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Gov. Ron DeSantis offered some insight into his musical tastes last week, with a collaboration on what he suggested might be the “song of the summer.” The Governor appeared on “Fox and … more
From protecting life, strengthening families, honoring law enforcement, improving government accountability and providing tax relief for working families, the legislature continues to deliver on what … more
Editor: It is a great honor to serve Keystone Heights as your new Postmaster. I have seen firsthand the role the Postal Service plays in connecting neighbors and our community to the nation. … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Inspectors spent days examining every bolt of all 42 rides provided by Deggeller Attractions ahead of Thursday’s opening of the Clay County Agricultural Fair. Days after a … more
While the pandemic is by no means over, COVID-19 isn’t the only threat to public health we face. In fact, it might not even be our most serious challenge. Despite the tragic loss of over a … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The first truck of wooden horses, nuts and bolts arrived at the Clay County Fairgrounds early Tuesday. Within minutes, the Merry-Go-Round was taking shape. The work served … more
Progressive critics of the Florida Legislature’s redistricting process are filing suit in federal court — the second lawsuit filed about Florida’s congressional map before it reaches Gov. Ron … more
I drove to the Clay County Fairgrounds last week and passed a gas station on U.S. Highway 17 in Green Cove Springs where the price for regular unleaded gas jumped 20-cents in one day to $4.19 a … more
FLEMING ISLAND – Powerlifting America recently held its first Florida meet on Fleming Island at the Steel Mill Fleming Island gym. More than 20 lifters competed in this event. Powerlifting has … more
A bill establishing an election crimes investigations unit, banning ranked-choice voting, and requesting a study to look into changes to vote-by-mail forms passed its final House committee … more
The House took up a bill last week that would roll back a deal in last year’s public notice legislation, allowing counties to publish those notices on a county website. HB 7049, sponsored by … more
Over objections from some members that the bill could protect internet grifters and “neuter” Florida’s health care regulatory boards, a House panel on Monday voted 12-5 to pass a bill that … more
DAYTONA BEACH – If you didn’t have a ticket ahead of last Sunday’s Daytona 500, the only way you could have gotten into the Daytona International Speedway is with a subpoena. Every seat, … more
FLEMING ISLAND – There goes the neighborhood. The year-long search to buy a house in Clay County officially ended last Monday when I put pen to paper to close a deal on a home. After a year … more
A bill that could be considered defunding local newspapers is awaiting action in the Florida House State Affairs Committee, more than a week after a quick introduction and passage in the House … more
The American Cancer Society is praising the recently released Florida Senate budget proposal, which allocates $1.83 million for the Mary Brogan Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program as … more
By any measure, last Sunday’s Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum was smashing success. Although the quarter-mile track didn’t make for a lot of side-by-side racing or a lot of passing, it still … more
Hurley Haywood still remembers being overwhelmed by the enormity and importance the first time he came to the Daytona International Speedway.That was in 1973.“I remember the first time I came … more
The House Judiciary Committee OK’d a bill Tuesday that would ensure church doors are among the last to close during a declared state of emergency. Under the bill (HB 215), state and local … more
The sign in front of the Chick-fil-A near Branan Field Road doesn’t promote its chicken sandwiches or frosted lemonade. Instead, it offered support to a competitor, Grumpy’s … more
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