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Cottondale man charged with prescription fraud

Investigators looking for suspected accomplices Percocet. Another MPD investi- According to MPD, Collier stataccom gator drove to the pharmacy and ed that he knew the prescription
made contact with Collier. An he was filling was fraudulent and From staff reports told the officer that the woman ing his current investigator with the JCSO was that he did steal the pad fromthe
is a current employee of his. A employee and the also summoned due to the phar- doctor's office.
On Friday, Dec. 6, staff at a lo- total of four prescriptions were other being Bran- macy being outside the police Collier was subsequentcal doctor's office reported to filled for.a controlled substance don Collier, 31, of department's jurisdiction. ly placed under arrest and the Marianna Police Depart- in an eight-day span. 2912 Keith Lane in Collier The employee gave a state- booked into the county jail to
ment that a prescription pad On Dec. 9, n investigator Cottondale. MPD ment saying she did not steal await his first appearance in
was stolen from their office. made contact with the doc- says that Collier is the boyfriend the doctor's prescription pad, court. He was charged with obThe employer told MPD that tor. The doctor stated he had of the employee. nor did she have any prescrip- taining fraudulent prescription,
he suspected it to be one of his received a phone call from an- While speaking with the in- tions fraudulently filled. She did fraudulent possession of preemployees. The employer said other local pharmacy and a vestigator, the doctor received say that she recalls when she scription form and violation of he had been contacted by a lo- call from a Chipley pharmacy a phone call from a pharmacy brought Collier to work with her probation. cal pharmacy about an unusual in reference to an unusual saying that the male subject andhe walked through the office Due to there being multiple amount of prescriptions being amount of prescriptions being was present and -attempt- unsupervised and he may have prescriptions filled, investigators filled by a woman. The employer filled by two people one be- ing to fill a prescription for stolen the pad'then. are seeking accomplices. 2


HELPWG THE COMMnWrrY Search committee to


Toys for Tots volunteers recommend Hurst as
next Chipola president
Special to the Floridan .,committee's recommen,geatup' ;for fnlpush P
gri ph The Chipola College president's
District board of trusteesob at a
on Monday moved one speciallystep closer to naming called
the college's next presi- meetin g
dent. In November, cur- of the full
rent President Dr. Gene Board of
Prough announced that Prough Trustees
he would retire at the end s et for Dec.
ofMarch 2014. 12 at 5:30
Four board mem- p.m. in the
bers-Chair Gary Clark, Public SerGina Stuart, Danny Ry- vice Buildals and Tommy Lassman ing Board
volunteered to serve room.
akson County on a search committee, Hurst College
Tds for Tots which met Dec. 9 to eval- attorne y
uate internal candidates. Jeff Goodman outlined
***volunteers Elijah The committee agreed the board's three opConrad (left) and to recommend Chipola tions at the Nov. 19 board
Sandy Hascher un- Executive Vice President meeting. The board may
Sandy Dr. Jason Hurst to the vote to: name a presiload toy collection board as Prough's succes- dent; name an acting
boxes, Tuesday, Dec. sor. Dr. Bryan Craven, the president; or form a largschool's public relations er search committee to
10, indowntown director, was the only solicit applications from
SMarianna. other internal candidate. outside the college.
Board Chair Gary Clark Hurst came to Chiposaid, "The committee la in November 2011
was very impressed with as vice-president of
both candidates."
Clark will submit the See CHIPOLA ,Page 9A



GOPpicks central

Florida senator

to lead Senate
PHOTOS BY ANGII COOK/FLORIDAN
The Associated Press
Marianna fundraiser set for Friday TSE- A
central Florida state senBYANGIECOOK ator is being chosen as
acook@lcflorldan corn the Republican designate
for Senate president.
The historic Caledonia Street Senate Republicans on
bank building in downtown Mani_ Marianna Police Chief Tuesday officially voted
annawas abuzz with activityTues- layes Baggett shows of to select Sen. Andy Garday, as volunteers with the Jack- h i adlirn forhnidy'I diner; a Republican from
son County Toys for Tots program Brunswick stew fundraiser. Orlando, to succeed curbegan the work of collection box The city of Marianna rent Senate President
pick-up. and MPD will be raising Don Gaetz. Gardiner
Coordinator Tom Perry said the money and collecting will become president
donations look to be on par or bet- new, unwrapped toys for in November 2014 if the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
ter than previous years, noting a the local Toys for Tots GOP keeps control of the in this Jan.10 photo, Florida
decided uptickin community sup- program. Stew is $4 per state Senate. Republicans Sen. Andy Gardiner, R-Orport this year. The program dis- ,* 16-ounce cup (free with currently hold a 26-14 lando, holds his 8-year-old
tribute red-and-white cardboard '"" toy donation) or $25 per margin. son Andrew, during the first
collection boxes at 63 locations, a ,,gallon. Call 718-1001or Gardiner was first elect- day of the 2012 Florida
new record for the local group. 482-4353 to place an ed to the Florida House in Legislative session.
The process ofpicking up collec- order, but walk-ups are 2000 and moved over to nal affairs and commution boxes will continue through welcome. Lunch service the state Senate in 2008. nity relations for Orlando
frda. After pick-up, toys will be starts at 11a.m. He has been majority Health. He was born in
counted and sorted by age and a leader in both chambers. Orlando and graduated
gender; all ahead of next week's The .44-year-old Gar- from Stetson University
See TOYS, Page 9A t, diner currently works as with degrees in political
Vice president of exter- science and psychology.

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F L O R ID A N WEDNESDAY, DEC.11 9631. Ff omen of the Moose Chapter 1286 Fall
Green Industries Best Management Practices a City of Marianna selling Brunswick stew for Bazaar- 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Mooke Lodge (old Workshop-8 am Jackson County Extension Toys for Tots-11ia.m.to 1p.m in the parking lot Tony's Restaurant) parking lot in Marianna.Bring
Publisher- Valeria Roberts Office, 2741 PennsylvaniaAve., Maianna $30 regis- between City Hall and'the Police Station. $4 for 16 your handmade goodandineause. $5iyou vroberts~~jcftoridaanna. . ft - .. ft Moons' e t s0 AM 2o 9gora eJUIMO~TF 25,sroe a








vroberts@jcflondan com tration fee Call 482-9620 or rob trawitk@ufl eu' o2. cup with crackers. Wil make local deliveriesfor .bring.you ta.ble.: $ if Moosef frhes table. Call
SJackson County Tourist Development Council an order of five or more plates. To place orders call 526-1026 after 4 p.m. dCirculation Manager- Dena Oberski meeting-10 am at the Russ House, 4318 Lafay- 7184001 or 482-4353. n Second annualChristmas Festivl by the
ette Street, Marianna. Which eReader is Right forYou?-3 p.m. Lake-8 a.fn. o 4p.m. in Sneads. Proceeds go to

CONTACT US Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon at the Jackson County Public Library, Marianna.This Sneads High School Project Graduation.
to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist informative class on eReaders will help you learn n Alford Community Health Clnic Hours-10 Telephone: 850526-3614 Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. the differences between Nooks, Kindles and tablets. am. until lastpatient is'see, at l CarolIr St.i b
FAX: 850-482-4478 Find the right fit for you!. Call Ann, 482-9631. .Alford. The for inom -lb
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com THURSDAY, DEC .12 ) Christmas Parade and FestivalA .rr, in wt out mei rinrance AtsA ts
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Street Address: 2 Seniors Breakfast-8:30 a.m. Senior Center, mediate follow with pony andtrain rides, games, available (call 263-7106
4403 Constitution Lane 2931 ptimist Drive, Marianna home cooked break- prizes, visit from Santa and hot dog and chili. Free welome.Sign in.before noon.
Marianna FL 32448 fast. Donations accepted. to public. w Christmas Festival-2 .m.i- 4 p.m. in Cotton-.
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Ofce Hours: St. Anne Thrift Store Sale- 9 a.m.To p.m. St Fish Dinner-4 p.m.-7p.m. Bascom Town Hall, dale on Front Street. Free event.
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. All Bascom. $8 per plate. Raffle for a queen size quilt C Christmas Parade-4 p.. in Sneads.
clothing buy one and get second item of equal or ,$1 each or 6 for $5. Call 569-1128. )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30 MISS YOUR PAPR less value for half price. Half price on all toys and Marianna's Gatherng Place Foundation to 5:30 p.m. in theAA room of First United Methods R PAPte Christmas Decoration. Call 482-3734. Dinner/Dance 5:30 p.m. at Jim'sBuffet & Grill, .' ist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna
Youshould receive your newspaper no later Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Lafayette Street, Marianna. Live music, prizes. )Three River State Parlk 10thAnnualCom-~
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's Public welcome. Donations accepted non- profit munity Christmas Light Show-6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
tion between f a.m. and noon, Tuesday to focus is the local community,"Community, Children organization which will benefit Mark Skinner, Three Rivers State Park in Sneads. Will be acceptFriday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The & Character' Call 526-3142. photographer of Jackson County Floridan, who is ing pet food and other items for pets.Donations
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) ) Employability Workshop-2 p.m. Marianna One battling cancer. Call 526-4561. accepted for future light shows. All families, groups,
is published Tuesday through Friday and Stop Career Center. Certified motivational career a Three Rivers State Park 10th Annual Coin- organizations, churches and business interested in Ea coach will be teaching "Tools for a successful Job munity Christias Light Show-6 p.m. to 8p.m. setting up a display contact part for further inforSunday mornings. Periodical postage paid Search" Open to public and free of charge. Three Rivers State Park in Sneads. Will be accept- mation 482-9006. Free admission. at Marianna. FL. n Jackson County Branch of the NAACP ing pet food and other items for pets.Dohations
monthly meeting 6 p. m. St. James AME accepted for future light shows. All families, groups, S D C 1
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Church. organizations, churches and business interested in SUNDAY, DEC.15
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 w Marianna High Christmas Concert-6:30 setting up a display contact part for further infor440 CnsttuionLae .93 OpimstDrveMaiana omecokedb aietifo -906 Free andtdmiso n ci e w Cildrein pin befre tknowt n tadh







