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Vol. 91 No. 4

Crash victims identified passe
died at the scene of a crash on
From staff reports A seriously injured woman Interstate10 in Jackson County
from the same vehicle was also ealyThursdayafternoon.The
The Florida Highway Patrol has identified. victim was identied as 50-year-
identified the person who died in Krupp and 19-year-old Chris- old Doris Krupp of Mis, a Central
an Interstate 10 crash in Jackson tina Montesano were passengers Florida community. Florida Highw ay
County earlylast Thursday after- in a 2001 Dodge Caravan driven Patrol troopers, Jackson County
noon. From the Central Florida by Melissa Montesano, 21, also deputies and medical emergency
community of Mims in Broward of Mims. personnel from Jackson County Fire
County, the woman was identi- Rescue responded to the crash.
fled as 50-year-old Doris Krupp. See CRASH,Page 7A

Calhoun County



FHP:Man Ospreys buzz in skies
runstop

sign, causes

2carwreck
From staff reports
Victims were airlifted to area
medical centers for treatment
Friday after being injured in a
serious accident near the in-
tersection of State Road 69 and
County Road 274 in Calhoun
County, just over the Jackson
County line.
According to the Florida High-
way Patrol, a 2006 Ford F150
driven by Jason Brown, 33, of
Hosford was westbound on
County Road 286 approachiong
the intersection of SR 69 around
10:30 a.m. Friday.
Meanwhile, a 2014 Nissan
Frontier driven by Christopher
Coleman, 36, of Hartford, Ala.,
was northbound on SR 69, ap-
proaching the intersection of CR
274/286.
As Coleman's vehicle ap-
proathed the intersection;
Brown failed to safely stop his
truck at the stop sign before
proceeding into the intersec-
tion. As a result, the front por-
tion of Brown's Ford struck the
front portion of Coleman's Nis-
san. Both vehicles were sent in a PHOTOBYUSAF/CAPT.CHRISTIANHELMS
northwesterly direction. Aircraft like this CV-22 Osprey were seen running low in the skies over Jackson County Thursday night.
ee CALHOUN,Page7A Callers were concerned about low flying craft
BYDEBORAH BUCKHALTER arnd saw the craft flying so low to the .~W W g:a ..h W:
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
BExem pti l-.E ground, Roberts said. Others were just r s
Concerned callers lit up the emergency curious. (Editor's note This Osprey fact sheet
lines at the Jackson County Sheriff's Of- Roberts said he understood the con- was provided by a public relations ocer at
save m oney fice on Thursday night as low-flying air- cerns, and that it would be nice if military Hurlburt i eld)
craft buzzed overhead in neighborhoods officials would notify law enforcement Mission: The CV-22 Osprey is a tiltrotor
Special to the Floridan near Marianna Municipal Airport and when such exercises were scheduled aircraft that combines the vertical takeoff,
It is that time of year again the Indian Springs subdivision. here so his dispatchers could explain if hover and vertical landing qualities of a he-
to make applications for tax Jackson County Sheriff Lou Roberts people called in. He doesn't foresee that licopter with the ong-range, fuel efficiency
exemptions. confirmed on.. Friday that he learned happening, however, and said he also and speed characteristics ofa turboprop
Jackson County Property Ap- those were Osprey aircraft deployed to understood the need to keep a tight rein aircraft. Its mission is to conduct long-range
praiser Sharon Cox reminds carry out military training aneuvers on such information. nf il tration and resupply mis-
Jackson County Stationed at Hurlburt Field, an Air Force "We're close to some military bases, sions for special operations forces
home owners special operations wing based in nearby so occasionally they'll train here. I guess Features This versatile, self-deployable
who have moved, Waltoh County, the Osprey CV22s were when you're sitting at your house and aircraft offers increased speed and range
bought or built a here to carry out nighttime formation they're flying low overhead, it is discon- over other rotary-wing aircraft, enblig
home, or placed exercises at Marianna Municipal Airport, certing, but it's also Something that I and, Air Force Special Operations Command
a inobile home performing approaches, landings and I think, most of us are willing to tolerate aircrews to execute long-range special op-
on their property such, according to the public relations because these training sessions are what erations rhissihs.'The CV-22 can performI
Cox in 2013 to make a department at Hurlburt. help keep our country safe. We just have missions that normally would require both
new application Roberts said he also understood they to be patient with it." fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft. T V-
for the homestead exemption in were working in a flight line stretching The Marianna airport, he said, is in a 22 takes off vertically an once airborne,
2014. from Marianna to Tallahassee. Osprey way ideal for the exercises because of its the nacelles I (engie and prop-rotor grop
A mobile home must be de- aircraft have the capacity to behave as history as a flight traning point for mili- on each wing can rotate into a forward si-
clared as real property by the an airplane or convert into helicopter tarypilots. tion.TheCV-22isequippedwithintegrated
owner(s) in the Property Ap- mode. He was not sure how many Ospreys threat countermeasures, terrain-folowin
praiser's Office to be assessed on They worked in the general area for were here, and the Hurlburt source was radar, forward-looking infrared sensor and
the taxroll about two hours, with somie apprehen- also unsure, but civilians reported see- other advanced avionics systems that allow
Property owners must reside sive residents reporting that they feared ing more than one in the air at the same See OSPREY, Page 7A
on their property as of Jan. 1 to a crash was imminent when they heard time.
be eligible for the exemption.
To qualify for the exemption,
the property owner(s) will need
a current Florida driver license C
or Florida ID card, Florida car C ltn e on SR 69 St o d
egistration and, if the owner(s) COStuction begins on SR 69 Staford Creek bridge
vote, a Jackson County voter ID
card for 'the precinct in which Special to the Floridan 3.5 miles north of State Road 20 and pavement markings. Traffic are weather dependent and may
they live. These documents in Blountstown. will usea temporary bridge that be delayed or rescheduled in
should reflect your current ad- Construction begins the week According to the Florida De- willbeerectedparalleltothe cur- the event of inclement weather.
dress and be dated before Jan. 1. of Jan. 6 on a $2.7 million project partment of Transportation, the rpntstructure.Workis scheduled Motorists are reminded to pay
to construct a new bridge over project includes reconstruction to be complete by next winter. attention and use.caution when
See EXEMPTIONS, Page 7A Stafford Creek on State Road 69, of bridge approaches, signage .All transportation activities driving through the work zone.
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I Jewels of Light Tour 2:30 p.m. St. Luke's., cussidn with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire to ited to people with a desire to stop drinking; papers
Publisher Valeria Robertsj;-: :-.: piscopal Church, 4362 Lafayette St..Marianna. stop drinkin will'not be signed.
vroberts@jcfloridan.com *... Free and open topublic. Call 209-4066. !t Anehr ift* Store +"am to'1pl.m. St.
AiCO .StAne's Catholic Church'3009 5th St., Marianna.. .FRIDAY, JANi. 10
o a6riann 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist Cal482 CT Registaion deadline Chipola College.
ioberskiorjcflreunnan.com ACTudent Rgis t deadlinepprtaie- P^
Sdober jChurch, 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna Attendance for. February test dafe. Fo. information, call 718-2211
SCONTACT US limiited tpelple wthdeire to top drinkng WE; NESDAY .AN. 8 '." or visit Www.chippla.edu.
) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.I rthie, AAR tax aide traiinngsession- 9ra.m. to 1 Chamber of Commerce Power Breakfast 7-9
Telephone: 850-526-3614 board roomr of nip5 ltGra evili iOpita mp ksoCountyAgricultural Building- Perin a.m. at the Agricultural Center on Penn Ave. in
FAX: 850-482-4478 5429 College bDfive; irrracehil ele:., Maianna inthe conference roor. Learn Marianna.
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com h ands-on trainingfor electriaOic lepiation ad ; ) Hooks and Needles -10 a.m. at the Jackson.
SStreet Address: "MbNDAY : AN. : fili:ng of tax returns free. If interestedin volunteein Cqunty Public L ibrary, Mariahna Branch. New ard
c 1rStreet Address: 27- .-0)all 718-79 a odut ,na .al ,o- 19... ring. C. Puli L 'r. M B
4403 Constitution Lane Chipola new a-2nd2 retu irnlngo s.tudents 8e1ualol ic n nyn. e 9 hexperienced hand crafters welcometo create, share;
4 403 *ha Ch9p5U.S. 90 Marallnna.W aBnd reeurn ing ddn ls- I ar m S "
Funtil 6 6.hiola College i ls r d Acoholics Anonymous Open Meetingw- Noon: learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631.
Marianareturni g students for prgA & B Fr infor ma to p.m. in the AA.oom of First United Methodist Chess Club 6-8 p.m, First United Methodist
Office Hours: c all718-2211 or visit ww.whipol a.s d Church, 2901Cale St. in Maiania Church on ClintonSt. in Marianna. Sponsored by
Weekdlays, 8a.m.to 5p.m. n Employability Workshop- -2:30 pin l Mrianna : Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8-
One StopCareer Center. Coping with Unempldy THUR.SD~ JAN9 18 years of age in JacksonrCounty. All students and
MISS YOUR PAPE? oment is the workshop. It is free and open tothe ) Forest Certifieation i9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels
including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473.1U ,
You should receive your newspaper no later public. The workshop.is facilitated by a Certified F/IFAS aks County Extension Office, Mar- including beginers are welcome. Ca 693-0473-
tuhan-6a. Ifit dos not arrive call Cic'a Motivational Career Coach. Visit employlflorida.oom amaal Cost $15which includes materials,lunch and a Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at EvangelWorship,
sbitionetee 6 aman:doo e o to register for these informative workshops. breaks. SAF Continuing Forest Education credits Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult
tiontween 6Spring musical theatre auditions 5 p.m:at approved for this workshp:3.5 hours Category3. and teen meetings to "overome hurts, habits and
Friday, and 7a..to lla.m.on Sunday.The Chipola Center for the Artsfor Von Trapp children hours Category 1-CF. Call (352) 219-8717., hang-ps." Dinner: 6 p.m Child care available. Call
Jackson County.Floridah (USPS 271-840) .and 6:30 for adults and others.Contact Charles )) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at TheOaks 209-7856; 573-1131.
is published Tuesday through Fridayland Sirmon718-2227 or sirmonc@chipola.edu. Resthurant U.S. 90 in'Marianna The CCC's focus Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
Sunday mornings.Periodical postage paid Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting is the local community, 'Community, Childlen & p.m. in the AA room of First United Meth6dist
at MaritannaFL "-- 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension LutheranChurch, Character."Cal 526-3142. Church, 2901 Caledonia St.in Marianna.
3975 U.S. 90 W., Marianna. Business meetings are ) St. AnneThrift Store -9 a:m. to1 p.m;St.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, Anne's Catholic Church, 30095th St. Marianna. SATRDAY, JAN. 1
*R IN E RT ESI lessons, help. All quilters welcbme..Cal1209-7638. .Call 482-3734 Alford Community Health Clinic Hours -10
Home delivery: $1.2 per month;3283 Woodmen of the World Lodge 65 monthly Employaility Workshop 2:30 p.m. Mriaana a.m. ntil last patient isseen, at,1770 Carolina St.in
fothriee months; $62.05 forsix months; meeting,- 6 p.m. at'the Oaks Restauraht in One Stop Career Center."Making Positive First Alford. The free clinic for iricone-eligible patients
and $123.45.for oneyear. All prides include Marianna. Installation of officers will-be held. All 6mpressibns" is the workshop. It is free and open to without medical insurance treats short-term ill-
applicable state and local taxes. Mail members encouraged to come and bring a friend. the public. The workshop is facilitated by a Certified nesses and chronic conditions. Appointments avail-
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail $5'co-pay per member. For more info call 482-5255. Motivational Career Coach. Visit employflorida;com able (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins welcome,
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 to registerfor these informative workshops. Sign in before1 a;m.
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one p.m. in the AA room of.First United Methodist Chipoli Regional Workforce Development ) Chipola Chapter, NSDAR, will meet for "Shar.-
:r. ions;an Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Board Executive Committee Meeting 5 p.m. in ing of Quilts" -11a.m.at St. Luke's Episcopal
year. the Workforce Board Community Room,.Marianna. Church, 4362 LafayetteSt., Marianna. Arrive at
ADVERT G TUESDAY, JAN.7 Meetingaccessible toindividuals with disabilities 10:30 to set up quilt display. Bring a brown bag
ADV TISING or physical impairment People with hearing or lunch. Guest welcome. For information contact at
he rse ees the ise Late registration 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipola peech impairments contact Lisa Wells at 718- 638-1947 or cdjordan@bellsouth.net. .
the adrt ise nagrees that the pubisner College Spring classes begin for Terms A &B. For 0456, ext. 101 through the Florida elay system by ))Alcoholics Anonymous Opei Meeting 4:30-
shallnot be liable for damagesarising information, call 718-2211 or visit www.chipola.edu dialing 7-1-1. 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist,
out of errors and advertisements beyond )) Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting )) Chipola RegionalWorkforce ievelopment Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
the amount paid for the space actually Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St:. Board General Meeting 6 p.m. in the Workforce
occupied by that portion of the advertise- Marianna. Board Community Room, Marianna. Meeting ac- SUNDAY, JAN.12
ments in which the error occurred. Whether ) Sewing Circle 1p.m. at Jackson County Senior cessible to individuals with disabilities or physical n Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
such error is due to the negligence of the Citizerts, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianria. Call 'impairments. People with hearing or speech impair 6:30 p.m.tn in AA room of First United Methodist
publisher's employees or otherwise, ahd 482-5028; ments contact Lisa Wells at 718-0456, ext. 101, Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance
there shall be not liability for non-inser- : Employability Workshop 2:30 p.m. Marianna thrqugh the Florida Relay system by dialing 7-1-1. limited to people with a desire to stop drinking.
tion of any advertisement beyond the OneStop Career Center. "Top l Job Search Tips" is p Town of Grand Ridge Council meeting 6 p,m. n Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting -8 p.m. in
advertisthe workshop. It is free and open to the public. The at the Grand Ridge Town hall. Public invited. Call the board room ofCampbellton-Graceville Hospital,
mount paid for such advertisemet.This workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational 592-4621. 5429 College Drive Graceville.
newspapei will not knowingly accept or Gareer Coach.Visit employflorida.com to register u Jackson County Branch of the NAACP
publish illegal material of any kind:Advertis- for these informative workshops. )monthly meeting 6 p:m. St.James MONDAY, JAN 13
ing which expresses preference based on. )) Marianna City Commission Meeting 6 ) The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida Soci- ) Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's
legally protectedpersonal characteristics is p.m. in City Hall, 2898 Green St., Marianna. Public ety, Sons of the American Revolution' meet- Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call
not acceptable. welcome. Call 718-1001. ing-6.30 p.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna 482-2005.
) Writing Center Meeting 6 p.m. at the Jackson forannial officer installation meeting. Program Tickets on sale for Chipola Artist Series event
HOWTO GET YOUR County Public Library, 2929 Green St., Marianna. by Dale Cox speaking on" Daniel Boone in Florida.:' Harpist Annaiaaria Mendieta 2-5 p.m. at
NEWS PUBLISHED Local Author and Historian, Dale Cox, will address Anyone interest in SAR welcome. For more info call Chipola Box Office or online tickets at www.chipola.
the group. Call 482-9631. 594-6664. edu. Tickets are $14 for adults, $10 for age 18 and
The Jackson County Floridan will publish a Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9 Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,, younger. The music and dance program is complete
news of general interest free of charge. p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- with Latin instruments and Flamenco dancers.
Submit your news or Community Calendar The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, PL 32447,
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement,
ahniversary and birth anriouncements. Police Roundup
Forms are available at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good quality and MARIANNA POLICE JACKSON COUNTY burglar alarm, one power line n James Pumphrey, 20, 2085
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the. DEPARTMENT SHERIFFS OFFICE down, nine traffic stops, two Garry Ave, Sneads, violation of
right to edit all submissions. civil disputes, one trespass conditional release.
right to edit all submissions. The Marianna Police De- The Jackson County Sheriff's complaint, one assault, one n Jasmine Peterson, 24, 1457
GETTING IT RIGHT partment listed the following Office and county fire/rescue suicide attempt, three ani- Carver Drive, Panama City, fail-
The Jackson County Floridans polic incidents for Jan. 2, the latest reported the mal complaints, 22 property ure to pay fine-no valid driver's
is to correct County Floridan's omptlolicy. To available report: One drunk ' following checks, one assist of a motorist license.
report an err orap pcall pedestrian, one hospice incidents for or pedestrian, one retail theft, n Ronnie Owen, 45, 206 NG
Mondan erroFrida se call 526-3614 death, one stolen tag, one sus- Jan. 2, the lat- two 911 hang-ups, one welfare St., Albion, WA, fugitive from
Monday-Friday. picious person, one burglary, M E est available check, four transports and one justice.
one verbal disturbance, one report: Five threat/harassment complaint. a Brandon Tyus, 25, 2340 Wal-
power.line down, two traffic accidents, one ters Road, Cottondale, violation
stops, one larceny complaint, stolen tag, one stolen vehicle, JACKSON COUNTY of county probation.
one noise disturbance, one one abandoned vehicle, one CORRECTIONAL FACILITY n John Bryan, 43,5075 Bass-
animal complaint,'one sex .suspicious vehicle, one suspi- wood Road, Bascom, driving
offense, one assist of another cious incident, two suspicious The following people were under the influence, possession
agency, one open door or win- people, one clothing escort, booked into the county jail dur- of a controlled substance.
dow discovered on patrol, one one funeral escort, one high- ing the latest reporting periods: a Russell Green, 49, 1964
threat/harassment complaint, way obstruction, one report ) Nathan Pelt, 27, 4233 Roul- Blank Lane, Sneads, hold for
and 14 home security of mental illness, 12 medical hac St., Marianna, violation of court, hold for DOC.
I JCFLORIDAN.CO M checks. calls, four traffic crashes, one state probation. Jail Population: 198








