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Lettes: Lincoln was a racist and war criminal

Dear Editor:

By the time Abraham Lincoln, the first Republican president, took office in March 1861, seven southern states had already seceded: South Carolina, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida. If South Carolina‚Äôs secession meant anything, it could not permit the federal government to maintain a military fort on its soil. Read More »

Judge certifies inmate as a sexual predator

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A circuit judge ruled on June 23 that a state prisoner due to be released this week after serving 15 years qualifies for sexual predator status. Read More »

New state budget: mixed bag for local agencies

Last week Governor Rick Scott signed the 2015-16 state budget into law and the outcomes were mixed at the local level with increases in education, road improvement and social services funding, but also cuts and unmet budget requests that will be felt elsewhere here. Read More »

Tools stolen while owner on vacation

A Macclenny man reported the afternoon of June 28 that approximately $880 worth of tools had been stolen from the shed of his Ira Starling Road residence while he was out of town. Read More »

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