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Local AARP chapter dissolving over politics
Board members believe national McNeill was the first to one more meeting to go, their individual national for re-election. McNeill
group madepartisan endorsements announce he was resign- land at that Dec. 17 lun- memberships will not be said he would have ob-
ing and was cheon session the grofip affected in any way by the jected just as strongly and
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER quickly fol- might decide to meet un- local decision to fold. would have also resigned
firstname.lastname@example.org politics, against its stated lowed by ':der some other name be- He said the vote was 19- if the AARP had endorsed
policy, in the last presi- the other 'cause of their friendships 3 to break up the group. Republican candidate Mitt
The local AARP is dis- dential election. Although members of and need to stay informed About 40 people typically Romney.
banding after, 30 years in the AARP has denied that the board, of issues of concern to se- attend the morthly lun- He said he believes it is
existence, and the reason it has made any such en- he said. Be-" niors. McNeill said he also cheons, although there are improper for AARP to en-
has to do with politics. dorsements, McNeill said McNeill cause no wished to stress that the about 100 members on the dorse any candidate.
Ernest McNeill, vice he doesn't believe that, other mem- local chapter's dissolu- books. He also said he feels that
president of the local in part because, he said, bers of the local AARP-. tion does not mean that McNeill said he person- AARP did so in order to
chapter, said he and all the he received AARP mate- stepped up to take those any local AARP members ally received flyers and advance its own supple-
other board members re- rial, saw ads on television positions, the group came will lose any of the cover- other material from the mental insurance busi-
signed their posts because and heard through other to the decision to dissolve 'agesthey have under their national AARP which he ness, since the president's
they believe the national means that convinced him itself. membership in the nation- 'felt endorsed President
AARP engaged in partisan otherwise. However, the board has al organization. Likewise, Barack Obama in his bid See AARP, Page 5A
ALL WRAPPED UP GrandRidg
Sgearing up for
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
SThe Grand Ridge Christmas Parade
and Festival will be held this Friday.
As in years past, all the fun and food is
free. And there's a bunch to enjoy, with
some new twists this year in addition
to the town's long-standing holiday
The 4 p.m. parade kicks things- off.
Parade officials say,to keep a special
eye on the town's float, as a special
guest might be on board the Santa's
Workshop-themed entry. he parade
will travel down State Road 69 South
to John Thomas Porter Park on Florida
Street, where the party will commence.
'- Santa Claus will be on tifldo totake
children's Christmas lists and to give
out goodie bags.
Grand RidgeTown ManagerJ R. Mon-
Seyham will cook up about 40 gallons of
his special signature chili for the crowd,
and hot dogs also will be served. For
dessert, there's a special treat this year
as late. Thursday afternoon, agroup of
MARKSKINNER/JACKSONCOUNTYFLORIDIAN local high school students who live in
l ancy Carraway wraps a present for Taylor Stuart Tuesday at Malone School's Santa Store. The Grand Ridge will whirl up an advanced
store, a traditionat the school, lets children buy gift s for parents and siblings, said store manag- bach of ihipy on candy to give
SerVickiWood, a secretary/bookkeeper at Malone School. She said it has been opening its doors Parents and grandparents are en-
,during the Christmas season for the last 15 years or so and sells new and donated items that range in couraged to bring their lawn chairs
to the festival, and maybe some for
price from 10 cents to $10. Student Christmas shoppers can pick ftom a variety of merchandise includ- the children if they have time to rest.
ing candles, jewelry, books, mugs, makeup, blankets, toys and knickknacks and then have it wrapped by
a community volunteer or an older student. SeeCHRISTMAS Page 5A
County turns over old health property to Marianna
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
email@example.com 10 more of those, amove that ac- She also expects to add some
tually will ~reate 20 more private 'treadmills and stationary bikes,
Jackson County Commis- rooms. In each case, moving a a permanent training stair-
sioners have agreed to give the resident from a double to one of way and other physical therapy
county's -old health department the new private rooms will make equipment that the facility does
property to the city of Marianna, the existing double a private, ex- not have.
as the municipality requested plained City Manager Jim Dean. The city-ruii facility has an av-
several months ago. By the time all the work is done, erage occupancy rate of 90 per-
The city plans to tear down the the city would have 40 private cent on the nursing home side,
old brick health building, which rooms if the current conceptual and Dean said he believes hav-
was built in the 1950s and now plans go forward as envisioned, ing more private rooms could
suffers major flaws, to make Dean said he doesn't have boost that number even higher.
room for the expansion of its a firm estimate for when this Private rooms, he said, are in
Marianna Health and Rehabili- work and the expansion of the high demand in the area and in
tative Services facility next door. rehab side could be completed, short supply overall throughout
It serves as a long-term care but speculated a time frame of MARKSKINNER/JACKSONCOUNTY LORIDIAN the Northwest Florida region.
nursing home as wellas arehab 2014 or 2015. He stressed that The Old Jackson County Health Department building and property on The countyhadbeenaskedlast
center for short-term patients the plans are still conceptual but 4th Street was turned over to the city of Marianna at Tuesday's county August to hand over the prop-
who are recovering, from inju- that he anticipates that the two commission meeting, erty once the county health de-
ries or other physical traumas projects will add about 10,000 partment moved from the aging
and plan to return to their'own square feet to the facility. He Gay said she is thrilled with the home county. 4th Street facility next door into
homes, estimates the cost at roughly news that the center will now Gay said she expects to estab- a new state-of-the-art building
The citywants to makeits phys- $1.5 million and said the money have room to grow, arid this will lish a full-service kitchen in the off Caverns Road, but county
ical, occupational and speech would come out of Health and open new opportunities for lo- new space, where patients can officials initially declined. Conm-
therapy section larger and plans Rehab reserve funds. cal people who have suffered cook, load and unload a dish- missioners said they wanted to
to convert some two-occupant The expansion rehab side is injuries. Instead of traveling to washer, and attain proficiency in explore other options for its use
rooms to private rooms. expected to take up a majority Dothan, Panama City or Talla- other household duties so they by the county, but ultimately
Health and Rehab is a 180-bed share of the new space, Dean hassee for the extensive therapy can return home with assurance learned that rules governing use
center with 20 private rooms. said. they might need to return home, they once again can safely navi-
The city wants to build space for FacilityAdmirnistrator Melinda they'll be able to stay in their gate through their daily lives. See PROPERTY, Page 5A
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RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage Sunrise 6:30 AM
Sunday Mbnday Woodruff 39.06 ft. 66.0 ft. Sunset 4:41 PM
Blountstown 0.52 ft. 15.0 ft. Sunset 4:41 PM
Blountstown 0.52ft. 15.0 ft.. Moonrise 6:39 AM Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan.
Possible Showers. Scattered Storms. Marianna 5.82 ft. 19.0 ft. Moonse 13 20 28
Caryville 2.35 ft. 12.0 ft. Moonset 5:21 PM 2
MEDIA PARTNERS w e.e-
JACKSON COUNTY Comn ity Calendar
F L O ID A N TODAY door).,Call 569-1294 or 557-0374. lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
B Chill Lunch Christmas Fundralser -11 a.m. Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m. at Evangel Wor- a Alford Community Organization Meeting 6
Publisher Valeria Roberts to 2 p.m. at First Church of the Nazarene, 2987 ship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna; p.m. in the Alford Community Center. New members
firstname.lastname@example.org Madison St. in Marianna (corner of Kelson and Adult, teen meetings to "overcome hirts, habits and from Alford; surrounding communities invited to
Madison). Plates, $6 each, include a bowl of chili, hang-ups.' Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call join. Call.579-4482, 638-4900 or 579-5173.
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski crackers, desert and a drink. Hosted by Anchorage 209-7856,573-1131. Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
email@example.com Children's Home and Quality Parenting Initiative. Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 p.m. in the AA room of First UnitedcMethodist
Delivery available (5 plate minimum). R.S.V.P.Rby p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
CONTACT US Dec.11 to 482-9568 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Church, 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Proceeds will buy Christmas presents for children. .TUESDAY, DEC. 18
FA. 850-482-4478 Orentation 12:30-3:30 p.m. at theMarianna SATURDAY, DEC.15 St. Anne Thrift Store Hours 9a.. to 1p.m.
Email: email@example.com Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90 in
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgMarianna. Register for free job placement and com- Meet the author Gus Gustafson -10 a.m. to Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave. in
Ma Adds: puter training; learn about services. Call 526-0139. 2 p.m..at the Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Marianna. All Christmas items half-pricestarting
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447 Green St. in Marianna. Gustafson Will tell stories Dec. 18. Store closed Dec. 25-Jan. 2. ,
Street Address: Grand Ridge Town Councl Meeting 6 p.m. from and sign copies of his book, "Experiencing Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting
4403 Constitution Lane in Grand Ridge Town Hall. Call 592-4621. the Adventure' which chronicles the author's more Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill ih Marianna.
Marianna, FL 32446 A Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, than 24 years of work with wild animals. Call 482- Mak d Taky 1-8
Marian 2446 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- 9631. Make and Take Ornament Day- 12-8 p.m.at
the JacksonCounty Public Library, 2929 GreenSt.
