Mrs. Delia Taylor Rudd, 97, of Quincy, passed May 4, 2014. She was born December 10, 1916 in Quincy, Florida and was predeceased by her husband, Norman Rudd; son, D. J. Rudd; and parents, Warren and Pearle Mock Taylor; and sisters, Agnes Rudd and Trudie Taylor. [Full Story »]
On my desk is a large file of memos and other documents from the Department of Environmental Protection. Individually there are no smoking guns, but taken as a whole you can watch the slow-motion dismantling of Florida’s environmental watchdog, reduced from a pit-bull to a toy poodle. The bite is gone, all that’s left is the yap.
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10 YEARS AGO
It’s not often that local taxpayers come out ahead on a deal, but in this particular case they did. Officials gathered at the W.A. Woodham Justice Center to officially dedicate a new generator that could power the entire building for up to three days during power outages caused by disasters. Thanks to the generator being donated by the National Weather Service, along with other donations, the project cost the county $38,000, a savings of $87,000. [Full Story »]
Myles Edwards pitched the win and went four for four at the plate leading his Munroe Bobcat baseball team to a 10-0 mercy rule win over Westwood from Camilla last Thursday at Bradford May Field. [Full Story »]
Chazdin Jamarick Miller, 19, of Tallahassee has been taken into custody and is currently in the Gadsden County Jail. Miller was apprehended on Quincy police charges by the US Marshal’s Violent Fugitive Task Force in Tallahassee Friday morning.
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