Baker County remains among the least healthy counties in Florida in terms of the health outcomes for residents, but where it’s gaining some ground are what experts believe determine those outcomes.
Author Archives: Joel Addington
When County Commissioner Adam Giddens made reference in an open meeting recently to a plan in the works to solve the county’s shortage of ball field space, he was referring to early-stage discussions that hinge on DuPont selling land off SR 228 to Oldcastle for controversial sand mining, then Dupont donating formerly-mined 100-120 acres in another tract to the county. Read More »
As promised, here is part two of my everyday etiquette column. Last week my son Dylan pointed out how there needs to be a new kind of etiquette for everyday items, because people have become rude, and I agree. So here are some more observations of ordinary things that should have their own unwritten rules of conduct. Or written – since that’s what I seem to be doing.
This year, we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Smith-Lever Act that established the Cooperative Extension Service. In Florida, extension allows us all to benefit from the research and education of our land-grant universities, the University of Florida and Florida A&M University.