Blountstown Middle School Principal Neva Miller extends an invitation to all veterans and their friends and families to Blountstown Middle School’s Veteran’s Day Assembly and reception on Monday, November 11, at 9 a.m. CT in the BMS Auditorium.
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On Saturday, November 2, at Cross Country Regionals in Lake City, the Blountstown District Champion Boys’ Cross Country team came in 6th place, qualifying them to go to State on Saturday, November 9, in Tallahassee.
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Oct. 29: Mardreon Taforrest Gatlin, violation of conditional release; Jerad Britt Lipford, no motor vehicle registration, state VOP
Oct. 30: Cody Schaffer, violation of county probation
Oct. 31: Clarence Reed, Jr., non-support; Haylie Jayne, poss. l/t 20 grams marijuana; Kendric Anthony Dunham, poss. of l/t 20 grams of marijuana
Nov. 2: Antwan Deshun Miller, worthless checks; Scott Marshall Williams, DUI
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Results for the Blountstown City Council runoff election were in after press time last night. Ronnie Williams, Sr. came out on top with 151 votes to David Blair's 121. According to the Calhoun County Supervisor of Elections Office, the City of Blountstown has 1456 registered voters meaning only 18.6 percent showed up at the polls to cast their ballots.
The following incident occurred after The County Record went to press Tuesday morning.
FROM THE CALHOUN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
On Tuesday, November 5, a student was found to be in possession of a firearm at the Blountstown High School. Principal Dr. Debbie Williams located an abandoned back pack on the school grounds. In an effort to locate the owner, Dr. Williams looked inside the back pack to locate a name and discovered a .22 caliber semi-automatic handgun. The back pack was secured and turned over to the School Resource Deputy. The Sheriffs Office CID responded to the school and determined the back pack belonged to a 17 year old male who was a senior. The suspect was interviewed and admiued to bringing the handgun on campus. The suspect stated that he was having some issues off campus after school and felt that his life was being threatened and, therefore, had the firearm for protection. The handgun was not loaded and no ammunition was located. The suspect admitted to stealing the handgun from his grandmother. The suspect was placed under arest for Possession of a Firearm on a School Campus which is a third degree felony. He was subsequently transported to the Department of Juvenile Justice and will be first appeared on November 6 at 1:00 pm at the Juvenile Justice Courthouse on 11th Street in Panama City.