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Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Sunday Floridan
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Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna Fla
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Chipola Pub. Co.
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Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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After serving nearly eight years, Jackson County Commissioner Jeremy Branch has announced he will not seek re-election to his District 4 seat on the Jackson County Board of County, Commissioners. Eight years ago, he made local history at age 23'by becomingthe youngest person ever elected to that board and, when he first took office was Florida's youngest person serving in any elected office at that time.
"For the people of Jackson County to have placed their trust and confidence in me at the age of 23 has been the honor of my life thus far," Branch said in a press release announcing his decision to walk away at the end of his current term this November. "I'm proud of theworkwe've accomplished," he wrote, "Working alongside my fellow commissioners, we were able to help bring over 650 new jobs to our county.


We sustained the economic recession without laying off a single
worker due to budget constraints. We engaged in a $10 million road pavIng program, leveraged millions more in grants for repayBranch ing, and began the
process of modernizing our road department. We also refocused our tourism efforts In the county to help local small businesses by bringing visitors to enjoy the great natural features of our county From roads to major upgrades for fire/rescue and law enforcement protection we've reinvested citizens' tax dollars for the better of our county and I'm proud that work." Branch, who was twice awarded the Florida Association of Counties Presidential Advoccy Award, has served as chair or vice-chair of FAC's Rural Caucus and Public Safety Committee. He also has


served on the Regional Planning Commission, the Tourist Development Council, the Florida Rural Water Financing Commission, land several committees focused on saving the Apalachicola River. "I'm very proud of my record in the last eight years," Branch said in the release. "But, I would have to say the most meaningful part of my service was fighting for our public employees. When Tallahassee was talking about closing prisons, we dug in and mounted a campaign to show them how much those jobs mean to rural communities like Jackson County. Beuse of that ACI (Apalachee Codetlonal Institution) is still in Sneads. And we did the same any time changes were proposed to the state retirement system, Our state institutions are the economic engines in rural north Florida and we have to protect them."
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In this 2010 file photoJackson County Commissioner Jeremy Branch speaks outside the SNof the Apalachee Correctional Institute In Sneads to a Crowd of hundrs gathered to protest the proposed closure of the staterun prison. After nearly eight years in office, Branch recently announced that he will not seek reelection to his District 4 county commission seat.


me to expire other ways to serve our region of the state," Branch continued. " My family was in Jackson County before Florida was a state and I'll always fight for our home whether I'm in office or


a private citizen. I've had so many great supporters along the way. So many ...stuck with me when the right decision wasn't always the popular decision I'll always be thankful for that."


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JAm Wynorskl, the director of TSharkansas Wonmens Prson Massacre," Is back In Jackson County shooting footage for another of the "B" movies for which his famo Here on location inskile-be tig cave atFlorifta erns State Park, the movi crew shoots a scene for the new horror flick. reported titled CobraGator�

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Director Jim Wynorski is back in Marianna shooting another fantasy-horror movie, his second on


location in Marianna. The first, "Sharkansas Women's Prison Massacre," is in post-production at this time.

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Filmmaker Elam Stoltzfus will greet the public at a reception following tonight's free screening of his award-winning nature documentary, "Florida Wildlife CorridorExpedition," which starts at 6 pm. In the Chipola College Center for the Arts in Maranna.

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Weather Outlook


High - 90' Low - 71'


Sunday
Mostly Cloudy. Scattered Storms.


High - 92' Low - 720


Monday
Partly Cloudy. Warm.
Isolated Thunder.


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Panama City Low - 7:39 PM High - 8:53 AM Apalachicola Low - 11:10 PM High - 2:39 PM 0-2 Low, 3-5 Moderate, 6-7 High, 8-10 Very High, 11+ Extreme Port St. Joe Low - 7:44 PM High 9:26 AM,: Destin Low - 8:55 PM High - 9:59 AM 0 1 Pensacola Low - 9:29 PM High - 10:32 AM


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JACKSON COUNTY
FLORIDAN

Publisher - Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com

Circuration Manager - Dena Oberski
doberski@jcfloridan.com

CONTACT US
Telephone: 850-526-3614
FAX: 850-482-4478
Email: editorial@cfloridan.com
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32448
Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

MISSYOUR PAPER?
You should receive your newspaper no later than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call CirculAtion between 6 a.m. and noon. Tuesday to Friday, and 7a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) is published Tuesday through Friday and Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid at Marianna, FL.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Home delivery $11.23 per month; $32.83 for three months: $62.05 for six months: and $123.45 for one year. All prices include applicable state and local taxes. Mail subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months: $92.24 for six months: and $184.47 for one year.

All subscriptions to the Jackson County Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving Day for which there is a premium charge.

ADVERTISING
The advertiser agrees that the publisher shall not be liable for damages arising out of errors and advertisements beyond the amount paid for the space actually occupied by that portion of the advertisements in which the error occurred, whether such error is due to the negligence of the publisher's employees or otherwise, and there shall be not liability for non-insertion of any advertisement beyond the amount paid for such advertisement. This newspaper will not knowingly accept or publish illegal material of any kind. Advertising which expresses preference based on legally protected personal characteristics is not acceptable.

HOW TO GET YOUR NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County Floridan will publish news of general interest free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, anniversary and birth announcements. Forms are available at the Floridan offices. Photographs must be of good quality and suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the right to edit all submissions.

GETTING IT RIGHT
The Jackson County Floridan's policy is to correct mistakes promptly. To report an error, please call 526-3614 Monday-Friday.


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Coanunuity Calendar


TODAY
Marianna City Farmers Market Open - 7 a.m. to noon at Madison St. Park. Now featuring Panhandle arts and crafts every Saturday. a Home Cooked Breakfast - 8:30 a.m. Senior Center. 2931 Optimist Dr., Marianna. Pancakes and health talks by Covenant Hospice. All seniors welcome.
3 St Anne Thift Store- 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Anne's Catholic Church. 3009 Fifth St.. Marianna. Call 4823734.
* Chipola Civic Club Meeting - Noon at The Oaks Restaurant. U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus is the local community. "Community. Children & Character." Call 526-3142. 3City Commission Industrial Board Meting
- 1:30 p.m. at Marianna City Hall. Purpose of meeting is to accept the draft ALP. Call 482-4353. 3Empilabity Wr-ho Mock Itr-eig
- 2:30 p.m. at Mananna Career Center. Workshop is facilitated by a certified motivational career coach. Workshop is, free. Visit Employ Florida.com to register.
* CuerSource Chipola Excutiv Committee Meeting - 5 p.m. Community Room. Marianna. Individuals wishing to participate are advised that it is accessible to those with disabilities or physical impairment. People who are hearing or speech impaired can call Lisa Wells at the Career Source Chipola Office at 633-2731 through the Relay system by dialing 7-1-1.
* CareerSource Chkpoam General Meetng- 6
p.m. Community Room. Marianna. Individuals wishing to participate are advised that it is accessible to those with disabilities or physical impairment. People who are hearing or speech impaired can call Lisa Wells at the Career Source Chipola Office at 633-2731 through the Florida Relay system by dialing 7-1-1. D Jackson County Branch of the NAACP monthly meeting - 6 p.m. St. James AME Church.
* Summer Concert In the Park - 7:30 p.m. at Citizen's Lodge. Featured group: RPM, a Southern country rock band. Bring your lawn chair and cooler. ) Alcoholics Anonymous - Closed discussion. 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church. 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the Aroom.

FRIDAY, JUNE 13
SChamber of Commerce June Power Breakfast - 7 a.m. at Rivertown Community Church, 4534 Lafayette St., Marianna. The chamber will be recognizing officials who serve Jackson County which includes all the cities and townships. Call 482-8060. ) Hooks and Needles - 10 a.m. at the Jackson County Public Library, Marianna branch, New and experienced handcrafters welcome to create, share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. )) Madison :Street Park Farmers Market - 4-7 p.m. at Madison Street park. Each Friday evening. FMNP and Sr. FMNP vouchers accepted. Call 693-4078. )) Chess Club -6-8 p.m. First United Methodist Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8-18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels


including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473.
* Celebrate Recovery - 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Center. 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and hang-ups: Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call 209-7856,573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - 8-9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church. 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
* Better Breathers Meeting - 2-3 p.m. at Jackson Hospital. 4250 Hospital Drive. Marianna in the classroom next to the cafeteria. Program by Bo Wilson and Ashley Cumbie. CRT from Lincare. Topic will be"Tips for traveling with COPD" Bring a friend or caregiver. For more into call 718-2849.

