Daily Archives: April 12, 2023

Tallahassee Community College adds three bachelor’s degree programs

Tallahassee Community College received approval from the State Board of Education to add three new bachelor’s degree programs: Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Administration, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, and Bachelor of Science in Exceptional Student Education.  “We are excited to receive approval for three new degrees,” Tallahassee Community College’s President Jim Murdaugh….

Havana Police Department Dispatchers

The Havana Police Department dispatch staff consists of a team of five local men and women, with a combined 60 plus  years of career experience. Each dispatcher works a solo 8-hour shift, and phones are manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Much like our small-town police department handles a variety of calls…


Tammie Sykes

Tammie Sykes knows dispatching. For just under 20 years, Sykes has either dispatched or taught dispatching in Gadsden County. She got her start at the Quincy Police Department as a mother of a young child. Sykes says she was looking for full-time employment that fit her scheduled needs as a parent, and someone informed her…


T.J. Crawford

For over 20 years, T.J. Crawford has been dispatching in Gadsden County. Crawford got his start in the dispatching career in 2000, when he joined the team at Quincy Police Department. For Crawford, having a career in or alongside law enforcement was always something he imagined himself doing.  His father was a state trooper, andCrawford…

Kiwanis club re-emerges in Havana

The Kiwanis Club Membership Chair for the State of Florida, Tommy Mills, recently met with several locals to discuss establishing the Kiwanis Club of Havana. The organizational meeting, hosted by Gocki’s Restaurant and Retail, attracted current and past members. Mills addressed the needs of the youth in the community. “The Kiwanis Club provides a great…

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