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

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.

Protection from Woke Indoctrination and Discrimination

Governor Ron DeSantis talking about the signing of HB 7 in Hialeah Gardens, Florida, last Friday.
-Courtesy Photo

Staff Reports

On April 22, 2022, Governor Ron DeSantis signed House Bill (HB) 7, in Hialeah Gardens, to give businesses, employees, children and families tools to stand up against discrimination and woke indoctrination.

Red Snapper 57-Day Recreational Season

-FWC Photo

The 2022 Gulf red snapper recreational season, which will total 57 days, the longest season since the state assumed management of red snapper, will include both a summer and fall season.

Strengthening Florida’s Election Integrity

Governor’s Press Office

Monday, Governor Ron DeSantis signed Senate Bill (SB) 524, Election Administration, to ensure that Florida continues to have secure and accurate elections.

Suwannee River Catfish Festival reels in crowds

The 2022 Suwannee River Catfish Festival, held last Saturday in Branford, was a welcomed event, especially since they were forced to cancel the last two years, due to the COVID pandemic. -SVT Photo by Tami Stevenson

By Tami Stevenson

Branford, Fla., – Branford’s 2022 Suwannee River Catfish Festival drew catfish fans and music lovers from far and wide at Suwannee River Greenway, Saturday, April 9.

NFC Physics Students Tour the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory

MADISON, FL - NFC Physics instructor Dr. Guenter Maresch took his Physics II students on a field trip to Tallahassee last week to tour the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.


City of Live Oak Regular Monthly Council Meeting


Tuesday April 12, 2022 5:30 P.M.

Governor DeSantis visits Jasper and awards more than $5.4 million to Hamilton County

Governor Ron DeSantis with Hamilton County Officials, during a press conference in Jasper, Florida, April 5, 2022 -SVT Photo by Tami Stevenson

Updated April 11, 2022

Robbie's Cafe, in Live Oak, has NEW PARKING LOT!

Live Oak, Fla., – 

SHS Tennis Varsity readying for Districts

The 2022 Suwannee High School Tennis Varsity Boys’ & Girls’ team is off to a good start, having won all but one of their matches, while they prepare for Districts! -Photo: Sydnie Sine