SATURDAY, JUNE 14
Panhandle Bs Chie Chary fl FW Tounaent - Safe light until 3 p.m. at Seminole Lodge. Sneads. Entry fee per boat includes Big Fish $110. First place minimum $1000 guaranteed, second place $500, third place $300 and fourth place $200 (based on 40 boats). Fishing for Reel solutions for Child Abuse. Proceeds to benefit Gulf Coast Children's Advocacy Center Child Abuse Prevention.
* Marlanna City Farmers Market Open - 7 a.m. to noon at Madison St. Park. Now featuring Panhandle arts and crafts every Saturday. a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - 8 a.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
* Afotrd Community Health Clinic Hours -10
a.m until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients without medical insurance treats short-term illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501): walk-ins welcome. Sign in before 11a.m.
m Annual Pery, Canada. Worley Family Reunion
- 10:30 a.m. at the Graceville Community Church. Lunch will be served at noon. Bring a covered dish. Bring old photos to share. All friends and family invited.
x Free Train Ride - 11a.m. to 3 p.m. EST Veterans Memorial Railroad, Bristol. Over a mile ride around the park. Donations appreciated. Call 643-6646 or 643-5491 or visit VeteransMemorialRailroad.org a Ninth Annual Covenant Hospice Garden Gala 6 p.m. National Guard Armory, U. S. 90 W., Marianna. Tickets are $75 each or $125 per couple. Purchase tickets at www.eventsatcovenant.org/gardengala. )) Free Drawing Workshop - 9-11 a.m. Jackson County Library conference room. Leader of workshop: Richard Tabor. Supplies needed: 12-inch ruler, a pen, and drawing paper. Sponsored by The Artists Guild of Northwest Florida, Inc. For more information email Program Chair Michele Kimbrough at micheletaborkimbrough@gmail.con

SUNDAY, JUNE 15
) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
- 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.


MONDAY, JUNE 16
v Preschool Summer Reading Program - 9 a.m. Bascom Community Center. Come an explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound, nature and more.
* School Age Summer Reading Program -11 a.m. Bascom Community Center. Come an explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound, nature and more.
* Senior FellowshIp Association Monthly Potluck Luncheon and Meeting - Noon in the Youth Center of First United Methodist Church. Guest speaker: Jason Jerkin from the Infusion Center at Jackson Hospital, Artistic Designs spotlighted by Michael Smith. Guest seniors welcome.
* Preschool Summer Reading Program - 2 p.m. Jackson County Public Library, Marianna. Come and explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound, nature and more.
* Emplyability Workshop "Creating a Cover Letter"- 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career Center. Workshop is facilitated by a certified motivational career coach. Visit EmployFlorida.com to register. SSchoolAgeSummerReadngPrga m - 4
p.m. Jackson County Public Library, Marianna. Come an explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound. nature and more.
* Movle Night - 5:30 p.m. Jackson County Public Library, Graceville,
SJackson County Qulters Guild Meeting
- 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Jackson County Extension Service, Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings are fourth Mondays: other Mondays are for projects, lessons and help. All quitters welcome. Call 5735434.
)) Afford Community Oganiutilon Meeting - 6
p.m. in the Alford Community Center. New members from Alford, surrounding communities invited to join. Call 579-4482,638-4900 or 579-5173. )) Concerned Patriots of Jackson Comty Meeting - 6 p.m. Agriculture Center, U.S. Highway 90, Marianna. Guest speaker: Bill Wohlsifer, candidate for state of Florida attorney general. Everyone welcome. Admission free. ) Community Meeting - 6-7 p.m. at Marianna City Hall sponsored by the Jackson County NAACP. Come and express your concerns about starting pay for all Marianna city employees. )) Chipola Beekeepers Meeting - 6-8 p.m. at the Jackson County Extension Office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. Bring a dish for the potluck supper. Call 482-9620.
)) Breaking Free - 7-8 p.m. A closed SAA group is a 12-step fellowship of men and women recovering from addictive sexual behavior. For more info call 693-1621 or email BreakingFreeSAA@yahoo.com )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.


The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520, Marianna. FL 32447, email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.


Police Roundup


MARIANNA POLICE
DEPARTMENT

The Marianna Police Department listed the following incidents for June 10, the latest available report: One accident, one reckless driver, one suspicious vehicle, one suspicious person, one verbal disturbance, two burglar alarms, one power line down, 13 traffic stops, one follow-up investigation, one assault, one animal complaint, one fraud complaint, three property checks, one assist of a motorist or pedestrian, one public service call, one 911 hang-up and 11 home security checks.

JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's


Office and county fire/rescue reported the following incidents
for June 10, the latest available a report: One M E drunk pedestriatoacdent
reports, one
stolen vehicle, three abandoned vehicle reports, one reckless driver, one suspicious vehicle, two suspicious incidents, two suspicious persons, one arrest on special detail, one burglary, one burglary attempt, two physical disturbances, two verbal disturbances, two woodland fires, one drug offense, 17 medical calls, two traffic crashes, three burglar alarms, nine traffic stops, two larceny complaints, one civil dispute, one trespass complaint, one suicide attempt or threat, three animal complaints, five


property checks, two assists of motorists or pedestrians, two assists of other agencies, one public service call, one 911 hang-up, three transports, one open door or window discovered, and three threat/harassment complaints.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were booked into the county jail during the latest reporting periods: )) Joshua Garrett, 26, 3124 Old U.S. Road, Marianna, possession of marijuana-less than 20 grams, violation of state probation.
)) Neporah Bowers, 36, 5292 Malibu Road, Bascom, sale of cocaine-three counts.
)) Johnny Carrasco, 49, 5453 7th Ave., Ft. Myers, violation of


state probation.
* Labeka Davis, 29, 785 Martin Luther King Drive, Dawson, Ga., issuing worthless checksfour counts.
* Matthew Bailey, 31,668 Satellite Road, Graceville, violation of state probation. ) David Hullett, 49, 8681 AC Skinner Parkway, Jacksonville, sentenced to six months in county jail.
) Dakota Klotz, 20, 1338 Fairview Road, Marianna, violation of state probation. )) Arthur Monroe, 57, 8019 Legend Creek Drive, Miramar Beach, hold for Okaloosa Co.


Jail Population: 217

To report a cime, call Ci1 imOStoppers at 526-5000 m a local law enfor cement agency, To iepor t a wildlife violation, call 1-888-404-FWCO (3922).


-12A * THURSDAY, JUNE 12,.2014


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Impact ofbachelor's degrees

Chipola College officials fortwo or more years. Many nual oirollment in the EPI are evaluating the Impact have families and hull-lino has ranged from 10 to 38 of the decision a decade jobs. 1'he decision further over the last 10 years. ago to orer bachelor's confirms that, after over 65 The college was apdegrees, years, Chipola continues proved to offer a Bachelor
Findings are published in to respond to the post-sec- of Applied Science in Busian issue of Chipola Facts: ondary educational needs ness Management (BAS) in A Decade Later-College ofcitizensin its five-county 2007. In 2011, a BS in BusiStudies the Impact of the district." nessAdministration (BSBA) Decision to Offer Bachelor's Chipola's first four-year with concentrations in Degrees. In that decade, to- degree was a BS in Second- Accounting and Managetal bachelor's degree enroll- aryEducationwith concen- ment was approved. So far, ment has grown from only trations in math or science. 81 graduates have earned 13 students in 2003-04 to a This degree is designed to bachelor's degrees in busihigh of 275 in 2011-12. Last prepare math and science ness at Chipola. year's enrollment was 221 teachers for secondary In 2008, a BS in nursing in all BS degree programs. schools in the college dis- degree was added. To be
"Those first 13 students trict. The secondary edu- admitted to the program, in 2003-04 were all Sec- cation degree was later ex- a student must be a regisondary Education majors panded to include English tered nurse. Much of the who wanted to become Education. upper-division coursework high school math or sci- "We've come a long way is offered online to accomence teachers," recalls Vice in the last 10 years," said modate BSN students who President of Instruction Dr. Clemmons. "Our Teacher work full-time as practicSarah Clemmons. "That's Education Program now ing RN's. This program has the same year Chipola Ju- offers seven upper-divi- been granted Candidacy nior College dropped the sion degrees, including BS Status for national accrediword junior from its name degrees in Middle School tation by the Accreditation and became a Level 11 in- Science and Mathematics, Commission for Education stitution with the Southern Elementary Education and in Nursing. So far, ChipoAssociation of Colleges and Exceptional Student Edu- la has awarded 72 BSN Schools." cation." Over the last de- degrees. Five years later in 2008 cade, annual enrollment of Chipola Facts is a monthChipola was made a state students seeking BS in Ed- ly accountability and insticollege as part of the new ucation degrees has grown tutional effectiveness factFlorida College System from 12 in 2004-05 to 98 sheet published jointly by which consists of commu- in 2012-13. In all, Teacher theChipola PlanningOffice nity colleges where both Education programs have and nformation Systems/ two-year and four-year de- trained over 200 graduates Technology The purpose grees are granted. who are now certified to is to facilitate good deci"The decision to initi- teach in Florida. sion-making by publishing ate bachelor's degrees has In addition, 10 students college-related data at regdearly proven to be one of have completed the Teach- ular intervals throughout the most important deci- er Preparation Institute the school year. sions in Chipola's history," (EPI), which helps persons For more informasaid Clemmons. "Many of who already hold bach- tion, contact Gail Hartzour students cannot move elor's degrees to become og at 718-2342 or email away to a state university certified as teachers. An- hartzogg@chipola.edu.


