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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2010
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
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Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Copyright Jackson County Floridan. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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BY ASHLEY
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F|iORIL)\\ STAFF
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It has been just a
week since the
Floridan published
a story about Brandi
Brandi Purvis. Purvis
Already, Purvis
has received national attention.
The 20-year-old Cottondale
resident was recently diagnosed
with having gastrointestinal stro-
mal tumors, or GIST, which are
very rare tumors of the gastroin-
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has no family around to support
her, and is juggling work, school
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SUNDAY


Sunland superintendent resigns


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
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Sunland Superintendent Tracey Clemmons
gave his verbal resignation Thursday follow-
ing a meeting with Jim DeBeaugrine. director
of the Agency for Persons with Disabilities.
According to APD Communication
Director Melanie Ettrs, DeBeaugrine
expressed a "difference of opinion" on man-
agement issues, regarding Clemmons and his
leadership in a meeting, between Clemmons
and the director Thursday.
Ettrs said in a telephone interview Friday
that following the meeting, Clemmons gave
his verbal resignation.
An official memo obtained by the Floridan
from APD which was sent to all Sunland
employees states that "Lucious Williams has
the delegation of authority to be acting
Superintendent of Sunland until a permanent
Superintendent is appointed." The memo was
dated Thursday, Jan. 14.
However, according to Ettrs, Clemmons
had yet to submit an official resignation by
the end of the business day Friday.
When the Floridan inquired about
Clemmons' tenure at Sunland Friday morn-
ing, Ettrs stated just that Williams was to be
the acting Superintendent. However, by the
end of the business day Friday. Ettrs stated
Clemmons planned to resign but still hadn't
submitted it yet.


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Tracey Clemmons

When the Floridan requested Clemmons'
most recent performance evaluation, APD
responded by releasing an audit of the Sunland
welfare trust fund, dated December 2009.


The audit covered the period from Nov. 1.
2007, through Aug. 31, 200)9.
.The audit cites that Development Disability
Centers trust accounts "...must be expended
flor the benefit, education, or welfare of
clients and are to be expended in accordance
with requirements and guidelines established
by the Chief Financial Officer. In addition
trust account money may not be used for the
benefit of agency employees."
The audit stated in its conclusion that based
on a legal opinion ,"expenditures for the oper-
ation of Rish Park are not allowable expendi-
tures of the welfare trust fund. The opinion
indicated that since people other than APD
clients have access to Rish Park, expenditures
for the operation of Rish Park do not meet the
requirements" of Florida statues.
William J. "Billy Joe" Rish Park is a 9
acre park operated by Sunland and located at
Cape San Bias near Port St. Joe.
The audit also states that in a management
review report issued Oct. 1, 2007, APD offi-
cials reviewed the renovation of the Sunland
Hospitality House.
This hospitality house provides lodging to
family members and friends of Sunland resi-
dents for a minimal cost when visiting.
The Oct. 11 review found that there was a
Sunland employee housed in an apartment of
the Hospitality House, which the review stat-
See SUNLAND, Page 9A >


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BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jackson County School Board members
discussed the statewide changes made to high
school grading requirements in a special
workshop last week.
Frank Waller, director of the middle and
secondary education department, gave a pres-
entation explaining the state's changes.
Waller explained that in the 2008 legisla-
tive session, Senate Bill 1908 passed, which
requires a significant change to the way high
schools are graded, beginning with the 2009-
10 school year.
The law demands more rigorous standards
and assessments, an alignment between high
school and college readiness, and high-skill
or high-wage employment.
Waller stated that there are five components
making up the new formula for grading
schools.
"Had these new components been put in
place last year, Jackson County would not
have had a 'D' school," Waller said.
The first component is the graduation rate.
Among some of the changes associated with
the graduation rate are determining who can
be included in each school's graduation rate.
Currently, any student who transfers to a
public high school from either another public
or private school, a juvenile justice facility or
home, or adult education program, and who
receives either a standard diploma or special
diploma, is eligible for inclusion of the
school's graduation rate.
However, in the 2011-12 school year, only
students receiving a standard diploma may be
included in the calculations for a school's
graduation rate. This leaves out any students
who transfer from juvenile justice facilities
and adult education programs. Special diplo-'
mas will be considered non-graduates.
"This may make our. graduation rates
appear to go down initially, but with the other
,components in place, our grades will go up,"
Waller said.
The second component Waller explained is
the changes to participation in accelerated
coursework.
For any school to receive credit for students
See SCHOOLS, Page 9A 0>


Calculus students work in Bunny Odom's class at Marianna High School Friday.- Mark
Skinner / Floridan


Tri-Rivers briefs county on ACF issues


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The U.S. Corps of Engineers
is seeking input from a number of
advocacy groups as it prepares to
update its management manual
for the Apalachicola-
Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) river
system.
Updates are undertaken once
every 10 years, and govern prac-
tices for the next decade.
On Tuesday, one of those
groups sent a representative to
brief the Jackson County
Commission on what it is telling
the Corps.
According to -Tri-Rivers
Waterway Development
Association Executive Director


The feathers were flying briefly as these two birds
same spot on a fence at the Jim Woodruff Dam in
Thursday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


Billy Houston, that organization
has three major concerns - the
system's navigation channel, user
sharing issues, and flow manage-


tried to get the
Chattahoochee


ment procedures that will be used
in times of drought.
Houston said it is imperative
for all stakeholders to present


their views as the Corps' man-
agement manual is updated, par-
ticularly against the backdrop of.
the ongoing "water wars"
between the three states that rely
on the ACF system.
The long-term battle common-
ly pits the Atlanta region against
Florida, lower Georgia and
Alabama, as the regions fight for'
their share of the water as it flows
through the various communities
and the dams down to the Gulf.
In common with many other
ACF stakeholders, Tri-Rivers
says the Corps is authorized to
operate the ACF's dams for a
handful of purposes, which do
not include consumption,
See ACF, Page 9A 1>


arrests

alleged

crack dealer
STAFF REPORT ..
Marianna resi- .'
dent Windell
Peterson, 27, was
arrested
Wednesday after
what the Jackson '
County Drug Task Windell
Force described as Peterson
a "lengthy investi-
gation" of Peterson's alleged
See CRACK, Page 9A >


Burglars target

local vehicles
STAFF REPORT
The Marianna Police
Department is asking residents to
keep a sharp eye out for car bur-
glars who have struck twice 'in the
same place over two days.
According to a news release
from the police department, offi--
See BURGLARS, Page 9A >


Swine flu

vaccinations

available to all
STAFF REPORT
The Jackson County Health
Department will be providing
H1N1, or swine flu vaccinations
Jan. 20 and Jan. 22, from 8 a.m.
to 11 a.m. and from 1 p.m. to 4
p.m.
See FLU, Page 9A >


Students get
4-day weekend
STAFF REPORT
Jackson County public school
students will have a long week-
end, with no classes scheduled
for Monday or Tuesday this
week.
' School board' officials
announced that Monday, Jan. 18,
classes are out for Martin Luther
King Jr. Day. Tuesday Jan. 19 is a
teacher-work day.
School will resume
Wednesday, Jan. 20 at the regu-
larly scheduled time.


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FLORIDAN
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Managing Editor- Michael Becker
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Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski
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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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lished Tuesday through Friday and
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knowingly accept or publish >-ii'
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which expresses, preference based
on legally protected personal char-
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How to get your
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submissions.


