What to do with the Russians? That’s the million dollar question, isn’t it? They are on an imperialistic high right now and all the threats in the world mean nothing to them at all. Short of a shooting war, we can’t get their serious attention, and war is the last thing most Americans want, anyway.
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With half a dozen or so satellites from countries around the world giving reports of sightings of likely pieces from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, a Boeing 777 that carried 226 passengers and 13 crew members, that country’s prime minister Najib Razak announced Monday that the flight had ended in the Indian Ocean. The plane had been missing for nearly three weeks.
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10 YEARS AGO
East Gadsden High School was setting some pretty high standards. First, the girls’ and boys’ basketball teams both made it to the semi-finals of the state championships and now the JROTC Drill Team won the state championship. The unit won two first place awards plus a third place, fourth place and fifth place award. “I’ve been trying to do this for 13 years,” said Major Shadrick Walker, JROTC instructor, “and we finally did it. I credit the support from the community and the school administration.” [Full Story »]
Buildings painted with graffiti
Two local Havana buildings were targeted with graffiti painted on their outside walls.
Midway traffic stop leads to felony arrest
While a Midway police officer was concluding a traffic stop in the westbound lanes of I-10, he noticed a gray Buick sedan fail to move over or slow down for his stopped patrol vehicle with emergency lights activated.
Troumaine Harris indicted on 1st degree murder charge
A Gadsden County grand jury returned a first degree murder indictment last Wednesday, March 19, against Troumaine Harris, 23, of Havana.
Gretna PD seizes drugs, cash, firearms
Two South Florida men were charged after an investigation led to the seizure of MDMA or “Molly,” marijuana and other drug paraphernalia.
Audit report: County reserves top $6.3 million
County commissioners heard some very good news at last week’s meeting.
Willie Westberry indicted in Chattahoochee shooting
A Gadsden County grand jury returned an indictment for first degree murder and aggravated battery causing great bodily harm with a firearm last Wednesday, March 19, on Willie G. Westberry, 26, of Tallahassee.
UPKUDO inducts Black Belts
Alpha UPKUDO has inducted two more Renshi Black Belts and two more Sensei Black Belts.
Bobcats lose first games
The Munroe baseball team took their undefeated record to the prestigious P-Town Baseball Tournament in Jacksonville last week.
Dixie Youth tourneys are the goal
The question has come up in regard to where this year’s Florida Dixie Youth Baseball State Tournaments will be held.