Home >> Author Archives: Chris Rogers (page 10)

Author Archives: Chris Rogers

February 14, 2019 Obituaries

Marshall M. Clements Marshall Morrow Clements, lifelong resident of Dixie County went to his heavenly home on Sunday, February, 3rd; he was 85 years old. He is survived by his loving wife of 57 years, Mary Frances Valentine Clements; son Hugh Clements; daughter Lori (Tim) Powell; grandchildren, Joy Powell, Daniel (Brooklyn) Powell and Holly Clements (Chris) Clark; brother, Mitchell Clary; ... Full Story »

February 14, 2019 Legals

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 21-2018-DR-194 IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF: JOSEPH GILBERT GEDDES, JR., Husband, and NICOLE ANN GEDDES, Wife ____________________________/ NOTICE OF ACTION FOR PUBLICATION TO: Nicole Ann Geddes YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage, including claims for dissolution of marriage, payment ... Full Story »

Buck Mitchell Memorial Dove Shoot Raises Funds for Haven

The Buck Mitchell Family Foundation held its 9th annual Buck Mitchell Memorial Dove and Clay Shoot in November at James and Sam Swilley’s farm. The event raises funds for Haven Hospice and local charities. The Mitchell family recently came together at Haven’s Chiefland office to present a check in the amount of $6,000 in support of Haven’s unreimbursed programs and ... Full Story »

Trenton Sr. FFA team placed first in District Land Judging event

Gilchrist County FFA participated in the 2019 Land Judging event held on Friday, February 1. The judging event was hosted by the Levy County Soil & Water Conservation District. Over one hundred FFA students judged soil near Chiefland in the morning. After the land judging they were treated to lunch at the Tommy Usher Pineland Center at noon. After the ... Full Story »

2019 Walk-A-Thon raises $16,119 for Education

The Education Foundation of Gilchrist County Board Members were more than pleased with the outcome of the annual Walk-A-Thon held on Saturday. This year’s event moved from the traditional location at the county courthouse to the Depot in Trenton. There were ten teams entered in this year’s Walk-A-Thon and those teams collected $16,119 for the Education Foundation. The event opened ... Full Story »

Home Destroyed by Fire on CR 341 Sunday

The home of Fredy Feldmann was destroyed by fire on Sunday evening, February 3. The home was located on SW County Road 341. Gilchrist Fire Rescue Chief James Campbell reported that units from Gilchrist County Fire Rescue, Fanning Springs Fire Rescue, Trenton Dept. of Public Safety, and the City of Chiefland Fire Rescue responded to reports of a large residential ... Full Story »

Rock Bluff Springs preparing to open for public use, SRWMD seeking public input

The J.H. Anderson, Jr. Memorial Park - Rock Bluff Springs Tract is one step closer to opening for public use. On January 8, 2019, Suwannee River Water Management District’s (District) Governing Board approved a management agreement and plan that authorizes Alachua Conservation Trust (ACT) to provide management of the tract. The District and ACT are inviting citizens to attend public ... Full Story »

Trenton wins 3 to finish regular season 21-3

The Trenton Lady Tigers finished the regular season with 3 wins to post a 21-3 overall record, 12-0 in District 7 1A. On Tuesday the Tigers defeated Newberry 66-12. Trenton’s Standrea McHenry was selected the Player of the Game as the senior forward shot 21 points and collected 7 rebounds in the game. --- On Thursday, Trenton welcomed Lafayette County ... Full Story »