Getting. it
Right!

The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.


January 18 - Monday
* The Jackson County MLK Committee
hosts a community commemorative service,
11 a.m. at the New Galilee Missionary Baptist
Church, 2155 Highway 73 in Marianna.
Speaker: Elder Adrian Abner of the Greater
United Church of 'Christ Written in Heaven.
Call 482-7226 or 526-3309.
* Chipola Chapter, NSDAR will meet at
Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna, Dutch treat
lunch at 11 a.m.; meeting at 11:30 a.m. The
program, "Vital Prosthetics," will be present-
ed by Dale Peterson. Contact Regent Ellen
Wright at footprints@phonl.com or 482-
7685.
* Jackson County AARP Chapter 3486
meets at noon in the United Methodist
Church of Marianna Student Center. A state
AARP representative will present the pro-
gram. Bring a covered dish to complement
fried chicken. Meetings open to all local and
national AARP members.
* The Malone Joy Club meets for a covered
dish supper at 5 p.m. Bring items for auction.
* Relay for Life of Central Jackson hosts a
Team Captains Party, 6 p.m. in the Golson
Elementary School cafeteria.
* The Chipola Historic Trust meets at the
Eli-Criglar House, 4332 Lafayette St. in
Marianna. Light supper at 6 p.m.; meeting at
6:30 p.m. with guest speaker Judge Roy
Roulhac, Detroit. Call 482-8322.
* Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
County meets 6-7 p.m. at the Ag Center,
Highway 90 West (next to National' Guard
Armory), Marianna. Scheduled guest speak-
ers are candidates for the District 2 House
seat: Al Lawson (D) (unconfirmed), Paul
McKain (W) and Steve Southerland (R).
Attendees will have the opportunity to ask
questions.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.


January 19 - Tuesday
* The public is invited to hear the Chipola
Dulcimer Players perform at the Chipola
Regional Arts Association at Jim's Buffet in-
Marianna. The Dutch-treat luncheon begins
at 11:30 a.m., followed by the program.
Members of the Chipola Dulcimer Players are
Floyd Cook, Barbara Tyre, Jan Cummings,
Joyce Shores, Bill Ming, Annette Lawrence
and Judy Shelton.
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in
Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
* The Jackson County School Board con-
venes its regular meeting at 4 p.m. in the
board room of the JCSB offices. Call 482-
1200.
* The Panhandle Public Library
Cooperative System convenes a board meet-
ing at 6 p.m. in the PPLCS office in Marianna.
Call 482-9296.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.


January 20 - Wednesday
* Alcoholics Anonymous
Wednesday, 1.2-1 p.m. at
Methodist Church, 2901
Marianna, in the AA room.

January 21 - Thursday
* The Jackson County


open meeting -
the First United
Caledonia St.,



Senior Center,


2931 Optimist Dr., Marianna, hosts free
bone density screening 10 a.m. to noon.
Refreshments will be served. Call 482-
5028.
* Covenant Hospice hosts a Garden Gala
Kick-off meeting, noon at 4440 Lafayette St.,


Suite C, Marianna, to meet and introduce new
committee and explain roles and discuss vol-
unteer opportunities. To register, call 482-
8520.
* Jackson County Schools Superintendent
Lee Miller convenes a town hall meeting, 5-6
p.m. in Sneads City Hall. Citizens welcome to
meet district staff, ask questions. Call 482-
1200.
* Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at
2880 Orange St. (behind Bryant Enterprises).
Call 482-3766 or 569-1294.
* East Jackson County Relay-for-Life meets
at the West Florida Electric office in Sneads at
6 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion
- Thursday, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limit-
ed to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

January 22 - Friday
* Today is the deadline to register for the
Jackson County Extension Service/Master
Gardeners' Backyard Poultry Class, a two-
part program providing the homeowner
basic information about raising poultry,
which is set for Jan. 25 (6-8 p.m.) and Jan.
30 (8:30 a.m.-2 p.m.) Cost is $25 per indi-
vidual; $20 for additional persons sharing
courseware. Call 482-9620, or e-mail jack-
sonmg@ifas.ufl.edu. Pre-pay and get two
door-prize tickets.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings .to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" Fridays at
Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m: (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able.. Call 209-7856, 573-1131..
* Ah:ohrlic:. Anonymous open meeting -
'Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Jan.
14 and 15, the latest avail-
able report: One hit and
run, three traffic accidents,
one missing person, one
suspicious person, three
suspicious incidents, one
suspicious vehicle, three
disturbances, one burglary
of a residence, one burgla-
ry of a vehicle, one
prowler, one burglar alarm,
one trespassing complaint,
one obscene call coin-
plaint, one animal coim-
plaint, one assist of a
motorist, four assists of
another agency, one larce-
ny complaint, two van-
dalisms, one civil dispute.
two juvenile complaints,
one fight in progress, two
loud noise complaints, nine
public service calls, one
worthless document. one
threat and 18 traffic stops.


JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for Jan.
14 and 15, the latest avail-
able report: One dead per-
son, one abandoned vehi-
cle, one reckless driver, one
suspicious incident, five
information
- reports, one
.. . physical dis-
turbance,
CRJME three verbal
� �- ddistur-
bances, one
brush fire, one residential
fire, two woodland fires,
one drug offense, 19 med-
ical calls, one burglar
alarm, one fire alarm, one
shooting in the area, 14
traffic stops, two larceny
complaints, one criminal
mischief complaint, five
papers served, two civil
disputes, two trespassing
complaints, two juvenile


complaints, two animal
complaints, one assist of a
motorist, two assists of
another agency, six public
service calls, four trans-
ports and one repossession.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
- James Gilmore, 34,
2487 Lark Lane, Marianna,
D.U.I.
- Tonya Peterson, 36,
4193 Bryan St., Malone,
two counts of worthless
checks.
- Angel Rivera, 40, 4333
Somewhere Lane, Alford,
false imprisonment, battery
(domestic violence).
- Kenneth Faison. 48,
4116 East 97th Ave..
Tampa, hold for Pinellas
County.


- Ralph Cain, 44, 2143
Quail Ridge Road,
Tallahassee, burglary of an
occupied structure, grand
theft, hold for Gadsden
County.
-John Gooden, 45,.2371
Jacob Main, Cottondale,
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
- Michael Knight, 28,
10647 NW Knight Road,
Altha, non-payment of
child support.
- Robert Taylor, 51, 936
Main S., Blountstown,
non-payment of child sup-
port.
- Jasma Peterson, 34, PO
Box 434, Malone, non-
payment of child support.,
- Hansford Griffis, 38,
5402 Highway 90 East,
Marianna. non-payment of
child support.
- Pauline Thompson, 33,
4508 Marion St..
Marianna. unlawful conm-
pensation or reward for


official behavior, worthless
checks, two counts of
introduction of contraband.
- Jeremiah Blount, 41,
4430 Holly Hill Drive, Apt.
B, Marianna, four counts
of worthless checks.
- Earline Williams, 35.
2965 Daniels St..
Marianna, food stamp
fraud, Medicaid fraud.
- Courtney Bright, 23.
425 Long Fellow
Boulevard, Lot 11,
Blountstown. fraudulent
use of personal informa-
tion, exploitation of the
elderly.
- Christopher Hearns,
26, 3250 Tykeria Drive.
Marianna, failure to appear.