Cadets attend Florida Wimg Conference


The Civil Air Patrol (CAP) is the civilian auxiliary of the United States Air Force (USAF). The three missions of the CAP include emergency services, aerospace education, and cadet programs. The focus of this article is on two cadet members of the Marianna Composite Squadron, Florida Wing: Cadet Captain Jacob Watford and Cadet Airman First Class Seth Ham. Both Cadets are active members of the Squadron. C/AlC Ham. who joined CAP in October 2013, is a 12-year-old sLxth-grade student at Marianna Middle School. His goal of joining CAP is to join the U.S. Air Force in order to continue the family tradition of military service, as his father, uncle, and grandfather served in the U.S. military.
C/Capt. Jacob Watford is 16 years old and a junior at Cottonwood High School in Cottonwood, Alabama. He joined CAP approximately five years ago with a goal of being accepted to the highly competitive and prestigious U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado to study aerospace engineering and/or special operations. Both cadets attended the Florida Wing Conference in Orlando on March 14-16 and chose the same classes; however, they learned different lessons. The classes included public speaking, CAP myth busters and motivational movies. This was C/A1C Ham's first Wing Conference and C/Capt. Wafford's fifth. Both learned useful information which they would apply now and in the future. The guest speaker was Mary Feik, who recently celebrated her 90th birthday. According to the CAP Members website, Ms. Feik, in addition to her many achievements was the first female engineer in research and development in the Engineering Division of the Air Technical Service command. C/A1C Ham stated that it was "cool to be with a part of history." Regarding the public speaking class, C/Capt. Watford stated "Public speaking is something no cadet really likes to do but it has to be done." He also made this insightful statement; "The class is a little different every year, cadets pick up something new every year, and then the cadets decide what works best for them through the practice they get at group classes and other training." The class was C/Al Ham's first taste of public speaking. He summed up his experience by stating "Public speaking taught us howto project your voice and


Pictured at the 2014 Wing Conference (left to right) are C/2nd LtAllison Blakeley. C/Master Sgt. Branna McDonald, Col. Mary Feik. C/A1C Seth Ham and C/Capt Jacob Watford.
speak properly...A lot of it was new." The final class, Motivational Movies. was new this year and both cadets identified it as the most informative class they took. They would like to see it next year, possibly using film clips from other military-related movies versus "Band of Brothers" and Full Metal Jacket" where the focus is on leadership styles and how they are portrayed in real life. C/Capt. Watford felt that this class was important to newer cadets that are vulnerable due to having recently started in CAP He made a point to articulate that this class gives new cadets a foundation of where to start and what needs to be done to further their careers. C/A1C Ham learned much about the characters in the aforementioned movies and how they motivate. As illustrated, both cadets' experiences were very different; however, both. have matured, developed self-confidence, become goal-oriented, and know what teamwork is through CAP I and other senior members have seen an increase in self-confidence as well as additional positive attributes. This growth will serve both cadets well into the future. CAP continues to encourage other youths between the ages of 12-20 years of age to join this relatively new program and reap the positive life-altering experience. Senior members are part of the lifeline for the organization and provide the support and education of the cadets. C/Capt. Watford is proud to be a CAP and has excelled, earning just about every award possible and C/A1C Ham continues to diligently work to accomplish the same. Both cadets are great assets to their peers, country and the UnitedStates Air Force.


Riverside Elementary School honor roll


Riverside Elementary School reported the following students on the honor roll for the fourth nine weeks.
Third Grade
A Honor Roll: Chase Bethea, Elizabeth Brower, Presli Busby, Sara Ann Calloway, Rayleigh Carter, Riley Commander, Jaxson Crenshaw, Auzzy Faulkner, Ryan Furniss, Hayden Gause, Taryn Geffrard, Sarah Grice, Michael Hodges, Chyanne Jackson, Kahlan McKinney, Keaton Meese, Noah Mercer, Amalia Nuccio, Connor Oswald, Alora Paige, Sarah Passmore, River Shelton, Klayton Sigmore, Jarrett Thoreson, Sophia Tocci, Liam Walter, Criston Williams and Layne Williams.
A/B Honor Roll: Blanca Avellaneda, Andrew Barnes, Georgia Baxter, George Bowers, Ayden Braddy, Andre Bush, Tommy Bush, Victoria Carlile, Jayce Chaddock, Shiann Couch, Justice Curry, Kaysonti Curry, Tristan Davis, Harlyn Demaree, Zyare Garner, Zaine Gilbert,.Josie Granger, Audree Ham, Briana Harvey, Cason Hatcher, Clark Hatcher, Mitchell Hayes, Makenzie Hogan, Zaccheus Jennings, Tayler Johnson, Anaisia Jones, Kris'Shon Jones, Hunter Keel, Craig McCallister, Claire Medley, Alexander Millwood, Allison Millwood, Jacob Moore, Joshua Morales, Johnathan Moss, Jonothan Norris, Sydney Paulk, Destini Reed, Zoe Saunders, Andy Schulmeister, Gabriel Sellers, Abby Sims, Lenzie Sims, Cayman Smith, Sydney Speights, Olivia Spooner, Grant Thompson, Darwin Valbrun, Emily Ward, Haylee Weeks, Adonte Williams, Gracie Williams, Tyreek Williams, Cheyenne Willis and Caitlyn Zeh. Fourth Grade
A Honor Roll: Avery Arunakul, Anna Barber, Alaska Bontrager, Amari Brown, Caroline Brunner, Caleb Butler, William Carrel, Elijah Chalker, Matthew Clikas, Jackson Connolly, Syler Griffin, Jasmine Ihrke, Caleb King, Dustin Lipford, Jacob Locke, Noah McCoy, Shrandyss McMillan, Cole Payne, Damien Peal, Mattie Rooks, Emilyann Roulhac, Zeb Saunders, Sophia Sun, Stephanie Vaughn, Kennedy Wilkes and Colby Williams. A/B Honor Roll: Antonio Alday, Juliette Alday, Brady Barber, Kayelissa Benefield, Levi Burdette, Illy De La Hunt, Shanteriya Dobard, Payton Edenfield, Matthew Flynn, Chris Gable, Jackson Gause,


CUTE KID


SUBMITTED PHOTO
tide Hunt, age 5, son of Patrick and
Tabetha Hunt, enjoying the Splash
Pad at Madison Park.


