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Vol 90 No. 270

Two McDonald's change hands, Disturbance at.'Ten Buck

another to close on Thursday To'eadsto
2 arrests
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER attributed to the Operations Manager Jill Ferrier, McDonald's From staff report
The new year gets off to a commented briefly on the clorocky start for some McDonald's sure. "We thank the Marianna A Saturday night fight spills
employees in Marianna; the Mc- community for many years of into the parking lot of a MariDonald's in the Crossroads shop- great memories at this restau- anna business, where a separate
ping plaza will shut down on Jan. rant, and are very mindful of incident leads to the arrest of a
2,2014. OnMonday, representa- the impact this difficult busi drunk driver.
tivesofanotherMcDonald'sfran- ness decision will have on the On Dec. 29, at approximately
chisee were at the Crossroads restaurant's emplQyees. We ap- 1:08 a.m., officers
shopping plaza, helping the em- preciate the efforts of our valued with the Marianna
ployees'there fill out paperwork crew members and: are finding Police Department
in hopes that they can land jobs opportunities for them at othet DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN FILE and the Jackson
at one of the owner's restaurants McDonald's restaurants. The This McDonald's restaurant in the Crossroads shopping plaza will close County Sheriff's in nearby counties. for business on Jan. 2, while the two other McDonalds in Marianna Office responded
On Tuesday, in a quote See MCDONALD'S, Page 3A officially came under neviw ownership Monday. to a fight in progGreen ress located at
Ten Buck Two,
located at 3293
....aUpon arrival,
two MPD officers
contacted an individual in the parkPayne ing lot who was
a attempting to encite a fight. According to an MPD
press release, officers warned
the subject, identified as Devin
Spense Green, 25, of Dothan,
See ARRESTS, Page 3A

Robber sought,

i :neighborhood

put on alert
-Authorities continue searching
.for the masked man who, armed
'with a rifle, robbed a victimafter athe individual entered his dwelling on Cedar Street in Marianna.
faAccording to a press release from the Marianna Police De- partment and information from
MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN FILE PHOTO MPD Police Chief Hayes Baggett, A cardinal rests on a branch near its family's nest at Florida Caverns State Park in this Floridan file photo. the robber entered through an
unlocked door shortly after the
W threatened the victim with the
Florida State Parksto host it Day cHikesmarrived home. Thethief
rifle and obtained money from
his wallet, and to some extent
Ring inthe new year Park Service is proud to host more than these hikes, offering educational comn- ransacked the dwelling.
48 events around the state. mentary along the way. Start times will The robber is described as a
with a hike at a State Park "I encourage Florida families and visi- vary by park. Please check the park's black man of medium build,
tors to begin 2014 in our state parks and event page for details. The events will weighing approximately 200 Special to the Floridan enjoy the natural world around you," take place:
said Donald Forgione, Florida Park Ser- See ROBBER, Page 3A
The Florida Department of Environ- vice Director. "Join others across Florida Northwest Florida mental Protection's Florida Park Service for a First Day Hike as part of a healthy ))Florida Caverns State Park, Marianne. invites the public to get back to nature in lifestyle." ))Torrpya State Park, Bristol.
the newyear by participating in First Day In October, the lorida State Parks Sys- ))Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park, Hikes 2014 onWednesday, Jan. 1. tem won its third Gold Medal of Excel- Tallahassee. arrested
First Day Hikes offer individuals and lence from the National Recreation and nSt. Andrews State Park, Panama City. families an opportunity to begin the New Parks System. This makes Florida the ,T.M. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Penin- 1
Year rejuvenating and reconnecting with first three-time gold medal award recipi- sula State Park, Port St. Joe. after nom e
the outdoors by taking a healthy hike on ent. Since 1935, the Florida Park Service )Big Lagoon State Park, Pensacola. Jan..1 at a state park. First Day Hikes are has provided recreational activities while )Blackwater River State Park, Holt. aimed at getting people'outside to exer- preserving, interpreting and restoring ))Dr. Julian G. Bruce St. George Island SearcheG cise, enjoy nature and welcome the new natural and cultural resources. year with friends and family. The Florida Park staff and volunteers will guide See HIKES, Page 3A From staff reports

A Jackson County Sheriff's Of.... . . .. . .. fice search led to the arrest of two
Grand Ridge -people in Marianna last week.
On- Dec. 23, JCSO officers cone ducted a sienlec on
Driver and passenger charged in meth find ducted a consensual sidearch at
Marianna, in refFrom staff reports -- Department. for a search of the search, 1.6 grams of erence to an ongoThe driver of the red vehicle. However, police methamphetamine were 3ing investigations.
Two Grand Ridge Toyota pickup was iden- were able to conduct a found in the glove box A press release,
men were arrested and tied as Matthew Carl probable cause search of the truck, authorities from the agency
charged with possession Shuff, 28. Police say anyway after a Florida reported. Peterson indicates that the
of a controlled substance. -he was pulled over last Highway Patrol canine Shuff and his 41-year- search ofthehome
after some metham- Friday, because he was was deployed and alerted old passenger, Douglas revealed several items of drug
phetamine was found Harrison Shuff not wearing a seat- to the presence of nar- Adam Harrison, were paraphernalia, a small amount
in the glove box of the belt. During the traffic cotics, according to the arrested and charged of methamphetamine and
truck the~ were travel- press release from stop, police say, Shuff release. with possession of a conling in, according to a the Marianna Police refused to give consent During the subsequent trolled substance. See SEARCH, Page 3A

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JACKSON COUNTY Co 0 n,ty Calendar

