Theo Jacobs Lane, Bristol. Bird Walk 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Florida Caverns fBlue Springs Rd., Marianna. The Boys to Men Choir
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; ) Jackson County NAACP Meeting 5:30 p.m. in State Park. Join Florida Caverns State Park volun- of Jason oundye is open or an one as 32ntact
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47for one the St. James AME Church basement, 2891 Oalrange teers Elliott and Lesley Smith as they lead visitor s oul693 9630 or Leon Kelly 209-4310.
year. St., Marianna. Call 569-1294. on a leisurely stroll starting at the Blue Hole swim-
o VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting 6 p.m. at ming area to observe the birds of the park. Bring ) Alford Community Health Clinic Hours -10
ADVERTISING 2830 Wynn St., Marianna, with a covered-dish sup- binoculars and a picnic and enjoy the day. a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in
per. Call 372-2500. Movies at Your Public Library 4p.m. at the Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
out ors advertisements Grand Ridge Town Hall. The regular a series of five -popular feature films, during Febru- ileos anchton toend th Cins the A3o-n7
out of errors and advertisements beyond monthly Council Meeting will begin immediately ary, celebrating Black History Month, depicting ac- availae il 106 e or 209-5501); walk-ins a
the amount paid for the space actually following the close of the public hearing. For more tual events, current and historical, involving African o nin 11 m
occupied by that portion of the advertise- info call 592-4621. Public is invited. Americans. Today's movie, recommended for adults o Movies at Your Public Library- 1:30 p.m. at the
S c ero er i on only, is a tale of sex, violence, race and rock and roll Main Library on Green Street in Marianna. Third in a
ments in which the error occurred, whether Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8-9 in Chicago of the 1950s and 1960s. The film follows series of five popular feature films, during February,
such error is due to the negligence of the p.m., at First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- the exciting but turbulent lives of some of America's celebrating Black History Month, depicting actual
publisher's employees or otherwise, and donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance greatest musical legends. Free. Recommended for events, current and historical, involving African
there shall be not liabilityfor non-inser- limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; adults only. Rated R. For information about this and Americans. This inspiring and revealing drama
thrn e any advertis not abeiyon the n-ir papers will not be signed, other movies in the series stop by the library and focuses on President Lincoln's tumultuous final
tion to a advertisementonpick up a schedule or call 482-9631. months in office as this visionary leader pursues a
amount pad or su advetsemt. Ths F AY FEB 21 a Chess Club 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist course of action to end the Civil War, unite the coun-
newspaper will not knowingly accept or ) Deadline to submit pictures, business cards, Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by try and abolish slavery. Free. Rated PG13. For more
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- etc., for inclusion in the Jackson County Friends Marianna Optimist Club for students 8-18 years of information about this and other movies in the
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news of general interest free of charge. Marianna Police Department plaints, one information County.
Submit your news or Community Calendar z .^ '1-- '" call, two burglary, four ) Thomas Racaniello, 53, 5226 13th Ave.,
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or'hand delivery. The Mariana Police Department listed verbal disturbance corn- Malone, violation of state probation.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, the folblowing incidents for Feb. 18, the lat- ___ plaints, two pedestrian/ Kenny Thomas, 36, 2818 Borden St.,
anniversary and birth announcements. st available report: Two accidents with no hitchhiker complaints, one Marianna, awaiting transport to D.O.C.
Formsar lableatth Floridanoffices. injuries, one accident ith nknown inury, prowler, three woodland a Phillip Weeks, 33, 1730 Malcolm Taylor
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. ne hospice death, one suspicious vehicle fires reported, one vehicle Road, Bonifay, failure to appear.
Photographs must be of good quality and reported, one suspicious incident corn- fire reported, 25 medical calls, two traffic Chantel Mclnnis, 30, 3070 Carter Mill
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the plaint, one suspicious person complaint, crashes, one grass/brush fire, one burglary Road, Marianna, sentenced to 180 days in
right to edit all submissions one highway obstruction complaint, one alarm reported, one shooting in area corn- county jail.
GETING IT RIHT physical disturbance complaint, one verbal plaint, nine traffic stops, two larceny, eight Angelique Peterson, 31, 2530SE 67th St.,
disturbance complaint, two prowler cor- serving paerrs/ex parte, one civil dispute Ocala, sentenced to 364 days'in county
The Jackson County Floridan's policy plaints, one power lines down reported, complaint, one trespass complaint, one jail.
is to correct mistakes promptly. To six traffic stops, one larceny, one criminal follow-up complaint, three juvenile corn- Mitchell Dinisman, 32, 4320 Derring St.,
report an error, please call 526-3614 mischief, one civil dispute, one trespass, plaints, one noise disturbance, four animal Marianna, nonpayment of child support.
Monday-Friday. one follow-up investigation, five property/ complaints, two fraud, 11 property/build- Gregory Whitehead, 40, 6731 Green
building checks, three calls to assist other ing checks, two public service calls and one Road, Sneads, violation of conditional
agencies, one public service call, one finger criminal registration. release (disorderly intoxication) and failure
S r rprinting and one home security check. to appear.
f f- Gr\\ ~Jackson County n Nicholas Ferguson, 24, 3441, NW 5th
Jackson County Sheriffs Office Correctional Facility Court, Lauderhill, failure to appear.
