SUWANNEE RIVER REGIONAL LIBRARY SYSTEM CLOSINGS
Live Oak, Fla., – All branches of the Suwannee River Regional Library System will be
Animal Shelter busier since COVID
Suwannee County Sheriff Sam St. John holds a puppy while four year old Wyatt Green is not sure whether he wants to pet the puppy or play with their toys! -SVT Photo by Tami Stevenson
Miranda Douglas introduces one of their longest residents at the shelter, Target, to two-and-a-half year old Blaton. Target was adopted the following week after this photo was taken.
-SVT Photo by Tami Stevenson
By Tami Stevenson
For those that live in the rural parts of the county, finding abandoned dogs along the roadways is a heartbreaking and frustrating situation and it happens more frequently than many would imagine.
These dogs eagerly wait for their owners to return with every car that passes, sometimes staying in the very spot where their owners left them for days, waiting for them to return. They are scared, hungry and don’t know what to do.
By Tami Stevenson
With Florida still the number one travel destination in the nation, according to AAA, this year’s Thanksgiving gas prices are expected to be the most expensive in eight years.
Farm Share - Dec 3
LCPD - Farm Share is Florida’s nonprofit food bank doing the most to meet the everyday needs of hungry Floridians by making sure
RABIES ALERT FOR LIVE OAK
Kerry S. Waldron
Live Oak, Fla., –
Live Oak, Fla. – The Florida Department of Health in Suwannee County issued a rabies alert for the City of Live Oak from US 90 to the North; from White Avenue to the East; from Helvenston Street to the South; and Ohio Avenue to the West. This is in response to a confirmed case of rabies in a cat.
Cornbread, Chili, Cornhole – bringing locals together
– 2nd Annual Wellborn Cornbread Festival
The Cornhole Tournaments offered cash prizes totaling $1000 for Competitive and $500 for Novice and InterMediate. There was no shortage of players as eager participants competed to bring home the cash. -SVT Photo by Tami Stevenson
Columbia County Public Works is Prepared for Nicole
LAKE CITY, FLA., – (Columbia County, FL) The Columbia County Public Works department is preparing for Tropical Storm Nicole which is expected to be a Category 1 hurricane later today. Given forecasts predict Columbia County will receive 2- 4 inches of rain and possible wind gusts up to 40-50 mph, Public Works has activated its pre-storm response efforts.
THE VETERANS' DAY PARADE AND CEMETERY CEREMONY IN LIVE OAK CANCELED DUE TO NICOLE
ALL LIBRARIES IN THE SUWANNEE RIVER REGIONAL LIBRARY SYSTEM WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, DUE TO THE THREAT OF SEVERE WEATHER
Unofficial Election Results for North Florida
It looks like Republicans, for the most part, were the voters choice for Florida during the 2022 General Election yesterday.
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