Weekd s donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance Anonymous Op M ng in Marianna P and children welcome to craft
Weekdays, 8 a.mto 5 p.m. limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; 4:30-5:30 p.m. in the AAroom of First United Christmas ornaments (supplies provided). Call
papers will not be signed. Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 482-9631.
MISS YOUR PAPER? 9 Annual CommuntyChrt
You should receive your newspapEr ho later B ZRIDAY, DEC. 14 th Annual Community Chrlstma s Light ) Sewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson County
You should receive yournewspap o ter RIDAY, Show- B98 p.m. CSTDec. 7-9 and 14-16 at Three Senior Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna.
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Better ea rs Club Meeting 2-3 p.m. Rivers State Park in Sneads. Free admission; dona- Call 482-5028.
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to in the Hudnall Building community room, Jackson tions for future events, nonperishable food for local Hospital Board of I tees Finance Com-
Friday, and 7 a.m. toll a.m. on Sunday. The Hospital campus, 4230 Hospital Drive, Marianna. food drives accepted. Call 482-9006'. mtptee, Board Meetin s 5 p.m. in the Hudall
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Helping meet the challenges of chronic lung Building Community Rooh, on th'e campus of the
disease. Program/holiday celebration, "Growing a SUNDAY, DEC. 16 Jackn Hospitain Marianna
is published Tuesday through Friday and disease. Program/holiday celebration, "Growing a SUNDAY,DEC.16 Jackson Hospital in Marianna.
Healthier Community:'presented by Jackson Hos-on County Youth CounMi
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid pital CEO Larry Meese. Bring a friend or caregiver. Candlelight Service of Remembrance 3:30 NAACP/Jckson County Youth Council
at Marianna, FL.- No cost to attend. Light refreshments served. Call p.m. at the M. Sue and Rodney D. Pittman Memo-; Fndralser 5-9 p.m. at Beef'O'Brady's in Mari
718-2849. rial Chapel of Christian Memorial Chapel Funeral anna. Tell your server or cashier that you're there
SM e N t At Home, 5441 Cooper St., Graceville. Offering family to support the Youth Council and a portion of your
SU R rnament CraAing/Free Movie N ight At and friends a chance to grieve, heal and remember. bill will be donated. Funds will help with the group's
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. Refreshments will be served. Public welcome. Call National Convention trip this summer.
Home delivery $11.23 per month; $32.83 in Marianna. Parents and children are welcome to 263-6834. Alcohcs Anonymous Open Meeting --9
for three months: $62.05 for six months: craft Christmas ornaments (supplies.provided), 3-6 Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meetng-8-9
for three onhs; $62.05for ix months; pm"The Polar Express" will be screened 6-8 p.m. 9th Annual Community Christmas Light p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
and $123.45for one year. All prices include Call 482-9631. Show 6-8 p.m. CST Dec. 7-9 and 14-16 at Three Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
applicable state and local taxes. Mail rad Ri Christmas PaAde Fet i Rivers State Park in Sneads. Free admission; dona-
ap Grand Ridge Christmas Parade & Festival tions for future events, nonperishable food for local
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail 4 p.m. parade starting at Town Hall, ending at food drives accepted. Call 482-9006. WEDNESDAYDEC.19
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; John Thomas Porter Park on Florida Street (line D Job Club 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Mari-
$92.24for six months; and $184.47 for one up: Hall Street, 3 p.m.) in Grand Ridge; The festival Alcohols Ano ous Closed Dscssio anaGoodwill Career Training Center, 4742 U.S.90
year. follows, in the park, where special children's activi- 630 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. i n Marianna.Lear obseekingetention ls.Ca
ties are planned, including a visit from Santa Claus, (in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.) 526-139in Marianna. Learn job seeking/retention skils. all
ADVERTISING who take Christmas lists and hand out goodie bags. Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meting-Noon
TheTown will serve a hot dog and chili supper to all. drinking. 1 Alioholics Anonymos Open Meeting Noon
The advertiser agrees that the publisher Bring lounge chairs. Deadline for parade entries: t 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Sshall notbe liable for damages arising Nov. 30; call 592-4621. MONDAY, DEC. 17
out of errors and advertisements beyond n 9th Annual Community Christmas LIght AARP Chapter 3486 Final Meeting Noon in THURSDAY, DEC.20
the amount paid for the space actually Show 6-8 p.m. CST Dec. 7-9 and 14-16 at Three the First Methodist Church Youth Center, Marianna.
occupied by that portion of the advertise- Rivers State Park in Sneads. Free admission; dona- Members, bring a covered dish (fried chicken pro- B St. Anne Thrift Store Hours 9 a.m. to l1p.m.
ments in which the error occurred, whether tiohs for future events, nonperishable food for local vided). Local musician Roger Whitaker will present a Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave. in
sucherrorisduetothenegligenceofthe food drives accepted. Call 482-9006. Christmas program. Marianna. All Christmas items half-price, starting
publisher's employees or otherwise, ande LIve Nativity Scene 6-8 p.m. on Madison B Jackson County Community Helpers Club Dec.18. Store closed Dec. 25-Jan. 2.
there shall be not liabilit for non-inser- Street in Marianna, across from the farmers' market Monthly Meeting 3 p.m. at 4571 Dickson Road B Caregiver Support Group Meeting -11 a.m.
pavilion.Free admission. Presented by First Presby- in Greenwood, The club invites the community to to noon in the First Presbyterian Church Social
tion of any advertisement beyond the terian Church of Marianna. fellowship at the club site. Call 592-4649. Hall, 4437 Clinton St. in Marianna. Open to all
amount paid for such advertisement.This B Play:"How the Grinch"Stole Christmas" 6 B Jackson County Development Council Board family caregivers providing care to loved ones or
newspaper will not knowingly accept or p.m. in the Malone School Auditorium, presented by of Directors Meeting 5 p.m. in the upstairs friends. Confidential group, facilitated by a profes-
Spublish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- the MaloneDrama Club. Tickets are $3 for adults; conference room of the Nearing Court Office Build- sional group counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks
ing which expresses preference based on $1 for ages 10 and younger. ing, 2840 Jefferson St., Marianna. Public welcome. provided.
legally protected personal characteristics is 34th Annual NAACP Freedom Fund Awards Call 526,4005. Orientation 12:30-3:30 p.m. at the Marianna
not acceptable. Banquet -7 p.m. at the Jackson County Agricul- B Jackson County Qullter's Gulld Meeting Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90 in
ture Complex, Pennsylvania Avenue in Marianna.- 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, Marianna. Register for free job placement and
HOWTO GETYOUR Guest speaker: Author Elton Patterson of Tallahas- 3975 US 90 West, Marianna..Business meetings are computer training; learn about services. Call 526-
NEWS PUBLISHED see. Tickets: $40 each, in advance ($45at the fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, 0139.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
news of general interest free of charge. email email@example.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
'events via email, fax, mail, or hand delivery. Police RoTl1up
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement,
anniversary and birth announcements. MARIANNA POLICE Office and county fire/rescue fic stops, two larceny corn- amine, possession of marijua-
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. DEPARTMENT reported the following inci- plaints, one criminal mischief na-less than 20 grams, unlawful
Photographs must be of good quality and -dents for Dec. .complaint, one civil dispute, possession of listed chemicals,
suitable for print.The Foridan reserves the The Marianna Police De- 1' ,1. the lat- one littering complaint, one possession of drug parapher-
suileor p. e anreserves e artment listed the following est available fraud complaint, one assist of nalia, felon in possession of a
rightto edit a submssons. incidents fr Dec. 11, the latest report. (Some of a motorist, two retail thefts, firearm.
GETTING IT RIGHT available report: Two accidents, these calls may two assists of other agencies, a Willard Mills, 58, 3732 Whis-
The Jackson County Floridan's policy one suspicious vehicle, one be related to four public service calls, one pering Pines Circle, Green-
is to correct mistakes promptly. To burglary, one verbal distur- after-hours calls criminal registration and four wood, alligator possession of
report an error please call 526-3614 bance, one drug offense, one taken on behalf of Graceville transports.. parts, etc.
Monday-Friday. burglar alarm, four traffic stops, and Cottondale police depart- David Ingram, 43, 4363 Kel-
one criminal mischief com- ments): One accident, three JACKSON COUNTY son Ave., Marianna, attempted
plaint, one trespass complaint, abandoned vehicle reports, one CORRECTIONAL FACILITY manufacture of methamphet-
two obscene/threatening suspicious vehicle, one suspi- amine, unlawful possession
phone call, two animal com- cious incident, three suspi- The following persons were of listed chemicals, felon in
plaints, orie property damage. cious persons, one escort, two .booked into the county jail dur- possession of a firearm.
complaint; and three public reports of mental illness, one ing the latest reporting periods:
service calls. burglary, one woodland fire, ) Shakayra Williams, 22, 1717 Jail Populatlonf 218
two drug offenses, one hazard- Grande Point Blvd., Orlando,
JACKSON COUNTY ous material incident, uttering a forged instrument. T repor a crime,call CrimeStoppers
SHERIFF'S OFFICE 15 medical calls, four traffic B Chad Vickery, 31, 2495 High- agency.
