Members of the Varsity Wildcat baseball team include (front row, from left) Jay Yon, Dylan Smith, Johnny Sewell, Jacob O'Bryan, Porter Smith, Jaylon Hall, Wyatt Ratliff, Seth Alday, (back row) Asst. Coach Adam Edwards, Sawyer O'Bryan, Cody Barfield, Brendan Dew, Hunter Baggett, Kyler Dew, Hunter Chason, Logan Stone, Aaron Young, Cody Finuff, Johnny Aaron, and Head Coach Robbie Fleck.
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Feb. 18: Daryl James Luke, use of false information in title, uttering forged instrument, perjury false written declaration; Natasha Jennifer Mears, manufacture of meth, poss. of meth, poss. drug equipment
Feb. 19: Michael Darrell Lollar, grand theft, DWLSR; Melissa Ann Terry, violation of community control; Bryant Washington, violation of community control; Nicholas Rance Tucker, violation of probation; Clifton Stevens, domestic battery; Joshua Clay Williams, manufacture of meth, poss. of meth, poss. drug paraphernalia
Feb. 20: Jacob Franklin Collins, VOP; Clifton Larry Stevens, dealing in stolen property; Joshua Clay Williams, dealing in stolen property; Jesse Allen Alday, dealing in stolen property; Stacy Marie Sims, failure to appear
Feb. 21: Ashley Lauren Smith, poss. l/t 20 grams marijuana; Jennifer Marie Mosher, poss. l/t 20 grams marijuana; Billy Joe Kaufman, out of county warrant
Feb. 22: Franklin O’Neil Brigham, non-support; Jeffery Tyler Jenkins, domestic battery; Cody William Tedder, leaving scene without giving info, DWLSR 2nd conviction; Patricia Jean Winfree, DUI [Full Story »]
Jimmy Musgrove, 74, of Pensacola, FL, passed away on February 19, 2014.
Jimmy was born December 2, 1938, in Altha, FL. He moved to Pensacola in 1961 to work at Chemstrand/Monsanto where he retired in 1993. He married Rita Coward in January 1962 and they resided in Pensacola until they returned to Altha to enjoy his retirement.
Jimmy was preceded in death by his loving wife, Rita Musgrove; mother and father, Rachal and Jesse Musgrove; brother, Tommy Phillips; and grandson, Nolan Musgrove.
Jimmy is survived by his son, Kevin Musgrove, of Altha; daughter, Melissa Murphy (Hudson), of Pensacola; brother, J.B. Musgrove, of Altha; two special sisters-in-law, Pat Harris and Glenda Bozeman, both of Blountstown; brother-in-law, Jerry Coward, of Baton Rouge, LA; three grandchildren, J.K. Musgrove of Altha, Brooke Schamens of Altha, and Stephanie Warren of Kingsland, GA; three great-grandchildren with one on the way; and his beloved pet, Trouble.
Memorial visitation will be Monday, February 24, at Faith Chapel North (Cantonment, FL) from 6-8 pm, with a second memorial visitation on Thursday, February 27, at the Church of God in Altha from 6-8 pm. Funeral services will be held Friday, February 28, at 3 pm (the Church of God), with burial following at Chipola cemetery.
All local arrangements are under the direction of Marlon Peavy at Peavy Funeral home in Blountstown (674-2266).
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Roy Rupert Wood, 76, of Altha, Florida, passed away Tuesday, February 18, 2014, in Tallahassee, Florida.
Roy was born in Altha, September 23, 1937, to the late John Willis and Capitola (Mathis) Wood. He was a graduate of Altha High School and served in the United States Navy.
He is survived by his wife, Annette (Brittain) Wood, of Altha; a son, Roy “Woody” Wood, Jr., of Altha; daughters, Carolyn Hindelang of Brooksville, Florida, and Terrie McCutcheon and her husband, Tim, of Altha; 10 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; two brothers, Robert Wood and wife, Ruth, and Ronald Wood and wife, Mary Ann, all of Altha; and several nieces and nephews.
The family will receive friends 5:00-7:00 p.m., Thursday, February 20, at Adams Funeral Home. The funeral will be at 11:00 a.m., Friday, February 21, in the Chapel at the funeral home with Reverend Carlton Baggett officiating. Interment will follow in New Shiloh Cemetery in Altha.
Adams Funeral Home in Blountstown is in charge of the arrangements (phone 674-5449). Online condolences may be offered to the family at adamsfh.com.
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Black History Month is underway with two big events over the weekend. The annual Black History Parade was held Saturday morning in downtown Blountstown, followed by a festival at Clay Mary Historical Site on River Street.
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