The other day I was going to make a sandwich and when I went to open the refrigerator I had to move five or six things out of the way before I could get into it. I scratched my head and wondered when refrigerators became family art galleries. Read More »
Daily Archives: September 25, 2014
Kailynn Pembelton of Macclenny, a fourth grade student at Keller Intermediate School, was selected for a $1000 scholarship from the Baker County Farm Bureau for growing a prize-winning 22-pound cabbage over the summer. Read More »
A circuit judge hit a former high school substitute teacher with a stringent five-years on sexual offender probation after she pleaded no contest on September 16 to making a sexually explicit phone call to one of her students.
Baker County is ready for the new fiscal year to begin on October 1 with a new budget, a salute to military veterans, a brand new Recreational Advisory Board, and contracts for everything from pest control services to public health care. Read More »