Local SkillsUSA Students Participate in National Signing Day to celebrate CTE Career Commitments

-Photo: RIVEROAK Courtesy

DeSantis signs largest Tax Relief pkg. in Florida history

Save 25.3 cents per gallon on fuel for a tax-free month, , no tax on diapers or children’s clothes for a year, etc.

Staff Reports

On May 6, Governor Ron DeSantis signed House Bill 7071 which provides more than $1.2 billion of tax relief for Floridians. The bill provides for ten sales tax holidays for a variety of items commonly purchased by Florida families, including fuel, diapers, disaster supplies and, tools.

John Clark receives national Best in Care Award

By Tami Stevenson

Live Oak, Fla., - Local caregiver John Clark was chosen out of only six finalists from across the nation to receive the Best in Care Award by OnShift.

Obit, Obituary

In Memory of John E. Zieminski, Jr.

NFC Graduates Honored at Spring 2022 Commencement Ceremony

Submitted by: NFC Office of College Advancement

MADISON, FL –North Florida College awarded 123 students with degrees or certificates at the conclusion of its Spring Term 2022. Graduates were honored at NFC’s Spring 2022 Commencement Ceremony on May 6 at Van H. Priest Auditorium.

NFC Honors Registered Nursing Class of 2022

 

MADISON, FL – On Tuesday, May 3, North Florida College (NFC) was thrilled to resume its traditional pinning and lamp lighting ceremony for its Registered Nursing Class of 2022. Graduates made their way to the stage in Van H. Priest Auditorium to be honored and officially welcomed into the nursing profession.

LIVE OAK MAY 10 COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

City of Live Oak

Regular Monthly Council Meeting

A G E N D A

Tuesday May 10, 2022 5:30 P.M.

The Madison County Recreation Association, Inc. announces the May 20th Jubilee Celebration scheduled May 14-22, 2022.

SUWANNEE MAY 3 COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA

SUWANNEE COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

LIVE OAK CITY HALL

101 WHITE AVENUE SOUTHEAST

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA  32064

TENTATIVE AGENDA FOR MAY 3, 2022, 5:00 P.M.

SHS Tennis Varsity take 3rd in District

The boys team includes: Loren Anderson, 12th Grade - 1st position, Gabe Bracken, 12th Grade - 2nd position, David Esco, 12th Grade - 3rd position, Jake Wooley, 11th Grade - 4th position, Evan McMillen, 9th Grade - 5th position and Calay Anderson, 9th Grade - 6th position.

The girls team includes: Mattilyn Marsee, 12th Grade - 1st position, Nellie Lamb, 12th Grade - 2nd position, Caroline Simpson, 12th Grade - 3rd position, Madison Dear, 10th Grade - 4th position, Tayah Johnson, 10th Grade - 5th position and Jennifer Hancock, 10th Grade - 6th position.

By Tami Stevenson

Live Oak, Fla., – The Suwannee Tennis Varsity boys and girls teams worked hard and earned their way to districts on April 12, in Palatka. It was a hot day, with each player participating in multiple matches that lasted anywhere from 90 minutes to 2.5 hours. The teams are coached by Damon Wooley, Sydnie Sine and Michael Ammundsen.