for three'months; $62.05 for six months p.m. Marianna High School Auditorium featuring nation 482900 Free admission. Grinch-1 p.m. to 5p.m. at the Chamber of ConMarianna High School Jazz Band and Symphonic ) Chess Club -6 p.m. to 8 p.m. First United merce. Free event. and $123.45 for one year. All prices include Band under the direction of Mackenzie Lane, Band Methodist Church on Clinton St. in Mrianna. C applicable state and local taxes. Mail Director. Marianna Middle School.Band will join the Sponsored by Maria'nna Optimist Club for students Capital Chordsmen'Barbershop Harmony subscriptions mut be paid in advance. Mail stage and play "Feliz Navidad." Admission: $3 or one for students 8 -18 years of age in Jackson County Chorus Concert-4 p.m.at St. Luke's Episcopal subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; non-perishable food item. All food itemrrs swill be All students and their parents are welcome. Players ohut cho. ThMo s earne t in eoen in $9224 for six months; and $184.47 for one donated to the Chipola Family Ministries of all skill levels includingbeginners are welcome. e, co. ee ts c
$22o sixiannas months; and $184 r oe 53 pRevised Edition"A"Meet the Artist" reception will
Ma S Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8 Call 6930473. follow the concert. The whole community is invited.
ear. to Qp.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- ) Celebrate Reoveiy -7 pin. at Evangel Donations are accepted for the F ine Arts Series.
YE S sdonia St., Marianina; in the AA room.Attendance Worship Center, 2645Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Contact person Lois Jones 482-767t
ADVERTISING limited to persons with a desireto stop drinking; Adult, teen meetings to"overcome Ahurts habitsComThe advertiser agrees that the publisher papers will not be signed, and hang-ups Dinner 6 p.m Child care available. m Thor ives State ikiOw An.nal'tCom.in
Call wlbtcn" flr Lit . 2 5 miungyuhrpstmas gnt how-prt p.mf6f o pim.
shall not be liable for damages arising pbi a f o caThree Rivers State Park in Sneads. Will be acceptout of errors and advertisements beyond FRIDAY, DEC.13, Alcoholcs Anonymous Open Meeting ing pet tood and other items for~pets. Donations
the amount paid for the space actually n Hooks and Needles -10 am.at the Jackson to 9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist accepted for fjturelight shov. -All families, groups, occupied by that portion of the advertise- County Public Library, Mariana Branch. New and CIurch, 2901 aledonia St. in Marianna. organizations, churches and business interested in experienced hand rafters welcome to:create, setting up a display contact part for further informnts in which the error occurred, whether share, learn or teachfavorite project Call 482- SATLRDAY DEC. 14 mation482-9006. Free admission.
such error is dueto the negligence of the
SThe submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: CommunityCalendar Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box 520, MariannaFL 32447, publisher's employees or otherwise, and email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 C6nstitution Lane in Marianna.
there shall be not iability for non-insertion of any advertisement beyond the
amount paid for such adv ertisement. This Police ou tup
newspaper will not knowingly accept or 'Maria ina oic dents for Dec. 9, the latest compliant, one found aban- Points Rd., Cottondale, nonpuiblish illegal matenalof any kind Advertis- Mde vailable report: One accident doned property complaint, one child support. ro
ing which expresses p preference based on p el with an injury follow-up investigation, one Brandon Collier 31,2912
legally protected personacharacteristicsis The Marianna police De- three accidents littering/garbage complaint, Keith Lane, Cottondale,
not acceptable. fr hre ts partment listed the following s with no injuries, three juvenile complaints, one obtaining fraudulent prescripincidents for Dec. 9, the latest r one hospice 'assault complaint, one suicide lion, fraudulent possession of
HOW TO GET YOUR available report: One accident 1 dea reported, attempt or threat, 19 property prescription form, violation of
NEWS PUBLISHED with io injury, two suspicious .two aban- pr building checks, one assist- county probation.
vehicles reported, one burglary 20. doned vehicles ing motorist/pedestrian, one Damon Edmond, 33, 2151
The Jackson County Floridan will publish reported one panic -alarm call, reported, one suspicious retailtheft/shoplifting com- Martin St., Jacksonville, hold for
. news of general interest free of charge. three traffic stops, one civic incident reported, two suspi- plaint, three calls to assist other Duval County. Submit your news or Community Calendar dispute reported, one foJlow-up cious persons reported, three agencies, two public service Nathan Pelt, 35, 1965 Willow
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, investigation, on assaulted re'- information calls, two bur- calls, two criminal registrations, Bend Ct. Apt. B, Sneads, violaFees mby apply for wedding, engagement, ported, one noise-disturbance glaries reported, one physical two welfare checks, two trans- tion of county probation., anniversary and birth announcements. call, one fraud complaint, two disturbance complaint, two ports, two Baker Act/transports, Victor Guny, 30, 5060 Copper
Formsre available at the Floridan offices. *calls to assist other agencies; verbal disturbance complaints, one threat/harassment report Head 1n., Bascom, Bascom, one child abuse report and two three pedestrian/hitchhik- and two illegal dumping report. violation of state probation.
Photographs nust be of good quality and home security checks. ers reported, one fire/police Amanda Miller, 27,1069 Hwy.
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the response call, one vehicle fire 71, Graceville, hold for Holmes
right to edit all submissions. call, 24 medical calls, two traffic Jackson County County.

GETTING IT RIGHT Jackson County crashes, three burglary alarm Correctional Facility
Sheriff's Offices calls, one robbery alarm call, .1ill Population: 211
The Jackson County Floridan's policy SThe following persons were
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is to correct mistakes promptly. To The Jackson County sheriffs ones o i area e booked into the county jai dur- t r all Soes
an aer sement cl234 nd cu tyfrereu traffic stops, one larceny, two at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
report an error, please call 526-3614 Office and county fire/rescue criminal mischief, four civil dis- iig the latest reporting periods: agency.To report a wildlife violation, call Monday-Friday. reported thefolowig inci- ue complaints, oe trespass ames Tice, 33, 3166 Five 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).





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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com JOCAL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2013 3ACoin collector speaks


to Boy Scout Troop 3

Special to the Floridan
Troop 3 Boy Scouts enjoyed a visit from a special
guest during their regular
weekly meeting on Dec.
2. Dan McKelvain, an avid
coin collector for many
s SUBMITTED PHOTOS
interesting program about School reps were as follows: Emily Chambliss Cottondale Elementary School; Summer
Uted States roinsm andt : Hayes Cottondale High School; Jazmine Bellamy Graceville Elementary School; Kaitlyn
the value of maintaining a Hayes Graceville High School; Andrew Weeks Grand Ridge Elementary School; Ashlynn
collection. Harris Grand Ridge Middle; Angelo Dawson Malone Elementary School; Baylie Callaway
McKelvain explaine- Malone High School; Briana Autman Riverside Elementary School; Hunter Grooms
haexaed Sneads Elementary School.
how coins are. made, and
where the active U. S.
Mint facilities are located.
Scouts learned the grading, DISTRICT SPELLIN
system for determining the ,,
condition of a coin, which ET
includes uncirculated, ex- "N
tremely fine, very fine, fine,
very good, good, and poor,
along with three ways to he Jackson County School District the District Spelling Bee
store a coin collection. rci
McKelvain brought some competition was held on Wednesday, Dec. 4, at Malone
of his coins to show to the .J School Auditorium beginning at 9:30 a.m.
Scouts, such as steel pen- The school winners competed to determine a District Winner to
nies, silver dollars and
other. special coins. He represent Jackson County in the Regional Spelling Competition to
worked with' the. Scouts SUBMITTEDPHOTOS be held in Tallahassee in early 2014.
to complete some of the Mr. Dan McKelvain shows Troop 3 Scouts some of his coin requirements for earn- collection.
ing their coin collecting
merit badges, and those requirements; Scouts. For more inforaspiring to earn that badge The Marianna Optimist mation about Boy Scouts, can continue to work on Club is the chartering or- please call Scoutmaster completing the remaining ganization for Troop 3 Boy Bill Kleinhans at 526-2897.





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The Jackson County District Spelling Bee Winner was
Summer Hayes (above, left) from Cottondale High School. Troop 3 Scouts (sitting, left to right) Noah McArthur, Mathew Pelham, Walker Crawford and District Runner up was Hunter Grooms (above,right) from Gavin Tharpe, and (standing, left to right) assistant Scoutmaster Chaison Johnson, assistant Sneads Elementary School. Scoutmaster Mark Richards, and Senior Patrol Leader Daniel Tillman, listen to their guest _speaker's presentation on coin collecting.
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was recently welcomed Kirkland.burnevs.rRandallrTodd Downtown Marianna
by the Marianna Optimist Kayla Marie Drury Blackburn. 850.482.4037
Club as their guest speaker.
Ford told the gathering of .
men his year-old company
markets nearly a half dozen
flavors-of premium flavors of 2884 Jeffewson St.
coffee locally and across the Downtown Marianna
nation, with 10 percent of the ..I
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NAACP asks Justice to probe Fla. police dep o..r.llt 0sn