JAIL POPULATION: 186

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000. To report a wildlife
violation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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B-t THIOMAS VINCENTI MIPHIIY salary, or anything pertaining to their of family we would he born into; but ' .
Employment - he careful. With the even the worst circumstances can he SI s 7
h\\'len \ ,uI are around or rer a per- terrible .job situation our country is changed, or improved. In fact, when -' -
son that i as a cold or any other con- dealing x with, negative conversations an individual reaches the age of TraKaya Holden cele-
tagious di ease, if you doit protect about your job, boss and salary accountability (which can vary), he or rated her seventh birthday
yourself atd keep voWu distance, should be replaced with humility and she can help change the attitude with- on Jan. 3. 2010. She is the
chances are y\ou might become sick thanks. There are more than a million in their family structure by being a daughter of Racquel iC
with the same ailment. people who would love to have your positive example. Dunston.
It's only natural and i.se for any- job, no matter what. Complainers are The word "contagious" sounds She celebrated her birth-
one who is aware of ,inethini that contagious. very negative; but its definition, "to day with classmates at a -
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COL LU C uILIS'- 111 l la ll O o' �1 ',i p ,-
siblh harmful contact ,ith lanlyone, o01
anything. According n a report gi\len
by some of our top irdical experts. if
you are a noa-sml tVokr, bill are regu-
larlv in the prcestinc and same space
as a smoker, you lte in danger of
some of the sami pitfalls that the
smoker himself could possibly
encounter. Secomt-hand smoke is a
serious thing.
Throughout on lives, each of us is
influenced in sore f way by those we
are around on a regular basis: some-
times for the god, and sometimes for
the bad. Whilepeople are aware of
catching minorand serious diseases
from those wb are obviously sick,
many don't reaze the serious mental
effects people:an obtain from those
they are around each day.
If you are Cound folks who com-
plain throughout the working day
about their ob. their boss, their


few people who have tried to con-
vince me and others of ways tq make
a quick buck. In certain instances,
these people appear to be solid citi-
zens (which makes them more con-.
vincing). and usually their plan is so
well conceived that it takes a while to
realize that their plan could leave you
broke, and in some instances lead to
jail time. All that glitters is not gold.
Once you realize that an individ-
ual's lifestyle consists of continuous
fast money-making schemes, it would
be wise to distance yourself from
them. If you don't win, inherit, or
receive a gift of money from some-
one, easy. money can lead to disas-
trous results. Being around people
with consistent scheming mind-sets
can be contagious.
Actually, it comes down to which
way you choose to live your life.
None of us had a choice in what type


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another", could have a very positive
meaning, if others are influenced in a
positive way.
Even with the state of our econo-
my, there are some exciting things to
look forward to. There are a few
things I have put at the top of my list;
spending quality time with my family
and close friends, worshipping at a
church of my choice, helping others
when I can, and doing what I can to
reach people in a positive way
(through radio, as a columnist, and
through the music industry).
If I can stick to those goals, there
won't be any time left to waste. What
are your goals in life? Whatever they
might be, try making them goals you
can love and enjoy. Make this life one
that is filled with special events.
Along the way, some of your positive
ways and meaningful lifestyle may
become contagious to others.


UF considering ag ed program at Chipola


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Chipola College and
Universityof Florida offi-
cials met icently to explore
the possibity of UF offering
a full-tim program in agri-
cultural eacation and com-
nmunicatic on the Chipola
campus. JF officials will
conduct feasibility study to


determine the need for agri-
cultural education instruction
in the area. If sufficient need
is present, UF would locate a
full-time faculty member on
the Chipola campus with
instructional, advising and
recruiting responsibilities.
Potefitial students would
obtain their Associate in Arts
degree from Chipola and


enter the UF ag ed program
on the Chipola campus.
Officials discussed curricu-
lum, internships, require-
ments and commitment to
the program.
"Ag teacher, vacancies
statewide warrant continued
dialogue and planning for
this exciting program," said
Dr. Ed Osborne, professor


.and chair of the UF
Department of Agricultural
Education and
Communication .
Discussions will continue
with a possible start date in
the fall of 2011.
For information, contact
Bud Riviere, Chipola Dean
of Workforce Development,
at 718-2268.


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Chip campus. Pictured from left, are, front row, University
of Floda officials Dr. Ed Osborne and Dr. Brian Myers; and
backow, Chipola officials Dr. Sarah Clemmons, Bud Riviere
and fr. Kitty Myers. - Contributed photo


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The Chipola College
District Board of Trustees
will host a ribbon-cutting
and open house of the col-
lege's newly renovated cafe-
teria and student center on
Tuesday, Jan. 19, at 5 p.m.
The $2.7 million renovation
project will provide a home
for the Student Activities
Office, recreational space
for the students, LCD televi-
sions, Wi-Fi connections,
meeting rooms and a new
home for the college's
Culinary Management pro-
gram.
The 15,000 square foot
space was renovated by
Sharp Inc. of Pensacola.
Palmer-Hamilton, a
Wisconsin design firm, cre-
ated the interior d6cor,
which features modem fur-
niture in vibrant colors with
scholarly quotes and images
on the walls. The Sodexo
company will provide food
service in the cafeteria, with
complete meals and a la
carte choices from $3.95
and up. The food serving
line also was reconfigured to
improve speed of service.
For information about the
ribbon-cutting, contact
Bryan Craven at 718-2264.


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anniversary in Jackson
County.
The county sorority
chapter was chartered in
December 1979.
Alpha Delta Kappa's
membership is honorary
and based on peer recog-
nition.
The sorority provides
opportunities for leader-
ship development and
networking through
workshops, training ses-
sions, conferences and
conventions.
Many community-
based projects are com-
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Pumphrey teaches at the Adult Education school and Mitchell is a retired elementary
educator. - Contributed photo


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Union Grove Class

of '70 plans reunion
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Union Grove High School Class of 1970 is in the
process of planning their 40th class reunion. The event is
set for June 11 to 13 in Jackson County. Planners are seek-
ing classmate contact information, even for those who
may have attended Union Grove in the 7th or later grades,
but actually graduated from other schools. Submit contact
information as soon as possible to Robert Spates, via e-
mail at spatesr@ctvea.net, or by phone at 334-614-0690.

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Chipola Theater director
Charles Sirmon recently cast
local actors in the following
roles for the spring musical
"Bye Bye Birdie": Aven Pitts
as Albert Peterson, Kyndall
Covington as Rose Alvarez,
Ben Grande as Conrad Birdie,
Austin Pettis as Mr. Harry
MacAfee, Mrs. Doris
MacAfee as Piper Williams,
Sara Lovins as Mrs. Mae
Peterson, Madison Wester as
Gloria Rasputin, Christina
Lopez as Mrs. Merkle, Darryl
Thompson as Mayor, Matthew
VanBuren as Mr. Johnson,
Seth Basford as Charles F.
Maude, Kayla Todd as Kim


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as Hugo Peabody, Emily
Harrison as Ursula Merkle,
Joe Evans as Harvey Johnson,
Brenna Kneiss as Sad Girl 1
and Grace Bailey as Sad Girl
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Apple Citizens are Madison
Wester, DR Forrester, Brenna
Kneiss, Mark Lent, Jacob
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Tabitha Shumaker, Sara Jean
Hargis, Allie Brockner, Alex
Watson, Stacia Springer,
Gracie Wallace and Grace
Bailey.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


