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Jackson County Floridan
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Vol. 91 No. 27

Local man critically .

injured in wreck

From staff reports road. Sutton was taken by helicopter to Tallahassee Memorial
A Marianna man was critically Hospital for treatment of critical injured in a motorcycle accident injuries in the accident. late Tuesday afternoon. Because of the hilly terrain
According to Florida Highway surrounding the roadway, the Patrol reports, 29-year-old Keith helicopter set down on the roadDale Sutton was westbound way. The movement of traffic on Blue Springs Road when he was briefly suspended and then lost control of the 2004 Suzuki managed by uniformed officers DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
motorcycle he was driving. The as the landing and transport A Florida Highway Patrol officer (in brown) and Jackson County deputies (in green) manage, the scene of a motorcycle overturned on the took place. motorcycle accident on Blue Springs Road late Tuesday afternoon.






Husband says
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he shot man
in self-defense,

wife by accident

From staff reports
A Bay County man is claiming
SUBMITTED ILLUSTRATION he acted in self defense when he Concept art provided by David H. Melvin Inc. shows design plans for a key feature of the planned Chipola Overlook Park in Marianna. The shot and killed his wife's lover early revised concept was presented to city commissioners Tuesday, Feb. 4,2014, during a meeting at city hall. Wednesday morning at the home
in Fountain where the couple lived
U.S. 90 park project grows city commissioners dur- number of picnic tables. Heading east, and where the victim had been
ing their Tuesday meeting the platform narrows to a walkway that staying temporarily. He also claims
BY ANGIE COOK at city hall. David H. Mel- extends 80 feet, reaching out past the he shot his wife accidentally. vin Inc. has been hired riverbank, ending at a platform sus- According to authorities, no
for associated design and pended in the air over the Chipola River, charges had been filed against 43MARIANNA engineering work. some 37 feet above the water. There, a year-old Michael McCoyin the case
rr he Chipola Overlook Park project slightly wider overlook area should give
has a new design direction and a Melvin NEW DESIGN visitors an impressive view of the water See SHOOTING, Page 5A
L need for additional funding, but as it flows south.
city officials are on board with the idea. A 30-foot drop in elevation, from the Still planned at the park is water acThey think the end result will make a limestone bluff down to the water's cess by way of a separate walkay down striking visual impact and add yet an- edge, helped presenter David Melvin to the bank, where a concrete launch other river recreation option for locals and his firm approach the fundamen- area will await those traveling down and tourists alike. tal design question of how to make a river by canoe or kayak.
Revised conceptual. art for the strong visual statement. With its unusual vantage point
planned park, to be located on the west At the west end of the platform, which located past some tree obstructions, a U.. 90 in Marianna, was presented to a 20-foot-wide space will allow for a See PARK, Page 5A

in fatal


"" / From staff reports
TH":J/Y/ Authorities have released the
/// name of a man who died ma traffic
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I Carlos Hemandez-Trejo, 53, of
TIM ES Freeport, was traveling southbound
,, / on the Clyde Wels Bridge on U.S. i/I ,,//'-331 south of Freeport when the Geo / Metro he was driving crossed the
been busy northbound lanes and collided with
beenbusy... ......., aHyundai Elantra driven by Freeerecting :.... port resident KtenGrice,65
new signs at the Hernandez-Trejo and Grice were
Oak taton Pazaboth taken to Sacred Heart HospiOak taton Pazatal in Miramar Beach following the in Maiannathis7:50 p.m. crash. Hernandez-Trejo week. died there. Grice was treated for
minor injuries.
Authorities had initially withheld
the name of the driver who died,
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IF1LO iIR ID A N1~ TODAY )) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
)) Marianna Recreation Department Baseball- Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. AttenPublisher Valeria Roberts Softball Registration 8 am. to 4 p.m. at the and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and dance limited to persons with a desire to stop Marianna Educational and Recreational Expo hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call, drinking.
(MERE) location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna 209-7856, 573-1131. )) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in the
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski or you may drop off your registration at City Hall. )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, Boys and girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist 5429 College Drive, Graceville.,
to play. The fee for T-ball is $35 for participants Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. CONTACT US and $40 for Dixie Youth machine Pitch, AAA, "o" MONDAY, FEB. 10
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Zone and Dixie Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels,SAUDYFE.8MlnDieYotBabllig-p-9
Ponytails and Belles Softball will be $40. The fee STRAFB aoeDxeYuhBsbl inUsFAX: 850-482-4478 must be paid with a check or money order, no cash )) Farm Service Agency 2014 NAP Application am. to 4 p.m. Monday thrU Friday and 9 a.m. to
Email: Will be accepted. Checks need to be made payable Closing Date Jackson County Farm Service noon on Saturday at Malone Town Hall. Sign-up fee
,Street Address: to MERE. No one will be allowed to register after Agency Qffice in Marianna. The Noninsured Crop is $40 per child. Please bring copy of your child's
443 ostttinLaeFeb. 28. All participants must bring a copy of their Disaster Assistance Program provides financial birth certificate. If you have any questions contact
4403h ConstituionaLan assistance to producers of noninsurable crops Michael Padgett 209-1250, Lenny Weber 209-8409
Marianna, FL 32448 b)Irt ertical. n'i 83-0 ~.a when low yields, loss of inventory or prevented or Jamie Floyd 569-2343.
Office Hours: tenatisona Cat Punli Siprry 292 8 G3-1 eamna planting occur due to natural disaster conditions. Apalachee Regional Planning Council Meeting
thedys Jako Count Puli Liray 292 Gee The application and service fee must be submitted -10 am. at the iTrans Office, 3988 Old Cottondale
Wekdys 8~. o p~.St. in Marianna. Learning Center staff and their for the following crops:, beans,, cantaloupes, sweet Road, Mari anna. FTA applications will be accepted
international English learners invite the public for corn, grapes, honeydew melon, peas, pumpkins, at this time. MISS YOUR PAPER? the exchange of language, culture and ideas in a rutabagas, squash, watermelons, millet for grazing, JakoCuny uitrGilMeig
You should receive your newspaper no later relaxed environment. Light refreshments served, perennial peanuts for hay, and green peanuts. For -53070pm.a Jackson County QirGulMextnin thn6am fi osntarvcl icl- No charge. Call 48 2-9124. more info, call 526-2610, ext. 100. ServicPen Av., aanksn BousnEensiet
tha 6atm Anf itif doese no arie call Circula-Sevc, enAv. aran. uies et
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to .Ann thiftCtreh 3009 am.fto p St. na Chipola Future Educator's Club Teacher Wor- ings are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for Frdy n ~.t 1am nSna.Te Call482-3734. tars. To ensure that sufficient material are available 209-7638.
Jackson County Floridan (UISPS 271-840) )) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The RSVP to FEC sponsor Casey Bush at bushc@ GealgCubM tig-6pmJcko
is published Tuesday through Friday and Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC'S or ca11526-2761 ext.2449. County P lub Library, 292 6re Stm., ariaona
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid focus is the local community, "Community, Children )) Unconditional Love Pet Adoption 9 a.m. at There will be a special viewing of a PBS documenat Marianna, FL. & Character.' Call 526-3142. ReStore in Marianna. ReStore will host Partners for tary "African-American Lives, Across the'Middle
)) Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at Pets and Hidden Springs Horse Rescue for an adop- Passage."
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. tion/fundraising event. There will be large selection ))CioaBeeprMetn -68pm.tth
Hmdeiey$1.3prmnh$3.3 Call 482-2290. of home doggie beds and gourmet dog biscuits for Jak Chioun B eeeseing Ofie 6-81 Pm.natyth
Hom dlivry $1.2 pr mnt; $2.3 VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting 6 p.m. at purchase. Partners for Pets will have dogs for adop- Jacni CouMainty Exeniong Office, 2741 Phennol-c for three months; $62.05 for six months: 2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish supper fol- tion. Bring $10 donation for either nonprofit or an vanppe., allianna62. Bigads oh olc and $123.45 for one year. All prices include lowed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500. item from their wish lists and get a discount on your spe.Cl 8-60 applicable state and local taxes. Mail The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida Soci- prhs rmteR~oe looisAoyosOe etn .subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail ety, Sons of the American Revolution Meeting The Artist Guild of Northwest Florida Inc. -9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; 6:30 p.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill. The program am. to noon at Michele Tabor Kimbrough's home Cuc,20 aeoi tMran will be "The Battle of Ole Ninety Six District, South studio, 2916 Russ St., Marianna. Mini workshop on $92.24 for six months: and $184.47 for one Caoia"n h othr apino h Transferring an image using the Grid Methods." TEDY E.1
year. Revolutionary War." Anyone interested in SAR is .Bring paper, pencil, eraser, ruler and a simple im- S.AnThittoe- 9am.to1pmS.
welcome. For more info, call 594-6664. age photo. Members $3 nonmembers $5. Parking Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna.
ADVERTISING )) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, available behind the home. Everyone welcome. Any Call 482-3734.
'The advertiser agrees that the publisher 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- qusin al5705.) Republican Club of West Florida Meeting salnot be liable for damages arising donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance )) Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10 Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill; 4329 Lafayette St.,
sallimited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; am. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in Marianna. Call 352-4984.
out of errors and advertisements beyond papers will not be signed. Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients m niitCi flrqnCnt nr et

JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN e LOOL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY6,2014 s 3A...... Y-: ....... :' Cottondale High School Honor Rol
Second Nine Weeks Broxton, Jasmyne Fonsen, ley, Grace Prieto, Morgan
( AT -r r r Sixth Grade Jessy Foran, Tiffany Frank- Ricca, Courtney Stephens,
N. -A Honor Roll Isabel- lin, Tyler Hartsfield, Dan- Caroline Sweet, Emily TyS~7 la Harrell and Cameron iel Lewis, Jordan Merritt, ler and CarlYoung.
Syfrett. Zachary Paille, Forrest PriA /B Honor Roll Au- eto, Janaysha Smith, Aus- Eighth Grade bree Barfield, Chey- tin Stephens, Holly Tyler, A Honor Roll Gracie
ann Blackmon, Jordan Kadeem Webb and Ryan Zick.
Braxton, Chyanne Bray, Williams. A/B Honor Roll Kris/ DaShayla Brown, Avery ten Adams, Dylan CasBurkett, Domenico Col- Eleventh Grade satt, Christopher Corbin,
lins, Elizabeth Cutchins, A Honor Roll Andrew Logan Deese, Brittany Cody Foran, Austin Gris- Bizaillion, Breanna Har- Dominguez, Joshua Folsett, Nathaniel Huskey, rell, Nikita Hill and Chel- som, Joshua Glass, Tiyana Jessie Johnson, Kasey sea Morris. Gray, Summer Hayes,
.Lathan, Daniel Maloy, A/B Honor Roll Madi- Bailey Johnson, Deme'cia
Colleen McLendon, son Broxton, Cheyanne Johnson, Kyle Kelley, MadMcKenna Morrison, Kyra Franklin, Alex Lamb, Des- ison Moss, Tanya Prieto, Patterson, Alexis Prieto, tinee McDaniel, Cameron Troi Prieto, Colby Roland, 4 Cherenne Quick, Kaleb McKinney, Connor Melvin Breanna Tiller and Jephri
Rodell, Valerie Sampson, and Sueellen Mosier. White.
Morgan Seale and Corey
Shores. Twelfth Grade Ninth Grade
A Honor Roll Kylee A HonorRoll-None
S Seventh Grade Crose, Taylor Czecholinski, A/B Honor Roll MiA Honor Roll Savan- Patrick Fortunato, Justin chael Black, Brandon nah Bizaillion, McKen- Klotz, Samantha Maloy, Gramling, Haley McClain, zie Gay, Payton Melvin, Veronica Peacock, Mary Laramie Pooser, Haley SUuBMITTED PHOTO Blayton See and Caroline Raines, Kourtnie Rich- Scurlock, Brittney Shores, his year is Jackson Hospital's 75th anniversary and one new Sweet. ardson, Taylor Tate, Grace Bradley Vickery and Hanimprovement is the state of the art pediatric mobile entertain- Ball,B Tynisiara Bar nes, and Mercedes York.inson nahWhite.
.T ment unit. Jackson Hospital's Starlight Fun Center is the latest Ryan Brannon, Tyrus A/B HonorRoll-Kyshon Tenth Grade
and greatest in pediatric gaming. This gaming machine helps pediat- Dudley, William Hicks, Ali, Taylor Cutchins, Mi- A Honor Roll Brendon
Deana Holland, Ma- chelle Dilmore, Sierra Hales, Colby Hargrove, ric patients forget about their treatments and conditions by providing son Jones, Nathan Kel- Dominguez, Katlyen Ellis, Daniel Lewis Faith Long,
sonJoes Nthn el Dmiguez Kale liDaniel Lewis, Faith Long,
them a fun distraction. The device is a hospital version of a Wii gam- ley, Grace Prieto, Cody Dakota Haddock, Jacob Miranda Sapp, Joyelle
ing system that can berolled up to any patient's bedside. This gaming Shores, Courtney Ste- Hartford, Garrett Ifft, Cait- Saun, McKaylah See, Kevin
nsyphens, Emily Tyler and lin Melvin, Tsara Peace, Ed-SanMcylheKvi machine changes hospitalization from scary to comforting. Above, Caphens, Emily Tyler and Scottn Melvin, TsaBrooke Shoresace, Ed- Tharp, Zoee Warren and Carl Young. die Scott, Brooke Shores, Alana White.
patient Treyvon Copeland, 3, of Bascom, plays with the Starlight Fun Wendy Singleton, Roy A/B Honor Roll TrenCenter. Eighth Grade Swindell, Danae Williams
A Honor Roll Gracie and Derrick Wilson. ton Brinley Mackensie
Zick. Broxton, Jessy Foran, TifA/B Honor Roll fany Franklin, Brently McM arianna High School presents GraysonBall, DylanCas-First Semester Clain, Zachary Paille, AusM ar anna H i School present satt, Christopher Corbin, Sixth Grade tin Stephens, Holly Tyler,
Logan Deese, Brittany A Honor Roll Nathan- Kadeem Webb and Ryan Valentine's Day dinner theatre Dominguez, Joshua Fol- iel Huskey, Kasey Lathan, Williams.
som, Joshua Glass, Ti- McKenna Morrison, Cheyyana Gray, Bailey John- enne Quick, Morgan Seale Eleventh Grade On Friday, Feb. 14, two son, Kyle Kelley, Triton and Cameron Syfrett. A Honor Roll Andrew
groups of Marianna High Mathis, Madison Moss, A /B Honor Roll Au- Bizaillion, Breanna Harrell
School Students are com- AR, Tanya'Prieto, Troi Prieto, bree Barfield, Cheyann and Chelsea Morris.
bining their talents to Tyler Sallas and Jephri Blackmon, Jordan Braxton, A/B Honor Roll Cheypresent "Check Please," a White. Chyanne Bray, DaShayla anne Franklin, Nikita
Valentine's-themed the- Brown, Avery Burkett, Hill, Alex Lamb, Destinee
atre production and a deli- Ninth Grade Domenico Collins, Emily McDaniel and Connor
cious dinner. A Honor Roll None Davis, Cody Foran, Austin Melvin.
Before the show MHS A/B Honor Roll Mi- Grissett, Isabella Harrell,
Culinary Arts students tchael Black, Brandon Jessie Johnson, Phillip Twelfth Grade
will prepare and serve a Gramling, Kender Kikili- Jones, Colleen McLendon, A Honor Roll Kylee,
meal consisting of smoked dis, Hailey McClain, Ca- Kyra Patterson, Alexis Prie- Crose, Patrick Fortunato,
pork chop, baked potato, i } :leb Peer, Laramie Pooser, to, Valerie Sampson, Corey Justin Klotz, Samantha
salad and roll. A special Haley Scurlock, Brittney Shores and Kalina Torres. Maloy, Mary Raines, Grace
Valentine's dessert will be : Shores, Bradley Vickery White and Mercedes York.
served, as well. and Hannah White. Seventh Grade A/B Honor Roll Taylor
After dinner, the MHS A Honor Roll McK- Cutchins, Michelle DilmMusic Theatre students Tenth Grade enzie Gay, Payton Melvin, ore, Sierra Dominguez,
will entertain all with a se- A Honor Roll Bren- Blayton See and Cody Dakota Haddock, Jacob
ries of short skits featuring don Hales, Colby Har- Shores. Hartford, Garrett Ifft, Tsara
the lighter side of love and grove, Faith Long, Brently A /B Honor Roll Lilly Peace, Veronica Peacock,
first dates along with the McClain, Miranda Sapp, Ball, Savannah Bizail- Kourtnie Richardson, AlMHS jazz ensemble play- Joyelle Sautn, McKaylah lion, Ryan Brannon, Tyler yciaRobinson, Eddie Scott,
ing a variety of tunes. See, Kevin Tharp, Zoee Cutchins, Tyrus Dudley, Brooke Shores, Wendy SinThe tables will be deco- SUBMITTED PHOTO Warren and Alana White. James Heafner, Joseph gleton, Roy Swindell, Tayrated in fun Valentine's Culinary Arts students and musical theater students will be A/B HonorRoll-Tren- Jackson, Jaylen James, lor Tate, Jessica Wilkinson themes by faculty mem- performing at "Check Please:' ton Brinkley, Mackensie Mason Jones, Nathan Kel- and Danae Williams.
bers. It will be a festive night of food and are required. Tickets are starts at6 p.m. r. Online, all the time!
entertainment. $15 each or a pair can be To make a reservation, ~Orioa .. O lia t
Make plans to support purchased for $25. call Andrea Marsh at 482-
these students bypurchas- The event will be held at 9605, ext. 311 or Susie Bar-
ing a ticket. Reservations Marianna High School and ber at 482-9605, ext. 290. Mon. (E) 2/3 4-0-9 9-1-6-4 2-11-13-30-33
Mon. (M) 6-3-3 6-8-4-5 Philip
Tue. (E) 2/4 6-3-8 4-4-8-1. 6-8-9-25-32
Tue. .(M) 1-9-4 6-5-7-4
SP A S TO Wed. (E) 2/5 8-4-5 2-5-2-4 Not available
Wed. (M) 9-8-2 0-4-0-3
C C CLU B Thurs. (E) 1/30 6-0-5 7-6-0-811-14-20-24-29
Thurs. (M), 2-3-0 9-8-6-0

