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editionfor his report looking forward This year, in a effort to improve In 202, the JaJackson County Ex's
into the newyear.) the promotion of tourism, the board tension Servic continued their

various departments reporting a for out of bed tax monies. In addi- residents. Their staff received more
number'of accomplishments. tion to her duties to promote tour- pthan 11,000 phone calls, 2,800 of-
In October, Parks and Recycling ism, she has worked this year to help fice visits, and provided 341 field:
opened the Bellamy Bridge Trail to make the *opening of the Bellamy consultations. Some of the training
the public. This marks the first time Bridge Trail a success. provided included the annual Beef
in 30 years the public has had ac- The Road and Bridge Department Conference, Row CropShort Course,
cess to see the historic bridge and continued to maintain more than -Peanut Field Day, Cattlemen's tour,
the varied nature of the area On the (800 miles of unpaved roads. To assist Beekeeper School and a Timber
Halloween openingweek, more than in this effort, a new 135 acre borrow Marketing Seminar. More 'than 232 en
1,000people attended guided tours, pit was opened to provide for road kids participated in 4-H programs.
most likely hoping to see a ghost. .material. Inaddition, anewcomput- There were seven day camps of
This year also marked the first time er program and server were installed' fered and the first county wide 4-H
Blue Springs Park was open seven that will allow for better tracking of science fair was eheld. The Family
days a week duing the summer. At- inventory, fleet maintenance, phone Consumer Science program held aSe
tendance for the year vas more than calls and work orders. In 2012 the number of requested programs that(
27,000 and the number of cave div- Road and Bridge Department logged included food preservation and can-t of to er Ro), o
ers increased to mort than 1,300, ain more than 1,500 phone calls, in- ninig, Cooking demon anstrations, fanm-er
with 226 coming from overseas.. stalled more than 3,000 feet of pipe, *ily debt reduction workshop, family (
As part of the spring's water sys- put in 30 driveway pipes, installed disaster preparedness, ard a sewing
tern, Merritt's Millpond had a 45-day more than 23,000 sandbags and per- camp.
drawdown, its first since 1995. In ad- formed repairs and maintenance on The Emergency Management Of- toet Court to W be
dition, the pond was stocked with 76 bridges.' fice provided both an Active Shooter ofaf d t ey Road
1,000 grass carp. And just over the The E9-11 Office has had a very Training Session and Active Shootercomp d y
dam, Spring Creek Park had more successful year with the installation Exercise for local law enforcementser Road t
than 13,000 visitors.h s. and completion of anew Next Gen- and responders. Although based ere nre fr enern
Citizens Lodge-Park continued to eration 911 system thatn at was fded o the incident that happened (at ae roc to end), ot
host the Marianna Arts Festival and with a $400,000 Rural State Grant. school board meeting) in Bay Coun-Road fom
half of the sumer's Thursday Night In addition to providing needed up- ty, we have seen that these typesRa to et
Concert Series events. In addition, grades, the new system will allow of incidents can occur in smaller A
this year the ScottishHighlands Fes- residents to provide a profile. This f r poet Road (m Dama
tivalwasheld there. The promoterof will enable responders to know in SBeee COUNoT, Page 5A w o N

Marianna reviews 2012, looks forward to 2013 goals Fugitive arrested
(Editor's note: Marianna more commonly known as f r k p
City Manager. Jim Dean stimulus money. However, t c
prepared the following re-. there was no time to restl T l l
Floridan. It includes a look tivity and funding for new
back at the city's accom- projects. The entire city Sptaff Report over a red Mustang driven
plishments in 2012, and staff has worked very hard David Perez.with R.A.W. by Carmen Echols Lowry
looks forward to its goals to make improvements to Construction moves a m A traffic stop last because the car had trav-
for 2013) o ur community both in- piece of directional boring Wednesday led to the ar eled over the center line
ternally and externally, machinery into place while rest of the driver as a fu- while traveling north on
City of Mae rianna staff In the clerk's office, the adworkingon the second stage giive and the arrest of a Highway 77 in Graceville.
out a number of projects bond issues to to reduce the bline extension project. ed charges, thing illegal in the vehicle,
that had been funded with rate and term of its debt, MBteac According to the con- Lowry denied knowledge
dollars made aaleavai by a change which will result wa sokplaint filed against the of any such item.
the passage of the Ameri- in a reduction in annual yeaI Alabama women by the She and her two
can Recovery and Rein- Jackson County Sheriff's
vestment Act (ARRA) or See MARIANNA, Page 5A prof. Office, a deputy pulled See ARREST, Page 5A

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Month to date n/a Normal YTD 58.88"
Normal MTD 4.35" Normal for year 59.16"
Wednesday Thursday
Showers. Showers.
Panama City Low 7:54AM High 9:47 PM
Apalachicola Low 11:22 AM High 3:27 AM 0-2 Low, 3-5 Moderate, 6-7 High, 8-10 Very High, 11+ Extreme
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SRIVER READINGS Reading .Flood Stage Sunrise 6:38 AM
Friday Saturday Woodruff 39.22 ft. 66.0 ft. Sunset 4:49 PM
Blountstown 1.14 ft. 15.0 ft. Moonrise 6:15 PM Jan. Jan Jan. jan.
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JACKSON COUNTY Conununity Calena
S L O R ID A N TODAY Call 372-2500. Chipola Late Registration Late registra-
America's State Parks First Day Hikes ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, tion for spring Terms A and B at Chipola College
Publisher Valeria Roberts 2013 Guided nature tours, 10a.m. and 2 p.n. at 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 continues through Jan. 9.Call 718-2211or visit www. Florida Caverns State Park, 3345 Caverns Road in Caledonia St., Marianna, in theiAA room. Atten-
Marianna. Free with regular paid park admission. dance limited to persons ith a desire to stop drink- Republican Club of West Florida Meeting
Circulation Manager -Dena Oberski Call 482-1228. ing; papers willnot be sige Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna. Call n Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting e74 H w 352-4984.
-Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna. FRIDAY, JAN. 4 Optimist Club of Jackson County Board
CONTACT US Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 D Chipola Collegenew and retuning student Meeting Noon at Chipola Community Bank in
Telephone: 850-526-3614 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist registrationforspring terms A and B, is 8 a.m. Mrianna.
FAX: 850-482-4478 Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 6 p.m. Call 718-2211or visit ) EJCEDC Business of the Month Recognition
Email: n Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m./at Evangel -1 p.m. at 8031 Highway 90, Sneads. East Jackson
Mailing Address: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2 Worship Center,2645 Pebble HilRoad iri Mariarina reCougnize Beauconhamic Development Council willas its January

