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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Jackson County Floridan. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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charges
Staff report
A Panama Pity woman is facing drug
charges following a nighttime traffic stop
near Alford.
According to the Jackson County Sheriffs
Office, at approximately 10:20
p.m. Wednesday, a JCSO K-9
PHOTOS BYDEBORAHBUCKHALTER/JACKSONCOUNTYFLORIDAN unit performed a traffic stop
Mack Glass steps in for a close look at one of his mature Satsuma trees as water ices over to protect it in a 32-degree cocoon. in the area of Sterrett Drive
The ice insulates the main trunk of the tree from colder atmospheric temperatures around it. and Gardenview Road on
a Ford Mustang with faulty
equipment.
|Clements After contact was made with
the vehicle's occupants, a con-
Ssensual search was performed, which turned
up a small amount of methamphetamine
and a glass pipe Which were concealed in a
SJCSO says that the wallet was found inside
the purse of car passenger Haven Renea Cle-
ments, 20, of Lake Avenue in Panama City.
Clements was placed under arrest, charged
AH KHAwith possession of a controlled substance
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER @floridn.com (methamphetamine) and possession of drug
"t d paraphernalia. She .was transported to the
It seems odd at first glance to purposely ice down Jackson County Jail to await her first appear-
trees that are vulnerable to cold. ance in court.
But Mack Glass knew that was the only chance his -
Satsuma trees had to survive when he learned in his
obsessive weather tracking that an arctic blast would
send-temperatures into the teens here this week. O ce: G u n"
So Monday afternoon around 2 p.m., he started his
sprinkler system to spray water on all 600 trees in his
6-acre Satsuma grove at Cherokee Ranch in Marianna.
The sprinkler posts are placed snugly beside each tree's car stolen
main scaffold, or trunk. "
See TREES, Page 7A


aa grand on
Staff report
Law enforcement officers have made an
a arrest in Marianna after a juvenile allegedly
Thchoked his grandmother and then stole her
car and shotgun.
According to a press release from the Jack-
I I I son County Sheriff's Office, just before 1 a.m.
Thursday, the agency received a call regard-
ing a juvenile who had battered his grand-
This juvenile Satsuma tree (above), freshly planted at Cherokee mother and stolen her vehicle and a shotgun
Ranch, got special protection from the cold under the cover from her residence.
of a tarp for the past several days. At left: This Satsuma tree Following the deputy's arrival at the scene,
obviously has enough ice to protect itfrom the elements.
See JUVENILE, Page 7A


Marijuana grow operation found in nearby county

Room was hidden
behind a false wall
and bookcase
Staff Report Chesser Williams Matlock
Three area residents were arrested residence at 2800 Chesser Road, officials -
after allegedly being caught tending to reported.
30 marijuana plants at a home in Wash- Mason Casey Williams, 39, of Chipley,
ington County, and the related inves- is chargedwithcultivationofmarijuana,
tigation also led to the discovery of a possession of narcotic equipment and
marijuana lab concealed behind a'false possession of methamphetamines.
wall and a bookcase that opened into Jessie Victoria Matlock, 29, of Clarks-
the grow room. Authorities say they also ville is charged with possession of nar-
found an active "shake and bake" meth- cotic equipment. -
amphetamine lab at the home. According to a press release from the
Thomas Ray Chesser, 53, of unincor- Washington. County Sheriff's Office,
porated Washington County, is charged the arrests and discovery of the grow
with cultivation of marijuana, posses- lab were tied to an ongoing marijuana
sion of more than 20 grams of marijua- eradication initiative of the Washington SUBMfTTEDPHOTOS
na, manufacturing methamphetamine County Drug Task Force, made up of the Authorities with the Washington County Drug Task Force found a marijuana grow room behind a
and possession of narcotic equipment. false wall and the bookcase shown here after investigators discovered it in a home off Chesser
The materials were discovered in his See MARIJUANA, Page 7A Road.
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F iO R IDdANes FRIDAY, JAN.10 lunch. Guest welcome. For informationcontact at Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Publisher Valeria Roberts t Chamber of Commerce Power Breakfast and 638-1947 or cdjordan@bellsouth.net. r
vroberts@jcfloridan.com Networking Event-7 a.m.- 9 a.m. Agricultural B Girl Scout Winter Tea Party-noon-2 p.m. at TUESDAY, JAN. 14
Center Complex, Penn Ave., Marianna sponsored the Masonic Temple 3024 Jefferson St. in Marianna. ) Republican Club of West Florida Meeting
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski by Regions Bank. Guest speaker: Robert Goetz. For Cost is $15 per couple which includes patch. All Noon at Jim's Buffet& Grill, 4329 Lafayette St.,
doberski@jcfloridan.com more info call 482-8060. girls kindergarten thru 12th grade registered and Marianna. Call 352-4984.
SACT Registration deadline-Chipola College for unregistered is welcome. Call 209-9772tis
CONTACT US February test date. For information, call 718-2211 or )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 430- Optimist Club of Jackson County Board Meet-
SUBSCRIPT N R Evisit www.chipola.edu. 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist in on at Broa St., Mriann
FAHome : 850-482-8 d $11.23 per mon; $32.83 Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. )e Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
FAX:for three month; $050 r sx C Lati istruents an Fameno daCitizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com a.m.-9 a.m. at the Agricultural Center on*Penn Ave. 482-5028.
in Marianna. SUNDAY, JAN. 12
StreetAddress: ))include a Republica Wor0 Mrianna (Clin n S Club of West Florida-noon at Jim's
4403 Constitution Lan e e BHooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson ))Jackson County Yu th Council of the NAACP- buffet and Grill in Mariann. Keith Wilm all be
ion ust paid in L dan3 e County Public Library, Mariana Branch. New and 4 p.m. at the St. James AMf Church in Marianna. speaking on the Affordable Care Act. Do not have to
oari: $ 46.12 fr te experienced hand crafters welcome to create, m Alcoholics Anonymous Closeed Discussion be a member of RpublicanClub nor a republican
Office Hours: share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482- S 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist to attend. Call 352-4984.
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 9631. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. AtMr Tickets on sale for Chipola Artist Series event

















year County is open to any male ages 3-26 If youwould TicksArmory and Agricultural Center. Guest speaker is
k Chess Club -6 p.m. 8 p.r First United tendance limited to persons with a desire to stop Harpist Anna Maria Mendieta-2 p.m. 5 p.m. at
MISS YOUR PAPER? MethodisfChurch on Clinton St. in Marianna. drining. Chipola Box Office o online tickets atww.chipola.
Sh Sponsored by Mariann Optimist Club for students Alcoholics Aono ymous Meeting 8 p.m. in edu. Tickets are$14 adults $10 age 18 and under.
shaold eeie o nesaer no laer fora students 8 18 years of age in Jackson County. the oard room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, The music and dance progran is complete with
than a.m If it does not arrive, call Circua- All students and their parents are welcome. Plalyers 5429 College Drive, Graceville. Latin instruments and Famenco dancers.
tione beween 6a.m. and noion, Tuesday to of all skill levels including beginners are welcome.
nFridayand 7 a te era.mr on Sunday, w heer Call 693-0473. Employability Workshop-2:30 p.m. Marianna
MONDAY, JAN 13 One Stop Career Center. "12 Keys'to Success" is
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) a Chelebrate Recovery w 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship the orkshop. It is free and open thoe pubisc.
ispublished Tuesday through Friday and Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult Marianna Lions Club Meeting- Noon at Jim's aedonia t. in Marianna. losed dis
ere sa e no iaiiy or noninuand teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and Buffet & Grill 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call- 89 csh is facilitated by a Certified Motivational
Sunday mornin. Periodical postage paid hang-ups" Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call 482-2005. Career Coach. Visit employflorida.com to register
at Marianna,, FL..3for these informative workshops.
at Marianna FL. 209-7856. 573-1131. B Tickets on sale for Chipola Artist Series event teeino a workshop
SI Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 Harpist Anna Maria Mendieta-2 p.m. 5p.m. at p SpeciaSchool Board Workshop Meeting-
SUBSCRITION RATES p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Chipola Box Office or online tickets at www.chipola .m. Jacksonl County School Board Office at 2903
Home delivery:$11.23 per month $32.83 Church 2901 Caledonia St. in Mariann. edu. Tikets are $14adults $10 age 18 and under. efferson St., Mariann. Open to the public.
amount pd for suh a tismnt This The musc and dance program is communite with CAutism Support Group Meeting 6 pm. in the
for three months $62.05 for six monthsa Latin instruments and Flamenco daacers. First Presbyterian Church Fell owship Hall, Mariann
and $23.45 for one year. All prices include SATURDAY, JAN. 11Marianna (Clinton Street entrance). Family members, caregiv-
publish illegal material of any kinddverts- Employability Workshop-2:30 p.m. Mariann
applicable stateand localtaxes. Stop Career Center."Mock Interviewing" is e ad service providers welcome. C11526-243
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Youth Community Choir and the Save Our Chil- the workshop. It is free and open to the public. The American Legion Smith-Kelly Post 100 Veter-
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months dren Black Awareness Program-9 am. workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational ans dinner and meeting-6 p.m. at the American
$92.24 for six months and $184.47 for one at Pope Chapel AME Church, 4898 Blue Springs Career Coach Visit employfloridaco to register Legion al Smith-Kelly Post 100ocated West of
Rd., Marianna. The Boys to Men Choir of Jackson for these informative workshops. Mariannaon U.S. 90 next to the national Guard
year. County is open to any male ages 3-26. If you woulda Armory and Agricultural Center. Guest speaker is
like to join or need mor e info contact Carol Marks Sneads Elementary School Advisory Coun- itou
ADVE C ISING 693 9630 or Leon Kelly 209-4310. cil meeting-4 pm. in the school library. Public TreyYoung of Altha. He will be speaking on training.
news of general interest free of charge. cinvited disturbance, one verbal disturbance, fire, four burglar alarms, Ghorses. For more info call 482-3744.
The advertiser agrees that the publisher Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10to ie alam eigt ta- ue o a eit a auulent ue o )
shall not be liable for damages arising a.m. until last patient is seen at 1770 Carolina St. in )Jackson County Quilters Guild Meetingt, to aton oftaty eub rbating p. t
Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, the Jackson County Pblic Lary, 2929Gree St.









smay apply orweing, engagement p lic service calls, two welfare dispute, four follow-up investigations, 13 Jesup, Ga., driving under the influence.
out of errors and advertisements beyond without medical insurance treats short-term illness- 3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meet- Mar anna. Paula Snellgrove, Family History Director
the amount paid for the space actually es and chronic conditions. Appointments available ings are fourth Mondays; o other Mondays ar for e C
occupied by that portion of the advertise- (call 263-7106 or209-5501); walk-ins welcome projects, lessons and help. All quilters welcome. Call f Mariann will speak to the Club about gnealogy
ments in which the error occurred, whether Sign in before 11 a.m. 209-7638. transport, one Baker Act transport, and one Cattaoocee, old for Caloun Co.
such error is due to the negligence of the Cipola Chapter, NSDAR, will meet for llowSha- City of Jacob council Meting-6 p.m at the Alfordholics Aonymous Closed Meeting alia. 8-9





















The Jackson County Floridan's policy report: Two dead persons (one hospice Jail Population: 186
publisher s employees or otherwise, and ing of Quiltus"-1 a.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal Jacob City Hall. Public welcome p.m. ir the AA room of First United Methodist
report an error, please call 526-3614 Church, 4362 Lafayette St., Mariann. Arrive at The Alcollowiics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 cussion with 12 &12 study. Everyon with a desire
there shall be not liability for non-inser- 10:30 to set up quilt display. Bring a brown bag p.m. in the AA room-of First United Methodist to stop drinking is welcome.
amount paid for such advertisement. This The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publicounty jail during theo: Community Calendar, Jackson County Florida P. Box 520, -Mariann, FL32447.
newspaper will not knowingly accept or email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
publish il!egal material of any kind./ dvertis-
ing which expresses preference based on Police Ro indup
legally protected personal characteristics is
not acceptable. Marianna Police Department one burglary, one physical disturbance, periods:
four verbal disturbances, one residential B Thaddeus Svoboda, 22, 2737 Penn Ave.,
HOW TO ETOUR The Marianna Police Department listed ___ fire, one dumpster fire, two Marianna, criminal mischief less than
HOW TO GE YOUR the following incidents for Jan. 8, the latest reports of a gas leak, 18 $200, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest
NEWS PUBLISHED available report: One accident, one escort,
The Jackson County Floridan will publish one report of mental illness, one physi- med alls, ofe deus h out violene.
news ohfire, four burglar alarms, Graceville, failure to appear (fraudulent
Submitone burglar alarm, three traffic stops, one two fire alarms, eight traf- use of a credit card, fraudulent use of ID),
t e mi nd larceny complaint, one anial complaint, fic stops, three larceny complaints, two violation of state probation.
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, one retail theft, one assist of another agen- criminal mischief complaints, one civil B Carol Jodon, 70, 64 Larry Poppell Road,
Fees may apply-for weddiig, engagement, cy, three public service calls, two welfare dispute, four follow-up investigations, 13 Jesup, Ga., driving under the influence.
anniversary and birth announcements. checks and 15 home security checks. property checks, seven assists of motorists B Ryan Peace, 35, 4214 Cedar St., Maril-
or pedestrians, two assists of other agen- anna, hold for Leon Co.
Photographs must be of good quality and r cies, five criminal registrations, one general B Dustln Freund, 25, 4487 Blue Star Hwy,
suitable for print.The Floridan reserves the ackson Countytransport, one Baker Act transport, and one Chattahoochee, hold for Calhoun Co.
right to edit all submissions. The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and violation of injunction. B Steven Landry, 34, 1794 Virginia St.,
GETTING IT RIGHT county fire/rescue reported the follow- Alford, possession of drug paraphernalia.
ing incidents for Jan.8, the latest available Jackson County
The Jackson County Floridan's policy report: Two dead persons (one hospice Correcional Facility Jail Population: 186
is to correct mistakes promptly. To death, one natural causes), five abandoned To report-a crime, call CrimeStoppersat 526-5000 or a
report an error, please call 526-3614 vehicle reports, four suspicious vehicle The following persons were booked into local law enforcement agency.To report a wildlife violationr
Monday-Friday. reports, one suspicious person, one escort, the county jail during the latest reporting call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


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COTTONDALE FFA SUPPORTS

PARTNERS FOR PETS











SUBMITTED PHOTO
Pictured (from left are Garrett Grimsley, First Federal Bank market manager; Steve Benton,
Jackson County superintendent of schools; Michael Kilts, supervisor of Federal Programs
Jackson County School Board; and Sandy Spear, First Federal Bank SVP regional manager.