Shipola Civic Club Fri. (E) 1/31 5-5-9 2-5-7-8 4-5-9-18-21
SPresident Richard Fri. (M) 4-9-6 9-9-5-5
P.cSat. (E) 2/I -, 7-2-9 .9-9-3-1 2-11-16-23-24 Carat The FIVE C's
Kunde and Chuck Sat. (M) 6-5-0 9-1-8 Color
Hatcher, Jackson County Sun. (E) 2/2 1-7-3 0-0-2-1 11-16-29 30-33 Cut
Park and Recreation Sun. (M) 7-4.2 9-7-5-8 CONFIDENCE
director. Hatcher spoke E = Evening drawing, M =Midday drawing Marianna's Most
to the club about cur- ., Trusted Jeweler
,munity. Chara rent projects his depart- Saturday 2/1 5-12-15-27-38 PB7 xtra2
Est. 1971 '4
ment has underway. He Wednesday 2/5 Not available
updated the club on the atso fl
greenway trail exp an- Saturday 2/1 11-12-20-23-33-44 xtra 3 M IIEUoLERS
sion and landing on the Wednesday 2/5 Not available 850.482.4037
Chipola River. For lottery information, call 850-487-77T or 900-737-7777

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Friends testily at theater shooting hearing

The Associated Press

-Family and friends
of a retired Tampa police captain accused of
Fatally shooting a man
4 at a movie theater told
a judge Wednesday that
the former officer is an
honorable, even-tempered man who should
be released on bail.
Curtis Reeves, 71, is
charged with second-degree murder in the killing
of 43-year-old Chad Guison. Police said Reeves
became upset when
Oulson was texting during the movie previews. ioTHE ASSOCIATED PIRESS
The two men got into Former Tampa Police captain Curtis Reeves Jr. stands beside his attorneys Din Michaels (left) a verbal argument and and Richard Escobar (far right) during his bond reduction hearing at the Robert D. Sumner witnesses told officers Judicial Center in Dade City, Fla., on Wednesday. that Oulson threw popSUBMIT7ED PHOTO corn at Reeves, authori- ard Escobar had called house by his son, who is a honorable man," Scalise Pictured is Optimist President Sylvia Stephens presenting ties have said. four character witnesses as Tampa police officer. said. Ellory a check and her award. Judge Pat Siracusa will of early afternoon. *All said Reeves' friends said he Assistant. State Attorney
decide whether to grant Reeves was a competent wouldn't pose a risk to Manny Garcia said he will bail for Reeves, who -was police officer who rarely, if the community if he was call four witnesses who O pim ist annoiunces has been in jail since the ever, becam e angry. released. saw the shooting. None
Jan. 13 shooting. Reeves' daughter, Jen- "There's nothing in my of them, Garcia said, saw
Stude t ofthe onthReeves attorney said nifer Shaw, tearfully testi- affiliation with him that Oulson hit, strike or touch
St de t f he iN Io th his client was defending fled about how her father would lead me to believe Reeves but they did see
himself, but prosecutors played with her 2-year-old that he's a danger," said him become more agitated Special to the Floridan arna High School. Ellory is, said Oulson didn't hit daughter. Shaw said she Thomas DePolis, who that afternoon.
on theA honor roll, the MHS or touch Reeves. If con- lived with her father and worked with Reeves to set The judge also ruled on The Optimist Club of freshman vice-president, a victed, Reeves~could face mother who have been up a SWAT team at the two open records moJackson County recognized *member of the Juniorettes, a mandatory minimum married for 46 years- be- Tampa Police department. tions. The judge will althe January Student of the JV cheerleader and on the sentence of 25 years in cause she is going throplgh Another witness, Marga- low surveillance video iMonth, Ellory Fuqua, at its girls soccer team. prison, a divorce, ret Scalise, said her hus- from the theater to be
luncheon on Tuesday, Jan. She is also the youth rep- Oulson's wife, who po- She said Reeves was the band worked with Reeves shown in court Wednes21. resentative on the Church lice say was shot in the first person she called when he was security di- day. He also ruled that all
Ellory is the daughter of Council at First United hand, was in the court about the divorce, rector at the Busch Gar- discovery evidence will Jonathan and Julle Fuqua Methodist Church in Wednesday, but she "I kind of expected him dens theme park. be sealed from the public
and is a freshman at Mani- Marianna. didn't speak. to try to take charge of the The Scalises and the for 30 days so Reeves' attor_________________________________ Reeves sat quietly situation, but he- didn't," Reeves traveled frequently neys can review it and perat the defense table, she said. together. haps challenge all or parts
Brd e l b flanked by two of his at- Shaw told the court that "He's a very honest and of its release to the public.
M ariannia B i g Cl b torneys. He wore khaki she and her .family are prepants, a white shirt and pared to put the Reeves'
anniounces winners a burgundy sweater vest, home up as collateral for
He was not shackled and the bond. It's worth about 0
Special to the Floridan Fifth place Libby had the least restrictive $186,000, Shaw said. She
Th MranaDulcaeHutto -Elaine Yost constraints the. court also said the family has ac \
Th ainaDpiae The Marianna Bridge allows for a defendant cess to a $30,000 home eq-<
Bridge Club announces Club is sanctioned by the something a Pasco uity line and about $22,000 the winners of the Feb. 3 American Contract Bridge County sheriff's deputy. in cash. game: League. The game is held told the judge his agency Shaw also said all of the
SFirst place Ida Deal every Monday at 1 p.m. disagreed with. guns owned by her father <
Knowles Sara Lewis at St. Luke's Episcopal Reeves' attorney Rich- have been taken out of his
SSecond place Mar- Church in Marianna, 4362 _____________________tha Brennan Roselyn Lafayette St. Anyone i
Wheeler welcome to come and play L bs i
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City employee of the monthiJackie Bradley (left) shares a laugh City employee of the month Freddie.Harris (left) and Mayor City employee Tracy Lipford (eft) is presented with acertificate with Marianna Mayor Paul Donofro Jr., Tuesday, Feb. 4,2014. Donofro pose for a photo. commemorating her 15-year work anniversary by the mayor.