The Associated Press ment spokesman did not problems began, Saleh CRYSTAL RIVER
immediately respond to a asked to stop participate Duke Energy says it MIAMI -The NAACP is request for comment. ing, but the officers con- will take 60 years to fully
asking the Justice Depart- Miami Gardens city and tinued their actions. Even- close the shuttered Crysment to open a civil rights police officials also did tually Saleh installedabout tal River. power plant.
investigation into allega- not immediately respond $7,000 worth of video Company officials said
tions of harassment and to emails seeking com- equipment to document Tuesday Duke Energy
misconduct by officers of ment. Miami Gardens is police actions, produc- will retain about 275
the Miami Gardens Police a predominantly African- ing 27 videotapes that are employees on site, in
Department, with many American city along Mi- at the heart of the NAACP addition to security
incidents captured on a ami-Dade County's north- complaint and the lawsuit. personnel.
convenience store's video em border with Broward "We've seen this kind of Duke expects the curcameras. THEASSOCIATEDPRESS County. pattern throughout the rent-decommissioning
NAACP officials said This Nov. 13 photo shows Earl Sampson, who was arrested 62 The owner of 207 Quick- state from time to time fund that customers Tuesday the allegations times for trespassing even though he was often still on the job, stop, Alex Saleh, and oth- over many, many years," already have paid into, include an employee at standing near one of the coolers he was stocking at 207 Quick- ers have also filed a federal said David Honig, spe- along with the fund's the 207 Quickstop, Earl Stop in July of 2012 when the Miami Gardens Police walked in civil rights lawsuit against cial counsel to the Florida growth and contribuSampson, who was ar- and arrested him for trespassing. the city, its officials and NAACP "Candidly, not tions from the nuclear
rested 62 times for tres- dent of the NAACP Florida same time," Nweze told several individual police documented by videotape facility's other owners passing even though he State Conference, said a reporters. officers. According to the and to this extent, ever. will cover the total cost.
was often still on the job. Miami Gardens "zero tol- The NAACP letter, dated lawsuit, Saleh signed up a This is just unique." The plant's used Numerous patrons of the erance" policy aimed at Tuesday, asks Attorney few years ago for the city's The NAACP letter asks nuclear fuel will remain store a short distance fighting crime appears to General Eric Holder to in- "zero tolerance" program that federal investigators in the existing on-site from Sun Life Stadium have gone way too far. vestigate whether there is that gives officers broad determine if any crimes fuel pool until a hnew, where the Miami Dol- "The problem is that in a "pattern and practice" powers to act on store have been committed dry-cask storage facility
phins play have been order to address the crimi- of intimidationby the Mi- property such as arrest- and prosecute those re- is built on-site. harassed, intimidated and nal element, you've got to ami Gardens police force, ing trespassers, cracking sponsible, as well as make The NRC said a public arrested on equally ques- be sure that the' rights of which currently numbers down on alcohol drinking sure the proper policies hearing will be held early tionable grounds, accord- those who are not apart of about 200 sworn officers in and doing stop-and-frisks and procedures are be- in 2014 in CitrusCounty ing to the NAACP the criminal element are a city of more than 10,000 and so forth. ing followed by the Miami to discuss the plan.
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ties are covered by this may have firearms," Friday Padovano argued that M ( 12/09 4TALLAHASSEE- State 2011 law. The ruling notes said. no one would ever doubt Man (MY 16 7-9-9-'
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The Associated Press real estate empire, and he rienced helicopter pilot on pointed out his house and eva, and their three minor ihe licensed helicopter piis also married to model board. yacht." The helicopter was children would be limited lot, David Pearce, was the
MIAMI A $100 mil- Elle Macpherson. "He was recklessly flying a few feet off the ground to a $2 million insurance one at the controls when it
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day in Miami federal court Soffer was licensed at the the crash. Macphersonwas controls so Valdez's widow, the lawsuit added. It says rather than a claimagainst against real estate magnate time to fly fixed-wing air- not involved. Daria Pastouhkova Gogol- she was falsely told that him," the lawsuit says. Jeffrey Soffer. He owns the craft but not helicopters, Just before the ill-fated Fontainbleau Hotel in Mi- the lawsuit says. It adds he landing attempt, the lawami Beach and is CEO of was flying the aircraft even suit says that Soffer flew the Turnberry Associates though there was an expe- over a golf course "and
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nearly $6 million in Hard- Department of the Treaest-Hit Fund Principal sury, the "Housing FiReduction assistance. nance Agency Innovation
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has agreed to accept HHF of Columbia; Florida's alTHEASSOCIATED PRESS funds for this program location stands at more General Motors Senior Vice President Mary Barra (left), President of North America Mark Reuss (center), and Cadillac Chief can receive up to $50,000 than $1 billion. The goal Engineer David Leone react after the Cadillac ATS is named North American Car of the Year at the North American International to reduce the princi- is to help create sustainAuto Show in Detroit in January. Barra was named GM CEO on Tuesday, making her the first woman to lead a U.S. car company. pal balance of their first able homeownership in B mortgage. To date, nearly our state.
Barra first woman to head major car co,
The Associated Press fence, her management record, her sumer Reports magazineD
people skills andher understanding During her tenure, GM's qualDETRW1T Mary Barra has spent of GM's operations. ity scores rose in surveys done by
the past three years as General Mo- "This is an executive who has a vi- I.D. Power and Associates. She also 1 tors' product chief, making cars that sion of where she wants to take the streamlined the organization, elimidrive better, lastlonger andlook good organization," he said. eating positions and putting one enin showrooms. Since February20il, Barrahasheld ginger in charge of each vehicle.
-Now she will take on an even bigger what many say is the most important Barra has a rare combination of
job. OnTuesday, theboardtappedthe job at GM senior vice president GM 'and auto industry knowledge b isin ess afloat
33-year company veteran'to be the for global product development, and an ability to make changes, next CEO, making her the first wom- She joined the company in 1980 as said Ed Whitacre, a former CEO and Dear Brce: I recently an to lead a major car company. an engineering student and became chairman, closed my business after
Barra replaces Dan Akerson, who a plant manager, executive director "I don't see any reason why she two.years. I accumulated moved up retirement plans by sev- of engineering and head of human won't be a huge success," he said. $50,000 in credit card eral months to help his wife, Karin, resources. Akerson hinted at Barra's promo- debt trying to keep it go" battle advanced cancer. Along the way, she earned a reputa- tion earlier this year when he told a ing. Eventually, failure
When Barra starts her new job Jan. tion as a manager who made tough women's business group in Detroit won. I am now worl]ng
15, she will lead a company that's decisions, yet was able to get people that a 'car gal" would someday run as a plumber where I was 7made nearly $20 billion since emerg- to follow her lead and work as a team, one of the Detroit Three automak- before the business failed. BD7WCe~iM9_1Tll ing from bankruptcy in 2010, much according to current and formerGM ers. But he made it clear Tuesday I don't make very much Smart Money of it from the cars and trucks she executives. that she wasn't picked because she's money, but am trying to want their fee upfront,
helped develop. But she still faces The 51-year-old executive has been awoman. keep up with payments. look elsewhere.
challenges in paring down GM's in charge of design, engineering and "Mary's one of the most gifted exec- Do you think I should costs and winning over buyers in quality for all GM vehicles and has utives I've met in my career," he said. keep struggling or try us- Send your questionsto: Smart international markets such as India shepherded most of the company's Among Barra's biggest tasks is ex- ing a credit counseling Money, P.0. Box 2095, Elfers, FL and South America. recent new vehicle introductions. ecuting plans designed to cut costs company to help me? If 34680. E-mail to: bruce@brucewilAkerson, 65, said he had planned to Under her command, GM rolled out and put out better products, Akerson I go through a company, liams.com. Questions of general stay at least until spring, but his Wife's brawny new full-size pickup trucks, said. One big step in getting there: my bills won't get paid as interest will be answered in future diagnosis changed that. He said the the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC making more vehicles off the same quickly. columns.
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Our Opinion OF FLYING PACKAE
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High praise.,
P ublic employees know that people are quick to
point out what they think is wrong or complain about the way many institutions seem to work,
but they'll rarely acknowledge things that go right or a
job well done.
That's a shame, as there are many remarkable accom-m l "
plishments taking place in the public sector, including so
our public schools.
Recently, Sneads Elementary School caught the atten-.tion of our governor, Rick Scott, because of the school's
state rankings on FCAT reading, math and science
scores.
Principal Carolyn Pilcher received a copy of the ranking from.the governor's office, with Scott's handwritten
congratulations.
It's high praise, but completely deserved: Of 1,780
Florida elementary schools, Sneads scored 155th in
reading 35th in math and 14th in science. Among the h ory
state's 1:650 Title I schools, Sneads scored 7th in reading
and math, and 4th in science. BY COKIE ROBERTS AND ther saw in that window. ner table conversations need to sit down with
Such accomplishment deserves shouting from the STEVEN V. ROBERTS I'll send it to you." and then subjected their .one another and not be
rooftops. We congratulate Principal Pilcher and her A s a young woman, And so at Thanksgiv- children to a battery of distracted. Some people staff for their work in teaching the students of Sneads I-A Steve's grandmoth- ing, we passed around psychological tests. have to talk and some Elementary School, and we applaud' the students, who -.Ler, Miriam Wasilsky, the photo and told two "The more children have to listen. The stories dazzled the governor with their collective intellect. left her small village in -of Mirian's great-great- knew about their family's need to be told over and Congratulations! what is now Lithuania and grandchildren the story, history," Feiler wrote, "the over and the times of sitmoved to the city of Bialy- of where it came from. stronger their sense of ting together need-to be stok, Poland, looking for Where they came from. control over their lives, the multiple and occur over Daytona Beach News-Journal work. She found a job in Stories have always higher their self-esteem manyyears.
'a dry goods store, and to played an essential part and the more success- We know the truth of
mark her new life, asked a in family life, especially at fully they believed their those words firsthand, H u rr can e season local photographer to take this time of year, around families functioned." Our six grandchildren
her picture., the holidays. But it turns After 9/11, the re- want to hear the same
p The photographer liked out that trading tales has a searchers returned to the family stories "over and
the image so much that larger and more vital pur- families and asked more over." They relish the he displayed it in his front pose than filling the time questions. "Once again," idea that "they belong to window. As family legend between watching football Duke told Feller, "the ones something bigger than S aturday was the end of hurricane season, and it goes, Steve's grandfather, and making dinner. who knew more about themselves."
appears as if meteorologists and climate theorists Avram Rogowsky, passed Bruce Feiler, who writes their families proved to be Some years ago Steve
will be left scratching their heads. the studio every day and the "This Life" column more resilient, meaning wrote a memoir, "My
The year 2013 is going to go down as the year with the gradually fell in love with for The New York Times, they could moderate the Fathers' Houses," which fewest number of hurricanes since 1982.... the girl in the photo. They examined the scientific lit- effects of stress." includes the story of how
Before the hurricane season, the National Oceanic eventually met, agreed to erature about family cohe- The sources of that his grandparents met and Atmospheric Administration predicted between 13 be married and moved to sion and summarized his strength "have to do with and other family ftarrato 20 named storms, and between seven and 11 hur- America where their findings earlier this year: a child's sense of being tives. The New York Times ricanes. Of those, between two and six were supposed first child, Steve's dad Will, 'After a while, a surprising" part of a larger family," review of the book said to be major hurricanes, was born 97 years ago this theme emerged. The sin- says Duke. Or as Feiler put it read like "a bedtime
Thirteen named storms have formed this season. But month. gle most important thing it, "They know they belong story for the Robertses'
only two hurricanes were named. TWo is well below the Miriam became lifelong you can do for your family to something bigger than grandldds." And they annual average. And neither of those hurricanes was friends with the daughter may be the simplest of all: themselves." did not mean that as a considered major. of the shopkeeper who Develop a strong family In an essay for The Huff- compliment.
So what happened? Where is the climate-related gave her a job. And just narrative.-' ington Post, Duke added Steve's reaction was:
strife that was supposed to bedevil Florida and the a few months ago, the Feiler focused on the a critical and fascinating Guilty as charged. That's Southeast? grandson of that woman work of two Emory point: The content of exactly what I did. But
In 2005, it looked as if what some theorized was contacted Steve with a University research- family stories is not as how is that a problem? climate change related to human activity was making message: "I was going ers, Marshall Duke and' important as the process itself known through extreme weather. The nation had through a batch of family Robyn Fivush. In the late of telling them. Steve and Cokie Roberts can be seen a number of severe hurricanes, culminating in photos. I found the origi- '90s they interviewed 48 "In order to hear family contacted by email at stevecokie@ Hurricane Katrina in September 2005. Hurricane Wilma nal picture your grandfa- families, taped their din- stories," he wrote, "people gmail.com. followed and caused much damage in Florida.
Then came well, not much. ... Florida has not been
hit by a major hurricane since late 2005 ... d
Whatever the reason, perhaps it's time for believers in A re W e
"climate change" to cool their rhetoric about warming ,s
producing supercharged storms. Few people advocate emitting carbon into the atmosphere with no limits, TI-he Pope loves everyone, Christian obligation to physically
but to achieve policy goals'of carbon regulation, some rich and poor alike." perform works of mercy. "To take
climate-change believers have amped up their rhetoric ..It's safe to say that the care of the poor, to visit the impristo the extreme. above is not the most quoted line oned, to feed the hungry, to clothe
Al Gore, the symbolic leader of the climate-change from the pope's most recent-and the naked, to welcome the stranger,
alarm ringers, said earlier this year that "the fingerprint most talked about essay, Evangelii to tend to the sick," Dolan reflects.
of man-made global warming is all over" recent storms Gaudium, which includes some This is what pastors do, and what
and hurricanes. pointed criticism of late capitalism every parishioner should do, as
That's at least debatable, but the rhetoric is getting so "If we don't love the poor, and do Ki-thrynLopez well.
intense that dissent is sometimes forbidden. Look at all we can to improve their lot, we're There's a book by a bevy of
the Los Angeles Times: An opinion-page editor declared going to go to Hell," Philadelphia's "to fit (Pope Francis) into ideologi- Dominican, priests, one now an earlier this year that writers who deny evidence of man- Archbishop Chaput said in a 2011 cal and ecclesial categories." archbishop in the upper realms of made climate change will not be published. interview. In an e-book, New York The cardinal, probably consid- the Vatican. It's called "!The Love
That's just wrong. And it's not in the spirit of rational Archbishop Timothy Dolan repeat- ered leftward of some of the earlier ,That Never Ends," and it contends inquiry and debate it's a kind of religious absolutism., ed the line, seeing it as a point of bishops named, was speaking at the "that "to share in the unending love There certainly is still room to argue about the weath- 'continuity between pope Benedict start of a recent event at.George- of the triune God is the destiny of er, weather forecasts and "climate forecasts too. XVI and his successor town University, "The Pope and the every human person in Christ." This
'i'( : .... ....... -According to most church observ- Poor." The forum, presented as a ,is the pope's message.
~ I~~i'' ~ers, Chaput's oneof~the most "'con- dialogue sponsored by the new Ini It's not a political agenda -it's an
~oi..~servative" bishops in the country tiative on Catholic Social Thought evangelical one: If you have actual
j$Lb'r~t etersby ithr ailng o~Eltr, Q'R ~O F Generally that means he talks about and Public Life, was held in the hope -that there is endless mercy
Marann F,3247or axng o ~O 8?447~o~r~ "The Gospel of Life," and the neces- Shadow of,"The Gospel of Joy," a and justice for those who seek it, ~ h lr~n~ys' sity of following Catholic teachirig long papal intrachurch document that there is a redeeming love availth~rlhtzi dlVi~notpuli~ ~y lttr 8~ste~~ "" in all facets of our lives, including that echoed many themes we've able for .all, that your neighbor truly
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wildtvrfthlefradwlntbe guidance on the death penalty and Francis. joy about you,' one you're going to
I ne~'~ni'pr if~rntin cll85~~ 'immigration and, yes, poverty. It's about "loving attentiveness" want to share in service, fellowship
'K "Meanwhile, the leftist talking and talks of our obligations to life and charity. That's not condemn. heads at MSNBC have fallen all over' and marriage and even religious Ing you, to hell for having strong
/ 'IT'S ThE themselves to proclaim Francis as freedom. But you wouldn't know opinions about the priorities of the
,..^..,. ,^,., ,. one of their own. And FOX News has. that from the headlines, which are federal budget but reminding us all
Ch[.OSTCO9TO.Y..j even joined the fray, comparing the all about Obamacare, lawsuits and of the meaning of words and lives.
pope. to Obama in an op-ed posted partisan jockeying.'. Anid if you believe it that the huHENCE on the channel's website. This evasion of the pope's true man person isa bel6ved treasure of'
All this begs the question: Who message is a reminder of how the Creator- it is the perfect gift to
TUE[f is Pope Francis? Are our efforts to important communication is and bring joy to the world.
*Cll EPISO[)D neatly label him doing both the .how challenging it can be in the age
-yman and his meSsage a disservice? of Twitter and our limited attention Kathryn Jean Lopez is editor-at-large of
~Resist the temptation, cautions spans. But the effort to get beyond National Review Online, director of Catholic
.Voices USA and a consultant with the Magnificat
Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, the all that is one we' need to make. Foundation. She can be contacted at klopez@ .retired archbishop of Washington, Francis is reminding us of our nationalreview corn

