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‘Carols for cops’ is re-staged for student

DSC_0253A contingent from the sheriff’s department that included Sheriff Joey Dobson was on hand the morning of January 12 to greet 6-year-old Gage Spurlock for a belated Christmas caroling session at the PreK-Kindergarten Center in Macclenny where he is enrolled in kindergarten. Read More »

‘Classifieds’ defend higher compensation

boardAt loggerheads with high-ranking school district officials, the union representing most non-instructional school district employees took their plight to the school board this week. Read More »

Eight onto state HOSA competition

Eight students from the high school’s Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) club earned first, second or third place honors last weekend in a regional HOSA contest, getting them automatic bids to the state competition in April, said health science teacher Leslie Kerce in an e-mail to the school’s faculty and others. Read More »

Gateway reps touch base with eighth graders

Recruiters from Florida Gateway College met with eight graders at the middle school recently to begin preparing them for higher education. Read More »

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