Birth
Resolve to be honest with yourself J was
D on't make prom- would we call them? During the start of in themselves for not born at 8:12 a.m. on Dec.
ises you can't keep Wishful thinkers, hopeful 2014, why not make a sticking to their planned 27 at Jackson Hospital in
for 2014. It's a dreamers, pretenders, or NewYear's resolution to changes at the beginning Marianna. He weighed 7
brand new year, and many just plain be "honest with myself," of each year that they've pounds 15 ounces and
folks are happy to see the lazy might and make solid, realistic given up on trying new was 202 inches long at
end of what has been a all fit the bill. decisions to improve in a things that could ben- birth. His parents are '
tough year. If we have comfortable manner. In efit their lives. There are Kally Tyus and Jesse :
As usual, some folks are never walked other words, we should already enough stressful Moore. Grandparents are
so excited about a New or run a make resolutions we can situations in our world, so Jesse and Beth Moore,
Year that they are making quarter of and will keep. we shouldn't add more by Lana and Clay Knight,
NewYear's resolutions Thomas a mile, why For most of us, mak- biting off more than we Misty and Gary Boyd and
concerning a variety of Vincent would we ing smooth, consistent can chew. Sandy and John Butler.
things. In many situations MUlrphy promise our- changes will work much It's good for each of us to He joins four siblings,
some people's NewYear's selves we'll better than abrupt ones, do what we can to better Allison Tyus, Eli Moore,
resolutions will have a walk or run a mile every in more ways than one. ourselves, but the way we Keeley Moore and Miley
very familiar ring to them. day? If every meal we eat Instead of becoming dis- go about doing so is the Moore.
Maybe it's because they've contains meat, why would appointed or disgusted in key to being successful.
been making those same we promise ourselves we our lack of achievements, Don't give up; just read- 50th nlliversary
NewYear's resolutions will not eat a drop of meat we will be proud and just and try to accomplish 50th A v
for the last five years but during the new year and excited about the changes realistic goals. Some of us
haven't fulfilled any of we'll become a serious taking place; and look need challenges that will
them yet.. vegetarian? It's not impos- forward to continuing the help stimulate us while
To call these individu- sible, but without some process of improving. we're living in this uncer-
als procrastinators seems, serious prayer it would be Some people have tain world. Move forward
a little harsh, but what a tough task? become so'disappointed with confidence.


Historic agreement signed with Florida A&M
SSpecial to the Floridan
Superintendent Regi-
nald James and the Gads-
den County School Board
have again shown their
commitment to provid-
ing enhanced educational
opportunities for stu-
dents in the district who
are interested in pursuing,
a college education after
graduation. SUBMITTEDPHOTO
Currently the district of- Mr. & Mrs. Arlon Stephens
fers such programs as theMr ars A don Sns
fers such programs as te Arlon and Barbara Ste- Eastside Baptist Church
STEM and Career Acade-
STEM and Career ollmAcade phens will celebrate their in Marianna on Sunday,
mies, TCC dual enrollment
ad a50th anniversary on Jan. Jan 12, from 2-4p.. All
such as SSTRIDE, TRIO 10. Their children and friends and family are
such as SSTD, B T. grandchildren will honor invited to attend; No gifts,
To add to these initia- them with a reception at please.
tives, the superinten-
dent and board recently Birth da
entered into a first-time
agreement with the board SUBMITED PHOTO
of trustees of Florida A&M Pictured (from left) are: Dr. Melvin Roberts, East Gadsden principal; Ariel Howard; Devondre
UnivErsity to offer dual Shaw; and Curtis Richardson, STEM coordinator.
enrollment through the Jackson, the district's K-12 students," said Dr. Melvin This spring, Ariel How-
College of Agriculture and director. Sheis also cred- Roberts, the new principal ard and Devondre Shaw
Food Sciences. ited with working out the at East Gadsden. will be the first to enroll in
Though open to any' details of the, agreement Students will get a.head- AGG4420,tHumanSustain-
eligible Gadsden student, with FAMU. Beginning start on college and save, ability. Plans are to greatly
this effort is designed to with the spring 2014 se- money on. later college enhance the number of,
serve as a pipeline to the mester, the university will costs. Dean Robert Taylor students taking the FAMU
university for students offer a sequence of three of the FAMU CoAFS says course in the fall term and
interested in agriculture, courses where eligible he and the faculty are look- to broadenthe course of-
such as those enrolled students can earn high ing forward to Gadsden's ferings in the future.
in the' Plant Biotechnol- school and college credit students being a part of. Any student interested
ogy Aiademy at East simultaneously. the college and promises in this dual ,enrollment
Gadsden. "We are excited, about scholarships and other program can contact their
The Academywas begun this neW partnership with forms of aid if they enroll guidance counselor. or
three years ago under the FAMU and the opprtuni- at the university upon call Curtis Richardson at
leadership of Dr. Sylvia ties it will provide for our graduation. 662-2300.


Pollock graduates from basic traiing Sean RileyMcCoy will Coy ofFort Lauderdale
turn five years old on and the grandson of John
Specialto the Floridan of training, Pollock stud- militaryweapons,chemicrd justice system? basic Jan. 31. He is the son of and Margaret McCoy Sr.
ied the Arrty mission, warfare and bayonet train- first aid. He participat- Michael and Keisha Mc- of Marianna.
Army National Guard history, tradition and core ing, drill and ceremony, ed in foot marches and
Pvt. Jerry J.C. Pollock has values and physical marching, rifle marksman- field training exercises.lplant BEFORE
graduated from basic fitness. ship, armed and unarmed Pollock is the son of a plant
.combat training at Fort He received instruc- combat, map reading, Stormie McWilliams and buildsarchesfor THE
Jackson, Columbia, S.C. tion and practice in field tactics, military the grandson of Michelle Dallas bridge
During the nine weeks basic combat skills, courtesy, the military Weeks, both'ofSneads. TAMPA-ATampa BOTTOM
steel plant is building
two giant arches that DROPS
Basic correctional officer course enrolling wrtowernearly300feet U
over a Dallas river. OUT...
Special to the Floridan ton-Holmes Technical Center offers by Jan 22. The'arches are part SELL YOUR
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cessfully complete the program will five-day academies. This'allows stu- enforcement. The program is Pell- more people.
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Alabama Florida reject keeping water data secret __-_
The Associated Press
The Associated Press by'aprivate group. had concerns about in- The stakeholder group
The Apalachicola-Chat- formation leaks from an had voted to keep its data
GAINESVILLE, Ga.- AI- tahoochee-Flint Stake- ongoing water study con- secret until it could be re- a
abama and Florida have holders group had sought ducted by the Georgia leased as part of an overall
rejected a proposed plan to keep the data confiden- Institute of Technology's plan on water usage, the
to keep secret the results of tial. The Times of Gaines- Georgia Water Resources focus of ongoing legal bat-
a water study being done ville reports that the group Institute. ties between the states.






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Tallahassee Democrat UZALL, OL QARY 1
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Giant snakes pose LW aNTO ,,


a serious threat ,
n the Everglades, an area synonymous with Florida
wildlife, Burmese pythons now slither through the
river of grass. The invasive snakes can grow to more
than 20 feet long and weigh more than 200 pounds.
One 16-footer was found with a full-grown deer in its
belly. Others have devoured alligators. Sightings in the
Everglades of raccoons, opossums, bobcats and other
mammals have plhmmeted.
Just west of Miami, state biologists are taking a survey
based on the suspicion that rock pythons are now
established there. The rock python, the largest snake in
Africa, will eat almost anything.
Meanwhile, in a federal court in Washington, D.C., the
United States Association of Reptile Keepers is suing to
overturn a ban on the inportation and transportation e a ..
of four constrictor snakes including the Burmese o ,aW t01s
python.
That's crazy, .l politicall r Obamaa
InJanuary2012, the U.S. Fish and Wldlife Service Democrats will pay liically for Obamacare
taking into account public comnments and business pa
and environmental analyses banned the Burmese As Democrats survey a troubled already had. Taxpayer-paid sub-
python, yellow anaconda, and the northern and south- 2014 political landscape, it's easy to sidies would go to lower-income
er African pythons as injurious wildlife. The rule was forget how optimistic they seemed Americans.
announced at a news conference in the Everglades. less than a year ago. "The Affordable Care Act was not
Those who already owned snakes could keep them "I would expect that Nancy Pelosi designed to reduce tosts or, the
unless possession was illegal under state law, as it is is going to be speaker again pretty law's name notwithstanding, to
in Florida for the Burmese python. But they could not soon," President Oba na told cheer- make health insurance coverage
bring them across state lines. ing House Democrats at a part y mr affordable for the vast majority of
However, the United States Association of Reptile retreat las* February. Americans,-' health care consultant
Keepers says the ban is crippling the onstricting-snake In the rosy scenario that took hold Kip Piper told USA Today. "The law
industry, which brought in $100 illion in revenue in some Democratic circles, the stipports the president. uses taxpayer dollars to lower costs
each year about a tenth of the $1.0 billion to $1.4 bil- party was positioned t recapture "Those lidnd of numbers spelled for the low-income uninsured, but
lion generated-by the reptile industry as a whole. the House in%2014 and aintain early trouble for the Demrocrats it also increases costs overall and
"Many thousands of small businesses are financially control ofhe Serabfe, llow- before the 1994 and 2010 midterns, shifts costs within the marketplace."
reliant on this trade," USARK said. ing Obamid to defy ti e history of and for the GOP before the 2006 It was a clever strategy, allowing
A key allegation is that the Fish and Wildlife Service second-term pesidential decline. electiohs," CNN polling director Democrats to ell their bill as a defi-
used improper climate data to calculate where the inva- Great successesland good years lay Keating Holland reported on the cit cutter that wouldn't raise taxes
sive snakes could survive in the:wild. In trying to guess ahead. network's website. oin the vast majority of Americans.
where these snakes can or can't survive, let's err on the Had Democrats forgotten Obam Meawhile, support for Obam -But the public had to find oit even-
side of caution. As South Florida can attest, once an in- acarethe law they passed in 2010 acare, already low, could fall further tually. 'ACA taxes were imposed
vasive species is established, there is no eliminating it. that was scheduled to take effect as more middle-income Americans only on high-income people," the
Besides, Florida continues to attract people from in 2014? It almost seemed as if they voters fiure out that they are conservative writer David Frum
all over the country with the same gentle climate that had. the ones who will be paying forthe noted recentlyin a series of tweets
altowslthe snakes to thrive. So if the snakes are freely' Obaa and his allies put off the Democrats' national health care "But large costs fall on themiddle
traded elsewhere, you:know where somewill wind up. arrival of Obamacare until after the scheme. class, too, in the hidden, kludgy
The spread of creatures that pose such a threat should president faced reelection in 2012. In 2009 and 2010, Obama, Pelosi form of rate hikes. 'Obamacare is
be stopped. Let's hope the courtsees it that way, too. His administration also delayed and their fellow Democrats sold deficit neutral' wasn't technically.
releasing key.rules regarding the Obamacare as a kind of miracle. a lie, but it was highly misleading.
law until after the election for fear It would give health insurane to The middle class will pay and is
l i oxvile te A of angering voters. But now they 30 million-previously uncovered paying." i
can't put it off any longer. 2014 pedple and cut the federal deficit Did most Americans understand
SNews-Sentind el will be the year Democrats pay for by more than a trillion dollars at that when Obamacare was passed
Obamacare. the same time. And the only taxes and signed into law? Unlikely But
Start the new yearbynot When Obana spoke to the House needed to pay for it all would fall on 2014 will be the year they find out.
..t eretreat, polls consistently showed the very wealthy. It seemed impos- And they are unlikely to be kind to
r ining nd dDemocrats leading in the so-called sible, but that's what they claimed. the people who sold them that bill
dn i. and dn "generic ballot" question, that Now, millions of middle-income of goods. Democrats can comfort
is, whethervoters will choose a Americans who probably felt themselves by noting that the
e. wYear's Eve has passed again, bringingwith Democratic or aRepublican repre- safe from Obamacare's taxes are public disapproves-of Republicans,
S it the rituals of the holiday: Champagne corks sentative in the next election. Now, learning that they will pay for the too. But if Obamacare is a major
popped, the ball in Times Square dropped and however, there's been a big swing program after all, in the form of political issue in Noember 2014
revelers sang "Auld Lang Syne." away from Democrats and toward higher premiums. Democrats con- and indications are that it will be
And; unfortunatey, too many people attempted to Republicans. structed a system in which insur- then Democrats will be the party
drive home after having too much to drink. Add to the In addition, a netw CNN poll ance companies would be forced to that pays. And all their optimism
list of NewYear's traditions our plea to act responsibly. found that55 percent of voters cover more people and then spread of 2013will seem like it was a long;
Alcohol impairs judgment, concentration aid coordi- survey ed said that when it comes to the cost around among those who lor g time ago.
nation. When drinking to excess, a person is more easily congressional.races, they're more had coverage all along, meaning
confused, vision and hearing.are compromised, and likely to vote for a candidate who many middle-income Americans Byron York is chief poitical correspdndentfor
reaction time is severely reduced. opposes Obama than one who will have to pay more for what they The Washigton Examiner.
Though the legal limit for alcohol concentration in
the blood is .08 percent, signs of impairment begin at
.02 percent, according to the Centers for Disease Con- hat e coud learn m enr
In Tennessee, state troopers arrested 11 Wpercent more
trol andPrev enioIn percent more
people in 2013 for driving under the influence. Al'cohol- s Congress begins t e struggle said, "It is our belief that social
related crashes are lower than in 2012, but more than over raising the federal mini- justice begins at home ... believ-
2,000 occurred. Fourtimeslast year, deadly head-on um wage,s e can gain some ing as wedo, that a division of our
crashes happened on Interstate 40 in downtown Knox- historical perspective from an event earnings between capital and labor
ville when driveis were driving the wrong way. Alchol 100 years ago this week. is unequal, we have sought a plan of
played a part in some of the wrecks. On Jan. 5; 1914, Henry Ford did relief suitable for our business."
Alternatives to driving are simple: Take public'trans- something extraordinary, even for' Newspapers hailed Ford's gener-
portation, hireStaxicabs or use a designated driver. Even him. osity and humanity. Critics won-
if you are not drinking, be alert to the driving of others. The man who developed the M arshaMercer dered if he was a socialist. The Wall
Remaining sober, unfortunately, is no shield against a Model T and the moving assembly Street Journal complained that he
drunk driver. Party hosts, should be on the lookout for line.called a news conference in and'the District of Columbia are ex- had brought "biblical or spiritual
signs of intoxication in guests, and offer a guest room or Detroit and stunneci the world by pected to, follow in the coming year. principles into a field where they do
a spot on the couch for those who would put them- announcing that workers in his fac- Democrats on Capitol Hill want not belong."
selves and others at risk by driving. tory would make $5 per day, more to raise the rate to $10.10 in three But Ford's ploy worked as he
SA'new year is a time for celebration we bid farewell than doubling the average worker's steps over two years and index fu- intended. Thousands,of job-seekers
to the old and welcome in the new. We want you to be wages. ture increases to inflation. President flocked to the FordMotor Com-
around well into 2014. "Even the boywho sweeps uip the Barack Obama supports the move. pany employment officefrom the
floors will get that much," the New Even though polls show most American South as well as Europe.
2- PA r HA N ITTN r A! York Times reporter marveled. Americans favor raising the ivage Thrnover in the factory declined,
Sr Every schoolchild-knows that floor, it's a no-go in the House, and with an eight-hour day, Ford
S THAT 4N THAN NqO CAFACTERS? when Ford hiked wages, his em- where Republicans say doing so is a could run three shifts instead of
ployees were able to buy the cars job-killer because employers won't two, increasing productivity. Ford
..they built, which had the salubri- hire as many young, inexperienced Motor Company's profits doubled
t . ous business effect of increasing workers if individualwages are from 1914 to 1916.
___company sales. higher. Today the public is focusing on
__The governiment didn't order In Ford's case, there was another, the plight of low-wage earners. Fast-
Ford to raise his wages, of course, more practical reason for raising food workersin at least a hundred
but proponents of raising the workers' pay. His primary objective cities have staged walkouts to call
federal minimum wage say doing was to reduce attrition, according to for pay of $15 an hour, and the right
so is a matter of fairness. Someone a corporate history. Worker turn- to form unions.
Sworking full time should not live in over on the monotonous assembly. The coming struggle over raising
poverty. A full-time minimum wage lines was high. At the same time the federal minimum wage may
Sworker makes $15,000 a year. If she he raised pay, he cut the workday be mostly politiCal theatrics in an
has a child, her income falls below from nine hours to eight and said election year, but it raises questions
'the Poverty level of $15,510 for a he'd share profit with men workers about work and its rewards. It can't
family of two in 2013. (but not boys or women unless they be healthy to see every policy ques-
Besides, and here's where Ford's were supporting families. It was tion as a game with winners and
example comes in handy, increas- 1914, remember.) losers: If workers win, employers
ing the buying power of low-wage Ford had innovative ways of treat- have to lose. Why?
workers helps boost the economy. ing employees. No one would be As Ford showed 100 years ago,
When people on the margin get fired unless for "unfaithfulness or sometimes doing the right thing
E more money; they spend it. irremediable inefficiency." If layoffs can make everyone a winner. The
8 Thirteen states and several cities were necessary due to decreased $5-a-day wage helped create the
are wishing workers a haippy New .demand, he would try to time them American middle class.
5TA ~ Year by raising minimum wage rates with the harvest season so'that men
in 2014. In all, 21 states will have wouldn't "lie idle and dissipate their Marsha Mercerwritesfrom Washington. Contact
2014 Jff thir/ist niveal higher hourly rates than the federal savings." herat marsha.mercer@yahoo.com. 2014
2014 Jeff Stahler/Dist. by Universal UClick for UFS $7.25 an hour. Eleven Other states Ford's treasurer, James Couzens, Marsha Mercer. All rights reserved.