Garrison Glass, Ashanti Glover, Liliana Graham, Jailey Gray, Max Harkrider; Ausband Harris, Lashaina Harvey, Jayla Helium, Jade Hendrix, Patty Hernandez, Hunter Hires, Kylie Hollister, Halle Hurst, Leo Infante, Lawson Jackson, Jenna Jarrard, Azaria Jennings, Bryanna Johnson, Alaysha Kelly, Joshua Korosecz, Georgia Lassman, Hannah McCoy, Michael Melton, Mia Merrifield, Zane Monk, Dax Moreno, Caleb Morrissey, Tiara Nix, Madison Peeler, Layla Petterson, Audra Phillips, Trett Phillips, Lauren Ramin, Emma Reagan, Monique Reed, Alex Rodriguez, Kyle Roney, Andrew Rush, Laynie Smith, Amarion Speights, Ian Spence, Harmony Stanley, Matthew Stephens, Amiya Summerwell, Stephen Tillotson, Jonah Tolin, Dylan Tyus, Ga Vee Watson, Emma Whitehead, Dominic Wieda, Thsta Williams, E'laycia Williams
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Signature HealthCARE at the Courtyard takes elders for annualvacation


Last week, Eldqrs (residents) from local nursing home Signature HealthCARE at the Courtyard traveled by bus to Panama City Beach for three days of fun and adventure on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico.
Courtyard Elders arrived at their resort May 19. Our Elders enjoyed nightly music and mov-


les by the pool of their resort, dinners out, time on the beach, parasailing, a trip to Gulf World and more. Ann Hinson and Robin Lowe even swam with the dolphins. "This is like being in paradise and thought that I would never be able to experience anything like this again", said Ann Hinson.
"People often have fixed


ideas about what it means to live in a nursing home, but we want to continue to provide opportunities for excitement and adventure, and to make sure our Elders live life to the fullest extent possible," said Administrator Brad Nobles.
Signature HealthCARE at the Courtyard is one of a dozen health care centers


operated by Louisville, Ky. based Signature HealthCARE that will make the trip this year, the fourth year for the annual vacation. Past Signature vacations included Walt Disney World, Myrtle Beach and Branson, Missouri. "The vacations are truly a life changing experience for both Elders and staff," said Angie McAllister,


Director of Cultural Transformation for Signature's rural homes, who leads coordination of the trips. "The relationships that are formed and sustained as a result of the trip are the most beautiful thing. There is something magical about just living and being together that transcends all else." For more information


about this year's resident vacation, contact Tracie Land at 526-2000 For more about Signature HealthCARE at the Courtyard visit www. shcatthecourtyard.com. Signature HealthCARE operates more than 100 locations in eight states, with more than 16,000 employees. For more, visit LTCRevolution.com.


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The new flick is reportedly called "CobraGator," according to some pre-publicity buzz. A local woman has a small part in the movie and some big responsibilities associated with it. Stacy Martin plays the role of "Darcy," a woman who has lost her dog and is looking for him in the swamp when she becomes the CobraGator creature's first meal. It's a bit part, but with lines, and it's Martin's first turn at acting in a movie. She said she learned quickly how to get along on location. "Growing up in Portland, I've been around some movie sets. When the director says action, you shut your mouth, do what you're told, and be prepared for things to change on the fly. It's different. You listen and do the best you can." Martin and Cave Adventurers owner Edd Sorenson


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four explorers from the Everglades to the Okefenokee Swamp in southern Georgia, with the goal of bringing attention to the Florida Wildlife Corridor project.
That effort aims to connect natural lands and protect and restore the ecological corridor documented by the filmmakers.
The expedition took place in 2012, filming from January to mid-summer, and editing in fall of that year.
The finished film was released in April 2013 and aired on numerous PBS


have been life companions for almost a quarter century, and together they're helping Wynorski in a variety of ways. Now that Martin has finished her spot in front of the camera's lens, she's working behind the scenes to help the production along.
"I guess you could say I'm an assistant to the production assistant," Martin said. "Or you could call me the extra go-fer. Flow about all-around go-to girl? That sounds good. If somebody needs a hairdresser, or someone to pick up one of the actors or producers, I'll find and do those kinds of things, just pretty much whatever I can to help them."
Wynorski has "rented Edd," she said, to do a variety of jobs on the movie. For instance, he's shooting some of the underwater footage for the director. He's familiar with the process, having participated in Discovery ID episodes related to water rescue and


affiliate stations. The documentary would go on to earn Stoltzfus and his Live Oak Production Group a regional EMMY� Award from the Suncoast Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Tonight's screening of "The Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition" will be shown in the Chipola Center for the Arts, on the Center's brand new screen and projection system, which, according to Chipola College Public Relations Director Bryan Craven, rivals that of highend movie theatres. During a phone interview Wednesday, Stoltzfus had high praise for his alma mater's facility.


recovery.
One of the best-known rescue-recovery divers in the nation, Sorenson is frequently called upon as an expert in the field. The crew is also using several of ATVS, other vehicles and boats owned by the business. Martin said. They're shooting scenes in the touring cave at Florida Caverns state Park. on Merritt's Mill Pond, and at other random locations throughout Marianna. Martin said she understands that all or most of the movie will be shot here, with graphics added in studio after the location work is done.
The team worked Tuesday. took a day off on Vednesday but planned to work Thursday, Friday, Sunday, next Saturday and potentially at other times in the upcoming weeks. Jackson County Tourist Development Council Director Pam Fuqua was allowed to shoot some pictures during the movie workday Tuesday.


In a pre-screening test of the new system, the filmmaker said the film, running from a Blu-Ray source disc, looked and sounded great on Chipola's "top-notch" equipment. Before tonight's screening, Stoltzfus will get in some more work on his current project, another nature documentary slated for broadcast next year by PBS.
The topic this time, he said, is the coastal dune lakes of Walton County. Following tonight's 6 p.m. screening, which will run just under an hour, filmmaker Stoltzfus will be on hand to discuss his work at a reception in the Chipola College Center for the Arts lobby.


Brazilians make their mark on Florida and beyond


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MIAMI - As all eyes turn to Brazil for the World Cup, Brazilians in the U.S. are also gaining notice.
According to the U.S. Census, more than 325.000 people of Brazilian ancestry now call the United States home, but experts put the numbers higher.
Most have come since the late 1980s. first landing in the nations traditional Portuguese-speaking enclaves around Boston and more recently congregating in central and South Florida. Still others have settled in New York, California anl New Jersey.
Here are snapshots of the growing Brazilian influence in Florida and beyond.
The Entrepreneur. Daniel Pereira
It's 7 a.m., and Pompano Beach contractor Daniel Pereira waits in the frigid Miami International Airport for a friend flying in from Sao Paulo to scope out Florida properties for possible purchase. In good times and bad, Brazilians have flocked to Florida over the last decade.
Even with their country's recent economic slowdown - or some say because of it - Brazilians are buying most properties in cash, often by the beach or in Kissimmee, an eastern suburb of Orlando, according to the Florida Realtors association. Last year, they tied Venezuelans for inter-


national real estate sales in Florida, behind only Canadians.
Pereira loves playing host. Last week, it was a group of Brazilian civil engineering students learning about U.S. construction techniques. It reminds Pereira how much has changed since the early 1980s, when he left his widowed mother and 10 siblings in the southern Brazilian state of Minas de Gerais, flying to Canada and crossing the U.S. border on foot. He worked as a dishwasher in Massachusetts but sought warmer climates. eventually opening a floor and tiling business in Broward County. These days, so many Brazilians live in Pompano that the local churches advertise in Portuguese, and the neighborhood Brazilian buffet carries five different free Portuguese papers. Pereira says his friends worry about increasing crime and that Brazil's real estate bubble will burst following the World Cup and 2016 Olympics, which will be held in Rio de Janeiro.
"A lot of people come, always asking us for help," Pereira says. "I feel glad I can."
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Carmen Gusmao strides past the crystal chandeliers embellished with faux bluebirds and the gilded, antique chairs painted with delicate trees.
She stops in front of a large abstract painting, emblazoned with Latin phrases and rainforest animals.
"It doesn't matter the medium. I don't stop creating except to sleep," she says, gesturing around her studio in Miami's Vnwood Arts District, where she does both. Gusmao moved to the U.S. 13 years ago, part of a wave of Brazilian artists and designers helping revamp the former Wynwood warehouse district into a thriving arts scene and driving the region's upscale home furnishing industry with brands like Orinare and Artefacto. Gusmao straddles both worlds with her furniture, jewelry and paintings. Her views these days of the downtown skyline are a far cry from those of the Anazonian ranch where she spent much of her childhood, but Gusmao reaches back to that history for inspiration. "Art, like life, gives new energy to old things," she says.


