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ORANGE PARK – Evan McCall prowled the edge of the mat at the Orange Park Junior High dual match with Green Cove Springs Junior High on Wed., Dec. 4 and seemed amped to himself taking a step into … more
OAKLEAF – With the flick of a defensive end’s wrist, the Clay County football season crashed to a fall of near-misses and maybe next years with many teams “almost” fulfilling the dreams from … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay High sophomore swimmer Sara Stotler should have two gold medals in her hand as she executed top times for her two events; 100 butterfly and 200 individual medley, but … more
ORANGE PARK - Clay High’s invigorated basketball team, led by center Cooper Vaughan’s tough inside play, had a unique double on their schedule with the Knights of both Oakleaf and Creekside high … more
KISSIMMEE – Fleming Island High wrestling coach P.J. Cobbert got a little intel to put in his back pocket this weekend after a slugfest of sorts with a handful of top teams from Georgia and Florida … more
AUBURN, AL – Ridgeview High sophomore Matthew Rodriguez continued his onslaught of wrestling with nine pins en route to a tournament title at the Swede Umbach Invitational in Auburn (AL) on … more
ORANGE PARK – Ridgeview High’s girls basketball team is still riding an historic first in opening the 2018 season with six straight wins including a Monday 57-23 drubbing of Santa Fe High School. … more
ORANGE PARK - to say the Orange Park lady Raiders had a positive start to their 2018-2019 district home schedule would be an understatement. Another more appropriate word would be spectacular as … more
JACKSONVILLE – Middleburg High’s Storm Mercado and Oakleaf High David Parkes were the two lone champions at the Westside Kiwanis Wrestling Invitational held Friday and Saturday at Bishop … more
JACKSONVILLE – Orange Park High’s wrestlers got four titles en route to a team title at the Optimist Invitational hosted by Terry Parker High School in Jacksonville on Fri., Dec. 7 and Sat., Dec. … more
Mass incarceration has led to 8 percent of children in Florida, 312,000 of them, seeing at least one parent put behind bars, according to a new study by FWD.us and Cornell University. The Dec. 6 … more
I offer this letter to the community to provide clarification about the changes happening at the Clay County Council on Aging. My hope is that this information answers some questions and provides the … more
5 years ago, 2013 Alesia Ford-Burse said she was excited to announce that Orange Park Performing Arts Academy was gearing up to open with his inaugural class in the fall, becoming Clay County’s … more
In the late 1800s, Christmas always meant a major celebration at the Fleming family’s Hibernia Plantation and guest house. Things were busy all year round with the never ending duties required … more
Paul the Apostle powerfully expressed what cannot adequately be expressed in words when he declared “Thanks be unto God for his unspeakable gift.” (2 Corinthians 9:15) This is the season when … more
If you have ever seen a fish kill, the smell and sight is something you will never forget. Many of us have grown accustom to seeing fish kills in the summer, but during the winter months there … more
Abandoned, injured cats need homes for ChristmasORANGE PARK – A cat and a kitten who were found on Jacksonville-area roads abandoned and injured are looking for a good home as their Christmas … more
William (Bill) K. CookWilliam (Bill) K. Cook, 81, went to be with Lord on December 2, 2018. He was born in Peoria, Ill. on May 12, 1937. Bill spent 20 years in the Navy, was a Vietnam veteran, and … more
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