LIVE OAK — Voters in the City of Live Oak’s District 2 can make their voice count — and heard — beginning Monday.
JASPER — After 33 years in education, Dr. Felecia Faye Jones Moss has announced her campaign to serve as superintendent of Hamilton County schools.
MAYO — With more than 20 years of law enforcement experience, including the past 12 years as sheriff, Brian Lamb is looking to continue serving Lafayette County.
MAYO — Recognizing all the good things that the Lafayette County School District has working for it, Scott Jackson is hoping for some tweaks to make it even better.
MAYO — As her first term winds down, Lisa Walker is looking for another chance to serve on the Lafayette County Board of County Commissioners.
LIVE OAK — The daughter of a school teacher with 35 years of education experience herself, Dr. Monica Ford-Davis comes by a love of learning naturally.
MAYO — Chuck Hewett, a life-long Lafayette County resident, has announced his intent to run for a second term as the county’s tax collector in the upcoming election.
LIVE OAK — With less state funding likely on the horizon, Travis Land is hoping his financial experience can help benefit Suwannee County.
MAYO — Kyle Johnson, a lifelong resident of Lafayette County with nearly 20 years of law enforcement experience, has announced his intention to run for sheriff in this year’s election.
LIVE OAK — The Live Oak City Council will meet Monday afternoon to discuss the city’s upcoming election as well as how to conduct its meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Florida voters will be asked in November to allow all registered voters to cast ballots in an open primary with the top two vote-getters advancing to the general election.
LIVE OAK — With more than three decades of experience in the field, Laure “BeBe” Roberson III is looking to put that knowledge to work as Suwannee County’s property appraiser.
JASPER — Lisa St. John, owner of the “historic Old Shepherd House” in Jasper, has converted this little slice of Hamilton County history into a hometown café that will serve residents and visitors.
LIVE OAK — With time available to devote to the position, businessman Franklin White is seeking to bring his conservative values to the Suwannee County Board of County Commissioners.
LIVE OAK — After more than three decades of experience with land surveying, Jay Carrier has decided to seek the office of Suwannee County Property Appraiser.
With recounts ordered in three races by Secretary of State Ken Detzner, the canvassing boards in Hamilton and Suwannee counties will meet Tuesday morning.
LIVE OAK, Fla. — Ron DeSantis will be the next governor of Florida, but who will be the state's U.S. Senator is still to be determined.
I am Sandy Hurst and would like to say it is indeed an honor and privilege to be a candidate for County Commissioner District 2, which covers Precinct 5 Bright Pond Baptist Church and Precinct 8 Cross Roads, here in Hamilton County.
Greetings from Fred S. Martin, candidate for Florida State House District 10. I ran for Sheriff of Suwannee County in 2012 and 2016. I have Police Ethics, and their Oath, periodically published in the Swapper, since 2013.
This Week's Circulars
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…
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- SCSO thanks residents for help in solving shooting
- Dalton man charged with murder denied bond a second time
- Hamilton adds 2 cases, Suwannee 1
- Supreme Court to publicly reprimand Scaff
- Gamble urges residents to consider holiday’s meaning
- No new cases confirmed for area
- Drive-through testing held in Branford
- Parks and Rec not changing summer camp plans
- CRA announces plans for ‘Drive-in 4th’