NO SHOCKER THERE:
The West Gadsden Panthers basketball team took home another district championship and will be gearing up for another post-season run - ho, hum. But Andrew Moten and his well-balanced, unselfish crew defeated Liberty County and Franklin County on their way to the 1A-District 4 championship and will host Bratt-Northview on Thursday, February 12. [Full Story »]
Leah Lorenzo Tucker, 34, of Tallahassee went to heaven Tuesday morning, February 10, 2015.
Leah was born in Santa Maria, CA. on May 23, 1980 to Dario and Francisca Lorenzo. She graduated from Cypress Creek High School and received a degree in psychology from the University of Central Florida. She was married to Dan Tucker on December 5, 2004 who pastors Gracepointe Church in Tallahassee.
Leah worked for the State of Florida for many years before becoming a full time mom and pastor’s wife. She loved spending time with her husband, children, and close friends from her church. Leah was very passionate about sharing her story of how God had changed her life after surrendering her life to Jesus Christ.
She especially enjoyed teaching her children and spending time with her army of amazing moms from Classical Conversations, a.k.a. her other family. She was an avid reader and a kind hearted servant always looking for ways to minister to others.
She was survived by her children Elijah 8, Joshua 4, and Zivah 1 week. She is also survived by her amazing parents Dario and Francisca Lorenzo, two wonderful brothers Jayson and Rhyan and many cousins, aunts, and uncles and her loving grandmother Nemesia Ramelb.
A memorial service will be held in her honor at 11:00 Saturday, February 14th, at Seminole Baptist Church 3330 N. Mission Rd Tallahassee, FL. 32303.
Her family asks that you consider giving to The Leah Tucker Memorial Fund @ YouCaring.com or the Tallahassee Women’s Pregnancy Center.
But we do not want you to be uninformed, brothers, about those who are asleep, that you may not grieve as others do who have no hope. (1 Thess.4:13)
In the ongoing case concerning Gadsden County Sheriff Morris Young’s “furlough hearing,” Florida’s First District Court of Appeals (DCA) has issued a response to the “Writ of Prohibition” filed by the sheriff.
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I don’t want to get sued talking about someone’s product so I won’t mention any names, but our Internet service at The Herald has not been dependable lately. Our provider had been pretty good since I changed from our old service last year, but recent disruptions now seem more frequent.
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You learn it at home. Or you don’t. If those who raise you don’t themselves deal with life situations with honesty and integrity, you, from babyhood on up, won’t find them in a schoolroom textbook. That’s sad. It also makes problems for everyone who has to deal with anyone who doesn’t have those traits.
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10 YEARS AGO
Meeting with the Havana town Council, members of the Veterans Memorial Committee learned that the proposed location of the Veterans Memorial at the town’s Community Park would have to be moved. Town Manager Susan Freiden informed the committee that the chosen location would not be suitable because the memorial would sit atop buried debris from the old Havana Middle School building, which once occupied part of the site. The committee quickly agreed to move the memorial 50 feet away, in front of the library. [Full Story »]