re r for spring term. Call 718-2211 or visit www.chipola. Call 209-7856;573-1131. ewingClircie Jackson County Senior
4403 Constitution Lane edu. holics Anonymous Open Meeting Citizens, 2931 Otiist Drive in Marianna. Call
Marianne, FL32446 Holiday Pick-up Schedule -TheTown of Grand ,Acoholics Anonymous Open Meeting : WE D J .9
Marianna, FL32446 ) Holiday Piick-up Schedule The Town of Grand 8-9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist 482-5028.
Office Hours:. Ridge will pick up residential garbage Wednesday, Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Autism Support Group Meeting- 6 p.m. in the
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jan. 2; and commercial garbage Thursday, Jan. 3. First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, Marianna
Normal schedules resume after the holidays. Call (Clinton Street entrance). Family members, caregiv-
MISS YOUR PAPER? 592-4621. SATURD YAN5s d service providers welcome Call 526-2430.
You should receive you newspaper no later i) Job Club 10:30 a.m. to 143 p:.m. at the Mari- ; Hai'r Aloiycs Anon us n Meeti. n i4:30
anna Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 Highway 5:30p.m. in the AA room of First Uriited Methodist 'Hairspray"Auditions -- p.m. Jan. 7-8in
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- 90 in Mariann Learn job seeking/retention skills. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. theChipola Centergor theArts, as rianna.
subscption s t bet n 6 paind non, Tsdvayn Mai trianna, Learn job see nion aCh pole College Theatre auditions for "Hairspray:'
tion between 6a.m. and noon, Tuesday to Call 526-0139. Contact Charles Sirmon: 718-2227 or sirmonc@
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The lhlis nn s en eeti SUNDAY, JAN.
JackonxCounty Floridan CUSPS 271-840) nalcoholis ano us On Meeting
Jackson County Floidan (USPS 271-840) Non-1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Method- Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion )Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
is published Tuesday through Friday and ist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 6:30 plm. at 4349 W. Lafayettdlt. in Marianna pn'. iii the AA room of First United Methodist
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid (in one st ry buildhg beiind 4351W. Lafayette St.). Church, 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna.
at Marianna, FL. THURSDAY, JAN.3 Attedictii6 elirmited topeirons wit. a desire to stop
) Holiday Pick-up Schedule TheTown of Grand drinking. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 9
S Ridge will pick up commercial garbage Thursday, a Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting -c8 p.m. in 'Last Day:Chipola Lte Registration Late
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Jan. 3. Normal schedules resume after theholidays. the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital registration for pring ms and B ends at noon
Home delivery: $1123 per month;$32.83 Call 592-4621.u 5429 College Drive, Graceville. today at Chipola College. Cal 718-2211 or visit www.
for three months; $62.05 for six'months; ) Chipola Collegeretuming student registrai-
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include tion for springterms A and B, is 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call MONDAY, JAN. 7 Job Club- 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Mari-
applicable state and local taxes. Mail 718-2211 dr visit a Chipola Classes Begin Chipola College spring -anna Goodwill Career.TraininhgCenter,.4742 Highway
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail International Chat'n' Sip 8:30-10 a.m. at classes begin for Terms'A arid B. Lateregistration 0i~1,Marianna. Ld r job seeking/retention skills.
subscriptionsare: $46.12 for three months; the Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. continues throug Jan. 9. Call 718-2211 or visit ww. Call 526-0139.
$92.24 for six months; and 1847for one in Marianna Learning Center staff and their inter- Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting -
national English learners invite the public for the Jackson CountyiQuilter's Guild Meeting Noon- p.m. in the AA room of First United
year. exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed 5:30-7:30 Ascension Lutheran Church, Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in
environment. Light:refreshments served. No 3975 US 90 West,Marianna. Business meetings Marianna.
ADVERTISING charge. Call 482-9124. are fourth i~ohday's; other Mondays are for
The advertiser agrees that the publisher Orientation -.12:3-3:30 p.m. at the Marianna projects, lessons, hep. All quilters welcome. Call THURSDAY, JAN. 10
shall not be liable for damages arising Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 Highway 209-7638. n 1 at the aiaa
out of errors and advertiselonents beyond 90 in Marianna. Register for free job placement a "Hairsray"Auditions 6 p.m. Jan.7-8 in the Orientatin 1 t te Marianna
the amount paid for the space actually and computer training; learn about services. Call Chipola enter for the Arts, Marianna. Chipola .90 in Mariana. Register for free job placement
the amount paid for the sace actually 526-0139. College Theatre auditions for"Hairspray Contact L
occupied by that portion of the advertise- 139. Collge Ttre autionsr Hairspray and computer training learn about services. Call
ments in which the error occurred, whether Free Tools to Quit Smoking Session 5-7 p.m. Charles Sirmon: 718-2227 or 526-0139;
s whether in the cafeteria boardroom of Jackson Hospital in n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 w Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,
such error is due to the negligence of the Marianna To register, call 482-6500 or email bnuc- p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist 9 p.., First United Methodist Church, 2901
publisher's employees or otherwise, and , Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Maianna. 8-9 p.i., First United Methodist Church, 2901
th hall b ot liability fo: Caledonia St., Marianna; in the AA room. Atten-
there shall be not liabilin ty for non-inser- VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meetig- 6 p.m. :dance limited to persons with a desire to stop
tion of any advertisement beyond the at 2830 Wynn St. in Marianna. Covereddish TUESDAY, JAN. 8 drinking; papers will not be signed.
amount paid for such advertisement.This supper followed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. .
newspaper will not knowingly accept or The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to:.Cer munity Calendar, Jackson County Fioridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
ing which expresses preference based on
legally protected personal characteristics is Police Roundp1s Follow Us on
not acceptable M|arianna Police one abandoned vehicle; one license suspended or re-
HOWTO GET YOUR Department reckless driver, four suspicious voked, resisting arrest without Facebook
vehicle reports, two suspi- violence.
NEWS PUBLISHED The Marianna Police De- cious persons, three escorts, Tonya Godwin, 39,29Apt. B,
The Jackson County Floridari will publish partment listed the following one highway obstruction, 17 Hannah St., Marianna, resisting
news of general interest free of charge. .incidents for Dec. 29, the latest medical calls, one traffic crash, without violence.
Submityour news of Community Calendar available report: One accident, six burglar Clint Walker, 49, 818 Faith
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, one suspicious vehicle, one alarms, three Ave,, Graceville, violation of
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, suspicious incident, three fire alarms, one state probation.
anniversary and birth announcements. suspicious persons, two verbal E panic alarm, Charkeyia Smith, 36, 3070
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. disturbances, one power line e one report of Carters Mill Road, Marianna,
Photographs must be of good quality and down, 19 traffic stops, one shooting in the resisting arrest with violence, Jackson County
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the larceny complaint, two fol- .area, 12 traffic stops, one lar- battery on a law enforcement Flo d
right to edit all submissions, low-up investigations, one .ceny complaint, two criminal officer, nuisance injurious to
noise disturbance, two animal mischief complaints, one tres- health i penalty.
GETTING IT RIGHT complaints, one retail theft and pass, three suicide attempits, Kenneth Godfry, 46, 4058 _
The Jackson County Floridan's policy two public service calls. two animal complaints, two Carefree Road, Sneads, ex-
is to correct mistakes promptly. To fraud complaints, three assists pired driver's license (over Follow us o)
report an error, please call 526-3614 of motorists or pedestrians, two six months), obstruction by Twitter
Monday-Friday. JacksonCounty assists of other agencies, two disguise.
Sheriff's Office public service calls, two welfare Julio Burgos, 44, 2638 Haw-
The Jackson County Sheriff's checks, one threat/harass- thorne Lane, Kissimmee,
Office and county fire/rescue ment complaint and one 911 possession of contraband in a
reported the following inci- hag-up. penal stitution.
dents for Dec. 26, the-latest Jackson County
available report. (Some of these Correctional Facility Jail Population: 205
calls may be related to after- The following persons were To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
hours calls taken on behalf booked into the county jail dur- at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
of Graceville and Cottondale ing the latest reporting periods: agency.
F Rapolice departments): iTwo Kaywanda Nix, 36, 4202 Yost To report a wildlife violation, call -888- Jefloridannews
JCFLoR IDAN. CO MAS accidents, one stolen vehicle,32)._ _________
a St., Marianne, driving while 404-F CC (3922).


Wallof Stars shing in Chipola Center for the Arts :orida Io
Special to the Flondan
TM uo, (E)_ 1V/31 5-9-3 7-9-6-0 Not available
The Chipola College lMon ) e92 119-5
Center for the Arts is shin- (E ) 12/25 5-20 6-9-6-7 1-30-32 33 3
ing a little brighter now. Its 6
Wall of Stars is beaming e $-k
with the names of those ed ) 12/26 08 57- 09 13-14-
who have supported the (M) 1 8-0 4-2-5-2
arts with donations to the* (E) 1 27 20-2 0 1-03 4 14- 22-24-27
'"Applause!" fundraising (M 1 4- 42 8
campaign. F (E) 12/28 2 5 6-9-0-8 3-6-16-17-28
Stars are mounted on
a special display in the ( 4 9 -
lobby. Seat plaques are in Sat E) 1229 30 947-1 4-9-21-25-27
place and some donors 3-6-7
are immortalized as legacy
contributors with their
Sroom named after UBMITTEDPHOTO Su. (M 460 4 47
own room named after Chipola College Associate Dean of Fine and Performing Arts Dr. Daniel Powell, (left) and JoanE e win dday ng
them. Stadsklev, co-chair of the "Applause!" fundraising campaign, look over the Center for the Arts
"This is just the begin- Wall of Stars, which features names of those who have supported the arts withdonations to 3 50-5
ning," said Dr. Daniel the campaign.
Powell, associate dean of esday 12 1113-23-43-4 P 4
Fine and Performing A4ts. for bronze, $1,000 for sil- "There is a contribution years and theni will be re-
"This Center for the Arts ver, and $2,500 for gold. level for everybody and assessed at that point. All 1 t
is the crown jewel of the Sedt plaques can be pur- this make a great gift for funds raised will benefit
community, and I want chased for $250 for an or- someone who you would the Center for the Arts and 12/2
people, to feel welcome chestra level and $150 for like to have a permanent its programming. ttr forato l(80877 (900)73
and even place their a balcony seat. Legacy gifts place in the Center sur- For information about
names proudly on start at $10,000 to name rounded by the arts," making a tax-deductible ~ EO daE p ec a
a star, seat, or even a a room*and go up to $1 Powellsaid. gift, contact Powell at 718- oIfay e a
room." million to name the main The campaign will con- 2257 or powelld@chipola.
Star donations are $500 theater. tinue for at least two more edu.