First Federal Bank contributes

to Jackson County School Board
SUBMITTED PHOTO
First Federal Bank con- "I am grateful to the quality of life for all. Since n Dec. 20, the Cottondale FFA delivered a truck load of
First Federal Bank of Flor- loyalty of our customers its incetin in 2010, First requesteditems to
ida proudly announces a who share'in our mission Federal has given over requested items to the Marianna Partners for Pets. This sup-
$1,000 contribution to the to provide support to our $62,000 to local agencies ply drive began at the beginning of November and contin-
Jackson County School communities," said Keith through the Community tied until December. Thisopportunityto assist was also extended to
Board. The school board Leibfried, president and Rewards Program. This is
will use donations to help CEO of First. Federal. "It in addition to the thoun the other classes at Cottondale High. The Cottondale FFA is proud
fund the backpacks for is through their commit- sands of dollars andvolun- to be able to support the Partners for Pets and looks forward to con-
kids program which pro- ment to st Federal that teer hours that First Fed- tinue this as an annual event. Also the Cottondale FFA would likto
vides nutritious meals for we are able to donate to eral and its employees give thank all the other classes at the high thatheledwith this project.
students. these organizations that each year. thank the other classes at the high thathelped with this project.
The Community Re- provide valued services to If you, are interested Pictured (from left) are: Stan Scurlock, advisor; Miranda Sapp,.
wards Program is -a way our communities. We are in helping support your president; and Colby Hargrove, vice president.
for First. Federal and the hopeful that our contri- community through the
community to partner butions will inspire other Community Rewards Pro-
together to support local businesses and individuals gram, stop by your local
organizations. Every time to also contribute to these First Federal branch or our PEOP SBAN A
a First Federal customer, important- worthwhile call customer care center
who is enrolled in the pro- projects." at 386-362-3433 to enroll
gram, uses their debit card At First Federal we be- your debit card. If you are rEO NT 7 vrT
to make a signature-based lieve that banking with us an organization that is in- EM PLOY
transaction, First Federal is an investment in you. terested in participating in
donates money to a partic- For over 50 years First Fed- the Community Rewards
ipating organization. First eral has been committed Program, please visit our
Federal customers just to building vibrant com- website ww.ffsb.com
have to swipe, sign and munities through the sup- and click on the Contribu-
support. All money raised port of education, sports, tion. equests learn more
comes from First Federal. the arts and improving the picture.
















received a gift card as appreciationmfor their years of service to
the bank and their customers. Pictured are Stacey Martin, five-year
employee and Nichole Evans, 20-year employee. Peoples Bank of
Graceville, one of the area's only independently and locally owned
banks, will be celebrating 40 years of service to Graceville and
surrounding communities in 2014,

Local Brief
NAP Application for Coverage). Producers green peanuts.
ClsSin-g dates must file the application For further information
conand service fee by the ap- about the NAP, please con-
The Non-insured Crop plicatiorn closing date. The tact the Jackson County
Disaster Assistance Pro- application closing date FSA Office, 2741 Penn-
SUBMITTED PHOTO gram provides financial is rapidly approaching for sylvania Avenue, Suite 8,
he National FFA Creed Speaking CDE is designed to recog- assistance to producers the following crops: Marianna, Florida 32448
nize outstanding FFA members for their ability to present the of non-insurable crops a Jah. 31- Cucumbers, or call 526-2610 ext. 2.
nize outstandingFFAmembers fortheirabilityto presentthe when low yields, loss of eggplants
SNational FFA Creed in a competitive setting. Members deliver inventory or prevented a Feb. 28 Beans, canta-
the Creed from memory and respond to three questions. The event planning occur due to a loupe, sweet corn, grapes,
Fo natural disaster. Eligible honeydew, peas, pump-
gives FFA members the opportunity to develop their ability to com- producersmay apply ldkins, rutabegas, squash,
municate in a powerful, organized and professionalmanner. The Sub for coverage using form watermelons, millet (gz), ,
district II winner was Alyssa Stephens from Marianna FFA. Alyssa will CCC-471 (Application perennial peanuts (fg) and
advance to District competition in February.


State Briefs
AG taps Tampa attorney on beaches near the hotels. o (6 84 9 Ph ilip
to lead office Former deputies charged
TALLAHASSEE Florida Attorney in jiassault '
General Pam Bondi is turning to a Tampa i al aSSault
attorney and lobbyist to lead her office. FORT MYERS Two former DeSoto
Bondi is hiring Tyler Cathey to serve County deputies were indicte'd for lying
as chief deputy attorney general Cathey and obstructing an investigation into an
is currently an attorney with the Tampa assault of an inmate. F '
office of Englander Fischer. He served The U.S. Justice Department on C T
as a special counsel to Bondi's 2010 Thursday announced that a grand jury Carat The PIVE C's
campaign. had indicted former deputies Steve Color
Cathey replaces Carlos Muniz, who had Rizza and Jonathan Mause. S Clarity
been chief of staff and deputy attorney Rizza was charged with violating the s E) 1/ Cut
general. Muniz joined McGuireWoods civil rights of another. The indictment u M 82 CONFIDENCE
Consulting as a senior vice president on alleges he assaulted a DeSoto County Eveg rwnM i Marianna's Most
Dec. 31. Jail inmate last May.chgnT s M
Muniz had worked for Bondi since she Both Rizza and Mause were charged Trusted Jeweler
took office in 2011. He played a pivotal with falsifying records in a federal 1 1 2P2 Est. 1971
role in helping guide the day-to-day probe, obstructing justice and commit- -.la ts
operations for the Republican attorney ting perjury before a grand jury. Mause
general. also was charged with makinga false t2
Catheyrecently represented hotels statement to a federal investigator. doo 8 24 3 -3 5 tr
upset that Treasure Island city officials u r 59 wats 8ewelers.4om
were allowing people to park their cars From wire reports ta .... .. ..





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Masonic Lodge No. 99 to hold 40th annual banquet

Special to the Floridan Lynchburg, Va. in New Orleans in 1979. developing "intelligent"
He served in the mili- He was ordained at worshippers. He strives
The Reverend Lance A. tary for 24 years before Headquarters Chapel in to teach Christians to
Bonds is a native of New retiring. While in service, Daleville, Ala. His min- enjoy their relationship
Orleans and is married to he served as a military istry has afforded him with Christ and other Rev. Lance Bonds will speak
Carole Council Bonds and police officer, served in the opportunity and the people. His greatest desire at St. Joseph Masonic
is the father of five and the infantry, was an equal experience of bringing is to bear the Master say, Lodge #99 40th Annual
grandfather of six. opportunity specialist, "theWord" to churches in "Well Done!" Banquet on Saturday, Jan.
He received his B. S. and served as an assistant Alabama, Federal Repub- He accepted the 18, beginning at 6 p.m. in
Degree in Christian Edu- biological lab technician lic of German, Hawaii and call to New Mount the Fellowship Hall ofNewtist
cation from the Baptist in the Drug and Alcohol Korea. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, 2870 Mi ary Street
College of Florida at Abuse Program, as well He is quite fond of his Church onAug. 31, 2013. Marianna.
Graceville, Florida and his as a nuclear security prison ministry, foreign When not at New Mt.
A. S. Degree in Criminal specialist. He accepted the missions and evangelistic Olive, he enjoys spending
Justice from Enterprise call to the ministry in 1978 experience. He is a teacher time with his family, espe-
Community College, in Colorado Springs, Colo- as well as a preacher who cially his grandchildren,
Enterprise, Alabama. rado and was licensed at has as his goal to intro- and fulfilling his duties
He has done further study the Saint duce as many people as as Chief of Police of Level
at Liberty Baptist College, Joseph Baptist Church he can to Christ while Plains, Ga. SUBMITTED PHOTO