The City of Marianna honored several standout employees at Tuesday's commission meeting. Employees of the month were utility billing clerk Jackie Bradley and Freddie Harris, a dietary aide with the Marianna Health and Rehabilitation Center Food Service Department. Also noted were several employment anniversaries: Tracy Lipford (15 years), Latasha Scott (15 years), Katina Bowers (15 years) and Maxine Pollock (25 years).

Composite hrifNa ma n sho
illustration/aerial afe ata k ig x co
phtoprviedbyThe Associated Press super human strength,"
photo proMvie byc the sheriff said. "But he's a
shows conceptual DELAY BEACH -A big guy to start with. He's
plas fr hipla 6-foot-3, 250-pound na- not fat, he looks like an
Ovrlan opo a ked man died after be- NFL linebacker. And he
in Marianna. ing shot by a Palm Beach basically was terrorizing
The revised park County Sheriff's sergeant people all up and down concept was when he attacked -a for- this street."
peented to city mer New York City police Deputies arrived and commissioners officer, chased a man tried to calm the man
Tuesday, Feb. 4, and his young son and down. They used a stun 2014. bit a man on the face. gun, but the man kept
said at a Thesday night "He takes a fighting
Park portation enhancement tation, with a-percentage parking area. news conference that stance. They're trying to
grant improve the site (estimated by Melvin at With drivers on high- the man later died at a get him on the ground. From Page 1A property that was previ- 20 percent, or $80,000) traffic U. S. 90 getting a hospital but it wasnt im- He starts charging them,"
ously purchased through remaining the responsibil- good view of its visually mediately clear whether Bradshaw said. glass viewing panel six feet state dollars, but the ity of the city. interesting key feature, he died from gunshot That's when a sergeant square and suspension revised concept for the City Manager Jim Dean city officials hope to fi- wounds or from a medi- fired three times, once to cables extending from Chipola Overlook Park said the Jacks on County nally take advantage of cal condition. the torso and twice on the
a support mast located means a revised budget. Tourist Development the natural resource that According to Bradshaw, lower part of the body. The inland, the overlook at the An informational outline Council will be ap- sits under the east gate- 'the man was walking on man was taken to Delray end of the walkway could given to city commission- proached as a potential way into Marianna and a street in Delray Beach Medical Center, where he create a photo-worthy ers by Melvin shows an source of additional give citizens and visitors when, for no apparent died. perspective of the Chipola. original budget of roughly funding. While those one more way to enjoy reason, he attacked the The injured police offiMelvin said under-lighting $300,000 has grown to funding negotiations play the Chipola River. 66-year-old retired offi- cer and the teen were also is also planned, to en- more than $700,000. themselves out, in ani- "Right now, you come to cer. The man continued taken to the hospital. Their hance the look of the mast The bulk of the addi- ticipation of the new park, the city, you really down the street, where conditions were not availand platform at night. tional $400,000 required the city drafted a $2,500 don't notice the river he chased a man and able. Bradshaw said the for the new version of easement agreement with you have to look for his 10-year-old son near 10-year-old boy injured NE UGTthe park is expected to the owners of the property it," Melvin told commis- the entrance to a gated himself trying to go under
NE UGTcome through the Florida next to the site, which will sioners. "This will really community. the gate to get away from
The city has a trans- Department of Transpor- allow traffic to access the change that." Bradshaw said the man the man.
_____________ ______-- then started fighting with The sheriff said investiap 18-year-old man, who gators are trying to figure
Obitu riesdefended himself with a out the man's identity and box cutter. The man bit the to get some background
James & Sikes Serviczes for Gladys will Colorado in 2003, where James & Sikes 18-year-old on the face. information on about him.
Funeral Home be held at 11:00 A.M. on his parents were already Funeral Home "The 18-year-old Bradshaw said the man
Maddox Chapel Saturday, February 8, 2014 living. Maddox Chapel thought. he was trying was "obviously on some
4278 Lafayette Street in the Marianna Chapel Troy was an active mem- 4278 Lafayette street to eat his face off," Brad- kind of narcotics to act like Marianna, Florida 32446 Funeral Home with Rev. ber of the Marianna Moose Marianna, Florida 32446 shaw said. this."
850.482.2332 Donnie Hussey officiating. Lodge 1026 having joined 850.482.2332 "The people that he as- "The deputies had to do
Interment will follow in the in 2004. He became a
Riverside Cemetery. A time Moose Legionnaire in 2007, saulted, starting with the what they had to do to disEmerson of remembrance will be served as Treasurer and Janlice F. retired NYPD guy, the able this guy so he didn't
Hubbard held from 10:00 A.M. until acting Administrator in Southwell people that he chased get into this gated cmu
time of service. 2008, served on the Board and then the 18-year- nity and wreak havoc in
BambergIn lieu of flowers, dona- of Trustees in 2009 and was Janice F. Southwell of Ma- old, said this guy had like there," Bradshaw said.
tions may be made to Faith currently serving as junior rianna died Tuesday, Feb -________________________Funeral services will be Comes By Hearing at 2421 Governor since 2013. Troy ruary 4, 2014 at Jackson at 2 pmn Thursday, Febru- Aztec Road, NE, Albuquer- was also a member of the Hospital, she was 70. violence charge, according
ary 6, 2014 at Grand Ridge que, NM 87107-9987. Marianna Elks Lodge She was a native of Baptist Church. Interment Expressions of sympathy No. 15 18. BSontoontlivdnoso to a press release.
will follow at Shady Grove may be submitted online at He was preceded in helifes in e ak o t ont Authorities said that Mihe ieinJcsn ony From Page 1A chael McCoy gave stateCemetery with James & www.mariannachapelfhxcom. death by Grandfather's, whr che- retiredr from asondy. m tsiicigthte'


CV~S toi celaSe tobacco sales

The Associated Press CVS Caremark Corp. said it will Medical Officer Dr. Troyen A. Brenphase out tobacco by Oct. 1 in its nan said the presence of tobacco in CVS Caremark's decision to pull 7,600 stores nationwide as it shifts its stores has, made for some awk2cigarettes and other tobacco prod- toward being more of a health care ward conversations.
ucts from its stores could ripple provider. CVS and other drugstore "One of the first questions they beyond the nations second-largest chains have been adding in-store ask us is, 'Well, if you're going to be drugstore chain, clinics and expanding their health part of the health care system, how
AThe move, which drew praise from care offerings. They've also been can you continue to sell tobacco
President Barack Obama, doctors expanding the focus of some dlin- products?"' he said. "There's really and anti-smoking groups when it ics to include helping people man- no good answer to that at all." was announced on Wednesday, puts age chronic illnesses like high blood CVS, based in Woonsocket, R.I.,
-Z,-pressure on other retailers to stop pressure and diabetes. follows a precedent set by other
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS selling tobacco as well. But first they CVS CEO Larry Merlo said the drugstores. Most independent pharIn this Jan. 11 photo, Dennis Olsen measures a fissure which he have to overcome their addiction to company concluded it could no Ion- macies abstain from tobacco sales, said was about an inch wide and at least 8 to 10 inches deep, in a product that attracts customers. -ger sell cigarettes in a setting where according to the National Commuhis rural driveway following a frost quake in Waupun, Wis. "They don't make much money health care also is being delivered. nity Pharmacists Association. Pharon tobacco, but it does draw people In fact, as CVS has been working to macies in Europe also don't sell ciginto the store," said Craig R. John- team up with hospital groups and arettes, and neither does major U.S. 0son, president of the retail consul- doctor practices to help deliver and retailer Target Corp., which operates
S tra g e o ises tancy Customer Growth Partners. monitor patient care, CVS Chief some pharmacies in its stores.

