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UPDATE: Man killed, two injured during Rainbow Gathering
APALACHICOLA NATIONAL FOREST — One man is dead and two are in critical condition following an early morning shooting at a Rainbow Gathering near the Franklin-Liberty County line.
March 07 2015
The National Forest Service in Florida is gearing up for the 2015 prescribed fire season
The U.S. Forest Service is gearing up for the 2015 prescribed fire season with approximately 100,000 acres on the Apalachicola National Forest planned for prescribed fire to help prevent wildfires and promote a healthy forest.
October 17 2014
Florida: Georgia's thirst is to blame for Apalachicola River's woes
Gainesville, Georgia
By Jennifer Portman Democrat senior writer -- Reiterating its call for intervention by the U.S. Supreme Court, the state of Florida in a court filing Monday squarely blamed the Apalachicola River's freshwater woes on decades of Georgia 'voraciously' consuming water in the tri-state river basin.
February 18 2014
Recaptured Florida convicts had help, more arrests expected, official says
By Bill Cotterell TALLAHASSEE, Florida (Reuters) - Two recaptured killers who walked away from life terms in a Florida prison had "a lot of help" obtaining forged release papers, and more arrests are coming, the head of the state's law enforcement agency said on Sunday. The two convicted murderers, released from the Apalachicola Correctional Institute on forged documents that reduced their life ...
October 20 2013
Gov. Deal: FL should return to table, not to court
Cordele, georgia
As the AP reports that Florida Gov. Rick Scott says the state will sue the state of Georgia over its increased consumption of water that is limiting flow to the Apalachicola River, Georgia Governor Nathan deal issued his own statement.
August 20 2013
Douglas residents demand action from police department
Apalachicola, Florida
Some people in Douglas said the city's police department isn't doing enough to close unsolved murders.  Tuesday, victims' relatives rallied for justice.
August 15 2013
Murdered Woman's Body Found Near St. Vincent Sound off Apalachicola Bay
Apalachicola, Florida
Franklin County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a murder where the victim's body was found on CR 30A near the shore of St. Vincent Sound off the west end of Apalachicola Bay.
December 13 2012
Political spending up; do big spinners win?
Apalachicola, Florida
A Florida judge has accepted a plea agreement that would spare a German grandmother from a potential death sentence. Marianne Bordt, 73, was charged with first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse.
October 17 2012
Update: German grandma gets 21.5 years in slaying of 5-year-old
Apalachicola, Florida
APALACHICOLA - In a hushed Apalachicola courtroom Monday afternoon, a grieving father relived the pain of his young son's murder, and then watched as the boy's grandmother was sent to state prison for what likely will be the rest of her life. Circuit Judge Angela Dempsey sentenced...
September 28 2012
County contends with rabies case
Eastpoint, florida
A case of rabies has been confirmed from a fox killed last week in the residential district of Apalachicola. On Thursday morning, August 31, at about 8 a.m. Lisa Hooker was working in the yard of her home on Avenue D in Apalachicola when she noticed...
September 14 2012
Dr. Rose C. Kurz
Apalachicola, florida
Former director of nursing at Sheppard Pratt had co-authored a noted book on schizophrenia Dr. Rose C. Kurz, a retired psychiatric nurse and educator who had been a consultant to the Pan American Health Organization, died Aug. 3 of complications after surgery at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air.
September 04 2012
Father of slain boy opposes deal
Apalachicola, Florida
A German woman could get a settlement without trial in the 2010 drowning death of her grandson.
August 17 2012
Trial of German grandmother accused of murder postponed - News Herald
APALACHICOLA — More than two-and-one half years after the crime swept like a cold wave from Franklin County across the globe, the trial of a German national ... death penalty if convicted of first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse in the death ...
July 28 2012
Ricky Polston to be next Chief Justice of Fla. Supreme Court
Apalachicola, florida
The Florida Supreme Court elected Justice Ricky Polston to be the next Chief Justice of the state's highest court. Polston, who has served on the court since 2008, will take over from current Chief Charles Canady on July 1. Polston hails from Graceville, in Florida's Panhandle, and attended Florida State University, as an undergraduate and as law student. He was appointed to the Supreme Court by ...
April 23 2012
Ricky Polston named new chief justice
Apalachicola, florida
TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Supreme Court has...Read more
April 23 2012
Memorial Service Set for Man Killed in Crash
Apalachicola, florida
Memorial service set for man killed in crash.
April 23 2012
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