Religion Calendar
FRIDAY, JAN. 10 taught by Jacquelyn McGriff. at 2:30 wit Pastor Nelson Closet, 2856 Orange St. in selling hot dog and chili dog Ridge featuring Pastor Hubert
SYouth Activity Night 6 Call 276-6024. Wilson in charge. Everyone Marianna. plates. For more info call 352- Neel.
p.m. at Marianna Church of invited. 4733.
God. Ages: 12-19. Call 482- THURSDAY, JAN. 16 January Bible Study FRIDAY, JAN. 24 FRIDAY, JAN. 31
6264. ) Free clothing giveaway 9 KickoffChili Supper-5 pm. Youth Activity Night 6 SUNDAY, JAN.26 )Youth Activity Night -.6
) Ugandan Thunder appear- a.m. to noon at Mother Agnes' Bethlehem Baptist Church, p.m. at Marianna Church of ) Sunday night sing-6:30 p.m. at Marianna Church of
ing-6 p.m. St. Luke Missionary Closet, 2856Orange St. in Kynesville. Everyones invited. God.Ages: 12-19. Call 482- p.m. Emmanuel Holiness God.Ages: 12-19. Call 482-
Baptist Church, Marianna. Marianna. For more info call 579-9940. 6264. Church in Grand Ridg. Special 6264.
Call 526-4070 for more infor- n Gospel Sing-6:30 p.m. Celebrate Recovery Adult, guest will be "Perfect Grace" Revival-6:30 p.m. Em-
mation. FRIDAY, JAN, 17 Emmanuel Holiness Church, teen meetings to "overcome from Valdosta, Ga. manuel Holiness Church, Grand
G RCelebrate Recovery- Youth Ridge featuring "The hurts, habits and hang-ups in Ridge featuring Pastor Hubert
Recovery) Youth Activity Night 6 Shepherds." a safe environmernt:'" 7 p.m. at TUESDAY, JAN.28 Neel.
Adult, teen meetings to p.mat Marianna Church ofa ae env ent p TUESDAY, JAN 8 ee
"overcome hurts, habits and God. Ages: 12-19. Call 482- Evangel Worship Center with )) Date to Live Healed Heal- ) Celebrate Recovery Adult,
hang-ups in a safe environ- 6264. MONDAY, JAN. 20 praise and live worship music, ing School Class -7 p.m.in teen meetings to"overcome
ment:'7 p.m. at Evangel Wor-'- ing School Class 7 pm. in teen meetings to "overcome
ment p.m.atEvangel CelebrateAdult Bible Study-7p.m. :30 testimonies and fellowship Din- the Bascom Town Hall at 49,69 hurts, habits and hang-ups in
ship Center with praise and live Celeb ate:Rec ey -Ad lt B bleStudy -aple'--u
woshi music testimonies and teen meetingstoovercome p.m. Bethlehem Baptist Church ner: 6p.m. Child care available Basswood Road. Free classes a safe environment," 7 p.m. at
fellowship. Dinner: 6 p.m. hurts, habits and h hang-ups in in Kynesville. Classes foi all Call 209-7856,573-1131. taught by Jacquelyn McGriff. Evangel Worship Center with
eavailable. Call 209-7856, afe environment 7p.m. t ages including nursery to adult. Call 276-6024. praise and liveworship music,
573-1131. Evangel Worsfip Center with Light refreshments will be SATURDAY, JAN. 25 testimonies and fellowship. Din-
praise and live worship music, prvided.eryone welcome. Free clothing gieaway -9 WEDNESDAY, JAN.29 ner p.m. Child care available.
SGospel Sing-7 p.m. Carr testimonies and fellowship. Din- For morenfo call 5799940. a.m.to noon at Mother Agnes' Reviva-30 Em- Call 209-7856 573-1131.
Chapel on S.R. 73, two miles ner: 6 p.m. Child care available: Closet, 2856 Orange St. in manuel Holiness Church, Grand
north of Clarile. eatured Call209-7856,573-1131. TUESDAY,JAN.21 Marianna. RidgeeaturingPastorubert FEB. 1
singers are "Dixie Echoes." For Ridge featuring Pastor Hubert
more info call 674-8025. Dare to Live Healed Fruit of the Spirit Pro- Neel. Revival-6:30p.m.Em-
SATURDAY, 18 Healing School Class- 7 gram-6:30 p.m.at New manuel Holiness Church, Grand
SATURDAY, JAN.11 Free clothing giveaway 9 .m. in the Bascom Town Hall Beginning Outreach Minis- THURSDAY JAN. 30 Ridge featuring Pastor Hubert
SATURDAYm. to noon at Mother Agnes at 4969 Basswood Road. Free tries, Inc. in Jacob City. The i A.N 3.01 Neel.
1. Free clothing giveaway- 9 a to noon at oter gnes classes taught by Jacquelyn program will be conducted by Free clothing giveaway 9 FEB.2
a.m. to noon at Mother Agnes' arianna. McGriff all 276-6024. various ministers from various a.m.to noon at Mother Agnes' Revival-6:30 p.m Em-
Closet, 2856 Orange St. in churches. The'Church of God Closet 2856 Orange St. in manue Haoliness Church, Grand
Marianna. Chili Dinner-6 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22 By Faith praise team will be in Marianna. R e featurHoling Pastor Hubertch, Grand
Heaven'sWay Biker Church, Ridge featuring Pastor Hubert
Heaven's Way Biker CBirch, 7p .m charge of praise and worship. ; Revival-6:30p.m. Em- Neel.
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ASSEMBLY OF GOD Circle Hill Baptist Church Friendship Baptist Church of Malone New Hoskle Baptist Church Trinity Baptist Church
7170 Circle Hill Rd 5507 Friendship Church Rd 4252 Allen St .3023 Penn Ave
Alford First Assembly of God Sneads, FL 32460 592-2327 Malone, FL 32445 569-2379 Greewdod FL 32443 594-7243 Marianna,. FL 482-3705, ,
1782 Tennessee St P.O. Box 228 www.Trinity arianna.co
Alford, FL 82420 Collins Chapel Baptist Church. Grand-Ridge Baptist Church New Hope Freewill Baptist www.TrintyMaranna.com
ascom A ssmbly od5005 3rd Ave (5499 Collins Chapel Rd) 2093 Porter Ave P.O. Box 380. Sweet Pond Rd ' ,. Union Hill .
Bascom Assembly of God Malone, FL 32445 569-5644 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592:4846 Dellwood, FL 592-1234 3115 Union Hill Rd
o16 HumFmini 2 72-7775 Crossroads Baptist Church Southern grandridgbcembarna.co New Hope Missionary Baptist Marianna, FL 32446 526-5711
Shugroad@embargmail.com Baptist Greater Buckhorn Missionary Baptist 3996 Wintergreen Rd Victory Baptist Church
3276 Main St.- P.O. Box 386 Church Greenwood, FL 32443 592-8802 2271 River Rd ,
Cypress Grove Assembly of God Cottondale Fl. 32431 352-2636. 4691 Hwy 162 New Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Sneads, FL32460 593-6699
3250 Cypress Grove Rd amacus 'reewill Baptist Marianna, FL 32446 ..594-5761 2870 Barnes St P.O. Box 312 www.victorybaptistfl.com
cppressgrovechurch.org 3700 Kynesville Rd Greenwood Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32447 482-7595 Whit. Pond Baptist Church
Marianna, FL 32448 482-5878 4156 Bryan St P.O. Box 249 New Salem Baptist Church P.O. Bo, 458 Mill Pond Rd
Cords Of Love Assembly Of God Dellwood Baptist Church Greenwood, FL 32443 594-3883 3478 Kynesville Rd Alford, FL 32420 3524715
2060 Bethelehem Rd
Cottondale, FL 32431 272-0254 5512 Blue Springs Rd Hasty Pond Baptist Church Marianna, FL 32448 579-4343 CATHOLIC
Greenwood, FL 32443 592-6954 4895 Hasty Pond Rd, Marianna, FL Pleasant Hill Baptist Churchnne Catholc Church
Eastside Assembly of God Church Eastside Baptist Church Heaven's Way Biker Church 6687 Brushy Pond Rd Anne Catholic Church
lop44yahoocom 526-2422 4785 Highway 90 A Ministry of Alford Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32442.718-8401 Marianna, FL 3244 482-3734
El hel Assembly God Mariana FL 526-2004 3924Woodrest *334-806-4258 Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church www.stanne@stannemar.ptdiocese.org
El Bethel Assembly of God www.eastsidebaptistchurcp.com Cottondale, FL 32431 .334-806-4258 RedoTh wZ'^nne S Z^'00656'0^
2503 El Bethel Church Rd i t 6704 Reddoch Road www.stannemarianna.org
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 593-6044 Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church Holly Grove Free Will Baptist Church Grand Ridge, FL 32442* 592-2273
randRidge, FL 32442 593-6044 3360 Gardenview Rd 2699 Highway 73S Pine R B t Church CHURCH OF CHRIS
First Assembly of God Cottondale, FL 32431 579-4223 Marianna, FL 32448 482-3489 3064 Pine Ridgea Church Rd CavernsRd Church of Christ
55ra65evile, FL 32440 263-3351 Everena Missionary Baptist Inwood Baptist Church Alford, FL 32420 4448 River Rd
Graceville, FL 32440263-3351 5309 Ellaville Rd 2012 Inwood Rd P Gov t Church Marianna, FL 482-2605
First Assembly of God Church Campbellton, FL 32426 263-3900 Grand Ridge, FL 32448 593-5328 2136 Piney Grove Rd ch
Mariann FeL 32446 First Baptist Church Liberty Hill Missionary Baptist Church Cottondale, FL 32431 352-3800 CHURCH OF GOD
482-20 3172 Main St 5239 Libe.y Hill Road Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church Grand Ridge Church of God
482-2800. www.mariannafirst.org Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4586 Bascom FL 32426 569-5949 5481 Pleasant Ridge RdBaptist 2232 Porter Ave Grand Ridge, FL
First Assembly of God Church of First Baptist Church Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church Mariann, FL 324465 9 263-8007 5, 32442 or
Cottondale 5366 Ninth St P.O. Box 98 318i Little Zion' Rd P.O. Box 190i 592-5301 or 592-2814
2636 Milton St MaonF/25 569-2426 3181Little Poplar Springs Missionary Baptist
Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4626 Malone, FL 32445 Sneads, FL 32460 592-1614 Church Marianna Church of God
Faith Baptist Church Lovedale Baptist Church 2662 Poplar Springs Rd (All services interpreted for the
Faith Haven Assembly of God 2494 Hwy 71 South 6595 Lovedale Rd Bascom, FL 32423 Marianne, FL 32446.526-3176 hearing impaired.)
7135 wy 90 Marianna, FL 482-2869 592-5415 or 592'2134 2791 Jefferson St, Marianna, FL 32446
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-8205 592-5415 or 592-2134 Providence Baptist Church 482-6264 mariannacog.com
P randrim Rest AssmbIy 3 f 5 First Baptist Church Marvin Chapel Free Will Baptist Church 6940 Providence Church Rd
Pilgrim Rest Assembly bf God 8010 Pope St PO. Box 246 2041 Hope School Dr Grand Ridge, FL 32442.* 592-5481 CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
3347 Pilgriannam Rest Chuch32448579-2300Road neads, FL 32460 Marianne, FL 32448482-5375. pbch@embarqmal.com Glorious Gospel Church of God in
Mrianna, FL 32448 579-2300.. First Baptist Church of Bascom www.marvinchapelfwb.com Rocky Creek Baptist Church Christ
Welcome Assembly of God 4951 Basswood Rd P.O. Box 97 Midway Freewill Baptist Church 5458 Rocky Creek Rd 4255 Clay St *Marianna, FL 32448
6784 Mesey Rd Bascom, FL 32423 569-2699 Midway Freewil Baptist Church Rocky lay St Marianna, FL 32448
Grand Ridge, FL 32442.592-5077 1600 Church St Marianna, FL 32448 526-7508 594-1096 or 557-4019
Welcpmehometom@yahoo.com First Baptist Church of Campbellton 6158 Rocky Creek Rd Salem Free Will Baptist Miracle Restoration Center
2405 Hwy 2 3 Marianna, FL 32448 592-8999 2555 Kynesville Rd 2997 Hall Street
Campbelton, FL 32426 263-3183 Mount Olive Baptist Cottondale, FL 32431 579-4194 Marianna, FL 32448 526-2335
First Baptist Church Southern Baptist 6045 Hwy 2 www.salemfreewillbaptist.com
BAPTIST 987 8th Ave P.O. Box 565 Bascom FL 32423* 569-5080 Refuge Tabernacle Church of God In
Graceville FL 32440.263-3323 Shady Grove Baptist Church Christ
Alford Baptist Church Gracevle FL 32440 263-3323 Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church 7304 Birchwood Rd 2820 Chipola Street
1764 Carolina St P.O. Box 6 fbcgracevile@belsouthnet 3695 Popular Springs Rd Grand Ridge FL 32442 592-6952 Marianna, FL 32448 482-2607
Alford, FL 32420 850-573-3249 W. t, a o Marianna, FL 32446 594-4161 St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church The New Zion Temple Church of God
Bethe Missionary Baptist Church 2897 Green St Marianna, FL 32446 Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church 2871 Orange Street In Christ
2137Cypress, FL 592-4108 526-4200 www.bcmarianna.org, 5382 Old US Road Marianna, FL 32448 482-2591 1022 Washington Ave
Cypress, FL 592-4108 a Malone, FL 32445 569-2049 St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church Graceville, FL 32440
Bethel Star Mlsslonary Baptist Church First Freewill Baptist Church of Malone
4134Bethel Star Missionary Baptist Church 544010th treet (Hwy 71 N.) New Easter Missionary Baptist Church 1935 Jacob Road Victory Tabernacle Church of God In
4134 Licon Ave O. Box 385 977 Hobe Ave Cottondale, FL 32431 263-4097 Christ
Marianna, FL 32448 482-4866 MaloneFL32445 850-569-2786 Graceville, FL 32440 658-8344 St. Peter Missionary Baptist 6752 Highway 90
Bethlehem Baptist Church First Freewill Baptist Church New Galilee Missionary Baptist Church 7889 McKeown Mill Rd Grand Ridge, FL 32442 209-7711
2300 Bethlehem Rd 7970 Davis St 2155 Highway 73 South P.O. Box 234 P.O. Box 326 593-3363
Cottondale, FL 32431 579-9940 Sneads, FL 32460 593-5400 Marianna, FL 32447 482-5499
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Ave. in Tallahassee, under the public on all germane able to compare available
the guidance of the Rev. aspects related to the options, prices, and plans
Dr. Julius H. McAllister, Affordable Health Care by filling our just one ap-
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Town Hall Meeting: The What is the Affordable such as Medicaid or the
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hosting its inaugural lec- sive health reform, the Marketplaces are offered
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ing Christmas gifts to tepants of Chipola Hotel. The children The Church intends to more Americans with af- the United States De-
, collected items donated by the church and fixed gifts bags for convene discussions and fordable health insurance partment of Health and
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the men and omen of the hotel. While delivering the bags they also to all people in an effort care costs, closing thegap it. For South Georgia
entertained the tenants with several Christmas Carols. The children to educate and enlighten on healthcare dispar- : and Nlorth Florida it is
were truly blessed by their act of giving. our communities. This ities thus improving Blue Cross, Blue Shield.
meeting will include the healthcare delivery Commonly asked ques-
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Pope strikes have the tifle if their office Chicago Catholic able Care Act to include: health insurance and 50 different types of plans
warrants it. Mr. Carl Patten, Director percent of the uninsured being offered? What if
monsignortitle for w tarchdiocese to close of Health Policy, Florida are the working class. I have a pre-existing
most prests As cohabitation 6 schools Blue Cross, Blue Shield; Some of the benefits condition? What if I can't
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cs has done away weddings fade athoi Archdiocese 4 (GA and FL), Medicare Free preventive the penalty? How and
"monsignor" for all but WASHINGTON- Liv- it may close up to six and Medicaid; Joseph healthcare appointments where do I get enrolled
a few priests, further ing together is a growing schools at the end of the Webster, MD, local gas- Health insurance in my community? What
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for priests to be simple, dating couples who be- off some staff because of Elsie Crowell consumer children, even if you have insurance? CanI still use
humble servants come parents. funding shortfalls. advocate. pre-existing conditions. 'a Marketplace? What are
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oftate sent a letter to ied couples who pt to intendent Sister Mary Paul and panelist will be Her- years of age or younger, they help me get en-
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CHURCH OF THE "NAZARENE LUTHERAN 1st United Methodist Church of Love and Restoration Ministries L Praise Life Ministries
SCottondale 2990 Heritage Rd 7360 Hwy 90, P.O. Box 177
Marianna Church of the Nazarene Ascension Lutheran Church. P.O. Box 458 Marianna, FL 32448 526-2730 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-4166
2987 N Madison St 3975 W. Hwy 90 Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4426 MillSprigs ChstanChapePrayerTemple Church Of Prayer For A
Marianna, FL 32446 372-4605 Marianna, FL 482-4691 Mill Springs ChrstlanChape Prayer Temple Church Of Prayer For All
Salem AME Church 1.345 Mill Springs Rd, P.O. Box 83 People
EPISCOPAL METHODIST 5729 Browntown Rd, P.O. Box 354 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 526-2519 3341 Plantation Circle
Graceyille, FL 32440 263-3344 Marianna, FL 32448 3224091 482-3343
St. Luke's Episcopal Church Bascom United Methodist Church Gracille, FL AE C h 2 4 Rivertown Community Church Marianne, FL 32 r 482-3343
4362 Lafayette St 4942 Basswood Rd P.O. Box 67 Springfield AME Church (Meets at the new Marianna High Schoq) United Pentecostal Deliverance
parishoffice@stukearrianna.org Cre ie e i rc Marianna, FL 32446 352-4252 Marianna, FL 32446 482-2477 'Malone, FL 32445 569-5989
www.stlukesmarianna.org 6267 Cemetery Ave St. James AME Church Rocky CreekTabernacle PRESBYTERIAN
FULL GOSPEL Cypress, FL 32432 263-4220 2891.0ranne St, P.O. Box 806 1890 Delta Lane
CULL Centr Marianna, FL 32447 526-3440 Marianna, FL 32448 272-0917 FirstPresbyterian Church
1111Christian Center Church First Un8tedeth odist ChurdhAve St. Paul AME Church St. Andrews (FC) Church Ministries Presbyterian Church (USA)
4791 Sheffield Dr P.O. Box 450 Graceville, FL 263-3342 5180 Hwy 273, P.O. Box 40 978 Hwy 71 S 2898 Jefferson St
.Marianna, FL 32447 ( ampbellton, FL 32426 263-0333 Marianna, FL 32448 569-5600 Marianna, FL 32446
526-4476 or 526-4475 First United Methodist Church 526-2430 www.firstpresmarianna.org
jack@cccmarianna.org 2901 Caledonia St Snow HIII AME Church Sunrise Worship Center fpcmarianna@embarqmail.com or
Marianna, FL 482-4502 .* 5395 Snow Hill Rd, P.O. Box 174 2957 Hall St, Marianna, FL* 482-8158 firstpresmarianna@earthlink.net
Country Gospel Community Church Malone, FL 32445* 569-5315
Compass Lake In the Hills Grace United Methodist PENTECOSTAL RESTORATIONIST
.650 Apalachicola Ave 4203 W. Kelson Ave Mt. Olive AME Church
Alford, FL 32420 (850) 579-4172 Marianna, FL 482-4753 2135 Fairview Rd The Sanctuary Church of Jesus Christ of Marlanna
Marianna, FL 32448 482-7917 4070 Old Cottondale Rd 4060 Thomasville Lane
Resurrection Life Christian Fellowship Grand Ridge United Methodist Church thlehem AMMariann, FL 482-8720 Marianna, FL 32448 482-2282
International 6911 Iowa Street Bethiehem AME Church www senctuarypom com
2933 Madison Street Grand Ridge, FL'32442 3100 Lovewood Rd, P.O. Box 752 www.sanctuarypom.com SEVEN DAY ADVETIST
SMarianna FL.526-2617 Grnd Cottondale, FL 32431 Apostolic Revival Center of Marianna SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
Greenwood Chapel AME 352-2111 or 352-4721 3001 Hwy 71 N, P.O. Box 634 Emmanuel SDA Church
New Beginnings Worship Center 5426 Fort Rd Marianna; FL32446.482-3162 : 4531 Basswood Rd
1165 Highway 69 Greenwood, FL 32443 594-1112 Greater St. Luke AME Church Marianna FL 32446 4531 Basswood Rd32443
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 5255 1 lthAve, P.O. Box 176 Christian Covenant Life Center Greenwood, FL 32443 594-3200
SGreenwood United Methdist Malone, FL 32445 569-5188 2011 Finley Ave. Marianna Seventh Day Adventist
592-5791 www.nbworship.com 4220 Bryan St. Grand Ridge, FL 32448 592-4737 4878 Highway 90
New Beginning Outreach Ministries, Inc. Grpenwood, FL 32443 594-5755 NON-DENOMINATIONAL Shady Grove Pentecostal Holiness Mariannria, FL 32446 526-2487
Cottond r.FL 3431 (850) Henshaw Chapel AME Church 2nd Chance Ministries 7541 Shady Grove Rd WESLEYAN
Cottondale, FL 32431 (850) 352-4733 2370 Glastel St,'RP.O. Box 5.35 2840 McPherson St Grand Ridge,.FL 32442 592-6203 WESLEYAN
Evangel Worship Center Cottondale, FL 32431 875-2610 Marianna, FL 32446 557-9885 Sneads Pentecostal Holiness Church Salem Wesleyan Church
Marianna, FL 32448 526232 Jerusalem AME Church Believers Outreach Ministry 2036 Gloster Ave 2764 Salem Church Rd
Mariana, FL 32448526-232 2055 Hwy 73 3471 Hwy 90 W- Sneads, FL 32460 Sneads, FL 32460 (850) 593-6679
New Life Family Church Marianna, FL 32448 482-5085 Marianna, FL 32446 352-4926 593-4487 or 593-6949 irquomai@gmail.com
4208 Lafayette St McChapel AME Church Cypress Creek Community Church
Marianna, FL 32446 526-2132 4963 Old U.S. Rd 1772 Macedonia Road, PO Box 496
The Bridge Church Marianna, FL 569-2184 Alford, FL 32420 638-0360
2515 Commercial Park Dr Mt.LShiloh AME Church Ever Increasing Word of Faith Ministries
Mariann, FL 32448 209-2733 6702 Biscayne Road 3749 Skyview Rd
HOLINESS Bascom, FL 32423 569-1044 Marianna, FL 32446 526-4704 .
Emmanuel olness Church New Bethel Christian Methodist Heaven's Garden Worship Center
Emm2505 Sandruel oiness Church Rd Episcopal Church 3115,Main Street
2505 Sandridge Church Rd 2487 Highway 1 Cottondale, FL 32431
Sneads, FL 32460593-5167 Campbellton, FL 32426 263-4647 (850) 579-9936 www.aidaspina.org
Hickory Level Community Church Pope Chapel African Methodist Faith Cornerstone Church Ministries I
M22a a ipper F448 Episcopal Church 5460 Collins Chapel Rd
8a2-49, orL482885 4898 Blue Springs Rd, P.O. Box 6000 Malone, FL 32445 569-5600
82-4696 or 482-2885 Marianna, FL 32447 482-2900
lHoliness Church Foundation Temple Apostolic Faith
Oak Ridge Frpewll Holiness Church Shady Grove United Methodist Church Church
2958 Milton Ave 7305 Birchwood Rd 3341 Tendell Rd
Marianna, FL 573-7684 Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-9277 Cottondale, FL 32431 352-3884
Sneads Community Church Sneads First United Methodist Church Glass Community Church
1948 Desoto Ave RD. Box 1349 8042 Church St, P.O. Box 642 4005 Veteran's Road
Sneads, FL 32460 593-5650 Sneads, FL 32460 593-6481 Cottondale, FL 32431
LATTER-DAY SAINTS f. umc@embarqmail.com (850) 272-7205. (850) 263-6715
Chuhof Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Friendship Christian Methodist Haven of Rest Church of Restoration
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Episcopal (CME) Church Worship Center
3141 Collee t 5411 Avery Rd, P.O.Box 302 2261 Haven of Rest Road
Marianna, FL 32446 482-8159 Campbellton, FL 32426 263-1111 Cottondale, FL 32431
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Cargo ship with gifts, ants heads to space station