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Th a o county fire/rescue reported the foaowing The following persons were booked into Jall Population: 188
t J JC incidents for Feb. 18, the latest available the county jail during the latest reporting
greport: One drunk pedestrian, one abanv pe Charles Merser, 57, 1144 Cottonwood To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
doned vehicle, seven suspicious vehicles local law enforcement agency. To report a wildlife violation,
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OPTIMISTS lELCOME Seminar on business
NEWmist Crd finance set at Chipola
Special to the Floridan the lender to include terms, conditions
and collateral requirements. The seminar
Chipola College will offer a small also will cover credit cards, crowd-fund-
business seminar, "Business Finance," ing, micro-loans, rural ag loans, alterna-
s Y rslf Friday, Feb. 21, from 9 a.m. to noon, in tive loan programs and equity investors.
s y pc, Room M-108 of the Business and Tech- Cost of the seminar is $15. Participants
TO* l'' ~ to e nology building (M). The seminar will may register online at www.northflorid-
covet grants, personal loans, lines of abiz.com.
credit, small business loans, SBA guar- The first six Chipola students to sign
anteedloans 7(a), SBA504, building and up will receive free admission. Students
long-term equipment loans. Topics will should contact Elissa Severson at 718-
include: how lenders evaluate loans; 2441 or sign up in Building M, (108).
structuring loans to match the business For information, call Severson at 718-
need; how develop a plan to present to 2441 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CareerSource Chipola celebrates
launch of unified workforce brand
SUBMITTEDPHOTO Special to the Floridan their new brand names As part of the brand
Marianna Beef 'O'Brady's owner Scott O'Brien (right) was H mr and logos, launch, we have rede-
Historic change marks Board Chair Raymond signed our website which
recently welcomed as the newest member of the Marianna the brand transition of Russell stated, "The new can be found at www.ca-
S Optimist Club. O'Brien commented that he is proud to be the Chipola Regional brand will help those em- reersourcechipola.com.
in Marianna and proud to be a member of the Optimist Club. He says Workforce Develop- ployers and job seekers At Monday's statewide
in Marianna and proud to be a member of the Optimist Club. He says ment Board as part of a throughout the region launch event in Miami,
he believes in being an active part of the community and believes statewide initiative to and state recognize the workforce, business and
strongly in the Optimist mission of developing the youth of our com- improve awareness and services that are available community leaders ap-
.He is seenh hs sg m enhance services for job under the statewide uni- plauded the national
munity. He is seen here with his ponsoring member, Jack Hollis. seekers and employers. versal brand. For many branding achievement.
Following 15 months years our board has made This milestone is being
of research and develop- the employers in the re- marked by a series of spe-
ment, including input gion a priority in support- cial public events through-
from local businesses ing business growth which out Florida this month to
and job seekers, Career- creates opportunities for drive greater awareness
Source Chipola, former- our talented workforce." of job search and career
ly the Chipola Regional Florida is the first state development services and
Workforce Development to unify its workforce sys- highlight ongoing efforts -
settles m useum law suit Board Inc., announces tem brand among all of its by a dedicated profession-
the official launch of workforce boards state al team to connect job
The Associated Press . its new brand name to and local and career seekers and employers.
better align Florida's centers. The rebranding "Moving to a single, dis-
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. nationally recognized effort was initiated to pro- tinctive identity takes our
-"To Kill a Mockingbird" workforce system and vide greater clarity and workforce development
author Harper Lee has set- improve customer consistency for job seek- network to the next level,
tied the federal lawsuit she .awareness and use of ers and employers in need clearly communicating
filed against a museum in services, of employment, training, to our business and job-
her south Alabama home- CareerSource Chipola career advancement, re- seeking customers that
town over its sale of sou- is a leader in the Career- cruiting, hiring and other we have the professional
venirs featuring her name :Source Florida network talent development and resources to support their
and the title of her book, serving Calhoun, Holm- placement services, success, wherever they are
court documents show. e.s, Jackson, Liberty and "We've' always been in Florida," said Career-
An attorney for the Ala- Washington counties. proud of the services we Source Florida President/
bama native filed a motion Across the state today, provide, and this new CEO Chris Hart IV.
Tuesday in federal court all 24 regional workforce brand will make it easier CareerSource Florida
in Mobile saying Lee had organizations, the nearly for employers and individ- is the new name for both
reached an agreement 100 career centers they uals to find us and access the statewide network
with the Monroe Coun- direct, along with the our services" Richard Wil- and the state board, for-
ty Heritage Museum in state workforce board, liams, executive director merly known as Workforce
Monroeville. are now operating with of CareerSource Chipola. Florida Inc.