Church'Turkey AS WATCH
Chu 'T AS W ATCH Special Selection Famous Brand Great
B ow l' assists Chipola asprices are going up Here are 6-PeceTowel Se SheetSets Selection Of
the least expensive places to buy $12.99tmu1215 On Special Plush Blankets
gas in Jackson County, as of
Family Mfi is ries 1. $3.24, McCoys Food Mart,. Comforters, Sheets, Towels, Pillows, Blankets, Throws
Special to the Floridan An outstanding 2823 Jefferson St. Marianna in a true factory outlet atmosphere at
Special to the Floridan An outstanding Day. A/ir/IoD A T 7 T i Bll
response garnered 2.$3.25, BP Steel City, 2184 FACTORY OUTLET PRICES!
Three weeks before $1,588.50 from B row's Hwy 231S, Alford t
Thanksgiving, Senior team and 3. $3.25, Loves Travel Center,
Pastor Bill Elwell of $1,496.50 2510 Hwy 231, Cottondale
First United Method- from Clap- 4.$3.25, Milco/Exxon,1348
ist Church called Charlie pas' team. Hwy 60, Grand Ridge
Brown and Tony Clappas A check for 5. $3.25, Murphy Oil, 2255 Hwy
ow a To l s A ceck fo 1 S, Maranna Located behind our Cfipley factory in the Industrial Park at
to each chair a commit- $2,935 was 1055 Fowler Drive. Turn off of Orange Hil Hwy on Commerce
tee that would ompete sentto CFM Ifyousee a lower price, Ave, turn right on Fowler Drive, Outlet on left. (850) 638-9421
Floridan newsroom at
against one another in on Dec. 5, Hours: Thurs-Fri 9am-5pm CT Sat 9am-3pm CT
a "Turkey Bowl," to see Clappas which added
who could raise the most to a previous
money for Chipola Fam- contribu-
ily Ministries. The money tion of $150,dh ShoeS
raised would be used to made the to- ____
purchase turkeys for the tal donation ualit Shoe Repair & Western Shop
needy at Thanksgiving. $3,085. sine 1959
Brown decided his As the Sa e
committee would be Brow contest was Specializing:
made up of his Cliff Ab- explained, . In Color, Quick Weave, Hair Restoration,
bott Sunday school class no one turned either B.RO NIN Short Cuts, Jheri Curls, Silk Wraps, And
and other members of the team down. A couple Hunting Boots The Original Press And Curl!
church. Clappas used would pay $30, a sin- PLUS ROWNIN tat
members of the Open gle person, $15, but $ 8 9 TAXDeseete
Door Sunday school several donated amounts WHILE SUPPLIES LAST oDeserve e Best!
class and the of $50, $75 or $100. One W-HUSH PUPPIEs L Call Today
congregation. sweet lady even donated NEW 850-573-0359
Church members were $175. JOHN DEERE 2888 Barnes Street
asked to donate $15 per Brown and Clappas Kid's Booti5 Marianna,
person, enoughtocoverthe thanked the church fam- $799 OMarcell Harvey FL32448
cost of a 15-pound turkey. ily for their generosity and Stylist/Owner/Operator
The contest ended the Fri- Pastor Elwell for the great Newly Electe r - -
day before Thanksgiving. idea. Memberfor the
We Offer Lay-away Democratic PrtYy O f
ll Year Long I Any service of $55 or more.
4408 Lafayette St MON .... FValid 12/23/12-1228/12
Marianna SAT 7:3OA NooN
Free 'Employability

Workshops' offered COMERFORD VAULT
Special to the Floridan King Jr. Day. MEM ORIA L SERVICE
))3 pm. Tuesday, Jan. MEMORIAL SERVICE
The Marianna One Stop 22 Effective Networking Let us help you
Career Center offers the Skills. with a memorial
following free Employabil- 3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24 oFREAUTY andI
ityWorkshops this month: Surviving a Layoff. DURABILITY
Jan. 1-4 Jan.28-31 W a ed
,,Tuesday, Jan. 1-Offices D3 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28All wrk & Material uaranteed
closed for NewYears Day. - Internet Security. AlWork & Material Guaranteed
a 3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 3 D3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29 -
-12 Keys to Success. CompletingApplications. Burial Vaults, Mausoleums,
))3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31 Benches, Markers
Jan. 7-11 Job Search Tips. and All Cemetery Supplies OUIDA MORS PAT FURR C.ARcE BoYETT,
))3 p.m. Monday, Jan. 5 Steps to Rapid (850o) 209.4705 (850) 209.8071 (850) 573-1572
7 Common Job Search Employment C21ry Fuwlrimn.o m
Mistakes to Avoid. ))9 a.m. 12 p.m. Mon-
))3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8 days and Wednesdays Jan.
-Tools for a SuccessfulJob 7-17
Search. Pete Comerford Owner & Operator
n3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 10 To attend one or more 593-6828 1-800-369-6828
Setting Goals. of the workshops, call comerfordvaultmemorial @ DEnI RONEY Sum ED McCoy BEVERLY THOMAS
the Marianna One (850) 209.8039 (850) 573-198 (850) 209-5211
the Mariann One Stop Hwy. 90 W Sneads, FL debbleroneysmith
Jan.14-18 Career Centerat 718-0326. emcoy0l1
))3 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14
- Using Social Media in
Your Job Search.
))3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan.
15 What Employers are
Looking For.
)3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17
- Mock Interviewing.
SJan. 21-25
)Monday, Jan. 21 Offic-
es closed for Martin Luther

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BY DUSTIN KENT Against Aiken Tech on Sunday, Chipola was again dominant from the
start, taking a 40-20 halftime lead and
The No. 3 Chipola Indians returned coasting in the second half to an 83-37
from the Christmas break with a win.
bang, exploding for a pair of blowout Bowers had 15 points, nine re-
wins over USC-Salkehatchie and Ai- bounds, and four steals, while Deme-
ken Tech over the weekend in the Gulf trious Floyd added 15 points on 3-of-55
Coast State Classic in Panama City. from three off the bench.
Chipola opened play Saturday with a Watson and Graham scored 10
103-70 victory over USC-Salkehatchie, points each, withThomas adding nine,
getting 22 points from leading scorer Pinkins eight points, and Hall eight
Carlos Morris and shooting 11-of-26 points, 10 assists, gnd four steals.
from the 3-point line as a team. The Indians shot 'over 50 percent
The Indians led 47-34 at halftime from the field in both games and com-
and was never seriously threatened in bined to notch 45 assists to just 15 to-
the second half. tal turnovers.
Torian Graham and Earl Watson "I was happy with how we were
each added 16 points for: Chipola, able to play, especially right after the
with Kruize Pinkins scoring 11, and break," Chipola coach Patrick Blake
Terel Hall, Chris Thomas, and Demo- said. "I thought offensively our guys
ne Harrison all chipping in with nine. did a great job of having a carryover
Hall and Thomas also added seven from the first semester ahd execut-
assists apiece, and Cinmeon Bowers ing thq things we worked on, which is
MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN posted eight points, nine rebounds,
Demetrious Floyd shoots a 3-pointer for Chipola. and three assists. See BANG, Page 5