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No pool party at annual Florida-Georgia game


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IACKSONVILLE - The Florida-Georgia game won't be a pool party. A day after the Jacksonville Jaguars said it would be up to athletic directors Jeremy Foley and Greg McGarity to decide whether to use the stadium's new pools and cabanas during their game this fall, the Southeastern Conference rivals made it clear they have no plans to integrate the two-story party deck. The Gators and Bulldogs are more concerned that there are 7,000 seats available in the renovated north end zone at EverBank Field.
"There's no wiggle room for lowering the attendance or seating capacity," Georgia's McGarity told The Associated Press. "The


most important thing for us is the number of seats." The Jaguars removed 9,500 chair-backs as part of a $63 million renovation, which includes the world's largest video boards, two wading pools, 20 pricey cabanas and several other amenities designed to improve the game-day experience.
While Florida and Georgia welcome the giant scoreboards, they would prefer to keep everything else status quo. Especially the seating capacity, which stands at nearly 85,000 for the annual game. If the schools used the pools and cabanas, they would lose 7,000 seats that already have been sold. They would get a portion of those spots back in pool-side seating, but not enough for the ADs to


consider change. "Our No. I priority is to have the same number of tickets available to our fans and we don't have an interest in any scenario that reduces the number of tickets," Florida's Foley said. "We do appreciate the commitment that both the city and the Jaguars are making to enhance the game-day experience for fans that don't limit seating capacity."
McGarity said it's doubtful the pools and cabanas would ever be in play for the Florida-Georgia game, which has been in Jacksonville nearly every year since 1933.
"We're not intent on using that feature," he said. Jaguars president Mark Lamping said Tuesday the schools might reconsider in 2015 and beyond after


seeing the pools and cabanas in action. The cabanas have been a huge draw in Jacksonville, with 65 percent of them sold out for the 2014 season and a waiting list for three of the team's nine home games.
The Jaguars are selling 12 upstairs cabanas for $3,000 a game, with a maximum of 20 people in each suite. The price includes all-you-can-eat food and drinks. The eight downstairs cabanas - the only tickets that include pool access - are going for $12,500 a game, with a maximum of 50 people in each suite. Those also are all-inclusive.
Whether there is interest from Florida and Georgia fans for similar, high-end packages that rival luxury suites remains to be seen.


"It's open to FloridaGeorgia," Lamping said. "That's not our decision to make. It's up to the athletic directors at those two schools. It's totally flexible."
Lamping said the party deck was designed to be able to remove the cabanas, cover the pools and erect temporary seating. The city already installs 5,000 temporary seats in the south end zone for the Florida-Georgia game, and needing to add another 7,000 in the opposite end zone could make a trying week even tougher. The Jaguars host the Miami Dolphins at EverBank on Oct. 26, just six days before the Florida-Georgia game.
"We are committed to working with the University of Florida and


University of Georgia to meet both schools' goals for the 2014 game," said Joel Lamp, manager of business development and communications for the city of Jacksonville. "We will work with the Jaguars to ensure that Jacksonville continues to offer the best game-day experience at EverBank Field for fans of this storied college football rivalry." The teams' current contract with Jacksonville runs through 2016- each team makes about $1.7 million annually from it - and Foley and McGarity are intent on keeping it there. With as many seats as possible.
"Our fans have been attending that game for a very long time," McGarity said. "We're not looking to change any aspect of it."


Court: Warrantless cell tracking unconstitutional


The Associated Press

MIAMI - Investigators must obtain a search warrant from a judge in order to obtain cellphone tower tracking data that is widely used as evidence to show suspects were in the vicinity of a crime, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday. A three-judge panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals determined people have an expectation of privacy in their movements and that the cell tower data was part of that. As such, obtaining the records without a search warrant is a violation of the Fourth


Amendment's ban on unreasonable searches and seizures, the judges ruled. "While committing a crime is certainly not within a legitimate expectation of privacy, if the cell site location data could place him near those scenes, it could place him near any other scene," the judges wrote. "There is a reasonable privacy interest in being near the home of a lover, or a dispensary of medication, or a place of worship, or a house of ill repute." The ruling does not block investigators from obtaining the records - which show which calls are routed through specific


towers - but simply requires a higher legal showing of probable cause to obtain a search warrant rather than a less-strict court order.
"The court soundly repudiates the government's argument that merely by using a cellphone, people somehow surrender their privacy rights," said ACLU attorney Nathan Freed Wessler, who argued the case. The U.S. Supreme Court, while not yet ruling on cellphone tower records, in 2012 decided that attachment of GIPS devices to suspects vehicles also constituted a search under the Fourth Amendmlent.


The justices did not, however, decided that investigators must always obtain a search warrant. The l1th Circuit decision, which relied heavily on the GPS decision, applies in Florida, Georgia and Alabama. The judges said other circuit courts had considered similar arguments, but not in a criminal case. Ultimately the issue will likely have to be resolved by the Supreme Court.
The ruling came in the Miami case of Quartavious Davis, who is serving a 162-year prison sentence for a string of violent armed robberies. The judges refused to over-


turn his convictions and sentence over the cellphone tracking issue.
They applied a "good faith" exception preventing authorities from being punished for relying on a law later found unconstitutional. The cellphone tower data used at trial placed Davis near six of the armed robberies for which he was ultimately convicted. The appeals court did agree to a separate argument by Davis that his sentence was improperly enhanced for "brandishing" a firearm, sending the case back to Miami district court for resentencing on that issue alone.


FSU revamps turbulent search for president


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TALLAHASSEE - Just a few weeks ago it appeared that Florida State University was ready to join a line of U.S. colleges that have turned to powerful politicians to lead their schools. But on Wednesday a university search committee opted to revamp a tumultuous search for a new president in the midst of a backlash over initially designating state Sen. John Thrasher the front-runner for the job.
The main change was to hire a new consulting firm to help with the search after the previous consultant abruptly resigned earlier this week.
FSU has been without a permanent president since Eric Barron stepped down to take the top job at Penn State University. His departure came while the university is in the middle of a large fundraising campaign. Some FSU alumni have pushed to get a successor on board as quickly as possible, but some faculty members have urged the university to take its time to find a new president. The search committee, which is made up of FSU alumni, trustees, students and faculty, left unsettled when it would set a deadline for applications, or whether it would revise the criteria for the post. The committee did agree to retain all current applicants which includes Thrasher as well as Supreme Court Chief Justice Ricky Polston. "Our mission has been


very clear from, the beginning," said Ed Burr, chairman, of the FSU search committee. "It's an open, thorough and honest search to find the very best president we can." It's not clear, however, if faculty and students roiled by the prospect of Thrasher becoming president agreed.
Several of them complained about the search before the vote was taken and said that faculty members and students do not have a big enough say in the process.
Allan Bense, a former House speaker and chairman of the FSU Board of Trustees, insisted after the meeting that the search for a new president remains "wide open" and that Thrasher is not a lock for the job.
"I'm doing all I can to do away with that myth," Bense said.
Bense and other search committee members narrowly voted last month to interview Thrasher first and decide whether to offer him the position. That move was made after se4rch consultant ,Bill Funk said Thrasher's interest was discouraging other qualified candidates from applying for the job. But the interview was postponed after Polston stepped forward and applied for the job. Meanwhile, faculty and students sharpened their criticism of Thrasher over his lack of academic credentials and his support for legislation to limit tenure for public school teachers.


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scheme pleads guilty NIIANII - A former partner of convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein is facing utp it) live years in federal prison after pleading guilty to a conspiracy charge. Stuart Rosenfeldt entered the plea Wednesday in Miami federal court. He will remain free on $250,000 bail until a Sept. 24 sentencing. In pleading guilty, Rosenfeldt admitted involvement in campaign finance violations and financial irregularities at Fort Lauderdale's Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler law firm.
He also admitted conspiring with law enforcement officers to force a paid female escort out of state when her boyfriend threatened to expose their relationship. The charges are not directly linked to Rothstein's $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme, which involved investments in fake legal settlements: Rothstein is serving 50 years in prison. 'rhird partner Russell Adler also pleaded guilty and awaits sentencing.

Bus driver fired for letting son drive
TAMPA - A 52-yearold school Hillsborough County school bus driver has been fired after an investigation found she let her son drive the vehicle without students on board.
School officials voted Tuesday to fire Theresa Robinson after examinIng the video showing the young man driving. The lhinpa Bay lhnes
reports that Robinson admitted she allowed her son to take the bus to have it cleaned and detailed on April 27.


Robinson says she was fired in retaliation for speaking out about problems in the department over tile past few months. School district officials say retaliation had nothing to do with Robinson's firing.

Smoke on
space station
CAPE CANAVERAL
- A galley water heater is being blamed for smoke aboard the International Space Station. Russian astronauts reported smoke and a burning smell in their main compartment Tuesday. There wasn't enough smoke to activate the alarms or to warrant the use of masks by the six-man crew. The smoke came from a vent and dissipated within a half-hour or so. Commander Steven Swanson says there was only a small amount of smoke and everyone was fine.
The astronauts quickly disconnected the electric water-heating unit and activated air purifiers in the Zvezda compartment, Russian for star. On Wednesday, the astronauts installed a spare unit. NASA says it's working normally. A similar problem occurred in 2009. The astronauts say they didn't see anything unusual with the removed device.

