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Bell High School Homecoming King and Queen contestants

Don’t forget, the annual “Bulldog Growl” will be held at the Iris Roberts Auditorium starting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday night, November 4th. Admission will be $1.00 ages 5 - Adults. Free for children 4 years and younger. Doors will not open until 6:15 p.m. The Bell Homecoming Parade will start at 1:30 p.m., Friday, November 5th. Line up begins at ... Full Story »

The Lois Scott Quilting Center

The Night Owl Group of the Springhouse Quilter’s Guild honored Mrs. Lois Scott at their weekly meeting on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, by naming the meeting room of the Springhouse Quilt Guild building, “The Lois Scott Quilting Center.” The Night Owls recognized Mrs. Scott for her tireless efforts to better the quilt guild since she became a member in 1995. ... Full Story »

Bell FFA Shin-Dig and Auction to be held Nov. 9

Bell FFA Alumni will be hosting supper at the Annual Bell FFA Shin-Dig and Auction on Tuesday, Nov. 9th, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Bell High School Cafeteria. The evening will include supper, a fund raiser auction and lots of fun. Come on out and support the Bell FFA students at the Shin-Dig. If you are unable to make ... Full Story »

Riverside 8-man Football advances to semi-finals

The Riverside Christian Wranglers advanced to the SSAC 8-man semi-finals after defeating City of Life Academy 66-20 Friday night at home. The Wrangler’s quarterback, Carter Hodge had 4 touchdowns for Riverside. Kyle Spratlin had 2 touchdown receptions, 1 for 36 yards and 1 for 24 yards respectfully. Jason Cannon had 4 scores as he ran 60 yards for his longest ... Full Story »

Gilchrist County population is reported to be less than anticipated

By John Ayers The Gilchrist County Commission was surprised when Clerk of Court Todd Newton reported that the population information presented by the Bureau of Economic and Business Research of the University of Florida was lower than expected by 172. Mr. Newton explained that he was supplied these population estimates by the University of Florida and their population estimates were ... Full Story »

Ameris bank celebrates 50 years

To celebrate their 50th anniversary, Ameris Bank in Trenton gave out snacks, drinks, and gifts to customers Friday, October 22, 2021. The staff on Friday was, left to right: Michelle Benesh, Universal Banker II; Staci Salisbury, Assistant Branch Manager; Brent Bass, Commercial Banking Assistant II; Ellen Sikes, Teller II; and Josefina Quevedo, Universal Banker II. Full Story »

Bulldogs Got Game — Homecoming 2021 at BHS

It’s that time of year again! Bell High School’s Homecoming will be held during the week of November 5th and this year’s theme is “Bulldogs Got Game!” Here are the week’s Spirit Days: November 1st, “Clever Cranium” Monday - Dress like a Professor or a Nerd. November 2nd, “Code Purple and Gold, its Operation” Tuesday - Dress as Doctors, Nurses, ... Full Story »

Trenton Commission adjusts Garbage Rates in Resolution 2021-11

The Trenton City Commission held their second and final Regular Meeting in October, Monday night when Mayor Lee Deen and Commissioners Randy Rutter and Craig Ruede approved Resolution 2021-11, to adjust the rates and exemptions for garbage collection in the City of Trenton. Trenton City attorney David M Lang, Jr. presented Resolution 2021-11 to the board. The Commission discussed the ... Full Story »