The Associated Press
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.
A privately launched
supply ship rocketed to-
ward the International
Space Station on Thursday
following a series of delays
ranging from the cold to
the sun.
Orbital Sciences Corp.
launched its unmanned
Antares. rocket from Wal-
lops Island, Va., offering a "
view to nearby states along
the East Coast. It success-
fully hoisted a capsule
packed with 3,000 pounds .
of equipment and experi-
ments provided by NASA,
as well as food and even
some ants for an educa-
tional project. Christmas
presents also are on board
for the six space station e
residents; the delivery is a
.month late.
The spacecraft, named
Cygnus, should reach the
station Sunday. The orbit-
ing outpost was zoom-
ing over the Atlantic near
Brazil when the Antares
blasted off.
"It's going to be an excit-
ing weekend," Japanese THIEASSOCIATED PRESS
astronaut Koichi Wakata An Orbital Sciences Corp. Antares rocket sits on a launch pad before its launch from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Wallops Island, Va., on Monday. The rocket
said in a tweet from the is carrying the company's first official resupply mission to the International Space Station.
space station.
SThe delivery had been company to restock the Cape Canaveral. It's sched- tuckedinsome fresh fruit. post for U.S. astronauts, company's air-launched
delayed three times since space station. The Orbital uled to make its fourth When asked earlier this Until then, NASA is forced Pegasus rocket during the,
December, most recently Sciences' contract alone is supply run next month. week if any gifts were to buy seats on Russian 1990s.
because of a strong solar worth $1.9 billion. "Great way to start out swapped out given the de- Soyuz capsules. The space After arriving at the
storm. Engineers initially This was Orbital Scienc-- the new year ... we're all lay, Orbital Sciences' exec- shuttles providedmost of space station, the Cygnus
feared solar radiation es' second trip to the orbit- smiles here," said Bill Wro- utive vice president Frank the heavy lifting until their willbeunloaded and then
might cause the rocket to ing lab, but its first under bel, directorofNASA'sWal- Culbertson quipped, "We retirement in 2011. filled with trash and cuf
veer off course. But addi- the contract. The company lops facility, after Thurs- havent, changed them out Russia, Europe and Ja- loose for a fiery re-entry in
tional reviews Wednesday conducted a successful day's launch. forValentine's cards. pan make their own sup- mid-February.
deemed it an acceptable test run last September. The U.S., Russian and "We think they'll enjoy ply runs. Space station costruc-
risk. Previous delays were 'wo more trips are sched- Japanese space stationres- them anyway," he told Orbital Sciences named tion began in 1998 and
due to space station repairs uled for this year Orbital idents eagely awaitedthe reporters. this Cygnus capsule after ended with the shuttle
and frigid temperatures. Sciences launches from goodies inside the Cygnus. NASA is counting on pri- the late shuttle astronaut program.The White House
Thursday was a relatively NASK's Wallops Flight Fa- Their families included vate industry to keep the C. Gordon Fullerton,who on Wednesday agreed to
balmy45 degrees. cilityin easternVirginia, its Christmas gifts; the Cygnus' space station well stocked died in August at' age 76 a four-year lifetime, ex-
NASA is paying Orbital corporate base. California- should have arrived in time and, in another four years, after suffering a stroke. He tension for the station, to
Sciences and the SpaceX based SpaceX flies from for the holiday. NASA also to provide rides to the out- flew the airplane for the 2024.

Region Briefs.
Ala. man sentenced an Eight Mile bar in failing schools sometime
to death December 2010. next week.
Bohannon was con- AL.com reported Thurs-
MOBILE, Ala. A victed inthe deaths of day that the new list will
man accused of fatally 24-year-old Jerry Duboise be based on test scores
shooting two men and 45-year-old Anthony that were released this fall.
outside a bar in 2010 has Harvey in November. The Alabama Account-
been sentenced to die by ability, which was passed
lethal injection. Failing Aa. schools last year, Act gives parents
Al.com reported Thurs- I.sttobereleased of students in failing
day that 51-year-old schools a tax credit if
Jerry Dwayne Bohan- MONTGOMERY, Ala. their children transfer to
non showed no emotion The Alabama Depart- private institutions.
when he was sentenced ment of Education is
in the shooting outside planning to release a list of From wire reports


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cordially invites you to the


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Kurt Mix (center) leaves Federal Court with unidentified members of his defense team in New
Orleans, Dec. 18, after he.was convicted of one charge that he deleted text messages from his
cellphone to obstruct a federal ivestigation of the company's massive 2010 oil spill in the Gulf
of Mexico. He was acquitted of a second-charge. A federal jury deliberated for more than nine
The count of obstruction of justice carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and a
$250,000 fine.


Spill trial: Lawyers chided

for contacting jurors
The Associated Press and a $250,000 fine. Mix is scheduled to
be sentenced March 26.
NEW ORLEANS A federal judge on Ina Jan. 2 court filing, Mix's lawyers said
Thursday ordered lawyers for a former BP they learned from post-trial juror inter-
engineer to refrain from any further con- views that one juror told the others dur-
tact with jurors who convicted the engi- ing their deliberations about overhearing
neer of trying to obstruct a federal probe a cohversation in a courthouse elevator
of the company's 2010 oil spill in the Gulf that made that juror feel more comfort-
of Mexico. able about convicting Mix
Kurt Mix's attorneys have said they in- Mix's attorneys also said some jurors,
terviewed some jurors after the Dec. 18 in conversations outside the deliberation
verdict and found evidence of juror mis- room, appareritly engaged in "horse trad-
conduct thatwarrants a new trial. ing" that would ensure a split verdict. The W ir egrass Prem iere Bridal Sho w
In Thursday's order, U.S, District Judge Although Duval cjidn't specifically tell
Stanwood Duval Jr..said he is concerned attorneys that they weren't permitted to Elite bridal professionals CoutureBridalRunway ; LuxGive-a-ways
aboutthe"appropriateness" oflawyers in- contact jurors after the verdict, the judge
terviewing jurors without his permission. noted that he instructed jurors to refrain
The New Orleans-based 5th U.S. Circuit from discussing their deliberations. January 26
Court of Appeals has "expressed general After the April 2010 blowout of BP's Ma- J
hostility toward the practice of post-trial condo well, Mix worked on a team of ex- 1:00-4:30
juror interviews," the judge noted. perts who made an unsuccessful attempt
Duval instructed Mix's attorneys and to stop the spill using a technique called Dothan Civic Center
JusticeDepartmentprosecutorstosubmit "top kill." Dothan Civic Center
written arguments by Jan. 24 on whether On May 26, 2010, the day that top kill
the defense lawyers' contact with jurors began, Mix estimated in a text to his su-
should affect their motion for a new trial, pervisor that more than 630,000 gallons sponsored by
Duval is set to hear arguments Feb. 26 on of oil per day were spilling three times
the motion for a new trial. BP's public estimate of 210,000 gallons
Mix, 52, of Katy, Texas, was convicted daily and a rate far greater than what the
of one count of obstruction of justice for top kill could handle.
deleting a strinig of text inessages to and" 'JTiors concluded Mix broke the law
from a BP supervisor from his iPhone. when he deleted that text and many oth-
Jurors acquitted him of the second ers in October 2010 even though BP had For more information visit: dothaneagle.com/bridal
count of the same charge, which carries a notified him that he was obligated to pre-
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Obituaries

James and Sikes Joanie, Jeorgeann and Jus-
Funeral Home tin; great-grandchild, Bran-
4278 Lafayette Street cles, cousins, nieces, neph-
Marianna, F 32446 ews and many friends.
S850.48 2 A memorial service will
850www.jamesan2 be held at the home of
Swww jamescandskes BeeBee Springer, 7213
ftmeralhomes.cor
Shady Grove Rd., Grand
Ridge, FL, on Sat., Jan. 11,
William E. 2014 from 1:00 pm until
Burke 6:00 pm.
He will be greatly missed.
All arrangements are un-
der the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral
Home in Blountstown, FL.
Lanier-Andler
S Funeral Home
Sneads, Florida
Phone 850-593-9900