The settlement notice
came days after a judge
refused to dismiss the law- -Local Briefs Ph i ip
suit, filed last fall, that said
the museum uses Lee's Strawberry sale interested in attending,
a nd would like to take part cek t .
name and the title of her Sneads Elementary nd would like to take part
Pulitzer Prize-wning School is having its an- in the planned activities,
novel without compensat- Schal is having its an- please contact Joyce Spen-
ing her. coment nual strawberry sale cer-Harvey at 592-2368,
The document didnon Tuesday, March 18. Lillie Spentcer-Bryant at
provide details on the These strawberries will 573-8190, Annie Bellamy-
settlement, and a lawyer be coming fresh from Cobb at 482-3120 or Tam-
for the museum, Matthew THEASSOCIATED PRESSFILE the farm in Plant City. mie Blount 526-0160 for Carat The FIVE C's
Goforth, declined to com- In this Aug. 20, 2007, photo, "To Kill a Mockingbird" author The cost is $15 per flat further information. Color
ment Wednesday. He cited Harper Lee smiles during a ceremony honoring the four new (cash only, no checks Clarity
the terms of settlement members of the Alabama Academy of Honor at the Capitol in accepted). All orders Cut
tete sosetteent. Montgomery, Ala. must be prepaid. Your Need a place to CONFIDENCE
An attorney for Lee didn't order must be placed have a yard sale? Marianna's Most
immediately return a mes- recreated the Monroe book when it is used on at Sneads Elementary If you want to have a Trusted Jeweler
sage seeking comment. County Courthouse, where clothing. The museum by March 13. Please call yard sale and don't have Trsted Jewel
A judge would have to the museum is located. opposed the applica- the school at 482-9003 a place to have it, call the Est. 1971
approve anysettlement., The museum includes tion, saying souvenir sales for more information. Veterans of Foreign Wars. Uatso n
Lee, 87, has had a stroke a gift shop that has sold were vital to its continued Thank you for your They are open Friday and
and lives in Monroeville book-related souvenirs in- operation. help and support of our Saturday every weekend oEmOLOEoSrs
after years of splitting time cluding clothing. Now, the museum has school. for this project. If inter-
between the town of 28,000 The lawsuit said the mu- changed its website name ested, call Wallace at 209- 850.482.4037
and NewYork. seum took advantage of to http://www.monroe Spencer Family 1797 or Steve at 209-0065. watsonjewelers.com
Lee's lone published nov- Lee's trademarks to sell countymuseum.org. Items Reunion planned
el, released in 1960, tells souvenirs and wrongly aren't offered for sale on- plne
the story of small-town used the title of the book line. The site says the gift All the relatives of Sp-ene F- '
lawyer Atticus Finch,. his as a website address with- shop "offers dozens of cus- Louise Spencer-Bryant, Any Uit in Stock! Apply & BuyHere
two children and the strug- out any compensation, tom items available ONLY the late Irene Spen-
gle against racial prejudice The museum took in more in Monroeville." cer-Williams, Plassie
and injustice in the Jim than $500,000 in 2012, the The website says the Spencer-Bellamy, Rosa ,
Crow Solth. Considered a lawsuit said. Goforth pre- shop has "a great selection Lee Spencer and Laura .I I-
modern classic, the book viously said the museum of books and memorabilia Spencer are cordially
was turned into a movie earned $28,566 from mer- about Harper Lee" and Tru- invited to the second Lclly owned and operated sie 1968
of the same name starring chandise sales that year. man Capote, a childhood annual Spencer Family Gerald use & Lee ouse
Gregory Peck. Lee filed the lawsuit after friend of Lee who also lived Reunion to be held on Highway 90 East PO Box 896 Marianna, FL 32447
The set for the movie's seeking a federal trade- inMonroeville andwent on Friday, June 20, and Sat- phone (850) 482-5056 toll free (888)482-5056
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BY DUSTIN KENT "We didn't make our free "Some of it is being young and we've tried to sell them," Blanton
firstname.lastname@example.org throws down the stretch when beinginthatkindofmoment," he said. "We had a good team and
The Marianna Bulldogs saw it mattered and they made some said. "They've been in that spot a good year, but (the Crusaders)
a season with championship that were crucial," Bulldogs before, but they're still young. were just better than us (Tues-
promise come to an abrupt end coach Travis Blanton said after Next time, I would hope and ex- day). We had our chances but
Fridaynight in Pensacola, as they the game. "We had a chance to pect that they would be able to didn't make the most of it and
fell to the district rival Pensacola make some late in the game and manage that moment better and they did. I hate it for our kids.
Catholic Crusaders 60-54 in the we didn't." I think they will. You look at how It's a great group and they had a
Class 4A Regional Semifinals. The game was close through- the game ended and most inex- great year. They've got nothing
It was the second straight win out, with Catholic leading 32-28 perienced teams do what we did to hang their heads about."
in the series for the Crusad- midway through the third quar- and a lot of experienced teams The Bulldogs can now only
ers, who also beat the Bulldogs ter before a wet floor caused an do what Catholic did." look to next year when they'll re-
in Marianna for the District 1 extended delay in the action. Dajuan Moorer added 15 turn four of five starters and six
championship Feb. 8. When the teams got back to it, points for the Crusaders, with of their top eight players and will
Junior forward Daniel Laster Marianna closed the gap to two Antwain Adams scoring nine. have their sights set on making a
was the star in the district title after three quarters before even- Shaquarious Baker led Marian- run at Lakeland.
win with 23 points and he led tually taking the lead at 44-42 na with 21 points, while Herman "One thing about it is the ex-
the way again Tuesday with 19, midway through the fourth. Williams added 11 and Jamel pectations will be high, not only
as the Crusaders used a 7-1 run The Bulldogs led 51-50 with Johnson eight. from me but from the kids and
in the final 1:20 to pull away in two minutes to play, but the Catholic improved to 22-7 the community," Blanton said.