SHERIFF'Si OFFICE crashes, four burglar alarms, way 73, Marianna, attempted To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
.JCFLORIDAN .COME The Jackson County Sheriff's two panic alarms, 20 traf- manufacture of methamphet- 404-FWCC (3922).
JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOCAL THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13,2012 3AF
Locals thanked for making CHIPOLA SERVICE
National Night Out a success r'O
Special to the Floridan
On Aug. 7, the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office,
the Marianna Police De- a
partment and Crime Stop-
pers of Jackson County
headlined the first local
National Night Out event, i
at Madison Park.
National Night Out is de- i SUBMITTED PHOTO
signed to help raise aware- Chipola College business major Rebecca Dominguez recently
ness with the community painted a mural for third-grade teachers Tonya Amerson and
about crime prevention, Keyla Boswell at Bethlehem Elementary School. A community
organized crime and drug service project is required of all Chipola business majors.
prevention, by creating a C t w
nership. The event gives
citizens a chance to inter-
act with the first respond-
ers, and law enforcement SUBMITTEDPHOTO
officials on a personal ba- For her efforts coordinating the local National Night Out event, Sgt. Cheree' Edwards of the
sis, and learn how we can Jackson County Sheriffs Office, center, receives an appreciation plaque presented by Sheriff
work together to combat Lou Roberts, left, and Jim Peacock with Crime Stoppers.
National Night Out is
also a way for emergency
personnel and the agen-
cies that assist them to say
thankyou for being part of
a community that wants SUBMITTEPHOT
toenforce a "zero toler- From left, Coleman Duraso, Elizabeth Carnley, Austin
ance" community., Westbrook, Taylor Duraso, Kaylee Hatcher, Dellon Barber and
Over 1,700 people were c Cole Jordan.
able to feast on free ham- h rse
burgers and hot dogs, ,
while they visited the M OneFFAhors
variety of venders that
were on site. Thanks to
James Band, Diamond
D and Kit Reagan the
crowd was. entertained by ane a r state title
a variety of music. How-
ever, none of this would Special to the Floridan Barber and Cole Jordan.
have been possible The clinic included ba-
without the help of our For his efforts coordinating the local National Night Out event, Capt. Scott Edwards of the In Florida FFA, after a sic instruction in halter
participants. Jackson County Sheriff's Office, center, receives an appreciation plaque presented by Sheriff state title has been won, and performance, sample
The Jackson County Lou Roberts, left, and Jim Peacock with Crime Stoppers. the winning students can. classes, and an explana-
Sheriff's Office, Marianna College for the public slide. David Melvin Engineers, no longer participate in tion/demonstration of a
Police Department and service demonstrations Thanks went out to the Jackson County AARIE Al- that particular contest. scored class.
Crime Stoppers of Jackson as well educational infor- Pilot Club, the Health trusa, River Town Com- Since Malone FFA took Other horse enthusiasts
County extend a big thank mation; and Department Department, First Meth- munity Church, and Bob the 2012 Florida FFA State Cydney Hewett, Devon
you to their partners: Flor- of Corrections for the use odist Church, Civil Air Pforte. Horse Judging title, the Southwell, Hollie Askew'
ida Highway Patrol for the of their K-9 vehicles and Patrol, Jackson Hospital, Lastly, organizers recog- group is starting with a and Chelsea Edenfield -
use of the rollover demo .handlers. Traffic Safety Team, and nize that the event would fresh crop of judgers. were unable to attend the
car; Department of For- A kid's area was made Department of Trans- not have been possible The new horse judging clinic, but are nonetheless
estry for their vehicles and available by Evangel Wor- portation for all the in- without the help of the group began its journey at working hard to become
Smokey the Bear; Marian- ship Center, which provid- formational booths; to many volunteers in the the University of Florida a member of the 2012-13
na Fire Department and ed fishing games, bucket those that donated items community that asked to horse judging clinic on teams.
the fire truck; National toss, rings toss, baseball for our giveaways: Rahal- be a -part of NNO. Grati- Saturday, Dec. 8. Malone Malone Middle
Guard for -the use of the throw and snow cones. Miller Chevrolet, Chipola tude was expressed to FFA students attending School will compete in
Humvee and the rock wall; Apalachee Correctional Ford, Hopkins, Walmart, Anna Arrington, Diane were Coleman Duraso, Okeechobee on Jan. 18
Florida Fish and Wild- Ihstitution served up nev- Permanent Beauty by Al- Pate, Lori Chase and Mar- Elizabeth Carnley, Austin and Malone High School
life for the live a'lligaior er-ending popcorn, while ice, Lil' Momma, Delight sha Furr, and all of the Westbrook, Taylor Duraso, will compete in Tampa on
demonstration; Jackson the Marianna Fire. De- and the 1st Methodist officers from the Jackson Kaylee Hatcher, Dellon Feb. 9.
CountyCorrectionalFacil- partment provided popu- Church; and those that County Sheriff's Office
ity for their transport van lar favorites, a bounce .gave monetary dona- and the Marianna Police
demonstration; Chipola house and inflatable tions: The Optimist Club, Department. CU TE K ID S
Gas prices are going up. Here are ,
the least expensive places to buy M
gas in Jackson County, as of
Thursday afternoon. i
1. $3.23, LOVES Travel Center,
Hwy. 231, Cottondale
2. $3.23, Raceway 861, Hwy. 231,
3. $3.24, Murphy Oil, Hwy. 71 S., s.
Marianna ~',x : '1 -
4. $3.25, Pilot, Hwy,71, SMEH
Ma5. 3.25, Travel Center, Hwy.71 Bryce and Braylon Speights, 3 and 4, are the children of Belkis
SS., Marianna Torres and Robert Speights Jr., both from Cottondale.
6. $3.27, McCoy's Food Mart, 2
Jefferson, Marianna Ty this on for SIGHS!
7.$3.28, Mobil Food Mart,
Jefferson, Marianna t
8. $3.29, Dixie Food 8 Gas, Hwy.
If you see a lower price, i i .,
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at firstname.lastname@example.org. Store Hours
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State Briefs on panel upset
Right whale tate residents.panel upset over
mother-and-calf pairs $39M verdict
s- sDo. .v teacher evaluation glitches
Florida wildlife officials reversed In Fla.
say they've spotted the WEST PALM BEACH -A
first mothers and calves Florida appellate court is
of the right whale calving ordering a new trial after The Associated Press day after, being corrected Interim Education Com- Germany, Israel, Sweden,
season. reversng an aing f r with the percentage virtu- missioner Pam Stewart Denmark, Chinese Taipei,
Right whales are an en- smoker's $39 million judg- State Board of Education. ally unchanged, but board said the problem occurred Great Britain and France.
Right whales are anen- smoernt against a toao' members on Wednesday members said the episode because some school dis- Board member Roberto
vationisngered species. onser- ment against a toacco bemoaned an embarrass- cost the state credibility. tricts submitted duplicate "Bobby" Martinez won
a rebound in births after A three-judge panel ing and credibility dam- The evaluations have reports, which are re- the panel's support for his
the number o newbor of the 4th District Court aging glitch that occurred been contentious with quired for salary informa- legislative proposal that
whales hit a 10-year low of Appeal in West Palm when Florida released many teachers and their tion in certain cases but would repeal alaw requir-
last winter. Beachruled Wednesday the first results from its unions opposed to a heavy not for the evaluations. ing the state to decide
Te Florida Fish and that a Broward County new teacher evaluation reliance on student test Stewart noted the results which textbooks school
The Florida Fish and that a Browardoty system. scores. for the last school year districts can purchase.
Wildlife Conservation jury was unduly swayed system. scores. for the last school year districts can purchase.
Commissionsaysthe first by Cindy Naugle'spoor The panel, meeting in "Before we put anything were the first using what's Martinez said it's an out-
mother-and-calf pairs health and the refusal of Tampa, also endorsed a on our website or before called a value-added moded requirement in
were spotter Dec. 4 in the Philip Morris USAto ad- proposalto eliminate state we release, there must be model. the electronic age. He
Atlantic Ocean off north- mit past wrongdoing textbook adoption and a thorough review of the "We'll get better at it ev- said schools and teach-
east Floi Oc ne pair was Theh panel reversed its called for celebrating the data and multiple eye- ery single year," she said. ers should be given the
east Flonda. One pair was The panel revesed its achievement of Florida's balls looking at it," said Board members also flexibility to choose from
to the St. Johns River. The hold the judgment after 2011 fourth-graders who board member A.K. De- urged staffers to do a wider array of materials
other was seen about a Philip Morris asked for a came in a close second on sai. "It takes everything more to call more at- whether in book form or
dozen miles off Amelia rehearing an international reading away and distracts the tention to international digital.
