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Records lawsuit tossed by judge

A circuit judge on November 21 threw out a lawsuit by an immigrant rights group against Sheriff Joey Dobson and Baker County seeking public records relating to the operation of the Baker County jail, whose majority population consists of ICE inmates. Read More »

Little change seen in Oldcastle stance

A showdown could be in the making with Oldcastle Southern Group over the company’s attempt to force county commissioners to reverse themselves and grant a sand mining permit that was denied in July.

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Fleeing car driver gets 22 months

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One of the occupants of a rental car who led police from multiple agencies on a high-speed chase over several counties before crashing near Sanderson was sentenced November 19 to 22 months in prison.

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Covered walkway for $50K?

Existing walkway to be replaced at the school board building.

Existing walkway to be replaced at the school board building.

Ever wonder what a $49,800 covered walkway looks like?

You’ll get a chance to find out next year. That’s the price tag for the soon-to-be installed walkway on the rear of the school board chamber and offices Read More »

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