Samantha Brown is named Jackson Hospital’s Employee of the Quarter. Brown has been a part of the Jackson Hospital family for over six years.
Marianna’s Christmas parade and festival on Friday, Dec. 2, kicked off the holiday season, with other municipalities and other entities set for community celebrations today, Saturday, Dec., 3, and on other dates this month. Here’s a look at some of what’s to come today and later this month.
We’re getting closer to what many of us consider the most popular Holiday of the year.
The Cottondale High School Hornets basketball team opens the year with one lost and two wins.
The following people were booked into the Jackson County jail during the latest available reporting period, Nov. 29-Dec. 1:
The Marianna Police Department issued the following press release regarding the arrests of a driver and passenger in the course of a traffic stop on Wednesday, Nov. 30:
Luciana and Todd Scheuer are cycling the Southern Tier bike trail this fall.
Graceville High School will retire the number worn by the late Carla Williams when the standout basketball player was a Tiger.
The 13th annual Vintage Campers Club Christmas Camp is set for early next month at Three Rivers State Park in Sneads, with a 5-8 p.m. public event on Dec. 10.
The 2022 Reagan Jam session is set for two days after Christmas and the holiday-time concert of several years will have some new performers this year, according to organizer Royce Reagan.
Eddie was a unique child growing up; he was born two-and-a-half months premature in 1954, way before today’s technology. It was a lot of prayer and challenging work on the part of doctors, nurses, and especially our parents that he survived.
A judge has accepted a plea deal for a man who randomly killed a Florida couple in their garage six years ago and then chewed on one victim's face.
The Jackson County School Board, and the governing bodies of Grand Ridge and Sneads will meet in a joint workshop session on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 5 p.m. to discuss the future PK-8 school that will serve children of the two towns.
Registration for the spring semester at Chipola College is now open for all new and currently enrolled students. Spring classes begin on Monday, Jan. 9.
Jackson County high school basketball coaches are now getting ready for the season to start and will test their players in a four-day tournament just after Christmas.
The following people were booked into the Jackson County jail during the latest available reporting period, Nov. 23-28:
The Sneads Pirates almost made it to the final four in their quest for a regional football title, but a 49-14 loss to the Blountstown Tigers last Friday brought that hope to an end.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office issued the following press release about the recent arrest of Jeffrey Lane.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office issued the following press release regarding the arrests of a driver and his passenger on Nov. 25.
The road into Sneads from Interstate 10 is Gloster Avenue. It was once the center seam of downtown, with merchants all along the way in a thriving business district.
A historic Sneads retail business on Gloster Avenue is continuing its collapse. Shortly after an afternoon rainfall (on Sept. 5), the top of the storefront brick wall fell onto the sidewalk. The building is one of the few that remain in old downtown Sneads.
This time of the year is exciting to many of us, but not all of us.