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Obituaries Texas woman admits to sending ricinto Obama
James and Sikes
Funeral Home The Associated Press
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street DALLAS A Texas
Marianna, F132446
850.482.2332 woman and former actress
http://www.jamesand pleaded guilty Tuesday to
sikesfuneralhomes.com/ sending ricin-laced letters
toPresidentBarackObama
William M. and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, under
Walker a deal that her attorney
has said would cap prison
Rev. William M, "Billy" time at 18 years.
Walker, 65, of Grand Ridge Shannon Guess Richdied Tuesday, December ardson entered her plea in
10, 2013 in Marianna federal court in Texarkana,
Health and Rehabilitation. Texasi to a federal charg
Arrangements will be an- Texas, to a federal charge
nounced by James and of possessing and producSikes Funeral Home Mad- ing a biological toxin.
dox Chapel. Richardson was arrested
~ ~'~ in June after authorities
said she tried to implicate
her estranged husband, 7
Nathan Richardson, after
Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. he had filed for divorce. "
Your Local Florist and Gifts Prosecutors say Shannon ,*. 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna Richardson mailed thee
850-372-4456 letters from New Boston, outside Texarkana,
then went to police ani
claimed that her husband THEASSOCIATED PRESS
had done it. In this June,7 photo, Shannon Richardson is escorted to a Titus County sheriffs car after a courtappearance in Texarkana,
From Page lA Richardson, 35, has had Texas. Richardson has a federal court appearance scheduled Tuesday, Dec.10, in Texarkana, Texas, and is expected to plead
minor roles in the televi- guilty to sending ricin-laged letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg. baccalaureate and work- sion series "The Walking
force development. He was Dead" and the movie "The ricin. She obtained an advocating for tougher son's sentence at 18 years. non Richardson has repromoted to executive vice Blind Side." She-also is the email address, a PayPal gun control. Prosecutors say Richard- peatedly tried to blame
president this year. mother of six children shopping account and a The letter to Obama, ac- son faces life in prison for him, said John Delk,
Before coming to Chipo- including one child born post office box in her hus- cording to the document, the .charge to which she Nathan Richardson's la, Hurst served as vice prematurely while she was band's name without his read: "Whft's in this letter pleaded guilty. attorney.
president for workforce in custody this year.. knowledge, according to is' nothing compared to Curry has said that Rich- "He was. interviewed
education and academic Prosecutors say investi- the document. what ive got in store for ardson wanted to "tell the :the very first day, and he's
support at Pensacola State gators noted inconsisten- On the morning of May you mr president." government who else was been cooperative since
College. from July 2010 to cies in Richardson's state- 20, she said, she Waited for "You will have to kill me involved in those offens- Day One," Delk said. November 2011. He served ments and later learned Nathan Richardson to go and my familybefoqre you es," but declined to name Nathan Richardson has Central Alabama Commu- that she had purchased to work. get my guns," the letter anyone. In the document temporary custody' of the
nity College as the director materials online to pro- 'After 'he left the house, read. 'Anyone wants to filed Tuesday, known as couples newborn son, of workforce development duce ricin, a toxin that can I printed the mailing la- come to myhouse will get a factual resume, Rich- who is healthy'and steadiand director of the Talla-. cause respiratory failure if bels for President Barack shot in the face." ardson does not name ly growing, Delk,,said- The dega Center. Prior to that, inhaled. Obama, New York City After mailing the letters, anyone else but says that couple's divorce likely will
he served as the assistant She acknowledged in Mayor Michael Bloom- she admitted to trying to the supplies 'she ordered not be finalized unWl next dean of workforce devel- a signed plea agreement berg, and Mark Glaze with blame her husband and "were used to make ricin" year. opment at Gadsden State document filed Tuesday The Raben Group," Rich- lying to authorities. not that she made the A federal judge ultimateCommunity College. that she ordered castor ardson said in the docu- Her attorney, Tonda Cur- ricin herself. ly will sentence -Shannon
Dr. Hurst earned a doc- beans online and learned ment. Glaze is director ry, said lastmonth that she Nathan Richardson has Richardson at a later sentorate from Mississippi how to process them into of Mayors Against Illegal and prosecutors agreed to not been charged in the tencinghearing,whichhas State University in 2008, a a substance used to make Guns, Bloomberg's group a. deal capping Richard- case, even though Shan- not yet been scheduled. Master of Education from
Auburn UniversitV in 1999
and a Bachelor of Educan afrit n 9 Suit: Marine's body sent home to Pa. without heart
tion from Athens State. University in 1997.
The Associaled Press A friend told a Marine supervi- to answer questions about what
sor, who suggested more drinks happened to it or why the famPHILADELPHIA The parents instead of getting help, the law- ily received a heart belonging tq
TOYS of a Marine sergeant who died suit alleged. LaLoup, despite be- someone else.
while stationed in Greece say that ing intoxicated, was allowed to "The Greek ambassador in
From Page lA they discovered weeks after his get a weapon from an unsecured Washington has offered his conrush to bag the gifts for funeral that his body had been storage area, it said. dolences to the soldier's mother,"
giving, sent home without a heart and Government immunity pre- Failadis said.
With roughly 370 re-. that the Department of Defense vents the family from filing a Family lawyer Aaron Freiwald
quests for assistance, Perry later gave them somebody else's wrongful-death lawsuit. Their said he doesn't believe that hearts
expects A line down the heart in its place. lawsuit instead seeks damages for are typically tested for toxicology.
block when pre-approved Craig and Beverly LaLoup, emotional distress over the miss- Dr. Judy Melinek, a San Francis7
applicants come to pipk up who are suing the department, ing heart. But mostly, the family co pathologist unaffiliated with
their toys on Saturday, Dec. said Tuesday that authorities wants answers. the case, agreed it would be un21. Applicants can pick up told them 21-year-old Brian The Department of Defense usual to use a heart for toxicology
the presents between 10 LaLoup had shot himself in says it doesn't comment on pend- testing. However, she said, organs
a.m. and 2 p.m. at the old the head during a party at the THEASSOCIATEDPRESS inglitigation. are sometimes removed for furbank located on the south- U.S. Embassy compound in This photo provided by the family The LaLoups only learned their ther study especially if anything west corner of Caledonia Athens, where he worked a via attorney Aaron J. Freiwald shows son'sheartwas missingby chance. seems amiss, and laws governing
and U.S. 90. security detail. U.S. Marine Brian LaLoup who died in They were filling out paperwork how long they can be retained
If you'd still like to help The Marine was taken to an 2012 while stationed in Greece. weeks after the funeral when a vary from place to place. with this year's Toys for Athens hospital and died a few military official with the file let it The LaLoups sued the DepartTots program, there's still hours later Six days after that, he is," 'Beverly LaLoup, of Coates- slip, Beverly LaLoup said. ment of Defense along with the time. Marianna City Hall on Aug. 18, 2012, the state-run ville, said Tuesday in a phone "I was absolutely devastated," Navy, which handled the family's will have drop-off boxes hospital performed an unauthor- interview. she said. "I was hysterical. I inquiries. They ,spent months
through Friday, when po- ized autopsy, according to the Brian LaLoup, who was buried was running around the house, trying to work through adminlice Chief Hayes Baggett family's lawsuit, filed Friday in with full military honors, had hyperventilating." ,istrative channels 'but got noand staff will prepare and Pennsylvania. served in Afghanistan before be- She made a flurry of phone where, said Freiwald, who hopes
sell Brunswick stew to raise The 'LaLoups don't know what ing selected for the embassy de- calls, to the embassy, to the Ma- to learn not only what happened money for toys. happened to their son's heart. tail in 2011. He first worked in rine Corps, to the Department of to LaLoup's heart but what led to
The chief and his staff They say a heart arrived months South Africa, ichere a photograph State. the wrong one being flown to the
will sell 16-ounce cups of later and the Department of shows him with visiting first lady A spokesman for the Greek Em-. U.S. stew (with crackers) for Defense and Greek authorities Michelle Obama. He loved the bassy in Washington, D.C., said "They actually had somebody
$4 each, or you can buy a claimed it was their son's. How- Marines but was upset about a Tuesday that the heart was re- fly with (it), because this is part gallon of the special recipe ever, a months-long wait for DNA recent romantic breakup,'said the moved during the autopsy of a fallen soldier," Freiwald said. for $25. Lunch starts at 11 results proved otherwise. family's lawsuit, which seeks a "His heart was kept fortoxico- "The image of that is gruesome a.m. Friday and walk-ups "This is his heart. This is his least the minimum $75,000 for a logical tests," said spokesman and disturbing and ultimately so are welcome to the parking soul. This is what made Brian who federal claim. Christos Failadis, who declined incredibly sad."
lot between MPD and city ... .
hall.F olow us on Tech firms vie to protect personal data, profits



