Friday, February 28, 2020

Can our farmers be saved?

The devastation caused by Hurricane Michael on October 10, 2018 may be the final blow to the agriculture industry in Michael’s path....

Jackson County Courthouse scheduled to reopen in July

A renovation project to the Jackson County courthouse was expected to take six months to complete. Those renovations are predicted to be...

Ernest ‘Ernie’ Andrus walking to bring the LST 325 home to...

Ernie Andrus is a World War II veteran who enjoys life to the fullest, and it appears he always has.  Andrus made a cross-country...
Russ House

Jackson County will add a ‘Michael’ memory at the Russ House

Following Hurricane Michael, Washington County resident Chad Gainey began traveling the impacted areas providing what he termed as chainsaw sculptures to commemorate...

Marianna Rec Director addresses commission on Jennings Field

The Marianna City Commission heard from Marianna Recreation Director Clay Wells in reference to Jennings Field. Wells said his department had been...

School Board opts to suspend assistant principal without pay

Tuesday afternoon, the Jackson County School Board met in their regular monthly meeting before a packed house with many attending having to...

Rotary gives shade to Golson Elementary School

The students at Golson Elementary were smiling a little bigger Monday when they arrived at school and headed to recess. They had...

Chipola officials plant historical tree

Chipola College officials hosted a tree-planting ceremony April 16 to plant a white oak descended from a tree growing at the home...

Cattlemen present for Boots on the Hill at the Capital

Representatives from the Jackson County Cattlemen’s Association made the trip to Tallahassee to make their needs known at the annual Boots on...

County Commissioners updated on status of Blue Springs

Public Works Director Rett Daniels addressed the board in their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday night about the status of Blue Springs and...