Island.' The jury initially test. students, parents, oth- reading scores released It was his final act as a
Experts estimate as few awarded Naugle $300 mil- The Department of Edu- ers and makes us look Tuesday by the National board member as his term
as 400 North Atlantic right lion. Circuit Judge Jeffrey cation last week posted incompetent. Center for Education expires at the end of the
whales remain. Female Streitfeld reduced that ver- results showing 97 per- Board member Kath- Statistics. year.
right whales migrate each dict to $39 million because cent of Florida's teachers leen Shanahan said peo- Florida's overall fourth- The board also passed a
w inter to the warmer he believed t he jury hadonbec were rated as effective" ple sometimes are afraid grade reading score was rule change to implement
waters off Georgia and acted out of sympathy or "highly effective" on a to let others review their 569,justtwopointsbehind a new law allowing ac-
Florida to vebirth afWeb page only to take it work"because we feellike Hong Kong and ahead of tive duty service person-
'llsn wantsgve fei down hours later because it's going to make us look 54 other school systems nel and veterans to earn
oud t s Nelson wants fled bf errors. weak and that's not the including the United college credit for military
Ousted Ind.school to probe Florida It was restored the next ease." States overall, Canada, training.
chief new Florida reform school
commissioner MARIANNA U.S.
TA SSEE di- Sen. Bill Nelson wants Gov. Scott to talk health care with Obama
ana's recently ousted state the Justice Department to The Associated Press* Scott told reporters Tues- safety net that our citizens Sen. Joe Negron re-
school superintendent is join an expanded search day. "As you know, my are able to pay for," said minded the committee
Florida's new education for graves and possible FORT LAUDERDALE goal was to sit down with Scott, a former health care that the state will spend
commissioner. evidence of crimes at a Gov. Rick Scott wants her, to understand on the executive, about $21 billion on Med-
The State Board of defunct reform school in to meet with President exchanges, how we could Florida lawmakers have icaid this year. Medicaid
Education selected Tony the Florida Panhandle. Barack Obama to discuss do what Flbridians want decided to let the fed- covprs nearly 3 million
Bennett, a Republican The Florida Democrat the federal health over- we need lower health eral government run the people about half are
who lost a bid for re-elec- on Wednesday made the haul, including ways to care cost, we need to con- state's health exchange, an children.
tion in Indiana last month, request in a letter to make expanding the Med- stantly focus on access online marketplace where Lawmakers say it must
onWednesdayinTampa. Attorney General Eric icaid rolls and setting up and quality. residents and small busi- be overhauled because
The board picked Ben-' Holder. online health exchanges Scott has been a vocal nesses can shop for health it's eating up about 30
nett from a slate of three University of South more affordable for states critic of the Affordable care coverage. They could percent of the state
finalists. Florida anthropologists on with tight budgets. Care Act, but softened his change their mind later, budget.
The others were Murray Monday released a report The request comes after position after the elec- but that would take ap- If Florida lawmakers de-
State University President indicating they had docu- the Obama administra- tion, saying he's open proval by the Legislature cide to fully expand their
Randy Dunn, who once. mented the deaths of two tion said Monday that to working with federal and governor. Medicaid rolls, the Obama
served as state superin- staffers and 96 children states can do a partial health officials to find a But they still must de- administration is offering
tendent in Illinois, and at the former Arthur G. Medicaid expansion but solution., But he's repeat- cide' whether they will to absorb the cost fof-the
Arlington, Va., educa- Dozier School for Boys in that they wouldn't get the edly expressed concerns expand Medicaid rolls, first three years and pick
tion onnsultant Charles Maanna. three years of 100 percent about the potential costs Officials estimate close to up 90 percent of the tab
Hokanson, a former They also said they federal funding provided to Florida taxpayers. Now 900,000 residents could be after that.
deputy assistant U.S. found 50 gravesites on the under the law. Scott had he's one of several Repub- covered under expanded' Florida has one of the-
secretary of education in grounds. That's 19 more previously requested to lican governors who re- Medicaid rolls by fiscal highest rates of unin-
President George W. Bush's than the Florida Depart- meet with Health and Hu- cently sent a letter asking year 2020-2021, costing, sured rates and some of
administration. ment of Law Enforcement man Services Secretary the president to meet with the state $330 million. the most stringent eligi-
Bennett led efforts in identified in a prior Kathleen Sebelius to dis- them to discuss ways to A Senate committee bility requirements in the
Indiana to adopt many of investigation. FDLE, cuss his concerns that the make health care afford- charged with overseeing country for Medicaid. A
the accountability chang- though, was unable to law could burden state able and accessible. the implementation of family of three with in-
es pioneered by Florida. confirm or refute claims taxpayers. "We care about those the health law had its first come of $11,000 a year
Former Commissioner that school staffers had "Well it's disappointing who can't afford their meetingjustlastweekand makes too much and
Gerard Robinson resigned abused students decades that Secretary Sebelius health care.We've got to be seemed far from making single residents are not
in August after only about ago. would take that position," able to afford a health care any decisions.. covered.
a year on the job. He cited _
.separation from his family Police: Man fatally
inVirginiawherehe previ- shot roommate Miss. lawmakers brush up on education proposals
ously had been secretary
of education. over dinner
of education over d e The Associated Press Some of the charter could not be religious for charter schools,
HOLLY HILL-Police in school supporters wore schools. separate from the ex-
Fla. reaches 1 central Florida say a man JACKSON, Miss. Mis- lapel stickers with "School The proposal would isting state Board of
million mark with fatally shot his room- sissippi lawmakers were Choice." create a governing board Education.
concealed weapons mate during an argument doing homework Wednes- Charters are public
over how to prepare pork day before the 2013 schools that are free of COMERFOLT
TALLAHASSEE Flori- chops. session. some state regulations. COMERFORD VAULT
da will soon have 1 million Holly Hill Police Chief The House and Senate Supporters say char- MEMORIAL S
people with valid permits Mark Barker told the Day- education committees ters would give flexibil-
to carry a concealed tona Beach News-Journal met together at the Capi- ity for different academic Le helpyou
weapon. the shooting happened tol to discuss elementa- approaches. Let us help you
Agriculture Commis- about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. ry-school reading skills, Opponents worry char- with a memoria
sioner Adam Putnam Barker says another teacher evaluations and ters would get too much DURfBIITY
announced Wednesday roommate called 911 and charter schools. attention and money, dis-
that the state would cross 55-year-old Thomas Mat- House Education Chair- tracting people from ef-
the milestone sometime thew Hahn confessed to man John Moore, R-Bran- forts to improve all public
next week. Putnam said responding officers. don, said no bills have schools. All Work & Material Guaranteed
the state has the largest Barker says the room- been filed, but the meet- Rachel Canter is ex- i '
number of concealed mate was shot twice in the ing provided a glimpse of ecutive director of Mis- Burial Vaults, Mausoleums,
weapon permit holders in head. His name has not what lawmakers might sissippi First, an edu- Benches, Markers
the nation. been released. discuss once the three- cation policy group and All Cemetery Supplies
The number of people Hahn told officers that month session starts in that supports charter
applying for concealed his roommate had come early January. schools.
weapon permits has risen home drunk and the two "Members can go ahead She gave a detailed
sharply over the last four began arguing about and start thinking about briefing about a proposed
years. dinner. He says they've ar- it," Moore said during bill her group wants law-
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ar. A time of rememProperty appraiser gets OK to redraw digitals
Marianna Chapel Gardens, A time of remem-
Funeral Home brance will be held from BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
3960 Lafayette Street 1:00 P.M. until time of serv- firstname.lastname@example.org
Marianna, Florida 32446 ice.
Phone 850-526-5059 Marianna Chapel Funer- Years ago, before the
Fax 850-526-3066 al Home is in charge of ar- computer and digital age,
rangements. it was a simple if muscle-
Expressions of sympathy taxing matter for folks to
James William may be submitted online at see clear-cut parcel lines
Campbell www.inariannachapelfh.com. and aerial photos of the
James & Sikes lands recorded in the
Funeral Home Jackson County Property
Mr. James William Camp- Maddox Chapel Appraiser's office.
bell, age 71, of Marianna 4278 Lafayette Street They could roll up their d e
formerly of Gulf County Mi na, F L32 6 sleeves uld rous up their
passed away on Monday, 850.482.2332 sleeves and dust off the
December 10, 2012 in the big, heavy parcel map
Marianna Health & Reha- www.1amesandsikesfuneralhomes.com books for a look at their of-
bilitation Center. ficial property lines. They
He was born in Missouri Doris Allen could stretch out the big
on December 2, 1941 to the Ke aerial naps for a bird's eye
late Raymond W. and An- view of it within the larger
nie Lee Campbell. Before swath of land surrounding
moving to Marianna, Mr. Funeral services will be th
Campbell had lived in Gulf at 2 p.m. Thursday, De- it if they chose.