Twitter The Associated Press sive in their attempts Smith wrote. and is now facing a global their products.
to counter any percep- The industry's latest sal- backlash," says Daniel At stake is the trust of
SAN FRANCISCO tion that they voluntarily vo came Monday with the Castro, a senior analyst for massive online audiences
Even as Silicon Valley give the government release of an open letter to the Information Technol- that attract digital adverspeaks out against the access to users' e-mail President Barack Obama ogy and Innovation Foun- rising. As companies colU.S. government's surveil- and other sensitive and the introduction of dation, a Washington D.C. lect personal data and lance methods, technol- information, a new website calling for think tank. learn more about each
ogy companies are turn- Microsoft's general more stringent controls As part of the tech in- user's interests and habing a handsome profit by counsel, -Brad Smith, on electronic espionage. dustry's crusade, com- its, advertising becomes mining personal data and warned in a blog post The public relations panies are also going to easier to sell. The martwitter.cor/ peering into people's on- last week that the U.S. maneuver escalates a court and to Congress keting campaigns are
line habits. government's online sur- battle that Silicon Val- in an effort to force the particularly important to
Jcfloridannews The industry's profit veillance efforts "threaten ley has waged since early government to de-clas- Google, Yahoo and Facemachine has become to seriously undermine June, when media reports sify details of its online book, all of which make tarnished by revelations confidence in the secu- based on internal docu- investigations. They be- most of their money that the National Secu- rity and privacy of online ments revealed the NSA lieve data will show that, from ads. And although rity Agency trolls deep communications." had fashioned an elabo- in the past five years, in- Microsoft and Apple
into the everyday' lives "Indeed, government rate system to vacuum up formation turned over make billions from the of Web surfers. As a re- snooping potentially now some of the user data that to the government un- sale of software and desult, companies including constitutes an 'advanced U.S. technology compa- der court order has only vices, the two companies Apple, Facebook, Google, persistent threat,' along- nies collect. affected a small frac- are also hitching their
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6 missig adults, children found, alive in Nevada
.The Associated Press -below Seven Trough Peak
-.elevation 7,474 feet
RENO, Nev. -Two adults 4" in the Kamma Mountains
and four children who d stretching north across the
were stranded in sub-zero Officials wheel in two of the rshing-Huboldt countemperatures in a Nevada ty line.
monan ag frnarly children after a group of six
mountainpeople arrive at Pershing It's about 20 miles south48 hours were found alive General Hospital after being east of Black Rock Desert,
and well on Tuesday by Z L lost for two days in the frigid where the annual Burning
search crews, authorities mountains near Lovelock, Man counterculture festisaid. Nev., Tuesday, Dec. 10. val is held.
The discovery came after Most of the roads are dirt
a cellphone fOrensics team and more easily traveled
picked up a signal from the by ATVs or other off-road
missing woman's phone vehicles.
and diverted rescuers to Seven Troughs is a poputhe area. lar area for hunting chuA searcher with binocu- kars, a pheasant-sized
lars spotted the group's winter game bird.
Jeep about the same it was "So it's not the kind of
seen by'a Civil Air Patrol area where there would
crews, Civil Air Patrol Col. THEASSOCIATED PRESS be nobody around," NeTim Hahn said. wishers lined 'the street one point saw overnight social media, including a are safe!" he said. "Thank vada Department of WildA ground team then re- and broke into cheers and temperatures in the near- tweet from Nevada Gov. you to all who worked so life spokesman Chris trieved the couple and four applause when two of the by town of Lovelock dip to Brian Sandoval. tirelessly to find them!" Healy said. "But most young members of their smallest children were 16 degrees below zero. "Very glad to hear the 'The Seven Troughs area chukar hunters are smart
families, taken from an ambulance. News of their rescue missing family in Lovelock is named after a series of enough not to go out in the
Authorities said the Others in the group walked drew jubilant reactions on has been found and they -seven parallel canyons weather we have now.' Jeep had rolled over but it into the hospital on their
could not be immediately own. December 25 2013 the Floridan will
determined if the engine '"The mood where I'm Wednesday,
still worked. However, the at's ecstatic," said Hahn, publish its annual In Loving Memory page.
group was able to build a who commands the Nefire. vada Wing of the patrol, If you would like to pay tribute to a 16ved one who
Their decision to stay which deployed six planes ou have lost, send the following informationalong
with the Jeep probably to search for the group. y ra
saved their lives, said Paul "We are thrilled beyond with aphoto and payment of $18.00 to:.
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coordinator who directed About 200 people had In Loving Memory
the effort Tuesday for the scoured the wilder- do Jackson CoUnty Floridan
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that allowed them to live Intee, 25, their two chil- or drop by our office at:
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BY DUSTIN KENT mes County won its fifth Aaliyah Williams scored ond chance, and we just points each for Sneads, quarter. They could've laid dkent@jcfloridan.com straight to improve to 9-1. all 12 of her team-high kept missing easy shots,": while Chasity McGriff down when they got down The Lady Blue Devils led points for the Lady Pirates he said. "Thenwe got frus- scored 10. 20, but they battled back. The Sneads Lady Pirates by only one in the final quarter on four trated when (the Lady Blue But the Lady Pirates And it's. not like (the Lady
had their four-game win- after the first three-pointers, but Sneads Devils) they hit a couple of struggled from the field Blue Devils) pulled anyning streak snapped Mon- quarter but never got closer than the -hots and we got aggra- and the foul line for too body and we didit against
day night in Bonifay, fall- caught fire in final margin. vated and did some stupid much of the game to beat their subs. I was pleased
ing to the Holmes County the second pe- The last surge was too stuff and took some ill-ad- a Holmes County team with the way we respondLady Blue Devils 56-48. riod, knocking down four late for the Lady Pirates, vised shots we wouldn't that is ranked No. 3 in the ed in the fourth quarter, Sneads came into the three-pointers en route to who coach AndyWard said normally take. Their pres- state and appears to be but other than that there game on a roll with wins 23 points and a j2-16 half- just didn't do enough in sure bothered us a little one of the top contenders was a lot of aggravating overVernon and Gracev- time lead. 't the game's first three quar- bit, but for the most part in Class 1A. stuff."
file and two over Port St. Holmes County pushed ters to give themselves a we handled it wdll. We just "We just couldn't make Sneads will finish the Joe following the season- it out to 20 points in chance to win at the end. couldn't do anything when layups. We got some good week with a pair of road opening loss to Chipley, the third quarter before "We missed so many we got it down the floor to looks under the basket and district games, first taking but the Lady Pirates again Sneads cut into the deficit layups and we didn't box capitalize." couldn't make them,"Ward on Blountstown on Thursfell short against a District in the fourth with some out or rebound. They got Tasherica McMillon said. "But I was proud that day and Cottondale on
3 team Monday, as Hol- hot shooting of its own. second chance after sec- and Logan Neel added 11 we didn't quit in the fourth Friday








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Bobcats end Tigers' 30-game district win streak

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
r PHOTO BYLORIENABLE
MALONE After endrg six Marianna Middle School's Marke Sims (3)
straight losses to the Malone Tistraight losses to the Malone Ti- puts up a shot during a game against Roulgers over the past two seasons hacon Monday in Marianna.
including two in the District 1
championship game the Pax
ton Bobcats came into Monday's
big league contest with the Ti- BS gers looking to prove a point.
After a decisive 91-81 victory
in which they led by as many
as 18 points, it's safe to say the
Bobcats' message that they're
a legitimate 1A contender was
well-received by the Tigers.
"It's a huge win for us," Paxton d ef t d
coach Jeff Bradley said after thea game. "We've fought them hard, sa i
I %W"but we haven't been able to beat A
them since we got in this disStrict with them. They-beat us by BY DUSTIN KENT
45 points the last time we came dkent@jcfloridan.com
here, so for us to come over here
and get a win is really huge for
us." The Marianna Middle School Bullpups
The Bobcats controlled the kept their unbeaten season alive Mongame for much of the way, using day night with a 62-45 home win over a 10-3 run early in the second Chipley Roulhac, improving to 14-0 on period-to open up a double digit the year. lead, with a layup by Desmond Marke Sims and Maleak Wimes each Moore, and two free throws by scored 15 points for the Bullpups, with Andrew Howell giving thenm a Jabari Kirkland adding 11, and Deontre 38-25 halftime lead. Rhynes eight.
It was more of the same in the The Bullpups led 25-19 after a highthird quarter, as Paxton combat- scoring first quarter and extended the ed a 20-point period byMalone's margin to nine at the half and 10 in.the Chai Baker who finished with a third period. shooting and high-level execu- points in the fourth quarter, with Roultion on offense, going up 63-45 hac coming back to cut the lead to nine
after a basket by Zac Varnum at one point before one last surge by the and a three-pointer from Grant Bullpups put the game away. Stewart. "It was a good, physical game. Both
Malone finished the quarter on teams played really hard," Marianna an 8-2 run to cut the margin to 12 coach Tyler Wilson said. "We were pressgoing into the fourth where the ing them pretty good. Tigers made their biggest push "We didn't shoot it that well, but we of the game to trim the margin to were getting a lot of offensive rebounds as little as three points. and put-backs. It was a fun game to
PHOTO BY KELSEY WELCH watch."
Malone's Antwain Johnson (24) tries to finish at the basket over Paxton defenders during a game Monday night in Malone. See SNAPPED, Page 3B See BULLPUPS, Page 3B


GHS GIRLS BASKETBALL was onus setban


Poor shooting dooms Lady 'Dawgs' in loss

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkentjcfloidan con were coming back and at- that's hurting us. It's been
tacking," Brown said. that way since the start of The Marianna Lady Bull- The Lady Bulldogs the season," he said. "But
dogs suffered one of their mounted a rally in the I feel like we're building
worst shooting nights of third quarter and took a and showing progress.
the. season Monday night 29-28 lead into the fourth We're battling with teams
in Panama City, resulting period. and showing growth. We're
in a 40-37 loss to the Ar- scoreboard," Marianna But they couldn't sustain competing. nold Lady Marlins. coach Chucky Brown said, the momentum and more "I figured we would
Marianna,whichfellto2- "Defensively, we did what poor foul-shooting kept be on this level at this 7 onthe year with the loss, we needed to do. them from completing the point, but, the plan is to shot just 22 percent from "We were just miss- comeback show progress during the
the field and made only 5- ing too many easy shots Danielle Holden scored (Christmas) break so we of-20 from the free throw and free throws. The free 14 points to lead MHS, come back and play betline, with Arnold taking throws, that's our biggest with Shaniah Spellman ter when we meet up with advantage to notch its first killer right now." adding eight. these teams the second
victory of the season. Arnold led 17-8 after Marianna has now lost time around. The poor shooting he- one quarter and 26-19 at six of its last seven games "I'd rather have an uphill gated solid performances halftime, with Marianna after winning the season- battle the first half of the defensively and on the making just 10-of-41 shots opener over Cottondale, season and go full speed boards for the Lady Bull- in the game's first 16 rin- but Brown said that de- ahead downhill in the secdogs, who dominated the utes, many of them point spite that he believes his ond half and that's what PHOTOBYESTALMATTOX glass with 22 offensive re- blank put-back attempts team is on the right track. we're planning for."
bounds in the first half and that fell off the mark. "Everybody we play Marianna was scheduled G raceville's Alexis Philpot goes up for forced 24 Arnold turnovers "We just kept missing against we're playing 24 to take on Mosley on Tues.a shot during a game earlier this on 17 steals., shots, layups, put-backs ... minutes of good ball, but day night before finishing
"You look, on paper, it's we dominated the boards it's been minor things the week with another season. GHS was defeated 54-15 a game we dominated in at both ends, but we were with free throws and late- home game against West
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Heisman: Winston, Manziel, Lynch among 6 finalists