Wildlife officers try to rescue manatee
ST. PETERSBURG
-Wildlife officers are trying to rescue a manatee stranded in a St. Petersburgspillway. Rescuers in a boat used a net Wednesday morning in an attempt to corral and capture the manatee, which has


been stranded since late May.
Officials from Florida's Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission waited for days to give the manatee a chance to leave the spillway, located in a small pond northeast of Clam Bayou. Once the manatee is caught, officials plan to check its health and return it to Tampa Bay.

Bus driver arrested for slapping child PENSACOLA - A Panhandle school bus driver has been arrested after a video tape showed the woman hitting a child with the back of her hand.
The Pensacola News Journal reported Wednesday that the woman was charged with child cruelty without great bodily harm.
The child's mother said she pursued charges against the bus driver after seeing video of the April incident for the first time earlier this month. The 9-year-old child has special needs. Escambia County Superintendent of Schools Malcolm Thomas says he can't comment on the incident because it is under ongoing investigation.

Man found dead
In hottub
SARA(SOTA - Authorities are investigating the death of a man found in a hot tub at a Sarasota apartment complex. The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office says a maintenance man found the body Wednesday morning while checking the pool area at the complex.
The Sarasota HeraldTribune reports the man appears to be in his 60s. I lis identity has not been


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Jacksonville man drowns off Island
JACKSONVILLE
- A 29-year-old man has drowned off Little Talbot Island near Jacksonville. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said it responded to a drowning call Monday morning. The Florida TimesUnion reports officials don't suspect foul play, in the death of Maurice Percell.
No further details were released.

Inmate facing
murder charges dies
NAPLES - A 49-yearold man from southwest Florida has died while awaiting trial on firstdegree murder charges in the deaths of his wife and son.
A Collier County Sheriff's spokeswoman told the Naples Daily News that Jose Suazo died under hospice care on Tuesday. Suazo was indicted in February for the premeditated killings of 35-yearold Johana Nunez Ruiz and 18-year-old Joseph Suazo in August. He was arrested in Lee County after the killings. Deputies say he told several witnesses that he killed his wife and son and was hotping God could forgive him. No further details were immediately available.

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House considers bill to

waive school meal rules


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WASHINGTON - The House began to consider legislation Wednesday that would allow some schools to opt out of healthier meal standards - a proposal that has drawn a veto threat from the White House.
The GOP spending bill on the House floor would allow schools to waive the school lunch and breakfast standards championed by first lady Michelle Obama for the next school year if they lost money on meal programs over a six-month period. The chamber is expected to have a final vote on the bill next week. In a statement threatening a veto, the White House said Tuesday that the bill would be "a major step backwards for the health of American children by undermining the effort to provide kids with more nutritious food." The school meal rules set by Congress and the


Obama administration over the past several years require more fruits, vegetables and whole grains in the lunch line. Also, there are limits on sodium, sugar and fat.
Some school nutrition directors have lobbied for a break, saying the rules have proved to be costly and restrictive. The schools pushing for changes say limits on sodium and requirements for more whole grains are particularly challenging, while some school officials say kids are throwing away fruits and vegetables they are required to take. Republicans have said the standards are overreach. Rep. Robert Aderholt of Alabama, the Republican author of the agriculture spending bill that includes the provision, said the rules were put in place too quickly and schools need more time to comply. On the House floor, he emphasized that the waivers are meant to be temporary.


Driver pleads not guilty in Morgan crash


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NEW IIIUNSWICK, N.J.
-- Accident investigators are looking into what role ite work commutte of the driver charged in the accident that injured comedian 'l'acy Morgan played in the fatal crash on the New Jersey Turnpike. Wal-Mart driver Kevin Roper, who pleaded not guilty to death by auto and assault by auto charges Wednesday, lived in Georgia, but his job was based in Delaware, NTSB spokeswoman Kelly Nantel said.
A criminal complaint alleges that the 35-year-old Roper, of Jonesboro, Georgia, hadn't slept for more than 24 hours before the accident when he allegedly swerved to avoid slowed traffic on the turnpike and plowed into Morgan's limo on Saturday morning. Wal-Mart has not explained what Roper's driving route was. The cornpany has said it believes he was in compliance with federal safety regulations. Roper's bail was kept at $50,000. Roper and his attorney, David Glassnan, refused to answer reporters' questions after the hearing about whether Roper was the author of tweets fromt a 'l\vitter account bearing his name and featuring his picture and calling reports of his not having slept for 24 hours before the accident "complete BS!" A conviction on a death by auto charge carries a five-to-10-year prison


Kevin Roper leaves a court appearance Wednesday, June U, In New Brunswick, N.J. Roper, a Wal-Mart truck driver from Georgia, was charged with death by auto and four counts of assault by auto In the wake of a deadly chain-reaction crash on the New Jersey Turnpike early Saturday, June 7, that killed comedian James McNair and left actor-comedian Tracy Morgan and two others critically Injured.


sentence. Each assault by auto charge is punishable by up to 18 months in prison.
The 45-year-old Morgan suffered a broken femur, a broken nose and several broken ribs. His friend and fellow comedian James McNair was killed, and two other passengers were seriously injured. Another passenger was treated and released from the hospital Saturday, and the limo driver and one more passenger weren't injured. Morgan underwent strgery for his broken leg and remained in critical but


stable condition. State police on 'lTuesday released audio recordings from three 911 calls made after the accident. "It's a terrible accident," a woman tells the dispatcher in one of the calls. "The car flipped. It's on its side. It's two vehicles and a Wal-Mart truck." Citing the criminal investigation, a Wal-Mart spokeswoman wouldn't say where Roper's trip had originated or where he was headed at the time of the crash.
FX Networks issued a statement saying Morgan's


Police: Shooter at Oregon school had assault rifle


The Associated Press

TROUTDALE, Ore. - A 15-year-old gunman who killed a student at an Oregon high school had an assault rifle, handgun and several magazines of ammunition hidden in a guitar case and duffel bag when he rode a school bus to the campus, police said Wednesday.
The attacker, Jared Michael Padgett, a freshman at Reynolds High School in Troutdale, entered a boys locker room on Tuesday at a gymnasium, where he "murdered a fellow student," police Chief Scott Anderson said.
He also wounded a teacher who managed to make his way to an office and alert officials, Anderson said, adding that the action by teacher Todd Rispler and responding officers likely saved numerous lives on the campus.
Theshooterlaterencountered officers in a hallway. After. a brief exchange of gunfire, he fled into a restroom and was found dead


of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. Anderson said no link had been found between the shooter and Emilio Hoffman, the 14-year-old student wvho was killed. No motive was disclosed. "The shooter obtained the weapons fron his family home," Anderson said. "The weapons had been secured, but he defeated the security measures." Padgett fired an AR-15type rifle and carried a semi-automatic handgun. large knife and nine loaded ammunition magazines capable of holding several hundred rounds, Anderson said. The attacker was wearing a camouflage helmet and ammo vest. The shooting occurred in a gym detached from the main school building. In the aftermath, the governor called the violence senseless, the Troutdale mayor praised the police response, and the school district superintendent said she had once hoped she could get through her career without a


school shooting. Iloffman was the only teenage boy in his house, said Savannah Venegas, who (ated him a year ago. .so (his mother) Nvas very protective of him." "I le was such it good kid. a quiet kid." \'enegas said.


"He didn't stir tip trouble. lust a down-to-earth guy." Perhaps no school district better reflects the changing face of Oregon than the one in "rroutdale.
The school draws from a diverse group, including


residents of Portland and agricultural families from the Columbia Gorge. "This is a tragedy that affects our whole community" Anderson said. "This is not supposed to happen in any school, or to any child."


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Floridan Correspondent

With the close of the regular seasonat Optimist Park, the district All-Stars are preparing for competition set to begin this Friday in Havana. The Marianna Ozones All-Star squad received a bye and will not take the field until Saturday at 2 p.m.
Coach Bryan Wiggins will be leading the Ozone this year and will be assisted by Robbie Evans and Rex Torbett. They will have plenty of offense and defense this year with Sam Wiggins leading the league in slugging percentage and home runs.
Jaxson Beach, Kalen Evans, Wilton Pittman, Brady Donaldson and Ben Wiggins will add to the offensive side at the plate.
Pitching for the Ozone AllStars will be leftie Wilton Pittman, Donaldson, Ben Wiggins, Kaylen Evans, Caleb Torbett, Sterling Crumpler and some possible help in relief from others.


