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County on the wrong path when it comes to accessible bike routesClay County has long faced with the availability of bike routes.In an age in which people are more and more drawn toward using … more
Remember to wear blue this Sunday for St. Patrick’s Day. That’s right, blue. Believe it or not, blue, not green, was the original color for the cultural festival that marked the death of … more
I grew up in a household where spankings were acceptable and given often. So, I should be aggressive, abusive or mentally ill?I am neither of those things, and neither are any of my siblings.Working … more
Hello Clay County I’m Don Coble and I’m both proud and eager to be working with this incredible group at the Clay Today. Equally important, I’m looking forward to being part of your … more
The chief proponent of a proposed Florida Constitution amendment to declare that “only a citizen” may vote says the effort is a response to a nationwide effort by the “strident left” to allow … more
Consumer sentiment among Floridians increased 2.8 points in February to 100.9 from a revised figure of 98.1 in January. Similarly, the study by University of Michigan revealed nationwide index of … more
I wanted to what needed to be done to get an American with Disabilities Act accessible field at Little Rain Lake Park in Keystone Heights?As you know, we are at the southern end of Clay County and it … more
It’s back again, but it’s still bad. It will always be bad. I have a simple question for Republicans in Tallahassee who say arming our schoolteachers will make classrooms safer. Can they … more
I bet it’s a pretty rare thing that one’s boss turns in his two-week notice on the first day a person starts their new job, however, that’s exactly what happened to me Aug. 20, 2012, my first … more
For the past three years, a small group of people (Christians) have been walking every community in Clay County simply praying for protection from hurricanes, tornadoes, violence and invoking … more
Eleven people have applied to be Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried’s newly-created Director of Cannabis, according to information provided after a public records request. One of those … more
5 years ago, 2014Clay County School District officials unveiled a proposal called “wall-to-wall” academies for each high school in the district. Re-dubbed the Academies of Clay, the … more
The Office of Insurance Regulation has more than assignment of benefits reform and one-way attorney fees to worry about. Regulators also confront problems in the long-term care and flood insurance … more
Trying again under a U.S. House of Representatives that now has Democratic control, Kissimmee’s U.S. Rep. Darren Soto introduced two bills last week aiming to prevent immigration deportations of … more
Before I jump into this story, I want to make it clear that I hold the utmost disdain for the TSA. It’s an annoying governmental process that not only uses (and wastes) our tax dollars but does … more
This Week in history [Photo gallery]
5 years ago, 2013After deliberating six hours, a four-man, two-woman jury convicted a Jacksonville man of two counts of second-degree murder. Cornelius Walston, 30, of Jacksonville, had been on trial … more
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