F L O R ID A N TUESDAY, DEC. 31 All students and their parents are welcome. Players ) Sewing Circle- p.m. at Jackson County Senior
) Jackson County Public Library-will be closing of all skill levels including beginners are welcome. Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna.. Call Publisher Valeria Roberts at 6 p.m. Call 693-0473. 482-5028. ) Pinochle Club Meeting)- 9:30 11:30 am ) Celebrate Recovery- 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship )) Employability Workshop-2:30 p.m. Marianna
Circulation Manager-: Dena Oberski Ascension Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 3975 Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in MariannaAdUlt One.Stop Career Center. "Top 10 Job SearchTips" is
ircio cor n U.S. 90, Marianna. Everyone invited. Call 482-6132. and teen meetingsto "overcome hurts, habits and the workshop. It is free and open to the public. The
doberski@jcfloridan hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational
) Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior 209-7856,573-1131. Career Coach. Visit' to register
CONTACT US Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call *Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 for these informative workshops.
Telephone: 8504526-3614 p.m. in the AA room of'First United Methodist ) Marlanna City Commission Meeting 6
FAXpo: 850-8267 Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. p.m. in City Hall, 2898 Green St., Marianna. Public
FAX: 850-482-4478 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist welcome. Call 718-1001.
Email: Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
.SATURDAYJAN. 4 ))Wrilting, Center Me~ting-6 p.m. at the Jackson
Street Address: ) St. Anne Thrift Store -will be closed for the SW C ent er en ahackso
4403 Constitution Lane holidays. D Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30- County Public Library, 2929 Green St., Marianna
Marianna, FL 32448 WEDNESDAY, JAN, 1 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Local Author and Historian, Dale Cox, will address
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. the group. Call 482-9631.
Office Hours: ) First Day Hikes-10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Florida )) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9
Weekdays, 8 a m. to 5 p.m. Caverns State Park in Marianna. Billy bailey will lead p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist.
two nature walks along the bluff Trail in the park SUNDAY, JAN.,5 Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed disbeginning at the tour departure point at the Visitor D Jewels of Light Tour-2:30 p.m. St. Luke's Epis- cussion with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire MISS YOUR PAPER? Center. The walks will last about an hour. Bill will copal Church, 4362 Lafayette St. Marianna. Free to stop drinking is welcome.
You should receive your newspaper no later discuss tress identification, karsts topography, park and open to public. Call 209-4066. )) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. -1 p.m. St. Anne's
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- history and park wildlife. ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call 482-tion between 6 a.m. and noon. Tuesday to ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist 3734. Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The to 1p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church,2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. AttenJackson County Floridan CUSPS 271-840) Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. dance limited to persons with a desire to stop, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8
is published Tuesday through Friday and THURSDAY, JAN. 2. )) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in )AARP tax aide training session-9 a.m. until
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid ) Chipola new student testing-Chipola College. the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, 1 p.m. Jackson County Agricultural Building, Penn, at Marianna, FL. For information call 718-2211 or visit www.chipola. 5429 College Drive, in Graceville. Ave., Marianna in the conference room. Learn
edu. hands-on training for electronic preparation and
filing of tax returns free. If interested in volunteering
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The MONDAY, JAN. 6 call 718-7919.
Home delivery: $11.23 per month $32.83 Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's ) Chipola new and returning student-8 a.m. ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon for three months; $62.05 for six months; focus is the local community, "Community, Children until 6 p.m. Chipola College registration for new and to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist and $123.5 for one year. All prices include & Character" Call 526-3142. returning students for Spring A & B. For informra- Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
and $.4 for I ontate a ll pries Mainlu )) Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at tion, call 718-2211 or visit applicable state and local taxes. Mail Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. ,) Employability Workshop-2:30 p.m. Marianna THURSDAY, JAN. 9 subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Call 482-2290. One Stop Career Center. "Coping with Unemploysubscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; ) St. Anne Thrift Store -will be closed for the ment" is the workshop. It is free and open to the ) Forest Certification-9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the $92.24 for six months; and $18447 for one holidays. public. The workshop is facilitated bya Certified UF/IFAS Jackson County Extension Office, ManMotivational Career Coach. Visit anna. Cost $15 which includes materials, lunch and year. )VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting 6 pm. at to register for these informative workshops. breaks. SAF Continuing Forest Education credits.'
2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish supper fol- approved forhis workshop: 3.5 hours Category 3.5
ADVERTISING lowed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500. )) Spring musical theatre auditions-5 hours Category 1-CF. Call (352) 219-8717 .
Chipola Center for the Arts for Von Trap children
The advertiser agrees that the publisher )) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, and 6:30 for adults and others. Contact Charles ') Chipola Civic Club Meeting noon at The shall not be liable for damages arising 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- Sirmon 718-2227 or Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in'Marianna. The CCC's donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance focus is the local community, "Community, Children
out of errors and advertisements beyond limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting & Character." Call 526-3142. the amount paid for the space actualy papers will not be signed. .- 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, ocuid yta prinofteavets-3975 U.S. 90 West,'Marianna. Business meet- BSt, Anne Thrift Store 9a.m. -1 p~m. St. Anne's
occpie b tht orton f he dvrtie-ingg are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for Catholic Church, 3009 5th St, Marianha. Call
ments in which the error occurred, whether 'FRIDAY, JAN. 3 'projects, lessons and help. All quilters welcome. Call 482-3734
such error is due to'the negligence of the )) Chipola returning students-8 a.m. until 3p.m. 209-7638. B Employability Workshop-2:30 p.m. Marianna
publisher's employees or otherwise, and Chipola College registration for Spring Terms A & B. )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting'- 8-9 One Stop Career Center. "Making Positive First thee hal b nt lablit fr on-nsr- For information, call 718-2211 or visit www.chipola. p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Impressions" is the workshop. It is free and open to tion of any advertisement 'eodte) ok ndNels-1 ~.the eduacso Church, 2901 Caledonia St. Marianna. the public. The workshop is facilitated by a Certified
beyod D Hoks nd Nedls -10 a. a theJacsonMotivational Career Coach. Visit amount paid for such advertisement. This County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and to register for these informative workshops.
newspaper will not knowingly accept or experienced hand crafters welcome to create, TUESDAY, JAN. 7 ~JcsnCut rnho h AC
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482- )) Late registration-8 a. until 6 p~m. Chipola monthly meeting 6 p.m. St. James
ing which expresses preference based on 9631. 'College Spring classes begin -for Terms A &B. For
legally protected personal characteristics is )) Chess Club -6 p.m. 8 p.m. First United information, call 718-2211 or visit )) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,
8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caleno cetal.' 'Methodist Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. )) Optimist Club of Jackson County Meefting donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
not aceptble.Sponsored by Marianna Optimist Club for students No'on at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking;
for students 8 18 years of age in Jackson County. Marianna. papers will not be signed.
HOW T GETYOURThe submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar.,Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520 Marianna, FL 32447,
NEWS PUBLISHED 'email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish L .. ...
news of general interest free of charge. Police Robuundu p
Submit your news or Community calendar
eens va e-al, faior handdin e iverynt Marianna Police Departmept two follow-up investigations, two juvenile TX, leaving the scene of an accident, DUI.
Fee ma aply or eding enageent .complaints, three reports of assault, one at- )) Annie Standland, 44, 22020 Hamilton
anniversary and birth announcements. The Marianna Police Department listed tempted or threat of suicide, Springs Road, Altha, DUI.
Forms are available at the Floidan offices, the following incidents for Dec. 29, the= -g ,- --' one report of a fight in prog- )) David Beal, 39, 5530 Hummingbird Photographs must be of good quality arid latest available report: One hit-and-runve- .=--'zi .,--:hid, oe acidnt ithinjryonere or ress, 24 property/building. Lane, Bascom, DUI.
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the hieena"detwt nuyoerpr i checks, two calls to assist ) Jimmy Prdc, 42, 1963 Willow Bend
right to edit all submissions, of a suspicious vehicle, one report of a sus- IIL aohraectopbi or,3,Sedvoaino tt
picius ersn, ne ehice brglrytwoservice calls, two welfare probation.
GETING IT RIGHT verbal disturbances, seven traffic stops, checks, one Baker Act/transport, and two' B) Douglas Harrison, 41, 3246 Shady
The Jackson County Floidan's policy one larceny, one assault, and one report of reports of threats/harassment. Oak Lane, Grand Ridge, possession of
is to correct mistakes promptly. To a fight in progress., methamphetamines.
report an error, please call 526-3614 )) Matthew Shuff, 28, 7028 HamilMonday-Friday. .Jackson County Sheriff's Office Jackson Connty ton Road, Grand Ridge, possession of
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and Correctional Facility 'methamphetamines.
cunt fie/escm rporedthe following .The following persons were booked ino B Jessica Barne, 28, 2883 Old US Road,
i icdnsfrDc 9 h aetaalbe tecounty jaildurng tecltes reportedinto Marianna, battery.
iniet o e. 9 h aetavial h ony aldrn h)lts eotn Caryn Kaufman, 26, 5176 Fort Road,
report: TIwo hospice deaths, three suspi- periods: .Greenwood, violation of state probation.
B cious vehicles, two'suspicious incidents,' B) beIH Green, 25, 5411 South St., Apt. B) Tommy Jackson, 22, 1469 Jays Tral,
two stilspicious persons, two highwaY 605, Dothan, AL, affray. ,Grand Ridge, violation 'of state probation.
'7 obstructionsn, two physical disturbances, B) Latesha Works, 23, 1116 Sanders Ave.,
two commercial fires, 2,3 medical calls, Apt. D-2, Graceville, tggravated battery Jail Population: 200
two traffic crashes, one report of shooting B) Justin Griffin, 35, 188 Silver Lake Drive, in area, 24 'traffic stops, one larceny one Marianna, battery domestic violence. To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
JCFLORiDAN JCOrM civil dispute, two repor$s of trespassing, B) Phillip Payne, 50, 1818 FM 534, Ma~is, local law enforcement agency.To report a wildlife violation
call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


