Calhoun County Superintendent of Schools Ralph Yoder has announced that Blountstown Middle School exceptional student educator Sandra White has been nominated as a 2013-14 national LifeChanger of the Year.
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Dec. 4: Loretta Swearengin, out of county warrant; Christopher Reid Barton, DUI; San Marco Baker, VOP; Frank Justin Huber, violation of community control; James Phillip Mayo, manufacture of meth
Dec. 5: Danny Odell Carnley, DUI with property damage, DUI with injury to another, poss. of l/t 20 grams; James Phillip Mayo, violation of conditional release; Douglas Ray Lunsford, VOP; Donald Craig, failure to appear
Dec. 6: Linda Fletcher Starr, DWLSR, attached plate not assigned
Dec. 8: Henry Lee Mills, failure to register motor vehicle; Corrian Lamar Davis, reckless driving; Corey Evan Guilford, operating a motor vehicle without a license
Dec. 9: Jeffrey David Chapman, grand theft
Nov. 25: Jerry Lee Davis, failure to register; Anthony Scott Reddick, driving while license suspended or revoked
Nov. 27: Michael Mayo, violation of community control; Crystal Abernathy, violation of probation
Nov. 29: Jamie Dawson, non support
Nov. 30: Rafael Hazley, domestic battery
Dec. 2: Tanya Renee Whitfield, DUI, reckless driving
Dec. 3: Tim Earl McCormick, criminal registrant
A beloved Calhoun County resident passed away Tuesday morning after reportedly having a heart attack, then crashing.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Paul Mattice, 56, owner of Paul's Wrecker Service, was behind the wheel of a 1999 Dodge Wrecker headed westbound on SR 20 just before 11:30 a.m. Sources say his passenger, Kenneth Hopkins, 21, was accompanying him on a wrecker call. Hopkins told authorities Mattice suffered a medical emergency, pulled onto the west shoulder, then continued in a westerly direction and entered the ditch. The front of the truck hit a telephone junction box.
Mattice was taken to Calhoun-Liberty Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Paul had a bright smile and kind word for everyone he encountered. We will miss seeing him in The County Record office. Our prayers are with his loved ones.
The County Record had already gone to press at the time of Mattice's passing. We will update his obituary information on our website as soon as it becomes available.