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Exit from Shoals would be expensive

For years county officials have been under the mistaken impression that if Shoals Park ever became a drain on the county’s finances, the county could simply give it back to the land conservation group Florida Communities Trust, which the sprawling 2400-acre park during the last six years or so. Read More »

District chided in audit by the state

The state’s latest audit of the Baker County School District shows a number of concerns related budgeting, financial management, cybersecurity and health insurance enrollment during the fiscal year that ended last summer. Read More »

U.S. 90 repaving to begin

Baker County motorists should be advised that repaving and other improvements along U.S. 90 from the Columbia County line to Sanderson will begin next week, and should be completed by late summer. Read More »

Legislators favor widened alert system

Late last year an 8-year-old autistic boy wandered into the woods and was found two days later. Last week an elderly woman believed to have dementia was found waist deep in Turkey Creek after being missing only a few hours.  Read More »

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