County for thirty-eight cember 13, 2012 at First If they wanted to see the
years. After many years of Baptist Church in property lines overlaid
service Mr. Campbell re- Cottondale with Rev. Jack against the aerials, they MARK SKINNER/JACKSON COUNTYFLORIDIAN
tired from St. Joe Paper Brock officiating. Inter- got some help from staff. Jackson County Property Appraiser Sharon Cox points out how the aerial maps and property
Mill and started his second ment will follow in First Employees simply would maps aren't matching up properly.
career with the State of United Methodist Church grab a rule and draw the to give the customers an money back to the board "I know that budgets are
Florida Forestry Division. Cemetery in Cottondale. lines in with ink for the accurate look at an aerial as she typically does. But tight and I know that ev-
e was of the Baptist faith Marianna Chapel customer. overlaid with plot map her requests had come in ery department's budget
and enjoyed working with and l deel
horses and mules. Funeral Home With the digital age, lines, they must resort a stretch of lean budget is important," she said.
He was preceded in 3960 Lafayette Street things seemed to get sim- to the old rule-and-ink times. One year, she'd set "So I tried to understand.
death by his parents. Marianna, Florida 32446 pler still. In most cases, the method. aside $25,000 to get start- I'm just very, very happy
Mr. Campbell is survived Phone 850-526-5059 digital system did simplify Without an experienced ed on the project, but the that they approved it this
by one daughter Christal Fax 850-526-3066 and expand property-re- assessment team, assess- board asked her to trim year. I know some coun-
Harris and her husband lated capabilities in the ing the property from the that out. She started over ties have paid $300,000
Johnny of Cottondale two Rosa oaquina office. But in one way, it off-center merged files and was denied again an- for this service, but I have
sons James William Camp- created a wave of frustra- could be difficult, but Cox other year. a vendor that I've worked
bell, Jr. and wife Mandy of Samper tion and confusion that said the people there know But in budget year with for years and who did
Atlanta, and Douglas Edg- Pieschaon Property Appraiser Sha- how to adjust from the im- 2011-12, she tried again some samples of the work
Virgalla., one brother Odes ron Cox has been dealing ages in order to accurately when she calculated that for free, to show us how it
Campbell oand his wife Rosa Joaquina Samper with for years. assess property. she had $53,740 left over, would look, so I'm feeling
Jeannie of Warrensburg, Pieschacon died peacefully Digital advances have But, Cox hopes the prob- mainly because of a po- very fortunate that I have
Missouri, three sisters in her sleep at Bay Medical made it possible to merge lem is about to go away. sition she hadn't filled. the money and a price
Charlotte Davis of Center this past Monday. the aerial photos and par- This week, she saw some That's just $400 shy of that match up and a board
Warrensburg, Missouri, Rosa entered this Earth cel maps, so that, in theo- light at the end of the tun- what she needed to have that has approved it.
Frances Hunt and her hus-, on August 14, 1931 and left ry, no one would have to nel and she couldn't be the overlays redrawn. She "This is going to help
band Frank of Cypress, on December 10, 2012. draw the plot lines on the happier. tried again this week to the office and the cus-
Texas, and Verna Jenkins She was preceded in aerial maps. But, in prac- To merge the files, get the board to approve tomers and it's something
and her husband Casey of death by her husband, Jo- tice, the digitally merged the digital overlays the expense, and commis- that we really need to get
Holden, Missouri, his six seph Pieschacon, and one files don't match up prop- that link to the aerials sioners unanimously ap- done. The people in the
grandchildren Zachery son William Pieschacon.
Campbell and his wife Ash- She is survived b her erly. A house might ap- must be redrawn. And proved the plan. office now can do our as-
ley, Tyler Harris, Emma children: Isabel Couvrette, pear to be situated in the that costs money Cox said it will take sessments accurately,
Campbell, Kristen Camp- Joann Mackey; Joseph, middle of a road, for in- several thousand dol- about six or eight months because we know how to
bell, Justin Campbell and Brendan, Eileen and stance. When members lars. Cox has been trying to do the work. In the adjust (from the out-of-
Joshua Campbell, his great Damian Pieschacon; of the public come in to for years to get permis- meantime, her staff will sync maps), but we won't
granddaughter Liliana grandchildren; and some look at the images, those sion from Jackson County keep their trusty pens and work and live forever, so
Goforth. family in Colombia. who aren't aware of the Commissioners to use rules nearby. we need something accu-
A time of remembrance Rosa was very kind, very quirk are confused. Staff some left-over funds to She said she was grate- rate in here for the people
will be held from 10:00 generous, and had a sweet, explains it to new people accomplish the task ful that the board saw fit who'willsomedaycomein
A.M. to 11:00 A.M. on Fri- humble, and gentle dispo- several times a week. And rather than turning the to do so. behind us."
day, December 14, 2012 in sition. She was loved by all
the Marianna Chapel Fu- and will be deeply missed ---- = --- -- --et----u-------
neral Home with graveside by her family and friends.
services to follow in Ever- A time of remembrance A"We're notdoingthisjust derstanding about that; process.
green Memorial Gardens in will be held from 6:00 P.M. a to be against President they can continue their "Noon Monday is the
Panama City with the Rev. to 8:00 P.M. on Friday, De- Obama. We as Americans national membership ending of one chapter
Ronnie Wright officiating. cember 14, 2012 in the Ma- From Page A should support our presi- and none of that will and the possible, start of
Contributions may be rianna Chapel Funeral health care policy calls for dent. This was strictly that be affected whatsoever." anther organization that
made to the Marianna Home. mandatory purchase of AARP just happened to The local AARP will people can come to and
Health & Rehabilitation Funeral services will be insurance coverage. endorse him and we felt give the money in its fellowship and learn use-
Center at P.O. Box 240, Ma- held on Saturday, Decem- "I pay close attention that it should have been bank account, about fl information," McNeill
rianna, FL 32447Mr. beCamp- r 15 at 2:30in tile after- to those newsletters, and non-partisan. All this $550, to three local chari- said of the upcoming final
bell would like to give a sion will begin at Marianna we know what the bot- started in July, and since ties the Jackson County session. It will be held at
special thank you to Ma- Chapel Funeral Home, tom line of the national then more than 60,000 Salvation Army chapter, the First United Method-
rianna Health & Rehabilita- 3960 Lafayette Street, Ma- AARP is," he said. "It says members of AARP have the food bank associated ist Church Youth Center
tion Center, Shonda with rianna, and burial will fol- it's nonpartisan, but I've resigned nationwide. with First Presbyterian on Clinton Street in Mari-
Covenant Hospice and Tra- low at Pinecrest Memorial gotten (endorsement) fli- A lot of older people Church in Marianna and anna. Normally, a ses-
cy Mears, ARNP. Gardens, Marianna, Flori- ers that came through the had an AARP member- the Jackson County Spe- sion will include a special
Marianna Chapel Funer- da. Everyone wh6 met or mail, so I know. I've been ship because of some cial Olympics. But first, program of specific inter-
al Home is in charge of ar- knew our mom is invited to a member of AARP for 16 of the services available the organizationwill write est to seniors, but this one
rangements. attend. years and I can't remem- through it, like dental and a $35 check to the state, will be devoted to discus-
Expressions of sympathy Marianna Chapel Funer- ber anything like this hap- health insurance, and we its fee associated with sion about that possible
may be submitted online at al Home is in charge of ar-p
www.mariannachapelfh.com. rangements. pening before. don't want anyone misun- the formal dissolution new organization.
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Susan Elaine Sally E. That's unlikely, however.
Gay Wimberly of the space demand that The town will have games
it be used for public set up all over the festival
health purposes and that grotmds, and each child
Susan "Elaine" Gay, age Services for Ms. Sally E. th proje as the b.o artciate wil
42, of Alford passed away Wimberly will be held at this project was the best who participates will get a
on Tuesday, December 11, 11:00 A.M. today in the fit. prize at every game stop,
2012 in Jackson Hospital. Marianna Chapel Funeral Dean said he was regardless of his or her
Arrangements are incom- Home with Rev. Jack Ho- grateful for the cotmunty's success at popping bal-
plete and will be 'an- well officiating. Interment decision. loons with darts, shoot-
nouncedlater. will follow in the Rocky "I think they've stepped ing basketballs or in other
Marianna Chapel Funer- Creek Baptist Church Cem- up to the plate and said activites.
al Home are in charge of etery. that service is a needed Pony and train rides are
arrangements. A time of remembrance thing in this county and among the new events at
MariannaChapel will be held from 10:00 want to see it happen," this year's festival, which
Funeral Home A. ti of sympathyece he said. "We greatly ap- might be the town's biggest
3960 Lafayette Street maybe submitted online at preciate it and I'm sure and best yet, Moneyham
Marianna, 26 www.mariannachapelfh.com. the citizens are appre- said. There will be a draw-
Phone 850-526-5059 Marianna Chapel Funer- ciative. We have a good ing every three minutes to
al Home are in charge of facility here and now we give away toys and other
Frances Johns arrangements. can make it available to gifts to children up to age
more people." 18.