boy aetba Hornets go

Friday -.Cottondale at Gracevg
ille, 6 and 7:30 p.m.; Vernon at

Satukay -West Gadsden at
beat Sharks

girls basketball BY DUSTIN KENT dominated the final quarter 21-11 toclose the game out.
husdaye at ttCottondale was led byJer-
dale, 6 and 7:30 p.m. The Cottondale Hornets rod Blount's 31 points, with
picked up a much needed the senior converting 12-of-
anna, 4:30 and 6p.n.; Poplar' road victory Saturday night, 21 shots from the field and
Springs at Malone, 6-30 p.m. Beating the Port St. Joe 3-of-8 from the 3-point line.
aturday Malone at Central, Sharks 68-47 in a game they Blount also added three
5 pm. led from start to finish, steals and two blocked
The Hornets, who im- shots.
Chip Basketball proved to 8-5 with the vic- -Fellow senior DJ Roulhac.
S"tory, had lost two of their last added nine points and six
three games going into Sat- assists, with Sheldoft Vann
make their Panhandle Confer- urday, including a 31-point adding eight points, and Jac-
e dut Saturdynigt adefeat at the hands of the quez Walker sevena.
Bainbridge, (Ga.) Bearcats at The Hornets shot 46.4 per-
Ld the Grand Ridge Christmas .cent from the field as a team
e m to folow at Classic. and knocked down 7-of-20
70mBut Cottondale had no shots from long distance.
suich difficulties with Port St. Cottondale will next travel
Joe, jumping out to a 22-12 to Graceville on Friday to
lead in the first quarter and take on the Tigers in a big*
endsports itemto ediil@ taking a 39-25 lead into the District 3-1A battle at 7:30 or fax th to50-482 halftime break. p.m.
4478. The iing adress foh per The Sharks cut the margin CHS leads the district with
disnJncksonkCounty Floridan PO. Box520 .. MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN to 11 by the end of the third a 5-1 record, while the Tigers
Mrnna, FL32447 Sheldon Vann takes a shot for Cottondale. period, but the Hornets are 3-2 in league play.

Jaguars fire Lady Indians

GM Gene Smith roll in return
to action
The Associated Press his first season, setting a ac
team record for losses and BY DUSTIN KENT
JACKSONVILLE After dropping eight games by
four years of futility, the 16 or more points.
Jacksonville Jaguars are Smith was the architect The No. 12 Chipola Lady Indians
heading in a different of the roster. He had been made it five wins in a row over the
direction. with the team since its in- weekend in Daytona Beach, taking vic-
Coach Mike Mularkey ception in 1994, working tories of 71-46 over Broward and 80-47
might not be around for his way up from regional over Daytona State.
the move. scout to general manager. The wins improved the Lady Indians
SThe Jaguars fired general He has been GM since to 15-1 on the year.
manager Gene Smith on 2009, compiling a 22-42 re- Chipola opened.up with Broward on
Monday after four disap- cord. Not one player he ac- Saturday, and despite the 25-point fi-
pointing seasons, includ- quired made the Pro Bowl. nal margin, Lady Indians coach Greg
ing the worst year in fran- "Now it is time for the Franklin said he wasn't all that happy
chise history. Jacksonville Jaguars to be- with his team's effort in its first game
Mularkey could be next. gin a new chapter," Khan back from the Christmas break.
Owner ShadKhan is wait- said in a statement. "We're "We were pretty sloppy. We just kind
ing to decide Mularkey's notlookingback.I'vemade of muddled through it," he said. "We
fate until he hires a new it clear from Day One that didn't have any really fantastic stuff go-
general manager, which we pledge nothing less ing on. We weren't real good. We were
could happen this week. than to deliver the first MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN really just a shell of ourselves."
Mularkey failed to make Jade Givens takes the ball down court for the Lady Indians during a game
JthA Jaguars (2-14) better in See JAGUARS, Page 5A I earlier in the season. See CHIPOLAI Page 5A


playing better as the game replacements. I won't go into detail what was. But
O Rl went on," Franklin said of J 's "I'm determined to find the until I'm told otherwise, I'm the
his team. "The offensive FromPage4A right man to lead our football op- head coach of this team."
From Page 4A and defensive execution erations, someone who shares So the Jaguars are in limbo again,
Kri-tine Brance led got better after we knocked Super Bowl championship to Jack- my vision, understands the cor- much like they were late last season
Chipola with 19 points, some -of the rust off. We sonville. Our fans have been re- mitment we will demand'and is when Khan bought the team from
with Rahni Bell adding started clicking offensively markably loyal over the years, and qualified and ready to seize this Wayne Weaver for $770 million.
15 points on five made 3- and taking some things they were truly outstanding this opportunity," Khan said. Weaver fired coach Jack Del Rio the
pointers and Lashonda away defensively and im- past season. We simply must do Khan informed Smith of his deci- same day he.gave Smith a three-
Littleton scoring 14 points posing our will." better for our fans." sion Monday morning and then de- year extension despite Smith's nu-
and grabbing nine re- Chipola also continued Khan 'said the search livered the news to Mularkey. merous mistakes in the draft and in
bounds in her first game to shoot the ball well from for a new GM will begin Mularkey said he received no as- free agency.
back after missing the the perimeter, converting immediately. surances he would be retained for a Smith handled the coaching
previous four due to a foot 18-of-47' (38.3 percent) Arizona director of player per- second season. search, which started and ended
injury. threes in the two games sonnel Jason Licht, San Francisco "It was a conversation about with Mularkey.
Jasmine Crawford also combined. director of player personnel Tom Gene's status," said Mularkey, the But the Jaguars made no progress
contributed 10 points for While there was some Gamble, and Atlanta director of formerBuffalo Billsheadcoachwho under Mularkey, finishing the year
Chipola, and Treyvonna sluggishness early, Frank- player personnel David Caldwell now has lost 20 of his last 23 games. ranked 29th in offense and 30th in
Brooks had five points and lin said he was mostly sat- have been mentioned as potential "My status was not discussed, and defense.
a team-high 14 rebounds. isfied with the way his team
Against Daytona State on played in its first weekend
Sunday, the Lady Indians back in action. College Football
took a 38-30 halftime lead "I was pleased. We didn't
before busting the game play great basketball for VandeT l wi M usic ow
open with a 42-17 second the first three halves, but in V a ity l

Brance again led the way better," he said.
with 20 points, with. Craw- Chipola will next open The Associated Press Music City Bowl. 17 points.
ford adding 15, Littleton 14 up play in the Panhandle The Commodores finished 9-4 for N.C. State (7-6) .wrapped up the
points and 10 rebounds, Conference on Saturday NASHVILLE, Tenn.' The their best record since going 9-1 in season under interim coach Dana
Rayven Brooks 14 points against the Tallahassee Southeastern Conference is so 1915, and it's only the third time the Bible snappiiig a two-game bowl
and nine rebounds and Lady Eagles at the Milton strong that now even Vander- smallest and only private university winning streak.
Bell 13 points. H. Johnson Health Center bilt, yes Vandy, is winning :ike the in the Southeastern Conference The Commodores took control
"I think we started at 5:30 p.m. Commodores haven't in nearly a has won as many as nine games from the opening drive, moving
century. in a season. They also finished 65 yards for atouchdown that put
Jordan Rodgers threw two touch- with seven straight wins, their lon- them ahead to stay. Officials initial-:
B an surprised, though, that down passes and ran for another gest streak since winning eight in ly called Chris Boyd out of bounds;
B ang his players had a differ- score as the Vanderbilt Commo- 1948. but review Showed the soho-
Fo ent kind of energy in their dores capped their best season Vanderbilt forced a season-high more got the toes of his 'right foot
FromPage4A first games back from the since 1915 Monday by beating five turnovers, including four in down for a 5-yard'TD pass from
making the. extra break. North Carolina State 38-24 in the the first half and turned those into Rodgers.
pass and taking good "With the' gr6up we
shots. have, they love to play and
"The guys did a great to compete, he 7 With warmest -
job of valuing the bas- said. ,,
ketball and making the "Obviously, they were wihes for a
right play, and obviously ready for the break, but
we shot the. ball really when they came back, I I appy New Year
well." think everyone was really
The performance over refreshed and ready to get to our
the weekend represented back out on the floor andend and
a stark contrast to the In- continue to try to accom- friends and neihbo .
dians' effort in their last plish the goals we've set We really
game before the holiday this year." D ae re: Sa et
break, which was a close Chipola (17-0) will next appreciate
61-59 win over a Baton open up play in the Pan- your visitin
Rouge team they had beat- handle Coriference on us this y4ar H
en by 32 points earlier in Saturday at the Milton H. .and look forward
the season. Johnson Health Center at and C OA
Blake said he wasn't 7:30 p.m. to Seeing
you again soon!