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New Year newborns, life essentials and investments

"What about this over- birth was also especially world population to reach with an investment families along with price of utility companies
crowded land?..." significant, even beyond one billion? It took from column? First, let's con- new technologies, generally do not shine
"Mercy, Mercy Me" by the borders the beginning of time to sider consumer staples. In our view, investing in a rising interest rate
Marvin Gaye of Sarajevo, the aforementioned date, What will all these new in the companies that environment, it is tough
and had 1799. However long you global residents need? produce or supply these to beat those stable,
E ach Jan. 1, commu- global think that period of time Among other things, needs may not be a bad get-paid-every-quarter
nities throughout implica- was, it was very definitely they'll need food, shelter, idea. This is the time of dividends that can offer a
Florida celebrate tions. slow growth compared to and clothing, and per- year when market prog- bond-like equity in an en-
the first baby born in the Margaret Adnan's current trends. Our latest sonal care products, like nosticators are plentiful, vironment where holding
new calendar year. Who McDowell birth, you new billion in population diapers and toothpaste. so here's our two cents. longer term debt may be a
will this baby become, see, pushed growth was achieved in -They'll need pet food, For 2014, continue to risky proposition.
we wonder. Will we know the world's only 12 years. nail clippers, brushes look for U.S. multi-na-
this child as an adult? population to six billion The United Nations re- and combs. They'll need tional corporations whose Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC, AIF,
Will he or she remain a people. cently revised its popula- health care and educa- shares are still selling at a syndicated economic columnist,
local resident; perhaps In the 75 years before tion growth estimates. The tion and transportation reasonable prices. Chartered Financial Consultant and
even become a commu- Adnan was born, from U.N. now estimates that and computers and Depending on your Accredited Investment Fiduciary,
is the founder of Arbor Wealth
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local birth inspires us and population tripled. Two 2100, the world's popula- consume ever-increas- objectives, you may want 6121-www.arborwealth.net), a
speaks of limitless pos- hundred years before tion will be 10.8 billion, ing amounts of energy. In to favor those companies "Fee-Only" Registered Investment
sibilities and the future. Adnan was born, in 1799, instead of 10.1 billion, short, they'll need all of who value their share- Advisory Firm located near Destin,
Adnan Nevic was born there were only 1 billion So how is a report on the life's essentials, the same holders and prove it by FL. Arbor Wealth specializes in
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Sarajevo, Bosnia. Adnan's How long did it take the curve commensurate raising our children and each year. While the share able assets.



Quiet start in Fla. for new health insurance reform

The Associated press "Even if they do have insurance
he they wait and do things when it's
MIAMI It has only been a convenient forthem."
few days since Irene Jacusis' Dr. Alan Harmon, a Jackson-
new health insurance under the 4 ville gastroenterologist and
Affordable Care Act took effect, president of the Florida Medical
but the secretary has already Association, said patient loads
scheduled a surgery for were also way down at his office
Monday. this week, which is common in
Jacusis, 50, is having a benign the first few'days of the year.
tumor removed from her uterus. wk The health care law's troubled
She couldn't afford to meet the rollout has been an easy target
$5,000 deductible under her for Republicans, who have criti-
old insurance plan so she didn't cized the website and seized on
have the surgery. Under her new a public relations nightmare
silver plan, she has a $1,600 de- when existing policies were can-
ductible and pays a monthly celled, prompting the president
$150 premium. The government apologize for promising that
also kicks in $226 each month. people who liked their old plans
She's one of more than 18,000 could keep them.
Floridians who signed up for -The shaky start could provide
health insurance. The Jan. 1 start more fodder for Florida Repub-
date brings the most personal licans this legislative 'session as
test yet for President Barack Democrats try again to expand
Obama's health care overhaul as Medicaid coverage to roughly 1
patients begin to seek care, shift- million people.
ing the burden for implementing Supporters point to Florida's
the law to insurance companies THEASSOCIATEO PRESSFILE high enrollment numbers in
and healthcare providers. Johanna Diaz (left) talks with senior certified enrollment specialist Marlene Nesmithat a Healthcare Marketplace the federal exchange as a sign of
A surge in late applications try- office in Miami. pent up demand. The Sunshine
ing to meet the Dec. 23 deadline, State led the country in enroll-
-which was extended twice, has agent Leslie Glogau. exchanges are still waiting for In Florida, home to roughly ment among the 36 states using
overloaded government agen- She spent roughly seven hours ID cards, said Dr. Aaron Elin, 3.5 million uninsured residents, the federal exchange with nearly
cies, creating stacks of yet-to- on the phone with Humana this a Broward County obstetrician. many experts predict the de- 14,500 Floridians signing up in
be-processed paperwork from week trying to confirm that four But he said doctors and hospi- mand for doctor's appointments November.
people unsure about whether of her clients' applications did tals can still treat those patients will be high as patients rush to Jacusis, a New Port Richey
they have insurance. Health in- go through. Their applications because their offices can verify schedule appointments that resident who has been without
surance companies complained had been processed, but Glogau benefits with insurers directly. had been put off for years be- insurance for the bulk of eight
they were receiving thousands said she had 20 or 30 clients who "It's going to be more coin- cause they didn't have insurance years, said she's ecstatic about
of faulty applications from the enrolled in plans in the federal plicated, of course, because it or couldn't afford it. her new plan. She didn't mind
government. That means early marketplace but are still wait- takes more time, but we can see Elkin, former president of waiting more than 45 minutes
this year insured patients could ing to get their information them," he said. Broward County Medical As- on the phone with her insurer
go for a medication refill or packets and ID cards from Major drug store chains such sociation, said his office hasn't Friday to get her ID numben
turn up in the emergency room insurers. as CVS and Walgreens have an- received any calls from newly "It's peace of mind knowing
- only to be told there is no re- "There are a lot of people on nounced they will help custom- insured patients yet. that as healthy as I am, because
cord of their coverage. my books that aren't able to ac- ers who face coverage glitches, "The truth is people don't re- there are silent killers out there,
"I'm getting daily phone calls cess anything. They'e just wait- even providing temporary sup- ally work that way," said Elkin, that I can go to the doctor for
from people who are a little ner- ing," she said. plies of medications without in- who predicted patient loads will these annual checkups and for
vous," said Orlando insurance 'Most of the patients in the sisting on ulj-front payment. increase gradually over the year. the slightest symptom."

State Briefs
Appeal court
SFAMU will interview at Dallas; Joan Robinson, A suspect was killed in The state switched over
six candidates the former provost for the shootout. Another t6 the $63 million system
Morgan State Univer- man, 38-year-old Aphrey in October. Since then,
sides ith an TALLAHASSEE A sity in Baltimore; and Benjamin Collis, was ar- there have been contin-
Florida A&M University WoodrowWhitlow, a top rested and charged with ued complaints about
search committee will administrator with NASA. two counts of attempted unemployed Floridians
elf-defense cla m interview six candidates murder of a law enforce- frustrated at their ability
for president. Suspect killed, two ment officer, to process claims.
The committee on ofC@ wounded The state has been fin-
The Associated Press tra.ting about the way the Friday picked the finalists V i State, vendor clash ing Deloitte Consulting
law is structured," said Mi- from a list of nearly 50 CRESTVIEW- Authori- over claims wbsit $15,000 a day since Dec.
MIAMI AMiami-Dade ami-Dade Chief Assistant candidates for the post. ties say one suspect was laimS ite 23andhas-withheld a $3
appeals court has agreed State Attorney Kathleen Those chosen for inter- killed and two officers TALLAHASSEE Flor- million payment.
with a man's claim of im- Hoague. "It is devastating views are Dianne Suber, were wounded while'ex- ida officials and the com- Deloitte this week sent
munity under Florida's for the victims' families, the president of Saint ecuting a search warrant pany that built the state's a letter contending that
"stand your ground" law in They never get to have Augustine's University in in/the Florida Panhandle. new unemployment it has met its contractual
of th e 2008 shooting de, aths their day n court before a Raleigh, N.C.; John Maup- Crestview police report claims website are clash- obligations.
of two men outside, P juryoe in, president of the More- that members of the ing over who's to blame
restaurant. Prosecutors charged house School of Medicine department's SWAT team for ongoing problems. From wire reports
In a decision Thursday, Mobley months after re- in Atlanta; Elmira Man- entered the home Thurs-
the court ordered that viewing surveillance foot- gum, vice president of day night. One officer was
murder charges against age that captured. the planning and budget for shot in the right leg while
Gabriel Mobley be dis- altercation. Cornell University; John another was shot in the
missed. Third District Mobley's defense attor- Price, president of the left. Both were expected
Court of Appeals Judge neys hailed the ruling, say- University of North Texas to recover.
Linda Ann Wells wrote ing Jason Jesus Gonzalez
in the 2-1 opiniofi that and Rolando Carrazana
Mobley acted reasonably were the aggressors.
because the slain men "Anyone who says that ,
were the aggressors even Mr. Mobley had other op-
though they were tions or time to make a
unarmed. long, thought-out decisioin 6 anf
"The shooting at issue beforeusingforce, hasnev- co.
did not occur in a vacu- er been in that unthink- r
um," Wells wrote. "Mobley able situation- where the .
did not shoot two inno- possibility of never again
cent bystanders who just seeing your family hinges
happened upon him on a on your split-second reac-
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aid that they will appeal peals court has overruled a
the decision. lower court judge and ex-
"This is what is so frus- tendedimmunity, IL





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Texas library offers glimpse of bookless future

