Wednesday, November 20, 2019

K-5 Graceville School holds groundbreaking

Dignitaries, staff, administration, and students were in full force last Friday morning as the Jackson County School Board broke ground on a...

Malone FEA lends a helping hand to a new school

The community of Malone is known for its giving nature. That giving doesn’t stop with the community but continues at Malone School....

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...

Buying local in Jackson County supports more than business owners

Hurricane Michael has come and gone but its destruction is still present.  The last six-plus months have been a challenge for many...

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...

Texting and driving can now be costly to Florida drivers

This past month, new legislation regarding texting and driving was signed into law. Now, texting at the wheel...

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...
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...

Rotary welcomes Dr. John Fogarty

Dr. John Fogarty has served as Dean of the FSU College of Medicine since August, 2008. Prior to that, he was Senior...

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....