the end. Crusaders tied it up at 53 with with the win, while the Bulldogs' "That's going to be tough be-
The difference in that run and 80 seconds to play before taking season comes to an end despite cause of the standard these guys
for the whole fourth quarter was control from there. taking just their third loss in 29 set this year, but that's a good PHOTO BY LORIENABLE
free throw shooting, with Catho- Blanton said his team in the contests. thing. Often times, the higher Pensacola Catholic's Daniel Laster
lic knocking in 15-of-19 from fourth quarter looked very "It's tough, and for our seniors you set the bar for yourself the (22) tries to block a shot attempt
the charity stripe in the final much like a group with more you have a little extra hurt be- better you perform. This was a by Marianna's Roderick Copeland
period while Marianna was just sophomores than seniors on the cause of the time they've invest- hard pill to swallow, but hope- during a playoff game Tuesday night
4-of-13. roster. ed in us and believing in what fully it will motivate our kids." in Pensacola.
PREP BSLKETB LL
Tigers top Hornets
Malone shoots its way
into regional final
BY DUSTIN KENT
MALONE Senior guard Alonze Bailey
scored a season-high 20 points and An-
twain Johnson added 19 more to lift the PHOTO BYJENNIFER BASFORD
Malone Tigers to a 66-42 win over Cotton- Paxton's William Anderson puts
dale in Tuesday night's Class 1A Regional up a shot over Sneads defenders
Semifinal matchup. Devonte Pettus (10) and Alphonso
With the win, Malone (24-4) advanced Brown (23) during a playoff game
to Friday's Regional Final meeting with Tuesday night in Sneads.
the Paxton Bobcats for a trip to the state
semifinals in Lakeland.
The Tigers earned that spot with a bril- P a to n
liant shooting performance, particularly
in the first and third quarters when they
outscored the Hornets by a combined
Bailey in particular helped put the game
away with an incredible shooting display
in the third period, knocking down five of _____
the tedm's six three-pointers in the quar-
ter to turn a 10-point margin into a 53-30
lead going into the fourth. dBY DUSTIN KENT
"We talked about in the lead up to the
game how there would be so much at- The Sneads Pirates' improb-
tention on Chai (Baker) and (Johnson) able run through the postseason
and we needed other guys to step up and came to a stunning end Tuesday
make plays," Malone coach Steven Welch night at home, as a big fourth-
said after the game. "Bailey stepped up quarter comeback was spoiled
and had a great night, and Chancellor by a buzzer-beating shot by
Lockett hit a couple of big threes as well. Austin Carnley to lift the Paxton
But I was real proud of Bailey for stepping Bobcats to a 52-50 win in a Class
up like he did." 1A Regional Semifinal matchup.
Malone started its offensive onslaught The Bobcats led by 10 points
from the opening tip, with Baker drilling at halftime and took a 41-33 lead
a three-pointer on the Tigers' first posses- into the fourth quarter before ex-
sion and Bailey adding triple moments tending the margin back to dou-
later. ble digits early in the period.
Cottondale answered with a three from Sneads stormed back to tie the
KadeemWebb and an offensive put-back KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN game at 52 in the waning sec-
by Kyshon All, but Malone reeled off 12 Malone's Antwain Johnson glides in for a layup during a playoff game against Cottondale on onds, but the Bobcats' leading
straight points after that to take control. Tuesday night in Malone. scorer Carnley drove to the bas-
A banked in three-pointer from Xavier ket and scored on a tough finish
Gray started the run, with Baker add- third to give Malone a 20-point lead with "That's what you always worry about as time expired on both the game
ing a three-point play, Johnson a pull-up 5:03 on the clock. over here is them getting hot and hitting and the Pirates' season.
jumper, and Lockett a basket in close to Bailey's fourth and fifth three-pointers a bunch of shots," he said. "Give the Bai- With the win, Paxton (26-3) ad-
make it 18-5. of the third the last coming on a 2-on-1 ley kid credit. He hit some big shots and vanced to Friday's Regional Semi-
Back to back thunderous dunks by John- fast break put the Tigers up 48-24. we just couldn't get enough momentum final where it will take on district
son put the Tigers up 24-7 after one quar- The biggest lead of the night came early because we couldn't finish at the bucket. rival Malone for the fourth time
ter, but the Hornets fought back to cut the in the fourth when a put-back by Lockett We missed too many free throws and too this season.
deficit to 10 with a strong second quarter made it 57-32. many shots at the rim." SHS (9-19) saw a strange and
capped off by a last-second three-pointer Malone made nine three-pointers on Cottondale was 15-of-29 at the free unpredictable year come to a
from Tre Lee to make it 31-21 at the break. the night compared to just three for Cot- throw line, while Malone was 7-of-9. close, as the Pirates started the
The momentum was short-lived, how- tondale, which was one of Hornets coach Webb and Lee each had 11 points to year 0-7 and 2-14 before rallying
ever, as Bailey opened up the third with Chris Obert's primary concerns leading lead the Hornets, who finished the year late to win the District 2 champi-
back to back triples, and then added a into the game. at 11-14. onship with wins over Graceville,
Altha, and Cottondale.