The Associated Press
SAN ANTONIO Texas .
has seen the future of the
public library, and it looks
a lot like an Apple Store:
Rows of glossy iMacs
beckon. iPads mounted
on a tangerine-colored
bar invite readers. And
hundreds of other tablets
stand ready for checkout
to anyone with a borrow-
ing card.
Even the librarians imi-
tate Apple's dress code,
wearing matching shirts A computer screen displays books available at BiblioTech.
and that standard-bearer patrons who were unfazed that recently opened in
of geek-chic, the hoodie. THEASSOCIATEDPRESSPHOTOS by measly fines and lax nearby suburban Kyle cost
But this $2.3 million li- Patrons use computers at BiblioTech, a first of its kind digital public library in San Antonio, enforcement. that city about $1 million
brary might be most no- Texas. But in the nearly four more than BiblioTeci.
table for what it does not BiblioTech. It is the first ExceptAppleStores aren't literacy with so few re- months since BiblioTech On her firstvisit, 19-year-
have any actual books. ookless public library usually found in parts of sources available?" she opened, Elkholf has yet to old Abigail Reyes was only
That makes Bexar Coun- system in the country, ac- town like this. BiblioTech said. lend out one of her pricey looking fora quiet space to
ty's BiblioTech thenation's cording to information is on the city's economi- Residents are taking ad- tablets and never see it study for an algebra exam.
only. bookless public li- gathered by the American cally depressed South Side vantage now. The library is again. The space is also But she got a quick tutorial
brary, a distinction that Library Association. and shares an old strip on pace to surpass 100,000 moreeconomicalthantra- from a librarian on how
has attracted scores of dig- Similar proposals in oth- mall with a Bexar County visitors in its first year. ditional libraries despite to search for digital books
ital bookworms, plus em- er communities have been government building.' On Finding an open iMac the technology: BiblioTech and check out tablets be-
issaries from as far away met with doubts. In Cali. a recent afternoon, one among the four dozen at purchases its 10,000-title fore plopping down on a
as Hong Kong who wantto fornia, the city of Newport confused couple walked BiblioTech is often diffi- digital' collection for the rowof sleek couches.
learn about the idea and Beach floated the concept into the library looking for cult after the nearbyhigh sameprice as physicalcop- "I kind of miss the
possibly take it home. of a bookless branch in the justice of the peace. school lets out, and about ies, but the. couity saved books," Reyes said. "Idon't
"I told.our people that 2011 until a backlash put San Antonio is the na- half of the facility's e-read- millions on architecture like being on the tablets
you need to take a look stacks back in the plan. tion's seventh-largest city ers are checked ut at any because the building's de- and stuff like that. It hurts
at this. This is the future," Nearly a decade earlier in but ranks 60th in literacy, given time, each loaded sign didn't.need to accom my eyes."
said Mary Graham, vice Arizona, the Tucson-Pima according to census fig- with up to five books. Qne modate printedbooks. Across the room, Rose-
president of South Car- library system opened ures. Back in the. early of BiblioTech's regulars is "Ifyo havebookshelves, maryCaballeo tried shop-
olina's Charleston Metro an all-digital branch, but 2000s, community leaders a man' teaching himself you have to structure the ping for health insurance
Chamber of Commerce."If residents who said they in Bibliotech's neighbor- Mandarin. building so it can hold all on a set of.computersre-
you're going to be build- wanted books ultimately hood of ow-income apart- Head librarian 'Ashley of that weight," Elkholf served for enrollment in
ing new library facilities, got their way. ments and .thrift stores Elkholf came from a tra said. "Books ard heaiy, if the Affordable Care Act.
this is what you need to Ie Graham toured -.Biblio- railed about not even hav ditional. Wisconsin high you've everhad one fall on Her restless 2-year-old ran
doing." Tech in the fall and is push- ing a nearby bookstore, school library did recalled your foot., around andpawed at a row
All-digital libraries' have ing Charleston leaders for .said Laura Cole, Biblio- the scourges of her oldjob Up the road in Austin, for of keyboards. The littlegirl
been on college campuses a bond measure this year Tech's prject coordinator. misshelved items hope- xample, the cityis build- shrieked loudly, shattering
for years. But the county, to fund a similar concept, A decade later, Cole said, lessly lost in 'the stacks, ing a downtown library to 'the main room's quiet. She
Swhich runs no other li- right down to the same hip m6st families in i the area pagesthoughtlesslyripped open in 2016 at a cost of was soon whisked outside
braries,' made history aesthetic reminiscent of still don't have wi-fi. out of books and items $120 million. Even a small- by her father.
when it decided to open Apple. "How do you advance that. went unreturned by er traditional public library After all, it's still a library.



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importance of' explor- placement 13 years ago. tween utilities, food gas
ing' insurance optionis "I'd been calling and call- or monthly health insur-
under the federal health ing and calling, and a lot of ance. One woman asked
overhaul. people would have given Mitchell about the fiee
People in the conserva- up. It's discouraging." for not having health in-
tive-leaning area tend to Rudey Ballard, an insur- surance. She laughed
Shave a bad impression of ance broker in Rexburg, and said the $95 is much
President Obamas signa- Idaho has been selling more affordable than a
ture law because of nega- health care policies for monthly health insurance
tive messages they hear on ': two decades. In addition bill.
talk radio or from friends, to his brokerage down-
-said Mitchell, inarket- town, his six-person office
ing director for a network staffs a; small kiosk.at the
'of nonprofit health clin- local Wal-Mart, just down ,
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abut the coverage s they sign up people in rural Florida to participate in the Affordable Care Act. country alllocal law-
about the, coverage they country --- all local law-
accept. pitch was Laressa Bow- es the 96'0-square mile "We're finding that even makers are GOP, and resi-
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Act in rural areas face sim- ."I get frustrated because exchange. The spread-out up to," she said. "Those 2012. Ballard sometimes
ilar difficulties. Coupled I hear so much stuff. The county has only 42,000 are huge hurdles for us to finds himself the target
'with the well-publicized politicians who put the residents. try to conquer in a large of criticism when he's
glitches for the onlinein- system into place have lost "There are many chal- countylikethis." manning the Wal-Mart
surance marketplaces, their sense of reality. They lenges we're facing right Kathy Bannister receritly booth. u ArtSOn
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bituarExtension advises care for plants, animals

James & Sikes Funeral morial donations may be ,
Home Maddox Chapel made to Sylvania Cemetery
Marianna, Fl. Fund, c/o Myrtle Smith. Special to the Floridan protect delicate plants cal contact with plastic sheltered. Young poultry
370 Smithtown Road, with appropriate covers, or glass cover during will need supplemental
Bainbridge, GA 39819. With the recent periods Plants that might have the cold period; both heat and shelter from
Harry Lee Mr. Smith was born Sep- of subfreezing overnight emerged from dormancy substances are excellent nightly temperatures.
tember 20, 1922 in temperatures, and the during the brief Decem- conductors of freezing For information, call
Fontenot Bainbridge, GA, the son of possibility of the cold ber warm period could be temperatures and will theUF/IFASWakulla
Edwin Cook Smith and weather continuing into especially susceptible to damage plant tissue. Extension office at 850-
Mr. Harry Lee Fontenot, Emma Ruth Johnson next week, the UF/IFAS freeze damage. Pets and livestock, 926-3931, or the Jackson
75, of Grand Ridge, passed Smith. He was a graduate Wakulla Extension office It is important that especially young animals, County Extension at
waye inuaryand idg24 at hi oad Facevile Frid Schoe reminds homeowners to plants do not have physi- should be appropriately 482-9620.
da. hospital for 32 years as a
Funeral services will be waste water treatment op-
conducted Tuesday in Iota, erator and was a lifelong
Lusianna. Please log on to farmer. Mr. Smith was a
jamesandsikesfuneralhom member of Sylvania United
es.com for additional infor- Methodist Church.
mation. Survivors include his
wife of 70 years, Myrtle
yFunel HoeIn. Smith of Bainbridge, GA;
Ivey Funeral Hom, I. his sons, Ronald W. Smith
P.O. Box 879 and his wife, Gail, of
Bainbridge, GA 39818 Valdosta, GA and Dennis R.
229-246-3232 Smith and his wife, Denise,
of Bainbridge, GA; his
brothers, Hubert Smith
G. Willis and his' wife, Roberta, of
Pensacola, FL, Leonard
Smit Smith and his wife, Lanelle,
of Pensacola, FL, and Julian
Smith of Pensacola, FL; his
G. Willis Smith, 91, of grandchildren, Paul Smith,
Bainbridge, GA, passed Michael Smith, Susannah
away Friday, January 3, Langdale, Esther Dotson,
2014 at his'residence. and Elizab'eth Blalock; and
The funeral service will his great-grandchildren,
be held at 3:00 p.m. on Brenton Smith, Christian THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOS
Sunday, January 5, 2014 at Phillips, Elizabeth Smith, ABOVE: In Orlando, Adam Mayfield says he moved to Florida because he knew
Sylvania United Methodist Gray Langdale, Andrew he could easily find a job in Orlando after he was laid bff in Atlanta last year.
Church with Rev. Donna Blalock, and Alexandra RIGHT The clear waters of Wekiva Springs are seen at Wekiva Spring State Park
Sue Roberts and Rev. Emo- Moore. He was preceded in in Apopka, on Dec. 30.
ry Smith officiating. Inter- death by his brothers, Sam
ment willfollow at Sylvania Smith, Leon Smith, and s
Cemetery with Paul Smith, Roland Smith. F la.
Michael Smith, Brenton
Smith, Elizabeth Smith, ;a se eori coar i ola
Stanley Smith, Terry Lee F n sts The Associated Press service-oriented econo- military so his wife could by about 98,000 people:
Smith, Russell Smith, and amy with iany low-wage be a quick plane ride NewYorkhad 9.6million
Greg Murray serving as ac- ORLANDO Some- jobs and an ethnic di- away from her family in residents and Florida had
tive pallbearers. Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. time this year, Florida versity propelled by His- Panama. 19.5 million residents, ac-
The family will receive Your Local Florist and Gifts will surpass New York in panic growth. Like the Although Florida has cording to census figures
p.m. on Saturday, January 850-372-4 eesr population, becoring United States, Florida the nation's largest share released earlier this week.
atthe nation's third-most is -a haven for migrants of residents over age 65, As of today, that differ-
me4 anit vey Fneso ral M ichael's Toggere populous state, and sun- and people making fresh seniors are not propelling ence likely has been whit-
Home. Online visitors may Funeral Appropriate Attire
sign the guest register at w 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna seeking seniors are not starts, and -the state's 29 the recent growth from tied downto about 20,000
ww.iveyfuneral.com. Me- 850-482-8647 driving the growth. electoral votes are the na- migration. people.
The milestone is vali- tion's most coveted given They account for less Migrants frdm Latin
Sdation of the increasing Florida is the nation's than 10 percent of new America dominated the
C alh n both also of Hartford, were influence of the Sunshine largest swing state. Flori- residents in the last seV- newly arrived Floridians
transported to Tallahas- State as it approaches be- da also has myiad prob- eral years. Instead, more who camre from outside
see Memorial Hospital for ing home to 20 million lems, some the result of than half of the newh ri- the United States. Non-
From Page lA treatment. The two adults' residents. Once Florida its explosive growth, that vals are between 25 and domestic migrants rep-
Sinjuries were listed asseri- passes 'New York, only must, be addressed for 64, according to an AP resented a quarter of
Upon entering the shoul- ous, while the child's were California and Texas. will the state.to keep thriving. analysis of data from the Florida'snew arrivals last
der, Brown's Ford over- described as minor. have more people. New Floridians, such U.S. Census' American year. The largest flow of
turned, striking a utility Brown's injuries were "Florida is kind of an as 47-year-old Michael Community Survey. Al- migrants outside the 50
pole and fence before com- listed as critical. He was icon of the 21st century Richards, list a number of mosttwo-fifths of them states was from the Ca-
ing to rest on its right side, transported to Bay Medical in terms of the shifting reasons for moving there: were under age 25. ribban to South Florida,
in a cow pasture.The front, Ceiater. population and the grow- the weather, no state in- New York isn't shrink- particularly the Mami
left portion of Coleman's FHP's initial crash teport ing role Latin America is coine tax, a familiarity ing in population; it's area, according to the AP
Nissan struck a fence and indicates that Brown and playing in transforming from family vacations or just that Florida's growth analysis.
came to restin a southwest- Sandy Coleman were not the country," said James being stationed in the is outpacing it by a 3- Although the oppor-
erlydirection. wearing seat belts at the Johnson, a busiess military, theavailabilityof to-1 ratio, and ex-New tunities in Florida aren't
Christopher Coleman and time of the crash. professor at the Uni- low-skilljobs and proxim- Yorkers are the biggest what they were a decade
passengers Sandy Coleman, Brown was charged with versity of North Caro- ity to Latin America and domestic source of new ago; prospects remain.
30, and Grace Coleman, 1, running a stop sign. lina. "'think it's going to Europe. Floridians. More than The top jobs found in dis-
_____________ o- be for the 21st century "You put up.with three 537,000 residents moved proportionately higher
what California or New months of hell (in the to Florida last year, and numbers than therest of
Semption may\ qualify. for York was for the 20th summer) for nine months aroundone-tenth of them the nation are motorboat
et ptions an additional exemption if century." of great weather," said canie from New York operators, entertainers,
deployed for a named op- Florida encompasses Richards, who moved to state. .athletes, construction
From Page lA eration' outside the United many trends in America: the Tampa area in 2011 As of last July, the two workers and 'real estate
Thisinformation,alongwith States during 2013. an aging population, a after retiring from the states were separated agents.
a Social Security number, is Contact the Property Ap- - ....
required for all owners who praiser's office immediately
live on the propprty. for information on any tax When the Caravan wvas came to rest facing west, listed as having minor in-
The Property Appraiser's exemption apropertyown- Cea projected, onto the west partiallyin thewestbound juries and were all taken
Office officially began ac- er may qualify for. Staff will From Page lA bound shoulder, Krupp travel lane. to Jackson Hospital for
cepting applications on assist you with any benefits was ejected from the ve- Christina Montesano, treatment. The passen-
Thursday, and March 3 is available to you through According to. Florida hicle. The Caravan then of Warrior, Ala., was taken gers were identified as
the last day to apply. the Property Appraiser'sof- Highway Patrol reports, \came to rest on the west- to Tallahassee Memorial 11-year-old Skye Taylor
January and February of fice allowed by state laws, Montesano Was east- bound. shoulder, facing Hospital for treatment of of Gonzales, La., and 68-
each year is the period of to help you receive any tax bound on 1-10 at the northwest. her injuries, listed as seri- year-old Brenda Jacque of
time to apply for any type of exemption to which you are 145-mile narker when As the Avenger spun, a ous by the FHP. Darrow, La.
tax exemption. Besides the entitled. the Caravan entered the. third vehicle was struck Thedriver of theAvenger Traffic was backed up
homestead exemption, oth- Property owners who ac- grassy center median by that car. Authorities was identified as74-year- several miles, past the
er ways to save tax dollars quired agriculture land in and started spinning identified the driver of the old Clayton Thompson of Grand Ridge 152-mile
include widow or widower's 2013 should also make a counter-clockwise. The third vehicle, a 2013 Chev- Hernando. His passenger marker, as authorities in-
exemptions, an. additional new application in 2014 for vehicle then entered-the rolet Impala, as Gonzales, was identified as 70-year- vestigated and cleared the
homestead exemptioi for *the agricultural classifica- westbound travel lanes, La., resident MichelleTay- old Linda .Thompson of wreckage.
senior citizens, various dis- tion, if it is bona fide agri- crossing into the path of a lor, 46. the same town. Both were A few hours after this
ability exemptions, church/ cultural property. 2013 Dodge Avenger. The The Avenger was pro- listedas having minor ini- crash, authorities were
non-profit exemptions and Many folks do not hear front of the Avenger col- j'ected to the. northwest juries, andbothwere tak- called to other accidents
vterans' exemptions (if radio or see newspaper an- lided with the right rear of and came to rest on the ento Tallahassee Memori- in the vicinity of the 156-
you are a disabled service- nouncements concerning the Caravan, and the im- westbounrd shoulder fac- al Hospital for treatment. mile marker east of Grand
connected Veteran and are tax exemptions, so 'if you pact caused both to spi ing southeast. The Impala Michelle Taylor and Ridge but did not file news
not receiving this exemp- have a friend or relative clockwise: continued forward and her two passengers were releases onthose:
tion, contact the Property who needs assistance, have w ....... ........... 1107C..... t: $ i (s 20
Appraisers office). There them contact the office of Air Force Base, N.M., received its first Maximum Vertical Takeoff Weight:
are also benefits for the sur- Jackson County Propertyfirst
are also bnefits for tB sur- Jacksone County Property O sprey CV-22 in May 2010. The 352nd'Special 52,870 pounds (23,982 kilograms)
viving spouyed se. Appraiser Sharon Cox at Operations Group, RAF Mildenhall, Maximum Rolling Takeoff Weight:
A deployed service me- 482-9646. And don't forget From Page 1A e received its first CV-22 in June 2013. A 60,500 pounds (27,443 kilograms)
ber with Homestead Ex- that March 3 deadine. it to operate at low altitude in adverse total of 49 CV-22 aircraft are scheduled Armament: One .50 Cal Machine gun
bonesw d __eay. r n .__ Sweather conditions and medium- to to be delivered by 2016. on ramp
e high-threat environments. General Characteristics Range: combat radius of 500 knots
iState Bnief Background Primary Function: Special op- with one internal auxiliary fuel tank
Homeless manfinds 911 and led deputies to the The CV-22 is the Special Opera- erations forces long-range infiltration, Payload: 24 troops (seated), 32
human remains discovery about 50 feet tion Forces variant of the U.S. Marine exfiltration and resupply troops (floor loaded) or 10,000 pounds
from the road and near a Corps MV-22 Osprey. The first two test Power Plant: Two Rolls Royce-Allison of cargo
ORMOND BEACH homeless camp. aircraft were delivered to Edwards Air AE1107C turbo shaft.engines Unit cost: $89 million (fiscal 2005
- Deputies are investigat- Investigators say the Force Base. Calif., in September 2000. Thrust: More than 6,200 shaft horse- dollars)
ing the discovery of human bones appear to be old and The 58th Special Operations Wing at power per engine' Crew: Four (pilot, copilot and two
skeletal remains found by a were naturally bleached Kirtland AFB, N.M., began CV-22 aircrew Wingspan: 84 feet 7 inches (25.8 flight engineers)
homeless man. and covered in mold. training with the first two production meters) Builders: Bell Helicopter Textron
The Volusia County The county medical aircraft in August 2006. The first opera- Length: 57 feet 4 inches (17.4 meters) Inc., Amarillo, Texas; Boeing Company,
Sheriff's Office reports the examiner will assess the tional CV-22 was delivered to Air Force Height: 22 feet 1 inch (6.73 meters) Defense and Space Group, Helicopter
bones were found early remains. The sheriff's Special Operations Command's 1st Spe- Rotary Diameter: 38 feet (11.6 Division. Philadelphia
Saturday near Ormond Office Major Case Unit is cial Operations Wing at Hurlburt Field, meters) Deployment Date: 2006
Beach, about 5 miles north investigating. Fla., in January 2007. Initial operational Speed: 277 mph (241 knots) (cruising Invehtory: Active duty, 33;Reserve,
of Daytona Beach. -capability was achieved in 2009. The speed) 0; ANG, 0
A homeless man called From wire reports 27th Special Operations Wing, Cannon Ceiling: 25,000 feet (7,620 meters) (Current as of December 2013)