traced 'to rare Hoffmnan autopsy inconclusive

Four taken into custody,

'fr st uak S' may have supplied the
'frostquakeactor with drugs

The Associated Press warm-ups have allowed for The Associated Press
thawing. And the temperaST. LOUIS Chuck Her- ture swings have some- NEW YORK Four people were
ron heard the loud thud, times been abrupt. taken into custody on drug charges
then another and another. That was the case last after police investigating Philip SeyIt sounded like someone weekend in Missouri, mour Hoffmnan's death executed was dropping big snow- where temperatures in the search warrants, two people with balls on the roof of his 40s on Sdturday gave way knowledge of the investigation home. to single-digit readings by said Wednesday, and the medical
The house is more than Sunday night. examiner's office said more tests
100 years old and creaks, In Mark Twain's home- are needed to determine what killed Herron said, but he had town of Hannibal, Mo., him. neverr heard anything like 100 miles north of St. There was no timetable for Hoff- ~~ that before." Louis, police and emer- man's autopsy to be finished, said 2G
As his neighbors in tiny gency dispatches received medical examiner's office spokesParis, Mo., huddled around several calls within about woman Julie Bolcer, who declined THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
televisions Sunday for the two hours. Facebook feeds to discuss the pending tests. Toxi- A woman unfolds a picture of Philip Seymour Hoffman on Monday at a makeshift Super Bowl, many were were filled with worries. cology and tissue tests are typically memorial in front of the building where his body was found in New York. startled by similar strange Some people compared done in such cases. noises. Some even saw the noise to a sonic boom Police believe the Oscar-winning ment in Manhattan's Greenwich Vil- reported connection. flashes of light and called that rattles windows, said actor may have died from a drug lage, law enforcement officials have Police say undisclosed quantities 911. Michael Hall, executive overdose, though his death is being said. of heroin and marijuana were found
Scientists say the com- director of the 911 center investigated as suspicious pending The four people were taken into in three apartments in a lower Manmunity experienced a that covers the Hannibal a more definitive ruling by tie med- custody Tuesday night after police hattan building. The four suspects, rare nat ural phenomenon area. Others described it as ical examiner. executed search warrants at several three of whom live in the building,
known as a "frost quake," sounding like "somebody Hoffman was found dead Sunday city apartments based on a tip pro- face charges of criminal possession which happens when banging on their house." with a needle in his arm, and tests vided by a confidential source that of a controlled substance. Two also moisture in the ground Missouri isn't alone. Frost found heroin but no traces of the they may have supplied Hoffman face charges of criminal use of drug suddenly freezes and ex- quakes were reported last potent synthetic morphine additive with drugs, according to two people paraphernalia. They were awaiting pands. If conditions are just month in Canada and in fentanyl, which is added to inten- with knowledge of the investigation arraignment. right, the soil or bedrock several other states In- sify the high and has been linked who spoke to The Associated Press The New York Police Department breaks like a brittle frozen diana, Michigan, Ohio, to 22 suspected overdose deaths in on the condition of anonymity be- hasn't officially, announced a conpipe, generating mysteri- Wisconsin. western Pennsylvania in samples cause investigators have not ob- nection between the arrests and the
ous noises that range from In DeKalb, Ill., Lisa from at least 50 packets in his apart- tamned evidence to corroborate the Hoffman investigation. an earthquake-like rumble Kammes and her family _______________ ______ ___ ___to sharp cracking sounds were getting ready for bed
sometimes mistaken for earlier this winter when
falling trees. the loud popping noises avAk np nst ru fo C ngesi _N
for frost quakes, known "The louder ones sound- The Associated Press In each situation, "I saw a group "For most Americans, there are no
technically as cryoseism. ed like somebody was of people, a population that was golden tickets at least not like the
Temperatures have been throwing snowballs at the RALEIGH Former "American not being .served," kind you see on TV," he says to the
frigid, but occasional house," Kammes said. Idol" and "Celebrity Apprentice" Aiken told The As- camera. "More families are strugrunner ,-up ClayAilcen joined anoth- sociated Press in an gling today than at any time in our
er high-profile contest Wednesday ~ ~ interview history, and here in North Carolina,
Fla d ive c ted aler- this one to get elected to Con- In a video unveil- we've suffered more than our share
Fl rve iw ftrgress in his native North Carolina. ing his bid, Aiken re- of pain."
Aiken announced he would seek ferred to his "golden Aiken, 35, is expected to face
ba ki g in o ilin 3 the Democratic nomination for Aiken ticket" finishing former state Commerce Secrebackiig I~~j7, illiig -' the 2nd Congressional District seat as the runner-up to tary Keith Crisco of Asheboro and
currently held by.Republican Rep. Ruben Studdard in TV's 2003 "Idol" licensed professional counselor The Associated Press Sunday at the Sugar Creek Renee Ellmers. The entertainer is competition, which has led to sev- Toni Morris of Fayetteville in the Country Club, a mobile talking about his non-singing ca- eral albums and a role in a Broad- Democratic primary in May. AnBRADENTON, Fla. A home community about reer -as a special education teacher, way musical. But he said he empa- other Democratic hopeful Hous79-year-old woman mis- 45 miles south of Tampa. UNICEF representative and presi- thizes with those struggling in the ton Barnes of Durham gave up takenly backed into seven Residents had gathered for dential commission member on 2nd District where he lives, refer- his bid Wednesday and threw his

Pr ep Basketball

Sneads stuns host Graceville; Altha up next
BY DUSTIN KENT Now, despitewinningjust three height and length of the 6-footgames over the first two months 6 Brown and the pair of 6-foot-4
GRACEVILLE The 2013-14 of the season, the Pirates are on forwards Jeremy Wert and Dariseason has for the most part been the verge of playing for a district us Williams to repeatedly punish
a painful one for the Sneads Pi- championship. the smaller Tigers on the glass
rates, who came into the District "What a feeling," first-year for second-chance points.
2 tournament with a 6-18 record Sneads coach Bruce Hubbs said The Pirates built on their 21-17 after closing out the regular sea- after the game. "The guys played halftime lead with three more son with losses to Marianna and their butts off. I'm so proud of scores off of offensive rebounds Malone by a combined margin the kids. Graceville is a tough under the basket and took a 38of 67 points. team and we had to play very 32 edge into the fourth.
Despite their struggles, the hard right up to the end. You Marquavious Johnson hit a Pirates are now just one win can't understand how big it is three-pointer for Graceville to away from a trip to the playoffs for us. I'm proud of the-kids and cut the deficit in half to start Sneads after upsetting the third-seeded they're proud of themselves, and the final period, but Sneads
Sneads'Graceville Tigers 50-44 in Tues- they should be. We finally put it answered with seven straight
Jeremy Wert day's district quarterfinals. all together." points, pushing the lead to 45-35
tries to shoot The Pirates lost both regular- Sneads led most of the way, go- following another put-back by
while being
ween bng season games to the Tigers and ing up early in the second quar- Wert with 4:32 to play.
Graceville's AJ went 3-9 in league play over- ter on an offensive rebound and The Tigers answered with a 7Davis during all, but Tuesday was a different put-back by Alphonso Brown to 0 run of their own culminating
a district story, as Sneads used its size and make it 16-14 and never again in a triple from Jalen Lawson to
tournament athleticism to dominate the in- relinquishing the lead. make it a three-point game with
game Tuesday terror at both ends of the court Offensive rebounds were a 2:04 to play.
night. and fended off a late charge by common theme on the Sneads
PHOTO BY ESTAL MATTOX GHS. end, as the Pirates used the See SNEADS, Page 2B

Prep Basketball



Cottondale's Kadeem Webb goes
up for a layup during a district
tournament game Tuesday night
against Blountstown.




BY DUSTIN KENT PHOTO BY CAROLINE ROGERS Marianna Lady Bulldogs softball player Reagan Oliver signs a scholarship offer to play for Chipola College in a ceremony Wednesday
GRACEVILLE -- The Cotton- morning at Marianna High School.
dale Hornets survived a scary
final 90 seconds to survive and
advance past the Blountstown Lady Indians sign Maranna star Olver
Tigers 54-52 in Tuesday night's
District 2-1A semifinals. BY DUSTIN KENT she said. "She's a versatile player and As excited as Oliver is to stay close to
With the win, Cottondale will very athletic and those are the kind of home, Hendrix said she's just as happy
move on to face top-seeded Ver- Marianna softball star Reagan Oliver kids that we try to recruit. She's defi- about being able to keep homegrown
non in the tournament semifi- won't have to go very far to continue nitely going to compete for one of those talent at home.
nals on Friday night. her athletic career next year, as the Lady (infield) positions." "Any time we can keep a kid in JackGetting there was no easy task Bulldogs senior signed a scholarship of- Oliver said that while there were son County, it's a win for us," she said.
for the Hornets, who nearly fer to play for the Chipola Lady Iidians other schools that intrigued her dilr- "Aks much as we consider Chipola to
coughed up a seven-point lead in a ceremony Wednesday morning at ing the recruiting process, her heart be a family, we also consider Jackson
with under two minutes to play, Marianna High School. was set on Chip ola and has been for County to be a family, so it's great tO be
holding on after a pair of free- Oliver batted .417 with 30 hits, 21 RBIs, some time. able to go get kids from the community
throw misses by 'Blountstown and 27 runs as a junior and provides the "It's a dream come true for me," she who can play for us and help us. I know
xvith 2.1 seconds to play. kind of defensive flexibility that the Lady said. "I wanted to stay and home and Reagan will help us because I know
The game was tight throughout Indians covet, Chipola coach Belinda go to Chipola, which is a great pro- she'll work hard. Her work ethic is trethe first halfwith Cottondale tak- Hendrix said. gram. It's unreal. Inever thought this mendous and she'll do good things at
ing a 24-21 edge into the break "We're very excited to get a local kid would happen. I've grown up around Chipola."
and extending to 34-27 in the like Reagan and we expect her to make Chipola and I hope I'll be able to shine
third after consecutive baskets an immediate impact .on our infield," for them." See CHIPOLA, Page 28
See HORNETS, Page 2B

