Friday, February 28, 2020

History of Davis-West House

Written by  Claude Reese Our publisher thinks the series I did on antebellum Greenwood was well received. He has...

Death on a Pale Horse By Dale Cox

And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him....

Chipola officials plant historical tree

Chipola College officials hosted a tree-planting ceremony April 16 to plant a white oak descended from a tree growing at the home...

School Board Building Is Gone!

It was 1:30 on March 26, 1968, a typical Marianna spring afternoon when there was a most unexpected event in downtown Marianna.

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

Written by Staff Parishioners of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Marianna began their anniversary celebration of 175 years in...

What Happened To The Trees?

Being often asked this question, this writer will attempt to remind us all of the Russ Street to Caledonia Street canopy that...

Coral’s Gables, A Marianna House With a Civil War Story

The home called "Coral's Gables"
Russ House

Jackson County will add a ‘Michael’ memory at the Russ House

Following Hurricane Michael, Washington County resident Chad Gainey began traveling the impacted areas providing what he termed as chainsaw sculptures to commemorate...