State took too long
to act
Dear editor,
First, I thank God for giv-
ing me the courage and
strength to write this letter.
Second, I thank the people of
Jackson County and the sur-
rounding area for their sup-
port during my daughter's
traumatic accident March 5,
2008.
We all want justice when
things go wrong. If more than


one person is involved, we
feel they both should be pun-
ished according to their
involvement. What if the
state, or some other organiza-
tion, is involved? Do they not
share any responsibility? This
is my concern.
The insurance company of
the person who hit my daugh-
ter on that morning is willing
to pay according to his cover-
age. The state, however, refus-
es to accept any responsibili-
ty.
A "School Bus Stop


Ahead" sign for westbound
traffic was placed near that
location in 2005. Wouldn't it
make sense to place a sign for
eastbound traffic at the same
time? Why wait until March
10, 2008 (five days after my
daughter was hit) to request a
sign for eastbound traffic that
was eventually installed
March 14, 2008.
1 feel the state's negligence
is a contributing factor in my
daughter's accident. I think
there should be compensation
for my daughter from the


state. She has recovered
miraculously, but who knows
what's down the road for her.
She is continuing follow-up
visits in Birmingham with her
doctors. Hopefully soon they
will remove the screws in her
hip. The most important
thing, she is still here.
Again, I thank the Lord and
thank all of you who support-
ed us through your prayers,
actions, and deeds.
Eric Wilson
Campbellton


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Violet Kathryn
Blount

Mrs. Violet Katlirvn
Blount, 76, of Marianna
passed away on Jan. 1.1,
2010, at her home.
Mrs. Blount was born on
Nov. 17, 1933, in Blount-
stown, to the late Ellis and
Ethel Brock. She had spent
most of her life in Jackson
County and was a member
of the Baptist church.
Mrs. Blount was preced-
ed in death by her parents,
Ellis Brock and Ethel Hill
Brock; her husband of 50
years, Hartford E. Blount;
and her brother, Clyde W.
Brock.
She is survived by one
son, Larry Eugene Blount
of Pensacola; four daugh-
ters, Elizabeth Ann Capps
and her husband Danny of
Apalachicola, Patricia L.
Cox and Scott Miller of
Southport, Janet Green and
her husband Terry of Ma-
rianna, and Cindy Hall and
her husband Mike of Pana-
ma City; and eight grand-
children, Jonathan Capps,
Gregory Capps, Craig Bish-
op, Evan Cox, Cody Green,
Logan Green, Trey Rooks
and Cheryl Blount.
The graveside service for
Mrs. Blount will be at 2
p.m. Sunday, Jan. 17, at
Rocky Creek Baptist
Church Cemetery, with the
Rev. Ronnie Wright offi-
ciating. A brief time of visi-
tation will be held at 1 p.m.
on Sunday at the Marianna
Funeral Home Chapel.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of all
arrangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.com.


James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
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trying to make ends meet.
To make matters worse. Purvis'
doctors have now found 23 more
tLmors on her liver,
Just as her luck seemed to have
run out, help appeared. Dr. Sui
Young Kim, a pediatric oncologist
from the National Cancer Institute
in Washington, D.C., read the story
about Puryis. Kim stated he wished
to help her through her tough time
and with her poor health condition.
In an e-mail, Kim stated, "young
adults have much to worry about in
life, much less having to face cancer
without family to help. You have
Iny promise that I will utilize all of
the resources of the NIH (National
Institutes of Health) to help Purvis,
should she wish. If her doctors
wish, we could perform all of her
expensive medical tests, imaging,
provide medication and pay for her
flights and lodging to and from
Florida."
In less than a week, Purvis had a
plane ticket to Washington, D.C.
and accommodation, all paid for by
NIH.
Purvis will be attending the bian-


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taking any accelerated
coursework, such as AP or
dual enrollment, the stu-
dent must take the final
exam.
For dual enrollment
specifically, a student must
earn a grade in the course
for the school to receive
credit.
Individual schools are
then awarded points for stu-
dent participation in these
programs, which help the
high schools numbers and
final grade.
The student's grade on
the exam also slightly
affects the points given to
the school. The third com-
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calculation of individual
school grades is postsec-
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Julia Brayman, 76, of
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'Jan. 15, 2010, at her resi-
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RUSSELL
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James "Russell" Parmer,
49, of Southport, passed
away Wednesday, January
13, 2010. He was born May
20, 1960 in Donalsonville,
GA. Russell grew up in Ma-
rianna, Florida, where he
graduated from Marianna
High School.
Russell loved his wife,
his Harley and his family.
He was currently employed
by R.W.L.
He was preceded in,
death by his mother,
Levora Parmer and
mother-in-law, ' Lavina
George.
He is survived by his
wife, Pain George Parmer;
son, J.R. Parmer; daughter,
Brandi Walters and hus-
band, James; grand -
daughters, Taylor and
Trinity Walters, who dearly
loved their "Poppie"; fa-
ther, Branton Parmer and
wife, Martha; sister, Gwen
Oliver; brother, Gus "Fran-
kie" Parmer and wife, Kelly;
father-in-law, Walter
"Buck" George and several
nieces, nephews and ex-
tended family members.
Funeral services will be
held at 10 a.m. Monday in
the Wilson Funeral Home
Chapel with Dr. Steve Tay-
lor officiating. Interment
will follow in Evergreen
Memorial Gardens.
The family will receive
friends at the funeral home
on Sunday from 6- 8 p.m.


involvement in the.sale of
crack cocaine near
Dellwood.
According to a press
release from the task force,
investigators arrested
Peterson on charges includ-
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substances (marijuana and
cocaine), as well as traf-
ficking a controlled sub-
stance (more than 200
grams of cocaine).
Investigators seized
approximately 9.4 ounces
of powder cocaine and
approximately $20,000 in
cash during the arrest,
according to the release.
The release also states
that Peterson has been the
target of an ongoing inves-
tigation in the alleged sale


nual pediatric and wildlype GIST
clinic at the NIH Jan. 21 and 22.
Kim stated in a phone interview
Friday that because Purvis' disease
is so rare, there is still much l the
medical profession can learn from
it.
According to Kim, the clinics
Purvis will he attending will help
her learn about her condition from
specialized doctors and other
patients who have GIST. The clinics
will also help the NIH doctors to
learn more about GIST and further
the development of treatments for
the disorder.
The clinics bring together
patients living with GIST from all
over the world to learn about Ihc
condition and receive treatment, for
force, from NIH.
Kim explained that the clinic
doesn't, however, take over treat-
ment from patients' doctors.
Therefore. Purvis will still be
responsible for her other doctor vis-
its.
Instead, the clinic's doctors work
in collaboration with the patients'
current oncologists, to provide the


According to Waller, in
order to determine college
readiness among high
school students, the state
will look at the number of
students scoring "ready" on
SAT, ACT or CPT any time
during their high school
career, and compare that by
the number of high school
graduates who scored a
level 3 or higher on the
grade 10 FCAT in reading
or mathematics.
Component four con-
cerns the graduation rate for
students at risk of dropping
out.
Waller explained that if a
school does not have at least
10 students who scored a
level 2 or lower on both
FCAT reading and mathe-
matics in their 8th grade


Continued From Page 1A

of large quantities of
cocaine and marijuana in
the Jackson County area.
Peterson is currently
incarcerated in the Jackson
County Correctional
Facility on $275,000 bond.
According to the release,
additional charges against
Peterson are pending, as
well as additional charges
against other individuals
allegedly involved.
The Jackson County
Drug Task Force in a com-
bined effort of the
Cottondale, Graceville and
Marianna police depart-
ments,. as well as the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement and the
Jackson County Sheriff's
Office.