Prep Basketball Prep Softball
Aitha steamnrolls Wewa Lady Pirates open season with win

BDknTjfoINcNm much as 42 in the third period
dkn~clrdncmthanks to the hot shooting of BY DUSTIN KENT seven hits, two walks, and striking
GRACE'VILLE The Altha Young, vho scored 11 points dkentjcfloridancom out two.
Wildcats kept their dream on three triples in the third The Sneads Lady Pirates started .. .Sneads coach Kelvin said he was
season going for at least one .quarter, the last one putting their season off with a quality vic- very impressed by Brown and the
more game Tuesday night his team up 56-14 with 3:21 tory Tuesday evening at home, Cougars team as a whole.
thanks to a 65-33 rout of the on the clock. knocking off the Godby Cougars "The young girl they've got
Wewahitchka Gators in the Art Platts added 10 points 4- pitches the ball well. She probquarterfinals of the District for Altha, with Zac Morris Taylor Hussey started in the ably threw it 60 (miles per hour).
2 tournament. contributing eight points. circle for Sneads and went five in- She's a playoff pitcher and she'll
PJ tier scored 19 points Hunter Hysmith was the nings to get the win, and sopho- be as good as anybody we face,"
and Nick Young added 17 to high scorer for Wewahitchka more Casey Grover had two big Hussey, which was followed by a the coach said. "They've got anice lead the way for the Wild- with 19 points, hits to propel the Lady Pirates Sneads error that allowed both team, but I thought we played
cats, who improved to 21-5 The Wildcats will next play offensively runnersto score. pretty well too. We had some
on the season and moved in the district semifinals Fri- Grover opened the scoring with Junior Brooke Williams came on timely hits and other than the erone step away from getting day against the Sneads Pi- an RBI infield single in the first in- in relief for the Lady Pirates and ror in the sixth I thought our deto the playoffs for the first rates, who upset No. 3 seed ning, and then added the biggest closed it out with two strong in- fense was good." time in 13 years. Graceville 50-44 on Tuesday. base knockofthe gamein the fifth nings, allowingno hits while walk- Grover led the team offensively,
Tuesday's game was never Altha won both regu- on a two-RBI double off of the left- ing two and striking out two. going 2-for-3 with three RBI and a in doubt, as Altha jumped lar season *matchups with field fence to score Alaynah Weiss Hussey gave up just one hit run scored, while Weiss, Byler, and out to a 23-2 lead after one Sneads, taking the first 6 1-49 and Shelbi Byler to make it 4-0. while walking three, hitting one, Williams all had a hit and a run, quarter and took a 28-point in Sneads in the Nov. 19 sea- Godby finally got on the board and striking out six. and Brandi Walden had an RBI edge into the halftime son opener and winning the with a pair of runs in the top of Kyaira Brown took the loss for sacrifice fly in the fourth. break. rematch more convincingly the sixth inning thanks to a lead- Godby, going six innings and sur- Sneads will next play host to
The Wildcats went up by as 64-48 on Jan. 3 at home. off walk and then a hit batter by rendering two earned runs on Chipley tonight at 6 p.m. L_


Prepi tiL-1 "I think she'l be able to go in
and contribute, especially deM a iann cMfensively. She can help them out

From Page 1B there," he said. "It's great for her
to go to a program like Chipola
BY DUSTIN KENT run on three hits, a walk, and with an RBI and a run, while Marianna coach Scott Wiggins that will only make her 10 strikeouts while going the Faith Moore was 2-for-3 with also said that he believes Oliver ter. I'm happy for her because I
The Marianna Lady Bulldogs distance. a run, and Temples was 1-for-3 can be a productive player in the know she has worked her tail off
had an easy time of it in their "Kayleigh threw real well," with a run. Panhandle Conference and can to get there. I think it's a good fit
regular season opener at home Marianna coach Scott Wiggins Reagan Oliver didn't get a hit do so as a freshman. for her"
Tuesday, rolling over the Mun- said. "She threw a lot of strikes but walked twice, stole three roe Lady and she was hitting her spots. I bases, and scored a run.
B o b c a t s was proud to see that this early "I was pretty happy with the
12-1 in five in the season." start," Wiggins said. "We still houn each missed front ends of
innings. Offensive support came from have some players that are mak- o f3 one-and-ones, with the last givMarianna a variety of sources, with Tani- ing adjustments, but overall I ing Blountstown the ball with
scored six yah Robinson going 2-for-4 think we played pretty well." From Page lB a chance to tie or take the lead
runs in the second inning and with a triple, a double, three The Lady Bulldogs will next with 7.9 secohds remaining.
six more in the third, which was RBI, and two runs, while Lindsie go on the road to face Gracev- by Norris Calhoun and Dakota Williams again drove hard to more than enough for sopho- Eubanks was 2-for-3 with two ille today at 6 p.m. before re- Haddock. the basket and drew a foul but
more pitcher Kayleigh Temples, doubles, two runs, and an RBI. turning home to host Godby at But a 7-2 Blountstown run to was injured on the play, resulting who gave up just one unearned Madison Gullett was 2-for-3 5 p.m. close the period cut the margin in Bryan Middlebrooks coming
to two, and the Tigers tied itup on to shoot the free throws.
.. . ------- 36-36 with a basket by D'Anta Middlebrooks missed the first

