Suwannee Valley Times is distributed into the following cities and towns: Lake City, Live Oak, Madison, Branford, Dowling Park, Falmouth, Lee, Wellborn, Jasper, White Springs, Fort White, High Springs and Alachua

Local gospel singer/musician becomes full-time pastor

Lighthouse Christian Center, in Mayo, has new pastor, Earl Green, right, along with his wife, Wanda Jean Barrett Green and granddaughter, Sammi Green. -Photo: Submitted

Legal Notice HB 35 is big win for newspapers

By Tami Stevenson

On May 7, 2021, Governor Ron DeSantis signed HB 35 into law. The Legal Notices Bill, which originally sought to remove newspaper publishing requirements all together, in what they called ‘modernizing’ the way legal notices were published, has been amended. After the compromise, the bill passed with a vote of 105 Y’s to 9 N’s.

Lake City Medical Center CEO Rick Naegler accepts Missouri position

-LCMC Courtesy Photo

By Noah Walker

The HCA Healthcare North Florida Division announced today the departure of Lake City Medical Center CEO Rick Naegler who has accepted the Chief Executive Officer position at a regional medical center in his home state of Missouri. His last day with the hospital is Wednesday, June 9. Jill Adams, Lake City Medical Center CFO will serve as Interim CEO while a national search is conducted. 

Respecting the dead
– New monument placed at McClellan Cemetery

Retired archeologist Jennings Bunn sitting with the newly donated monument from Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens in Lake City. - Photo: Submitted

DeSantis proclaims state of emergency due to Colonial Pipeline cyberattack and shutdown. Motorists dash to pumps.

This photo was taken at the pumps of a gas station, Tuesday evening, in Lake City, along I-75 and may get worse before it gets better. -SVT Photo

LIVE OAK MAY 11 CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

City of Live Oak Regular Monthly Council Meeting

A G E N D A

Tuesday May 11, 2021 5:30 P.M.

Meeting called to order

Invocation followed by Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag

RIVEROAK TECH - Local SkillsUSA

Students Participate in National Signing Day
to celebrate CTE Career Commitments
Event recognizes students pursuing a career in the skilled trades.

RIVEROAK Technical College showing students who participated in the signing event. -Photo: Submitted