Flu Continued From Page 1A

The vaccination clinics will be provided for free,
will be at the main health and no appointment is nec-
department office, located essary. Jackson County
at 3045 4th St. in Marianna. Health Department officials
The vaccine is now avail- are urging residents to get
able to the general public. It vaccinated, as flu season is
is no longer necessary to unpredictable and typically
have a chronic medical lasts through May.
condition or to be in a spec- For further information,
ified age group to get the contact Michelle Price at
vaccine. The vaccination 850-526-2412, ext. 111.


.AICF Continued From Page 1A


Atlanta's main stated need
as it continues to grow.
Tri-Rivers pointed out in
its input paper that
Congress has only author-
ized the use of dams on the
ACF for the creation of
hydropower, downstream
navigation, flood control,
fish and wildlife and gener-
al recreation.
Tri-Rivers concentrated
its message on the naviga-
tion issue, arguing that the
Corps should assert its
authority to allow naviga-
tion channel dredging,
despite a Florida
Department - of
Environmental Protection
decision in 2000 which has
limited that activity.
That year, DEP denied
the Corps a permit to
dredge the Florida portion
of the navigation channel.
The Corps has not pursued
such a permit since,
Houston said. But his


organization doesn't
believe the Corps needs it
to act.
Tri-Rivers anticipates a
much greater need for the
channel now that the
Panama Canal has been
enlarged.
Houston then summa-
rized the organization's
other points.
* "We would like to be
sure that the Corps' man-
agement manual has things
in place that ensure ade-
quate flows and depths in
times of drought," he said.
"Everyone suffers in
drought, but all should
share the pain equally ... it
shouldn't be the sole bur-
den of one region.
"We want to be sure they
have adequate flows for all
users of the ACF at all
times, and that environ-
mental concerns arc
addressed in making those
decisions."


hest pcrso'nalizcd trcailmcnt tor each
patient. This treatment includes
both physical treatment and support
in dealing with GIST.
At the GIST clinic. PiuriVis will be
seen by some of the national leaders
in the field of GIST. including
geneticists, medical oncologists,
pediatric oncologists and pediatric
sur'econs.
Kim explained that the data
obtained from these clinics will
help to design innovative treatment
protocols for patients, and lor the
Itl I u re.
"There arc a lot of things that
make Brandi an excellent candidate
for this clinic, but really her finan-
cial situation and lack of family
support makes dealing with some-
thing like this very hard," Kim said
Friday.
"She seemed like a very sweet
girl when we spoke on the phone,
and I look forward to meeting her
Wednesday and giving her a chance
toi see the city. I don't think she's
ever been to D.C."
Purvis expressed her excitement
about her trip to the nation's capital


year, then the school's over-
all graduation rate will be
substituted for this measure.
The fifth component
deals with growth or decline
in improvement. Waller
said. Schools earn an esca-
lating number of points
based on the magnitude of
their improvement.
He explained that addi-
tional points, up to 20,
would be awarded based on
the number of points by
which the school improved.
as based on the performance
the prior year. However.


schools will lose five points
if a component declines by
at least 10 percentage
points.
With all these compo-
nents combined plus FCAT
requirements, the new indi-
vidual high school are grad-
ed on a scale with 1,600
points possible. There are
800 points possible for both
the five high school compo-
nents and FCAT compo-
nents. In order to get an "A"
. a school would need at
least 1,059 points.
Another change that will


in a phone inteli\ iew Friday.
'1 leave Wednesday, and I'm real-
ly looking forward to it." she said.
Purv\is said she has also received
a huge response I'from the commnuni-
ty alter last Sunday's article.
"So many people have come up
to Winn Dixie asking how they can
help, and I've been getting so many
calls. I'm just grateful for every-
one's help." Purvis said.
Purvis now has a donation
account set up with Wachovia.
Although her recent candidacy for
the GIST clinic will help in many
ways, it will not offset all of her
medical costs.
Robin Mount. the mother of
Purvis' best friend Mogan, still
plans to hold the "Haircuts for
Hope" fundraiser Feb. 20.
The event will be held at Allure,
inside of Shore Tan on Lafayette
Street in Marianna.
An Allure stylist and several
beauticians from other salons will
be cutting children's hair for $10,
and adults for $15. with all the
money collected going to cover
Purvis' medical bills.


Continued From Page 1A


effect school grades is an
updated procedure for
determining students profi-
ciency in writing.
Beginning in the 2009-10
school year, FCAT writing
essays at fourth, eighth and
10th grades will now be
scored by one person, not
two - making scores with
half a point no longer possi-
ble.
Now, the average of stu-
dents who score a 3 or 4
will be used in determining
the writing component of
school grades.


Sun land Continued From Page 1A

ed is in direct violation of Florida statues. week. The audit quotes Clemmons saying,
The December 2009 audit states that "The room is utilized only for resting and
Clemmons agreed to move the employee not as her residence. She maintains no
back in 2007. but didn't, property or furnishings in the room as she
The 2009 audit discovered there were brings only a change of clothes and toi-
actually two Sunland employees residing letries during the times she rests there."
in two of the Hospitality House apart- According to the audit, APD officials.
ments, which left only one apartment open asked Clemmons for the number of fami-
to Sunland clients' relatives, lies that have used the Hospitality House
The 2009 audit cites that one of the two over the past several years. Clemmons
employees lived in the large three-bed- responded that there were 42 families for
room apartment from October 2007 until the 2007-08 fiscal year, 4nd 50 for the
Aug. 14, 2009. 2008-09 fiscal year.
According to the audit, Clemmons ihdi- The audit quotes Clemmons saying that
cated that these employees were waiting "this data is not indicative of the actual
for the next available house at the center. number of times requests are made to use
The document quotes Clemmons as say- the Hospitality House, because many
ing, "In discussions with my supervisor I times, families call but the apartment has
sensed no urgency in completing this already been scheduled for another fami-
process." ly."
'The second employee staying at Ettrs said Friday that discussions about
Hospitality House was a contracted Clemmons' employment with Sunland in
employee who only worked 36 hours per another position arc ongoing.


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cers were dispatched to the rear parking lot Police note these incidents occurred dur-
in the Winn Dixie shopping plaza ing daylight hours and shoppers should be
Saturday. A vehicle parked behind Rene's aware of anyone who is acting suspicious,
Headquarters Hair Salon was entered, and or who are in areas that are not heavily
an undisclosed amount of property was trafficked.
taken. Any who may have information con-
A similar incident occurred Friday in the cerning these incidents is asked to contact
same shopping plaza, this time in the rear the Marianna Police Department at 526-
parking area of H&R Block. A vehicle was 3125, or CrimeStoppers of Jackson
entered and personal items were taken. County at 526-5000.




