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Every October, the number of pink ribbons attest to the number of North Florida women who have survived, who are battling breast cancer and those who lost the fight.

In a society where it is often considered politically incorrect to talk about matters of faith, the Suwannee Democrat, Jasper News and Mayo Free Press are asking their readers to share their faith with the entire community.

Our military veterans have defended our rights throughout the distant past of our nation’s history to the battles that are as fresh as today’s headlines.

Three months ago, nearly 500 high school football teams across the state opened their seasons with the goal to still be playing this week.

This week, newspapers across the nation recognize National Newspaper Week and the theme — Journalism Matters Now More Than Ever — points to the importance of accurate reporting, watchdog journalism, strong editorials, comprehensive public notices and a free, open public forum that can be eas…

This Week's Circulars

Obituaries

Mrs. Carol "Janet" Hunt Avery, 73, of McAlpin, Florida passed away early Tuesday morning, March 31, 2020. She was born in Hildreth, Florida on February 17, 1947 to Mack and Addie Slocum Hunt. Mrs. Avery worked as a Bellsouth telephone operator for twenty years. She was a devoted member of th…

Abraham Matthews, 45, McAlpin, FL passed away on Saturday, March 21, 2020. The Gainesville, FL native lived most of his life in McAlpin and was of Methodist faith. He loved trains, the Confederate, history and flea markets. Mr. Matthews is survived by his mother: Kathy Wilson; father: Joe Ma…

On Sunday, March 15, 2020, Robert W. Nicholson, Sr., loving husband and father of five children, passed away at the age of 87. He was preceded in death by his father and mother, 13 siblings, son Chuck Nicholson, and grandson Rocky Nicholson. He was a Korean War Veteran and a sheet metal mech…