6-18-19

Live Oak CRA June 25 Meeting Agenda

6-18-19

State Softball Tournament Coming to Southside Sports Complex - Beginning June 20

6-18-19

SUWANNEE COUNTY JUNE 18 COMMISSIONERS MEETING AGENDA

6-13-19

Father's Day Blues at High Springs Community Center & Museum

Featuring Crosseyed Cat, The Deviljay’s (Duo) & Kellie Rucker



6-13-19

Victims of domestic violence may receive unemployment under new Florida law

CS/HB 563



6-13-19

Artbeats By Je’ Czaja



6-13-19

Scalloping season on the Gulf an adventure the entire family would enjoy



6-13-19

New protections from alcohol or drug overdose prosecutions



6-13-19

One-Ring Phone Scam Designed to Entice Return Calls



6-13-19

Appreciation for their pastor - Harvest Fellowship has a heart for missions, Jasper



6-6-19

World Blood Donor Day coming June 14

6-6-19

Homeless Coalition Meeting June 11, 2019 @ 3:30 pm

6-6-19

Live Oak June 11 City Council Meeting Agenda

6-4-19

UPDATE*** UPDATE 9:28 P.M. MONDAY: All lanes are now open on I-75 and I-10.

TRAVEL ADVISORY: I-75 NB and SB, I-10 WB closed due to crash



5-29-19

Hooked On Heroes would like to thank all of the individuals and the following business sponsors that helped make the April 6, 2019 fishing trip a success!



5-29-19

26th Annual Wellborn Blueberry Festival, June 1st

5-29-19

Governor awards over $1M to Columbia County and more



5-29-19

Estate auction draws huge crowd




5-29-19

Student Loan Forgiveness for Disabled Veterans may become automatic



5-29-19

The 67th Annual Florida Folk Festival packs White Springs

At Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park



5-20-19

NFCC Announces Spring 2019 Academic Dean's List

5-20-19

J.H. ANDERSON JR. MEMORIAL PARK
GRAND OPENING MAY 31

5-18-19

Governor Ron DeSantis signs CS/HB 107: Wireless Communications While Driving



5-17-19

LAKE CITY MAY 20 COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

5-17-19

Car enthusiasts enjoy Cruisin on the Suwannee



5-17-19

141st Basic Recruit Class Graduates From FHP Training Academy



5-17-19

FDOE Names Hamilton County Educator Leigh Ann Norris Teacher of the Year Finalist



5-17-19

19th Annual Suwannee CARES Celebration
Farmers from the Suwannee and Santa Fe River Basins Recognized for Environmental Leadership



5-17-19

Drive 4 UR School Event a Success at Branford High School

Sponsored by Walt's Live Oak Ford

5-11-19

Suwannee Commissioner May 21 Meeting Agenda

5-9-19

Live Oak, May 14, Meeting Agenda

5-3-19

Suwannee Commissioners May 7 Meeting Agenda

5-3-19

Texting while driving bill headed to Governor’s desk



5-3-19

A Mother’s Love
Biblical perspectives



5-3-19

NFCC Welcomes 94 Students as New Members of PTK Honor Society



5-3-19

Bill to ban sanctuary cities passes Florida Senate and House –Headed to Governor's desk



5-3-19

Madison Down Home Days grows each year



5-3-19

May Events at Jo Kennon Dowling Park Public Library

4-17-19

New Protections for Law Enforcement Staff and Animals



4-17-19

A place to belong
North Florida Arts & Sciences Academy of Lake City


4-17-19

U.S. Measles Outbreak Continues - What You Should Know
Now reaching 19 states - Florida included



4-17-19

2019 Suwannee River Catfish Festival packs Greenway Park in Branford



4-17-19

Blast from the Past
-Stephen Foster Antique Tractor and Engine Show big hit


4-17-19

Hooked On Heroes organizes great day of fishing with veterans



4-12-19

City of Lake City April 15 Meeting Agenda



4-12-19

Suwannee Commissioners April 16 Meeting Agenda

4-11-19

Suwannee River Catfish Festival this Saturday, April 13, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Suwannee River Greenway Park in Branford, Florida. LIVE MUSIC - FOOD - FUN - ARTS & CRAFTS - KIDS FUN & GAMES. Performances by Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute band 'Pronounced', Ronny McKinley Band, Joe Reid & Heartland Band, Kentucky Sleepy Hollow Band and more! For more info call 386-288-0580.



4-11-19

Easter Sunrise Service at Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park

4-8-19

Live Oak City Council April 9 Meeting Agenda

4-3-19

Local teen works toward Girl Scout Gold Award





4-3-19

Florida Charter School Students Consistently Outperform Public School Students – Recent study by FLDE



4-3-19

‘Liberty Dollar’ Revived and in Live Oak



4-3-19

Wings Over Suwannee

A flying success


4-3-19

Tips to Avoid Tax Scams and Identity Theft as Filing Deadline Nears



3-30-19

April events at Suwannee River Regional Library - Live Oak

3-30-19

April events at Jo Kennon Dowling Park Public Library

3-29-19

Lake City April 1 Council Meeting Agenda



3-29-19

Suwannee Commissioners April 2 Meeting Agenda

3-28-19

Southside Sports Complex Hosting 3 Tournaments This Weekend

3-21-19

Hooked on Heroes event! April 6

At the Sea Hag Marina in Steinhatchee. Start time is 8:30 a.m. and will end between 2:00 or 3:00 p.m.. Suwannee County Sheriff's office will be serving a chicken and rice dinner when the veterans return.



3-20-19

Spills of raw sewage by the City of Valdosta is unacceptable

North Central Florida Regional Planning Council River Task Force Adopts Resolution



3-20-19

Representation in Washington?
You be the judge



3-20-19

Stephen Foster's

Antiques, Arts & Collectibles Day


3-20-19

Smoking medical marijuana now legal to qualified Florida patients



3-20-19

19th Annual Wild Azalea Festival



3-16-19

Human Trafficking Symposium in Jasper April 3

3-15-19

Suwannee Commissioners

March 19 Meeting Agenda

3-8-19

Columbia County’s First Solar Power Plant is now powering the county grid



3-8-19

Hardee Spring and Wekiva-Ocala Greenway approved for Florida Forever land acquisitions

 

Florida’s First Magnitude Springs Project at Hardee Spring and the Wekiva-Ocala Greenway Will Protect a Wide Variety of Florida’s Natural Resources



3-8-19

Fort White car show raises thousands for Cystic Fibrosis


3-8-19

Feagle Elected Third Circuit Chief Judge



3-8-19

Looking Back on Old Columbus
Historic forgotten town at Suwannee River State Park



3-8-19
Hundreds of students visit RIVEROAK Tech’s Career Fair



3-4-19

FDOT, CSX to perform railroad work on U.S. 129 in Live Oak




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