2018 Post Office Food Drive
May 17, 2018
This year donations were a little off for letter carriers in Jacksonville for the annual food drive. The recent March tornadoes that ripped through northern Jacksonville were most likely to blame. Many residents are still displaced while others have... Read More...
City Employee Spotlight for May - Connie Nation
May 14, 2018
Decorating has been an interest of Constance “Connie” Nation ever since she was a young girl. “Interior design is my passion,” says Nation. The recent EF-3 tornado damaged her home putting those skills in action. “I’ve been redoing thing... Read More...
City Employee Spotlight for April - Roger Mills
April 19, 2018
When you ask Roger Mills what he likes most about his job, he says without hesitation that it’s his coworkers. “I’ve never had a job where I actually look forward to coming to work like I do this one,” admits Mills. “My manager, Chris Patte... Read More...
Jill Trued Named Kitty Stone Elementary “2018 Teacher of the Year”
April 19, 2018
It is no surprise that Jill Trued has been honored Kitty Stone Elementary “2018 Teacher of the Year”. She is known for going over and beyond supporting her students in realizing their potential and achieving excellence. Trued is loved by her stud... Read More...
Phillip Hunt is Jacksonville High School “2018 Teacher of the Year”
April 19, 2018
Phillip Hunt brings out the best in young minds every day influencing them to reach their full potential. He is always going the extra mile, making himself available for his students. This is what earned him the top teaching honor this year at Jackso... Read More...
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