As promised, here is part two of my everyday etiquette column. Last week my son Dylan pointed out how there needs to be a new kind of etiquette for everyday items, because people have become rude, and I agree. So here are some more observations of ordinary things that should have their own unwritten rules of conduct. Or written – since that’s what I seem to be doing.
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This year, we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Smith-Lever Act that established the Cooperative Extension Service. In Florida, extension allows us all to benefit from the research and education of our land-grant universities, the University of Florida and Florida A&M University.
Twenty-plus years ago I was head of the Baker County girls’ softball league with 16-plus teams. The problem we had then was the girls had only one field to play on and we shared it with the church groups and the men’s softball. That gave us only Saturdays to play. Read More »
A Sanderson man lost his life the afternoon of March 28 when his northbound motorcycle veered off CR 229 South, ran through a ditch and struck a utility pole.