Chipola men, women claim big wins at Tallahassee
BY DUSTIN KENT won't have to share the crown and forced 33 turnovers. the Indians after a pair of TCC "(After falling behind 11), we
email@example.com with anyone. Aariel Allen led TCC with 14 three-pointers earlyin the second called timeout and just needed to
The Chipola men's and women's Diamonisha Sophus and Rahni points and 14 rebounds. half gave the Eagles a 44-33 lead, regroup and refocus and relax,"
basketball teams each picked up Bell each scored 14 points to lead The Lady Indians can complete but Chipola fought back to cut the Chipola coach Patrick Blake said.
a pair of big road victories in Tal- the Lady Indians, who won for the a perfect conference season with deficit to three with over 11 min- "I thought our guys showed a lot
lahassee on Tuesday night, with 16' straight time to improve to 27- a win Saturday at home against utes to go before eventuallytaking of resiliency and togetherness to
the men earning a 67-64 win that 1 overall and 11-0 in conference. No. 7 Northwest Florida State. the lead in the final two minutes, come back from that deficit."
kept them in a first-place tie in Evelyn Akhator added 11 points, For the No. 20 Chipola men (21- Trailing by two with 6.3 seconds Sam Cassell, Jr. led Chipola with
the Panhandle Conference stand- eight rebounds, and seven steals 5 overall, 7-4 in the Panhandle), left, the Eagles had a chance to tie 26 points and Carlos Morris add-
ings and the women clinching the to help spearhead another spec- Tuesday's game held much more with Earvin Morris at the foul line ed 19, while Earvin Morris topped
league title outright with a 55-38 tacular defensive effort by Chipo- at stake, with the Indians needing for a one-and-one, but he missed TCC with 14 points, with Camer-
win. la, which is allowing just 48.2 a victory to stay even in the loss the front end and Chipolasecured on Dozier and Dirk Williams each
The No. 4 Lady Indians had al- points per game in Panhandle column with Pensacola State (7- the rebound and made 1-of-2 free scoring 10.
ready clinched a share of the title competition. 4 in conference) and Northwest throws to go up by three. Chipola can clinch a playoff
and the No. 1 seed for the state In Tuesday's game, the Lady Florida State (6-4 before Wednes- Tallahassee's last-second heave berth and at least a share of the
tournament with a 69-30 win Indians held TCC to 29.7 percent day's home game with Gulf Coast for the tie was no good and the Panhandle Conference title with a
over Gulf Coast State on Feb. 11, shooting from the field, including State). Indians escaped with a huge win at home Saturday over North-
but Tuesday's victory means they 2-of-12 from the three-point line, Things were looking bleak for victory. west Florida State. L
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Obituaries Outgoing FSU head apologizes to trustees
Corey-Kerlin Playhouse Daycare Center
Funeral Home and cared for over 400 chil- The Associated Press will replace Barron and
1426 Rowe Ave. dren in Jackson County. how long it will take to
Jacksonville, FL 32208 Nana was very passionate ALLAHASSEE O conduct a search for a new
904/768-2596 about making a difference TALLA SSEE Out- president.
firstname.lastname@example.org in the lives of her children. goig Florida State Uni- geologist, has
Many of her children versity President Eric Barren ost hs
Phoebe Ann brought their children back Barron apologized on spent most of his career
Phoe e beto her daycare to be cared Wednesday to trustees at academic institutions,
Davis for by Nana. for finding out through including 20 years at Penn
JoAnne was an active the media that he was in State, while the two FSU
Phoebe Ann Davis, 72, member of Trinity Baptist line to take the top job at presidents who preceded
of Jacksonville, Florida, Church, served as a board Penn State University. him had long-running po-
passed away Monday, Feb- member for Habitat for Barron made his brief litical connections.
ruary 17, 2017. Humanity and volunteered to r i e Bense, whose son-in-
She is survived by her wherever she could make a apology during an emer- Bense, whose son-in-
She is survived by her gency meeting of FSU law is the current Florida
mother, Lucile H. Davis of difference. She loved to gency meeting of FSU law is the current Florida
Alford, FL; a sister, Frances collect antiques and De- trustees who must now House speaker, said that
(Kenneth) Melvin of Maria- pression glass, enjoyed gar- find someone to take THEASSOCIATEDPRESS SO far he has not heard
na, FL; brothers, Vick dening and caring for her over the school in the Eric Barron speaks to the media after being unanimously from any politicians inter-
(Mary) Davis of Panama flowers. JoAnne was middle of a major fund- voted in to become the University's 18th president Monday in ested in the job, although
City, FL, William (Colleen) "spunky" and always saw raising campaign and the State College, Pa. he noted "there's a lot of
Davis of Weeki Wachee, FL the good in everyone. renewal of the school's rumors out there." Bense
and Donald (Kay) of Grand JoAnne is survived by her accreditation. he had not gotten "official Penn State job in May, al- said he would like some-
Ridge, FL. loving husband: Robert Eu- Penn State appointed confirmation" that Barron though his last day at FSU one who has an academic
She was preceded in gene "Poppi or Gene" Hes- is April 2. background, while also
death by her father, Joseph ter" her two sons and Barron on Monday, but was leaving, is April 2. background, while also
P. Davis, a brother, Jimmy, spouses Donald Eugene & news about the pending Bense told trustees that FSU trustees did vote to understanding a need to
andister, Ellen. Neenah Hester; David Al- decision began to circu- it became clear to him that waive a clause in Barron's "walk the halls" of the Flor-
Phoebe was well-loved in lan Hester & Karen Gause, late Friday after media he was not going to be able contract that required him ida Capitol.
