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I Florala Police Department ARREST REPORT PAGE 2 THE FLORALA NEWS- WEDNESDAY, SEPETEMBER 24, 2014 COVINGTON COUNTY E-911 Report For Florala Area The Florala Police Department report- ed the following ar- rests for September 16-23, 2014: Justin Griffin - warrant Judson Spain - possession of mari- juana II, possession of drug parapherna- lia, open container Keith Powell- possession of marl- juana II, possession of drug parapherna- lia, open container Antoine Davis - possession of mari- juana II, possession of drug parapherna- lia Antonio J. Cal- Ioway - failure to ap- pear ***All subjects listed above are in- nocent until proven guilty in a court of law. WATTY'S BAR Monday - Saturday 11-2 Grill Opening TBA Happy Hour Specials Karaoke W-F-S 5th Avenue Florala BUCKLE UP -IT'S THE LAW! Bright House Networks Customer Notice This notice is to inform our Bright House Networks customers of upcoming changes tO their cable programming lineup. From time to time our agreements with cable channels and television stations come up for renewal While we do not anticipate any loss or disruption of service, regulations require us to notify you of the possibility of losing programming. Therefore, please be advised that our agreements with NHL Center Ice, Outdoor Channel, RFD-IV, and Youtoo remain in effect on a month-to-month basis, but w may have to cease carriage in all formats if our authority to continue is withheld. We are working diligently at this time to come to acceptable and fair terms with all these channels. Bright House Networks will offer a free preview of the Starz services starting on or before November 27, 2014 through November 30, 2014. These channels may contain PG, PG-13, TV-14, TVMA and R rated programs. To find out how to block these channels, and for more parental control information, visit or call 1-86E976EAS Programming is subject to change. Not all services available in all areas. Restrictions may apply. Starz services are carried on channels 383 and 541-548. For more information, please call 866-876-1872 or visit our website at bright house DeFuniak Springs - DeFuniak Springs Herald If you or a loved one have taken XARELTO and suffered from serious internal 'bleeding or death associated with serious bleeding, you may be entitled to compensation*. Call Davis & Taliaferro at (334) 832-9080 for a free case evaluation or go online to dangerousbloodthinners,com and complete our quick intake form. * No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be provided is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers. SEPTEMBER 16 7:49 am - Babe Lawrence Rd, Florala - EMS call 12:34 pm - Goldenrod Ave, Florala - EMS call 2:54 pm - Fifth St, Florala - police call 11:02 pm - McPhail Farm Rd, Florala - 911 hangup SEPTEMBER 17 5:27 am - Sixth St & Ninth Ave; Florala - fire call 5:39 am - Ninth Ave, Florala - duplicate call 6:27 am- Florala - non-emergency 8:55 am - McPhail Farm Rd, Florala - 911 call 3:29 pm - Eighth Ave, Florala - EMS call 4:53 pm - Fifth Ave, Florala - 911 hangup 4:58 pm - McPhail Farm Rd, Florala - EMS call 6:01 pm - Eighth Ave, Florala - EMS call 8:26 pm - Sixth Ave, Florala - police call 8:32 pm - Third Stl Florala - police call 10:38 pm - Hickory St & Fifth Ave, Florala - police call SEPTEMBER 18 1:25 pm - Finks Mill Rd, Florala - police call 3:11 pm - Goldenrod Ave, Florala - EMS call 4:35 pm - US Hwy 331, Florala - police call 7:53 pm - Seventh Ave, Florala - 911 hangup SEPTEMBER 19 6:50 am - Fifth Ave, Florala - information 9:29 am - Goldenrod Ave, Florala - EMS call 11:59 am - Longview Ave, Florala - police call 1:37 pm - Fifth Ave, Florala - 911 hangup 4:03 pm - Water Tank Dr, Lockhart - police call 7:57 pm - Sixth Ave, Florala - police call SEPTEMBER 20 10:46 am -Alabama St, Florala - police call 11:21 am - Naomi Dr, Florala-dialing mistake 7:09 pm - Water Tank Dr, Lockhart - informa- "tion 7:39 pm ' Race Track Rd, Florala - police call 8:12 pm - Marsha Rd, Florala - police call 6:40 am - Lakewood Dr, Florala - police call 4:42 pm - Union Rd, Florala - EMS call 7:23 pm - Juniper St, Florala - police call 7:33 pm - Fifth Ave, Florala - EMS call 11:41 pm - Florala - police call Healthmark Health Bronchitis is an in- flammation of the lin- ing of bronchial tubes, which carry air to and from the lungs. Often developing from a cold or other respiratory infection, acute bron- chitis is very common. Acute bronchitis usu- ally improves within a few days without last- ing effects, although a person may continue to cough for weeks. Chronic