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Kalen Evans catches for the Uons in a game earlier this season. Evans and several other Uons players are AllStars in the Ozone division of the MERE leagues.


Defensively, the Ozone team appears to be solid with Sam Wiggins at first and Torbett, Jaxson Beach, Ben Wiggins, Donaldson, Evans, Crumpler and Deacon Temples all rotating positions.


The outfield is secure with Justin Clikas, Rylan Evans and Carey Griffin. They have plenty of help from some infielders who are multi-positional players.
Behind the plate will be Kalen


Evans, Donaldson and Torbett rotating in and out. Teams participating in this year's district championship are Malone, Quincy Blountstown, Liberty County, Sneads, Havana and Marianna.


Bulldogs fall twice


Herman Williams (right) brings the ball to the basket for Marianna High School in a game Tuesday night in Marianna against Bay High School. MHS lost to the Tornadoes 65-58.

MHS suffers setbacks at home in summer games


BY SHELIA MADER
Floridan Correspondent

Marianna High School summer basketball continued Tuesday night at the MHS gym with four teams in action.
In the early game, it was Bay High dominating Seminole County 64-43. In Game 2, Port St. Joe showed no mercy to the Seminole County Indians, handing them a 70-60 loss.
Marianna took the court for Games 3


and 4 but found themselves on the short end of the scoreboard. After two solid wins last week, the Bulldogs struggled in the first game but made it a very tight 53-52 game in the loss to Port St. Joe.
In the final game of the night, Bay County showed it is a force to be reckoned with on the court. After handing Seminole County a lopsided defeat, the Tornadoes made the Bulldogs their second victim of the night in a 65-58 game.


Following the game, coach Travis Blanton found positives in the summer games even with the losses.
"Yes, we came up a little short twice tonight but we are learning and growing," Blanton said. "We gotta go to Cairo today to play three games in a summer day camp, so not too much time'to worry about the losses. We just gotta lace 'em up and go again. That's why you play these games in the summer; work on what needs fixing.'


Heat drilled in Game 3 of NBA Finals


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MIAMI - History would suggest they did everything right.
Oops.
Since LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh teamed up for the "Big 3" era with the Miami Heat, there had been some absolute truths when It came to their home playoff games. When they shot at least 48 percent, they were 180. When they made at least 10 shots from 3-point range, they were 12-0. And in this postseason, they were a perfect 8-0 in their building.
No more. On any count. No Miami miracle this time, either. A blowout got interesting fora few minutes, but in the end, it wound up as a blowout - and the road to a third straight NBA championship


Miami Heat forward LeBron James (6) gestures during the first half In Game 3 of the NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday In Miami. The Spurs defeated the Heat 111-92.


for the Heat got considerably tougher.
Down by a staggering 25 points at one point in the first half, the Heat whittled their way


within single digits. But they never got all that close to the San Antonio Spurs and wound up falling 111-92 in Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday


night. The Spurs lead the series 2-1, and need only to hold serve at home to end Miami's reign as NBA champions. "What it feels like is the finals," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. 'And you have to deal with all the emotions there are in the finals - frustration, anger, pain, elation, all of it, and it can swing back and forth. It's a long series. We have to be able to manage this and it starts with tomorrow, owning it. That'll be the process we all have to go through together." James and Wade each scored 22 points, Bosh didn't miss a shot, they connected on 52 percent of their tries from the floor, and they still got drilled. Rashard Lewis scored 14, Ray Allen had II and Bosh had only nine - getting just four shots in 34 minutes. L






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GEMINI (May 21-June 20) - Events could get out of hand if you are too emotional. It's best to hold back and act as an observer.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -Your quest for success is likely to dominate you, causing insensitivity toward a friend or relative. Before making a move, consider its effects.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
- Love, friendship and high spirits will keep you feeling on top of the world today.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -You will make a lot more progress if you stop trying to persuade people to see things your way. Follow your own path. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
-You will meet someone who interests you if you get out and socialize. Attend an event and put your charm to good use. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) - Make your work uniquely your own. Don't tempt fate by sharing your plans. Be protective of your ideas.
SAiTIARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -A loved one may feel neglected or taken for granted. Being conscientious and Caring will help you avoid an emotional encounter. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - Keep your secrets tucked away. You can get through anything if you remain calm and in control. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) - Someone will offer insightful advice, allowing you to find a solution to an urgent dilemma. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) --You may be lacking the key facts of a situation that is developing around you. Refuse to let anyone influence you. ARIES (March 21-April 19) - Let your imagination run free. Fantasize about your future, and you
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Dear Annie I've known "Ted" all my life. About 10 years ago, I loaned him $1,000. He never repaid it, and I could really use that money now. Ted lives in a different city, and when I phone him, he refuses to discuss it.
In the past, I had given Ted money outright, but this was absolutely a loan. I made sure he knew that, but I didn't ask for a promissory note or any interest. If I hire a lawyer to sue him for the loan, I'd lose half the money paying the lawyer. Ted's mother once warned me not to loan money to friends. What can I do?
- SHOULD HAVE LISTENED Dear Should: You could try to retrieve the money by suing Ted in small-claims court. You generally don't need an attorney to do this, but you are likely to lose the friendship permanently. You might want to warn Ted in advance that this is your intent if he isn't willing to discuss the loan and reach an agreement.

Dear Annie: You get lots of letters from husbands or wives who are unhappy and asking, "What went wrong?" Maybe the trouble is that while they were planning a


wedding they forgot to plan a marriage. I performed my first marriage ceremony 60 years ago and have done' several hundred since. Some were in large churches with fancy flowers, string quartets and an exquisite reception. Some were in my living room with only the bride and groom in their Sunday clothes.
There is quite a difference between a wedding and a marriage. A wedding is the civil and/or religious ceremony that ends in the signing of a certificate making the whole thing legal. A marriage is a covenant between two people who promise to love, honor and cherish each other.
My advice to any couple planning the kind of wedding they will have is to first ask what kind of marriage they will have.
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Altam 2000 GXE 4 cyl. automatic, all power, alum. wheels, new tires, 105K miles $4500. OBO 334-797-7420.


BMW 2008 5351: silver with black leather interior, 4 door, fully loaded, twin turbo, cold weather package, sunroof, naviagation. new tires, 52k miles - mostly highway, good condition. Sporty! $23.500. OBO Call 334-618-2145


Chevrolet 2010 Impala LS By owner. V6 w/FlexFuel. 33,200 mi. White w/tan leather Interior. Luxury pkg. Rear spoiler. Dual electric heated front seats. Front & side air bags. Bose stereo sys. w/single-disc MP3 player & Bluetooth. Exc. condition. $14.000. 334-699-5458: 334-545-4501.


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Corvette 2003 Convertible silver / black / gray, exc. cond. full power, call for extras $19,500. 334-379-8632.
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racing orange, Vance & Hines - short shots, Mustang saddle. 15K miles, mint condition $6200. 334-790-4781. Suzuld 2007 M109R special edition, low miles 25K, metalic blue, exc. cond. $8900. OBO 334-379-8632.
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LF160101 Notice to Construction Manager
The School Board of Jackson County, Florida announces that CM-At Risk services will be required for the project listed below:

New Kindergarten - Eighth Grade School (Jackson K-8) located in Marianna, FL

The project can be described as a new construction project which will include site development and construction of a new K-8 School approximately 395,956 square feet.

The total project budget is estimated by the Department of Education at approximately $73,000,000.00 including design fees, total project commissioning, furnishings and equipment, demolition, and contingencies. Construction shall be from a start date of approximately August, 2015.

The contract for construction management services will consist of two phase, limited preconstruction and construction. Preconstruction services will begin at the Advanced Schematic Design phase and may include production of cost studies and estimates, value engineering analysis of the design documents for constructability, coordination, detailing, materials and systems, development and maintenance of the construction schedule, production of detailed job site management plans, development of strategies for the procurement of trade contracts, and development of a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) proposal based on 100% Construction Documents. If the GMP proposal is accepted and executed, the construction phase will be implemented. In this phase, the construction manager becomes the single point of responsibility for performance of the construction of the project and shall publicly bid trade contracts. Failure to negotiate an acceptable fixed fee for phase one of the contract or failure to arrive at an acceptable GMP budget within the time provided in the agreement may result in the termination of the construction manager's contract

The CM -At-Risk select=on process for this project will be a two step process. The first step will be the submittal of the written proposals as outlined below and the subsequent evaluation and ranking of the proposals by the selections committee. The second step of the selection process will be oral presentations and interviews with the selection committee by
3 to 5 of the top ranked firms based on evaluation and ranking of the written proposals. Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of their past performances, experience, personnel, references, bonding capacity, workload, and responses to questions posed both in the shortlist and Interview phases. The Selection Committee may reject all proposals and stop the selection process at any time.

