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Is it COVID-19, a cold or allergies?

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Editor's note: Southeast Georgia Health System has shared the following information from infectious disease specialist Dr. Steven Mosher. Even during a pandemic, every little sneeze or cough should not cause panic. It is the height of pollen season, after all, and the Golden Isles are more golden...

Navy awards contract for Kings Bay dry dock work

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The Navy awarded its first contract this week for what could be close to $1 billion dollars in improvements to accommodate Columbia class submarines at Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base. The Navy contracted with a St. Louis firm for $191.9 million for the first phase of work on the dry dock. “The...

First Camden County, Ga. coronavirus case confirmed

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Just in from the Coastal Health District The first confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Camden and Liberty Counties today. Both counties now have 1 confirmed case each, and both residents are recovering at home. As COVID-19 continues to spread in our area, it is important to note...

Drones aid foresters

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Two drones are on test runs in Florida to scope out firefighters on the ground and record prescribed burns from above.  Although drones aren’t yet utilized in Nassau County, the Florida Forest Service has two drones that are sent out as part of a testing phase elsewhere in the state,...

Coronavirus precautions shift election, cancel events

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    As public health officials continue to issue advisories, events are being postponed and government offices are closing to the public or changing how staff interact with residents. The primary election has also been delayed. This article will be updated as more information...

Council approves lot divide

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The Hilliard Town Council approved a commercial and residential lot split between Orange Street and U.S. 1 March 9. The council voted 3-0 to approve the request by Patricia J. Sullivan and Wayne Bishop. The approval comes at the recommendation of the Hilliard Planning and Zoning Board....

Accident claims Nault, two horses

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A Callahan woman died while helping another motorist Feb. 27. Kenneth Roden, 70, of Callahan struck two horses that were standing in the middle of the southbound lanes of U.S. 301 around 6:45 p.m., according to a press release from the Florida Highway Patrol. He was driving a silver 2004 Toyota...

Congratulations, state champions!

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The West Nassau High School cheerleaders dominate the competition again to win the state title in the Florida High School Athletic Association’s Class 1A Medium Non-Tumbling category. The team, coached by Samantha Beazley, earned a 93.8, which was the only score in the 90s achieved by any team in...