Rufus B. Sauls

Mr. Rufus B. Sauls, age
William E. Burke, 76, of 85, of Sneads, Florida
Marianna died Wednesday, passed away at Jackson
January 8, 2014 at his resi- Hospital in Marianna, Fior-
PHOTOSBYDEBORAHBUCKHALTER/JACKSONCOUNTYFLORIDAN dence. Hospital in January 9ianna, Flor-
Mack Glass checks on the Meyer lemon tree planted just outside his front door.With thetree connected to the same irrigation Mr. Burke was a lifelong ter a short illness.
lines as his Satsuma orchard a mile or so away, Glass monitors the ice formation on the lemon tree as a quick gauge of resident of Mlarianna. He He was born in Omega,
progress in the grove. It saves him a few trips down Dipper Road, which can sometim s be a rough, muddy trip. erved in the U.S. Army for Georgia and lived in this
four years, retired from the area for the last 33 years.
Dozier School for Boys and He was a member of the
e Burke dedicated his life to .Sneads, Fl. He was a Be-
Thaees work an tain c a.th Mr. 6 ir, Flatist Chure w in
T e hard work and taking care loved Sunday School
From Page 1A of his family.
From Page A of hid fa my. Teacher for many years, a
B nightfal, thHe was preceded in Navy Veteran in the
By nightfall, the water death by his only beloved U.S.Navy Veteran in the
Sdeath by his only beloved Korean Conflict and was
was turning to ice as he'd son, Eddie Burke; mother retired CWith the Gulf Power
hoped., E da t retired With the Gulf Power
hoped. Evelyn Mead and father Company after 38 years of
The ice insulated the Mitchell Burke. ae
service.
trees at the 32-degree He is survived by his wife He was survived by his
freezing point, providing of 56 years Dorothy Burke; wife, Barbara R. Sauls of
a shield against the lower one sister, Opal Dykes of Sneads, FL; four sons, Den-
temperatures to come as Panama City; two brothers, nis Sauls and wife Anna,
Jackson County became a Wayne Mead and Steve David Sauls and wife Joyce,
SMead both of Houston TX.; Greg Sauls all of Panama
deep freeze Tuesday and one daughter-in-law; Don- City, FL and Joey Sanls of
Wednesday. na Burke of Cottondale; Panama City Beach, FL;
He ran the vWater non- two grandsons, Eli Burke, one bthe o a s
stop until around 11 a.m. Jock Burke and wife, EricaNorman Park, GA; one sis-
Wednesday, when the ici- In the foreground above, a juvenile Satsuma is covered in a tarp, while the older trees in.the -all of Marianna; three great ter, Ouida Sauls .of Tifton,
cles on the trees started to grove survive with coats of ice. Below, water sprays from an irrigatioh line onto a Satsuma grandchildren, Morgan, GA, fourteen grandchildren
melt under a sunny sky. tree at Cherokee Ranch, with the cold turning it quickly to ice. Ethan and Levi Burke; a and nine great grandchil-
He first noticed the melt- host of nieces, nephews dren and several nieces
ing trend when he stepped But a hard freeze one and many loving friends. andnephews.
Funeral service, will be
outside his house to check year killed off most ofthe Funeral sevice ill be Services will be Sunday,.
held 2 p.m. Monday, Janu- January 12, 2014 at 3:00
on a Meyer lemon tree he trees in the county and ary 13, 2014 at James 'an uary 12, 2014 at 3:00
has growing in his front the industry just never Sikes Maddox Chapel. Bur- Church in Sneads, First Baptis
yard.. Connected to the recovered. ial will follow in Cypress Church in Sneads, FLm Visi-
same irrigation system as Glass is determined Cemetery with ames and e onhour priorto ser-
his Satsuma grove a mile to make sure his trees Sikes Funeral Home Mad-ices.
or so away, the lemon tree don't suffer the same dox Chapel directing. Lanier-Andler Funeral
provides Glass a quick as- fate. In fact, he's hoping Visitation will be held Home in Sneads, Florida is
sessment of how things are to expand his grove one one hour prior to services. in charge of arrangements.
likely going iri the grove. day, and he's got plenty Expressions of sympathy Phone 850-593-990.
The sentinel lemon tree of room to grow it. He amsande o.om. James and Lipford
saves him a few trips down said it will someday be Funeral Home
Dipper Road, a ride that passed down to his son, P.O. Box 595
can sometimes be muddy Grant Glass, and inde- 5390 Cotton St
and messy. pendent contractor who Peavy Funeral Home Graceville, FL 32440
He knew as he watched costs figured in. tic Wednesday when he has worked'with him in 20367 NW Evans Ave. 850-263-3238
the little droplets of wa- But it saved his crop, looked across his orchard, the operation for the past Blountstown, Fla. 32424 Jamesandipford@yahoo.com
ter hit the ground that his which he hopes will come expecting all the trees to two years, ftill time when 850 674 2266
trees could now safely be to more than 750 Satsumas survive. he's not busy on one of Harvey B.
released from their icy per tree. The trees will start He and a fev other farm- his construction jobs. ohn Wayne Strickland
cocoons because tem- blooming in spring, and ers started growing Sat- Glass and others are Odom
peratures would not dip the fruit will be ready to sumas a few years back, trying again to establish Harvey "Shorty" B. Strick-
below the 28-degree line pick in late November. learning from history Satsumas as a significant land, 92 and a half, of
that's the danger point for Glass said he felt for- about the danger of hard factor in the local farm- Graceville passed to his
his trees. Icing the trunk tunate that this was the freezes. ing community. Heavenly home on Wed-
helps the tree maintain a first time he'd. had to ice Back in the 1920s, Sat- His current customer nesday, January 8, 2014 at
higher temperature and his trees, despite this be- suma farms were a thriv- base is filled with school -.the home of his daughter
safeguard its leaves, which ing the fifth freeze event ing concern in Jackson systems all across Florida following an extended ill-
bring the nutrients needed in the county so far this County. In fact, it was so that put his Satsumas on Funes ral service will be 2
for fruiting. year. The previous ones, he robust that the community students' lunch plates. p.m., Saturday, January 11,
The remedywasn't cheap. said, were borderline and held Satsuma Festivals for The seedless, easy-to- 2014 at Damascus Baptist
Glass estimates that it costs not enough to warrant the a few years. Those celebra- peel- treats continue Church with Revs. Chester
him $2.50 an hour to run ice-over. tions bought thousands of to gain traction in the Padgett and Greg Ford offi-
the system, with electrical He was very optimis- people to Marianna. school markets. John Wayne Odom, 61, ciating. Burial will follow in
passed away Jan. 4, 2014 at church cemetery, Tames
Jackson Hospital with his and Lipford Funeral Home
a An family at his side. in Graceville directing.
He was born in Ozark, Family will receive friends
AL, Jan. 28, 1952. He was a at the church 6 p.m. until 8
From Page lA lifetime fisherman out of p.m., Friday, January 10,
D6stin, spent many years 2014.
Washington County Shieriff's ,in the Round Lake and Flowers acceptedorfami-
Office and the ChipleyPolice Alford area and resided in ly request those wishing to
Department. Grand Ridge. make memorials to Dam-
Officials described the Preceding him in death ascus Baptist Church Cem-
grow operation as an elabo- are his parents Curtis and etery Fund 5083 Hwy. 77
rate setup that included Willene Odom, three be- Graceville, FL 32440,
several marijuana plants loved brothers, Glenn, Emerald Coast Hospice
sevral marijup ana plants Robert and Tommy Odom. 4374 Lafayette Street Ma-
growihg in pots and a cus- Survivors include: daugh- rianna, FL 32446 or your
tom lighting system. The op- ter, Lisa Crawford and her favorite charity.
eration "employed an active husband, Lamar of Altha;
carbon dioxide tank, timers, son Wayne Odom and his
heaters and fans to cultivate wife, Jennifer of Round
thousands Of dollars worth Lake; brothers, Kenny
of marijuana," the release Odom of Grand Ridge,
stated. Scott Odom of Ariton, AL; Artistic Designs Unimited Inc.
The methamphetamine SUBMED PHOTO sisters, Glenda Benefield of Your Local Florist and Gifts
was being processed in a These marijuana plants were confiscated by the Washington County Drug Task Force after nger of rand Ridge, Mona 850-372-44562911 Jefrson Starianna
separate part of the house, they were discovered. Officials say the grow operation included a custom lighting system, Goolsby of Ariton, AL and
officials said. carbon dioxide tanks, timers, heater and fans. Michelle Reber of Louisia-' Michael's Toggery
na; grandchildren; David, Funeral Appropriate Attire
Cody, Erin, Jonathan, 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna
Cody, Em, Jonathan. 850-482-8647
Juve e information was broadcast side the bedroom door be- the stolen vehicle and
S to other units in the county fore fleeing in her vehicle. shotgun.
From Page lA and the city of Marianna. Around 1:30 a.m., an offi- The juvenile was ar- Do yOU haVe 'Cuts Kids'?
From the victim, the cer with the Marianna Po- rested and transported
it was determined that the JCSO deputy learned that lice Department observed to the Department df Ju- Email your'Cute Kids*' photos toeditoria@jcflorid.
juvenile had wanted to flee when she refused to give the stolen vehicle traveling venile Justice in Panama co, mail them to P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL3447
the area due to possibly her grandson the keys to inside the city limits and City. He was charged bringtem by our offices t443ContittonL
being in trouble with law her vehicle, he choked her performed a traffic stop on with battery on a person Mariana.
enforcement regarding an and forcefully took them it. The MPD officer, along over 65, domestic battery *2yeas or under with Jackson County ties ncue
unrelated incident. from her purse. He then cut with another JCSO deputy, by strangulation; grand child s full name, parents'name(s) and city of residence.
The deputy got a descrip- the phone lines to keep her was able to take the juve- theft auto, grand theft This is a free service. All enties subect to editin
tion of the stolen vehicle from calling for help and nile into custody without firearm, and tampering
and the juvenile, and the took her shotgun from be- incident and recovered with awitness.



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Christie fires aide, apologizes for trafficjams
The Associated Press Christie said they had a "produc-
tive meeting," and Sokolich told
TRENTON, N.J. Republican- The Record newspaper the gov-
Gov. Chris Christie fired one of ernor had taken "a big step" to-
his top aides Thursday and apol- ward regaining the trust of Fort
ogized repeatedly for his staff's Lee's residents.
"stupid" behavior, insisting dur- a Six state residents, though,
ing a nearly two-hour news con- filed a federal lawsuit against
ference that he had no idea any- Christie, the state, the Port Au-
one around him had engineered : thority and others, calling the
traffic jams as part of a political traffic jams "deliberate actions."
vendetta against a Democratic The political-payback allega-
mayor. tions turned a local traffic furor
"I am embarrassed and hu- a into a national issue and raised
miliated by the conduct of some questions about Christie's lead-
of the people on my team," ership and integrity as he lays the
Christie said as he addressed co groundwork for a White Housed
the widening, scandal, which bid. Democrats at the national
could cast a shadow over his ex- level have seized on the scandal
pected run for the White House as more evidence that Christie is
in2016. a bully.
The famously blunt governor, The governor brushed off
fielded dozens of questions from questions about the effect on his
reporters with uncharacteristic presidential prospects, saying he
patience and at times a sorrow- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS wasoo busy governing the state
ful tone. In this Sept. 12 photo provided by the Office of the Governor of New Jersey, Deputy Chief of Staff Bridget Anne to think about that.
Christie, who had previously Kelly (right) stands with Gov. Chris Christie (left) during a tour of the Seaside Heights, N.J., boardwalk after itwas "I am absolutely nowhere near
assured the public that his staff hit by a massive fire. Christie fired Kelly on Thursday and apologized over and over for his staff's "stupid" behavior, beginning that consideration
had nothing to do with the Sep- insisting during a nearly two-hour news conference that he had no idea anyone around him had engineered traffic process," he said. "I haven't even
tember lane closings that caused jams as part of a political vendetta against a Democratic mayor. been sworn in for my second
major backups at the George term yet."
Washington Bridge, said he fired tie appointees have resigned in the matter to determine whether and New Jersey after being im- Afterward, some political ana-
Deputy Chief of Staff Bridget the past few weeks. a federal law was implicated." .plicated in the scandal, was lysts on both sides of the aisle
Anne Kelly "because she lied to The investigation broke wide The Legislature also is investi- found in contempt by a legisla- said Christie would probably
me" when he demanded weeks openWednesdaywith the release gating. Using public resources tive committee Thursday after pull through OK provided
ago that anyone who knew any- of emails and text messages that for political ends can be a crime. he invoked his Fifth Amendment there areno more surprises.
thing about the episode come suggested Kelly arranged the Democratic Connecticut Gov. right against self-incrimination Democratic operative David
forward. traffic jams to punish Fort Lee's Dannel P. Malloy, a former pros- and refused to answer questions. Axelrod complimented Christie
The gridlock in Fort Lee de- mayor for not endorsing Christie ecutor and mayor, said there The Port Authority operates the for handling .the news confer-
layedemergencyvehicles, school for re-election. was "no doubt", a crime was bridge and other area bridges ence "as well as he could," writ-
buses and countless commuters In other developments: committed. and transit hubs. ing on Twitter, '"Unless smok-
for four days. a The chief federal prosecutor 'David Wildstein, a Christie a Christie traveled to Fort Lee ing gun turns up tying him to
Kelly was the latest casualty in in New Jersey, U.S. Attorney Paul appointee who resigned from later in the day and apologized in scheme, orothers arise, he lives
the scandal. Two other top Chris- Fishman, said he is "reviewing the Port Authority of New York person to Mayor Mak Sokolich. 2 fight another day."



Some find health insurers have no record of thm
The Associated Press time in October. Care.gov website told her have to use it.
Since then, the front-end Dec. 22 that she had suc- Laszewski and other in-
INDIANAPOLIS Re- interaction between cus- cessfully enrolled. surer representatives say
cord-keeping snags could tomers and the website I made all the deadlines, orphaned files exist largely
complicate the start of has largely been fixed and then I tried to make because the government
insurance coverage this But insurers worry that my payment, but they allowed people to sigh up
month as people begin the back-end .problems wouldn't takeit," said Van without first guarantee-
using policies they pur- will grow more acute as Daele. ing the technology would
chased under President they process the wave of HIer case was finally re- work.
Barack Obama's health customers who signed up solved after an official Insurers say it usually
care overhaul. at the end of 2013. More from the federal Centers takes a few days for a cus-
Insurance companies are than 2 rAilion people had for Medicare and Medic- tomer's fileto reach them
still trying to sort out cases enrolleedby. the end ~of aid Services contactedVan after they enroll through
of so-called health insur- the year, either through Daele directly, following an the exchange. People who
ance orphans; customers HealthGare.gov or stati--- Asso0cited.Press4nquiryto still do. not receive their
for whom the government run websites. the agency's Washington insurance cards and intro-
has a record that they en- Aetna spokeswoman press office.. ductory packet after that
rolled, but the insurer does Susan Millerick said or- Van Daee is inremission should call insurers first
:not. THE ASSOCIATEDPRESS phaned files were "man- following treatment for a forhelp.
Government officials say This photo taken Jan. 5 shows Sharon Van Daele posing for the ageable over the short type of blood cancer. Her If the insurer has no re-
the problem is real but un- photographer in her home in Tucson, Ariz. term." But she added that' previous coverage lapsed cord of them, they must
der control, with orphan enrollment record but.the federal health care rollout, manually comparing en- Dec. 31, and she started contact the government
records being among the' government does not. disputes the industry's rollment files will not work getting nervous when for help.
roughly 13;000 problem But orphaned files view. over the long term and that nothing for hernew cover-
cases they are trying to when the insurer has no "We have fixed the is- thefederalwebsiteneedsa age arrived in the mail.
resolve with insurers. But record of enrollment are suesthatwe knew were a permanent fix to eliinate "My husband told me I BEFORE
insurance companies are particularly concerning problem, and we are now the possibility of orphaned shouldn't leavethe house,"
worried the process will because the companies seeing niearly zero errorsin files. she said THE
grow more cumbersome as have noautoinated way to the work moving forward," Bataille said the adminis- Insurance industry con-
they deal with the flood of identify the presumed pol- she said. .' tration is working the issue sultant Bob Laszewski said BOTTOM
new customers who signed icyholder, They say they A federal "reconciliation" with every tool at its dis- he expects to hear more re-
up in December as enroll- have to manually compare team, including techni- posal, from software fixes ports about orphaned files DROPS
ment deadlines neared. the lists of enrollees the cians, deals directly with to picking up the phone as patients begin to seek
More than 1 million peo- government sends them more than 300 insurers to and calling insurers. health care or start worry- OUT...
plehave signedup through with their own records resolve sign-up problems, Among those who got ing about insurance cards SELL YOUR
the federal insurance mar- .because the government she said, while the gov- lost in the paperwork con- that have not arrived. LL
ket that serves 36 states. never built an automated ernment's call center has -fusion was cancer :survi- 'As we go through the
Officials contend the er-. system that would do the caseworkers to help con- vor Sharon Van Daele of month, you bet this.is go- GOLD
ror rate for new signups is work much faster. sumers directly. Tucson, Ariz., who went ing to be a problem," he
close to zero. "It's an ongoing con- Insurers use the term"or- back and forth betiveen said. AT
Insurers, however, are cern," said Robert Zirkel- phan" for the problematic her insurer and the federal Improving weather also
less enthusiastic about the bach, a spokesman for files because theyare refer- government for more than could turn up more or-
pace of the fixes. The com- the industry trade group ringto custormerswhohave a week after her confirma- phaned enrollees. The
panies also are seeing cases America's Health Insur- yet to find a home with the tion failedto arrive. Unable year started with a blast of
in which the government ance Plans. "Health plans carrier they selected. The to get answers, she said it freezing weather that set-
has assigned the same can't process enrollments files have cropped up since felt as if she had fallen into tied over much of the U.S. Paid on Site
identification number to they haven't received from enrollment began last fall a black hole. Those conditions usuallyon Site
more than one person, as the exchange." through HealthCare.gov. She started the year wor- keep people indoors and 4432 Lafayette Street
well as so-called ghost files Julie Bataille, commu- The site was down.an es- ried she was uninsured out of the health care sys- 526-5488
in which the insurer has an nications director for the timated 60 percent of the even though the Health-' tem unless they absolhitely, www.smithandsmithonline.com