Joint Venture Proposals will not be considered.

Applicants desiring to provide construction management services for the project shall submit six (6) proposals and a PDF copy after thoroughly reviewing the Construction Management Qualifications Supplement and the schematic design documents (available upon written request from the office of the Architect). The proposal shall be prepared as specified in the CMQS instruction and shall include:

e A Letter of Application that concisely illustrates the applicant=s understanding of the scope of services, schedule, and other goals and considerations as outlined in the Project Fact Sheet and facilities program.
9 Company information and signed certification
* Resumes and other pertinent credentials for all proposed staff.
" Experience and references " Proof of the applicant's corporate status in Florida (if applicable) and a copy of the applicant's current contracting license from the appropriate governing board.
* Proof of applicant's bonding capacity.


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If the applicant is a corporation, it must be chartered by the Florida Department of State to operate in Florida. As required by Section 287.133, Florida Statutes, an applicant may not submit a proposal for this project if It is on the convicted vendor list for a public entity crime committed with the past 36 months. The selected construction manager must warrant that it will neither utilize the services of, not contract with any supplier, subcontractor, or consultant in excess of $15,000.00 in connection with this project for a period of 36 months form the date of their being placed on the convicted vendor list.

All questions or requests for additional information must be submitted in writing addressed and sent to project architect, Paul Donofro, Jr. with Donofro Architects at P 0 Box 861 Marianna, Florida 32447 or via email at karenbking@ embarqmall.com.

Incomplete proposals will be disqualified. Submittal materials will not be returned.

Finalist may be provided with supplemental interview requirements and criteria as needed. Submittals must be received by June 26, 2014, 4:00 p.m. CDT. Facsimile (FAX) submittals are not acceptable and will not be considered.
LF160102

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON
COUNTY STATE OF FLORIDA
CASE NUMBER: 14-04-PR

IN RE:
NOTICE TO CREDTORS

The administration of the estate of Michelle Bell, whose death was May 7,2013 is pending in the Circuit Court for Jackson County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 4445 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL 32446. The name and address of the Attorney for the Personal Representative is set forth below.

All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publication of this notice is June 5, 2014.

Attorney for Personal Representative: /s/ Matthew D. Liebenhaut Matthew D. Liebenhaut LAW OFFICE OF MATT LIEBENHAUT, PLLC E-Mail Address: matt@liebenhautlaw.com Florida Bar No. 0047078 1210 East Park Avenue Tallahassee, FL 32301
Telephone: 850-270-6977 Fax: 850-254-7881
Attorney for Personal Representative JUNE 5and JUNE 12, 2014 LF16083 NEPA/S106 PUBLIC NOTICE
Cellco Partnership and its controlled affiliates doing business as Verizon Wireless (Verizon Wireless) proposes to build a 260' tall selfsupport Communications Tower. Anticipated lighting application is a dual red/white, medium intensity flashing strobe with steady burning red side markers. The Site location is near Thomas Street and Main Street, Cottondale, Jackson County, FL, 32431, at Latitude N30-4727.489, Longitude W85-22-31.15. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Antenna Structure Registration (ASR, Form 854) filing number is A0893308. ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS - Interested persons may review the application (www.fccgov/asr/applications) by entering the filing number. Environmental concerns may be raised by filing a Request for Environmental Review (www.fccgov/asr/environ mentalrequest) and online filings are strongly encouraged. The mailing address to file a paper copy is: FCC Requests for Environmental Review, Attn: Ramon Williams, 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC 20554. HISTORIC PROPERTIES EFFECTS - Public comments regarding potential effects on historic properties may be submitted within 30 days from the date of this publication to: Virginia Janssen, Principal Archaeologist, Dynamic Environmental Associates, inc., 3850 Lake Street, Suite C, Macon, GA 3 1204, (877) 968-4787, Secl06@DynamicEnviro nmental.com. Re: 21402023 ____







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A gift for Junior

Dale Earnhardt Jr. was king of the mountain at HENDRICK LINEUP
Pocono Raceway on Sunday, thanks, in part, to the Since the second Cup Series race at Pocono misfortune of Brad Keselowski. Snetescn u eisrc tPcn
Keselowski was on his way to victory, but his No Raceway in 2012, Hendrick Motorsports has won all
2 Team Penske Ford picked up debris on the grille, four Cup Series races at the "Tricky Triangle." Jeff wc Taueseordhipengiekedmupeturespile Gordon started the streak in 2012. Jimmie Johnson which caused his engine temperature to spike. and Kasey Kahne swept in 2013. Dale Earnhardt , He tried to run up to Danica Patrick's rear bum- Jr's win Sndy man sw alln four He n r d t per to blow the debris off the front of his car, but oast a Pocono win in the past three seasons, lost just enough momentum to allow Earnhardt's No. 88 Chevrolet to go zipping past for the lead WHAT DID HE SAY? and eventual victory.
"I was trying to make whatever move I could do Brian Vickers finished 19th at Pocono in the No. to help clean it off, and I'm not sure I did enough to 55 Toyota and provided this head-scratching commake a difference," Keselowski said. "But I made ment after the race: "Not that great. We were OK enough of a difference to lose the by ourselves, just had no speed in traffic. Just kept lead in the process, floating the nose and couldn't get around guys."
"I thought I had enough of a cushion, and when I got down in the corner and the car in front of me got Associated Press / MIKE POLL sideways, I realized I had made a mistake. But it Junior, being congratulated by Jimmie was too little, too late," Johnson after winning the Pocono
The win was Earnhardt's 400 on Sunday, knows enough
second of the season after about racing's give-and-take nature opening 2014 with a tremen- to simply grin and accept a trophy dous triumph in the Daytona without asking questions. 500 at Daytona International Speedway.
"Brad definitely hadi the better car, and I am definitely owning up to that, but we won the race," Earnhardt said. "We are definitely going to enjoy it. It goes into the books."
The way the air flows at
Pocono, the
lead car had a distinct
advantage
Sunday.
When Earn-. hardt got
to the front. he knew
the victory
was in the
bag - atthe expense of
Keselowski.
Earnhardt
shrugged off Keselowski's misfortune. Earnhardt has been on the losing side of that coin-flip several times in recent years, such asthe Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte two years ago when he ranout of gas on the last lap, giving the victory to Kevin Harvick.
"That is unfortunate for him (Keselowski)," Earnhardt said. "He had me beat; I couldn't get to him. Just real hard to pass here. k But I have lost some in some strange ways, so it feels good to win one like that.'


Kyle Larson reflects on a productiveweekend at Pocono


Kyle Larson had a great weekend at Pocono
Raceway. He won the ARCA race on Saturday
and finished fifth in the Sprint Cup Series event
on Sunday.
Larson, a Cup rookie, drives the No. 42 Ganassi Racing Chevy. He was interviewed by the
media after Sunday's race.
Talk about the race and your fifth-place
finish.
"Yeah, it was a lot better finish than what I jthought we were going to get, After Happy Hour


(Saturday), I thought we might be a 15th-place car, maybe a little bit better, but all the guys on the Target team did a great job to get the car better.
"I knew from the drop of the green we were going to be pretty good. It seems like most races I fire off really, really loose in dirty air, and today I had a lot of grip so I knew that was a good sign. Just worked on It a little bit throughout the day and got better and put ourselves in position on that last restart to try and make a


move to get a better finish and, It all worked out and we got to fifth,
"I thought we were a little bit better than Denny ,(Hamlin) at the end, but he did a good job holdIng me off, I'll take a top-five here at Pocono," How was the shifting?
"To be honest with you, I did miss a couple shifts, Yeah, just twice, which is a lot better than probably it would have been if I didn't practice shifting a whole lot. Surprisingly there was only two times... when I was battling people, when I


was pretty excited,"
Tell us what you learned about the track by driving the ARCA race Saturday.
"I think I learned a little bit that helped me through Turn 2 in the ARCA cars. They're a lot slower so you have to roll a little bit quicker,
I think I just took that into today a little bit, and it seemed like I was rolling a little quicker through Turn 2 than I had been in the test."
"Also the car was better, too, so fwas able to roll a bit quicker,"


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