Obituaries track surpass NY Arests

James and Sikes UIJIJoi~dU onl Va to s rac NY From. Page IA
Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel The Associated Press a 100,000-person lead in 19.6 million residents and by'6,200 people mon thly Ala., Several times to leave,
4278 Lafayette Street population over Florida. Florida with 19.5 million If. the growth remains but he refused and continMarianna, Fl 32446 ORLANDO Florida The Census estimates residents. the same, Florida could ued to try and'fight.
850.482.2332 is nipping at New York capture both states' pop- Based on those esti- surpass New York State by At that time, Green was
http://www.jamesand State's heels. ulations on July 1st of this mates, Florida is adding the first quarter of 2014, restrained and placed in New Census figures re- year. a little more than 19,000 becoming the nation's the rear of a patrol vehi le.
leased Monday show New The estimates put New residents a month and third most-populous Onthe scene, lawenfbrceAnna Hancock York, State has less than York State's population at' New York State is growing state. ment learned that Green
was being removed from
Miss Anna Hancock, 16, the business; he had reof Marianna died' Sunday, Poie Man tre to eat dugs durng traffi sto portedly become irate
December 29, 2013 at Sa- U M n IL t eat drugs uing traffic stop and struck and employee
cred Heart Hospital in Pen- in the face. The incident
sacola. From staff repwts substance-cocaine. the silver Chevrolet a loose piece of relocated to the Ten Biuck
Arangements will be an- The traffic stop leading Malibu he was driving marijuana. It-was during TWo parking 'lot, where
bounced by James and Police. say a Marianna to his arrest had. several signs of this search, police say, several other fights. be.
Sikes FuneralI Home Mad- 04 I
dox Chapel. man tried to eat his co- happened faulty and damaged that Roberts tried to eat gan. Green was charged
caine and some marijua- S u n d a y equipment. an unknown amount of with public affray for his
Vann Funeral Home na in their presence dur- night just When the car was marijuana and cocaine. involvement in the
4265 SaintAndrew Street ing a traffic stop Sunday before 10:15 stopped, officers report- In searching the vehi- incident.
,Marianna, Florida2448 night. p.m. ed, the smell of marijua- cle, officers report, they During this same