the Jacksonville area and of Marianna, FL; her sister, reports surfaced in Penn- to talk Barron into staying. to turn in his resignation "In Florida the political
employed as part of the Lucille Otis; and brother, sylvania. Barron had not Barron is getting a com- notice 180 days ahead of process in higher educa-
kitchen staff at Jacksonville William Doffer, both of told trustees yet that he pensation package that far time. Barron's departure tion is very important,"
University for 10 years be- West Palm Beach, FL. She was seeking the position. exceeds what he was mak- date will come halfway said Bense.
fore her retirement. She also is survived by four "Itcertainlywasnotmy ing at FSU. The Tallahas- through the annual ses- Several trustees, noting
w as a member of the granddaughters: Danielle intent to have it emerge see school was paying him sion of the Florida Legisla- Barron had a bachelor's
Church. A celebration off 1Hopewell, VA; Catherine that way," Barron said. a base salary of slightly ture, which provides a large degree from FSU, said they
life memorial service is Brie Hester, of Salem, VA; Allan Bense, a former more than $400,000 but share of FSU funding. would like to try to get an
scheduled for February 26, Rosanna Marie & Ronnie Florida House speaker in the last three years he But Barron is sticking alumnus for the job.
2014 at Alford Baptist Johnson; and Elizabeth and chairman of the FSU earned bonuses worth an- around long enough to Trustees did not establish
Church, at 10:30 am. Erin-Marie Hester of Ma- board, acknowledged other $556,000. Penn State help with a campus visit a firm timeline for picking
rianna, FL; and seven Barron told him more has given him a five-year by a regional accrediting a new president, although
great-grandchildren (6 than a week ago that he contract worth $1 million body. FSU should learn by Bense said he plans to ap-
boys and 1 girl); and nu- was a finalist for the po- a year. the end of the year whether point a search committee
Serous cousins, nieces, sition but that he had Barron said the job was it is deserving of maintain- in the next two weeks. FSU
Marianna Chapel nephews & special friends agreed to keep it secret. an opportunity that he ing its accreditation. also plans to name an in-
3960 Lafayette Street ily is requesting that dona- Bense put out a state- could not turn down. He is The key question terim president at a meet-
Marianna, Florida 32446 tions be made to the Child- ment last week that said scheduled to take over the remains, however, who ing scheduled in March.
Phone 850-526-5059 ren's Ministry of Trinity- --
Baptist Church, 3023 Penn-
JoAnne Marie sylvania Avenue, Marian-
na, Florida 32446, as Nana
Do r Hester truly loved all the little chil-
dren of the world.
Visitation and Funeral
Services will be held at
Trinity Baptist Church,
3023 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Marianna, FL, on Friday,
February 21, 2014. Visita-
tion will begin at 10:00 a.m.
and the Funeral Service at
11:00 a.m. Burial will fol-
low at Riverside Cemetery,
in Marianna, FI. Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home is in
JoAnne Marie Doffer Hes- charge of arrangemenfs.
ter, age 75, of Marianna, Expressions of sympathy
Florida, passed away on may be submitted online at
Tuesday, February 18, www.mariananchapelfh.com.
2014, at her home on Russ Marianna Chapel Funeral
Street. Home is in charge of ar-
She was bom in rangements.
Kewanee, IL, to the late
William Doffer and Velda
Brubaker, on July 10, 1938.
JoAnne graduated from
Jackson County Adult Edu-
cation in 1979. She married Artistic Designs Unimited Inc.
Robert Eugene Hester in Your Local Florist and Gifts
1957, and they lived to- 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna
gether in West Palm Beach, 850-372-4456 PHOTOS BY KRISTIE CLOUD / FLORIDAN
FL, before relocating to Michael's Toggery Chipola College held an open house for their new welding program Tuesday. Tours of the facility, welding demonstrations and
Marianna in 1966. Funeral Appropriate Attire a ribbon cutting were part of the event.
JoAnne (Nana Hester) 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna
was the owner of JoAnne's 850-482-8647
State Brief Welding
From Page 1A
Man gets Jife two weeks after she served provide for the citizens in our dis-
sentence for him with divorce papers. trict. Welding is a targeted occupa-
Slobodan Dragic testi7 tion that offers high wages and excel-
killing wife fled that he didn't remem- lent benefits," he said,
WEST PALM BEACH -A ber shooting his wife but The welding program is made pos-
South Florida man has acknowledged he must sible through a grant awarded to the
been sentenced to life in have done it. His attorneys Alabama/Florida Technical Employ-
prison for killing his wife. argued that Dragic simply ment Network (AF-TEN). Chipola,
A Palm Beach County snapped and that there L.B. Wallace, Northwest Florida
judge sentenced 49-year- was no premeditation State, Pensacola State and Wallace
old Slobodan Dragic on involved in the shooting. Community College formed the
Wednesday after a jury Assistant State Attor- consortium that was awarded a $10
found him guilty of first- ney Adrienne Ellis told million grant by the U.S. Department
degree murder. the Palm Beach Post that of Labor's Employment and Training
Authorities say the the couple's son and two Administration. The grant supports
Bosnian immigrant fatally daughters can finally have colleges that provide training for
shot Jelena Dragic as she closure and move on. advanced manufacturing jobs. Each
was preparing to leave for college shares a portion of the grant.
work in September 2010, The Associated Press Chipola's share is $1.6 million. Nate Prietz cuts steel with a track torch during the open house.