Sports Briefs Williams early in the fourth. attempt and tried to intentionA put-back by Kyshon Ali put ally miss the second to get a reHigh School Chipola Alumni Weekend Shelton State at 1 p.m. Cottondale back on top mo- bound for his teammates, but
Chipola coach Jeff Johnson and ments later and the lead was lat- the Hornets secured the miss Boys Basketball Chipola baseball alumni, their members of the Alumni Committee er extended to 52-45 on a clutch and time expired to give the HorThe District 2-1A semifinals will be families, and fans are invited to Nathan Marks (00'), Andrew Gay three-pointer by Tre Lee with nets the victory.
Friday in Graceville, with Sneads vs. participate in the 2014 Chipola Col- (07), Jason Barber (06') invite all 1:50 to play. Kadeem Webb led the Hornets Altha at 6 p.m. followed by Vernon lege Baseball Alumni Weekend set former players and Chipola alumni But Blountstown did not go with 11 points, followed by Calvs. Cottondale at 7:30 p.m. for Feb. 7-8. to join them in supporting and par- away, as Corin Peterson made a houn with 10, Ali with nine, and
The championship game will be Chipola will lead into the weekend ticipating in the weekend's events, free throw and Williams cane up Tre Lee with seven.
Saturday at 7 p.m. by hosting games Wednesday and For information, visit www.chipola with a big steal and two to cut it Williams had 20 points to lead
The District 1-4A semifinals will Thursday against Wallace State- edu or phone Coach Johnson at to four at 52-48 with 1:31 left. Blountstown, with Peterson be Friday, with Marianna hosting Dothan and Shelton State, both at 3 850-718-2237. Cottondale turned the ball over scoring 12.
Walton at 7 p.m. and Pensacola p.m., before taking on Walters State again on its next possession and It was the 101' win of the season
Catholic hosting West Florida at 7 on Friday at 11 a.m. Malone Dixie Williams scored again to make it for the Hornets, who will need
p.m. Shelton State will then play Walters a two-point game. make it 11 Friday to keep their
The championship game will be State immediately following that game. Youth Baseball TheHornets quicklypushedthe season alive.
Saturday night in Marianna at 7 p.m. A golf tournament featuring a The Malone Dixie Youth Baseball ball back up the court against'the "I thoughtwe came out focused The District 1-lA semifinals will be four-person, scramble format tees Organization will be having baseball Blountstown press and appeared and played real hard," CottonFriday at Bethlehem, with Paxton off at 12:30 p.m. at Indian Springs sign-ups for boys and girls ages 5 to have a huge three-point play dale coach Chris Obert said after vs. Laurel Hill at 6 p.m., and Malone Golf Club. All golfers are invited to to 12 Feb. 10-22 at the Malone Town opportunity on a made basket the game. "We wer able to get a plays vs. Central at 7:30 p.m. tee it up with current and former Hall from Monday through Friday by Lee, but officials whistled him lead and I thought we did a good Major League Baseball alumni, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Satur- for a charge and gave the ball job of taking control of the game Chipola Basketball sponsors and guests. days from 9 a.m. to noon. back to Blountstown. in the second half before late. We'
A casual alumni social is set for The fee is $ 40 per child. Please Williams took advantage with got a little erratic and made a few Chipola men's and women's 7 p.m. bring a copy of your child's birth yet another score off of a nice bad plays, but the kids stepped
basketball teams will go on the road On Saturday, events kick off with certificate. drive to the basket to tie the game up and made some big plays to
Saturday against Pensacola State. Chipola vs. Walters State at 10 For further information, contact with 36 seconds on the clock, pull it out." The women's games will start at a.m., followed by the annual Alumni Michael Padgett at 209-1250, Lenny Undreyus Baker had the an- Blountstown's season ends at 5:30 p.m. followed by the men at Home Run Derby', Jersey Retirement Weber at 209-8409, or Jamie Floyd swer for the. Hornets with a 9-11, butTigers coachTonyDavis 7:30 p.m. Ceremony for 2013 MLB All-Star at 569-2343. strong baseline drive of his own said hewas happywith the effort
Patrick Corbin, a silent auction and finished off the glass to put his players gave in what turned
High School Softball during the derby, and an MLB/MiLB Sports Items the Hornets back up two, and out to be their final game.
Thursday- Marianna at Gracev- autograph session to follow. Williams was called for an offen- "It was a good game and we
l de, 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.; Chipley at The annual alumni dinner will Send all sports items to edito- sive foul on the other end to give fought hard. It's always a good Sneads, 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. begin at 7 p.m. with special guest, or fax them to it back to the Hornets with 17.9 game against Cottondale and
Friaodby at p man a p.m. speakers and entertainment to be 850-482-4478. The mailing address seconds to play. coach Obert. Their kids playhard
Friday- Godby at Marianna, p.m. announced. for the paper is Jackson County Cottondale had two chances and seem to bring out the best in
wih The weekend concludes Sunday Floridan.O. Box 520 Marianna, FL to put the game away at the us," he said. "It's just unfortunate with a game featuring Chipola vs. 32447. foul line, but Haddock and Cal- we couldn't come out on top."

College FootSan season.
It's a disappointing finish for
Sdns c tn sa GHS team that looked primed
From Page lB for a possible run. after strong
performances in losses to VerThe Associated Press Jones said. "That's why it's the devices. Planes fly more ef- It remained a three-point mar- non, Rutherford, Malone,, and most competitive conference ficiently and you can travel gin with just under a minute to Chipley, and a solid win over 5A
The Southeastern Confer- in the country." more efficiently. That's what's play when Graceville forced a Rehobeth.
ence dominates recruiting as The SEC landed most of the going on. Guys want the op- turnover and took possession "We felt like the schedule prethoroughly as it rules the rest top talent in its own territory portunity to play at the best with a chance to tie, but a three- pared us for this and we expectof college football. and made an impact across programs. They want to go to point attempt by Derrick White ed to go deep in the playoffs. We
As Signing Day came to a the country. places where they can plaiy'as missed. were hosting district and we felt
close Wednesday, SEC schools According to the 247Sports freshmen. They want to go to After the teams exchanged like we had a chance to win it,"
filled seven of the top nine Composite, SEC schools land- places where they can show turnovers, Williams made 1-of-2 Graceville coach Matt Anderson
spots in the 247Sports Coin- ed the No. 1 prospect in the their skills to the NFL. Those at the foul line to give the Pirates said after the game. "We always posite recruiting rankings, state in such non-SEC areas schools have those advantag- a 48-44 lead with 21.1 seconds seem to play well at home, but which equally weigh the rat- as Arizona (Texas A&M quar- es and that's where the players left. we just didn't have one of those
ings of all the major recruiting terback Kyle Allen), Iowa (Ala- want to go." Johnson had a good look at a nights tonight.
services. Last year, seven SEC bama offensive tackle Ross And even though the SEC three to cut it to one, but it didn't "We didn't do a good job of
programs ranked among the Pierschbacher), Illinois (LSU must replace departing star go down, 'and Williams finished boxing out, which was the first top 13 teams. linebacker Clifton Garrett), quarterbacks Johnny Manziel, the game off with a steal and time in a while we hadn't done
Alabama led the way by fin- Oklahoma (Alabama quar- A.J. McCarron, Aaron Murray dunk as time expired on the that; You've got to be more agishing atop the team stand- terback David Cornwell), Vir- and Zach Mettenberger, it's re- game and Graceville's season. gressive against a team with ings for a fourth consecutive ginia (Alabama defensive end loadingquitewell.Sixofthetop Williams led Sneads with 14 Sneads' size and athleticism, year. Other SEC teams in the Da'Shawn Hand) and Wyo- eight pro-style quarterbacks points, followed byWert with 13, and they did a good job on the
top.10 included No. 2 LSU, No. niing (Florida offensive tackle in the 247Sports Composite and Brown with 10. offensive glass."
5 Texas A&M, No. 6 Auburn, Taven Bryan). signed with SEC schools: Al- White had 16 points for Gracev- Sneads will next play in the
No. 7 Tennessee, No. 8 Georgia The country is getting small- len, Will Grier (Florida), Corn- file and Johnson added 14. semifinals Friday at 6 p.m. and No. 9 Florida. er," LSU coach Les Miles said. well; Jacob Park (Georgia), The Tigers end the season at against the Altha Wildcats, who
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Nissan 2013 Altima S, low miles, fully equipped, N 00 DEGREES 30' W 100.0 FEET; THENCE S 89 must sell. $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron DEGREES 30' W, 185.0 FEET; THENCE S 00 DEEllis 334-714-0028. GREES 30' E, 100.0 FEET; THENCE N 89 DEGREES n i I V lD CL S T
Toyota 1998 Avalon new tires & paint, cold AC, 30' E, 185.0 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. HEADAC'l~HE INi YOUR CLOSET
exc. cond. 154K miles, $3995. A/K/A 2965 SUNRISE DR, MARIANNA, FL* 32446InPntndOle
334792808 O 33-72-827has been filed against you and you are re- JACKSON COUTNTY FLORIDAN
Toyota 2011 Caihry LE. quired to serve a copy of your written defensesCLS FED
4 door sedan, metallic within 30 days after the first publication, if any, 850-526-3614 1-800-779-2557
green, 34,000 miles. Tan on Albertelli Law, Plaintiff's attorney, whose jfoia~o
cloth interior. Very clean, address is P.O. Box 23028, Tampa, FIL 33623, clrdnon
$14,900. Will accept rea- and file the original with this Court either besonable offer. 334-402-1180 or 334-397-4301 fore December 16, 2013 service on Plaintiff's attorney, or immediately thereafter; otherwise, a
lief demanded in'the Complaint or petition.

