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Top 10 stories of 2014: 9 — Will need help for sewer lines, bypass

Both the City of Macclenny and Baker County will be counting on the largess of other governmental agencies to help out with the cost of two major infrastructure improvements that were still in preliminary stages in 2014 — replacement of the city’s aging sewer lines and construction of the bypass Midpoint Parkway. Read More »

Top 10 stories of 2014: 10 — We’ve got Florida’s top teacher

File photo: Tara Rhoden

File photo: Tara Rhoden

Baker County had something to crow about in December when Baker County Middle School math teacher Tara Rhoden was ranked at the top of Florida’s teachers based on a “value-added” model that measures year-to-year academic growth of her students. Read More »

Boyfriend explodes over lack of ‘greens’

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County deputies made several arrests for domestic battery over Christmas week, including a Jacksonville man who allegedly attacked his wife because she hadn’t purchased greens for him to eat. Read More »

New Years ranking in cellar on his list of favorite holidays

New Year’s Eve is fast approaching and with it 2015.

It’s been a hard year for us, but in all a good one. It started with us in Atlanta as Sara Beth struggled to recover from a horrible October car wreck. Now she’s back at school teaching and helping with the drama productions. Lots to be thankful for. Read More »

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