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When you’re 17 episodes into binge-watching “Golden Girls,” you have time to think about things. You remember shaking hands with your friends. You remember hugging your children. You think … more
Never before have we been subjected to more emotional stress. For more than eight months, COVID-19 has dominated our lives. We’ve gained weight, lost wages and hope. We take one step forward in … more
The vast majority of Hispanic and Black voters believe a bachelor’s degree is key to success, according to a new survey released by the Helios Education Foundation and the Florida College Access … more
COVID-19 is a serious and frightening disease. It has destroyed lives and livelihoods. It’s dominated our politics and it’s turned the use of facemasks into a constitutional battle of free … more
COVID-19 is a serious and frightening disease. It has destroyed lives and livelihoods. It’s dominated our politics and it’s turned the use of facemasks into a constitutional battle of free … more
CLAY COUNTY – Throughout the years marketing to women has changed. Messages about what a woman should and shouldn’t be has also changed. In years past it was always a narrative given to women … more
CLAY COUNTY – An unknown insect on your citrus tree you value can be shocking. Your first instinct is likely to find a way to get rid of it but did you know oftentimes these insects are not pests … more
Florida will receive 6.4 million rapid tests for COVID-19 from the federal government, the latest step the Governor’s Office argues will help Florida reopen society. That haul, which Gov. Ron … more
From stricter penalties for ripping off military veterans to new guidelines for specialty license plates, 24 laws went into effect Thursday after being passed during the 2020 legislative … more
In response to increased protests, which have spawned violence and looting in parts of the country, Gov. Ron DeSantis and leading lawmakers standing beside law enforcement officers unveiled a plan … more
MIDDLEBURG – Ken Herda isn’t a bum. He doesn’t beg for money, rifle through garbage cans or talk to himself in the shadows. His car isn’t littered with empty beer cans or whiskey bottles, and … more
The U.S. News & World Report ranks the University of Florida as a top-10 public university, according to updated rankings released this month. The school is now ranked No. 6. Gator Country has … more
Economics author Ron DeLegge II once said, “99% of all statistics tell 49% of the story.” But sometimes numbers tell stories easier than words. Like, • As of Wednesday, 4,609 residents … more
This Sunday is Grandparents Day, a good opportunity to reflect on the importance of our elders in the lives of our families. Whether by birth or through adoption, grandparents are treasures … more
I have to admit I wasn’t sure if we’d ever get back to any real sense of normalcy, but the overdue return of football is an important start. I can’t wait to watch high school football on … more
Five years ago, 2015• The Clay County Planning Commission asks county commissioners to examine a policy that would require residents to obtain permits for backyard chickens.• School board … more
Ahead of the Department of Health and Division of Emergency management releasing its daily COVID-19 report Tuesday, the agencies announced that all of Florida’s agencies would end their testing … more
STARKE – Tyler Groves wants your vote. He’s running an unconventional campaign as a write-in candidate to be the next Superintendent of Clay County Schools. He’s collected, and spent, no … more
U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, though not speaking at the Republican National Convention, nonetheless is helping with messaging for the President’s reelection bid, making the media rounds Monday, but … more
Amid COVID-19 concerns, a University of Florida survey reports 60% of those questioned are considering voting by mail in the upcoming general election. While stories abound about the potential for … more
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