Bij1 Southerland said the cuts of $90 amonth. situations where run-off is safety nets available in the paid if the actual whole-
ill will affect only about four Southerland said making likely in a given project. new Farm Bill. The choice farm revenue is below the
percent of the people who this cut caused minimal Southerland and Lu- they -make will commit Farm Bill's revenue guar-
From Page 1A receive SNAP benefits. disruption of benefits for cas also talked about the them to the five-year term antee for a given crop year.
Farm Bill element by about Since SNAP calculations most families, and he es- changesto farm safetynets. of the Farm Bill. Southerland and Lucas
$8 billion over a 10-year are based in part on how timated that only about 4 The bill in most instances One program is price- said they believe farmers,
period. much utility assistance percentofrecipientswould does away with the old based and applies on a in general, are supportive
Some bill analyists say a family receives, some be affected. direct-payment support crop-by-crop basis, while of. this change, because
that cut will largely be states were authorizing $1 Southerland also talked systems that participating the other is based on over- they only want what's fair
realized from closing a worth of utility assistance about changes in the Farm farmers have been allot- all revenue and applies to to cover their losses.
loop-hole in the bill that to many families in order Bill that helped the timber ted in the past. Portions all products on the farm. The bill also calls for the
a handful of states not to kick in additional SNAP industry. The bill clari- of the old cotton program The price-based pay- Secretary of Agriculture to
including Florida used benefits. The new Farm Bill fies that foresters will not payments will continue ments occur if the market draw up detailed plans on
to increase the amount of now says that the SNAP ex- have to file for non-point through crop year 2014 price for a crop falls lower how to identify and elimi-
SNAP benefits a household tra benefits will not be au- pollution run-off permits and 2015 in a transitional than the target price set for nate from the safety-net
could receive. Southerland thorized unless the house- related to their work in program as cotton moves the product in the Farm programs any acreage that
alluded to that in his talk hold gets atleast $20 worth the vicinity of a temporary into a new, free-standing Bill. For peanuts, the target has been covered in the
with reporters and others of utility assistance. This forestry road. Previously, kind ofpayment program. price is $535 a ton; that's farm bills of the past but
who were on hand when change will reduce SNAP there was some question Instead of being compen- higher than the target price which has since shifted
he and Lucas visited the benefits to some families as to whether the permit sated through the old di- of $495 under the Farm Bill from agricultural uses to
owners of Baggett Farms, in those states about requirement would apply rect payment system, most it replaces. developed residential or
Larry Baggett and his son, 850,000 households, it is to those roads as it does to farmerswillnowberequired In the revenue-based other non-agricultural use
Bud Baggett. estimated by an average permanent public roads in to choose from two types of program, farmers will be overtime.
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Compelling questions ...
J and maybe a few actual answers
A couple questions we
had to ask ourselves
eHe said she said
e sa i News-Journal/DAVID TUCKER
If you're gonna sport this look, you
better drive a fast hot rod.
What do we make of Austin Dil-
Ion's pole run?
5 It offers a little something for every-
one. The sentimentalists love seeing
o that No. 3 back atop the scoring pylon.
Pockets of the still-thriving Earnhardt
Se c Nation will renew their resentment at
16 the number being put to use again.
And, as you've probably noticed, the
di head-shakers will laugh and say, "Of
Com course the No. 3 won the pole; just as
News-Journal file scripted."a
With a time machine, h iWhat if Austin Dillon actually
we could pat Fireball wins the Daytona 500?
wins the Daytona 500?
on the back.
2 .There's an idea we hadn't really
If you had a time ma- considered yet. In the afterglow of
chine, which Daytona News-Journal/JIM TILLER Sunday's pole run, that's something
Ilike itm e sn u l mr no one seems to even be considering.
500 would you like When most couples get together on a Saturday night, it's usually more peaceful than this. But As the week goes on, however, it'll
to watch again? the Danica-Ricky relationship survived this day-after-Valentine's Day impact, be a topic of discussion. It certainly
GODSPEAK: This is a couldn't be "scripted," since there are'
true homer call the The Sprint Unlimited at Daytona International Believe it or not, after the crash, someone asked too many variables. You can provide
1962 Daytona 500 Speedway didn't go so well for romantic racers Patrick what she got from Stenhouse on Valentine's all the ingredients for the Big One, but
won by Daytona Beach Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Day. you can't cook it up, or protect some-
driver Fireball Roberts. On the day after Valentine's Day, both drivers "He got me 18 tin cans of Godiva dark chocolate, one from it.