Trashad Laron Rob- According na was coming from, the found another small bag time, officers observed
Robert Allen erts, 23, is charged in the Roberts to a press vehicle. They searched of marijuana near the a black Chevrolet
case with possession of r e 1 e a s e Roberts and the car. Of- driver's seat, along with truck back into a white
Joe marijuana with' intent from the Marianna Po ficers reported., finding several pieces of cocaine Hyundai in the Ten Buck
to sell, tampering with lice Department, Roberts a small bag of man- scattered 'in the dr'v- TWo parking lot. Officers Mr. Robert Allen Joe, age' physical evidence and was pulled over because juana inside Roberts' er's seat and the *center began telling the truck to 74, of Marianna, Florida possession of a controlled officers noticed that jacket pocket, along with console of the vehicle. stop, butthe vehicle conwent home to be with the tinued south on Caverns
Lord on Tuesday, Decem- Road.
ber 10, 2013. 11.iMcDonald's start. It had worked out was inevitable. "I'm not Some, Lareau said, have A short distance down
Mariasna See Dy Ad well for her. She said that a convicted felon, I just not provided all the piec- the -road, a traffic stop
ventist Church. Memorial- From Page lA one of the owners even have a background that' es of identification they was conducted 'on the
izationwas by cremation. commentedduringatran- I'll pretty soon -be able were asked to submit. truck, which was operated
A 'Memorial Service -will McDonald's restaurants sitional meeting that "'ev- to clear. I'm not trying to Claiborne 'also finds that by Phillip Payne, 50, of be held on January 3, 2014 on West Lafayette Street erybodydeservesasecond make excuses about my statement suspect. Mathis, Texas. During the
at 11:00 AM at the Marian- and near 1-10 will contin- chance." So, she said, she past, but how am I sup- Lareau also said that traffic stop, Payne was na Seventh Day Adventist ue to serve the Marianna was doubled over by be- posedto live and make a some people had pro- found to be intoxicated. He Church, 4878 Highway 90, community." ing turned around when. -living if I can't hold onto vided contact numbers was arrested and charged
Marianna, Florida 32446. But those two McDon- she reported for work She the second chance I was that turned out not tobe with DUI and leaving the Vann Funeral Home in ald's in town have been would have been through given? That's my past. operational. He said he's scene of'an accident with
Robert 'Bobby Joe' leaves sold to a new owner. with probation when she It's hard to go on and be been trying to reach sev- property damage.
to remember his life: a sis- Some employees at those had finished paying her successful when you're eral without success. Both Green and Payne' ter, Valeria Baxter. of NJ; locations-one on ,Lafay- court fines, a goal she ,constantly.digging on my Lareau said there has were transported to the three sisters/cousins Bar- ette Street-and the other had expected to reach in past. I want to move for- been no massive layoff Jackson County Correcbara Sessions and Rosalyn on State Road 71 South- mid-February. The judge ward in life. I have buried of workers and that he tional their Anderson both of MD and found themselves out of had withheld adjudica- that past, but I did the and his representatives first appearance in court. Sylvia Reed (LH) of 'CT; a job when they reported tion in her case, and she right thing in disclosing have tried to give current niece, Kim of Florida; 'six to work- early 'Monday would have been able to it. I didnt want you to employees every chance nieces/cousins, Beverly, morning. move forward with an dig it up and throw it at to reapply for jobs under L-.1 e
Natasha' and Toni all of Katrice Newton, a' ca-' unblemished record. She me. They should have at his company's ownerMD, Sonya and Melanne of shier and crew trainer at had hoped to progress leasf let us know up front ship. "We're in fact very CT and Jacqui' of NV; four Fo ae1
nephews/cousins, Bernard the Highway 71 South lo- even further within the instead of beating around excited to have a ready and Christopher, of MD, cation, was one of those McDonalds franchise and the bush. workforce at hand; we State Park. St. George
Keith and Maxwell of CT; let go by -the new owners, perhaps make a career of Claiborne graduated 'want them, they already Island. his adopted sister, Evonne Dennis and Linda Lareau...the work. V from Chipola College in know what they're doing DGrayton Beach State
Johnson (Jeff); a life-long Tamarette Claiborne, a Katrice -Newton had 2009 and, until a family and we're extending offers Park, Grayton Beach. close friend and brother of cashier add management worked at the Highway member's illness forced to as many as possible. We ITarkilri Bayou Preserve 44 years, Reverend Thomas candidate there, was 'also 71 .Southjlocation for al- her to take a pause in her want them, we need them State Park, Niceville. Johnson (Jackie) of NJ; very rejected. Claiborne and most four years and had studies, was working to- there. We believe in treat-' ))Topsail Hill Preserve cloge friends Mae, Cindy, Newton say they were earned a crew training ward an additional degree ingpeople right. There are State 'Park, Santa Rosa Elias, Jerry (Felecia, and dismissed because of the position while continu- online. She ) ad a 4.0 grade just procedures that have Beach. Cousins, and Barbara; sp offenses on their records. ing her cashier's duties point average before the to be followed and stan- According to details
and other cousins, friends, Newton and Claibome Like Claiborne, she, was demands of caring for the dards that haveto be met; posted at the Florida Cayand church family at the were just weeks away on probation and had familymembercaused her that's true in any business ems State Parkwebsite, the Marianna Seventh Day Ad- from having paid all their been on trackto pay off to lose some ground. Her and in any trAnsition. My park will be hosting guided ventists Church. court-related fines and, the court fines in her case, average had slipped to a wife and I have been own- nature walks between the
with that, having their re- a DUI/grand theft mat- mere 3.78 by the time she ers/operators of McDon- hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A cords wiped of the charges ter in which adjudication decided to put her studies ald's for 20 years. We live Park Ranger will interpret they're paying for now. had also been withheld. on hold for a time, but she in the Chipley/Bonifay both the floodplain forest Both women acknowl- Newton said the grand felt her life was getting on area and we'll be spend- and atemperateha wood Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. edge the couple's right theft charge is somewhat track as she worked her ing a lot of time here, too, forest as you look for wildYour Local Florist and Gifts to hire and dismiss those misleading; she was in job at McDonald's under now. We're not absentee life and enjoy the seasonal 2911 efferson St. Marianna they wish, but at the same the company of some- the previous franchisee. owners and we want to features before you on the
850-372-4456 time are feeling burned one else who commit- She feels the new own- build and be part of a 4,602-feet Flood Plain Bluff
Michael's Toggery by the way they say the ted a grand theft without ers should have talked healthy restaurant family. Trail. The degree of diffiFuneral AppropriateAttire matter was handled. her participation or prior things over with her and We feel fortunate to have culty is strenuous.
2878 Jefferson St Maanna8647 According to the two knowledge, she said, but with others whose back- acquired these two prop- Park entrance fees apply women, the new own- was still charged and had grounds were not perfect erties and to have a lot for this event at Caverns.
ers caused them to waste made peace internally as before deciding to reject of good people in place Call 482-1228' for more bber precious time they could best she could with the them. "Why didn't you to make the transition information.
have been using to find situation. The fast food stay and talk with us, in- smooth. We had two days Visitthe website www. other work. Both -say that, job was, to some degree, a stead of having one of and times set aside where From Page 1A in meetings held about a last resort,'but turned into, your people do your dirty, they could come in and for. a complete list of speweek ago, the owners had ajob in which she excelled work for you, that's what I fill out paperwork, things cial events in Florida's state pounds and about 6-feet, failed to mention that a and progressed To have want to know. You did the like the 1-9 (IRS) forms, parks. 3-inches tall. He was wear- checkered background the rug pulled out from meet and greet-why and our company forms. ing a black ski mask during check could lead to thaeir under her now, after the didn't you do the meet Some people didn't do- _the robber, police said. dismissal. job had offered so much and goodbye? I'had been that and we've been trying S a c
Canines from Apalachee Since that wasn't men- hope, was a blow she's still recommended to take the to reach out. We're never r l Correctional Institution tioned as areason for pos- reeling from. manager's test, but what's able to get hold of some of
and Jackson Correctional sible rejection, and since "We asked questions the point now? I was six them." From Page 1A
Institution were called in both had been working in the meeting, and they to eight weeks away from Despite those issues, prescription drugs without to help search the immedi- in their line and leader- made us feel reassured, termination of proba- Lareau said his company a valid prescription. ate area, and deputies from Ship roles for some years, that everything was going tion. This is really, really has enough employees Arrested was Christina the Jackson County Sher- they had relaxed to some to be OK," Newton said. hard to deal with finan- on board to keep their Marie Peterson, 33, who iff's Office also assisted the extent and felt secure 'A lot of us have back- cially speaking, and it also newly acquired restau- was charged with possesMPD in the search, but'no in their jobs. Both had grounds,, you know, but hurts." rants open and running sion of controlled subsuspect,,was located imme- filled out all the neces- these jobs gave us hope Claiborne said she ques- for a seamless transition. stance without prescripdiately after the incident, sary paperwork and pro- of starting over. When tions some of the things He said he also expects to tion, possession of meth,
- which occurred around vided all the necessary they first talked to us, they Dennis Lareau said when hire a few more than were possession of drug para9:30 p.m. last Friday identification required should have let us know he was asked about the originally on staff so that phernalia, and violation of
Anyone with informa- by the new owners, and about this being a con- workforce change-ups in the restaurants can work probation.
tion in the .case is asked said they thought they dition that would block general. She says man9.y more fluidly for the sake Also arrested at the scene to call the MPD at 526- were on track to keep us. from getting jobs with other people were Iet of customers. was Johnny Lee Mercer, 44,
3125 or CrimeStoppers at their jobs. Claiborne said them. I could have been go for reasons shie can't' Lareau also said that, for an active warrant for 526-5000. it was a surprise that out looking, and I'm surb fathom.. "over the next two years, violation of probation for
With the suspect still at knocked the wind out~of some of the other people Lareau did acknowl- he plans to modernize, driving while license suslarge, Baggett said people her sails when she was are in the same situa- edge that a few employees the McDonald's on SR 71 pended or revoked. in the neighborhood and sent home after getting tion. We wasted a week. Were let go because their South. -Both were lodged at the
surrounding areas should up at 5 a.m. to report as When it all went down, backgrounds didn't As evidence of- his Jackson County Correcuse extreme caution as usual. the owners weren't at the meet standard, but' also family's commitment tional Facility to await their
they go to and fro from She said she had dis- store, they just left some- said that some of the to its workforce, Lareau first appearance in court.
their homes. He suggested closed the solitary do- one else to tell us we had people who weren't re-, pointed out 'that, when locking home doors imme- mestic battery offense for to leave." hired were let go because he demolished an aging
diately after getting inside, which she is now serving Newton and Claiborne of their own failures in McDonald's structure and keeping vehicles locked, probation, both when she each have a young child at the process of, reapply- rebuilt, in Chipley this Au- > and staying keenly aware applied for her job with home to feed and clothe, ing for a job with the new gust, he made, sure that Of 'the surroundings while the old franchise-holder both of those youngsters company the employees there had
entering and exiting dwell- and when she reapplied with special needs At least one, he said, jobs at other locations for ings and vehicles. with the new owner. She 'Claibome said she felt took paperwork home to the 90-120 days it took to [
Anyone noticing suspi- said it was a vital second that the new owners complete rather than fin- get a new building erect- L
cious activity should call chance for her, and for should have at least given ishing it onsite, and has .ed. "No one lost their jobs the MPD immediately and many people like her who them and the other reject- never returned those doc- or had to be laid off for await an officer's arrival in have made a mistake and ed workers a 90-day pro- uments. Claiborne said that long term," he said in a safe location. ~ come to fast food as a last bation period in which to she doesn't believe that to reference to that recon- JFOIA O
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T66 Associated Press weeks of testimony alF lowed them to find ZimORIANDO, Fla. -- It merman not guilty if they
SUBMITTEDPHOTO was yet another high-pro- had reasonable doubt or Here, Chipola ACE tutor Alana Heamrn of Vernon works, with file trig in central Florida if they thought it was a a student in the college ACE Lab. The schedule of classes is that attracted around- justifiable. use of force.
aat cable television Under Florida law, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
available online at t k cable television Under Florida law, Zim- In this Mrch 22, photo, protestors, Lakesha Hall, 32, of Sanbes news coverage and capti- mierman could use jus- ford (center) and her son, Calvin Simms, 12, (right) gather
Ovatedewers from around tifiable' force not only if early for a rally for Trayvon Martin, at Fort Mellon Park in Sanl egins Spr. the world. he faced death or bodily ford Fla. In 2012, Florida's story of the year was George Zim* JBut unlike the Casey An- harm butalso if he merely mermanshootingTrayvon Martin. In 2013, It wasZimmerman's
ren Jan. th taial two summers thought he did. acquittal on charges that he murdered Martin.
ef Wichich was a do- After deliberating over
Special to the Floridan transfer to a four-year pro- i drama involving a two days, the jury found ALCyYoungAwad winner championship series MVP gram at Chipola or another mother accused'of killing him not guilty of second- Bartolo Colon and 2011AL Nelson Cruz. Registration for spring collegeor university. Cred- het t 6ddler, the murder degree murder or manclasses at Chipola College its earned are transferable ial of George Zimmer- slaughter. In the weeks M
begins Thursday, Jan. 3, for and are applicable tow r ma the fatal shooting following the verdict, proreturning students. New a bachelor's, degree. Ac,4- of Taon Martin tackled tests were held around and returning student reg- demic advising guides that two ofthe thorniest issues the nation. Protests in istration is Jan. 6. Classes outline requirements for confr6pting America: race Oakland and Los Ange- Mn (E) 12/0 086 Ntvbe
begin Jan. 7. specific majors are avail- a control. For those les turned mildly violent, Ma (M 68'8 4912
There are several steps able from Student Affairs easoi the George Zim- but the response to the
to completing the applica- and are located on the merman trial was voted Zimmerman verdict was i' 08
tion process: (1) complete college website at www. the state's story of the nothing like the massive e () 2 -6 7b9
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plication; call 718-2311 for Several Associate in Sci- newspaper and broadcast ing that killed 53 people assistance; (2) request a ence and Workforce pro- editors, after police officers were
final high school transcript grams are offered which Trailing the Zimmerman acquitted in the Rodney Thurs( 79 09-33'
be sent to Chipola Admis- provide training for high trial in the editors' picks King beating. F ( 1227 093 3922 1 227
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Placement Test; call 718- tive Service Technology, pand the state's Medicaid ries of the year: 4-4 44959
2284 for assistance. Firefighter, Law Enforce- program and the disclo- 2. The Florida Legis- n E) 12 b 2 6 410 1113
Chipola offers the Bach- ment Officer, Correctional sure of records by The Mi- lature rejected a plan un 3-59 3-4
elor of Science Degree, the Officer, Cosmetology, and ami New 7Tmes linking an to expand the state's EE d
Associate in Arts Degree, Cross-Over Corrections to anti-aging clinic to the dis- Medicaid program, turn- rvn aigy awng the Associate in Science Law Enforcement, .Cross- tribution of performance ing down a promised $50 Degree andWorkforce De- Over Law Enforcement to enhancing drugs to major billion in federalfunding. 35445156
velopment programs. Corrections, Nursing As- league baseball players. The decision left 1.1 milBachelor's Degrees in- sistant andWelding. The six female jurors lion Floridians uninsured
dclude: Science Education Associate in Science picked for Zimmerman's for now. Gov. Rick Scott Middle Grades (5-9); Biol- programs include: Busi- trial had to determine originally had opposed trdy 2
ogy Education Second- ness Administration, Early whose story to believe: the expansion but made a 3
ary Grades (6-12); Math- Childhood Education, Zimmerman's claim of dramatic about-face when fo It nforaton 8504877or 90073 ematics Education Middle Computer Information self-defense or prosecu- he announced his support Grades (5-9); Mathemat- Technology, Fire Science. tors' contention that Zim- for Medicaid expansion ics Education Secondary Technology, Criminal Jus- merman was a vigilante under President Barack WISHIN AAP HOI S ON
Grades (6-12); English tice Technology (Crime who profiled Martin and Obama's Affordable Care -,," Education, Exceptional Scene Track), Network- decided the black teen Act after the U.S. Supreme ED I CCOY
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ness Administration with Nursing (RN and LPN), Zimmerman lived and obtained records that
concentrations in Man- Nursing LPN to RN, Para- Martin was visiting. iked the anti-aging clin- century 21 sunny
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agement or Accounting; medic to RN, and Recre- A prosecutor began the ic Biogenesis to the dis- -" 'd 4630HWy 90 and a Bachelor of Science ation Technology. trial with a jolt by repeat- tribution of performance' 'nna" Marlanna. FL
in Nursing. College Credit Certificate ing obscenities Zimmer- enhancing drugs to major
Additionally, the college programs include: Child man said to a dispatcher league baseball players, offers the Educator Prepa- Care Center Management, while following Martin. including New York Yanration Institute, a Teacher Information Technology The neighborhood watch kees star Alex Rodriguez. Certification program for Management, CISCO Cer- volunteer's defense attor- He denied the claim and those with a B.S. in a non- tified Network Associate, ney followed with a knock- later fought a lengthy susteaching field. Emergency Medical Tech- knock joke that fell flat. pension. Also mentioned
The Associate in Arts nician and Paramedic. Over the next three weeks, in the leaked documents I
Degree is designed for stu- The schedule of classes prosecutors and defense were 2012 All-Star game dents who plan to com- is available online at www. attorneys tried to con- MVP Melky Cabrera, 2005 plete their first two years For informa- vince jurors whose voice of college work and then tion, call 718-2211. was screaming for help on 911 calls that captured
the fight. Martin's mothUiog er, father and brother
testified it was the Miami a
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tion, please contact staff uncle, father and five The AARP tax aide pro- at Jackson County Public friends told jurors it was gram needs volunteers to Library, 482-9631. the neighborhood watch
serve as counselors for the volunteer's voice.
upcoming tax season at A special thank yOU The most memorable
the Jackson County Agri- witness was Rachel Jecultural Building on Penn The Activities staff of antel, 'the young woman Ave. in Marianna and at Marianna Health and from Miami who was on
the Altha Public Library. Rehab Center would like the phone with Martin in On Jan. 8, 15, 22 and 29 to thank everyone in the the moments before he ma
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Agricultural Building that were community organi- attorney her lack of ph- e' rnphaize ogam- ish, and her' use of the
will emphasize hands on zations, churches, schools term "creepy-ass cracker" training for electrOnic and private citizens that in recounting how Martin preparation and filing of gave gifts as well asmone- described Zimmerman tax volunteers will be able tary donations. We want to made her the brunt of Downtown Marianu to electronically prepare give a special thank you to spoof accounts poking 850,482.4037 and file tax returns. Any- our secret Santa and a very fun at her candid stateone interested in volun- Happy New Year to all.. ments and dialect.
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Tigers go 2-0 at Shootout