Holmes' statements on bombs can be used in trial I
The Associated Press to human life and officers tried to figure out how to made explosives and trig-
urgently needed to know defuse a web of home- gers in hisapartment.
DENVER Most of the about them.
statements defendant Samour also said Hol-
lames Holmes made to mes spoke to the investi- -
investigators about explo- gators voluntarily, without
sives found in his apart- coercion.
ment can be used against Holmes pleaded not
him, even though he was guilty by reason of insan-
denied access to an attor- ity to charges of killing 12
ney at the time of the in- people and injuring 70 in
terrogation, a judge ruled the July 2012 assault at a *
Thursday. suburban Denver theater, .
What Holmes told the where hundreds were
investigators hasn't been watching a midnight show- *
made public, but his state- ing of-the Batman movie
ments could give pros- "The Dark Knight Rises."
ecutors more evidence to Prosecutors are seeking
argue he wasn't insane, as the death penalty
he claims, when the 'dead- Holmes, who was ar-
ly shootings were planned rested oitside the theater
and executed. immediately after the
ArapahoeCountyDistrict shootings, was questioned
Judge Carlos A. Samour Jr. at the scene and again at a
said police were justified police station. Then, about BEN SAUNDERS, D.M .D.
in questioning Holmes 14 hours after the shoot- PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
without a defense attor- ings, a police officer and 4711 Highway 90 East Marianna, FL
ney present because the. FBI agent questioned him
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Spors re High School Baskletball


GraoHeies Tigers escape upset,
Friday Graceville at i :UJ C l_
Cottondale, 5:30 and 7 Malone's
p.m.; Wewahitchka at Antwain
:Sneads, 5:30 and 7 p.m.; Ms7.:. Johnson
Marianna at West Florida, tries to
6 and730 p.m. BY DUSTIN KENT back three-pointers to start the run dunk the
Saturday i Malone at dkent@jcfloridan.com and a two-handed dunk off of a lob ball over
Central, 6:30 p.m. from Alonze Bailey to finish it. Sneads'
SNEADS It was perhaps the best "I've come to expect that from him Alphonso
Hig sci ml gols1 all-around effort of the season for over the years," Malone coach Steven Brown
the Sneads Pirates, but it still wasn't Welch said of Baker after the game. during
bskbll enough against the state's No. 1 team "There have been so many times in a game
Fiday Wewahitchka at in lA. his career where he's come up with Thursday
Sneads, 4 :m.; Marianna The Malone Tigers, in their first big buckets when we needed them. night in
at West Florida, 4p.m. game since ascending to No. 1 in I'm just glad I've got him on my Sneads.
Saturday Malone at lass 1A for the first time this season, team." The
Central, 5p.m. wefton a 16-0 run over the game's fi- Baker finished with 25 points, while Tigers
nal three minutes to hold off a game Antwain Johnson led the Tigers with won the
Southem Elite Pirates squad71-57. a gamehigh 25, making 6-of-6 free game
Senior Chai Baker scored eight of
those 16 points, including back-to- See TIGERS, Page 8B JENNIFER BASFORD/FORTHEFLORIDAN



ages U, 12U and 14U.
SRivals ready for rematch
MERE baskeotball

an wieeao o Hornets try to
three basketba ll leagues s
forythages5to3 nap out of funk
Tithf registration to be
hel through a 10 from against Tigers
8 a.mtoA4 p.m. at The
Marianna Educational and
xlocated BY DUSTIN KENT
c ra locad dkent@jcfloridan.com
SThe Cottondale Hornets will
The egitration fee look to get their season turned
for Basketbalis $30'for back around tonight when they
take on the Graceville Tigers
be paid with a check or in a big District 2 matchup at
oney order; noo checks Cottondale High School.
ill be aceped. No oe Cottondale (7-7-overall, 4-3 in
e district) comein losersof three of
rn the last four following a pievious
Rigistration f s my stretch when the Hornets won
also be picled up and s ix of seven after an 0-3 start.
droppd off atCity Hll. The most recent loss came
All partipats M t Tuesday night in Blountstown,
iy 61-53, in a game that saw the
Hornets score just four points in
For decisive third quarter.
S"We've been in a rut since the
inetp.comimrd.The age holidays. I hope we can pull
of all paeticipants on Nov. ourselves out of it," Cottondale
1 of the current ea r will coach Chris Obert said Thurs-
Sday. "We just have to continue
re season, to work hard, practice hard, and
St play. You hope that you do that
interes n hig a and then good things should
team or officiating youth" happen.:"
basketbal, call theMai- To get back in the win column,
the Hornets will have to turn
the tables on a Graceville teani
by dring registration that beat them 56-41 in the first
meeting Dec. 6 at GHS.
Jacksn County 4 The Tigers fell behind 28-17 in
travel baseball that game but outscored the Hor-
nets 39-13 in the final 20 minutes
ackson Counity Baseball of action to earn the victory.
GHS coach Matt Anderson
I said Thursday before his team's
noon to 3 p.m. atenmgs scheduled district matchup with
Altha that he expected Cotton-
dale to be a very focused and
__'A b -1-- motivated group tonight.
cleats, ad glove, and "I look for them to be out for
players from Jackson revenge and be very prepared.
Conty andsurrounding HALEY BOGGS/FOR THE FLORIDAN
cotie are allinvited Cottondale's Tre Lee shoots a jumper during a game this season. See RIVALS, PageB


"$30 gift card from Flibbett aia Basketball Malone Basketball g

557o Bulldo fr 4-0 Lady Tigers seek

vChioaCeer g fo4- endto 5-game skid
distrct against Jaguars BY DUSTIN KENT
Tdkent@jcfloridan.com
a eh u BY DUSTIN KENT
10 a mithbe MldStonda H dkent@jcfloridan'com *'The Malone Lady Tigers will look to snap a
J osaomn athC:e ntern.... five-game losing skid Saturday when they head
sco ol The Marianna Bulldogs will to Milton to take on the Central Lady Jaguars in
Middlezi h put their undefeated mark on a District 1 matchup.
acos e the line once again tonight when Malone (9-7 overall, 7-3 in dis-
Flonda theytravel to Pensaaola to take trict) is coming off of consecutive
copte.s Sevial on the West Florida Jaguars in losses to Poplar Springs, Holmes
eSeralo ll r another key district-matchup. .Cbunty, Chipley, Sneads, and Pax-
perform Marianna (15-0) is coming off ton, but will try to get back into the win column
SaeUv d of a big league win over Pen- against a Central team that it beat 51-31 in the
StU i sacola Catholic last week, and first meeting Nov. 23.
Universitycheerleading another win tonight would put Lady Tigers coach Preston Roberts said win-
squads. the Bulldogs at 4-0 in district and ning Saturday won't be easy, but winning is all
dorsiio i in prime position to snag the top that his team can be willing to accept.
$5 with drsoi seedin the district tournament.o "I make no bones about it; this is a must-win
F na tBut another victorywon't come game..We cannot lose," he said. "If we can win
For inorationi easy against a Jaguars team that the .next two games, we'll pretty much solidify
ww cipltlic.c nearly knocked off Pensacola the second spot (in the district standings). We
S! Catholic as well, as the Crusad- rineed to do that because whoever we face in the
Spors ieS ers had to rally from a 31-24 half- district tournament will be a tough opponent."
Sed all sports items to time deficit Tuesday to take a52- Malone is currently a game in the loss column
editrial@jloridan.com, 46 road win. behind second-place Ponce De Leon (5-2), but
or fa them to 850-482- "I got a chance to see them over the Lady Tigers will face PDL on the road Tues-
4478. The mailing address 'the holidays and- they're very day with a chance to draw even.
for the paper is Jackson well-coached and very quick," But to do that, they'll have to find a way to get
County Floridan EP.O. Box Bulldogs coach Travis Blanton PHOTO BY HALEY BOGGS/FOR THE FLORIDAN things turned around quickly.
520 Marianna, FL 32447. Marianna's Tommy White tries to finish a layup during
SSee BULLDOGS, Page 8B a game earlier this season. See SKID, Page 8BL..
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College Football


FSU and Winston



could face lawsuit
The Associated Press paperwrk six months prior to the suit
itself.
ST. PETERSBURG The attorney for Winston's attorney said the sex with the
a woman who accused star Florida State woman was consensual and no charges
quarterback Jameis Winston of sexual were filed against Winston after Leon
assault says she will sue the school, the County prosecutors investigated.
Tallahassee Police Department and the Carroll says she asked Florida's attor-
player himself, ney general, the state department of law
Patricia Carroll said Thursday she -in- enforcement and Gov. Rick Scott for an,
tends to file a notice to sue the police independent examination into .the rape
department early next week. Under Flor- investigation, claiming it was riddled
ida law, anyone filing a lawsuit against with problems. Tallahassee police have
a' government agency must file court defended their handling of the case.

THEASSOCIATED PRESS
S. Auburn's Chris Davis is called for pass interference on a ball intended for Florida State's
Sa- s 8 Rashad Greene during the BCS National Championship on Monday in Pasadena,Calif.

.. 3 starters announce


return to Florida State
The Associated Press Monday night in the Seminoles' 34-
31 victory over Auburn in the BCS title
0 -TALLAHASSEE Florida State receiv- game. His 49-yard reception helped set
ing star Rashad Greene and starting up the winning touchdown.
Se linemen Cameron Erving and Tre Jack- Erving earned the Jacobs Blocking
aH E PRESS f wPson will return for a chance to defend trophy for the best offensive lineman in
the national championship. tlke ACC and protected Heisman winner
THEASSOCIATEDPRESSFE The university said Wednesday that JameisWinston's blindside all14 games.
Patricia Carroll, an attorney representing the family of the accuser in the now closed sexual the three first-team All-ACC players will Jackson has made 28 consecutive starts.
assault investigation involving Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston, addresses return. Center Bryan Stork is the only senior on
the media at a news conference Dec. 13 in Zephyrhills. Greene had nine catches for 147 yards the offensive line.


Auburn's Tre Maso decides to enter NFL dra
The Associated Press mine," Mason said. "I but thewayhe represented the Southeastern Confer-
wanted the ball bad, and Auburn. ence championship game
AUBURN, Ala. Auburn I felt I could do something "This is a big day for him against Missouri. Malzahn
tailback Tre Mason, who with the ball in my hand." and his family. This is a big called Mason "one of the
helped power the Tigers Mason, who finished day for Auburn, so I'm very tougher individuals in all
into the national champi- -sixth in the Ieisman vot- proud of him." of college football."
onship game, is skipping ing, is projectedas a likely Mason rushed for 195 "He can run between
his senior season to enter mid-round draft pick The yards and scored two the tackles, he's got great
the NFL draft. 5-foot-10;, 205-pounder touchlowns in Monday courage, he plays his
"It was a dream since I said he received a-third- night's BCS championship best games in his biggest
Was young," Mason said round grte om e NFLg e against Florida State games, andhe's a good re-
Thursday in announcing draft advisory bard. onday night. Hii tackleA ceiver out of the bakfield
his decision. "I'm a dream Third-year sophomore breaking 37-yard run with also," the'coach said.
chaser, and now I'm just left tackle Greg Robinson 1:19 left gave the Tigers the Mason was- asked what.
trying to make a dream is also headed to the NFL. THEASSOCIATEDPRESS lead before losing 34-31. kind of running back the
into reality." Mason broke Bo Jack- Auburn tailback Tre Mason announces that he will be" Once regarded as an team that drafts himvill
The Heisman Trophy fi- son's 28-year-old school entering'the NFL draft during a news conference Thursday ip undersized, speed :back, get.
nalist was the Tigers' work- single-season record with Auburn, Ala. Mason averaged 34 car- 'fI feel like they'll get
horse late in the season, 1,816 yards. He also ran for "He did a wonderful job Malzahn, who recruited riesand 194.5 yards over somebody that's a. hard
coming through in the 24 touchdowns and fin- for us not only this year, Mason when he was offen- the final four games. He worker, willing to do what-
season's biggest games. ished with six consecutive butreallyhis wholecareer," sive coordinator. "Not just. ran 46 times for 304 yards ever it takes to, win,": he
"It was a big dream of 100-yard rushing games. said Auburn coach Gus the way he played football 'and four touchdowns in said.


Louisville hires Bobby Petrino again as head coach
The Associated Press mentioned for the Louis- and Petrino had previously
ville jobi almost from the resolved their differences.
LOUISVILLE, ,y. -Look- moment Strong. left for But he wanted to see if the,
ing back, Bobby Petrino the Longhorns, but the coach'had truly changed
said the first of his many 'coach said he became as he has professed since
mistakes in recent years aware of the opening only Arkansas fired him for "a
was leaving Louisville, after Cardinals athletic pattern of misleading be-
which provided the first of director Tom Jurich ap- havior" following a motor-
several head coaching op- oproached WKU athletic cycle accident in which ie
portunities on the college director Todd Stewart for revealed his mistress was a
and professional levels. permission to interview passenger.
Upon returning Thurs- him. Jurich came away con-
day to the Cardinals after Jurich said he was an- vinced he was getting a
seven years, Petrino prom- gry at Petrino early in the different' man from the
ised his second stint would Tuesday interview because one Who left, reinforc-
be permanent because of the coach's behavior ing his belief that Petrino
this was always his desti- in his previous Louisville was the right fit for the
nation even with col- stint, one that included Cardinals.
legiate stops at Arkansas player disciplinary issues. "If it was, the same Bob-
and Western Kentucky and The AD also said he was by that was here' 10 years
a 13-game foray with the THEASSOCIATEDPRESS mad at Petrino for leaving ago, I wasn't interested,"
NFL's Atlanta Falcons Bobby Petrino (right) address reporters as University of Louisville President D. James R. after the Orange Bowl win said Jurich, adding that
Petrino returns to a Lou- Ramsey looks on following the announcement of Petrino's hiring as the school's football coach for the pros,:though he ac- he kept coming back to
isville program that has Thursday at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Ky. knowledged the coachwas Petrino as he went through
changed a lot since he (children) Nick and Bobby the past two seasons with after a 3-10 season in honest about his interest a list of seven finalists. "He,
left, one that's gearing up and Katie, this is our home two bowl wins. 2007 with the Falcons that in the job. is definitely a changed
to join the Atlantic Coast and we're excited to be able Petrino received aseven- ended with the coach an- OnSunday, Jurichsaidhe person."
Conference next season to come back." year contract with a base nouncing his departure by
with a home game against Petrino coached Western annual, salary of $3.5 mil- letters left,at the players'
newly-crowned champion Kentucky to anl 8-4 record lion. It includes a$10 mil- lockers.'
Florida State. The coach last season in his only year lion buyout for leaving that "I made mistakes, both
insistedthatlie's achanged 'with the team. He led the decreases after four years. professionallyand person-
person as well as he enters Cardinals to a 41-9 mark But the well-traveled ally, and that's something
the next and hopefully from 2003-06 including a coach said that will not be I'm not going to do again,"
final stop in his career. BCS Orange Bowl victory necessary becauise this is Petrino said. "The first
"It's great to be back his final season. his "destination job." mistake was leaving Lou-
home," Petrino said during He succeeds Charlie Petrino is 83-30 as a col- isville, and I'm hoping that
a sometimes-emotional Strong, who left last week- lege coach. His record the fans and everybody Ann Jones Clarice Boyette Tim Sapp
news conference. "It's re- end after four years to ac- includes a 34-17 mark at will forgive me. I'm more Owner/Broker : Realtor Broker Associate
ally unbelievable to get the cept the Texas job. Petrino Arkansas that ended amid energized, more excited (850)209-9077 (850) 573-1572 (850)209-3595
opportunity to come back inherits a team coming off scandal in April 2012. He than I've everbeen."
here. For (wife) Becky, and a 12-1 finish and is 23-3 came to the Razorbacks Petrino had been Come See Us For All Your Real.Estate Needs!


