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Adam and Ashley Cook win coveted Statewide Honor from Farm Bureau

Florida Farm Bureau has presented Adam and Ashley Cook of Gilchrist County with its 2018 Achievement in Agriculture Award. The award recognizes Young Farmers and Ranchers for their skill at farm production, development of the enterprise and service to Farm Bureau and the local community. Adam and Ashley are fifth generation farmers who both grew up in farming. Their family ... Full Story »

Bell FFA Alumni’s big Shin-Dig a success

Good cakes, horseshoe crosses, and lots of good home cooking went a long way in making the Annual Bell FFA Shin-Dig a success. Parents, family and friends of Bell FFA came out to support the students and Alumni as Matt Westmoreland auctioned off some wonderful student made crafts and lots of cakes, cupcakes and candy. Heather Class, Bell FFA Alumni ... Full Story »

Alice Kinsey honored with retirement reception

Judge Sheree Lancaster hosted a retirement celebration for her longtime Judicial Assistant Alice Kinsey on Wednesday, October 31. Judge Lancaster shared about Kinsey’s career with a large group of judges and judicial assistants, current and retired from the 8th Circuit. Kinsey’s work with the court system began when she became the Judicial Assistant for the late Judge Ed Philman after ... Full Story »

Tigers finish regular season with 12-6 victory over Trojans

The Trenton Tigers finished their 2018 football season by defeating the Hamilton County Trojans 12-6 Friday night in The Jungle. For the Tigers it was a sweet victory to the end of a trying 2-8 season. Trenton jumped out to an early 6-0 lead as Wyatt Lovelace scored on a first quarter run. As the Tigers were just warming up, ... Full Story »

Bulldogs shut out Warner Christian to close season

By Matthew Harrell The Bulldogs closed out the regular season by winning consecutive games for the first time. They defeated Warner Christian, 52-0, Friday night. Despite the win, the Bulldogs failed to make the playoffs, as their win moved the Bulldogs from category 4 to category 3 and gave Branford the 10 points it needed to secure the sixth and ... Full Story »

November 8, 2018 Obituaries

Mr. Harold Joseph Angermeier Harold Joseph Angermeier, 92, of Archer passed away Friday, October 26, 2018. Mr. Angermeier was born in Mount Clemens, MI to the late George and Katherine Angermeier on September 10, 1926. He served in the United States Army. Mr. Angermeier was Director of Social Services for Pinellas County. He enjoyed football, reading, doing amateur magic and ... Full Story »

November 8, 2018 Legals

AMENDED NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT NEW RULES, REVISE AND/OR AMEND EXISTING RULES AND REPEAL OLD RULES Notice is hereby given that the School Board of Gilchrist County, Florida intends to adopt new rules, and revise and/or amend existing rules of the Board after a public hearing, as follows: POLICY 3.06 Safe and Secure Schools, 3.061(new) Domestic Security, 4.25 Virtual ... Full Story »

Bell Bulldog’s Volleyball Team wins District

Photo by Donny Joiner Back row: Shelby Waddle, Hailey Pope, Taria Liles, Maddy Sapp, Emma Hutto, Taylor Tompkins, Jillian Cassube, and Michelle Heilig. Front row: Jill Morgan, Jenna Holley, Aubrey Brown (middle row), Kylee Barry, Melonie Piechocki (middle row) and Juliana Whiting. Full Story »

Trenton and Bell do well at National FFA Convention

Lauren Roberts wins the national Prepared Public Speaking competition This past week the Trenton and Bell FFA chapters flew to Indianapolis to attend the 91st National FFA Convention. While in Indiana, the Trenton FFA chapter visited several farms in the area. Students learned about the honey and pollination industry at Hunter’s Honey Farm where they bottled their own honey to ... Full Story »