BY DUSTIN KENT the break, but the Tigers quickly game for Graceville this season PHOTO BY HALEY BOGGS reasserted control to start the after playing four of the first five third quarter, pushing the lead at home. The Gracey ve!,Tigers capped back to double figures and cruis- The lone road victory was over off a perfect weekend Saturday ing from there. Wewahitchka on Dec, 10, but Graceville's Derrick
night with a 50-33 victory over "I was kind of afraid since we Vernon appears to pose a much White (1) tries to
the Baker Gators to go 2-0 at beat (Baker) bad in the preseason larger challenge for the Tigers. finish a shot against
the Tiger Christmas Shootout at that we wouldn't come out very Anderson said he thinks his Holmes County during
Graceville High School. intense," Graceville coach Matt team will be ready and that the a game Friday night at
GHS was coming off of a 56- Anderson said of his team. "We two games over the weekend will Graceville High School.
33 win over Holmes County jumped out early and I think our have a lot to do with that. on Friday night and found guys say, Ah, we've got this,' and "It helped us stay fresh and the going just as easy. Satur- we never got that intensity back. stay game ready, and it should day, jumping out to a 20-4 lead Baker kept playing hard." give us a level of confidence," to start the game and keep-. The win was the third in a row the'coach said. "We've won three ing a double digit margin most for the Tigers, who improved to in a row now, though obviously of the way. 8-5 on the season. not against the kind of competiMarquavious Johnson scored Up next is a big district road tion we were playing earlier. But 15 points to lead the Tigers, while' game against theVernon Yellow- to get that confidence from winDerrick White added 12. jackets on Friday night at 7:30 ning is important, especially goBaker used a 9-0 run to close p.m. ing into our first real big district
the first half to make it 20-13 at It's just the second road league road game."