The Associated Press SEC championship game.
He is ninth in the country
NEW YORK- Jameis in rushing (124 ypg).
Winston will have plenty "When I heard the news,
of company at the Heis- I was in disbelief," Mason
man Trophy ceremony'- said in a statement.
thoughhe's not expected to "For me to be invited to
have much competition. the Heisman ceremony, I
The Florida State quar- am honored and-blessed. I
terback was among a re- couldn't have done it withcord-tying six Heisman LYNCH MANZIEL McCARRON MASON WILLIAMS WINSTON out my teammates; this is
finalists revealed Monday, an honor for all of them
a ', N THE ASSOCIATED PRESS also."
noise' Jordan Lynch, Texas Six of the nation's top players will be the finalists for the Heisman Trophy. The finalists are, from left: Jordan Lynch, Johnny ,Vrliams is the nations A&M's Johnny Manziel, Manziel, A.J. McCarron, Tre Mason, Andre Williams and Jameis Winston. leading rusher at 175 yards
Alabama's AJ McCarron, He could also become man' club by becoming was a finalist about five "This will be my first .per game -and the i6th Auburn's Tre Mason and the second freshman to the second player to win minutes before the official trip to New York City, and player in FBS to run. for Boston College's Andre. win the award. the award twice. Ohio announcement was made I can't put into words how 2,000 yards in a season.
Williams. Manziel was the first State's Archie Griffin won on ESPN by 1996 winner much it means to me," Mc- Winston's arrival as' FlorSix finalists invited to just last year. Famous Ja- the award in 1974 and '75. DannyWuerffel. Carron said in a statement ida State's starting quarterNew York for the presen- meis, like Johnny Football The Aggies' quarterback is "NYC here I come!! released by the school. back was being touted as a tation are the most since last season, is a redshirt third in the nation in total Thanks to the coaches "I am truly privileged -to major event in the spring 1994. The winner will freshman., offense with 368 yards per teammates and media re- have the opportunity to and he hassurpassed the
be announced Saturday While Winston was a game., lation couldn't of did it wt represent our team at the hype.
night. lock to be invited, the rest Lynch led No. 24 North- out them!" the record-set- Heisman ceremony. None The Alabama native
Winston is the over- of the field was muddled. ern Illinois (12-1) to within, ting senior posted. of this would be possible is on pace to break the whelming favorite to win Some contenders had late a victory of a BCS bid and McCarron completed 67 without my coaches and NCAA record for passer efthe award now that a stumbles (Manziel and has set the major college percent of his passes for teammates." ficiency rating (190.1) -and
sexual assault complaint Lynch), others (Mason and record for yards rushing 2,676 yards and 26 touch-- Mason helped No. 2 Au- has already set records against him in Tallahassee, Williams) made late, runs. for a quarterback this sea- downs for the fourth-. burn reach the BCS title for yards passing (3,820) Fla., has been closed with- Manziel will try to join son with 1,815. ranked Crimson Tfde game, running for 304 and TD passes (38) for a out charges being filed. another exclusive Heis- He. also tweeted that he (11-1).. yards and four TDs in the freshman.,,



111Biles unanimous Big 12 coach of year

The Associated Press announced Tuesday. He
got all 20 votes in balloting
Art Bril~s talked about by media members who
winning games and cham- cover the Big 12 on a regupionships when he be- larbasis.
came Baylor's coach six With a 30-10 win -over
years ago. -Texas on Saturday to close
Back then, the Bears out 64 seasons at .Floyd
hadn't managed a win- Casey Stadium before
ning record in their first 12 moving into a $260 milseasons in the Big 12, and lion' campus stadium next
those sure seemed like fall, the Bears clinched
lofty goals, their first outright title in
They are a reality now, any league since the 1980
with the Big 12 champion Southwest Conference L
Bears (11-1) headed to the championship.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fiesta Bowl to play UCF That team had Mike SinTexas head coach Mack Brown hasn't made any decisions on on Jan. 1 in their first Bowl gletary and Walter Aberhis future to this point. Championship Series crombie playing for coach
R game. Grant Teaff.
"You have the plan and This is the first 11-win
R eportd in the vision and you love to season in school history,
see it come to fruition. If it and the sixth-ranked Bears
does, it makes you look like are making four consecuyou knew what you were tive bowl appearances for
talking aboui" Briles said. the first time.
"We don't feel like we're at They are 29-9 over a THEASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press And, no decisions have the mountaintop, though. three-season span that Art Briles has done great-things for the Baylor football probeen made." We're still striving to be a began in 2011 with Rob- gram since arriving in 2008.
AUSTIN, Texas Texas Joe Jamail, Brown's long- respectable program year ert Griffin III winning the
Athletic Director Steve Pat- time friend and attorney, in and year out. ... That'll HeismanTrophy. 35-101 ov rall in that span in a 12-game conference terson says no 'decision told The Associated Press never change.". When Briles .arrived in' withfourdifferentcoaches. losing streak, only a.few
has been'made about the on Tuesday: "Mack Brown Briles was the unani- Waco, the private'school The Bears were routinely,, seasons removed from a future of Longhorns coach has not resigned." He says mouse pick for the AP's Big had won only 11 of its'96 at the bottom of the stand- record 29co'nsecutiveb.Big Mack Brown. Brown's" future with Texas is 12 coach of the year award Big 12 games and were ings and were then mired '12 losses.
Texas released a state- still up to the coach. A
ment by Patterson several Homs247.com, a Texas
hours after Orangebloods. recruitingwebsite, reported Sports Briefs
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Mason plays himself to New York Stanford seniors
The Associated Press htsd that look in his eyes. formance in the Georgia C
We weren't going to take Dome came a week after to cap In
AUBURN, Ala. Au- him out unless he took the 5-foot-10, 205-pound burn coaches kept check- himself out." Mason ran 29 times for
ing on the sidelines: How Mason delivered as 164 yards against Alais lre? promised. The junior bama's normally unyield- 4 th B C S bow l
Carly after carry, touch- tailback carried Auburn ing defense.
down after touchdown, (12-1) to a national title Delivering on those The Associated Press State (12-1) on Jan. 1.
Tre Mason tirelessly. shot against Florida State huge stages, carried into The remarkable run has
demonstrated in the with 46 rushes 304 yards, the national spotlight a STANFORD, Calif. beenledbyninefifthyear
Southeastern Conference four touchdowns and two tailback often overshad- When Shayne Skov com- seniors Skov and fellow
championship game Heisman poses. owed in the SEC by play- mitted to Stanford in the linebackers Rent Murphy
against Missouri that he He.alsoearnedhimselfa ers like Georgia's Todd fall of 2007, he figured and Jarek Lancaster, decould handle the load trip to NewYork as one of Gurley and ilabama's T.J. just making a bowl game fensive ends Ben Gardner
for the second-ranked six Heisman lRophy final- Yeldon. C would make for a suc- and Josh Mauro, fullback:
Tigers. ists,joiningtailbackAndre "He's one of the" best cessful college career. Ryan Hewitt, right guard
"lRe hadthat look on Williams (Boston College) players in college foot- The Cardinal were com- Kevin Danser, center
his face," Auburn coach and quarterbacks Jamneis ball, there's no, doubt," ing off a 1-11 season. KhalilWilkesandnning
Gus Malzahn said. "In' Winston (Florida State), Malzahn said. They finished 4-8 and 5- back Tyler Gaffrey- who
between series, I'd go ask AJ McCarron .(Alabama, But Mason had largely 7 in Jim Harbaugh's first will forever -be among
him, .'You OK?' He said, Jordan Lynch (Northern floated under the nation- THEASSOCIATED PRESS two years before going those credited with turn'Coach, keep giving it to Illinois) and Johnny Man- al radar,, and was only a Tre Mason dazzled his way Into the 8r5 in Skov's. freshman ing the program into a me. We're going to win the ziel (Tex s A&M). preseason second-team Heisman conversations with his. season in 2009, including powerhouse. SEC championship.' He That marathon per- All-SEC pick. SEC title performance. a loss to Oklahoma in the "There has not been a
Sun Bowl. class like this in the histo"I just remember being ry of the school," Stanford
ecstatic that we were bowl coach David Shaw said.
C ws eligible and able to go to a "It's a, testament to,
bowl game," Skov said. "I those guys, to come in
think that the key thing and have their mind set
The Associated Press bowl games from 2006-08. is we've maintained that on doing something that
"Our vision is to win same hunger. Nobody on people said they couldn't
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. championships here," this team takes anything do. And every time a
Dave Clawson is eager Clawson said. "I think if for granted. I think we challenge came up, these
to start his next rebuilding. you set your goal anything have that same desire. In- guys wouldn't back down.
project at Wake, Forest. lower than being a chan- stead of becoming com- They ran straight at it.
Clawson was introduced pion, then you're setting placent, we've become They locked arms and ran
Tuesday as the Demon the standard too low.... We hungrier. The standard straight at it together.".
Deacons" coach and said know it's going to take a lot for ourselves has become The group came to
the job is "truly a dream of vork. We have to get the higher and higher." Stanford because it become true." right peopleonboard ...but Nobody has set the lieved in the foundaAthletic director Ron I believe wholeheartedly standard higher than tion Harbaugh built. It
Wellman said "we have that can be done at Wake the Cardinal's current has been raised to even
a winner" in Clawson, Forest, and we will workre- seniors. greater heights in Shaw's
who comes from Bowling lentlessly toward that goal No. 5 Stanford (11-2) is first three seasons. The
Green, until it is accomplished." -- the only program to make players have enjoyed big
The 46-year-old Clawson Clawson will have to re- After Wake Forest's fifth straight losing season, Dave Clawson a BCS bowl the last four highs, overcome setbacks faces a- tough job at Wake build much of the roster. steps in as new head coach and hopes to rebuild the program. years. The twice-reigning such as Skov's seasonForest, which it coming Most of the key players Pac-12 champions, who ending left knee injury
off its fifth straight losing from this year's 4-8 season Clawson was the succes- Illinois in the Mid-Ameri- also are the only team to in 2011 and withstood season. including, quarterback sor to David Cutcliffe as can Conference champi- win at least 11 games in a coach and quarterback
His hiring caps a week- Tanner Price, receiver Mi- Tennessee's offensive co- *onship game last week. each of those years, will change.
long search for Jim Grobe's chael Campanaro and ordinator in 2008 when he The win over the Huskies go for a second straight "The best family you replacement. The 2006 AP nose tackle NikitaWhitlock left for Duke. earned Bowling Green its Rose Bowl victory When could as* for in a football
national coach of the year -- were seniors. Turnarounds seem to be third postseason appear- they face No. 4 Michigan team," said Gaffney.
stepped down Dec. 2 after Making things tougher, Clawson's specialty. ance in his five years there, a 13-year stay that includ- Wake Forest shares -the He rebuilt the FCS pro- and his record with the Faled the best three-year run Atlantic Division with No. grams at Fordham and cons was 32-31. in school history. 1 Florida, State, which 'is Richmond, leaving behind "He leaves that program 11p Wilson said it has been a
Clawson called Wake headed to, the BCS tile the core of the Spiders as a champion," Wellman great season for his playForest "a special place" and game, plus No. 12 Clem- team that won the 2008 na- said. IFIF ers, who have survived a
says when the job came son and starting next year, tonal title. At each of those He will not coach the From Page lB busy and sometimes gru,pen, last week, he hoped No. 18 Louisville, which schools, he was chosen Falcons against Pittsburgh eling schedule.
to be considered for if. replaces Big Ten-bound as the national coach of in the Little Caesars Pizza With the win, the "We've battled all year.
But the. past five years Maryland. the year in what was then Bowl. Bullpups moved to with- We've had three games
have, been mostly lean And, the Demon Qea- called Division I-AA. Bowling Green elevated in two wins of a perfect almost every week, so
ones for the Demon Dea- cons'annual cross-division Most recently, he led special teams coordinator season. by the end of the week
cons; who have reached the opponent is Duke, which Bowling Green (10-3) to and tight ends coach Adam, Marianna was sched- they're deaddog-tired, but postseason only once since won the Coastal Division. an upset of previously un- Scheier' to interim head uled to take on Honey- they're pushing through reaching three straight and, coincidentally, beaten and then-No. 16 N. coach. suckle Middle School out with wins," he said.
of Dothan out of Dothan "This is a really good
at home Tbesday night squad. There's a lot of size
That gave Carnley two the case in seasons past. biggest win of the season before going to Dothan and talent on this team Snanneu technical free throws in- "We talked about that at thus far, winning their for a rematch Thursday and I look forward to
RL AL addition to the three for halftime. We knew that run eighth straight game and Whatever the outcome watching them in the futhe shooting foul, with the was coming," the coach dealing the Paxton Lady of the last two games, ture, that's for sure." senior guard making 4-of- said. Bobcats their. first loss of
A beautiful reverse layup 5 foul shots to make it 83- "We knew we had them the season Monday night r
resulting in a three-point 75 with 1:58 to play. sort of shell-shocked early at home 57-42 behind 32 A. play by Baker made it 65- The Bobcats made 8-of- on, but they were going points from senior center 57 and Johnson, who was 10 free throws after that to make a run. It was just Curteeona Brelove.
-plagued by foul trouble in to close out the game and about how we would han- Brelove scored 14 points, at., Dec. 14 6 pm the first half, came alive move to 8-0 on the season dle it. in the first quarter to lift un., Dec. 15 6 pm
with' a three-point play of amd 3-0 in district play. "You don't know what the Lady Tigers to a 16-4 his own and two more driv- For the Tigers, the loss to expect' when you come lead, with Malone taking ing layups to cut the lead dropped them to 7-1 and here because they're so a 33-18 edge into the halfto 70-67 with five minutes 6-1 in league play 'and talented and Baker and time break.' remaining. 'snapped" a remarkable Johnson are so 'explosive Paxton rallied back in ~ ,.
But Paxton answered 30-game district winning and there is so m uch tradi- the third quarter with a". '''* '
with a deep three-pointer streak. fiton here,: It's a hard place 15-4 run to get it to 37-33
by Austin Carnley to dou- '.Malone coach Steven to play, so for us to win like with 1.10 left in the period, ble the margin on 'the fol- Welch said that he was this in this klnd of environ- but consecutive baskets. lowing possession, with a proud of his team for fight- ment, I was very proud of by Brelove sparked a 9-0 Ta l~ Ha-Iz.1'wax'elii basket by Moore and two' ing back to get close in the my'kids."' Malone run that led to aL S
.free throws by Carnley ex- fourth quarter, but there Carnley had 24 points 13-point lead with just un- ~
tending the lead to 77-'68. just wasn't enough ,gas left .to lead the Bobcats, with- der seven minutes to play. AnotherjumperbyCarn- .in' the.>tank to finish 'dhe Stew art adding 23, Moore 'Brelove' added .seven S
ley put the Bobcaits back, c0,meback. "* '17, and William ,Anderson more points in the fourth" up 10 with 3:10 to play, but .. "We had to spend a lot 16, while Johnson added 'quarter, including a' back- F r.""E" "
Malone responded, with of energy to get back in it. 18 points for Malone, with breaingthree-pointer that back-to-back: t1'1ree-point- Chaihaid to play all,32 min-' Bailey scoring nine, and made it 50-36 with 4:08 re- f J~' ers by Xavier Gray and, utes and he was on fumes Chancellor Lockett eight. maining in the game. F '
Alonze Bailey to make, it a late," the coach said. "But 'Lady Tigers earn big 'AliciaJaclson alsq scoredIe P od i
four-point game with 2:10' you have to give Paxton district win 13'point~ fdr Malone, while on the clbck. 'credit. They came into our The Malone Lady Tigers Bethany. Neale led Paxton a in i 85 4 2 3 3
However, the game. gym and;.scored 9:1 points, picked up -perhaps their with 21 points.. turned back irn Paxton's I'm' not sure exactly what '" favor for good on the en- we've been giving up here, ,."suing possession, as Can- but I know it's nowhere S 3
ley was fouled on a three- near that."
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Bills sticking with Manuel