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Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel The Associated Press Oviedo attorney J. Mar- been misinterpreting that can use other sections of The new law also will
4278 Lafayette Street cus Jones, who has helped provision in Florida's traf- Florida's traffic code to create additional specialty
Marianna, l 32446 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. headlight-blinking motor- fic code because it was ticket motorists for flash- tags for Vietnam War vet-
850.482.2332 Flashing your headlights ists get their tickets dis- meant only to ban drivers ing their headlights. Those erans and those who have
to alert oncoming drivers missed, said the new law from having strobes or of- provisions include prohi- won the Combat Infantry
Hughie B. that police are lurking on doesn't go far enough. ficial-looking emergency bitions against using high Badge.
S the roadside ahead will no "The action of the Leg- vehicle lights on their cars beams within 500 feet of Florida for years has had
Parrish longer be lilegal in Florida, islature in our belief fell and trucks. an oncoming vehicle or dozens of specialty plates
though a lawyer who has short," Jones said. To clear up any ambigu- within 300 feet of a vehicle to raise money for pur-
Hughie Bernard Parrish, represented ticketed mo- By the time the law ity, the new law amends ahead. The new exception poses including scientific
93, of Marianna, died Mon- torists says a new law le- was passed in March, the that provision to specifi- for flashing headlights research, education and
day, December 31, 2012, at galizing the practice still Florida Highway Patrol cally allow motorists to doesn't apply to those charities.
Jackson Hospital. He was has loopholes. already had ordered state flash their headlights parts of the traffic code, Now, Florida has a new
born in Houston County A provision legalizing troopers to stop issu- at an oncoming vehicle Jones said. revenue-raising oppor-
on September 17, 1919 to A such speed trap warnings ing tickets for high-beam regardless of intent. If he can get Judge tunity through specialty
C and Maggie Parrish. Ber- is part of a wide-rang- flashing after being hit A Pinellas County judge Carroll to change his driver licenses and ID
nard lived most of his life ing motor vehicle law with a lawsuit Jones dismissed Campbells mind, Jones then could cards honoring public
in Jackson County, served taking effect Tuesday filed on behalf of Erich $115 ticket, but his lawsuit seek class-action status and private universities,
in the U.S. Army for two with the new year. Other Campbell. is in trouble. and try to get refunds professional sports teams
tur EDozier School for changes range from allow- The St. Petersburg Col- Another judge in Tal- for an estimated 2,400 and all branches of the
Boys. Hughie was a mem- ing homeless people to get lege student from Land 0' lahassee ruled it's a moot motorists who paid fines military. There will be an
ber of Eastside Baptist free state identification Lakes was cited for. violat- issue because of the new for flashing their high additional fee of $25, with
Church. cards to creating a pair ing an existing law that law. Jones, though, has beams between 2005 and half going to the Depart-
He was preceded in of new specialty license says "flashing lights are asked Circuit Judge Kevin 2010. ment of Highway Safety
death by his parents A. C. plates. It also would for the prohibited on vehicles" Carroll to reconsider be- "That would be a tough and Motor Vehicles and
and Maggie Parrish; wife, first time permit the state except for turn signals. cause of the loopholes he battle," Johes said. "We're the other half to desig-
Annie Laura Parrish; two to issue specialty driver The lawsuit contends 'believes it contains. trying to determine what nated public or private
sisters, Kimmie Crooms licenses and ID cards. the Highway Patrol had Jones said police still to do next." organizations.
and Merle Jordan; two
brothers, Cecil Parrish and
Grady Parrish ad. Road), Colony Road (from rock base and 1.5 inch of end), WillowWay (from and Sheffield Drive. The
He is survived by his R oa s State Road 73 to end), asphalt. There is a total Club Drive to end), and project was completed
wife, Juanita Parrish; two Vista Road (south end of 4.56 miles of new road Bales Drive (from State in 2012 and included 5.9
nephews and four nieces. From Page A to north end), Reddick paving in this project. Road 166 to end). Mead- miles of roads that were
Funeral services will be Lane), Fieldcrest Circle Mill Road (County Line owview Road was re- resurfaced.
at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Jan- (from Holyneck Road to Piano Road), Neal's Phase 4 The Phase 4' claimed and resurfaced, In addition to work
uary 2, 2013 at James & to Holyneck Road), Landing Road (from end project was for resurfac- and the other roads were funded by loan proceeds,
Sikes Funeral. Home Mad- Cemetery Lane (from of pavement to Bowers ing roa'ds in the Indian all resurfaced. There is a the following projects
dox Chapel with Rev. John Holyneck to Cemetery), Road), Liberty Hill Road Springs Subdivision and total of 3.11 miles of roads were completed in 2012
R on oiciatig. In- Lynch Drive (from State (Neal's Landing to 1,600 included Andrew Jackson in the project. using other funding
mert will follow in
Pinecrest Memorial Gar- Road 71 to end), Burbank feet north), Butler (from Trail (fro Indian Springs methods: Bridge repairs -
dens with James & Sikes Road (from Mount Tabor Sandridge Church Road Road to end), Apalachee Phase 6- The Phase The bridge repairs project
Funeral Home Maddox Road to end), Tlsa Lane to Little Zion Road), Little Trail (from Clubhouse 6 project includes Five began in 2011 and was
Chapel directing. (from County Road 162 Zion, Bevis Road (north 'Drive to Lake Bluff Circle), Points Road (from Beth- completed in 2012. Major
The family will receive to end), Bellamy Bridge side of State Road 2 to ChoctawTr.ail (end to. lehem Road to Beretta work was performed on
friends one hour prior to Road (from Old US Road Klondike Road), Hamilton end), Creek Path (from Lane), Spivey Road (from the County Road 162
funeral service at James & to west end), Willis Road Road (From State Road Indian Springs Road to Birchwood Road to end), Bridge and the River
Sikes Funeral Home Mad- (from Old U.S. Road to 69 to Stephens Road), ChoctawTrail), Gover- andWalden Road (from Road Bridge over Lake
dox Chapel. Kimball Road), Century and Stephens Road (from nors Court (from Andrew U.S. 90 toWeddington Seminole.Other repairs
mar be made onine at h Road (from State Road Sandridge Church Road Jackson Trail to end), oad). These roads were were minor in nature. Old
www.jamesandsikesfuneral 69 to Prarieview Road), to north of Water Berry Lake Bluff Circle (from all paved with six inches Spanish Trail and Lockey Maple Lane (from U.S. 90 Road). These roads re- Apalachee Trail to end), of lime rock baseahd 1.5 Avenue in Sneads- This
to end), Lotus Lane (from ceived lime rock base Presidents Circle (from' inches of asphalt. Walden resurface project was
ames & Sikes Pelican Lane to Maple and double chip seal. In Andrew Jackson Trail to and Spivey Roads were completely funded by an
Maddo hamel Lane), Pelican Lane (from total there is 43.6 miles Andrew Jackson Trail), and 'completed in 2012, and FDOT SCOP grant. State
4278 Lafayette Street U.S. 90 to end), Maridale of dirt road paving and WoodgatWay (Apalachee Five Points Road is ex- Correction Road The
Marianna, F 32446 Lane (from U.S. 90 1.9 miles of existing Trail to end) for a total of pected to be complete in project included reclaim-
850.482.2332 to end), Leland Road paved roads that were 3.13 miles of roads. early2013. In total, the ing and resurfacing the
www.mesa-p--ndau er Whom (from U.S. 90 to end), resurfaced. project included 4.07 existing paved road and
Petunia Lane (from State Phase 5-- Phase 5 miles of dirt roads that paving the dirt road plus
Everett Poole Road 73 to end), Planta- Phase 3-The 2010 included Meadowview were paved. paving Vero Way. The
tion Circle (from State Paving Phase 3 project Road (from State Road 166 project was partly funded
Everett Poole, 85, of Road 73 to end), Spring included Butler Road to Old U.S. Road), Diana Phase The Phase 7 by a SCOP grant. Butler
Dellwbod, died Monday, Field-Road (from U.S. (from State Road 69 to Lane (from Meadowview project was for resurfacing Road from Blue Springs
December 31, 2012, 'at 231 to end), Jerusalem Sandridge Church Road), Road to end), Club Drive of existing paved rads,; Road to.State !oad 69
Jackson Hospital. Church Road (from State Grove Road (from State (from Meadowview Road in district 3, and in- Resurfacing and recon-
Funeral arrangements Road 73 to end), Lovett Road 2 to Biscayne Road), to end), Clayton Drive cluded roads in Dogwood struction of existing paved
will be annoinced by Road (from State Road 73 and Ford Road (from Gar- (from Club Drive to end), Heights, Country Club, road from Blue Springs
James & Sikes Funeral to Pandora Road), Unity rett Road to State Road River Drive (from Club The Oaks, and North Oaks Road to State Road 69.'
'Home Maddox Chapel of Road (from Jerusalem 71). These roads were Drive to end), Shankle subdivisions plus Archery The project was funded by
Marianna. Church Road to Colony constructed with lime Drive (from Club Drive to Lane, Berkshire Road, a SCRAP grant.