Statement made

Bulldogs display dominance at Tigers shootout

The Marianna Bulldogs
wanted to make a statement
over the weekend at the Tiger
Christmas Shootout in Graceville, and make a statement they
Marianna ran its unbeaten
streak to start the season to 14
games with blowout wins over PHOTOBYHALEYBOGGS
the Godby Cougars and East Tre Lee (2) puts up a shot over a pair of Port St. Joe
Hall (Ga.) Vikings, rolling over defenders during a game at Cottondale High School Godby 76-50 on Friday night and on Saturday night. The Hornets won 72-70 in OT. coming back less than 24 hours
later to knock off East Hall 97-69 hold
Saturday afternoon. H hornets
Roderick Copeland led five
Marianna players in double
figures with 21 points Saturday, offhot-shootig followed by Jamel Johnson with 17, Herman Williams with 15,
Antavious Leonard with 13, and
Shaquarious Baker with 11. SharksiOT
The Bulldogs led 45-29 at BY DUSTIN KENT
halftime before exploding for
52 more in the second half for
their highest point total of the The Cottondale Hornets overcame a great season. shooting night by Port St. Joe to hold off the
The wins couldn't have come Sharks for a 72-70 overtime victory on Saturday as a shock for a MHS team that night at CHS. had already notched quality It was the second meeting in little over a week
wins over the likes of Rutherford, between the teams, with the Hornets routing Malone, Bay High, and Pensaco- 'the Sharks 59-30 on Dec. 20 at Marianna High la Catholic coming in, but the School. final margins and the extent of Saturday's rematch was far more competitive, the dominance over teams of the with the Sharks overcoming a nine-point halfcaliber of Godby and East Hall time deficit to cut the margin to two in the third left Bulldogs coach Travis Blan- quarter before tying it up with two minutes left ton struggling for words. and then taking the lead with one of their 14
"What can you really say about three-pointers on the night. it? I'm kind of shaking my head But the Hornets sent the game into overtime with these kids," he said. "I'm so thanks to a banked in three-pointer by Kadeem
proud of them." Webb with 12 seconds left and quickly took
SPHOTO BY LORIE NABLE control in the overtime period.
Marianna's Roderick Copeland flies in for a dunk attempt duping a game against East Hall (Ga.) on Saturday at Graceville High School. 'See STATEMENT, Page 6A See HORNETS, Page GA


