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Lady Bulldog Cross Country Team Finishes 2nd at Cedar Key Invitational

The Bulldog Cross Country team participated in the 27th annual Cedar Key Cross Country Invitational on Thursday, October 5th. Eleven schools were represented at the annual meet, including Bell, Bradford County, Branford, Bronson, Cedar Key, Chiefland, First Christian Academy,  St. John’s High, Suwannee, Trenton, and Williston. The Lady Bulldogs team came in 2nd place behind runners Savana Thomas, Rayannah Mkuu, ... Full Story »

Trenton Football honored long-time Coach Tommy Malloy

Trenton Football honored long-time Coach Tommy Malloy at Friday night’s football game in Trenton.  Mrs. Beverly Malloy and her family were presented a Trenton Tiger football helmet and a signed jersey from the 2013 Tiger Football Team. Coach Malloy, although ill, still helped coach the 2013 team to the state championship. Close friends, fellow coaches, and family were invited out ... Full Story »

Sheriffs give Senator Bradley an award

On Thursday October 5th, Sheriffs representing District 5 of the Florida Senate gathered in Columbia County to present Senator Rob Bradley with an award for his efforts in supporting the Florida Sheriff’s Association and the Florida Sheriffs.  Senator Bradley’s district includes:  Baker, Bradford, Columbia, Clay, Dixie, Gilchrist, Lafayette, Levy, Suwannee, Union and parts of Marion Counties. Senator Bradley was truly ... Full Story »

High hopes for funding of much needed improvements at Trenton High

By Cindy Jo Ayers During last week’s Legislative Delegation hearing held October 4, in Trenton, State Senator Rob Bradley and State Representative Charles “Chuck” Clemons were in support of funding the Gilchrist School District project. Gilchrist County Superintendent Robert Rankin and the School Board have worked tirelessly to obtain funding for much needed facilities and improvements to existing buildings on ... Full Story »

State funding could be limited for Gilchrist County Jail

By John Ayers The Gilchrist County Legislative representatives, Representative Chuck Clemons and Senator Rob Bradley held their annual Legislative Delegation Hearing on Wednesday, October 4 as a good group of Gilchrist County residents and government officials shared their thoughts for what the county needs from the upcoming legislative session which begins January 9, 2018 in Tallahassee. This meeting began as ... Full Story »

Trenton falls to Newberry Friday night

The Trenton Tigers were out gunned Friday night as the Newberry Panthers defeated the host Tigers 51-17. This game was close in the first half as the Panthers held a 14-7 lead at intermission. The Tigers were competitive in the third period as Newberry increased their lead to 28-14. In the fourth period the Panthers pulled out all the stops ... Full Story »

Bell JV Football handles Trenton with ease

Bell JV Football Team after their victory over Trenton on Thursday, Sept. 28. The score was 32-6, this is the JV’s first win of the season. Cayden Hastings, Sam Cason, Rhett Rankin and Cory Tuten all scored touchdowns during the game. Coach Michael Moore stated that the defense and offensive line really stepped up this week to make the win ... Full Story »

Taylor Langford travels to Ethiopia with UF/IFAS program

Taylor Langford a graduate of Trenton High School spent her first trip outside the United States in Adama, Ethiopia. She was in Ethiopia  training 20 veterinarians and butchers from across the country how to safely prepare meat for their customers and family members. This is one of many ways students in the University of Florida College of Agricultural and Life ... Full Story »

Farm Bureau holds annual meeting and elects two new directors

Farm Bureau members from all parts of the county and few from out of county attended the Annual meeting on Thursday, September 28, at Trenton Elementary cafeteria. Longtime local Farm Bureau President Roy Wilson welcomed everyone to the meal and mentioned that during the last week two board members that had served the local Farm Bureau well had passed away. ... Full Story »