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The Beauty Bar opens in Trenton

Brittni Anderson the owner of The Beauty Bar Trenton’s newest salon is shown cutting the ribbon at her business opened on September 11. The new business is located at 806 East Wade Street in Trenton next to Subway. The salon features teeth whitening, teeth gems, permanent makeup, nails, massage, facials, lashes, and hair. Full Story »

Bell defeats First Academy 39-13 on Senior Night

By Katie Lovett The Bell Bulldogs hosted the First Academy Eagles on Friday, September 25; and recorded a 39-13 victory. The Bulldogs started early on with a touchdown within the first few minutes of the first period. After that they never looked back: as they rolled with 34 rushes, 343 yards of offense, 6 touchdowns, 3 of 5 passes completed ... Full Story »

Bell XC runs the Suwannee Invitational

The Runnin’ Bulldogs Cross Country team travelled to Live Oak to participate in the Suwannee Invitational on Saturday, September 26. 61 girls and 72 boys from 10 different teams; including Columbia, Suwannee, Fort White, Branford, and Bradford County high schools just to name a few, took part in the 5k race that took place at Heritage Park in Live Oak. ... Full Story »

Four seats up for election in Town of Bell

The Mayor of the Town of Bell issued a Proclamation to hold a General Election for the Town of Bell on Tuesday, December 1, 2020. This election will be held for the position of Mayor which is currently held by Thomas Brown, Town Council member Seat 3 which is currently held by Derek Sanders; Seat 4, which is currently held ... Full Story »

Taylor Pierson defeats Bell

The Bell Bulldogs were on the road Friday night in Taylor Pierson as they faced the 2-0 Wildcats. The Bulldogs played well but fell short of a victory as Pierson defeated the Bulldogs 30-12. The Bulldogs were led by Caden Hastings as the senior quarterback rushed for 114 yards on 16 carries and ran for a touchdown. He completed 2 ... Full Story »

Cambridge Christian defeats Trenton

The Cambridge Christian Lancers proved to be the team of the evening Friday night as they defeated the (1-1) Trenton Tigers, 24-6 in The Jungle. The Lancers scored 10 points in the 1st period and 7 points in the 2nd period to hold a comfortable 17-0 lead at halftime. Cambridge scored a touchdown and PAT in the 3rd period to ... Full Story »

Gilchrist Rotary becomes a 100% Paul Harris Fellows Club

The September 21, 2020 Gilchrist County Rotary Club meeting was a very special event. A total of 31 Paul Harris Fellowships were awarded, which makes Gilchrist County Rotary Club a 100% Paul Harris Club. This is a very special recognition for the club and in July, District Governor Jan Pooley sent the club congratulations on the accomplishment. “Even though these ... Full Story »

Alice White passes away at 105

Citizen’s of Gilchrist County were saddened to learn that Alice White, known by many as “Miss Alice,” passed away on Monday morning, September 21. Miss Alice was born on January 17, 1915, she was married to the late Willis White of Trenton. She loved attending church, baking cakes, fishing and her many friends throughout the Trenton area. She had a ... Full Story »

Community Open House for the Suncoast Connector Sept. 29 in Trenton

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) announces a public meeting to which all persons are invited. The Open House will be held on Tuesday, September 29, 2020, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The Open House will be held at the Gilchrist County Woman’s Club, 2107 S. Bronson Memorial Hwy (CR 339), Trenton, FL 32693. The Woman’s Club is located just ... Full Story »

County Commission tables decision on Pine Ridge RV Park until October 5th meeting

By John Ayers The Gilchrist County Commission had a capacity crowd attend the 4 p.m. Monday meeting, many of these residents and property owners shared their opinion that the proposed Pine Ridge RV Park is not compatible with the agriculture zoned, open spaced residential area. This Special Use Permit hearing was scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m. as over thirty ... Full Story »