UAB coach McGee leaves for Louisville
The Associated Press agreed to become Bobby ing after two seasons. He or email.
Petrino's offensive coordi- was 5-19 with the Blazers, McGee worked with Sandra Ward Michael Bedsole Julie Basfotard
A person familiar with nator atLouisville. including 2-10 this past Petrino at Arkansas from Realtor Realtor 'Realtor
the situation tells The As- The person spoke on season. 2008-2011, the last two (850)573-6849 (321)663-2671 (561)891-4034
sociated Press that UAB condition of anonymity A UAB spokesman did seasons as offensive coor-
coach Garrick McGee is because the UAB had not not immediately respond dinator and quarterbacks" 6
]stepping down and has announced McGee is leav- to a phone message coach.




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College Footbal


Manziel leaving for NFL draft ndbe

The Associated Press by Alabam a
Johnny Football is heading to
the NFL. The Associated Press,
Teexas A&M quarterback Johnny S
Manziel declared for the NFL Former Southern Califor-
draft onWednesdayfollowing two nia coach Lane Kiffin is be-
spectacular seasons in which he ing considered by Alabama
became the first freshman to win to replace offensive coor-
the Heisman Trophy and helped dinator Doug. Nussmeier,
the Aggies make a splash in their a person familiar with the
first two years in the Southeast- situation told The Associ-.
ern Conference. ated Press.
"After long discussions with my The person spoke on
family, friends, teammates, and condition of anonymity
coaches, I have decided to make Thursday because Nuss-
myself available for the 2014 NFL meier's departure to Michi-
draft," Manziel said in a letter ganwas not yet official and
posted online by the university. the search for his replace-
"The decision was not an easy ment was not being made
one, but we all felt this was the public.
right time to make the next step The person says there is
toward a professional career." mutualinterestbetweenKif-
Some NFL draft analysts fin andAlabama coach Nick
have Manziel ranked as high as Saban. Kiffin has been out
the third overall pick in mock THEASSOCIATEDPRESSFILE of work since being fired by
drafts.. Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel smiles during the BCS National Championship game between Auburn and USC in late September. He
In a style befitting his record- Florida State on Monday in Pasadena, Calif. spent a week in Thscaloosa,
setting career, Manziel led the Manziel became the first Vegas and the NBA Finals. Man- was suspended for the first half of Ala., last month exchangng
Agitesto a 52-48 come-from-be- freshman to win the Heisman ziel met Heat star LeBron James the Aggies' season opener against ideas with Tide coaches and
hind win over Duke in the Chick- in 2012 after setting inumerous and rapper Drake, and he posted. Rice for what the school said was observingAlabama.
Fil-A Bowl on New Year's Eve in school and SEC records while some tweets that made head- an "inadvertent" violation of Kiffin runs a pro-style of-
his final college game. TexasA&M leading Texas A&M .to an 11-2 lines. One that brought the ire NCAA rules. He was investigated fensethat Saban favors.
trailed 38-17 at halftime before record and a victory over No. 1 of Aggie fans was when he said for allegedly acceptingmoneyfor The 8-year-old was 28-
Manziel guided them to the vic- Alabama in its first season in the he "couldn't wait" to get out of autographs from memorabilia 15 in three-plus seasons
tory by finishing with 382 yards SEC. College Station. brokers, a violation of NCAA rules with USC. He was also head
passing with four TD tosses and His dynamic play created :a His most embarrassing blunder that could ehave led to a much coach at Tennessee and for
73, yards rushing and another frenzy and pushed him into a came during the summer when longer suspension. the Oakland Raiders. ,
score. stratosphere of celebrity that few he departed early from a quarter- The: Aggies were supposed to CBSSports.com first re-
"In all of my years of coaching, college athletes have reached. back camp for high school play- contend for a national title in. ported iffin was to meet
Johnny Manziel is the most ex- That began to cause problems ers run by the Manning family Manziel's encore. But another with Alabama this week
citing football player I have ever since Manziel, who is from Ker- in Louisiana. Manziel said it was 'standout season by the dynam- about the job.
seen," A&M coach Kevin Sumlin rville, Texas, still had three years a mutual decision after he over- ic quarterback wasnrt enough Kiffin spent six seasons
said. "We appreciate everything of eligibility remaining. slept and missed, meetings and to overcome a porous defense (2001-06) at USC under
he has done for Texas A&M and He followed his Heisman-win- activities. that was among the worst in Pete Carroll as an assistant,
Aggiefootballandwishhimnoth- ning season with a high-profile Mranziel's trouble continued thenation. Texas A&M finished including the final two as
ing but the best." offseason of road trips- to Lais when he got back to football. He 9-4. offensive coordinator.


Michigan adds offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier

TheAssociated Press In his- first year with the'
Crimson Tide, he helped
ANN ARBOR, Mich. them win a national
Michigan has made a bold championship with' one
move to give its football of its best seasons offen-
program a boost. sively. Alabama set school
The Wolverines hired records in 2012 with 68
Doug Nussmeier away touchdowns and 6,237
from Nick Saban and Ala- yards of offense. Last sea-
bama to be Brady Hoke's son, the AJ McCarrona-led
offensive-coordinator. offense ranked seventh in
"Doug is a highly respect- pass efficiency and 17th in
ed offensive coordinator scoring offense while aver-
and has: earned a reputa- aging 200-plus yards fush-
tion as being a great men- ing and passing.
tor to quarterbacks, specif-. .h "Doug did an outstand-
ically, where he's coached ing job for us during his
Pro Bowlers, top NFL draft time at the University of
choices and Heisman tro- Alabama and I'm sure, he
phy finalists," Hoke said will do a great job at the
in a statement Thursday. University of Michigan,"
"Doug has been success- Saban saidin a statement.
ful at every coaching stop "He is a bright coach who
with his- balanced and ex- works hard and brings a lot
plosive offenses, and he of energy and enthusiasm
brings national champion- to work'each ,and every
ship experience." day."
Alabama hired Nussmei-. At Washington, Nussmei-
er nearly two years ago to' erhelped develop quarter-
be Saban's offensive coor-, THEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE back Jake Locker, who was
dinator after he directed Alabama offensive coOrdinator/quarterbacks coach Doug Nussmeier talks during a news.conference Dec.29 at the New Orleans taken No. 8 overall in the.
the Washington Huskies' Marriott Conventions Center in New Orleans. 2011 NFL draft by the Ten-
offense the previous three program I've always had deal at Alabama after get- minus-48 yards rushing coached by Nussmeier at nessee Titans. He was the
seasons. Nussmeier also deep respect for, and I'm ting a $90,000 raise last a school record against Michigan State, said in a Rams' quarterbacks coach
spent one season as offen- looking forward to getting April. the Spartans and minus-21 telephone interview. "At when Marc Bulger earned
sive coordinator at Fresno started in Ann Arbor and He'll likely make even yards rushing against the Michigan, they've'had an aspot in the Pro Bowl after
State and had., stints as being a part of the great more at Michigan. Cornhuskers. identity Crisis on offense the 2006 season. And with
quarterbacks coach with tradition there." .Nussmeier will prob- Michigan ranked last in and he can help them out the Spartans, he; helped
Michigan State and the St. Michigan fired offensive ably provide a return on major college football by a.ton with that and it can Stanton and Jeff Smoker
LouisRams. Hewas acan- coordinator Al Borges on the investment if he can giving up 114 tackles for help him become a head set school records.
didate to become Wash- Wednesday after the Wol- turn around an offense led losses., coach soon.' "Everything he does is
ington's head coach be- verines ranked 86th in the by returning quarterback "I thirik this is a good. :'I've kept in touch with impressive," Stanton said.
fore the school hired Chris nation in total offense and Devin Gardner. move for him because at him over the years and it's "He cares about kids and
Petersen. flopped to a 7-6 finish. The Wolverines scored Alabama; he would never going to make it harder wants them to get their
"I'm proud of iwhat we Borges was one of several 41 points in both a win get the credit he's due be- for me to root against education. He works with
ac'complished in two sea- assistants who came with over Notre Dame and a -cause everybody thinks Michigan." them at their craft, de-
sons at Alabama,. and I Hokein2011 from his staff near-upset against Ohio you should have always Nussmeier was nominat- manding respect and ask-
owe a great deal to Coach at San Diego State. State, but their offensive success there because of ed last season for the Bro- ing a lot of them and you
Saban for that opportu- Nussmeier made line was overmatched in all the talent," Arizona yles Award, which honors want to .give, him every-
nity," Nussmeier said in a $680,000 last season in the losses to Michigan State Cardinals quarterback, the top assistant coach in thing you have. because
statement. "Michigan is a second of his three-year and Nebraska. They had Drew Stanton, who was collegefootball. you love playing for him."

College Football Briefs
Father says Spence's 7. coaching staff. game rushing and quar-
S UnlSt Ohio State backed the University spokesman terback Zach Mettenberg-
suspension is unjust Spences' appeal. Greg Michael Bonnette says er passed for 3,082 yards. co
COLUMBUS, Ohio Spence said the Big Ten Studrawa left the program Prior to joining LSU in Pe
The father of Ohio State's initially wanted to sus- to "pursue other opporthu- 2007, Studrawa was the
Noah Spence says his son pend his son for a season nities," and says he cannot offensive coordinator at
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NFL


Jay Gruden is named Redskins' coach

The Associated Press ending a 10-day search. Rookie of the Year award in
The Redskins had to wait 2012.Griffinreturnedfrom
WASHINGTON Jay until the Bengals played major knee surgery to start
Gruden has his first NFL their first-round playoff 13 games, but he publicly
head coaching gig, charged game before Gruden could disagreed vwith some of
with ending the perpetual be interviewed. And it took Shanahan's decisions,
state of turmoil that has a bad day from Gruden struggled as a drop-back
become the Washington and Dalton scoringonly passer and was benched
Redskins. 10 points in a home loss for the final three weeks.
He was hired Thursday to the San Diego Chargers There's no question
after spending the last to make Gruden free to Gruden has paid his dues.
three seasons as the of- be hired this week. He played quarterback for
fensive coordinator of the Gruden had an inside the Barcelona Dragons
Cincinnati Bengals, where track on the job because and the Sacramento Surge
his skill in helping to de- of his ties within theWash- in the long-defunct World
velop Andy Dalton will no ington organization. He League of American Foot-
doubt be of use when he was an assistant coach with ball in 1990, then went to
takes on the task of groom- Tampa Bay from 2002-08, the Arena Football League
ing another young fran- where he worked at various and began a playing and
chise quarterback, Robert times with Allen, Redskins coaching career that, was
Griffin III. defensive backs coach Ra- so successful it landed him
Gruden replaces Mike heem Morris and tight ends in the AFL Hall of Fame in
Shanahan, who was fired coach Sean McVay. Gruden 1999.
last week'after a 3-13 sea- THEASSOCIATED PRESSFILE also coached under Red- 'He's been a head coach
son that ended with eight Cincinnati Bengaloffensive coordinator Jay Gruden walks on the field prior to a game against skins defensive coordinator both the AFL and UFL,
consecutive losses. The the Baltimore Ravens, in Cincinnati on Jan. Gruden has agreed to become the head coach of Jim Haslett with the UFIs including two stints with
Redskins finished last in the the Washington Redskins. Florida Tuskers in 2009. the AFL's Orlando Preda-
NFC East during three of seven last-place finishes. owed by his more famous for multipe head coaching Morris, McVay and Has- tors from 1998-2001 and
Shanahan's four seasns in Unlike Shanahan, Gruden brother, Jon Gruden, who openings last year and had lett were retained when o2004-08 that included
Washington, a time marked will not have final say over won a Super Bowl with the drawn interest from atleast Shanahan was fired, leav- four appearances inthe
by discord among own- all football matters. He'll Tampa Bay Buccaneers three other teams seeking ing it up to Gruden as to championship game and
ership, quarterback and report to general manager and is now an analyst on to fill a head coaching va- whetherhe will keep them two league titles. In 2010,
coach. Bruce Allen, who has taken "Monday Night Football." cancy this year. He inter- on his new staff. after Haslett left for the
Gruden will become charge of assembling the But Jay Gruden has been a viewed with the Tennessee Gruden's No.. 1 task will Redskins; Gruden was
Dan Snyder's eighth coach roster and other personnel name on the rise because Titans on Tuesday. be to develop a solid rela- head coach and general
in, 16 seasons as an NFL decisions. of his, success with Dalton On Wednesday, he be-' tionship with Griffin, who manager of the Tuskers
owner. The span includes The 46-year-old Gruden and the Bengals' offense. came the last of six candi- 'regressed this season after and led them to the UFL
four winning seasons and has been largely overshad- Jay Gruden interviewed dates to meet with Allen, winning the APs Offensive' championship game.