Come and get me, Mr. were involved in a mass wipeout in the tri-oval area so I don't know if he's trying to butter me up or get
Peabody and Sherman. of the 2.5-mile track. Patrick spun off toward the me fat," she said with a laugh. As for the wreck, she Shouldn't Danica and Tony start
KEN'S CALL: The easy bottom of the racing lane; her No. 10 Chevrolet was said, "It was one of those racing things." and park Thursday?
pick is the 1959 debut, relatively unscathed at that point. Except for missing some real-world
but I'd take the first one Seconds later, Stenhouse's No. 17 Ford came EDWARDS TO NFL? testing time on the track, it's worth
I remember hearing on busting through the wreckage and made a beeline Roush Fenway Racing's Carl Edwards made his considering. The "one engine" rule
radio, when LeeRoy Yar- for Patrick's slowed stock car. They had heavy im- case that drivers are athletes when he participated came back to bite NASCAR this week,
brough passed Charlie pact, enough to send both cars back to the garage in a "mock" NFL combine at Velocity Sports Perfor- with Patrick and Stewart destined for a
Glotzbach to win in '69. and eventually back to their respective shops in mance in Bristol, Tenn. rear-field Daytona 500 start.
Now that a pace North Carolina. "I learned a little bit about being a defensive They might want to revisit
car caught on firehe melee, which involved at least nine cars in back" Edwards said. Coaches Phillip Fumer and that rule.
what's next? the 18-car field, was ignited when Matt Kenseth Carl Torbush joked that Edwards performed so well, Ken Willis has been covering NAS-
made contact with Joey Logano in heavy traffic. he could get drafted by an NFL team on May 8. CAR for The Daytona Beach News-
GODSPEAK: Morgan "I didn't see anything from the time it started to Edwards doesn't think he will declare for the draft. Journal for 27 years. Reach him at
Shepherd wins the the time it ended," Stenhouse said, hat in hand. "You have to work on it for years to get better," email@example.com
*aytona 5, n wo a l ha e te f"You have to work on it for years to get better,"
Daytona 500, then can't "Talking to Danica, when I got in there (back in the Edwards said.
find Victory Lane. garage), I drilled her when she was pretty much sit-
KEN'S CALL: I expect ting still. I couldn't see, couldn't turn and just really PACE-CAR FIRE FEUD OF THE WEEK
something huge to destroyed our Ford."
crawl from Lake Lloyd These types of things will happen when a boy- The pqce car used in the Sprint Unlimited caught
and build a nest in Turn friend and girlfriend make a living racing stock cars fire just before the last segment of racing, prompt-
3. The EPA will mandate at speeds approaching 200 mph. ing a red flag by NASCAR. Cup Series driver Brad
a detour. "Ricky said his hood was up so he couldn't see Keselowski saw it happen and found it amusing.
anything, which is a bummer because I was pretty "When you think you see it all, then you see that.
much just going to need four tires (and continue It's just never-ending," Keselowski said. "I just saw
ONLINE EXTRAS racing)," Patrick said. "It was a real bummer. I the whole back of the car on fire. Someone said
would have liked to have gotten to the end for the it was the pace car. I just couldn't help but start
news-journalonline. experience." laughing. What are you going to do? That's racing." DALE MARCOS
com/nascar EARNHARDT JR. AMBROSE
facebook.com/ Dale Earnhardt Jr. vs. Marcos Ambrose:
nascardaytona The two made contact late in the Sprint
tDUnlimited, and it took Earnhardt out
@nascardaytona of racing for the win. Moments later,
Earnhardt bumped Ambrose's car during
FEEDBACK the caution.
Godwin Kelly gives his take: "Don't.
Do you he ave qouestions CAr look for this to go any further. Ambrose
This Week? Contact Godwin apologized, and Junior stepped back
Kelly at godwin.kelly@news-- from his angry comments after exiting
jrnl.com or Ken Willis at ken. the car."
WHAT'S ON TAP?
FINAL 2013 CUP POINTS SPRINT CUP: Daytona 500
1. Jimmie Johnson SITE: Daytona International Speedway
2. Matt Kensethl -19 SCHEDULE: Friday, practice (Fox Sports
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3. Kevin Harvick -34 practice (Fox Sports 1, 10 a.m.). Sunday,
4. Kyle Busch -55 AP/JiM TOPPER race (coverage.starts at noon, green flag
5. Dale Earnhardt Jr. -56 Either NASCAR hired Cheech and Chong for pace-car duty, or something went wrong, at 1:20 p.m.)
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7,. Clint Bowyer -83 SITE: Daytona International Speedway
8. Joey Logano -96 GODWIN'S DAYTONA 500 PICKS SCHEDULE: Friday, race (Fox Sports 1,
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9 Greg ifGodwin Kelly is the Daytona Winner: Tony Stewart. Disappointment: Austin Dillon NATIONWIDE: DRIVE4COPD 300
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covered NASCAR for 30 Hamfin, Carl Edwards, Ryan Don't be surprised if: Stewart plays SCHEDULE: Saturday, race (ESPN,
12. Kasey Kahne -136 years. Reach him at godwin. Newman, Brad Keselowski it safe until the last20 laps, then coverage starts at noon, green flag at
13. Carl Edwards -137 firstname.lastname@example.org Dark horse: Jamie McMurray lets it rip for his first 500 victory. 1:34 p.m.)
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