Services for Ms. Frances Dean also said the ex- This is the town's biggest
Johns will be held at 2:00 pansion will likely create public event of the year
P.M. today in the Marianna 1-5 new jobs, depending MARK SKINNER/JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDIAN and the town council goes
Chapel Funeral Home with on how large the rehab Occupational Therapist Carrie Poole talks with Frank Grant all out in support of the
Rev. Ronnie Wright offi- expansion actually turns as he exercises his arms Wednesday at the Marianna Health community get-together,
ciating., Interment will fol- out to be. add Rehabilitation Center. Moneyham said.
low in Pinecrest Memorial
Nelson wants feds to probe Florida reform school
TheAssociatedPress sible evidence of crimes Attorney General of two staffers and 96 the grounds. That's 19 that school staffers
at a defmunct reform Eric Holder. children at the former more than the Florida had abused students
MARIANNA U.S. school in the Florida University of South Arthur G. Dozier Department of Law En- decades ago.
Sen. Bill Nelson wants Panhandle. Florida anthropologists School for Boys in forcement identified in a The anthropologsts
the Justice Department The Florida Democrat on Monday released a re- Marianna. prior investigation. FDLE, believe additional, re-,
to join an expanded on Wednesday made the port indicating they had They also said they though, was unable to search will turn up more
search for graves and pos- request in a letter to documented the deaths found 50 gravesites on confirm or refute claims gravesites.
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Police: Oregon mall shooter used stolen rifle
The Associated Press "We heard people run- DeCostasaid when he got infant son when the shots
ning back here screaming, to the food court, "I saw a started.
PORTLAND, Ore. The yelling '911,'" she told The gentleman face down, ob- "All of a sudden you hear
gunman who killed two Associated Press. viously shot in the head." two shots, which sounded
people and himself in a Sprint barricaded herself "A lot of blood," DeCosta like balloons popping,"
shootingrampage atanOr- in the store's back room said. "You could tell there Rowland told the station.
egon mall was 22 years old until the was nothing you could do "Everybody got on the
and used a stolen rifle from coast was for him." ground. I grabbed the baby
someone he knew, author- clear. He said he also saw a from the stroller and got
ities said Wednesday. Jason De- woman on the floor who on the ground."
Jacob Tyler Roberts had Costa, a had been shot in the chest. Rowland said she heard
armed himself with an AR- manager of Austin Patty, 20, who people screaming and
15 semiautomatic rifle and a window- works at Macy's, said he crying.
had several fully loaded Roberts tinting com- saw a man in a white mask "I put the baby back in
magazines when he ar- pany that carrying a rifle and wear- the stroller and ran," Row-
rived at a Portland mall has a display on the mall's ing a bulletproof vest. land said.
on Tuesday, said Clacka- ground floor, said when he There was a series of rapid- KaelynnKeelinwaswork- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
mas County Sheriff Craig arrived to relieve his co- fire shots in short succes- ing two stores down from This combo made from undated photos released by the
Roberts. worker, he heard shots ring sion as Christmas music Macy's when the gunfire Clackamas County Sheriff's ept.shows Oregon mallshooting
The sheriff said the rifle out upstairs. played. Patty said he dove began. She watched win- victims Steven Mathew Forsyth, 45, of West Lnn, Ore. (left)
jammed during the 22- DeCosta ran up an es- for the floor and then ran. dows of another store get and Cindy Ann Yuille 54, of Portland, Ore.
year-old's attack, but he calator, past people who His Macy's co-worker,. shot out. She and her co- Clackamas Town Cen- daughter when she heard
managed to get it working had dropped for cover and Pam Moore, told the AP workers ran to get custom- ter is one of the Portland pops that sounded like
again. He later shot him- glass littering tie floor, the gunman was short, ers inside their own store area's biggest and busiest firecrackers. "I heard peo-
self. Authorities don't yet "I figure if he's shooting with dark hair. to take shelter. malls, with 185 stores and ple running and screaming
have a motive but don't a gun, he's gonna run out Kira Rowland told KGW- "If we would have run. a 20-screen movie theater. and saying'Get out, there's
believe he was targeting of bullets," DeCosta said, TV that she was shop- out, we would have run Holli Bautista, 28, was somebody shooting,"' she
specific people. "and I'm gonna take him." ping at Macy's with her right into it," she said. shopping at Macy's for her told the AP.
Two people a 54-
year-old woman and a
45-year-old man were
killed, and another, Kris-
tina Shevchenko, 15, was
wounded and in serious
Roberts, wearing a hock-
ey-style face mask, parked
his 1996 green Volkswa-
gen Jetta in front of the
second-floor entrance to
M4cy's and walked briskly
through the store, into the
mall and began firing ran-
domly, police said.
He fatally shot Steven
Mathew Forsyth of West
Linn and Cindy Ann Yuille
of Portland, the sheriff
Roberts then fled along
a mall corridor and into a
back hallway, down stairs
and into a corner where
police found him dead
from an apparent self-in-
flicted gunshot, authori-
People at the mall were
heroic in helping get shop-
pers out of the building,
including medicalperson- Are you a last-minute Santa or an indecisive shopper?
nel who rendered aid, Rob-
erts said. Friends and family hard to please or far from home?
In response to previous
mass shootings elsewhere, Maybe you just need to stock up on stocking stuffers? No
the first arriving officersreason,
were trained to form teams matter what the reason, give the gift that everyone wants
and go inside instead of "
waiting for SWAT. Em- this season a gift certificate to their favorite store!
ployees at the mall also
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... Prep Basketball
ser Hornets hold off 'Jackets, 50-45
Thursday- Sneads at Wewahi-
thr aday Sneadsm atnd WBYDUSTIN KENT straight to end the period and The Hornets have now won
Friday- Chipley at Gracevilledkent@cflorida.com then took charge in the fourth. five of six games are starting
5:30 p.m., and 7 p.m Pensacola Jerrod Blount scored a game- the year off with road losses
Catholic at Marianna 6 p.m an The Cottondale Hornets high 27 points in his first game to Malone and Marianna, but
7:30 p.m. notched a big early season dis- back with Cottondale after more importantly, Cottondale'
Saurday-Bountstow trict victory Tuesday night in transferring at the end of the has won three straight in dis-
Sneads, 530 m and.p Vernon, knocking off the Yel- last school year and returning trict and is on pace for a 10-
Central at Maloh 0 p lowjackets 50-45 in an impres- to CHS last week. win league season.
sive performance on the road. Senior point guard DJ Roul- "It just puts us in a good
With the victory, the Hornets hac also added 11 points. spot in the district as far as the
Hih? SchIoo' GrlS improved to 5-3 overall and 5- "We played pretty hard and standings, but it's still early,"
1 in District 3, which puts them came out with a lot of energy, Obert said.
Baisketbal alone at the top of the district but the game slowed down and "I hope we can improve in
Thursday- Cottondae at standings. (Vernon) made a run at the the second half of the season
Gracnile,6 p. Chipley at Cottondale led by seven after, start of the third to get in front and get better, but I'm not re-
IMariila .m,; Sneads at one quarter, but the Yellow- of us," Hornets coach Chris ally worried about the No. 1
.Wewahitchka, 4 p.m jackets trimmed: the margin Obert said after the game. "But seed. We just want to be in the
Friday- Marianna at Pensacola to two at the break and surged we did a good job of getting top two." MARK SKINNER/THE FLORIDAN
Cathlic,7 pm.; Cotondae at in front 32-24 in the third back in it, and in the fourth, Austin Brown ledVernon with Cottondale's Kadeem Webb shoots
North Bay Haven 5p.m. quarter, we were able to dig down and 16 points, with Alex Brown for three Friday night against
aturday- Blountstown at But the Hornets scored six grind it out." adding 13. Graceville.
Sneads, 4 p.m.; Central at
MucMalone, neede5 p.m,
High School from 930 a.m.to M
The opening game wisl be
Silver Sa nds vs. Bay (TT's A)
at 9:30 a.m. followed by Hope G raceville gets
Falcons vs. Bay (Teamh 1) at G
Se Gracevill heeacv ile geats
^I1 ovae all and dihstrictors t o a .
cheei aleaders will be hosting their
hSh'i d n over Aeva
4th annual cheer competition BY DUSTIN KENT
Saturday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. email@example.com
in the high school gym.
The Graceville Tigers picked up a much
Graceville needed district victory Tuesday night at
5K Run/-Mlle Fu ..n Run home, knocking off the Wewahitchka Ga-
Graceville High School will host With the win, Graceville evened up its
a 5run ans ll'as a 1-mile fun overall and district records at 4-4 and 2-
run and lf-e f k rce 2 respectively and avoided falling two
Saturday, with proceeds going to games back i the loss column to Cotto-
refurbishing the shool's track. dale, Sneads, and Vernon.
Cost is $20 per peron fr Marquis White scored 23 points to lead
the 5K runand $10 per, person the Tigers, with Taylor e Rousseau scoring
for the fun runwhich is for kids 16, and Jared Padgett, Rasheed Campbell,
middle scho ol age and under. and Devonte Merritt all scoring 10 each.