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BY DUSTIN KENT
Fl.ORIDAN SPORTS EDITOIR
SNEADS - The Cottondale
Hornets went on a 15-6 run to
close the !game Friday night to
take a 57-51 victory over the
Sneads Pirates.
The district win moves the
Hornets to 8-3 in league play,
with Sneads falling a game back
at 7-4.
Cottondale is now tied with
Holmes County for second place
in the district standings, behind
first-place Graceville.
"It was a big win," Hornets
coach Chris Obert said after
Friday night's game. "(Sneads)
cqach (Kelvin) Johnson had
them ready to play.
"They were a little under-
manned with some guys being
out, but they played hard.
Luckily, we made some plays
down the stretch, and we
knocked down some free throws,
which is unusual for us."
The Hornets made 8-of-10
free throws in the game, includ-
ing 5-of-6 in the fourth period.
Sneads, which was without
starter Jamar White, made just 6-
of-14 on the night, and only 2-
of-7 in the final quarter. ,
The turning point of the game


may have come on a technical
foul, called on Johnson for argu-
ing with officials, with 3:40 left
'in the game.
The technical was whistled
after Cottondale's Trestin White
had drawn a foul to get to the
free throw line, with the Hornets
trailing 45-44.
Marcus Humose made both
technical free throws, White
made l-of-2, and Drew Bellamy
scored on the ensuing possession
to put the Hornets up 49-45 with
3:20 to play.
"We needed a break in the sec-
ond half," Obert said. "We didn't
create many, but when we got a
break, we made the most of it."
Humose led the Hornets with
19 points.
Jeff Bell led Sneads with 17
points, with Josh Rogers adding
13, and Jeff Davis 12.
The Hornets trailed 15-8 mid-
way through the first half, but
Cottondale used a 17-2 run to
close the second period to take a
25-17 halftime lead.
Cottondale got 3-pointers
from Humose and Nick Jacksorn
during the run, as the Hornets
took advantage of a dry spell by
the Pirates, who made just one
field goal over the final 5:42 of
the first half.


Sneads' Jeff Bell, right, tries to go up for a lay-up over
Cottondale's Darius Po lock during a district game Friday night in
Sneads. The Hornets won the game 57-51. - Mark
Skinner/Floridan


In the second half, however,
the- Pirates started out-working
the Hornets, winning loose balls
and crashing the offensive glass
to get back in the game.
Consecutive put-backs by Bell
brought the Pirates to within two


at 29-27. A steal and bucket by
Davis tied the game with 4:32
left in the third.
Darius Pollock broke the tie
with a 3-pointer, and a reverse
See HORNETS, Page 3B >.


6


SUNDAY

MHS readies

for big meet
B) DUSTIN KENT
FIOIII)\N SroIs EnI 1l1
The Marianna Bulldogs
wrestling team recently competed
at the Bay Invitational in Panama
City and the Quad. Meet at
Wewahitchka High School.
The Bulldogs placed sixth at
the Bay Invitational on Jan. 9.
They finished third in
Wewahitchka on Thursday,
defeating Wewa before falling to
South Walton and Bozcman,
which took'first.
Marianna wrestling coach
Barry Gardner said he was satis-
fied for the most part with what
he saw from his team in the two
events.
"At Bay, we did really well.
We had three people place third
and two fourth," the coach said.
"We had 10 people wrestle and
five placed, and that's really
good.
"At the Quad, we had a pretty
good showing against Wewa,
then we kind of went downhill."
The Bulldogs were forced to
forfeit five matches against South
Walton because the Seahawks
had competitors in more weight
classes than Marianna.
Against Bozeman, it was a
matter of the Bulldogs not per-
forming up to the level they need
to in the future, according to
Gardner.
"We didn't do well against
Bozeman," the coach said.
"We've got to get in the weight
room and get a little stronger.
We've got to bulk up a little bit."
At Bay, Brandon Robertson
placed third for the Bulldogs at
160 pounds, and Angel
Candeleria also took third at 119
pounds, while Dillon Reed was
third at 189 pounds.
Dalton Bennett and Brendan
Ramsey finished fourth for the
See MHS, Page 4B >0


Lady Tigers edge by CHS 31-26


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The. Graceville Lady
Tigers won a low-scoring
affair over Cottondale on
Thursday, 31-26 at home.
. Jessica McClendon led
the Lady Tigers with 17
points, with Shay Wright
leading Cottondale with
10. Graceville led 19-18 at
halftime before extending
to 27-21 through three
quarters. The teams com-
bined for .only nine points
in the fourth quarter.
"It was just an ugly
win," Graceville coach Jon
Habali said after the game.
"I'm almost embarrassed
that people had to pay to
watch that,"
GHS won the game
despite not making a field
goal in the fourth quarter.
The Lady Tigers scored
all of their points from the
foul line, but they' weren't
that good there either,
making just 4-of-12 in the
fourth.
Wright scored all five
fourth-quarter points for


the Lady Hornets, who got
to within three ,at 29-26
before free throws by
Tiara Sorey and Shahkia
Jones accounted for the
final margin.
Graceville improved to
18-2 and 10-1 in district
play with the win.
But Habali said he is not
happy about the way his
team is playing right now.
"Jessica McClendon and
Brittney Flournoy are the
only two to bring it night
in and night out. Everyone
else is inconsistent," the
coach said. "We're not
getting any better, but I
hope in these next two
weeks we can turn our atti-
tude around and begin to
push ourselves a little bit.
This is not the time of the
year to be taking off."
The Lady Tigers will
next play host to Vernon
on Tuesday before hitting
the road against South
* Walton on Friday.
Cottondale faces
Blountstown on Tuesday
and Holmes County on
Friday, both on the road.


Graceville's Jessica McClendon (00) tries to
get a .shot over the arms of Cottondale's
Syrinna Pope during a game. Thursday in
Graceville. '- Mark Skinner/Floridan


Malone girls drop close one to PDL


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Ponce De Leon Lady Pirates
took a 46-39 victory over the
Malone Lady Tigers on Friday
night in Malone.
It was Homecoming for Malone,
and the Lady Tigers almost pulled
out the upset, but PDL was simply
too much at the end.
After trailing 14-7 after one peri-
od, the Lady Tigers rallied back to
take a 21-20 halftime advantage.
Ponce De Leon rebounded in the
third to go up 32-30 heading into
the fourth quarter.
In the final period, excellent foul-
shooting carried the day for the
Lady Pirates, who knocked down
10-of-12 free throws in the fourth


"It was probably the best
performance we've had
all year. I'm real proud of
them."
-Kyndal Murdock,
Malone coach
quarter.
Sha-lea Yates led PDL with 11
points, with Autumn Speigner
leading Malone with 11.
Curteeona Brelove also scored
eight points for the Lady Tigers.
"It was a really good game,"
Malone coach Kyndal Murdock
said after the game. "We got in


some foul trouble, and our free
throw shooting really hurt us."
Malone went just 12-of-25 at the
charity stripe on the night.
However, Murdock said that she
was otherwise very happy with the
effort her team, gave.
"It was probably the best per-
formance we've had all year," the
coach said. "I'm real proud of them.
They came out tough defensively,
but free throws and missed lay-ups
just killed us again.
"I think at the end, we ran out of
gas. (PDL) rotated a lot of girls in
and out too, so their depth hurt us."
Malone fell to 9-7 on the season
with the loss.
However, the Lady Tigers still sit
See MALONE, Page 38 >


Malone's Autumn Speigner takes a pass while being defend-
ed by a Ponce De Leon player during a game Friday night
in Malone. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


