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Liberty JROTC Raider Team rated best at Area 11

Saturday, Nov. 2 was the High School JROTC Area 11 (Western Florida) Raider Team Competition sponsored by the Vernon High School Army JROTC Program to determine which High School has the best JROTC Raider Team in Area 11. There are 12 local High School Army JROTC Programs in Area 11, but because of the competitiveness […]

State will drop charges if she meets ALL conditions Uzzell signs deferred prosecution agreement

by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor If she resigns as Liberty County School Superintendent and follows the other terms of her agreement with the state attorney’s office, Gloria “Gay” Uzzell, 51, won’t have to worry about going to trial. She was removed from office July 17 following her arrest on charges of grand theft, official misconduct […]

LCHS takes 2nd place in District after 24-7 loss to Port St. Joe

by Richard Williams, Journal sports writer PORT ST. JOE - The Liberty County Bulldogs gained more yardage than Port St. Joe, but since football is a game decided by points on the board, the Bulldogs lost 24-7. With the loss Liberty earned second place in the district and Port St. Joe claimed the district title. […]

Bulldogs head to Port St. Joe for district playoff

by Richard Williams, Journal sports writer Liberty County travels to Port St. Joe Friday, Nov. 1 for a football game to decide the district championship. The game has a scheduled start time of 7:30 p.m. The Bulldogs and Tiger Sharks go into the game with both teams having made the playoffs due to wins over […]

JROTC Raider Team is getting ready for their first competition

The local High School Army JROTC River Battalion “Mixed” (Male/Female Cadet) Raider Team is less than two weeks away from competing in their first Raider Competition at Vernon High School on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 1-2. The first ever JROTC Raider Team was formed shortly after Lieutenant Colonel Bob Quint, the JROTC Senior Army Instructor, […]

Dawgs shut out John Paul 49-0

BRISTOL - The Liberty County Bulldogs needed just one quarter to score 35 points on their way to a 49-0 rout of visiting John Paul II in high school football action Oct. 18. The Bulldogs scored their first 28 points on just eleven plays including two one play drives. On their fourth offensive play of […]

Liberty County overcomes Bozeman 49-14

by Richard Williams, Journal sports writer Liberty County trailed Bozeman 7-0 after one quarter in Thursday’s game in Panama City, but things changed with a Hunter Jacobs 44 yard touchdown reception from Micah McCaskill in the second quarter. It was the first of seven consecutive Bulldog touchdowns in a game that ended with a 49-14 […]

Cadets conquer the wall

Every Wednesday, the High School JROTC River Battalion Cadets conduct Physical Training (PT) each class period. This was no exception last Wednesday, Oct. 2. However, what was different was the level of excitement about what the physical training (PT) would be. Lieutenant Colonel Bob Quint, JROTC Senior Army Instructor brought a 26 foot climbing wall […]

BHS controls second half; holds off Liberty County 21-7

by Michael DeVuyst, contributing writer Blountstown - The Blountstown Tigers (5-0, 1-0) held off a feisty and well-coached Liberty County Bulldog team last Friday night 21-7. The cross river rivals did not disappoint the fans on Pink Out Night in support of Blountstown teacher Mrs. Theresa Curl. Blountstown overcame 5 lost fumbles and a scrappy […]

JROTC travels to Ft. Jackson for uniforms & equipment

Lieutenant Colonel Bob Quint, Senior Army Instructor for the Liberty County High School JROTC River Battalion, traveled to Fort Jackson, SC on Sept. 23 to obtain uniforms and equipment for the JROTC Cadets. Liberty County High School began a new JROTC Magnet Program in August, incorporating students from Blountstown High School and Altha High School. […]