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Gadsden County track in the thick of things

The Gadsden County High School boys’ and girls’ track-and-field teams recently participated in two relays. On February 17 at the Chiles Relays, the boys’ team…

Quincy adopts alcohol ordinance

The Quincy City Council voted to allow locations that once sold alcohol to do so again through grandfathering as long as some store at that…

Emergency vet assistance for companion pets

You Can Make a Difference Inc. is offering grants to Gadsden County residents who need emergency veterinarian assistance for their companion pets. According to Norma…

County teachers eligible for free forestry tours

Through the Florida Forestry Teachers’ Tour, Gadsden County teachers (especially science teachers) may be eligible for a free, four-day forestry tour on Florida’s northeast coast…

Teachers do learning day on group instruction

Recently, teachers from across the Gadsden County School District gave up one-half day of their personal time and participated in a meaningful hands-on “Make-and-Take” professional…

Young author from Midway publishes book

Kylecovey Smith, of Midway, a 19-year-old second-year history major at Florida A&M who graduated from Gadsden County High School, recently published a book, “Voyages of…

TCC seeks employers for part-time job fair

Tallahassee Community College is seeking employers to participate in its Spring Part-time Job Fair on Wednesday, March 28, from 9 a.m. to noon, in the…

County’s 4H students enjoy Arbor Day

In celebration of Arbor Day, the Florida Forest Service and the Gadsden County 4H students recently planted 500 seedlings at Bear Creek Educational Forest in…

Commissioners trying to best showcase county

The Gadsden County Board of County Commissioners, through the National Association of Counties, has renewed an agreement with CGI Communications into their no-cost County Showcase…