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Boats, pearls, crabs: new museum channels Miami
The Associated Press
MIAMI Model yachts, i "
rustic fishing boats and
wooden rafts dangle above
visitors as they step into
the new Perez Art Museum
Miami. The colorful dis-
play is both a playful nod
to South Florida's mari-
time culture and a somber
reference to the perilous
journeys many make to get
here. It is the perfect entry
to a museum that channels
the city around it: whim-
sical, vibrant, brimming
with culture from across
the Americas and yes, a
work in progress.
The museum, which
opened in December, still
lacks a permanent block-
buster, butits retrospective
of Chinese master and po-
litical dissident Ai Weiwei,
on display through mid-
March, should temporarily
satisfy. And the museum's
eclectic and provocative
collection, coupled with
its bay front location, has
quickly turned the PAMM
as locals already. call. it
into a must-see des- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS PHOTOS
tination for tourists and A piece titled "For Those In Peril o the Sea" by the Guyanaraised artist Hew Locke, appears onrdisplay at the Perez Art Museum Miami, in Miami. The colorful
natives. display is both a playful nod to South Florida's maritime culture and a somber reference to those perilous journeys so many make to get here.
"Our biggest competi-
tion down here isn't the Spanish and English -
other cultural institu- placed next to each work
tions. It's the beach, the provide far more context
water," Museum director than the usual name and
Thom Collins' said. "So, title.
rather than compete, the "You want to encourage
museum embraces its people tolookand get4lot
surroundings." just fromwhattheyaresee
As in the rest of Miami's in.g, :but labels.helps them
booming downtown, visi- look longer and opens up
tors to the Perez Museum new ways to view the art,
are immediately greeted Ostrander said.
by construction along Passions tend to ru
the museum's front plaza h-igh in Miam; when it
and at the site of a neigh- comes to politics, but Col
boring science museum, lins and Ostrander aren't
set to open in 2015. Once shying away from meatier
under the PAMM's shaded topics. The museum dedi-
deck, though, Ai Weiwei's cates several installatibon
mammoth bronze animal to 0institutional violence
Zodiac Heads welcome throughout the Americas
guests, and the call of gulls and beyond, including
and ocean breezes a giant, mixed media
take over. The Pritzker collage bySue Coe, depict-
Prize-winning Swiss archi- 'ng the 1973 impripofireat
tect firm Herzog & de Meu-' a torture of lea
ron took pains to design an under Gen. Augusto Pino-
airy and hurricane resis- thtt, replete with-a sym .
tant building, with a Iide, of U.S. corporate interest
shaded deck that can serve Art patrons stand among an installation by Chinese artist Ai Weiwe titled Stacked at the erez Art Museum iami. ee a Pepsi machine -in
as the rare outdoor com- features 680 Forever brand bicycles made in China. the foreground.
munal space in a city with One of the most popular
scorching temperatures of Caribbean art and an Most of the museum's York. Like many immi- Mexico's Diego Rivera and initialexhibitsisthatofthe
and no central park. Be- exhibit by Brazilian artist art comes from the post- grants, he yearned for his CubanartistWilfredo Lam. late Cuban Avant-garde.
neath the deck's three-sto- Beatriz Milhazes; whose World War II period, re- homeland even as he pre- But many of the museum's painter Amelia Peliez, re-
ry slatted roof, shrubbery- psychedelic color bursts flecting the rise of Mi- pared to leave it behind. most interesting pieces vered in Miami's Cuban ex-
covered columns hang have earned her, fame ami as a metropolis. The Art was a way to maintain are by less well-known ile community. Collins and
like an abstract enchanted throughout Latin America museum's strong suit is the connection. artists such as El Paso na- Ostrander say they'd also
forest, pumping recap- and Europe. its Latin American' collec- The museum's semi- tive Adrian Esparza, who like to 'produce a show by
tured rainwater through Collins says contempo- tion, a sizeable portion permanent exhibit is en- literally deconstructs the current Cuban artists a
hidden pipes to further rary Latin American artists of which came from Co- titled Americana and di- cliche Mexican serape bold move in a town where
coolthe deck. like Milhazes are some- lombian-born developer vided into themes rather and repurposes it into a many still believe such
Inside, strategically times overlooked by major Jorge Perez, who donated 'than chronology: myth vast, complex, geometric attention would only ben-
placed windows offer U.S. museums. a combined $40 million and identity, landscapes weaving. efit the island's aging comrn-
views of the beaches and "Her work is so baroque in cash and art to earn and desire, pop art and -Collins and Ostrander munist government, but
downtown skyline and and sexual, and often in naming rights. Perez, the traditional crafts. Perez's were adamant.they want- alsoonethatlikethemuse-
provide natural light, while the U.S. we are somewhat son of -Cuban exiles, has collection includes some ed to make the institution's, um itself, reflects the com-.
an open floor plan ensures puritanical," he said, "but been a major force behind works by Latin American work accessible to a wide plexand evolving nature of
future exhibits can be it will be well received Miami's urban redevel- powerhouses like Colom- range of art enthusiasts. Miami in .the 21st
shaped around new acqui- here." opment. He says it's only bian Fernando Botero, Thus bilingual placards century.
sitions. No space is wast- The desire to tap into natural that the museum
ed: the museum's center Miami sensibilities, cul- would have such a strong
staircase doubles as a the- ture and history is what Latin American and Latino
ater that can .be divided drew Collins and chief influence. fcl O
into two auditoriums. curator Tobias Ostrarider "It's a museum that tries
Ai's retrospective, which to the boat installation to capture Miami, and in '
includes, symbolic crab entitled, "For Thdse In capturing Miami,youhave A 0
pileS, buckets of pearls, a Peril on the Sea." The work to understand what Amer-
maze of hundreds of bi- by Guyana-raised art- ica all of the Americas
cycle wheels and an explo- ist Hew Locke originally -are about," he said.
ration of the 2008 Sichuan hung in a British church Perez began collecting
earthquake, will be fol- but could have easilybeen Latin American art while
lowed by a retrospective commissioned for Miami. in graduate school in New M


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Altha takes 1st with win over Pirates

BY DUSTIN KENT jumping out to a 36-23 halftime gle. We can't beat anybody like we continue to kill ourselves. I
dkent@jcfloridan.com lead and cruising to victory in that," he said. "(Wert, Brown, told the kids that. We continue
the second half. and Pettus) carried the load, but to be our own worst enemy.
The Altha Wildcats continued Alphonso Brown scored 16 the rest of the guys have to score Until we can score and play a
their run. of success Friday at points to lead Sneads, with more. We're playing pretty good little better, we're not going to
home with a 64-48 victory over Devante Pettus scoring 12, defense at times, but we're strug- win."
the struggling Sneads Pirates, and Jeremy Wert putting in 10 gling to score." With the loss, the Pirates fell
going to 6-1 in District 2 play to points and 12 rebounds, but PJ Iler added 13 points for Al- to 2-11 overall and 1-5 in dis-
take sole possession of first in those were the only three play- tha, while Art Platts posted seven trict before a scheduled league
the league standings. ers who scored more than three points and 13 rebounds. game against Blountstown on
Kent Rogers scored 23 points points for the Pirates in the The Wildcats used an 8-0 clos- Saturday.
and NickYoung added 15 on five game. ingrun to turn a 28-23 game into At 6-1 in district, Altha is a half-
three-pointers for the Wildcats, Sneads coach Bruce Hubbs a 13-point halftime edge. game ahead of 5-1 Graceville for
who made it four league wins in said there just wasn't enough Hubbs said the game just got first place in the league stand-
a row and improved to 10-2 over- offensive balance for his away from his team from there. ings, followed by Cottondale and
PHOTO BYJENNIFER BASFORD/FORTHEFLORIDAN all on the year. team. "They capitalized on our Vernon at 4-2.
Sneads' Jeremy We t juts a shot The Pirates were playing.with- "We've got to get more point mistakes and did a good job," Altha will next take oh Wewa-
off the backboard during a game out senior Darius Williams and production from the rest of the the coach said. "They're well- hitchka on Tuesday at home in
against Atha onFridaynight. the Wildcats took full advantage, players or we're going to strug- coached and they beat us, but anotherleaguegame.

.:. Malone Basketball


t Tigers'Baker, Johnson


Make It l5 wInS explode in district win
BY DUSTIN KENT. changed things up Friday by
dkent@jcfloridan.com taking off the pressure and
playing an extended zone all
The Paxton Bobcats got night.
Malone's attention with their The highly-skilled Bobcats
91-81 win in Malone on Dec. 9, still made 10 three-pointers
and the Tigers were more than a for the game, but they finished
happy to return thefavor Fri- with 26 fewer points and could
day night with a 73-65 victory never find the same rhythm
in Paxton. they had in thefirst meeting.
Chai Baker knocked down It did alotjust to get us some
eight three-pointers en route onfidence going into the next
to agame-high 31 points while one knowing that we found
Antwain Johnson added 27 to something that might slow
i help the Tigers deal the Bob'- them down and aggravate them
cats their first district loss of a little blit," the coach said. "We
; the season and pull even in the changed the defense and kept
league standings at 7-1. them pushed out further from
Baker knocked down four the basket and that gave them
straight triples to start the a few problems. They still hit
game for his own personal' 2-0 10 threes, but we were able to
run, and the Tigers never relin- make them take some tougher
quished the !lead, improving to shots."
15-3 on the season. The Tigers were also ben-
"It's great for the wguys:," efitted by having both of their
Malone, coach.; Steven Welach stars: on the court for most of
said after the game about the' the game after seeing Johnson
win. "Obviously we thought we sit for much of the first three
could beat them, but there's quarters in the first matchup,
a difference between think- and then seeing both Johnson,
ing and knowing, and now we and Baker foul out inMalone's
PHOTOBYLORIENABLE/FORTHEFLORIDAN should have more confidence Downtown Dothan Hoops
Marianna's Trey Clemmons flies in for a layup during a game against Pensacola Catholic on Friday knowingwe can beat them." Classic championship game
nigr at MHS. After watching Paxton riddle against Dothan earlier in the
the Tigers' man-to-man and week.
MHS stays perfect with district win over Catholic pressure defensefor 91 points
in the first meeting, Welch See TIGERS, Page2B
BY DUSTIN KENT and that opened it up inside, and we got a few
dkent@jcfloridan.com stops when it mattered. But they're a very good
team. We were fortunate to come out of that."
The Marianna Bulldogs moved one step closer The Bulldogs improved to 15-0 and 3-0 in
to clinching the top seed in the District 1 tour- league play, while the Crusaders fell to 7-7 and
nament with a big 63-56 home.victory over the 1-2 in district.
Pensacola Catholic Crusaders on Friday. Pensacola Catholic was playing without lead-
Herman Williams had 15 points and seven ing scorer Daniel Laster, but the short-handed s ig
rebounds to lead the Bulldogs, while Shaquari- Crusaders still seemed up to the task, using a
ous Baker added 14 points, Trey Clemmons 13, 10-4 run to start the second half to take a 33-31
and Jamel Johnson 10. lead after a three from Nic Bell and a bucket by
The victory earned a season sweep of the se- Brad Hartnett.
ries for the Bulldogs, who won the first match- Marianna immediately seized control, how-
up 58-57 in Pensacola on Dec. 13. ever, with a basket byJohnson putting the Bull-
Friday's win wasn't quite so dramatic, as Mar- dogs back in front and back to back threes by Malone's
ianna used a 20-4 run in the second half to take Williams, followed by another triple by Baker, Chai Baker
control and held off a late charge by Catholic to making it 44-35 with'2:33 left in the third. (11) puts
get to within five late in the fourth. Williams then jumped in front a pass and fin- up a shot
"I feel better. It's good to get that game be- ished a breakaway dunk to put the Bulldogs up in tlraffic
hind us," MHS coach Travis Blanton said after 11, and a three-point playby Baker on a driving ina:game
the game. "It was still too close for comfort, bucket in the lane gave MHS a 49-35 lead with b against
but it's better than losing. It seemed like we 1:34 on the clock. Paxton
couldn't put them way. They kept fighting and earlier this
never quit. We were able to make a few shots See MHS, Page 2B season.
PHOTO BY KELSEY WELCH/FOR THE FLORIDAN

