Historic flight took place in 1964
The 50th Anniversary of Jerrie Mock’s Flight Around the World
Sister reveals story about brother sentenced to Dozier school
For the past couple of years The Herald has printed articles from the University of South Florida concerning the Dozier Boys School (Florida Industrial School for Boys) in Marianna.
Havana okays median maintenance contract
The Havana town council met last Tuesday morning to discuss highway maintenance issues, among other items.
NetQuincy to cease ops
As of October 2, 2014, NetQuincy will cease operations.
Football Season Kicks Off!!!
JAGUARS LOSE AT PINE FOREST, HOST RUTHERFORD IN REC LEAGUE, MIDDLE SCHOOL NIGHT AT CORRY FRIDAY
"We're getting better." East Gadsden coach Antonio Carter said after his Jaguars took their second trip to Pensacola in a week last Friday
CATS LOSE SEASON OPENER
Saint Augustine Saint Joseph's football team traveled to Corry Field Friday night and left with a 33-14 win over Munroe.
GOOD DEFENSE IN SPITE OF LOSS FOR PANTHERS
If West Gadsden head coach Joey Striplin was scratching his head after Friday nights 14-6 loss to FAMU High one could hardly blame him.
Edward A. Campbell, 67, of Tallahassee, passed away Friday, August 29, 2013 at Big Bend Hospice House, with his family at his bedside.
The graveside funeral service was held at 12 Noon on Tuesday, September 2, 2014 at Woodland Cemetery in Havana. His family received friends from 10 a.m. until 12 noon at Faith Funeral Home (850-539-4300 or www.faithfuneralhome.com)
He was born November 14, 1946 in Tallahassee. He was resided in Tallahassee and Concord with his mother Madeline Hatcher most of his life. Edward was an avid outdoorsman and skilled fisherman who had endless passion for helping friends and family. He would not miss an opportunity to catch that record fish, and was talented enough to make it possible. The only thing that came before the love for the outdoors was the chance to help a friend or family member. He was a devoted and loving son, brother, father and grandfather that loved spending time with his family. He was a man of tremendous honesty and character.
Edward is survived by his brother, Ary J. Miller (wife Catherine); a sister, Theresa Miller; daughter, Christy Keesee; and his son-in-law, Tim Keesee. He was a proud “Papa” to granddaughters Amanda and Cody Poppell, and granddaughter Taylor Keesee all of Tallahassee.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Madeline Hatcher, son, Chip Campbell, and his brother, Roy Campbell.
GADSDEN COUNTY ELECTION RESULTS
And the winners are ...
High speed chase results in arrest
Ron Christopher Howard, 23, of Midway, is now in jail following a high speed chase in a stolen car last week.
PARACHUTING FOR PARKINSON’S
It was a day made for flying and those at the Quincy-Gadsden airport heard the buzz of many engines starting up as flyers of all types took to the air.
Havana man charged with arson of home
A fire at 105 Earnest Johnson Road just south of Havana has landed one man in jail.
County will take building for free!
Tallahassee Community College (TCC) has made a proposal to sell the W.A. Woodham Center (sheriff’s office building) to the county.
Panthers beat Sneads in jamboree
"It was just a quarter of play, but I thought we did pretty good," said West Gadsden head football coach Joey Striplin about his team’s play in Friday night’s football jamboree in Sneads.
Tough night in Cottondale for Bobcats
Munroe's football team went to Cottondale last Thursday night to compete in a three-team jamboree.
EAST GADSDEN LOSES AT PENSACOLA WASHINGTON
Pre-season football play didn’t go well for the East Gadsden Jaguar team.
Reverend Dan J. Clemons, Sr.
The conclusion of funeral services for the Reverend Dan J. Clemons, Sr. will be held on Sunday, August 31st , 3PM at the New Jerusalem M. B. Church in Havana, where Pastor Julius Harris in the Shepherd. Pastor Matthew Bryant of the St. John A. M. E Church, Quincy will deliver the Eulogy. The Interment will be held at Hopewell A. M.E. Church Cemetery in Havana, FL.
Reverend Dan J. Clemons, Sr., 79 passed on Sunday, August 17th in Tampa, FL after toiling with an extensive illness. Dan J. Clemons, Sr. was born on June 1, 1935 and grew up in the Havana (Hwy 12)/Gadsden County area where he was educated, started his Christian walk, worked in many capacities and strived as a man for many years. In the late 1970s he and his then family moved to Haines City/Polk County area where he served as Pastor of the New Beulah M. B. Church. Again Reverend Dan J. Clemons, Sr. worked in many capacities and strived for many, many years and then retired. In June, 2010 after his 75th birthday he moved back to his beloved “Havana” where he reacquainted himself with old family and friends along with new ones. Due to his failing health in June of this year, Dan J. Clemons, Sr. moved with his youngest daughter back to the Polk County area.
Reverend Dan J. Clemons led a full and blessed life with his family, co-workers, church members and friends. Memories of him will be cherished by his sister Erma L. “Bit” Waiters, his children, his grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of sorrowing family and friends near and far.
Funeral Arrangements entrusted to the Holmes Funeral Directors of Haines City, FL, 863-419-2700, www.holmesfd.com.
Humbly submitted by Mrs. Mildred Michelle Clemons-Youmans, daughter.