A Calhoun County couple is making national headlines after filing a lawsuit against state agriculture officials over their First Amendment right to label their skim milk with honest information.
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Circuit Judge Martin A. Fitzpatrick has ruled today that Liberty County must pay Sheriff Nick Finch's legal fees and costs for his trial held last October. The total is $162,966.25 in fees, $6125.90 in costs, less $15,000 raised at a fundraiser, for a total of $154,092.15. Check out next week's edition of The County Record for the full story.
Authorities are seeking help from the public to identify the woman in this photo who allegedly stole items from the Calhoun Liberty Ministry Center. According to the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office, surveillance video at the Ministry Center captured images of a blonde woman in a silver hatchback loading donated items when the Ministry Center was closed. If you can identify this woman, call the Sheriff's Office at 674-5049 or Chipola Crimestoppers at 1-888-804-8494. You can remain anonymous. Last week, Crimestoppers gave a $500 cash award to the anonymous caller who aided in the recovery of approximately $5,000 in stolen goods from storage units in Jackson County. More photos on The County Record Facebook page.
For Blountstown’s own Ivana Thomas, a BHS graduate now attending Florida State University, the Strozier Library has become a second home. However, in the early morning hours last Thursday, it became a house of horrors.
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The Marianna Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding an armed robber.
Today at approximately 4:30am, a black male wearing dark colored hoodie, dark colored pants, with his face concealed with some type rag or handkerchief, entered the Tom Thumb convenience store located at 3008A Jefferson St. and held the clerk at knife point, robbing the business, and taking an undetermined amount of cash. The suspect fled the scene, traveling south on Jefferson St. If anyone has any information concerning this robbery, please contact the Marianna Police Department at 850- 526-3125 or Crimestoppers 850-526-5000.