Gracevile Basketball


Yellowjackets roll to win over short-handed GHS

BY DUSTIN KENT out.of first place in the league his players about what he ex- to the team and not leave your interesting in the third quar-
dkent jcfloridan.com standings. pects from them. teammates hanging out to dry ter when the Tigers cut it to 12
DerrickWhite had 13 points for "You've got to make a commit- in any situation, and we hope to at 37-25 and dreiv the fourth
The Vernon Yellowjackets the Tigers and QuajohnAndrews ment to the team if you're going teach some lifelong lessons. You foul on Vemrnon's leading scorer
picked up a key district victory added eight for a GHS team that to go far or have a chance at all can't miss days of work and just Brown.
Friday ,night at home, blowout was without five players, includ- to go deep into the playoffs," An- show up when you want to." But Graceville couldn't make
out a short-handed Graceville ing two starters, after coach Matt derson said. "I usually take the With only six players dressed any headway and the Yellow-
team 67-32. Anderson decidei to sit them for holidays to put some new stuff and available to play, the Tigers jackets took a 43-28 lead into the
Gary Coleman led Vernon with missing practice during the holi- in offensively and defensively, struggled right out of the gate fourth period where they blew
15 points and Alex Brown had 13 day break. but when part of the team is not with Vernon taking a 14-5 lead the game wide opei with a 10-3
points despite being in constant It was a tough game to have there it's basically impossible to eairly on and going up 21-8 after run to start the quarter to go up
foul trouble, as theYellowjackets to play shoirt-handed, but the do. one quarter. by 22.
improved to 4-2 in District 2 play coach said it was more impor- "I hope that they learned ales- It was a 15-point lead at the
and avoided falling three games tant to send a clear message to .'son to become more dedicated half, but the game started to get See GRACE VILLE, Page 8B


Florida State QB
Jameis Winston says
he is unchanged by
success. See more on NT
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spsriefs BCS Championship Game Notebook

Hishod Winston says he's unchanged by success
Tuesdnay Marianna BY MIKE SZVETITZ
af Graceville, 5:30 and mszvetitz@oanow.com
7 P.m nheads atVer-
non, 5:30and 7p.m.; NEWPORT BEACH, Ca-
ottohdale at lount- lif. At the beginning
stown, 5:30 and 7 p.m. of the season, Jameis
Thusday- Malone Winston was just Florida
at Sneads, 5:30 and State's redshirt freshman
t7 pem ; Graceville at quarterback.
Altha, 5:30 and7 pl Now, he's the Heisman
Frda- Gracevilleat Trophy winner who leads
Cottondale 5:30 and the top scoring offense in
Sp.m. ewahitchka college football, which is
tSneads, 53and7 just 28 points shyof setting
p MaannaatWest the NCAA single-season
oFloridn and 7:30 pm. d scoring record.
*Satury Ma e Oh, and the 19-year-old
at Cerl, 630 p.m. has also helped put the
top-ranked, undefeated
High school Seminoles in the BCS
girls baske l National Championship
Game (which falls on his
birthday, Monday) against
at Gracevie, 4 p.m.; Auburn after throwing for
Seads at Venn 4 3,820 yards and 38 touch-
p.m.; Cottondale at downs this year.
Blountston 4 m. However, Winston says
Thhe's still the same 6-foot-4,
ille at Cottondale, 220-pound dual-sport ath-
:30 pn.; Sneads at lete from Hueytown High
School.
"My life hasn't changed
tchkaat Sneads, 4. at all because our goal as a ALERTCESARE/oPELIKAUBUN NEWS
S team, it still ist ver yet," Florida State quarterback Jameis Wistonspeaks during BCS National Championship offensive and defensive press conferences
Floria Winston said Fridday. 'At Friday in Newport Beach, Calif.
SaurdFlorida State, we began the
season as everybody was tion after a complaint was a time to get stronger," he do every single game; 13 .have thl distinction of
looking at us as, like, 'OK, filed stemming from a said. "We' stayed close to gamies. It's not over yet. being part of the series'
Jackson Count they've got a freshman December 2012 incident. Jameis because we knew We've got a 14th one, and endiig: .
quarterback.' Nobody is He was not charged with the allegations weren't true why not end this year with "If nothing else, I'm the
going to pay any attention, any crime after the inves- and all that : But w just a victory?" answer'ta trivia question,
now we're in the national tigation wrapped up last got strofger and we didn't Shaw doesn't know what *right'' Sanders joked.
SWinston's season, Winston said he' drew pionship becaitihe's ie se n giving way to the
ball Jan. roinoon though, has had an impact strength from his tea it ger had theopportui llege Footll Playoff
to pm. ae s on others. mates during that ti e, What would a nlational "Ii high school I haven't Sanders aid his experi-
ie'ld Marin "What he's done is adding that he believed championship: mean for got a state champio.nship. ence of coaching in the
hose a g w amazing. You ask has his it brought them closer FloridaState players I twas -always one roud,, first one has made 'him
ilife changed? Well, he's together. ForWinston, who said he getting ,eliminated,: so I appreciate' hat it all
eat changed mine," said Ran- "My teammates arnh't hasn't won a "real cham- haveiit got no state il" meas. Esp l sceit
dy Sanders, the Seminoles' looking at me ... different- pionship" since'. middle Shaw said. "I ain't got no took :him 15 years, to get
outy andround- co-offensive coordinator ly because they know I did school, itwold beadream championships otherthan back.
inrid quarterbacks coach. nothing wrong through come true. probably 2K (video game) "When you play in the
te Th w "Last year at this time, I the whole process "This game means so championships against first one, you ca imag
le w as e was 2-10 and out of a job. ston said. "But atthe end much to me i.."said t the boys." ne it woeldbe this long
ered io drSo to be here at Florida of the day, that kind of Heisman ophy winner, geting back, because we
ora chance to wn a State in thenational cham- brought us closer together wh will tur 20 on game- Sank had alot ofod thins -
wayher they~it Md w' ave a-lot wfch cooing t s g
c r i pionship' game is a dream :as a team, because,'DaTig, day. "When y6u've got the BCSra ing on at Tennessee at the
btt Sports. come true for me." our quarterback is g ig opportnity to play in a Sanders coached in the tiime we had a lot of.good
Sfr anders came to Florida through this, situatio National: Championship first BCS National Cham- football' teams," Sanders
StatefromKentucky, where and dang, people still aret Game' d your ,team is pionship Game follow- said. "I think having been
S n he held the same positions not leaving us alone after the only team on' televi- ing the 1998 season while in the first one, not that
since 2009. we'ie having a successful sion, and tnhethis game an assitant- coach bn you take itforgranted, but
MERE basketball season.' But that rought on my birthday, w're not Tennessees.taf. you kind of expect to do'it
MaiWinstonan eus closer together as a going ouifthere just to play, The.: Vols beat Florida again, and the fact th atit's
S eaniates a e I b
ation Departmentwi team." arod. State in the Fiesta Bowl to been this number of years
Sthree basketWhile Winston was lead- Senior wide receiver '"Were not going ouit 'win the crown. betv.een the two, I think
ing the Seminoles to wins Kenny Shaw agreed. there -to take anybody for Now, Sanders has come not that I've worked any
on the field, he was dealing "Looking at the situation granted., We're going out full circle. Not only is he harder or any less for this
tion to be held hrough with adversity off it. from the outside in, you there to play a great game. coaching for the team he one, but I've actually taken
an. 10 from 8 a.m. to 4 Winston was a part of a would think it would hurt We're going out there to beat in the inaugural BCS time to appreciate the fact
sexual battery investiga- -the team, but we used it as do what we came here to title game, but he'll also that I'm here."

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in Mariaimpression on Crusaders D OTHAN EAGLE
The registratiofee Fro Page 1B coach Nick Mead.
"for Basketball is $30 for They're not a good c6rdiallyinvites you to the
participants. The fee The Crusaders crept back team. They're a phenome- i
must be paid with a into the game midway nal team," Mead said after
check or money orde through the fourth thanks the game. "There's areason
nto ratcheting up their de- they're 15-0 and there's a
fensive pressure, forcing reason they're state-ranked
back-to-back steals, and and- it's because they've
after Jan. 10. layups for Antwain Adams earned it and they deserve
and Hartnett to cut the it: They play with the kind
eihmargin to seven. of passion that good teams
Marianna was up' just have. RIDALTRAVAGANA
S 59-54 after a floater fromi "I believe our guys have
Emon Smith with' 1:55 that too and they st'ow
to play, but the Bulldogs it sometimes, but you've
broke through the full- got to show it for a full 32.
Fom ifmcourt pressure on the minutesagainstateamthe
Sw ensuing possession and likes of Marianna."
laeieupom/ Baker found Clemmons Catholic got a big night
mdTe ao a for a transition dunkto put from Moorer, who fin-
p pantsonNov1 MHS back up seven. ished with 22r points, 18
The teams each missed rebounds and two blocked
b ep rs ge front ends of one-and- shots, while Hartnett had
ones on the next four pos- 11 points and Adams
Anyonehataybe sessions, as the Crusaders nine.
failed to edge closer and The Crusaders were
~a t the Bulldogs failed-to put scheduled to take on Pine
tutbakaitaway. Forest on Saturday be-
ntcttheMarianna Free throws by Clem- fore returning to league
mons and Tommy White play Tuesday on the road
tat82-6228 finally put MHS up nine againstWest Florida, while
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From Page 1B third, and took a 52-46 lead since the loss to Paxton, 1:00-4:30
The lethal duo was able to into the final period. and Welch said from what 104:30
combine for 58 of the team's Malone led 64-56 with he saw Friday, as well as in
73 points, whileAlonze Bai- just over three minutes to the Dothan tournament, Dothan Civic Center
ley was the only other Tiger play beforePaxton cutthe he believes his team is
in double figures with 10. deficit to five on two sepa- starting to turn a corner.
"Forthosetwotoplaythe rate occasions, the last of "They played like they sponsored by
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for us and also made some closer and dropped to 14-2 think the tournament ex-
clutch free throws down on the season. perience in Dothan made ... "
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SManaging Editor. We are a BH Media company located in Southeast A just 80 miles from
the sugar White beaches on the Gulf of Mexico. We have sister weekly and daily publications
in Marianna Florida, Enterprise Al, Eufaula Al, and Opelika, Al. The paper seeks a deadline-
oriented all-purpose editor with a stong passion for local content The position requires
Si 1competency and experience in all areas including staff supervision, rep6rting, editing,
page design, social inedia, photography and online news presentation.
BUS IN o OPPORTNIE QUALIFICATIONS:
Candidates must have a proven track record of successfully managing day to day
operations of an active newsroom.
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world's largest commercial
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equipmentlis i nigminimum of five years of experience as an assigning and supervising editor.
equipment, Supplies, trainingand $5,000. 220W.Hwy 52 Mavern
in monthly .ustomer included. 334 ,793-6690 ~ Daily newspaper newsroom and digital media experience is a must.
1-888-273-5264 Strong ability to meet deadlines consistently and perform under pressure.
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Consignment Shop in Dotlan FOR SALE
specializing in clothing & acc. for women. I
We alisn h i dn lothng &or40 cnios for Sale The paper offers an outstanding benefits package that
Well established with over 400 consignors for
& a growing customer base, sal es of $90e pr includes vacation, quality health insurance and a 401K plan.
100K + yr. Unlimited potential for increase */
sales & expansion. Store fixtures, eqiup, 229-246 130 EOE/M/F/D/V.
&dataaincluded ltra in e ner' Pre-employment drug and background screen required.
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ani u nes or sale Round Rolls $50 4 Square $5
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Delivered in the Wiregrass! i MADDOX FARMS
$75 For a Full Si4ed Pickup load. Horse Boarding
$12.for 5 Gallon bucket of kindling wood. (barn or pastures)ding
0 334"393-9923 * Beautiful Trails v ri" "b s j lr t r l
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Call 334-791-0023 or 334-791-7312 Refrigerator Mayag white, lik new $250. 85- B Y IT SLL IT! FIg IT
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AMF Playmaster Pool Table- Red felt 4x8. Very
good condition. All accessories included. Buy- Sud
er responsible for moving. Located in Enter- -UdOKU
prise. $1750.00 OBO. Call or text 334-806-6004.
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3-by-3 box (in bold borders), contains every digit
UNEXPIRED BOXES 8 1 to 9. For strategies on how to solve Sudoku,
CALL BOB (334) 219-4697 ----- visit www.sudoku.org.uk.
OR 850 710-0189 _8 __6 9 Solution to last Sunday's puzzle