Check out Bob Kornegay's
latest column on page 4B


Grimsley,
Wright lead
CHS girls
past Sneads


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being defended by Sneads' Josh Rogers during a game
earlier this season. The Bulldogs defeated Chipley 72-34
on Thursday in Chipley. Kruize Pinkins led all scorers with
'16 points, with Tre Long adding 15, and-Tommy Stephens
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High School Boys
Basketball
Tuesday- Bay at
Marianna. 5:30 p.m., and
7 p.m.: Vernon at
Graceville. 5:30 p.m.,
and 7 p.m.: Sneads at
Holmes County. 6 p.m..
and 7:30 p.m.;
Cottondale at
Blountstown. 6 p.m.. and
7:30 p.m.
Thursday- Malone at
FAMU. 4 p.m., and 7
p.m.; Marianna at
Arnold, 5:30 p.m., and 7
p.m.; Graceville at
Blountstown, 5:30 p.m..
and 7 p.m.
Friday- Blountstown
at Sneads, 6 p.m., and
7:30 p.m.; Cottondale at
Holmes County, 6 p.m.,
and 7:30 p.m.; Enterprise
at Marianna, 6 p.m., and
7:30 p.m.; Graceville at
South Walton, 7 p.m.

High School.Girls
Basketball
Monday- Marianna at
Mosley, 3:30 p.m., and 5
p.m.
Tuesday- Chipley at
Malone, 5 p.m.: Vernon
at Graceville, 6 p.m.
Thursday- Malone at
FAMU, 5:30 p.m.;
Blountstown at
Cottondale, 7:30 p.m.:
Marianna at Walton, 5:30
p.m., and 7 p.m.
Friday- Blountstown
at Sneads, 4:30 p.m.;
Enterprise at Marianna, 6
p.m.; Graceville at South
Walton, 5:30 p.m.

Chipola Basketball
The Chipola men's and
women's basketball
teams will head to
Tallahassee to face the
TCC Eagles on Tuesday
at 5:30 p.m., and 7:30
p.m.
After that, Chipola
will be off until Jan. 27
when it takes on Gulf
Coast in Panama City.

Marianna Basketball
Kiddie Clinic
The Annual Marianna
High Basketball Kiddie
Clinic will be held Jan.
23 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
in the MHS gym.
Registration begins at
8:30 a.m., witb a cost of
$25.
The clinic is for kids
ages 3 up through the
fifth grade.
For more information,
contact Christi Shelter at
Marianna High School at
482-9605 ext. 306.
- Sports Items
. Send all sports items to
editorial @jcfloridan.co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
Fla. 32447.


B) DUSTIN KENT
Fli e i \" \ SinwI ElmimU
SNEADS - The
Cottondale Lady Hornets
used a big run to sart the
third quarter to pull away
for a 54-39 win over the
Sneads Lady Pirates on
Friday.
Jakia Grimsley and Shay
Wright each scored 18
points to lead the Lady
Hornets to the win.
La'Tilya Baker scored
23 points for Sneads.
Baker came out on fire
for the Lady Pirates,
knocking down three 3-
pointers to start the game
and put Sneads up 9-3.
But the Lady Hornets
recovered to cut the lead to
just a point after one quar-
ter, and Cottondale
regained the lead at 23-21
at halftime after free
throws by Grimsley and


Syrinna Pope.
A put-back h) Sneads'
Meagan Smith tied the
game briefly to start the
third, but the Lady Hornets
soon got some separation.
Cottondale went on a 14-
3 run to finish off the third
period to take a 14-point
lead into the fourth.
A lay-up and a basket by
Wright, followed by a
bucket by Grimsley,
pushed the lead to six at
30-24.
A driving finish by
Grimsley made it 33-24
moments later, and a
jumper by Kourtnic
Richardson and a lay-up by
Wright made it 37-26 CHS
with 3:30 on the clock.
Baker added another
triple to start the fourth,
and a free throw by Shan
Gillette got the deficit back
to 10 for Sneads at 40-30.
Baker scored again on a


mid-range jumper to make
it 44-34. but a pair of short
jump shots by Grimsley
and a breakaway lay-up by
Wright made it 50-34 with
3:19 left in the game.
Wright was hurt on the
play and did not return to
the game.
The extent of her injury
was not vet known.
In her absence, the Lady
Pirates quickly cut back
into the lead with a basket
by Baker and a pair of free
throws by Gillette.
A free throw by Baker
made it 50-39 with 1:39 to
play, but consecutive bas-
kets by Grimsley put the
game on ice for the Lady
Hornets. Grimsley scored
14 of her 18 points in the
second half.
CHS next travels to
Blountstown on Tuesday,
and Sneads goes to
Bonifay on Tuesday.


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defenders during a game earlier this season.
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inreat shape in the district
stUdings at 6-1.
alone next plays host
to'hpley on Tuesday at 5
p.i., then goes to FAMU
onThirsday.
"h, Malone boys won
thdr game easily Friday
nigh' rolling by Ponce De
Leoi72-25.
T.Smith scored 17
poirs to lead the Tigers,
witlChai Baker adding 12
poirs. and Chris Murrf
scong 10.
Malone moved to 15-4

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Continued From Page 1B
la-up by Humose and a
bsket by Juwon Johnson
pt Cottondale up 40-35
though three quarters.
The Pirates surged in
fant early in the fourth
vith a 10-2 run. starting
vith a 3-pointer by Rogers
aid a dunk by Bell to tic
te game at 40-40.
Another 3-pointer by
,ogers put Sneads in front
fir the first time since the
fbur-minute mark of the
second quarter, at 43-42
with 6:48 to play.
X runner by Rogers
made it 45-42 before the
Hrnets charged back with
thdr game-clinching run.
ellamy put Cottondale
up51-46 with a basket. A
mil-range jumper by
Hunose made it 53-47
wih 1:54 to play.
'he Hornets led 55-49
with possession with 51.2
seconds remaining, but
they were able to run off 44
sends due to the Pirates
haing to give foIur fouls to
ge Cottondelc into the
bolus.
Ahen the Hornets were
firUlly sent to the foiul line
wi:h 7 seconds left.
T HFlmose made both shots to
muke it 57-49.


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commands attention


I remember a time years
ago when my son and I
were sitting on the sofa.
The kid, as kids are wont to
do, was harassing me by
poking me with his elbow.
When I'd had quite
enough, I
asked him to
please stop
jobbing me
in the ribs.
The boy
laughed at
me, saying
he would be
happy to
stop "jab- Bob
bing" me, Kornegay
but "job"
was not a
word, at least not as I had
just used it. It's very hard
not to hate smart children.
"It is too a word," I
retorted with pooched-out
lips. "Your Southern cul-
ture must be lacking, son."
The first time I heard the
word "job" as it applies to
being poked or prodded
was back in the 1950s. I
was a small child seated
next to my grandmother at
a high school football
game. Our hometown team'
was losing very badly, due
in large part to the oppos-
ing running back, who ran
wild and free (and mostly
untouched) all game long.,
Late in the contest, as the
athlete reeled off yet anoth-
er huge chunk of yardage,
the crowd began yelling the
typical defensive urgings
like, "Get him!" "Stop
him!"
Grandma, a really avid
high school football fan,
took it a step farther. As the
play ended, she jumped to
her feet and screamed at
the top of her lungs, "Job
his damn eyes out!"


