Baker County Friends of the Instrumental Arts, a nonprofit group benefiting local music programs, has raised nearly $25,000 in its five-year history, including funds for an 18-piece drum set donated to Westside Elementary School last week.
Daily Archives: September 2, 2014
Three Baker County men were taken into custody during the last year as part of an investigation into what local and federal authorities say is likely a Mexican meth distribution ring supplying a very pure form of the drug to buyers in Northeast Florida. Read More »
Kaylee Padgett has been dancing and waving brightly colored pool noodles in front of her mother’s Macclenny fireworks store in the run-up to Independence Day.
Participants annual nine-day race of antique vehicles from Maine to Florida rolled through Baker County the morning of June 28 after leaving Savannah on the way to Jacksonville one day before reaching the finish line at The Villages.
The image above at right was photographed by Anna Denis Lewis in the Burger King parking lot on South 6th Street while the others by Leigh Dubie were captured as the cars headed east on Mud Lake Road.
Photos by Leigh Dubie and Anna Denise Lewis