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Accused of firing shot into residence

A warrant will be sought for a Georgia man for multiple felony and misdemeanor charges after he fired a shot into a house containing four people, including two minors, after he was refused entry to the residence in the early morning of December 6.

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Fearful of Oldcastle suit costs

If Oldcastle Southern Group ultimately sues Baker County for denying the company’s application for a sand mining permit it won’t happen until 2014 after the holiday season ends. Meanwhile, attempts to reach a compromise and settle the issue may continue, officials said this week.

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78% of teachers ‘highly effective’

The vast majority of school teachers and administrators in Baker County earned “effective or highly-effective” ratings, according to preliminary evaluations released by the Florida Department of Education last week.

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