F or morn fdrr ation, contact It was just the second game back for
Gracevill trak coch Jaia Campbell, who missed the first six games
Clark firstname.lastname@example.org, hor of the season with a toe injury, and his first o e e s ER
by callingqthe school at 850-263 e bac a aaw MARKSKINNERTHETLORIDAN
4451, ext 274. gme back as a starter. Marquis White gets off a two- pointer in the closing minutes of Graceville's game against Wewa
Tigers coach MattAnderson said havng Tesday night
dn-' ortida mhis senior point guard back in the lineup
makes all the difference forhis team. in Campbell's absence,much of the of- season.
Send all sports items to tedito "Rasheed is such a leader. Even when fensive burden fell on the senior White, "We just finally got some balance," An-
rial@foridancom, or fax them he came in against Marianna (on Mon- who handled the ball more than usual and derson said. "Those 20 points between Ra-
to 8 0-482-4478. The mailing day), we played totally different," he said. even played some point guard when Mer- sheed and Devonte, we hadnt been getting
address for the paper is Jackson "What he does on the court is valuable but ritt was also out with pneumonia. that. Them being able to play their normal
County Floridan P.O:Box 520 what he brings is over the top. I don't even But the Tigers on Tuiesday, at least of- positions helped Marquis play his nor-
Marianna, FL32447 think I realized how much. I knew it was fensively, looked more like the team that mal position and Padgett play his normal
a bunch, but until you're totally missing won the district tournamentlast yearthan
him, you don't realize it." the one that sputtered out of the gate this 5 See TIGERS, Page 2B
Big night for Baker brothers lifts Tigrs to 7-0
BY DUSTrIN KENT an assortment of long jumpers
email@example.com and cuts to the basket, using a
15-7 run to start the second half
MAiONE The Malone Tigers to cutthe lead to 12.
got season highs from their two Junior guaird JT Escobar, who
stars Chai and Ty Baker to roll up picked up four fouls in the first
another big win Tuesday night, half, caughtfireinthethirdquar-
beating the M iaclay Marauders ter and scored 11 of his team- .
79-48. high 24 points in the period. a
Chai Baker put in 30 points His pull-up jumper with 2:35 .
and drilled six three-pointers, left in the third cut the Malone '
while brother ly Baker had a lead to 46-34. e-
breakout scoring game vwith With the margin at 51-39 late I A NT
25 after a somewhat slow start in the period, 'Ir Baker came up E
while recovering from ahand with a steal and threw down a n d l
injury to start the year. left-handed dunk, followed by
"T played well and came out Chai Baker's fifth three-pointer t
of his funk a little bit," Malone of the night to push the lead to
coach Steven Welch said after 17.
the game. "With Chai, when he The margin was 15 going into
gets going and gets that rhythm, the fourth, but the Tigers quickly
there's not a shot in the gym he turned the game into a rout with
can't make. But I give his team- a 9-2 run to start the quarter.
mates a lot of credit. They did A Maclay turnover led to a bas-
a great job finding him when ket by Anthony Speights, and
he was in rhythm and got him then Chai Baker followed with a
some great looks. And to Chai's jumper and a deep three-point-
credit, he didn't just shoot it ev- er to make it a 65-43 lead with MARK SKINNER/THE FLORIDAN
ery time. He kept everyone else 4:56 to play. Malone's Chai Baker hands off the ball Tuesday night during a game against Maclay,
involved." The Tigers finished the game uip and doing a little box-and- going to get better. He's got a "(Antwain Johnson) and' Aus-
With the win, the Tigers im- on a 28-9 run and outscored the one (oin Escobar), but I just said chance to be special." tin (Williams) did an incredible
proved to 7-0 on the'year. Marauders 23-7 in the fourth. let's try to weather the storm," Ultimately, Malone's depth job of pressuring their guards all
It's the fourth victory of 30 or But it wasn't quite as easy as he said. "But it was a pretty big and athleticism proved too night. The game went in waves
more points for Malone, though the' final score might indicate, storm. (Escobar) was doing much for Maclay, but it was the and there were some big mo-
Friday's game got more interest- and Malone coach Steven Welch a great job of coming off ball effort and approach at both ends mentum swings, but the one
ing than the Tigers expected in said he considered changing screens and hitting, breaking that Welch said he was.most im- thing that was constant all night
the third quarter. during Maclay's big third quar- people down one on one, and pressed by from his team. was those two keeping constant
Trailing 39-19 at halftinme, the ter run, but ultimately decided hitting some tough shots. "We played with alot of energy pressure."
Marauders came alive in the to trust his team to get the stops "I can't say our guys were giv- on defense, but we also played The Tigers will return to action
third quarter and started rid- necessary to pull away. ing him easy shots. He's just a very unselfishly and made the Saturday at home for a district
dling the Malone defense with "I thought about changing nice offensive player and he's extra pass a lot of times," he said. game against Central. L
12B THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13,2012 SPORTS JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com
Tyler Summitt taking the
family legacy to Marquette
The Associated Press 'How can I translate that be doing kind of what she's "Eventually, he saw ev-
into Marquette being a taught me to do and do- erything I was seeing," Pat
MILWAUKEE When championship program? I ing things the right way Summitt said in an email.
Marquette coach Terri. will bring a championship and mentoring young ath- "I knew he had a gift to
Mitchell picked up the environment every day be- letes while she's right there coach."
phone to talk with Tyler cause that's all I know.' watching. Tyler Summitt was like
Summitt about the open-' "He's going to be a star in "I think a part of her phi- a sponge with anyone he
ing on her staff, it figured our profession." losophy is living on in me, came in contact with his
to be little more than a Tyler Summitt was hired so Ihope that I can contin- mother; Billie Moore, the
courtesy call. at Marquette in April, ue to make her proud." Hall of Famer who was Pat
Mitchell knew his pedi- the very day his mother Basketball has been part Summitt's Olympic coach;
gree who didn't? The son stepped down at Tennes- of Tyler Summitt's life for, John Wooden; Bruce Pearl
of Hall of Fame coach Pat see. She had been diag- well, forever. While other and Cuonzo Martin, both
Summitt, who won eight nosed with early onset de- kids were playing video of whom Tyler Summitt
national titles and more mentia, Alzheimer's typeS games after school, he was played for at Tennessee. He
games than anyone else in in May 2011, a month shy hanging out at Tefinessee made notes of eveiything
NCAA 'college basketball of her 59th birthday. practices. Instead of going he learned, and has them
in 38 years at Tennessee, Marquette is hosting a to sleepovers or parties on stored on his computer.
Tyler Summitt has been "We Back Pat" night to weekends, he was taking NotjustXs andOs, either,
around the game longer raise Alzheimer's aware- road trips with the Lady but tips on leadership and
than some veteran coach- ness Saturday, when it Vols. building chemistry, ideas
es. But he was just finish- hosts Toledo. Pat Summitt -Some kids might rebel, for. dealing with discipline THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
ing his senior year at Ten- plans to be there. seeking as different a ca- issues and on and on. Marquette assistant women's basketball coach Tyler Summitt
Frposes for a picture at the Al McGuire Center in Milwaukee.
nessee and, now 22, was Because Tyler Summitt is reer path as possible. But "You name a topic, bam! poses for a picture Center in Milwaukee
Summitt has beene eparing for this role all of his life. Yes, the
barely older than many of so close to his mom, leav- Summitt was captivated, He can go in and start look-, lessons he learned watching his mother, Pat, at Tennessee got
the Marquette players. ing Knoxville wasn't easy. neer once considering ing at ideas," Mitchell said. him ready for his own coaching career.
Forty-five minutes later, But Pat Summitt remains doing, anything else with Though technically, -_
Mitchell had asked Sum- in good health when- his life. Summitt is responsible for I .'k
mitt to come to Marquette ever Tyler Summitt calls, "Basketball," he said, "is Marquette's guards, the *.I ves;.l
for an interview. By the end shes usually just finishing just part of me." position he played, Mitch- __
of the interview, he had the a workout or doing one of He was coaching basket- ell has always encouraged Hfflers & Exhaust
job. the many memory quizzes ball camps when he was in her assistants to jump in
"From the second I start- or puzzles she has on her high school, and served-as wherever they feel they
edaskinghimquestions, he iPad and she encour- a student-assistant for the can contribute and Sum-
was on it. Just his philoso- aged him to go, Lady Vols as a freshman. A mitt is no different. He's*
phy, his passion," Mitchell "She's prepared me for walk-or at Tennessee his an active voice at prac-
said. "Coming from Ten- this and she knows I'm last two years, he coached tice, and doesn't hesitate
nessee, watching his mom, prepared and she believes AAU teams in his free time. to suggest plays or drills.
all the national champion- in me and she's taught me When his mom watched If he's got thoughts on of-
ships he's embraced all so much," Tyler Summitt game film, he'd pull up a tense, defense, transition,
that knowledge and said, said. "So it's fun to go and seat and watch with her. she wants to hear them. I
S rs close thanks to a monster game again, well and getting some W
Seffort from senior -post The Tigers were com-,, confidence," he said.
