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Frustration over county’s user fees for field lights

The county’s Recreation Advisory Board is having an identity crisis.

When half of the 10-member panel convened the evening of October 27, they questioned their purpose and usefulness, and thus whether they should continue meeting regularly, particularly while the Baker County Commission searches for a new county manager. Read More »

Pro-school impact fee resolution passed

Appealing to the Baker County Commission’s “spirit of cooperation” Monday night, the school board unanimously adopted a resolution urging the continuation of growth-impact fees to help fund future classrooms despite falling enrollment in recent years. Read More »

2 years for vicious beating



A circuit judge on October 27 sentenced a Sanderson woman to two years in prison for her role in a vicious beating that took place over several hours in April of this year. Read More »

Convicted drug dealers re-arrested



A convicted felon with a lengthy criminal record and two other felony charges pending against him was back in jail the evening of October 31 after he was caught with nearly $1200 in cash, powder cocaine and small baggies commonly used to package the drug. Read More »

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