LAKE SEMINOLE -
Bass fishing is described as
"tough."
Most reports are spotty at
best with fish activity very
limited. A few largemouths
are being taken in the
creeks near points and
bends in the creek chan-
nels.
These fish are sporadi-"
cally biting 5 to 6-inch
Texas-rig worms and are
generally found deep, from
15 to 25 feet.
The active bass will be
found primarily in sunken
timber where schools of
baitfish are present.
Dead-vegetation flipping
is also a technique that
might be worth a try.
Overall water conditions
have yet to stabilize enough
to warrant many positive
reports of other species.
LAKE EUFAULA -
Bass are very slow. The
fish are deep due to the
recent prolonged frigid
temperatures and most are
suspended and reluctant to
bite.
The few being caught are
primarily being taken on


MHS
Continued From Page IB
Bulldogs at 171 and 140.
pounds. At the Quad Meet,
Candeleria finished with a
record of 3-0, while Patrick
Cox was 1-0 at 135 pounds,
Jay Phelps 1-1 at 125, and
Blaine Hansford 1-1 at 130.
Bennett was 1-1 at Wewa..
Marianna competed
Saturday at the Dual Meet
Tourney at Pace High
School. This week, the
Bulldogs will be very busy
with three events, starting
with the' BJ Fletcher Duals
on Wednesday at Godby
High School. -
Marianna then hosts a
home dual against Wewa on
Thursday before heading to
Mosley High School for the
Panhandle Championships
Friday and Saturday.
Gardner said his team is
very excited about the
weekend.
"We've been looking for-
ward to that all year," the
coach said. "Everybody
that's any good around here
goes to the Panhandle
Championships. We've still
grt a week to get ready for
it, and that's why we sched-
uled three matches in seven
days to get ready for it.
"It should be fun. We'll
get to see how we measure
up to see where we are.
We're real excited about it."


Grandma, lord love her,
took her football seriously.
I took Grandma seriously
as well. I have been saying
"job" and, truth be told, the
occasional "damn" ever
since.
Now, don't go trying to
tell me that "job" is merely
an uncouth redneck's way
of saying "jab." It is not.
"Job," as any intelligent
Southerner should know, is
a word unto itself. The
terms are related, but "job"
has a much stronger conno-
tation.
For example, one may
jab his finger with a fish
hook, producing no more
than a whispered "ouch."
Job the same finger and
you'll scream like a ban-
shee and bleed like a stuck
pig. Jab a snapping turtle
with a stick and the bel-
ligerent reptile will pull its
head into its shell. Job him
and he'll bite the stick in
half, along with your finger
if he can reach it.
There have been many
times when I have jobbed
when I should have jabbed.
I vividly recall one particu-
lar incident.
Driving through South
Georgia low country
awhile back, I happened
upon a crowd of people
gathered along the shoul-
der of a rural highway. J
pulled over and discovered
the object of everyone's
attention was a six-or-
seven-foot alligator
stretched out, immobile, in
the middle of the road. The
critter had evidently been
attempting to cross from
one wet area to another
when he was shocked into
semi-paralysis by the gath-
ering onlookers. Once
frozen, the gator wasn't


slowly fished Carolina-rigs
at 20 feet or more near
creek channels.
Most bites are coming
after midday.
Spoons and minnow-imi-
tating soft-baits fished on a
drop-shot rig may also pay
off from time to time.
With the next extended
warming trend, begin
working the backs of
creeks with deep-running
crankbaits.
There are few reports of
other-species � activity.
Some crappie concentra-
Lions hae,.been found, but
the bite is extremely spo-
radic. .
L. A' K E
ANb REWS/CHATTA-
HOOCHEE RIVER -
Stained water nd ifll-cool
temperatures continue to
have river fishing at a virtu-
al standstill.
- Conditions should
markedly improve with an
extended warming- trend
and, on a positive note, a
number of previously
closed public access points
have been reopened.


about to go anywhere as
long as people were about
and the people weren't
going anywhere until the
gator did something to give
them a "show" for their
trouble.
Enter Bob, the brave, all-
knowing outdoorsman.
"I'll get him across," I
smugly announced.
The crowd parted in awe.
Here was a man, they obvi-
ously felt, who knew what
he was doing.
From the bed of my'pick-
up, I extracted a broken-off
length of fishing rod about
three feet long. I fearlessly
walked up behind the petri-
fied gator and, with a flour-
ish, jobbed him in the tail,
in a fashion that would
have made my grandmoth-


I


cr proud. He moved, as I
knew he would. Trouble
was, he didn't move in the
proper direction. The sud-
denly animated reptile,
rather than running head-
long as he was facing,
wheeled around to return
from whence he came. The
brilliant outdoor writer
between him and his desti-
nation was not going to
deter him.
The gator quickly turned
and grabbed my jobbing
apparatus. I did not contest
his right to it, opting
instead to leap upon the
hood of the closest idling
vehicle. My antagonist still
had the broken rod in his
mouth as he crossed the
ditch and dove into the
swamp.


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The crowd broke up
soon afterward, though
most folks were laughing
too hard to safely operate a
motorized vehicle when
they drove away. Later, I
managed to muster enough
dignity to climb into my
truck and make my own


exit. Yep, a gentle jab
would hae probably
moved the gator without
incident. On the other
hand, those< who saxx the
show would likely agree
that jobbinhhim turned out
to be a \inole lot more
entertaining


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dream. $8700 321- ii. black $13,000. " ls, Mopar bnpr & 0S 3 -790-795 option. Like New
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S3 33454 2 256- HScooterm E rr d car FORD 04 Whrite E 150 * Ford '02 F150 XLT, 22k, 2537227626 - Ford 83' Fl00, NEW
Ford 0S Focus SE Red 452-8026 Scooter maroon- LOW MILES - 37,300 Conversion, 42K 1i, ' r red, 4WD, Triton .. .l AC, P.S., paint,
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$60,b00. 334 -898 -1201 ' ., miles, loaded, white, est. Daylight Auto Fr- 5 7 Heti, slver w d 1 . 91K,9, 0 3,8sunroof, 4dr, 72K
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Sporty'08 Focus SES S , 5 speed, 32kD Mi. Range '99 Rover HSE -- auto, ps/pb, runs &
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21,000 miles, $13,000 2.5S, white, 34K miles very clean, ballgame miles, manual, new tinted windows, w/ bed cover, 144K You name it... T THE
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Ford '84 Econoline 334-693-0830 a 'o:. -
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$1800.334-791-9099 Oldmobile '93 Silhou- Honda '07 Shadow (r I . , . ,
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Ford '93 Taurus, runs 334-648-5817 .. , ... lu ,
good, needs AC. Pontiac '08G6 GT :...hLi ..1,
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Ford 95' Mustang,Co- down $249 per month .:. 2 ..' Tr : rr:
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miles. Great shape good $1800., 389-0791 42 Hi-,.'
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$3,200 334-685-0560 Pontiac '98 Grand Am . '" ",, ,,
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sunroof, 35mpg, au- cellent gas-mileage. 6- ..y1.' .' II''. ' chevy-I,-l
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685-6233 VW '06 Passat, load- , J
Honda '07 Civic EX ed, blue/black, GPS, . .- . CHEVY '-'
silver, coupe, 5sp, sattalite radio, new .4. rt
39K miles, $13,200 or tires, like new inside '12':""' 1:1-, - -: 7.
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silver, coupe, 5sp, 334-347-0414 � r, :,:. I t '
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