A criminal complaint for violating an earlier trespass warning was issued for Katherine Johnson, 54, of Jacksonville after she and an unknown male were seen at the residence of Solomon Burnsed on CR 125 N. the morning of September 14.
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With the five-month open enrollment period for the federal health insurance exchange beginning October 1, the Health Planning Council of Northeast Florida is spreading the word about how the more than 3 million uninsured Floridians, including almost 5000 in Baker County, can apply for coverage.
In early April when School Superintendent Sherrie Raulerson announced she suspended varsity football coach Ryan Sulkowski for ten days without pay during spring break for improper use of a school credit card, both she and the coach insisted he voluntarily informed the BCHS bookkeeper of the errant charges before the February VISA bill was received.
That version of events conflicts with statements contained in documents recently obtained by The Press concerning the investigation into the coach’s use of the card to purchase liquor at Whitey’s Fish Camp near Fleming Island the evening of February 13.
Last week’s Macclenny City Commission election, pitting a Democrat and two Republicans against each other in a non-partisan race, was a pretty close win for Sam Kitching, the lone Democrat.