arn premiums for residents ceiling replacement. begun converting some of Ar according to the report.
/li mia who live inside the city. The The Marianna Recre- its fleet of vehicles to run Ls Investigators also dis-
results of the review estab- ation Department, which on natural gas, which will covered, that Alabama
From Page 1A lished an ISO Rating of 4 for oversees the MERE Com- reduce operational cost. FromageA authorities had an ac-
the city, which is above av- plex, was successful in The City looks forward passengers were asked to tive warrant for the arrest
debt service and reduced erage. The fire department leasing the facilities this to 2013, which will create getoutofthecar.AK-9was of the driver, Lowry, as
interest costs to the city. also continued to provide past spring, summer and many opportunities for the subsequently deployed to an alleged fugitive from
In addition the clerk's of- free CPR classes for the fall nearly every weekend city to initiate and com- sniff the vehicle. The dog justice. She was arrested
fice has a new water and business community. to organized travel base- plete some of the following alerted to the odor of il- on a hold for Houston
natural gas meter-reading Marianna Health and Re- ball and softball. These projects: legal narcotics around the County related to that
program which automates habilitation Center contin- organizations typically P Greenwood Natural trunk area, and the car charge.
meter reading for all busi- ued to receive the highest bring 15 to 30 teams from Ga Line; construct a natu- was then searched. The passenger wound
ness customers to reduce rating possible from Flori- throughout the tri-state ral gas line to Greenwood Officers reported- that up in more trouble when
man hours spent read- da's Agency for Health Care areatoparticipateinsports whichwillinitiallyservethe items used for injecting she arrived at the Jackson
ing meters. In addition to Administration (AHCA), activities. Manyof the fam- Greenwood Supermarket. methamphetamine and CountyJail, where a search
all their other duties, the a rating of 5. .MHRC also ilies that travel with their Renovate the old Alli- some pills were found in revealed a small bag of
clerk's office has managed began a floor covering re- children stay overnight in ance / Unimac Building to the purse of front-seat suspected methamphet-
all state and federal grants placement project in 2012 Marianna and contribute accommodate the creation passenger Abby Newton. amine inside her bra. She
in full compliance with which is nearly complete to the local economy. The of new business in Jack- Newton was arrested was additionally charged
'state and federal laws. and replaces all flooring recreation department son County Home Source on charges of posses- with the introduction of
In 2012, the Marianna throughout the center. In also was successful in International sion of drug equipment, contraband into the cor-
Police Department coordi- addition, MHRC estab- bidding for the right to i Community Devel- methamphetamine and rectional facility.
nated the first ever Nation- lished a new parking lot have Dixie Youth Dis- opment Block Grant to a controlled substance. Lowry is listed as a resi-
alNight Outwhichbrought and resurfaced a portion trict Tournament held at make $2.5 million dollars Authorities identified dent of Headland and
state, county and city law of 5th Street, which was the Marianna MERE of improvements to the the pills as amphetamine Newton as a resident of
enforcement agencies to- sorely needed. Complex. City of Marianna Indus- and dextroamphetamine, Gilbertown.
gether at Madison Park to The Municipal Develop- In the Public Works De- trial Park, such as new el-
interact with families in .ment Department had a partment, which covers evated water thank, road
Jackson County and Mari- very busy year. Employees water, wastewater, streets improvements, parking C" Uvtp considerable amount of
arina with a goal to build there were able to prepare and facilities, natural gas, improvements, storm wa- l money.
better relationships with a successful Evaluation and the municipal airport, ter improvements. I he library continued
the community. Addition- Appraisal Report (EAR). A it was a great year with a Go into construc- From P e 1A making improvements in
ally, the police, department report regularly updated many projects completed. tion on the lining of over communities. In addition, 2012. The children's sec-
transitioned its analog ra- as required by the state, it Those included construc- 50,000 linear feet of sewer several improvements tion was reorganized, a
dio system to digital and made a number of chang- tion of a natural gas line lines, and the lining/re- were made to the EOC. focus was placed on get-
established GPS moni- es to the Comprehensive to Anderson Columbia placement of manholes New laptops and software ting more current best
toring for patrol vehicles Plan for the city. More than and Dairy Queen, throughout Marianna. was installed and video sellers on the shelves, the
within the department. 40 dilapidated properties renovation and construc- a Construct newT-hang- links were improved to website was improved,
The Marianna Fire De- were identified to be taken tion of the Jackson County ers and shade hangers at make the EOC function and a number of public
partment held its annual down or improved, with parking lot, at Madison the city's municipal airport more efficiently. computer training classes
Fire Prevention Fun Day over half cleaned up before Street and Jackson Street, 3 Construct a new natu- The Community Devel- were held.
where the department the end of the year. Addi- construction of a pic- ral gas refueling station in opment and Building De- Another highlight of
closed down Clinton Street tionally, the department nic pavilion at Madison the city partments report an in- 2012 was the completion
and provided food, games, coordinated the develop- Park, construction of two 3 Establish an annual crease in activity this year. of a $1.2 million refur-
and demonstrations to the ment ofland at the Hinson corporate hangars at the fly-in on Armed Service A number of general de- bishment of the Jackson
community in an effort Conservation Recreation airport, undergrounding Day at the City of Marian- velopment orders were is- County Courthouse, its
to raise awareness about Area, a project highlighted electric, telephone and naAirport sued and more than 1,400 first major upgrade in
fire prevention. The de- by a grand opening. Mu- cable on Highway 90, re- Overall it has been a building inspections were decades.
partment and city were nicipal Development over- construction of roads such great year and staff is ex- completed. Lakey also congratulat-
reviewed in 2012 by the saw a state Energy Conser- as Cedar, Watson, Noland, cited about 2013 so that we Jackson County Utilities ed three commissioners
Insurance Service Office vation Grant of more than Dogwood, English, Lucien, can continue to make the finished an extension of for winning reelection this
(ISO) to determine the fire $250,000, which paid for a Bowers, 9th, Oats, Jackson, City of Marianna and Jack- water lines in Camellia year Dr. Willie Spires,
department's readiness new and efficient heating Herring, Caledonia, Wynn, son County a good place to Acres. Work was done in- District 1, Chuck Lockey,
for service. This review and cooling system along as well as others. live and a great place to do house, which saved the District 3, and Kenneth
impacts the fire insurance with new insulation and Finally, the city has business. county and residents- a Stephens, of District 5.