The Associated Press

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y
Bills coach Doug Marrone is maintaining his
faith and patience in EJ
Manuel despite the rookie
quarterback's latest dud.
"He has the ability to do
it," Ma*rrone said Monday
There's ,no doubt in nmy
mind." .
That doesn't mean Mar
rone is anywhere close to
being satisfied with ManSuel's development, and
the lack of consistency THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
the first-roundpick out of Doug Marone is maintaining his'patience in Manuel, bt the r i l THEASSOCIATEDPRESs Florida State has shown question if for how long.
Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins are currently on the outside looking in, butare only in failing to sting togethone spot back from the playoffs. er one good outing after he was the culprit, it would ceptions came on passes
Pt another. be easy for me to say we'd that glanced off receivers'
"Do I want to be stand- go ahead and pull him and hands. Protection was an
.A 1ning here today having to put another quarterback issue, with Manuel being go through these pains of in there. I don't have any sacked seven times. 3"what's going on? Absolute- problem with that," Mar- The running game
wseeK o howdoWns ly not," he said. rone said. "But at the end usually the Bills' strength
"But I've learned over of the day, we need to make was relatively non-exTheAssociatedPress on the AFC North title. turned. Gronkowski had the years that this is the' sure that people around istent in managing a sea"That's all we've got to do. 37 catches for 560 yards stuff ou go through. And him are doing what they're son-low 67 yards and led Cincinnati Bengals cor- Win out and let everything in six games, the most by you have to just put your supposed to do." by Manuel, who scrambled
nerback Adam "Pacman" else take care of itself." an NFL tight end. They're head down and just keep Two of Manuel's inter- five times for 29yards. Jones knows how it goes Every other contender back to trying to reach working."
this time of the season, is saying the same thing. the playoffs without him, Manuel's performance with so much at stake for Easy to say, tough to do. facing a Miami (7-6) team is under the microscope so many teams. Givern the league's unpre- tied with Baltimore (7- a day after a 27-6 loss at
Division titles. Wild card dictable nature, there are 6) for the final wild card Tampa Bay that pushed berths. Home field ad- going to be a lot of upsets slot. The Ravens beat the the Bills (4-9) to the brink vantage. All those wacky and unforeseen plot twists Dolphins 26-23 on Oct. of extending the NF'S longames decided in down- in the next three weeks. 6 for the head-to-head gest active playoff drought
pours, blizzards and PATRIOTS AT DOLPHINS, tiebreaker, to 14 consecutive seasons.
domes have set the stage Sunday, Dec. 15: New BEARS AT EAGLES, Sun- In dropping to 3-6 on
for deciding the NFLplay- England (10-3) leads the day, Dec. 22: The game the season, and 1)-4 on the off field in the next three AFC East and currently 'has been flexed to Sunday road, Manuel went 18 of33 weeks. And right now, has the No. 2 seed, a game night because of its signif- for 184 yards while throwSthat field is about as clear ahead of Cincinnati (9-3). icance. Philadelphia (8-5) ing four interceptions to as a wintery afternoon in But the Bengals beat has won five in a row, in- double his season total. Philadelphia. them during the season, cluding that snowy 34-20 He led an offense that
Denver, Indianapolis so Cincinnati would be victory over Detroit last managed a season-low and Seattle are the only No. 2 if they end tied. It'll Sunday, to take sole pos- 214 yards, converted just teams that have clinched be New England's first session of first place in the one of 11 third-down opplayoff berths with three game since losing tight NFC East, a game ahead .portunities and crossed weeks left. end Rob Gronkowski of Dallas. Chicago's 45-28 midfield just three times.
And the conferences' again, this time to a knee win over Dallas on Mon- "He did not play well," playoff seeds are still wide injury. The Patriots went day night left the Bears Marrone said. open. 5-1 without him at the and Lions tied at 7-6 atop And yet when it came to
"If we just win out, we'll start of the season, but the NFC North. Many laying blame, the coach be OK," said Jones, whose their offense picked up playoff implications all noted there was plenty to Bengals are closing in measurably when he re- around in this one. go around in a game where
very little went right for a
young team showing signs
Gronkowski n Iwith knee injofregressingin having lost
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The Associated Press that ensures a third season for sitting Griffin in favor of possible to develop an allof double-digit losses in backup Kirk Cousins, Sha- around game.
ASHBURN, Va. Mike the coach's four seasons in nahan repeatedly pointed Asked if Griffin is healthy
Shanahan, still for now the Washington. out that Griffin has been now, Shanahan said: "I
coach of the Washington "You always want to come sacked 24 times in the last thihk he's 100 percent.
Redskins, made a surpris- back. I love these guys," five games. He also noted I think he's feeling very
ing reversal Monday and Shanahan said. "What'll that Griffin missed this good."
said he might bench a "100 happen at the end of the year's offseason practices The tension was palpable
percent" healthy Robert season, we'll get a chance, while recovering from ma- throughout Shanahan's
Griffin III for the rest of the Dan and I, to sit down andR jor knee surgery, a reason news conference, which
sesonto keep the quarter- decide he'll make the often cited for Griffins also included him debunkbak from getting hurt. '%L final decision on what's struggles a year after win- ing a report that he cleaned
Shanahan 'essentially the best interest of the ning the NFL's offensive out his office in advance of
declared it might be more Washington Redskins. I'll rookie of the year award. January's playoff loss to the
benefieal for Griffin to get give my opinion and what "We're talking about his Seattle Seahawks.
offseason snaps in May I think, and obviously he'll 'THE SSOCIATED PRESS health," Shanahan said. "It would take me two
rather than game experi- make the final decision." Head coach Mike Shanahan may be questioning the future of "I want to make sure he's minutes to clean out myofence over the next three Shanahan said he has a RGIII this season, but his own future might be in jeopardy as 'healthy. I think that's the fice," Shanahan said. "I've weeks. The -coach, for the "good relationship" with well, most important thing go- got two notebooks and I've
first time, then explicitlyleft Snyder and spoke with the best friend. I want to make son, and Shanahan said he ing into the offseason, that got an iPad. When .1 hear open the possibility that he owner on Monday. The him the best quarterback hasn't discussed the pos- he has his first full offsea- different things like that, I might not return next year, coach didn't go into detail possible."' sible benching with Griffin son being healthy. And if just shake my head.".
saying his future will be de- about the conversation A team spokesman said and won't do so until after he did play, and something Such bizarre days have cided after he meets with otherthanto sayitinvolved Snyder was not available making a final decision on happened to him, I think become standard fare' for owner Dan Snyder at the Griffin. for comment. Wednesday. it would set out franchise the Redskins under Snyend of the season. "He asked me about my Nevertheless, Shanahan On Sunday when asked back." der. The..team' is 104-133
Shanahan's departure relationship with Rob- has increasingly appeared if he had any doubts he .Shanahan has previ- in the regular season since appears more likely than ert," Shanahan said. 'And to be the odd man'out would start the upcoming ously insisted that Griffin he, bought the team in ever after the Redskins (3- I said I was his coach, his in the triangle of owner, game against the Atlanta would remain the starter if 1999, and Shanahan is his 10) were embarrassed 45- head football coach, and coach and quarterback. Falcons, Griffin replied: healthy because. the quar- seventh coach in 15 sea10 by Kansas City Chiefs on not necessarily his best Shanahan and Griffin have "No, thats not an issue." terback needed as much sons. Shanahan is 24-37in Sunday, a fifth straight loss friend, don't need to be his publicly clashed this sea- In discussing the 'reasons regular 'season work as Washington.