Broncosfigure tobebetter this time around
The Associated Press they'll also be without Von having a successful first
Miller, who's set to undergo down, minimizing the
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. surgery to repair his torn third-and-longs and tak-
Thelast.top seed to openits right ACL on Thursday. ing advantage of some op-
playoff run against a team The Chargers (10-7) and portunities we had."
it had just lost to at home Broncos (13-3) have played Bailey was out with a
in December was the 2008 108 times but never in the nagging foot injury that
NewYork Giants, who were. postseason. to night, too, and Philip Riv-
beaten again by Philadel- "This is.iwhy you have ers picked on rookie cor-
phia in the rematch. the offseason work; this is nerback Kayvon Webster,
Sixyears later, the Denver why you meet as often as who played the final three
Broncos and another Man-. you do in April, May and quarters with a broken
ning brother open against June," Peyton Manning right thumb, no less.
the San Diego Chargers, said. "It's for opportunities Bailey's return at nickel
who held the highest-scor- like this." backgivestheBroncosthree
ing team of the Super Bowl Manning wasn'tin the solid cornerbacks along
era to its lowest point total mood Wednesda s to re- with Dominique, Rodgers-
of the season in a 27-20 up- flect on his record-setting Cromartie and Chris Har-
set in Denver last month., regular stasbn, focused as THEASSOCIATEDPRS ris Jr. to cover the likes of
The Broncos figure to he is on trying to win an- Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (18) throws during practice at the Broncos Vincent Brown, Eddie Royal
be a different team than other Super Bowl ring that training facility in Englewood, Colo, on Wednesday. Backup quarterbacks Zac Dysert (2) and and KeenanAllen.
the one that took the' field would match brother Eli's Brock Osweiler (17) watch. San Diego coach Mike
on the final Thursday pair. when the Broncos had on third downs that night, onthird down and jist on McCoy said running back
night game of the season, Manning will have his three straight three-and- when they sorely missed any down. When you lose Ryan Mathews (ankle)
however. stellar slot receiver back outs that helped San Diego Welker. a weapon like that, you won't practice until Friday.
This time, they'll have from a concussion that turn an early touchdown "Big time," wide receiver have to fill the shoes and But McCoydeclared, "He's
Wes Welker, Champ Bailey forced him to miss that last deficit into a 2410ead. Eric Decker said. "He's ,a I don't think we as a team going to be healthy' on
and Jeremy Mincey, but game against the Chargers, The Broncos were 2-of-9 guy that has done very well did a good enough job of Sunday."


Seattle's Lynch has $50000 fine on hold Source: Dolphins

The Associated Press complying with, league to inteMvew Brow"ns
policy. If there are any fur-
RENTON, Wash. A ther violations, the $50,000
$5 0,000 fine to Seattle fine will be p ollected and a : m mi fob
running back Marshawn minimum fine of $50,000
Lynch has been put on more will be assessed. TheAssociated Press nature of the discussions.
hold as long as he contin- Lynch had declined 'all Farmer joined the
ues to comply with league requests for interviews CLEVELAND- A per- Browns in March after
policy on being available this season and had not Son familiar with the seven seasons in Kansas
to the media. spoken to the media until situation says the Browns City's front office. When
Lynch appealed the last Friday when he talked have given Miami per- Farmer came to Cleve-
fine, but it was not over- for less than 90 seconds. mission. to interview land, Michael Lombardi's
turned according to league Lynch's longest answer Cleveland assistant gen- title was switched from
spokesman Greg Aiello. was 24 words when asked eralmanager Ray Farmer vice president of player
Instead, NFL executive about the Seahawks' focus for the Dolphins' GM .personnel to GM.
THEASSOCIATEDPRESSFILE vice president of football thisweeknotiknowingwho opening. In his first season in
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch (24) stands operations Ray Anderson their opponent would be. The Dolphins and GM Cleveland, Farmer kept
with fulliack Michael Robinson (left) during practice Jan. 3 in put the fine on hold af- The Seahawks face New Jeff Ireland parted ways a low public profile
Renton, Wash. ter Lynch committed to Orleans onSaturday.' earlier this week after while assisting Lom-
__ six seasons. Miami has bardi in overseeing the
reached out to meet with pro and college scouting
Steelers President Rooney saw progress in 8-8 year who spo Ta tohtes dFpa nayed line-
the Associated Press on backer in the NFL before
The Associated Press to lock up the two-time. Pittsburgh to a 6-2 record in over a decade. condition of andnymity a knee injury ended his
Super Bowl winner for the over the second half of the Though .Rooney de- because of the sensitive career.
PITTSBURGH Pitts- remainder of his career. year. He also became more dined to comment spe-
burgh Steelers President "We lookatBen as some- adept at getting the ball cifically on the status of
Art Rooney II knows there body who is going to be out of his hands. Roeth- individual.coaches he said
are issues his team needs here for the long-term, lisberger was sacked just "we feel good about the
toaddresscomingoffasec- hopefully five or more seven times over the final coaching staff in general."'
ond straight 8-8 season. years," Rooneysaid."We've seven games, compared to Pittsburgh has already
He's not convinced the got to have Ben retire as 36 sacks over the season's made one move, parting.
contract status of quarter- a Steeler, no doubt about first nine weeks. ways with offensive line ,
back Ben Roethlisberger is that." The performance left coach Jack BicknellJr. last u _,
one of them. The 31-year-old .Roeth- Rooney encouraged by week.
Rooney said Wednes- lisberger is coming off what he saw as the rela- Haley has one year re-
day the Steelers may hold one of his best statistical tionship between Roeth- maining on his contract,
off on reworking Roeth- seasons. He set franchise lisberger and offensive and defensive coordinator
lisberger's contract this records for attempts (584), coordinator Todd Haley Dick LeBeau said at the
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NBA CSkd team's dip in play, but it's the her face at all times.
Skid Lady Tigers' inability to execute "She's a great player. She's
Miami's in the late stages of games that probably the best shooter in
LeBron PagelB has cost them opportunities to the district," he said. "Any time
James (6) The Lady Tigers have faced a take winnable games. you give her an open look,
drives to difficult stretch against qual- "It's a combination of shot it's pretty much an automatic
the basket ity teams during the five-game selection and awareness of the bucket."
against New losing streak, but they have situation. We take bad shots at If the Lady Tigers can contain
Orleans' been unable to close out close bad times," Roberts said. "When Simmons, it should be a great
Tyreke games, falling by four to Pop- the game is close, we have to opportunity to get back on the
Evans (1) in lar Springs, by one to Hol- know we've got to get the right winningside,whichRobertssaid
Miami on mes County, and by three to bucket here, and when. you his team needed to do quicklyto
Tuesday. Sneads. have a 6-3 center (Curteeona keep things from spiraling out of
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
In the last loss to Paxton, Brelove) in the middle that can control.
S* Malone rallied from an 18-point pretty much get a basket any "It's like (Malone baseball
C uT y m oves past Paul halftime deficit to draw to with- time on the block, you have to coach Max Harkrider) said to
in two late in the fourth before get her the ball and we're not me, 'losing is just like winning
k ll -the Lady Bobcats pulled away doing a good job of that late in in that it's contagious,'" the
BA A U-St r D oti g for a 50-41 win. .games." coach said. "Right now, we just
"We're just struggling. We're Brelove is averaging over 22 need a win and we need a win
The Associated Press Western Conference guards not playing well," Roberts said. points per game on the season, badly. Hopefully we can go out
Thursday when the third re- "We've played some good teams, but the Lady Jaguars have an ex- there and get off to a good start.
NEWYORK-- Stephen Curry, turns of fan balloting were but we just haven't played to the plosive scorer of their own in 5- When we get off to a good start,
an NBA All-Star snub last year, released. best of our ability. That's what it foot-8 junior Makayla Simmons, we tend to play well. When we
is in position to start this year's Heat.forward LeBron James comes down to; we've just got to who is averaging 21.4 points per come out sluggish, we usually
game. leads all players with 1.076 mil- play better." game and has made 33 three- have a tough night. If we can
The Golden State harp- lion votes, fewer than 22,000 The coach cited poor re- pointers this season, take good shots and take care of
shooter moved past Chris ahead of Oklahoma City's Kevin bounding and turnovers as two Roberts said his team will have the ball, we should be in good
Paul into second place amopg Durant. of the biggest reasons for the to find her and keep a hand in shape.".

"ers won just two games all left in the third quarter. three on the next Malone up six with 2:12 to play, after the game ofhis.team.
Tigers year and was 0-3 in games Back-to-back 3-pointers possession,'and then hit a and Johnson's free throws "I'm proud of them.n A lot
against Jackson County by Johnson put Malone deep triple off of a dribble helped put the game away. of times you play a team:
From Page B opponents., back up five, but the Pi- hand-off moments later Wert finished with 25 like this and think you
throws down the stretch to But the Pirates brought rates found themselves and was fouled to make it points to lead SHS; while don't have a chance and
icethe game. their 'A' game Thursday, back in front at 57-55 after 61-57. DariusWilliamshad 16 and you don't show up, but
The win took more work rallyingbackfrom 11 down an offensive put-back-by Baker found Xavier Alphonso Brown eight. they showed up. Malone's
than the Tigers likely antic- in the first half to take the Jeremy Wert with 3:08 to Gray, who finished with "I thought they played athletes took over late and
ipated coming in against lead on a driving basket by play. 10 points, for a free throw their hearts out," Sneads (Baker) made some really
a Sneads team. that had Devonte Pettus with 1:26 However, Baker nailed a line jumper to put Malone coach Bruce Hubbs said big shots,"

i'v ls much of the early action in wise not to dig such an ear- the Hornets are going to Hornets need to win in or- out of first with four to
R IV S the first matchup, getting ly hole this time around. even up.the season series der to stay in the race for play.
e clean looks at the basket "For us to have a chance, with their rivals. the top seed in the district However, Obertsaidthat's
From Page lB and finishing efficiently in we have to do better early "They've been playing tournament, the furthest thing from his
It's obviously a huge rivalry the half-court to establish in the game," he said. "I real good. (Anderson) has Graceville was 5-1 in the mind at the moment.
and I still feel like they're a double-digit edge mid- expect a big crowd and got them playing hard and district going into Thurs- "Right now we're fourth
one of the best teanis in way through the second for them to be loud'and doing a real good job in day's matchup with 7-1 in the distridt, but we're
the district even though quarteir rambunctious, so to get what they do," the coach Altha, so Cottondale could not even really focused on
-they've struggled alittle bit But Graceville seized down early again this time said. "They do a good job feasibly be tied with GHS that. We're.just trying to
lately," he said. "It will be momentum with a big run probably would hot be a with their pressure. They in the league standings get better," he said. "We've
our second road game in to close the half sparked by good suggestion for us to extend it full-court and' with a Tigers loss to Altha just got to get better so we
two nights and that will be its pressure defense, and take." that gave us some prob- and a win tonight. cn try to be ready when
tough on us, but we hope the Hornets were never Obert said his team will lems last time. Hopefully With a loss, the Hornets the district tournament
to go over there and at least able to get back on track. also need to do abetter job we'll do a better job with it would fall back to .500 comes."
represent ourselves well." However, Anderson said dealing with the full-court this time." ,in district and full three The game tips off at 7
Cottondale controlled that his team would be trapping of Graceville if It's a. game that the games in the loss column p.m.

I- l Marianna has met every dogs would need just two "We just look at it'as an- and try to keep meeting district and undefeated in
Bu uR O s challenge presented thus home wins overWalton and other goal to meet," Blan- the small goals that we've- .the county' and just take
fFm Pe ar, and another win tonight West Florida to complete a ton said. "W' want to win set inside the season. We another step in the right
FromPageB would mean thatthe Bull- perfect district season. the next district game. want to be undefeated in direction."
said of the Jaguars. "Our
challenge is going. to
be their quickness with
them playing basicallyTA PIA N
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challengingfor us and may 2821 Ross Clark Circle, W Dothan 793-3045 r familOwned Ope Stoe r47Ye "
cause us some matchup
problems in terms of being
able to guard their smaller
players on the perimeter."
Perhaps the. toughestof SAVINGS!:
West. Floridas collection
of perimeter players is 5-
foot-1 senior point guard e
Kevin Hartley, a four-year
starter that Blanton said S t
will be a handful for his
team to contain.
"He's real seasoned and
when things break down,
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plays and keeping things" WASHER,' EF1. '*M
even-keeled for them, LE WAHR All Styles& Colors BEDROOM
he said. "He's skilled and w A S L 5 TeIp, 5 SpinA peeds Delay Start DD SUITE
poised, and he can shoot Twin. $569.9 5ea, poieae % as k $549. E.
it orpenetrate.He's just a FOR Headboard, Dresser, Mirror
good all-around player, All Full.. $64, 95 ea piece Headb Dresser, M
of their guards play with U K & Chest. Regular $498.
a toughness about them. Queen.... r5 earp l
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them came off the football King, .;..$89.95 eaCa. piece i
players too. :: hp ..- .. BUNK BEDS
"They can all put it on OOD B NK BEDS
the floor .and play with a ELECIRIC RANGE DRYER i 'L DIN ETTE TABLE Regular$298
sense that they believe at Nein Cblon, Ceramic Tile Top, Heav Duty. T1 lWith chairs.
all times that they can beat Self Cleaning OvenNas $599.
you." i c w te Was$9 W $299.
Beating the Bulldogs Was $ 299
has proven an impos- SALE ALE S LE
sible task thus far, though SALE
things could get tricky for $5 i
MHS tonight following a $i
week-long layoff due to -E-"
the postponement of their
scheduled in-county game
Couple that winst ace two- FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE 2pECE G
hour bus ride and it's 30" ELECTRIC 26 CU. FT. O: IU DIS .
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nervous.d em a b New In Carton. FREEZER SL V A Compare at $
"We haven't played since 2 Lg. Burners, 2 Sm. Burner s, ,-d; Cho cof Pattrns c'
lastFridaynightandyou've Storage Drawer. Was $495. Watr& Crushed"&Cubed i ico
got the long bus ride over, Thr ouQgh Door. Was $1099. & Designs. Was1198.
so it may be tough. I'm not $ABA .8$;
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Blanton said. "I hope it
gives the kids the opportu-
nity to focus in on some of FRIGIDA New In Carton.
the things we maytake for 14.8 CU. FT. FRIGIDAIRE
granted, like some of the
fundamental things that CHEST FREEZER 17 CU FT .*,
help you be successful. Adjustable Temperature Controls. REFRIGERAT R/ (Across From Eye Center So
"But it could work the Was $298. FREEZER LARGEST SELECTION OF APPLIANCES & ITURE
other way in terms of get- SALE Ice Maker Ready, 2 Door, Frost IN THE WIREGRASS!
tn rusty and taking No YOUR FElY OWNED&nOPRATEO STORE FOR OVER 47 YEARS
SAME DAY DEaiERY NATIONWIDE SERVICE
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rust doesn't wear off un- 9 CU. FT CHEST Bring us ie price you can find tr any l 3347933045
til after the fourth quarter $1 95 SALE 3 9 give you the item FREE!
and the game is over and
Jyou've lost."
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