OTr player Raheem Wright, ing off of a pair of double "We've got to get back
From Page lB who put in 35 points and digit losses to Cottondale to wheie we were this
helped Wewahitchka get and Marianna, but An- summer when we were
position, which made it to within a point in the derson said he preached healthy. We're still a good aP h
easier on those guys." fourth quarter. patience to his team go- basketball team." lou s
Graceville came out However, Graceville ing into Tuesday's game. Graceville will welcome Store Hours: Mon ar i T
on fire to start the game, responded with a quick "It's like I told the kids, in another good basket- r T r
posting 29 first quar- burst to push the lead we're not a bad team; ball team Friday when
ter points and taking an back up to eight and nev- we're a team that's play- the defending 1A state
eight-point lead. er allowed the Gators to ing bad right now and in champion Chipley Tigers
But the Gators stayed make it a one possession need of people getting come to town at 7 p.m. WW 8
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to what it was before. Now, at age 75, she Daughter," whose father died suddenly.
is obese. She has trouble with her ankles Now she is conflicted about going away to
and can barely move. She is beginning to college, because she worries about leav-
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MO BY JIM EDDK because she cannot live alone. advice that she shoild go as planned.
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-.your control. It is selfish of her ,to put But she will go on, and it will be much
this type of burden on her-children, so easier'if she knows you are OK.
COW & BOY BY MARK LEIKNES' you might want to discuss it directly with --THINKING OF YOU IN THE SOUTH
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Basset-Hound pups, AKC reg. $350. Now taking I __ _
deposits. Ready by Christmas. 1 F/3 M avail. 4 O& pil_
For more info/pics, go to www.blountsbamaba
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I Pay. CASH for Diabetic test Excellent germination with over 40yrs
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All boxes must be unopened
All boxesmust be unopened Large rolls of Hay for Sale
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Call Matt 334-392-0260' Daytime 34585-3039,
after 5pm & weekends 585-5418
CKC Toy Poodle puppies, house trained, S/W b pn een r ,-
WIIREGA; IQlUlDATrO O ready now 1-M 2-F $300. + up __ L_ ,I__I_
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Dynay Shih-Tzu Salng Down Sale Vine Ripe Tomatoes Cow-Calf pairs for Sale $1775. each
art eu 3 year old brother and sister Shih-Tzu origi- 1 334886-9003 / 334-726-4661
nally from Fantasia Shih-Tzu from the Philip-
pines. Male is bi-registered in both Counties
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SRef unit with 3ft prep cooler. Dolls Porcelain dressed $10/ea 850-482-7665 Wheelchair, INVACARE new $200 850-592-1234
3ft. convection oven on stand 220 volt Jeff Gordon Collection. $5.+up. 850-557-0778 Wl System access like new $225.850-557-0778
4 burner grillfor cooking steaks
Seven 4-seater tables
30 black stack chairs
boxes of plastic dishes, glass plates, Sudoku
plastic cups & silverware.
14ft 4 well steam table with ref unit and
display case. -2m "Ii-i
3ft metal roll around storage box. Level: r"3
$5,000. ALL Call 334-791-2800 2 9
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4 4 Yorkle puppies AKC Golden Parti 2 5_1 7 9 4 8 3 6
Carrier males $600., and 3-Partl males
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She is 1 yearold, 6 4 8 9 3 1 7 5 2
quirky & Very Lqving.
SShe does not get along 9 6 5 3 9 5 4 2 6 3 8 1
with one of my dogs, ----
so needs to be an only-child. She loves 1 3 5 3 9 2 6 7 1 48
cats and children. Her favorite thing to do
is chase a pen light orflashlight like a cat! 1 2 4 5 8 3 6 7 9
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) 1 Quiet, well maintained Park, Water/sewer/ Honda 2012 Civic LX Yamaha, 2011 TR125 blue & white dirt bike,
garbage/lawn included. Avdilable Nowv Sedan: Only 6,500 miles. New! Electric start $2850. 913-660-2954 Dothan
3/2 DW $625 & 3/2 $475 & 2/1 $425 Dark gray paint with two
n Joyce Riley RE 850-209-7825 b 4 tone gray inside. Tinted SPORT T IllTY d
Buying Pine / Hairdwoodi. I windows. Automatic. No accidents or smoke.
Power windows and locks, CD player, 2 sets of 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 satellite radio,
Power wiindows and locks, C player, 2 sets of
e cs a ret L floor pmats. $16,500. Call 333-268-3900 rear air, sunroof, DVD player, custom rims
fluroin mIat t1ous /ucc a u-8lThi-nntn & running boards 117K mi. $9700.
cFAR[MS, sLAND TIMBd pMINI 2010 Cooper S This 334-714-8765 or 334-714-9545
i aeer 2Tim ber 1 ES Ar a sweet little Mini has an auto- Infinf2004 FX35:
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M!anagedreistlads, natural and plantedi gets up to 34 MPG. She has fully loaded,excellent
a getuto34MP.Scondition, garage kept,
m~tt~te timber,, rulhome site 10+ to been driven less than 13,000 di hi, e le,
240+/ acre parces so County, Fla. r miles, a panoramic sunroof,
SMar a,10 & 23, $2,80+/ac., and a Harmon Kardon premi- Call $15 6-
C .I26-0176 or cct@pho . um sound system. Bluetooth, USB/Ipod adap-9618
tor, and 100% maintenance until August 2013 is Jeep 2000 Cherokee Sport 4X4, AC, trailer hitch,
k I- also included. The asking price is negotiable. tuned up, new battery, new headlamps, $2300
Call 816-752-0947 obo 334-983-4446 or 334-798-2999
Part-time News Clerke GOs AAM. GOL- 6 AS-t. or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. -
Fun Cart built by Carter. Ford 1987 3910 Tractor Excellent Condition,
Jackson County Floridan has an immediate 2011 Harley Davidson Taylorway Cutter 2010, 5ft. Disc Harrow, All for
opening for a part time news clerk to handle Matrix 150, 2 valve, Super Glide Custom $9500. 334-695-5123 or 334-687-2319
various community listings columns, assist. r coled engine. cool blue pearl & vivid Toyota 2010 Tacoma: double cab, silver-gray,
people in the newsroom and answer tele- Still new, 2011, moving. black, garage kept, TRD package and sport package, and only 35k
phone calls and questions from the public Call Larry (334) 618-7646 10K m.full factry miles. $25500. Call Scott 334-685-1070
during business hours. Successful applicant warranty.
should possess excellent written and verbal : (Thefollowing are H/D accessories) Volvo 1996-DIESEL TRUCK, Good Condition
communication skills and type accurately Alarm system w/pager & FOB windshield, Asking price $10,000 OBO 334-695-1954
and quickly. Must also be able to juggle Bass Tracker 2002: 18Ft, 90HP Mercury, black pass. back rest, luggage rack, hwy. pegs l
different tasks at once. and gray, Garmin GPS fish finder, front fish (You will not b6 disappointed) $13,000 S
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Drug Screen and background check required. $6,500. Call 850-774-6230 arWe buy W cked Vehicle
EOE/M/F/D/V 2012 Harley Ultra Glide
S Limited. 1400 miles. A lot Runlfningy O tf
Apply online at: of extras included. No 79495
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South Carolina's Lattimore entering NFL draft
The Assbciated Press lyst Mel Kiper Jr. said on
a media conference call
COLUMBIA Injured Tuesday.
South Carolina running LattimorehadtoldGame-
back Marcus Lattimore is cocks coach Steve Spurrier
finished with college foot- before a student rally of
ball. How long it takes the support in October that
Gamecocks junior to make the player hoped to return
his NFL debut is anyone's to the field for the Game-
guess. cocks. About a month ago,
Lattimore announced Latfimore talked with his
Wednesday he was giving family and decided enter-
up his final season to enter ing the NFL draft was the
the NFL draft. He was con- better choice.
sidered a can't-miss, first- Lattimore said he re-
round talent after his first ceived encouraging sup-
two seasons. However, a port from two NFL stars
horrifying right knee inju- who successfully, came
ry in October has dropped back from knee surgery -
his draft stock and it is running backs Frank Gore
unclear when Lattimore and Willis McGahee but
might return to action. declined to go into details
SLattimore dislocated his about the conversations.
knee and damaged three Lattimore remained com-
of four ligaments when posed as he thanked Spur-
he was tackled against rier, teammates and uni- TH, EASSOCIATE DPRESS
Tennessee. Doctors say versity officials. South Carolina's Marcus Lattimore addresses the media during a news conference as coach Steve Spurrier listens in Columbia,
surgery on his knee was "This has easily been the SC.
successful and Lattimore best three years of my life,"
easily walked into his first he said.
gathering with media since Lattimore rushed for 662
the injury yards and 11 touchdowns y
He came into this sea- this season, both team
son off ligament surgery highs.
to his left knee, an injury He had been South rge say's 'll wrk hard to earn y business!
that cost him the final six Carolina's primary -often- Jorg s
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