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sandwith black trim" matching Stressles Must have dependable transprtation, r.H
Ekornes 3 cushion leatherloveseat. hb
Excellent Conditiori. Sells New For $5,390. minimum liability insurance & valid & 2 BR Apartments available in town near
Asking $3,000. for ALLL Call 850-209-9047 driver's license. Chipola. Water/garbage/sewer included.
No pets. 850-526-8392 or 850-209-5620
JEWLR &, WATCHES Come by and fill out an application at the ,. .
Wanted: Old Coins, Gold, Jackson County Floridan, "JIN, N ice Nghb rld.
Diamonds, Guns, And Tools 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna, FL CLASSIFIEDS i

JAZZY 600 POWER CHAIR: Excellent condition. Sudoku
Used for 30 minutes. Lt. beige leather w/shiny
blue base. $1,200 OBO. Can'deliver if live near
or in Dothan. 404-797-4172 -
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Baby Clothes-girl O-12 mo.$30 bx, 850-693-3260 0 1 to 9. For strategies on how to solve Sudoku,
Barbed Wire Fencing: 3500ft $25. 850-352-4181 Visit
Electric Fence Post: $35.850-352-4181 1 5 2 6
Fishing Pole water w/reels $10. 850-526-1040 / Solution tO Friday's puzzle
FREE: Lab mix puppies 2/M & 3/F. 850-209-7047 -- -- -
Humidifier $20.850-526-1040. 4 7 1 9 4 6 9 3 2 1 5 7 8
Mirror w/shelves, $50. 850-693-3260. __
Suitcase ig. on wheels $20. 850-526-1040 2 8 5 4 7 9 1 6 3
Vacuum, dyson w/attach. $200 850-272-5793 7 1 3 6 8 5 9
Wedding gown, new, sz 16, $300 850-693-3260. 6 3 2 38 9 42
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5 ready now !7 ready 1-18 parents on site. '
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--I """" ^ *"*^ ^ ^ ^ -^ ^ -1.~ _.~iuii lu .jiuiujnirnnim iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniilu miui l ji .ii_.- niM M i~~ M iiiiniimi ^ C LASSIFIEDS Jackson County Floridan Tuesday, January 1, 2013- 9 A.

Toyota 2010 Tacoma:
Orchard Pointe Apartent 4WHEELDRIVEdouble cab, silver-gray, G a I Clunke
Nw accepting applications for 2 BR AptTRD package and sport Well be your Junler!
Call or come byto pickup Jeep 1980 CJ5 Frame-off, re- package, and only 35k We buy wrecked cars
storation, Chevrolet V8MSD miles. $25,500. and Farm Equip. at a
4 O d P r Ignition and distributor, Call Scott 334-685-1070 fairand honest price!
Edelbrock Air Cleaner, Carbu- $325 &a Complete Cars
retor, Intake Manifold, $325 & t Comlete Cars
DP XS mIL QUADS Hedman Hedders Spray on Volvo 1996-DIESEL TRUCK, Good Condition CALL 334-702-432= =33 4
n CALL 334-702-4323 OR 334-714-6285
bed liner, Bestop vinyl seats, Asking price $10,000 OBO 334-695-1954 000000000005850 .... .......
2/1 Duplex in Atha. $475/Mo. Bestop Full Soft Top with soft doors included, WANTED Nice Pick-Up, preferably Extended
Located at 15664 N.W. Broad St Interior is in excellent shape, Like New. Classic Cab Ford Ranger or Tacoma must have air, any
Pro Team Realty 850-674- 3002 Jeep. Excellent Shape. Stored Inside. As is. Dodge 2002 Grand Caravan color but black. 334-687-8863
$8,600 cash FIRM, 205-913-8502 Dodge 2002 Grand Caravan color but black. 334-687-8863
One bedroom, Marianna area, $490/Mo. $8,600 cas5-Sport, rear air, 3rd seat, r --- -'.-"'- -
One bedroom, Blue Springs area, $490/Mo. 79,000 miles, new tires, ex- a* We buy recked hicles
Includes water, sewer, trash, lawn. cellent, $5500. Call 334-790-
Small pets okay, Call Joanne 850-693-0570 Dodge 2010 Challenger, 7959. i g-_OF
Special Christmas Gift for 3-947
om-HUE UFRI SHED ]=I that Graduate or Senior! W- NED A3U3TOS -- ----
Like New, Black, V6, 5-
3BR/2BA LAKEFRONT HOME speed automatic, 25mpg,
Available 12 month Lease Below Retail! $17,400! 850-209-4936
$1,000. Mo. + $1,000 Dep. FOR JUNK VEHICLES
Call 850-832-2309 or View at I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
5BR/3BA Home 2500sf+/- in-ground pool. $O Down/lst Payment, Tax, Tag & Title 24 HOUR TOWING 4 334-792-8664 USI THU CLASSI.II S
For info call 850-579-8895 Repos, Slow Credit, Past Bankruptcy OK!
Austin Tyler & Associates Push, Pull or Drag, Will Trade Anything!
Quality Homes;& Apartments First Pament 30 Da Out!
4 850- 526-3355 4
"Property Management is Our ONLY Business" Ford 1993 Thunderbird Super Coupe 3.8L Su-
Huge 7BR 4 BA Home for rent in Marianna, percharged V6, Exterior Red, Interior Black
PERFECT FOR LARGE FAMILIES : 2 kitchens, leather. 114k miles, Very clean, no rust power
2 dining rooms, 3 living rooms, plenty of everything. Plenty of modifications. 13.81/4
storage, barn,huge fenced pool.Will consider mile time. Asking $3,000. Please call for pic- -
separating intoindividual apartments. tures, 330-461-1958
Zoned for Residential & Commercial. Honda 2008 Fit, 40 MPG, under warranty, Must
1/4 Mile From Wal-Mart 850-544-0440 Sell! $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis
K:a 2006 Rio, 83k miles, a
2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. 35 MPG, $4999. Call 334-
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. 714-2700.
850-209-8847 4w
2 & 3 BR MH's in MINI 2010 Cooper S This
Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595. sweet little Mini has an auto-
matic 1.6 turbo engine and
gets up to 34 MPG. She has
been driven less than 13,000
miles, a panoramic sunroof,
2BR BA MH'S in Alford, $370 mo. $370. dep. and a Harmon Kardon premi-
850-579-8882/850-209-1664/850-573-1851 um sound system. Bluetooth, USB/lpod adap-
3/2 DW in Malone, CH/A, No pets, security tor, and 100% maintenance until August 2013 is Cn t Y ur G r
neg., Section 8 ok. 850-594-9991 or 850-557- also included. The asking price is negotiable.
7719 Call 816-752-0947
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT in Marianna $325 or email: and Turn the Item s Y ou 'v
to $400 water, trash and sewer included, NO Nissan 2005 Altima ONE OWNER, GARAGED. d L L Y v
Quiet, well maintained Pak, Water/sewer/ CRUISE, ALLOYWHEELS, NEW TIRES. MILES
garbagQuiet, well maincluded. Available Nowr/ 85K. ASKING $9,995. CALL 334-596-6738 Forgotten Into C ash.
3/2 DW $625 & 3/2 $475 & 2/1 $425 Nissan 2012 Versa, low miles, like new! $200
4 Joyce Riley RE 850-209-7825 4 down, $269 per month. Call Steve 334-791-8243.
r zli m VW 2011 Jetta, Must Sell! $200 down, $269 per old of much you
month. Call Steve 334-791-8243. Thaold collection of clutter might not mean uchtoyo
HOME FOR SL anymore, but chances are someone out there would love it. By
B Jeep 2000 CherokeeSport 4X4, AC, trailer hitch, using the Classifieds, you'll make it easier for them to find,
By Owner tuned up, new battery, new headlamps,$2300
243 Elkwood Dr. obo 334-983-4446or 334798-2999 and easier for you to sell. So try it today!
SLexus 2003 LX470-One owner, garage kept,
(Midland City) light beige, 120K miles, Reduce for quick Sale
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, approx. 1,400 sq. ft. $17,0000 OBO 334-687-5283
CH&A, privacy fenced back yard. $120,000.
Call 334-791-2277 or 334-794-8828 Suzuki 2004down, $179 per month Call Ronp! Must sell 714$20028 J ACKS OUNTY F L
down $7 per mot.ol Ro00)ll7102.
dw e Volvo 2003 XC90, T6 Pa JACKSON COUNTY LORIDAN
age, 3rd Row Seating,
$5999. Call 334-714-2700. (850) 526-3614 or (800) 779-2557
Go-Cart, Murray 1-seater,
Off Road, Tecumseh 6.5. -
HP Motor, Silver & Black,
Good Condition, Roll Bars;
Well maintained, Cover in-
cluded. $750; 334-792-4541
or 334-791-8883. -

