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Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021. The Public Safety building located on Ocala campus. (William Cann / The Patriot Press)

Covid poses new challenge for campus safety

William Cann, Staff writer October 4, 2021

Covid has impacted all of us in different ways.  For some students, the decision to attend in-person classes relies upon a safe environment. This semester, students and staff at CF have been slowly...

Meadowbrook Churchs Strides to Sanity

Meadowbrook Church’s Strides to Sanity

Lexia Thomas, Editor In Chief September 14, 2021

Meadowbrook Church located here in Ocala is one of the biggest churches in our city. Meadowbrook was found in 1989 by Pastor Tim and wife Alicia Gilligan. The Gilligan’s had a strong urgent desire to...

Assistant Coach Jon Koenigsfeld and Outfielder Garett Wallace talk during a game. The
Patriots would finish the year 37-15.

Baseball Season Wrap Up

Chance Heinen, Staff Writer May 1, 2021

CF Baseball has come to an end for the 2021 Spring Season. Saturday the twenty-fourth marked the final game for many Patriots.  An unfortunate end to a promising season filled with highs and lows....

JC Mendez #11 stands in the box waiting for the pitch. The Patriots went on to drop game one in extra innings 10-9.

Even Highs Have Lows

Chance Heinen, Staff Writer March 31, 2021

On Wednesday, March 24, the CF Patriots took on the Seminole State Raiders. Starter Francisco Mateo took the mound for the Patriots. Mateo was hit early for six hits, including four runs allowed, and...

A hopeful prediction towards CF’s athletic programs

David Dossey, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

In 2019, CF made the challenging decision to cut three of its five athletic programs. The programs cut were the boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball, and volleyball programs. CF spokeswoman, Lois...

CF’s Safety Should Be Important To Everyone

Lauren Gillyard, Editor-in-chief March 14, 2021

Everyone has gone through a lot over the past year. Businesses were closed down, unemployment was high, and we were told to follow new standards given to us by the CDC.   CF, in general, has gone...

Bill Limiting Florida Bright Futures Funding

Patriot View Editorial March 14, 2021

The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program is a program that establishes lottery funded scholarships to Florida high school graduates for high academic achievements. In order to receive Bright Futures,...

CF’s expectations for classes in 2021

Sarah Toms, David Dossey, and Christian Gordon, Staff Writers March 1, 2021

As we approach the one-year mark since COVID-19 began, CF continues to adapt to the demands of the past year. The following are some changes students can expect for the 2021 summer semester.  CF has...

Covid-19 In The Workplace

Lexia Thomas and Sarah Toms, Staff Writers March 1, 2021

With the prolonging of Covid-19, it seems to feel like part of our normal lives. From places shutting down, to mask and social distancing requirements. Many offices, however, have different requirements...

Covid-19 Vaccine’s Test for Success

Lauren Gillyard, Editor-in-chief February 28, 2021

As of recently, the Covid-19 vaccine has been officially released to the public after a long wait.  According to floridahealthcovid19.gov, “beginning Friday, Feb. 12, Floridians will have access...

CF’s Softball Team’s back after Covid-19 ended their Season

Gianna Guerriero, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

CF’s Softball program had endured a very sudden end to their spring season last school year due to Covid-19. Everything was shut down effective-immediately and there was no questioning it. Everyone...

Covid-19’s Route to Normalization

Lauren Gillyard, Editor-in-chief February 25, 2021

After more than a year, Covid-19 has changed the lives of many. Although it has also normalized a lot of things that have happened in our society that has resulted from it.  The first initial reporting...

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