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The Associated Press case scenario for players l
who pass their post-con- Stanford go on
ENGLEWOOD, Colo.- cussion tests early in the-i urd" re r e
Wes Welker is unlikely to 'week is to return to light
suit up for Denver's game practice Thursday, full Thursday against'San Di- practice Friday and be :
ego after leaving Sunday's listed as probable for the The Ass2ciated Press agent cornerback 'Justin
win over Tennessee with game. Rogers, and signed safety
his second concussion in Welker' will be' under DAVIE, Fla. Miami Michael Thomas off the
four games. more' scrutiny because Dolphins cornerback San Francisco 49ers' prac'Speaking to reporters this is his second concus- Dimitri Patterson has been tice squad. Rogers started
Monday, coach John Fox sion since Nov. 17. placed on the reserve- the first five games this
didn't rule out his' re- -On Sunday, he was injured list because of a year with Buffalo and
ceiver but said Welker's going low to catch, a groin injury that has both- played in one game with
health 'is the top priority pass when Titans safety ered him since September. the Houston Texans before
and he would go through George Wilson hit him in Reserve cornerback R:J. they waived him Nov. 28.
the standard NFL proto- the helmet. Stanford Also went on the Patterson played in six
col for players who have Fox said he hadn't reserve-injured list Tues- games this season and hadendured concussions. watched a replay, so he -day with a right leg injury., four interceptions. He ag"The league is pretty couldn't give his opinion The moves end the season gravated his groin injury
strict," Fox said. "We're about the hit. for both players. during Sunday's win at
obviously concerned with "These things hap- The Dolphins signed free Pittsburgh.
any player's health, what- pen. You don't like to see
jverthat is." them happen," Fox said. -'''
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Manning showing up critics Petersons injury

The Associated Press dropped passes and get- loss to Baltimore in the "I like him pretty much ei- top s list in loss
ting into some heated playoffs and last month's ther way." ENGLEWOOD, Colo. discussions with offensive loss at New England de- Despite what he had to
Even after coming in from coordinatorAdam Gase on. feats that coach John Fox say on the radio, Manning The Associated Press "Nothing new to me. the cold, Peyton Manning the bench after the Bron- pointed out last week was more diplomatic on So if that's the case, I'll be
was hot. cos had trouble finishing shouldn't be pinned on the podium in his post- EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. ready," Felton said.
Following one of the off drives. Manning given the blun- game news conference Adrian Peterson and But wait, there's more:
best cold-weather perfor- Manning said it was just ders committed by others. when asked if he had tried the Minnesota Vikings -'Right guard Brandon manes by a quarterback the fire the burns in both of "I thinkthe betterhe con- to silence critics of his have returned from. a Fusco, quiin the past decade, Man- their bellies and "we were tinues to play in the cold, I cold-weather play Sun' painful road trip. etly having
ning issued an icy retort both frustrated when we're think the less chatter there day when the Broncos be- Not only did the Vikings a solid year, for all his critics who say down there close and have will be. about that," Fox came the first team since lose the lead Sunday in hurt his
he, crumbles in the cold. to settle for a field goal." said'Monday.. "I was asked the 1970 merger to top Baltimore three times in knee in the He had a salty response. They wanted touch- about that before and af- 50 points three times in a the fourth quarter in- first quarter
to his critics during a post- downs to quiet the critics ter. I'm just really, glad he's season., cluding twice in the final and didn't
game interview with Bron- who had been eager to onour side!.I don't care "Yeah, I wasn't trying to 90 seconds then saw r e t u r n.
cos' flagship radio station see how Manning would about the weather" answer it, because I didn't their star running baek Peterson Joe Berger KOA in Denver following 'handle temperatures in Asked'if he likes it.when give it validation in the and several other players. filled in. the Broncos' 51-28 dis- the teens. his quarterback who's first place," Manning said. suffer significant injuries Tight end John
mantling of the Tennessee After all, going into Sun- 174-83 'in his career re- "We had a good plan and I during the loss. Carlson left in the third Titans on Sunday. day's game he had a 3-7 gardless -,of whether, the thought we threw the ball This excruciating sea- quarter because of a
This after lecturing record in freezing temps, mercury. rises or falls well and guys caught the son only has three weeks concussion. Starter Kyle his receivers when they including last year's home gets fired up, Fox Said, ball well." left. Rudolph, who broke, his
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'through the Vikings lock- believed to be progresser room with a boot on his ing toward a return, but
right foot Monday on his the Vikings placed him on
way to get a CT scan. X- season-ending injured rerays previously reveal d serve Monday.
no broken bones. Peter- Cornerback Xavier
son said the medical staff Rhodes sprained his ankle
has ruled out the type of in the fourth quarter and
Lisfranc injury that can was using crutches after
keep a player sidelined the game. Cornerback
for months, rather than Josh Robinson. isn't ready
weeks. He also said he to return from his broken
had minimal swelling the sternum, so if Rhodes is
day after the game. out this week theavailable
Though he said he's still cornerbacks after Chris
sore, Peterson said he's ex- Cook will be Marcus Sherpecting to play this week- els, safety Robert Blanton
end against Philadelphia. and Shaun Prater.
"Nothing is torn. That's Also, the Vikings dealways good," he said. cided not to add wide reCoach Leslie Frazier ceiver Greg Childs to the
said the Vikings need to active roster. He'll stay
see how severe the injury on the physically unable
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS is before determining the to perform list, still yet to Raiders tight end Mychal Rivera (81) loses his helmet after being hit by Titans smety Michael Griffin in Oakland, Calif. Griffin status of their franchise play in an NFL game two was penalized on the play and served a one-game suspension for the hit. player. seasons after tearing the
Backup Toby Gerhart, patellar tendon in both
i a dlly who ran 15 times for 89 knees during an injury in
yards and one of the those training camp last year.
go-ahqad touchdowns, Quarterback Christian
hurt his hamstring and Ponder passed'his post7
left the game. Matt Asiata concussion tests and will
is next on the depth chart. be cleared to practice and
Fullback Jerome Felton play this week. Frazier
tpdidejt hesitate to declare said he. hasn't decided his candidacy for carries, who will start against the
either. Eagles.

The Associated Press absorbing the other 15 "No doubt," Packers cor- $100,000 fine largest in
blows. nerback Tramon Williams league history for on-field /4 i a a I X cy z(
Almost once a game, an The numbers can be in- said. "Guys are still get- conduct for his Week 2 Companion Animal* Medicine & Surgery NFL player absorbs an il- terpreted a variety of ways ting penalized for clean low block on John Sullivan ,,. .
legal blow to the head or The league declined shots, getting fined for of the Vikings during an inneck that could put his ca- comment, though it made clean shots, and there's terception return. We Appreciate the Citizens of-,,-,,
reer or worse at risk. a statement of sorts in the no other explanation to it Whateverthemixedmes- Jackson County and your su'pipot. The NFL.has been try- offseason when it decided Just like they're holding us sages, the NFL appears sating to prevent such blows against the 5 percent hike accountable for trying to isfied with the way players 2909 efferson Street*850. over the past four years, in minimum fines, as al- make that right hit, they've are adjusting to the rules, targeting improper tech- lowed for in the union got to hold themselves ac- given the league's decision nique arid making a point contract, after determin- countable for making the not to raise fine amounts. to penalize and fine play- ing players were adjusting right calls on the field, and Total fines issued by the ers for hits that leave them, to the rules. making the right decision NFL have declined by 32
and their opponents vul- A sentiment among the on who to fine and how -percent from 2009 to 2012 Broker/Owner
nerable,Yet an Associated players the AP spoke to much to fine." (668 to 451) and also dePress review of penalties -on offense was that they True to the defenders' creased 4.5 percent be- (850) 2094705 cell
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The AP reviewed 549 ning back Chris Johnson, with only 69 going against declined 46.4 percent since Sunny SUth 4Maranna, F
penalties, 491 of which. they know that "some- the offense. 2009 (114 to 61). 9- u Sout M89F
fell. -under the category times you just can't control Similarly, penalties for All of which points to a smArTER BOLDER .sT. Properties (850) 526-2891 of major infractions: un- where you hit somebody." low hits, which many safer game _- but a game necessary roughness, un- Defensive players ac- thought would rise when that nevertheless, at least ...a sportsmanlike conduct, knowledged they have to defenders were forced to on average, puts at least roughing the passer, face *do their part to rake the focus away from the head one player in jeopardy in )
masks and roughipg the game safer. and neck, were relatively every game in every staquarterback. "The face mask, that's low only 35. That small dium everyThursday, Sun- .. .
Of the penalties charted -going to happen. The pass number .included illegal day and.Monday.
over the first 162 games of interference, those things cuts, chop and peelback "It's a warrior game," the season, the AP identi- are going to happen. The blocks against the of- said Broncos defensive Seilzn nSotTr eailtto
fled 156 involving contact stupid fouls, hitting the fense for hits on defenders tackle Kevin Vickerson, on with the head and neck quarterbacks late arid do- -penalties the defensive .injured reserve' after suf- l.
an average .of .962 per ing all the other stuff we've players argue are called far fearingg a dislocated hip on a game. Of those, 38 were done; we have to eliminate too rarely and put their ca- play in which four players -~'" for head-wrenching face it," said Titans safety Ber- reers at as much risk as the took turns blocking him,. *. *s
masks, 25 were for horse nard Pollard, who has been above-the-shoulder hits. both high and low. "You're collars and 93 were for hits fined $62,000 this season. The NFL still makes a big going to have collisions. W N
to the head. Quarterbacks But the defenders also re- splash out of suspensions You're going to have those
(40) and receivers .(38) iterated a long-held belief and fines levied under the injuries. You just try to do hits almost. equally with ferent standard than their players. Ndamukong Suh, and play within the rules t l players at other positions, offensive counterparts, a multiple offender, got a they set."





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