Bass Tracker 2002: 18Ft, 90HP Mercury, black
and gray; GarminGPS fish finder, front fish
finder, AM/FM/CD Radio, Excellent Condition
$6,500. Call 850-774-6230

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Statons All Welded ______Jm______ Farm
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a 37 y ars experience ree phot downloads
ylvan,1988 Pontoon boat, -24', 70 hp Mercury Call immyat (850) 209-1336
(runs great), minntoka trolling motor, ___ -__ l____ [o___lll; ___
2 hummingbird fish fi nders, singe axle trailer. So. .k*=. 1
$4500 obo 334-983-444 or 334-798-2999 B&B ofessionalAutoDeta n M M La reiale i
*o i on AI YD Lg M&M DLay Laborers SciaSecurity?
Sandow offering mobile wash inside Need general labor for the day-week? Then lettheexperts help. Retired Social
GVWR8922 Ibs, Fiberglass Detailing now for the low price of $50. Call: 850-272-2339 SecuityAdministration Hearing Office~
Director Jerry Glover knows the law and
lightweight, 2 slideouts, 36 (850) 209-9489 S Most all type work done wants to help you.
gal fresh wateris,30 gal Js g a(8l at489 Smalljobs- Big jobs Satisfaction is our goal Call today for your FREE Consultation
gal fresh water, 30 gal gi call and we'l come to you (850) 762-2266 or (850) 557-6251
grey/black tanks, tons of storage. Sleeps 6 All services performed on site. God Bless America
queen bed, dbl kitchen sink, AM/FM/CD stereo, r
cable wired, checkered flag awning. $12,900. F
Email: 334-405-0938 *
Gulf Stream 2006 Travel For General House or i ,
S Trailer, 32', FEMA 8x32 ft. N ice Office Cleaning 10x16 o
and roomy, in very good Na D a
cond, great place for a great Call Debra 23950
get away. Comes with front Free Estimates References Available 33 Years in Business
porch & skirting. Must be moved. 8 0 5 3 0MW EBuubamS
$4650 Call Home Phone: 334-677-7815 850-526-2336
or Cell phone: 334-790-4225 U U .. ...
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For18, Clay 0 Ne l Carpentry/Painting Installationsm
Fwffw#mGIB Furniture Repair & Refinishing PO T L BUILDINGS i
~ Low Miles, UUIaEIE General Repairs Insured LARGEST .- IiRER OF PORTABLE BUItO It A
Clean/Generator, $4599. Land Clearing, Inc. ,mElaIa.MR .T
Call 334-714-2700. ALTHA, PL __I_._B_ _F_ ___,-EHAVWE'
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Cell 850-832-5055 awlwsna HAPPY DI-F ERENT SIZES!
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SNaDoctors: Blood clot located in Clinton's head
The Associated Press stroke center. Blood thinners usually
Judge Oft ba on The area where Clinton's are enough to treat the
Planned Pare d WASHINGTON Sec- clot developed is "a drain- clot and it should have no
ndng retary of State HillaryRod- age channel, the equiva- long-term consequences
ham Clinton developed lent of a big vein inside the if her doctors are saying
AUSTIN, Texas -Texas a blood clot in her head skull- it's how the blood she has suffered no neu-
can cut off funding to but did not suffer a stroke gets back to the heart," rological damage from it,
Planned Parenthood's or neurological damage, Goldstein said. Goldstein said.
family planning programs her doctors said Monday.
for poor women, a state They say they are confi-
judge ruled Monday, dent that she will make a Try this on for SIGHS!
requiring thousands to full recovery.
find new state-approved In a statement that re-
doctors for their annual vealed the location of THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
exams, cancer screenings the clot, Clinton's doc- U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton poses for
and birth control. tors said it is in the vein photos on Nov. 16 before a dinner hosted by Singapore's
Judge Gary Harger said in the space between the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Law K. Shanmugam. famoina'
that Texas may exclude brain and the skull behind cember. She had fainted, or head that are treated Store Hours
otherwise qualified doc- the right ear. She is being fallen and struck her with blood thinners, said M-F 9-5:30 o er
tors and clinics from treated with blood thin- head at home while bat- Dr. Larry Goldstein, a Sat 9-1:00 JEGWELERS E AGS
receiving state funding if ners to help dissolve the ling a stomach virus, her neurologist who is direc- GMOarls tablish
they advocate for abortion clot, the doctors said, and spokesman said. She has tor of Duke University's 850.482.4037
rights. she will be released once not been seen publicly
Texas has long banned the medication dose has since Dec. 7.
the use of state funds for been established. Phillipe Reines, her
abortion, but had contin- Clinton, 65, is making spokesman, said her doc-
ued to reimburse Planned excellent progress and is tors discovered the clot*
Parenthood clinics for in good spirits, Dr. Lisa Sunday while performing
providing basic health care Bardack of the Mt. Kisco a follow-up exam on the
to poor women through Medical Group and Dr. concussion. She was ad-
the state's Women's Health Gigi El-Bayoumi of George mitted to New York-Pres-
Program. The program Washington University byterian Hospital.
provides preventive care said in a statement. 'Clinton's complication
to 110,000 poor women a Clinton, who was spend- "certainly isn't the most
year, and Planned Parent- ing a second day at a New common thing to happen .q
hood clinics were treating York hospital, developed after a concussion" and
48,000 of them. the clot after suffering, a is one of the few types of
concussion earlier in De- blood clots in the skull
SunritV of bus crash
saysom ejectedy ITH 0i THANKS
Survivors of the bus
crash that killed nine -i At Yeear's End
people on a partly icy sec- A Yerr End
tion of interstate in rural f droWe're truly grateful for neighbors
Eastern OregonsaidMon- ga like you, and wish you all a very
day some passengers were ot and posp e
thrown from the tour bus touappyNeYear! happy and prosperous year.
thrown from the tour bus
through broken windows
after the vehicle skidded From Dr. Henry A. KDnorwle5, Jr. and Staff
through a guardrail and Ma d
hu a 1a and Home Made Jew Thank you to all our patlents and families in Jackson County for your patrondge. We're
an embankment. onn 573-0577 Donna Cris deeply grateful for your vote of confidence. CI us5 for your dental needs.
When the charter bus 5263939 ) .43k8 Kfedso l Ave. Mi rl an od
came to a rest, terrified ,
passengers looked around
for their loved ones.
"Some mothers ,B
screamed to find their
son or daughter," said
Jaemin Seo, a 23-year-old
exchange student from
Suwon, South Korea.
Berlyn Sanderson, 22, of SOUTHERN CHARM
said she and several other
passengers were ejected.
"It's kind of like one of & VVeffJitm&i Wou need ta pt anEw
thoe dreams you have peci eett HAPPY NEW YEAR
of the world ending," she .
told The Associated Press. FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS
Coming January 20, 2013
M Ml-St E fCOpdI had We'd like to say in all sincerity,
S0--- i 'That we wish you much joy and prosperity in the New Year;
NEWYORK--Awoman And when the holiday is through,
who gave birth under May our best wishes remain with you!
arrest and her boyfriend
were facing weapons
charges Monday after We're proud to serve this fine commnunity
authorities said they found and we thank you for your trust in us.
a substance used to make
bombs and papers titled
"The Terrorist Encyclope-
dia" in their apartment in arianna C a peFune'ra iome
a picturesque Manhattan
neighborhood. 960 Lafayette Street 526-5059
Morgan Gliedman, the
27-year-old daughter oqf
a prominent NewYork
City physician, and Aaron
Greene, 31; were arrested
Saturday after officers with
a search warrant discov-
ered a plastic container
with 7 grams of HMTD,
a highly explosive white :
powder used in bomb a ,
making, police and pros-
ecutors said. lg.
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Monday even as the "fiscal NE lIADLW
cliff" neared. By the time
trading ended, Republi-
cans and Democrats still
hadn't reached a budget *
compromise but inves-
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