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Diamonds, Guns, And Tiols 8 9 4 6 1 7 3 2 5
West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440. 5 8
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RN Program Textbooks Six books have never 5 1 9 7
been used and those that were factory shrink 6 3 4 1 4
plastic wrapped still are. At Chipola College 5
bookstore these 6 are sold in a bundle for $317 2 7 6 3 4 ,8 5 1 9
+ tax. 1. All-in-One Care Plaqning Resource 6 4 5 1- 9
(3rd Ed.; 2. Comp. Review for NCLEX Exam (5th 4 8 9 7 5 1 2 3 6
Ed.); 3. Mosby's Nursing Drug Guide (10th Ed.)
; 4. Mosby's Med. Dictionary of Nursing (9th
Ed.)5. Mosby's Diagnostic Test Ref (11 Ed.); 6. 3 9 7 4 2
Custom eBook Library for all the above.
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for RN prog. @ Chippla. Also have 1st bundle 7 - -. 3-157 6
some never used all in excellent cond. (pd. / 9 2 7 8 6 4 1 5 3
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*jBR/I12 BA Apartment For Rent in Winnebago 1995 Vectra 33 ft. C/H&A, auto lev- 1997 FORD Econoline Club Wagon Van Seats 11
2 5 iice Neighborood $600/Mo, eling, Q-bed, new tires, batteries, frig. 7.5 Onan people, 273k, Runs great, great, needs some
SflV0 C alf 850-482-5134 generator, Ig. awning, lots of storage in & out- sm. repairs. Accepting closed bids, closed bids
.2 5 D riv e rs Vside, micr-co'nvection oven combo, gas stove, at (334) 308-2480. Starting bid is $1500.
HOUSES UF RNISH ED hot water heater, 30 or 50 amp power, all All proceeds will go to the DAV Chapter #9
T r ain e es1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna orignal paper work. $20,000. OBO 334-585-6689 .'.__._-_-,_- _-_ .
T 2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own V 1 o1__
Lot rent included. For details
NEEDED NOW 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4. Cargo Trailer enclosed 12ft long, less than 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF
NEE__DED NOW HOUSE UNFURNISHE. .,4000 miles, rear and side doors. Bought in YOUR TOWING NEEDS!
Learn to drive for I September $2300. OBO 217-424-1033. h TO I 7w
Werner Enterprises I 2 &3 BR Mobile Homes ARP AT BODY & RCYCLING
Sin Marianna & Sn eads(8 PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR UNK.CARS
Einn Mrn D r w k 8 5 'Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624
No ex erience needed I 34 BR IBA House for rent, AUTOS -F-OR- S
No experience needed !afe neighborhood, $575/m + dep. Ford 1994 F-150 XLT, single cab, auto, 302 V8, CALL FOR TOP PRICE
Local CDL Training Call 850-573-8180 ask for Dave dual tanks, PS, PB, PS, PDL, PW, complete
S*'Alford 3/2 Brick.Home En. Effiecent brake job, full tune up. Red/Silver, red cloth FOR JUNK VEHICLES
job ready in 15 days! 2 car garagand covered porch $850Mo.+ seat. Looks, runs and drives good. Must see!
1Dep Also tt1ndae3/15 Brick Co.l on $4,595. Owner, Dothan, 334-671-3059. I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
1 ac.$650.+ dep.ENT OR OPTION TOBUY w Ford 2001 Taurus, 231K miles, 24 HOUR TOWING 4 334-792-8664
Income Credit' approvai good condition. $1700. Send inquiries to:
Call 8t0579-431 7 & -SWII___ lgriffin@dothanegle.com Chas Used &
E RAL E OYhN Austin Tyler & Co or Call 334-712-7962 from 9-5 : ;pS Ca rs Ue&
Quality Homes & Apartments Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, 1-owner PAYS TOP DOLLAR $$$
The Jackson County Floridan r850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com low mileage, black w/gray int. new tires, for you Junk Vehicals
is looking for a Property Management Is Our ONLY Business Garage kept looks like new 334-797-5151 S WE WILL COME AND HAUL 4w
Dock W orker ,, S. Honda 2009 Accord, 4 door, Super SharIl Like Chad Gibson 334-684-8481 r 334-588-0047
new, $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis ,"........... ..>...m .......
for newspaper distribution. Lease/Option To Buy 3/2 hardwood floors, 334-714-0028. Got a lunkerr
The dock worker provides security and CH&A 2940 Dogwood St. close to I Lincoln 2004 Town Car We'll be your Junkerl
quality control for newspaper distribution Riverside school. (MARIANNA) $875. m. ed We buy wrecked cars
and archives. This position assists with Riverside school. (MARIANNA) 5 mo er, lik o new, clean, 94k We buy wrecked cars
deliveries, route and rack maintenance and 4, 850-718-6541 4" miles, 2owner, $7500. and Farm Equip. at a
is responsible for the maintaining the 334-790-7959.
parking lot and mailroom. lMOBILE? HI FO R T $250 & t Complete Cars
This position works 10:30pm to 7:00am Lincoln 2007 MKZ CALL 334-714-6285
Monday through Thursday and Saturday /2 located in Sneads$350.m. M (Metallic Red), Cream L............. .... ......
with occasional overtime and some i :/::' 85 573 08 :i Leather, -all power, sun
holidays. The ideal candidate is dependable, _850-573-0308 w roof, dial-in door, cooled
has reliable transportation, has experience .......s:,o..s. and heated seats, navigation, new tires, new
working nigts, is security minded, has good 2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes inCottdale. battery. Only 70000 miles. sn immaculate
math skils, is able to lift and carry 50 bs, $500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included.' condition. $14,500. Call 334-693-2603
math skills, is able to lift and carry 50 Ibs, http.//www.charloscountryliving.com. 33 .
has experience in customer service, a *I 850-209-8847 4. Mazda 2008 Miata MX5 4cyl. Loaded. In great
works well with others and is able to work ...............condition. 31,000 miles. Silver with black top.
without supervision. 2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. $14,500. 334-405-7402
We offer a fullbeneft package that NO PTS CHA $325- $500/Month Nissan 2009 Altima. Good family car, great gas
includes, medical, dental, 401K and paid Please call 850-258-1594 or mileage, fully loaded, pwr windows, cruise, AT,
vacation; EOE/M/F/D/V. Pre-employmentLeave Message AM-FM, CD. $250 down, $250 per month. Call
drug and background screen required. 3/2 Nice in country ideal for couple 16x80 Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. moe f v
SYou may apply nline at clean carport, storage bldg. edge of town Nissan Altima 2013, low miles, Must Sell!! $200
www.bhmginc. cm Cottondale $650. mo. $700. dep. water & down, $279 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714-
www^bhmsewagle included Front & Back porch 0028. R T 5
850-352-2103. Background check & Ref. Reg.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT ,RIDE TODAY 1
Small Quiet Family Oriented Park 1,2 &3BR GOT BAD CREDIT?
lawn ; care, No Pets 850-592-1639 Tax, Tag & Title Pass
DISTRIBUTION CENTER R Repo pass bankruptcy LEGAL NOTICES
MARIANNA, FLORIDA E E LOW CREDIT OK .-SSI & VA OK
MARIAN A, FL A Cll Steve Pope 334-803-9550 LF160349
Now Hiring Full Time E =1 E 1 T ION Toyota 2011 Camry SE, Prices Are Out of Sight! NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Bulk Order Filler Position Roof, wheels, pwr seat, pwr windows, AT, FOR WATER USE PERMIT
1st, 2nd and 3rd Shifts FOR SALE BY AM/FM/CD, Great gas mileage. $300 down,
$300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791- Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Competitive Pay and Benefits Package! A h P T I 0 N 8243. chapter 373, Florida Statutes, the following
S U I I l application for a water use permit has been
PleaSe apply in person at: "Everyone Welcome" OOi S received by the Northwest Florida Water
Fatali aAuction Hd Property 1981 BMWMotorcycle R100RS 1000cc Red
Family Dollar Distribution Center Saturday, January 25 @ 12PM CST Smoke. Perfect condition, Many extras. $4,995. Application number 1 07436 filed 12/16/2013
3949 Family Dollar Parkway, Preview from 11:30 AM or Drive-By Anytime Call 334-470-1972 or 470-1971. Larry Baggett, 1907 Highway 71, Marianna, FL
Marianna, Florida 32448 80 Acres w Home Site. 2007 V STAR 1300 (Black) One Owner, Garage Requesting an annual average daily withdrawal
2 Deep Wells, Septic Tank Keep, Like New, 2000 Miles $5,500. Bought in of 3,000 gallons per day from the Floridan
Must be 18 Years Old. 5748 Hartsfield Road 2009 from Wards' Yamaha. 334-707-8074 'Aquifer System for Agricultural Irrigation use
Equal Opportunity Employer Greenwood, Florida 2008 High Booster 1300 GSX Motorcycle Navy by existing and proposed facilities.
MATHEW EBERIUS (727) 488-2423 Blue w/pipes baffled out and jet pipes. Nice, General withdrawal location(s) in JRckson
MATHEWEBERIUS(727ounty: TO3N, RIOW, Sec. 1; TO6N, RIOW,
S MEberius@AHAuctioneers.comMER cOnly 7749 Miles. $7000. 850-573-4630. Sec. lB
-' *METRIC BIG TWIN 2004 Suzuki Volusia 830 cc
15k miles, garage kept, chromed out, over 4k in Interested persons may submit written
SC L & accessories, kick shifter, floorboards Vance comments/objection or submit a written
*and Hines pipes, windshield, driving lights, request for the notice of proposed agency
Look ahead to your crash bar, bags, factory sissy bar, see to appre- action (NOPAA) regarding the application
future! Start training -ig. rl A ciate, a steal at 3.5 k.obo. 334-794-8709 by writing to: Divsion of Resource Regulation
r a career i Northwest Florida Water Management District,
R lfor a new career in P r -7 12S I attn: Terri Peterson, 152 Water Management
R I Medical Assisting, Drive, Havana, Florida 32333.
COLLEGE Medical Office Admin., Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4
Pharmacy Technology, RUNS GREAT!! Good tires. ANOPAA will be mailed only to persons
& HVAC! New-Sears battery, rear who have filed such requests. A NOPAA must
Call Fortis College 855-445-3276 window motor, fuel gauge. be requested in order to be advised of further'
For consumer info: visit www.fortis.edu Brakes, recently overhauled. Less than 10k proceedings and any public ihearing date.
CAMPERS &TRAVE L -' TRAILmiles on major tune-Up (including distributor, Written comments/objection or NOPAA re-
Splugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as quests must be received by 5:00 p.m. eastern
Jaco 2008 Jay Flight G2 series travel trailer my hunting camp truck the last 7 yelrs. Asking time on January 21, 2014.
22 ft. Bunk House, lots of storage,TV with $3,400. 334-750-5000 No further public notice will be provided
APRMET UNF ISHED surround sound & DVD, microwave, gas or regarding this application. Publication of
elec. electric awning/lift, sleeps 6 this notice constitutes constructive notice
1/1 apt. near Blue Springs $525/month; excellent condition. $9500. Call anytime 16' Flatbed Utility Trailer Like new. Purchased of the permit application to all substantially
$400/deposit Call Joanne 850-693-0570. ,850-638-9363 or 850-326-0124 in 2010. Asking $1,400 cash.334-685-4807 affected persons.


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things with the beautiful home. and considering an Offes. ML 2464 potential t Bring alloffers Priced at $116,900 MLS #247834 t Hgn an etablished neighborhood! poedt. OWNER FINANCING
itsI RD CED r! T w8ell. MLS# 248236 Is $.5,600.
$65,900 is va Cute and cozy its VERY ATTRACTIVE re 2$
liveis a Cute andcozy ThiCa HOME INSIDE AND OUT! GRAND RIDGE
Great Deal on this 3BR/2BA home is 4 /31/2 with almost 2700 Private get-awoy WATERFRONT
beautiful 2 Bedroom justinside Marianna sqf under air! Relax on home with 3 bedrooms.o Hm r
Home in Malone! city imits. Has a the wraparound porch, ingreat bootingond fishingorea.
It's already updated and ready for you! Large fenced LR GR, carpet, nicely painted great deck w/fenced in Large fenced backyard,
yard with a workshop! A great neighborhood and a Great backyard! Convenient to Family Dollar, Panama City and 16x32 gunite pool. Hardwood floors on the first floor! The kitchen
Home You cana afford this one! MLS #247258 -10 PRICED AT $105000 LS #248496 is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet space! Large center MLS# 248786 $88,000.
island and breakfast area! There is ae air conditioned game room or MARIANNA -
Character gives this This 3BR/2BA 5th bedroom and half bath over the detached garage. MLS #248338 home with recent updates
older home in Graceville southern home has a located in established area nar


ready for you t call it home. The roo was comletelreplaced investment waterfront n Lake Osceolaces! Home needs updatin-grou Many oold- 1700 s ft nder MS# 248712$1 14,900
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mainta floors! Thie Family li ng space nod hrol hinwood
a home andenjoy the Peace and tranquity Maranna to offer Astalished spaciousroom can:bgreat room, kitdin easily convertedto a 5th bedroom if needed!
PavedadsSeveralLotsavaabetchosefr Country life pinHghway fenced. Close to high school, state park, airport, & so mful mor.custom Purhse home and 40
built 2000 square lfoot built, e 5B A f r unite! .his home an be offered asa short sal e! MLS #248281 oacrit obuy une! 80 ac ~ s
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this home is min a n peret spot for those wh e travel between MaHrianna ste a t Home. Over 1800 s Re
and Dothaon.C all today0ea too and t sho hiseautf ul home. Priced aas able for purchase also. Make an appointmentfor a AT O Lae e oemr aoln lDs
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hr ospita in M aianna ndia l Sprins MSob. P.e eH arteel btswe, ner ga
otly $59,900. This 4BR/2.5BA hometandd Needs some T
Updates already done! Just move n! Great investment waterfront on Lake Osceola. Home-haslarge porches, in-ground pool w/ EXECUTIVE HOME WITH ALL THE r th
cawith low payments! Hardwood Floore newe metal roof ewlinerad manyextras. Seller willallow:upto$18,000 iwardnew roof dBELLS AD WHISTLESI N IOvero 2800
and central heat/air. Just tooncute to pass up! Possible an fgd Under Airy with a Gorgeous LtOhor..eO rotse24x20polet
tosellfo and upgrades. Makenyour appt.today! Pricediat0$22.000 MLS#248285 Sunroom wtof Windows from #Alxl Et omud ma, dw6p.
hLeasegt of thse ont er e as l e nceFl tot elins s erlSkig8 o M LS# 249 113 $ 172000.
backyapdrThe Family Room Boasts
Blue Springs Plantation is W18 ceilings. built in entertainment centerand augranite see thru fireplace to i .a Bettil 3/dt C mlhiBurloee
located close to Thi appelig the sunrom. The Main Kitchen isa dream nite countertops with a center Ber 2Bah bo homet .
slga apoxsatel stylland witho lots of upgroasded cabinetsrio Theare is a 2 car attached garage with os.Tsok e
er Po a Patk ehome a oonus aoom which has central airced the d etched garage is larg e Heonouhghs lhoe oerred nI
sSeminole. These lots woud bautifl laminate oeto stIore yur toys!s Tere is alsd another b edTroom over the detached arageso. bilo o i rf 3mt' roo ugeado ut
be a PEoFECT Place tao build Shardwood floors, 11 Fglataod IlS rhoE
a om and enjo the Peace and tranquility Marianeas to oe An shd spacus great room, kit/dincombo, Ig b drUs & baths, big utility MOVE IN REA Ie & e0 a
andccupied. lt hbs a Puhlic w natder sytem, Under eround Utilite s Phone, Sewnnd s rmt new heat pump, 2-car garage, landscaped yard w/backyard Great 3/2 with over
Paved mads, Several Lots availabletochose from. Located on Blue Springs Highway fenced. Close to high school, state park, airport, & so much mere. 1900 sq ft! There is a MLS# 248822 $153,300
Make an appt tody P ced at only$154,900 MLS #247791 Mot ther in Law f guest ADe .





















