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$20.6K more for inmate health care

While Baker County commissioners are considering reducing healthcare insurance benefits for new employees and their families, one group of people will continue to receive free health care no matter what: local inmates at the county jail. Read More »

UF widens battle on obesity

Now in the second year of a study aimed at finding the best ways to help residents in rural communities lose weight, the University of Florida is expanding the effort to more counties, including Baker County. Read More »

Eyes another ‘gas to juice’ buyer

After embarking on a deal to sell power generated from its landfill gas to Duke Energy, the New River Solid Waste Association is now looking to speed up the project and do business with a utility closer to home, at least for the first five years. Read More »

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