High School Boys Basketball and Recreational Expo (MERE) lbocatW'4*Friday- Pensacola Catholic at Marl- ed at 3625 Cavernls Road in Marianna.
anna, 5:30 p.m. and i7 p.m.; Graceville The registration fee for Basketball is at Vernon, 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.; $30 for participants. Malone at Paxton, 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.; The fee must be paid with a check' Sneads at Altha, 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. 'or money order; no checks will be Saturday 4td .dl at CI~iley, accepted. No one will be allowed to 1:30p m an 3.m...... . register after Jan. 10.
', ., : 'Registration forms may also be IIgh S chool Girls Basketball picked up and dropped off at City Friday- Malone at Paxton, 5.30 p.m., Hall. All participants must bring a Graceville at Vernon, 6 p.m. copy of their birth certificate.
For more information visit us at
Chipola Basketball The age
The Chipola men's and women's of all participants on Ncv. 1 of the
basketbalteams will open Panhandle current year will be the player's age Conference play Saturday in Pensaco- for the entire season.
Ia against Pensacola State: Anyone that may be interested in
Tewoxn ,,l,, .',eiill tip off at coaching a team or officiating youth 530 p.m. followed by the men at 7:30 basketball please contact with the pm. .. Marianna Recreation Department at
482-6228 or come by during registraMERE Basketball tion .
,TO 00BYJENR AFR MariannaRe~ tion Department
B ozeman's Josh Mineer (33) is guarded by Snead's Kyle Coin- will offer three basketball leagues for SOT TM
modore during a game at Graceville High School on .youth ages 5 to 13, with registration con asor t faxtem s to -42-47thrmiljfoing
Send asor items to -42-47Thaliang Saturday. Bozeman won the game 5 0-33. Sneads went 1-1 at to be held through Jan. 10 from 8 am. address for the paper is Jackson County Floridan
GHS vertheweekndwining ridy oer 4 p.m. at The Marianna Educational P.O. Box 520 Mariafina, FL 32447.


NFL Statem en ahead," he said. "We'vejust
fire moment got to continue to improve
B Ug 5Aand continue to get betBucs fire coach Greg Schiano ter. Hopefully we can be
playing as well as we're ca"I'm proud of the way pable of at the right time.
The Associated Press we respect the passion' he they played so hard after But I do like what we've
showed for the Buccaneers the night before when we done so far; I really do.
TAMPA, Fla. The during his time here," played good but had to ex- With that being said, we
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Glazer added. "We thank ert a lot of energy because have to keep getting betare changing directions Greg for his hard work 'and there was so much tied ter and we'll see what hapon their rebuilding project effort the past two seasons, into that game. pens in the end."
again. but we feel #these moves "To turn around less than Up next for the BullCoach .Greg Schiano was are necessary in order to 24 hours later and'respond dogs is a huge District 1
fired Monday after two achieve our goals." like that, I'm really proud contest against the Pensaclosing years extended the In typical Bucs fashion, of the way the kids did it. ola Catholic Crusaders on
franchise's playoff drought the reclusive owners of I just want to continue to Friday night at home in a
to six seasons. General -the -team announced the build on that. We still have rematch of a thrilling 58-57
manager Mark Dominik third coaching change in a lot of areas to improve, Marianna win on a buzzerwas also ousted, ending five years with a one para- but I just like the way the beating ,three-pointer by
an unsuccessful five-year graph statement and did. guys respond every time .Shaquarious Baker on Dec.
stint that produced flashes not schedule a news'con- we challenge'them." 13 in Pensacola.
of hope but far more disap- ference to discuss the situ- It has been quite a first Blanton said his, team
pointment than ownership ation. Schiano had three half, to the season for the will need another big-time
felt was acceptable. years and $9 million re- Bulldogs, though Blan- effort to keep its unbeaten
'"The results over the maining on his contract., ton said Monday that his streak alive.
past two years have, not Word broke less than 30 team has'to maintain the f "It's a huge game for us
lived up to our standards minutes after the team ocus that led to the 14 wins and we need the, fans to
and We believe the time closed the locker room, throughout the rest of the respond and come support
has come to find a new where players were sorting year if the Bulldogs are the kids and the team;"
direction," Bucs co-chair- through equipment arid going to achieve their goals he said. "We won. at the
man Bryan Glazer said in, a' belongings before scatter- of a district championship buzzer over there and that
brief statement released' a ing for the offseason. They and a deep playoff run. game easily could've gone
day after a season-ending met with the coaching and, "We've got a lot of bas- Catholic's way."
42-17 loss to the New medical staff for exit inter- ketball to play and we The game Will tip off at 7
Orleans dropped Schiano's views and physicals and don't want to look' too far p.m.
record to 11-21. had not been informed of
"Mark has been a valued the dismissals before me- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
member of ourorganiza- dia.was allowed into the After going 7-9 in his first year with Tampa Bay, Greg tion for two decades and room. Schiano is fired after a, 4-12 campaign in year two. or e s to lead the way for Cotton__orneis dale, with Webb adding 12
-points, and Tristan BraxFrom Page 5A ton and Mike Gallon scoring 11 each.
End of term: Mike The Sharks hit three It was the fifth win in
more triples, in OT but it the last six games for the
wasn't enough, with the Hornets, who improved ShaII hIi out last three coming down to 7-5 on the year before a
five in the waning seconds scheduled district contest
The Associated Press coach went 24-40 in four of the game. against the Altha Wildcats
Redskins seasons and TJ Williams led Port St. on Monday night.
ASHBURN, Va.- Mike had one year remaining Joe with 25 points 23 in Cottondale' will finish Shanahan reached into on his five-year, $35 ril- the first half while Kyran the week Saturdaywith a 3 the presidential play- lion contract. Batson scored 11 points., p.m. game against the Chi-.
book for his Washington "Redskins fans deserve Tre Lee scored 25 points pley Tigers in Chipley. Redskins farewell ad- a better result," Snyder
dress, plucking a line that said in a statement re-.
would fit nicely into the leased by the team.
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"We're better off today," his eighth head coach
the coach said, "than we for his 16th season as an
were four years ago." NFL owner a span that
Whether the Redskins includes just four winare actually better off, ning seasons, two playoff
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS or whether Shanahan's victories and seven lastDolphins owner Stephen Ross may have some decisions to words are merely the place finishes in the NFC make in Miami. football equivalent of po- East.
litical rhetoric, he won't Allen, however, said that JS COn t twiter.
C os be around to prove the Snyder is "still one of the y
point. He was fired Mon- great fans", and isn't the Floridan Joflorldannews
day after a 3-13 season, source of the problem. 4
his plan to restore profes- "It's not Dan calling the
idle Janu ary for sionalisni and consistent plays, it's not Dan picking
success to the franchise the plays. It's the people
D olplins, again having' disintegrated he's hired," Allen said. "It's DISCOUNT
into a sea of tension and our job to actually turn DRUG
losing. .. this team into a winner."
"Four years ago," gen- Allen also. announced a TheAssociated Press year general manager Jeff eral manager Bruce Al- new power structure, say- _',"*4'eA*P64,
Ireland and second-year 'len said, "we thought ing the team's next coach DAVIE Cleaning out coach Joe Philbin. A mid- we did the right thing. ... will not have the all-enhis lockerMonday, Miami season bullying scandal Unfortunately, today, our compassing role held by Dolphins receiver Mike still under NFL investi- results aren't what we Shanahan. Allen said he Wallace briefly examined gation might also weigh hoped." has an "open list" as he
apairofglovesandtooka in any decision by owner Shanahan was dis- begins the search for a whiff before tossing them Stephen Ross. missed after a morning replacement, includingg
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phins' late-season col- 2014. mality expected for sev- the duties of having final
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ALLEY OOP BY JACK AND CAROLE BENDER Dear Annie: Three months ago, I at- me not to come? By the way, I still have
tended the funeral of a friend and former not received a thank you for the memoC E7 AWAY oR, HR . co-worker, enee. went ied the rial I gave to the famil n
off THE SAsREOoTH! book, gave my condolences to her hus- STUNNED IN NEBRASKA
Band and was speaking to some friends.
At that point, another co-worker came Dear Stunned: We're not sure what hap-. THAAAB BY PAL Tup to me and said I should sit in the back pened at the fun eral. One person made
ity of the mortuary because Renee woldn't you feel unwelcome, but the daughter
want me there. I was stunned. in-law thanked you for coming. While
Shortly after, Renee's daughter-in-law we can understand your discomfort, you approached me and said, "Thank you for seem to value One person's opinion over ALLEY OOP BY JACK AND CAROLE BENDER coming and being a friend to Renee." Of the rest. E
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me. I am tolerated by those with whom ion about you. Noone should go through O ,== I have worked, and even my friends are life believing they are not worth liking.
like this. I have learned to accept it. Buslam et eot and then work on changing THAT A BABY BY PAUL TRAP this funeral still upsets me. Should they it. If you need to seek therapy to accom-,