bronchitis, a more serious condition, is a constant irritation or inflammation of the lining of the bronchi- al tubes, often due to smoking. According to researchers at Mayo Clinic, chronic bronchi- tis is defined as a pro- ductive cough that lasts at least three months, with recurring bouts occurring for at least two consecutive years. Chronic bronchitis is one of the conditions included in chronic ob- structive pulmonary disease (COPD). Chronic bronchitis Matters Bronchitis - acute or chronic? signs and symptoms may include coughing, with mucus, wheezing or shortness of breath, fatigue, shortness of breath, light fever and chills. Someone with chronic bronchitis is likely to have periods when the symptoms worsen. There are lifestyle factors that increase the likelihood of de- veloping chronic bron- chitis. People , who smoke or who live with a smoker are at high- er risk of both acute bronchitis and chronic bronchitis. People who work around certain lung irritants, such as grains or textiles, or are exposed to chemi- cal fumes are at greater risk, too. Older adults, infants and young children have greater vulnerability to infec- tion. Repeated bouts of severe heartburn can also irritate the throat and make someone more prone to develop- ing bronchitis. See a physician if a cough lasts more than ROSE three weeks, prevents sleep and is accompa- nied by fever higher than 100.4 F, especial- ly if it produces bloody or discolored mucus. In some circum- stances, a physician might prescribe medi- cations. Bronchitis usu- ally results from a viral infection, so antibiotics aren't effective. How- ever, a doctor might prescribe an antibiotic they suspect a bacte- rial infection. Though it sounds odd, avoid cough medi- cine. It is best not to suppress a cough that brings up mucus, be- cause coughing helps remove irritants from the lungs and air pas- sages. However, if a cough keeps you from sleeping, try cough sup- pressants at bedtime. For someone with allergies, asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a physician may recommend an in- haler and other medi- cations to reduce in- flammation and open faithful servant. You have been faithful over a little; I will set you over much. Enter into the joy of your master.' He also who had re- ceived the one talent came forward, saying, 'Master, I knew you to be a hard man, reaping where you did not sow, and gathering where you scattered no seed, so I was afraid, and I went and hid your talent in the ground. Here you have what is yours.' But his master an- swered him, 'You wick- ed and slothful servant! You knew that I reap where I have not sown and gather where I scattered no seed? Then you ought to have invested my money with the bank- ers, and at my coming I should have received what was my own with interest. So take the talent narrowed passages in the lungs. Someone with chronic bronchitis may benefit from pul- monary rehabilitation. This is a breathing ex- ercise program in which a respiratory therapist teaches people how to breathe more easily and increase their abil- ity to exercise. In the meantime, avoid lung irritants. Don't smoke. Wear a mask when the air is polluted or if you're ex- posed to irritants, such as paint or household cleaners with strong fumes. Use a humidi- fier. Warm, moist air helps xelieve coughs and 10osens mucus in tlie airways. Be sure to clean the humidi- fier according to the manufacturer's recom- mendations to avoid the growth of bacteria and fungi in the water container. For more informa- tion regarding acute or chronic bronchitis, con- tact Dr. Mark Hash at Healthmark Walk-in Clinic, (850) 951-4556. FROM FRONT from him and give it to him who has the ten talents. For to everyone who has will more be given, and he will have an abundance. But from the one who has not, even what he has will be taken away. And cast the worth- less servant into the outer darkness. In that place there will; be weeping and gnashing of teeth.' CHILDREN'S HOME ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH is hosting a REVIVAL! REVIVAL SERVICES: Wednesday, October 1st- Saturday, October 4th 7 p.m. each evening Children's Home AOG Church has a sincere desire to help answer some of life's tough questions and wants to minister to total person - spiritual, emotional, intellectual, and social. This revival will address ways to improve your quality of life and will offer practical methods to relieve the stress which is taking a toll on the lives of those in our community. Please join us as we bring God's truth! 6974 County Highway 147W Laurel Hill, FL 32567 : Z