Hoping to put parents’ minds at ease, Columbia County’s top school official shared a brief video address on social media Tuesday regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and a plan to use distance learning
Columbia County received notice of its third positive case of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, today. The person ill with the virus is a 46-year-old male.
School officials say they’re taking extra precautions following news that one of the two COVID-19 cases now confirmed in Columbia County involves a 46-year-old woman employed at Niblack Elementary.
Not flinching at the ongoing global pandemic, a massive block party erupted at Lake City’s Annie Mattox Park for the second Sunday in a row over the weekend.
A second case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Columbia County Sunday evening, just hours after the first.
This time the patient is a 70-year-old woman.
FORT WHITE — The unexpected resignation of Fort White Town Clerk Katye Hughes has caused the town to change the way it does business — especially after Hughes refused to tell the mayor the password