BRANFORD — As she had during morning announcements throughout the year, Kinleigh Collins signed off Friday night at Branford High’s graduation.
LIVE OAK — The 8th annual Gary Edwards Leadership Day will be held Thursday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. with a community drive-through food distribution in partnership with the Florida Gateway Food Bank.
ATLANTA — As Atlanta sees a fifth day of mass protests, Georgia’s top health official worries the large gatherings will cause further spread of COVID-19.
LIVE OAK, Fla. — Suwannee County school officials say they did not prohibit or discourage a Suwannee High graduate from taking part in Saturday’s commencement ceremony.
JASPER — For the first time in a week, Hamilton County didn’t seen an increase in COVID-19 coronavirus cases when the Florida Department of Health released its update Tuesday morning.
THOMASVILLE — With the onslaught of the deadly COVID-19 virus came cessation of City of Thomasville back-door residential trash pickup and city recycling services.
ATLANTA — On Sunday night, under the glow of the Ferris wheel and with the lingering sting of tear gas in the air, Farees Kaleemah extended his hand to an Atlanta police officer.
Condolences are pouring in from political leaders from across the state following the death Tuesday morning of former state Rep. Rusty Kidd at a Macon hospital.
BRANFORD — As dark and dreary as the sky was Thursday for Branford High’s baccalaureate service, Darryl Cannon provided a bright contrast.
DALTON, Ga. — They filled the south lawn of the Whitfield County Courthouse Monday afternoon — black and white and brown, male and female. Some 300 of them kneeling in support of criminal justice reform.
DALTON, Ga. — The protest wave that has spread across the nation in the wake of the death of George Floyd while in police custody in Minnesota last week reached Dalton on Monday, with some members of the crowd noting it's past time for action on the issue of inequality in America, while also emphasizing the importance of keeping protests peaceful.
LIVE OAK — The Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office is searching for two men that are accused of stealing from the Live Oak Busy Bee on Sunday.
President Donald Trump's threat to use military force nationwide if governors fail to deploy the National Guard in sufficient numbers to quash protesters is based on the Insurrection Act of 1807.
(The Center Square) — President Donald Trump on Monday said he will deploy the U.S. military to American cities and states if governors and local officials don't do enough to stop the rioting and looting that has occurred in the wake of protests over the killing last week of George Floyd, a …
(The Center Square) — State and local officials were anxiously awaiting what Monday night might bring after weekend protests statewide were marred by violence, property damage and tense confrontations with police.
JASPER — The Florida Department of Health confirmed six new cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus Monday in Hamilton County, raising the county’s total to 239 known cases.
ATLANTA — In response to the spark of violent protests in downtown Atlanta Friday night, the mayor ordered a 9 p.m. curfew until sunrise Sunday.
MOULTRIE, Ga. — The Brooks, Colquitt, Grady, Mitchell, and Thomas County Joint Development Authority (JDA) will launch an employer needs assessment project on Monday, June 1.
JASPER — Ten new confirmed cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus were announced Saturday in Hamilton County by the Florida Department of Health, raising the county’s total to 230 known cases.
MAYO — Taking top honors in Lafayette High School’s virtual senior awards ceremony, Dawson Jackson was named valedictorian for the Class of 2020 with Jarrett Pearson named salutatorian.
JASPER — After 33 years in education, Dr. Felecia Faye Jones Moss has announced her campaign to serve as superintendent of Hamilton County schools.
ATLANTA — What started as hundreds of peaceful protestors marching the streets of Atlanta turned into a clash with police.
CAIRO — In his 16 years with the Cairo Police Department, nearly all of it on patrol, Lt. Tyrone Griffin said he’s always wanted to do more, but never truly had a chance to dig into an investigation.
JASPER — The Florida Department of Health announced 12 additional cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Hamilton County on Friday, including 10 more positive inmates at Hamilton Correctional Institution.
This Week's Circulars
Mr. Robert Evans Warner, II, 84, passed away May 30, 2020 at the Suwannee Valley Care Center in Lake City, following an extended illness. He was the son of the late Carl Ray and Sadie A. Martin Warner. He worked for thirty one years as an agricultural inspector for the State of Florida, serv…
Gene Dempsey Henderson, age 90, of Live Oak, FL, passed away Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at Solaris of Lake City following a lengthy illness. He was born in Jasper, FL living most of his life in Live Oak. He was a master welder and member of the First Advent Christian Church. He was veteran of t…
J.D. Greene, Jr. 76, Live Oak, FL passed away on Sunday, May 24, 2020. He was a lifelong resident of Suwannee County, Vietnam Veteran while serving in the Army, a member of American Legion and was of Baptist Faith. Mr. Greene is survived by his daughter: Shannon Poppell, Live Oak, FL; two so…
- SHS bars graduate from walking in dress uniform
- Man drowns at Little River Springs
- Peaceful ‘Unity Rally’ held in Live Oak
- SCSO thanks residents for help in solving shooting
- Fit of rage leads to assault, animal cruelty charges
- Dalton man charged with murder denied bond a second time
- SCSD officials: student chose not to participate
- Supreme Court to publicly reprimand Scaff
- SCSO searching for suspects following Busy Bee theft
- Hamilton adds 2 cases, Suwannee 1