saddle bags, windshield, front light bar, crash This notice shall be published once a week for bar 7000 miles, very good condition two consecutive weeks in the Jackson County
$3000. 334-714-9380. Floridan.
SPR TLT WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court on
1z I od18 rnox this 28th day of October, 2013.
RUNS GREAT!! Good tires. Dale Rabon Guthrie Advetis you "CO STFF byvstn w .jclrdao. Se iefrdtis
New Sears battery, rear Clerk of the Circuit Court
window motor, fuel gauge. 2- Venetian white blinds all hardware, 2", Chest of Drawers -Kroehler w/Mirror $60;
Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k By:Tammy Bailey fits 72x70 opening $75. 850-482-4917 Schwin 26' Bike $60. 850-592-2881
miles on major tune-up (including distributor, Deputy Clerk plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as Antq. Bed-Full- HB/FB, Rails,Matt. Set $125; Clothing, boy & girl toddler $25 a box. Wedding
my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking **See the Americans with Disabilities Act Hutch, Pine $125;Sofa Sleeper $150. 592-3261 gown, strapless, sz 16 $475. 850-693-3260 $3,400; 334-750-5000 If you are a person with a disability who needs
Ford 2005 Explorer: Green. Extra clean, loaded any ar~commodation in order to participate in Birdcage never used, med. size, white w/ blue Ciean Your Closet Collect Some Cash
withallpowe. Lw mies.New ire. Gaage this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to base, 171/z" x 13 x 22 $25. 850-482-4917 kept. Excellent condition. $9,250 or best offer.
Call 334-347-6375
Honda 2009 CRV, low miles, under warranty,
must sell. $200 down, $259 per month. Call Ron
Ellis 334-714-0028.Yorgietgea cl
Nissan 2012 Rouge, Super Nice SUV, Good fami- #,-busineses & services ly vehicle, plenty of room, loaded, bring this ad I


EDEF Em, Compelling questions..
Nand maybe a few actual answers

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SPEED FREAKS A couple questions we
had o as ursevesGetty Images/JERRY MARKLAND Jeb Burton's funding woes are a
bit more dire than Junior's.
What do Junior and Jeb
HE SBACKhave in common?

In their own ways, Junior Earnhardt
and Jeb Burton are showing us that
___________NASCAR is far from out of the economic weeds that have slowed the roll
'a= levels.
Getty images/JOHN HARRELSON By GODWIN KELLY the car. Here we are, on the eve of a new
Kerry Earnhardt, Hall of "Our concern is for Brian's health," MWR Go- season, and Junior's No. 88 NASFamer? OK, maybe not. Maybe they should call Brian Vickers the owner Rob Kauffman said back in October. "Any- CAR's biggest sales too is currently
Ifth cane n hae "Comeback Kid," because over the last four thing else will be worked out in due course." th t san rarsnte, the p rice
Ifort whag is mhau- NASCAR Sprint Cup Series seasons he has faced The 30-year-old driver was cleared for duty by prbayis n't veryra lo, t sill, t's
foractre dram itsn au tough situations and beat back adversity from two his doctors last week and taken off the blood- vroby lin Wereou surised it'sn'
fcuedrminta sides. thinner drug. Now it's time to get back into racing veytligW'rsupsditwnta
hit, what's next? It started in 2010 when the yo~ng driver had to shape. topic of last week's State of the Union
GODSPEAK: Whichever sit out 25 Cup Series races when blood clots were "I've been through this once before," Vickers speech "My administration won't
driver gets the most men- discovered lodged in his legs and a srroll hole said last week during the NASCAR media tour. "I stpwrig univry Cu.pSre
tios o scia mdiawa fondin isheat.went through it the first time, I was out of the car team can feed all of its engineers.
during the last race is He had surgery and was put on blood thinners, for over six months, and when I got back in it just ashuln't have t ne choo e. Yo
crowned champion. which made him a no-go for racing. felt right at home." solnthv ocos.
KEN'S CALL: I'm holding When Vickers returned in 2011, he found out his Vickers' attention has shifted from his health And Jeb?.
out hope for a Figure-eight big-dollar team Red Bull Racing would be concerns to the health of his race team. Waltrip Oh, Jeb. Listen to my story 'bout a
race to end the season, closing its doors because the owner/sponsor felt and Kauffman have turned MWR into a champion- man named Jeb.
or cut out the middleman the money could be best spent in other areas. ship-caliber operation, and Vickers wants to make IJeb Burton, son of Ward, was primed
and go right to a demoli- Red Bull has long supported extreme sports the most of this opportunity. to run the full-time Truck Series
tion derby. and decided NASCAR was not a goodfit for the "We want to win races and win a charrpion- schedule this year for Turner Scott
Would you like a rotat- product. It didn't help that its Cup Series team ship," Vickers said. "Really, not to make it sound Motorsports. Jeb's truck was going-to
ing season finale, or underperformed while the Red Bull Formula One too simple, because it's certainly not simple. We tout something called Arrowhead, a
one particular track operation was winning races and championships. want to go out and try to win multiple races, we brand of electronic cigarette sold by a
Vickers is a big-league driver, and he didn't want to try to sit on poles, and we want to try to Virginia company. E-cigarettes, as you every year? want to drive for a Grade B team in 2012. He took win a championship. may know, deliver the nicotine but not
GODSPEAK: For now, the best option available an "I think the No. 55 team can do that. I think we the smoke. Arrowhead, it seems, was
keep it at Homestead-Mia- eight-race deal with Michael have a great group of guys. Most of it is the willing to offer its support to Jeb but,
mi Speedway, then start Waltrip Racing. sme group of guys (from last year)." acrigt eotdd' eie h
the focus-group testing. He made the most of the money.*
Who knows, maybe Eldora opportunity, scoring three For Juir tpoabyol en
wil smeayhot hetop-five and five top-lO0 Getty Images FrJnoi rbbyol en
wlsoeahotteTODD WARSHAW some reshuffling of the books and prifinale, finishes. orities back at Hendrick Motorsports in
KEN'S CALL: Is Churchill He got 17 starts in 2013, Nothing has ever come order to make sure Junior stays up to
Downs off the table? Char- which included three'races ~-easy for Brian Vickers in the speed. For Jeb, it might mean a year
lotte would probably be for Joe Gibbs Racing as- Cup Series. This year, with ahead in some Late Model series.
best, but don't bet on that a sub for injured Denny clearance from the doctors., Speaking of money, will NASCAR
happening. Homestead, Hamlin. he goes full-time racing with lgtnKl uc' alt
Phoenix and Fort Worth Again, he put numbers on ligihelWhrps raiato.Dtful Kyle wsnh't "bad-mthin
would be a nice rotation. the board, including a victory Dutu.Kl ant"a
Could Dale Earnhardt at New Hampshire. Given the blow that team took the product" directly, which is what
Jr. ever join Dale Jar- By the middle of the season, last year, it remains to be seen got Dertny Hamlin fined last year when
he was announced as the 2014 how good of a break this is for he offered criticism (mild criticism,
rett and Richard Petty fl-iedvrofteN.5actually) about the new Gen-6 car.
as second-generation Waltrip Racing Toyota. No Kyle was simply bad-mouthing the
Hall of Famer? more sharing seat~time with theory behind the latest changes in the
GODSPEAK: Dale Jr. has Mark Martin and Waltrip. Chase,
enough wins to get him But in October, doctors "We race a hundred percent every
through the front door, found another blood clot -time we're out there," Kyle said,
but a championship would and again Vickers .responding to Brian France's desire to
seal the deal. was forced out of put more emphasis on winningtraces.
KEN' CAL: I thy kep ~"We try to win every single week. inducting five a year, trust ,,~I~.You're kidding yourself. It fries me that
me, EVERYONE will get NASCAR, in itself, can tell you that you
in. Maybe even KERRY .don't race hard every week."
Earnhardt. ~6i'- yeintlikely to be fined, but it
W SJ would be-entertaining to see.a driver
WOOirE f react to being fined for defending his
KEY ATESdesire to win every week.
Homestead on the outs?
Feb. 14: First day on tfie trackThcatehssardradi
fo Cup Series cars duringwhr NA A shoul ggdit eao
Daytona Speedweeks (only J' whrNACRsolhldisean
for teams entered in'the finale now that the new Chase system
Sprit Unimitd),guarantees last-race drama. Let's rule Feb. 15: First day on the track out Daytona Beach, because Daytona
for all Cup Series cars during will remain the place where NASCAR
Daytona Speedweeks. -. -begins its season, and the NovemberFeb.15: he Srintto-February window is way too narrow Unlimited to prepare for the Daytona 500 (from
Feb. 16: Daytona 500 absns tnpit fcus)
qualifying P uttings adalpoitic and boursi-.
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