*XIhouse! Large 1 acre lot e/ veI i,1oooSilto lBdo/
S tali a dining WHAT A BARGAIN ompletely remodeled d
r oors. Seller is ready This 1600 squarefoot from floors to ceiling! Beautiful sunroom
to look at all offers building on 2 acres overo on nice b a -h MS #248896 13 $ 0 0 .
and help a buyer fulfill
theirdream of owninga iS located on busy
pick it out yourself! autiful patio with a gardeningshed for Hy. 90 between Marianna and Cottondale. This structure MILL POND! Coy 2/1 with l
all your tools Small fenced area for children or ets. Don't miss has a large openarea with several office areas. Make an .1080 sqoverling lake mni ne
Merritt'sct for Poningn Kntcew we then hintewd, nrlae, en
son the fantastic price fr this beautiful home! MLS# 248529 t oi ht ati 59,900 MLS #249124 Larges Backyard with dec.k ianels hodmefec nthei ai
Beautiful well maintained and baths have had some 'moe W aq, r .wid i d oe .
1910 aHistoric Home in hThis prestigiouss datesl Living room femeIl bnedy Smo 'di l RAea
Bonifay. It has5 bedrooms 48R/3.5BA home in North caster bedroom Overlook r d t omse i i
cbathsd 6I has fireplaces Oaks Subdivision shows t hoeMwater! .ireplace in MLS# 248d977 $o14o3,300
knd hg rotm.itod! PricTwele from the time 'you ivin rwoomt hr MLS #247509ac ines # 247 h 1n ol
Sare aptrox. 12 feet high. It also features a large detached 2 car LR, Ig kitchen witt new s.s. refrig. & dishwasher, newtovetop, ISEVRAL UPATES IN Re.iald o
garage'(30x40) bt for your conveniencethere is an attached carport at plenty of cabinets and a breakfast area. Beautiful crown molding THIS 3/2 Home with 098039
hefront porcBh.The sellArivery motivated and is oen to all offers: Make th oughoutome Upftarsh ed bathwt age .eudt- papose sreu -f 1322q l 0Froot pa d e me oeynt lofh
u sa t 1 e T MLS# 24914o Tbs so muat e 000 MLSt #248914 to relax on. Carpe bieroneysmie.
Sml21 home a aitile and wood flooring.i embarqi &cm
*a help a/ b e o oHighly visible on HWY 72 Sunroom off the back. -L #24886 k
Blountstown. Nice area 12000+ so fH metal bldo Now avalae fer Leose. 2/1
of town and convenient to with offices, mtg room, Ig Located on Hwy 90 in o eouid convert front room ito
This is a great room, parts display Sneads. With a Little TLC another bedrom e ineeded. Loated
starter home. Fenced counter, tall sign pole out this home can be'your in Cypress. Cll Debbie tody for
$6 000w it out therself! backtiful pai wih up dnt, Ig wamehou e spaCe
and carport.u Too cute to pass p. Very affprdable at $6,000 with i the back w/ l up doors, partial fencea n a ter. 0. 4 Lost
an appointment today!' Priced at 95.t000 MLS # 247339 t 4/3;5 Brick home with over reafdanes ieedeS.
2300 sq it under air located ono Pets.
Short SaleApproved WATERFRONT ON MERRITS i1.23 acres! Below grounr d Poal ,ace: L
for $75600 on this MILL POND! Retreat from with nice patio area!Wood wa#45 le Locte $e3e
3/2 in the heartat l everyday pressures fo this buming fireplace, HuqoKitchenn modilns RU t.
withn center island! Large rf s oa lk:to .sinr be:br moh i-om
of Marianna. This u nique water front home w/ Family roow wt more a on rtir boatpotosh, e s- r
won't last long. gogeous views. 3BR/2BA; and Dining! Needs some TLC.. e ni Oro iloene all rno
Great Investment..Large lot with nice back yard. big windsqw views from each paed od
Located on Lime Street at the ded end. Don'twat to bedroom, new carpet, boat dok dock, 2 orkshop's, paved driveway, sec uded DOWNTOWN LIVING New i e$4900 i i
4/1rsee this home and make an offer, iLS#249221 frm main road. Fishng, boating, diving, swimming, etc. Beautif ul clearspng CHATTAHOCHEE. Lovely
s hs en ae o er. homL e mence tednr taal 00gn pLl#2uti 4/21 ea/2, 2 story home wtpress.Calebietodayf Ion
Thn we over1900 sq ft under air. The Vone. 3/2 alalbedrfhoo
This well maintained 3 master bedroo is on the first ln Pthalm, .ursehet e.Spoie
Bedroom 2 Bath has a 145 acre cattle farm floor and all other 3 bedrooms Ihee, he rmn ro
lot of charm. It has been with 2 homes, plus are upltairs. This home sits eaa lttnareo. n i orsand
vety well maintain ed a 2330' ommercial on a hill or a corner lot/Very & qiet on e la c reen ich.
kitchen was udated, has bldg neeeds new pevateyard.Newerhomewith l 200Pdeoebam.
a dishwasher, and is theo wl
highlight of this hoe, along with many other features. The roo was replaced roof, fenced & cross- all the extras. MLS 24889 2 W l48617
in2012andtheCentralAirandHeat unitisonlyabout3yrs.old.FormalDining fenced. Has4.wells-ofwhich 2 aresolar powered. Appx. 30 e eotrasMS24.8. Wet u Ba 3/2 Cutam Butlt
and Living area, Office/Computer Rootin, and a great workshop garage that is acres in clear pasture & balance in pine treesew/pasture.. LOCATED ON A CORNER! Large ncerh kone oi w o owe. SpiC
i-- I ceteil el________ Huge Ing room W 2 MaelnB r oil uct.i
ofMainn.- hs niu wtefonahm bedrooms. Screened Porch: Livin C on a nd only a 2
Completely renovated and Great investmAent property! Laundry Roo m. Sitting on 5 city mnuledg elot pi ng.
looks brand new inside! *,] boat Luandr Room. 2 5k 055 pv diea eecluded
New appliances, beautilul Currently bringing in ots and has abeautiful backya r rd
hardwood floors, unique $1300/tn. Hasa4-yr. with a 24x24 Outbuilding/Shop! $'y,00ML$#2485
CATTLE HasNII ar air.yr.
T design. Open ceilings lease remaining. Excellent Sold AS-IS. MS #24818
Were populain the'6s and this builder added 4'insulated panels to keep it
economical for heating and coling. Patio area perfectfor entertaining and family o-going business as a tentant Location is easy accessible from Hwy 90 and fSMALL FLOWING CREEK aBevely Thomas
fun. This home has character that gives it charm$215,000 MLS# 248150 drectly being inie Shopping Ctr. PRICED AT$149000 MLS #24839 with 3/2 Home with Realtor
Interstate 10 and Hwy 77 Kitchen area to Fami ly
adishwasherandiste rooffence&cross-pivateyrIndustrialbldg. w/N13,788m
EXIT -Fuel/Convesience s et undehrnof. Steel, room. Spit BedroOm
stnre in excellent location h"ealnd concrete block Plan. Located on 10 acres. # 8J$8I0ANNA Two story
to capitalize on Highway nwse tio W/concrete aNew on market so call for duplexeorh unitwih 2 bedrusi,
77 beach access traffic. 14' ceilinpsat List Priae. 1 bpth, hoawood Iar.n
2000 square footof retail space andttwo fuel islands are ready forLT e bt hr
an enterprising operator Property isin the county where alcohol sales eeves'The building Gree in H dCot Br ading dackl uposoirs oo vinyl downbtoad
wher assi oa tool crib area, office a Frame Hoist and a Jib Hoist. Bldg. After updating l [e gr
ame possible seven daysaweek. Oer 6000 vehicles pass thin location witred w/240 Volt, 600 Watt electrical. Ton many extras to lisb! ENJOY BEAUTIFUL
toen d dn oT.ni25.900 MLS#248936 t alloftero PRICED ATr$2959000 MLS# IVL248801 24817amos SU9SE ueS ON SUN LA.KE fee.1f9enffa 3ol4
A .13/2 well E ainuned an r':2/2 in With 2 aprox 1344 MLS249149 $39,900
"IV IV SaintafFN' and Sb Ft. Screened. porch: Idikhen UpdTwou
-dated ihome ose to Main Location Ioca S Ftior. Setnead poy
Chaottahoochee and within ocation this medical overlooking water. Located
inst a couple 0f nile office complex has 1530' on 1.35 acres. Sun Lake is home with rtsol rof, 5
iandscapedr e indaeo wi & 1 ClOyios the hnpital an 80 acre Bas Lake. Pier bedrooms, new gass energy
Le p ot pananit t Renosvated wnew metal and dock to fish onl New effiient windows, neweor kitdthen
nsonrate l anaom n nthitd.,large screened po$ch span roof. Has Sexam rms, 3 baths, waiting areas checkin area & exec. office, on maret so nail today upplionces and more. There is
w h of the nront o0 house, Thisisavery ornrme and o a Currently leased on a month-t amonth basis. Exc: rfor price!1 Home Waomty wits rit hems.
Itols surely a must see! ONLY $67.900'MLS# 248828 for your own business! PRICEO AT $137.500 MLS# 248089 MLS# 247494$130,000
HOME. True 4/3 Brick
This very nice 3/2: 2004 Lare tract of land home with a 3 car
Cavelier Mobile Huome is (408 acres) available garage on 2.4
located very dose to town
and approximately 1/8 r ght off of 110 ares On 2.24
miles from a public boat n Jackson County sq ft with a large
landing at Merritts Mill Pond. Some repairs needed. Pmperty is very private and close to Lake with a lrg
and the onyhome onthisroad.JustwalkdowntheroadtoMeittsMillPond Ocheesee. Excellent huntingand great potential fortimber living room. formal
Priced AS IS which makes it a very good deal on thisbhome. MLS# 248807 tract planted 2013. Great investment .property] There are,
__ __ __ __ __ __ some restrictions. Priced at $850,000 MLS#249160 21x16 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out AITHA Custom built home that cost was not a problem.
Separate LotsAvailable is Blue Sprngs Plantation on living areas and bedrooms. MIS #248717 There are so many special features in this home, stainless
Blue Springs Highway .4 lots -Sunny Hills, Chipley, FL $3,800/e4 LAND FOR SALE RETAILSAPCE steel Kitchen-Aide appliances, Jacuzzi tub, Whirlpool
S1AcreLoton0ldUSHwynorthofHwy162$10,000 *4lots-MashbumRd.,Marianna, FL$12,000/ea I washer and dryer and MORE! Call Bevely, 850-
10 Beautiful Acres on River Road near Lake Seminole $40,000 3 acres Lake Seminole Rd.- $50,000 209-5211 today and set appointment to see all of the
10 AcreTract off Blocker Road $35,000 20 acres- Church St., Cypress $50,000 features. Home also is handicap accessible.
.5 Acres off Sweat Pond Road $22,000 '.5 acre-Chipola River- $25,000 MLS# 248415 $159,900
S1Acre Comerlot on paved mad in Comass Lake 600 121 acre cattle farm $450,000


















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18B SUNDAY, JANUARY 5.2014 SPORTS JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com

F*Fishing Report
Lake Seminole for them in sizable schools beneath
Bass fishing remains good, with cool- large shad concentrations. Use live
iwater fish continuing to hold in the minnows.
"ditches." Seek them in grass, using lip- Hybrids, white bass, bream and cat-
T he late Jack Thought not less crankbaits as locator lures. Grassy fish continue to be slow at present.
Wingate once re- I'm also mesmerized by. flats are good target areas as well, with Lake Andrews/
marked, "A man ain't falling leaves; cascades of medium and deep-running crankbaits Chattahoochee River
got no worries when he's red, brown and gold show- paying off. Anglers may also find a bit Bass fishing is fair. Largemouths may
watchin' a cork." ering down around me of flipping action in shallow, dead veg- be caught along ledges in spots where
That's a pretty wonderful in the chill of an autumn etation during warmer periods. the current is not too fast. Fish spoons
thought. Quite true, too. moming.Ah, yes. Watch Crappies are fair and the fish remain or jig-and-pig combos and work the
I've gazed upon many obthe leaves fall, forget your reasonably active. Follow the bait- baits very slowly Bass fishing up the
a bobbing cork in my Bouboornc ga troubles. Don't worry, be fish and look for the crappie schools creeks can be prodlctive at times, but
time, from age four to utrs mnst happy. Works every time. directly beneath them in deep water. the bite there is more sporadic than
the present. Never in my me. A soaring red-tailed Until the deer I see too Minnows are the best bait choice. on the riter itself. Up the creeks use
cork-watching career can hawk, the brilliant hues late because I'm watching Breafn, catfish, white bass and hy- worms and crankbaits.
I recall fretting about any- of a cardinal, the perki- leaves turns out to be a brids remain slow for now. Catfishing is slow on'the big lakes, but
thing while thus engaged. ness of a Carolina wren; all Boone & Crockett 10-point Lake Eufaula can be fair to good up and downriver,
It's simply impossible. I these help sweep away my with a rack the size of a de- particularly during warmer prio of
can't conjure up a worry to worries. Of course, there nuded cedar tree. Watching Bass are slow to fair, with some py g warmer perio
save my life. Makes no dif- are those sadistic little trophy bucks bound away sallow fish taking medium-running the day. For larger cats, go downstream
ference if that old bobber's sparrows and warblers is abit less than soothing. crankbaits in grass at about 5 feet. and h bluffwanear iver bends
being tugged beneath the that refuse to sit still long I love watching moun- Fishing jigs in cover is also a good Taiwater cafishing is slor to fair. Us
water's surface by a hefty enough for me to nake a tain trout rise to feed on technique to try now. For deeper fish, frozen shad, worms or prpaed bait .
crappie or bluegill or just positive identification. I hatching insects late in go with Carolina-rigged worms on the Crappies will bite moderatelywell
lying there dead still, do- admit they have at times the afternoon or Lake ledges and drop-offs. Jigging spoons whe concentrations osh can
ing nothing. I just sit there made me weep, gnash my Seminole bluegills sucking may take deep fish as well and can be located.m
watching it and nothing teeth and wish fervently down mayflies in early used with good results on suspended Bream fishing remains slow.
seems to bother me. for a shotgun. Still, on the summer. I haven't a care bass beneath schools of baitfish. Generation schedules, pool levels, and other such
Thinking on that, I'm whole, it's a reasonably in the world as I "match Crappies should soon become more nformation for area waterways may be obtained by
reminded of a number of relaxing pastime. Really the hatch" and tie on aggressive biters, especially in water instructions and access the touch-tone for the
things besides fishing corks comes in handy when the a suitable fly. I gaze in temperatures of 50-plus degrees. Look Apalachicola River System. '
that lend themselves well fish aren't biting, too. worry-free wonder as my
to worry-free observation. Then there's the pleasure line flows gracefully in a
There areuntold things out of watching flowing water. flawless cast and settles on Gill
there worth watching. What's more soothing the surface of the pool. I
Take sunrises and than observing a wind- watch the fly alight upon
sunsets, for instance. They ing, slow-moving creek the water in a beautiful From Page 1B
don't last very long, but the or river? The sight can lull presentation. As usual, "We played well until we just completely
no-fret period they afford me into pleasant musing the trout aren't fooled. ran out of gas," Anderson said. "It kind of
me is pretty intense and or even peaceful slum- Nothing's biting. Except snowballed on us. The more tired we got, the
powerful. Good thing, too. ber. Indoors people have maybe the bear that shows more shots (Vernon) seemed to make."
Right after sunrise I have recently picked up on the up or the mayfly-disguised Stephen Silas added nine points for theYel-
to start worrying about therapeutic effects of this wasps from the huge nest lowjackets, with Austin Brown scoring eight.
writing schedules, dead- phenomenon. One notices in the willow tree. It was the first district loss of the season for
lines and angry editors. more and more wall foun- Ah, well. Maybe watch- the Tigers, who drhpped to 5-1 in league play
After sunset I must usu, tains, indoor garden pools ful reverie in the outdoors and 8-6 overall.
ally deal with the vexing and water sculptures these isn't so relaxing and sooth- Bouncing back'will be more than a little
realization that it's getting days. I, for one, think that ing after all. So much for difficult with a home game against the unde-
dark and I have once again trend is a good thing. With mellowing out my readers feated Marianna Bulldogs up next on Tues-
forgotten my flashlight, one exception: There's a today. day before a pair of tough road district con-
Watching birds comes to continuously tinkling wall To heck with it. I'm tests against Altha and Cottondale to finish
mind as well. Bird-watch- fountain in the waiting gonna go out and watch the week.
ers are never apt to become room of my urologist's of- a cork. Perhaps it will PHOTO BY HALEY BOGS/FOR THE FLORIDAN Vernon will next host Sneads on' Tuesday
too discombobulated. fice. My waits there aver- inspire me. It's been a Graceville's Marquavious Johnson night and end the week with district road
There's something about age 30 minutes to an hour. while since I wrote about puts up a shot in a game earlier this games of its own against Wewahitchka and
birding that always soothes Need I explain further? hypothermia, after all. season. Blountstown.,

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MCCOY' S FLORIDAN


Big Buck Contest
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j, Beast Huntin Buddy Camo Golf Cart
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Trophy Mount from Tanya with Outdoor
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Contest Rules
Entry must be a Florida Whitetail Deer. Deadline for entries is March 2nd, 2014.
The whole deer must be brought to McCoy's to qualify for the contest. All FBR score sheets must be submitted to McCoy's by March 9, 2014.
The highest grossed scored deer will determine the winner No entry fee required.
Each entry is required to provide an official signed FBR score sheet.
Winners will be announced on March 11,2014 and be published in the Jackson County Floridan on March 16, 2014.
Weekly entries will run in the Jackson County Floridan or go to www.jcfloridan.com to see all entries
Each photo will be placed on our braggin' board located at McCoy's.
Enter at McCoy's Outdoors 2823 Jefferson St. Marianna, FL 850-526-2921








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