Foster parents play vital role in community | Opinion
Don’t get worked up over a few fumbled words | Cotterell
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Welaunee has been in works for 30 years | Opinion
On this issue my friend is terribly misinformed and her column is misleading to those who have not followed this process for the past three decades.
by Kim Williams | 4 days ago
Rushing Welaunee vote makes no sense | Dozier
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by Kristin Dozier | 4 days ago
There’s no evidence mail-in voting adds to fraud
体育在线365 Such a safe, popular means of boosting voter turnout is extra important in America's current closed-down climate.Bill Cotterell
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Local leaders best advocates for pandemic prep | Opinion
Simply put, pandemics are foreseeable, as are other vulnerabilities seemingly hidden in plain view.
by Mark Schlakman | 5 days ago
Welaunee vote without public disrespectful | Opinion
Why the rush? Maybe the developer and the commissioners supporting the developer want to get the deal done before the public weighs in.
Firing DOH employee sends wrong message | Cotterell
体育在线365 Rebekah Jones said she was fired for refusing to “manually change data to drum up support for the plan to reopen” many Florida businesses.
Join a virtual conversation on Welaunee | Matlow
Join the conversation live at Facebook.com/commissionerjeremymatlow from 3-5 p.m. Thursday.
TCC rising to challenge of COVID-19 pandemic
The college plans to safely, responsibly resume in-person on-campus classes for the fall semester, in compliance with all public health guidelines.
We can transform early education | Opinion
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Leadership preps Florida for reopening | Opinion
Let’s work with one another to get our economy going by helping out our local small businesses.
Virus robs spring athletes of chance to compete
My memories always go back to 1960, 60 years ago, when as a 16-year sophomore,
High Court’s Electoral College case might matter
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A city of makers responds to the pandemic | Opinion
Making Awesome had already printed several prototypes and put out the word that they needed more raw materials and more 3D printers.
Now’s the time for state to try virtual lawmaking
体育在线365 Isn’t it about time government caught on, or caught up? The internet looks like it's here to stay.
My socially distanced love affair with our local farmers | Opinion
The patronage of the Red Hills Online Market has been an absolute lifeline to local small farmers and ranchers.
Tallahassee needs a plan for the new normal | Opinion
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Why spend so much public money in northeast | Opinion
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Judge will have a message in ex-con voting case
体育在线365 U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle listened to the case of ex-cons who want to register for the November elections and left no doubt he'll rule for the plaintiffs.Bill Cotterell
Social isolation a challenge for seniors | Opinion
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A sign from the universe | Gary Yordon
We needed a good sign in the worst way. That’s why the lighthouse at St. Marks seemed so perfectly poignant.
Democrats face standard they helped lower | Cotterell
In the Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanaugh hearings, the Democrats have not exactly said all women must be believed in all cases.
‘Giving Tuesday’ is also ‘Giving News Day’
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Return to ‘normal’ is wrong direction | Opinion
The up side of where we find ourselves is that once we lift the blindfold of what America’s bottlenecks are, we can work to implement change.
Return to the surgical suite cautiously | Opinion
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Heart, dedication drive city employees | Dailey
Please join me in thanking all the dedicated professionals who serve our community.
Request a Vote-by-Mail ballot — in case you need it
Under Florida’s election laws, I cannot send you a Vote-by-Mail ballot unless you request one.
Vacation rental ban will decimate Franklin County| Opinion
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Can I run Kool Beanz safely in Phase 1? I don’t know
Please don't be critical of the small independent restaurants that can't embrace Phase 1 standards.
Rick Scott hits a sour note on jobless benefits | Bill Cotterell
Appearances matter. It ill-behooves a rich man to scorn the poor, even when they vote Democratic.
School now needs flexibility, patience | Opinion
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Florida tourism didn’t start with Disney World
A retired Florida A&M University professor maintains the Sunshine State’s reputation as a vacation spot really began after the Civil War.Bill Cotterell
Social distancers are getting restless | Yordon
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My nursing home colleagues and I are villainized
As someone who has dedicated my life to long-term care, it devastates me to see our residents so anxious about why their loved ones can't visit.
Want to open things up after coronavirus? A doctor tells you how | Opinion
We can open businesses and society back up quickly and safely — just as soon as we get a few things ready.