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top is installed. 140;000 miles but vehicle is in FOR JUNK VEHICLESy le
great shape for age and miles. $5,200. RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE As Deputy Clerk
334-494-2430. I ALSOSELL USED PARTS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order This Notice is provided pursuant to Administra-AUTO FOR SALE 24HOUR TOWING 14 334-792-8664 Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated Decem- tive Order No. 2.065. In accordance with the
e 20 s ber 16 2013, and entered in Case No. 09- Americdns with the Disabilities Act, f'you are a
Corvette 2001 silver with black interior, new 1072CA, of the Circuit Court of the 14th Judicial person with a disability who needs any accomtires, ZO6 brakes, low miles, many extras, 19,,diChad's Used & Co Cirui Cout oial modation in order to participate in this progreat condition. $12,500. OBO 334-585-5396. SalvageCars LLC BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., successor by merger ceding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
Ford 1994 F-150 XLT, single cab, auto, 302 V8, PAYS TOP DOLLAR $$$ to BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P. F/K/A the provision of certain assistance. Pleas
dual tanks, PS, PB, PS, PDL, PW, complete for you Junk Vehicals COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P. contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at P..
brake job, full tune up. Red/Silver, red cloth WE WILL COME AND HAUL 4w is Plaintiff and JESSICA DILMORE; BRYAN S. Box 1089, Panama City, Florida 32402 or by
seat. Looks, runs and drives good. Must see! Chad Gibson 334-684-8481 or 334-588-0047 DILMORE; BETTY J. WHETNALL; UNKNOWN phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days $4,595. owner,, Dothan, 334-671-3059. SPOUSE OF BETTY J. WHETNALL IF ANY; JOHN before your scheduled court appearance, or
$4,55. wne, Dtha, 34-61-359.B B B ***~~ OE;JAN DO; WST LORDA LECRICCO- immediately upon receiving this notification if
DOE;' JANE DOE; WEST FLORIDA ELECTRIC CO- thtiebfrtescdudapaanes
GOT BAD CREDIT? Got a Clunker OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, INC. A/K/A WEST the time before the scheduled appearance is
$0 Down/lst Payment, We'll be your Junker FLORIDA ELECTRIC; are defendants. I will sell less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing imTax, Tag & Title Pass *to the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE birted ple ae 711. atsP..
Repo pass bankruptcy We buy wrecked cars NORTH DOOR, at 4445 LAFAYETTE STREET, MA, Submitted by: Kahane & Associates, P.A.
SLOW CREDIT OK and Farm Equip. at a RIANNA in JACKSON County, FLORIDA 32446, at 8201 Peters Road, Ste.3000, Plantation, FL
Ask About $1000. off at time of pur 11:00 A.M., on the 6th day of February, 2014, Telephone: (954) 382-3486, Teleacsimile: (954)
Call Steve Pope 334-803-955o $250 & I Complete Cars the following described property as set forth in Teo5 4,)
____ allSteve__ ope_334-_CA3-354074_628 382-5380
Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, 1-owner ............CALL 334-714.6285
low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires, ---------- 1 ---- ---- ---Garage kept looks like new 334-797-5151 a Mebuy Wrecked V cle
Honda 2009 Accord, 4 door, Super Sharp! Like
new, $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis
334-714-0028. 3 54
Uncoln 2004 Town Car
Signature, loaded, leath
er, like new, clean, 94k
miles, 2owner, $7500.
Lincoln 2007 MKZm fllars onh
1111 (Metallic Red), Cream '
Leather, all power, sun We ArO ThC Bu T D
roof, dial-in door, cooled and heated seats, navigation, new tires, new appra* rI mu
battery. Only 70000 miles. Is in immaculate U condition. $14,500. Call 334-693-2603
Mazda 2008 Miata MX5 4cyl. Loaded. In great
condition. 31,000 miles. Silver with black top.
$14,500. 34-405-7402
Nissan 2009 Altima. Good family car, great gas
mileage, fully loaded, pwr windows, cruise, AT,
AM-FM, CD. $250 down, $250 per month. Call
Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243.
Nissan AlUma 2013, low miles, Must Sell!! $200 I....
down, $279 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-7140028.
Pontiac 1999 Bonneville: cold AC, warm heat,
dependable, nice car, 151k miles, $2,995. / Call 334-792-8018
Suzuki 2006 Forepza: White, 4-door sedan.
114,000 miles.. New AC. Almost new tifes. No
wrecks. Body In good condition, only a couple
of dings. $3,200 obo. 334-790-0379
Toyota 2011 Camry SE, Prices Are Out of Sight!
Roof, wheels, pwr seat, pwr windows, AT, a
AM/FM/CD, Great gas mileage. $300 down,
$300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-7918243.
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1981 BMW Motorcycle R100RS 1000cc Red
Smoke. Perfect condition, Many extras. $4,995.
Call 334-470-1972 or 470-1971.
2008 High Booster 1300 GSX Motorcycle Navy
Blue w/pipes baffled out and jet pipes. Nice,
Only 7745 Miles. $7000. 850-573-4630.
METRIC BIG TWIN 2004 Suzuki Volusia 830 cc
15k miles, garage kept, chromed out, over 4k in
accessories, kick shifter, floorboards Vance.
and Hines pipes, windshield, driving lights, R
crash bar,-bags, factory sissy bar, see to appreciate, a steal at 3.5 k obo. 334-794-8709

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