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Trenton’s Cheevers may be a Titan next

By Chris Rogers Tiger fans became Eagle fans and they just may become Titan fans. 2016 Trenton High School graduate Hamp Cheevers has made the headlines again. After having a record year as a Junior Cornerback at Boston College, Cheevers declared his intent to enter the NFL draft early. Many Gilchrist County residents, who normally would not be following the ... Full Story »

Chief of Public Safety presents Firefighter of the Year Award to Breton and Cumbie

On April 23rd, a large crowd turned out for The Firefighter of the Year Awards presented by Restoration Specialists. The ceremony took place at the Trenton Community Center. Chief of Public Safety Matthew Rexroat presented the award. In 2018, hundreds of residents across Florida nominated firefighters in their communities who demonstrated exceptional performance on the job. The winners for Trenton ... Full Story »

Zach Hardee signs with Berry College in North Georgia

Trenton senior Zachary Hardee signed with Berry College near Rome, Georgia, on April 17. Zach has attended Trenton High School for the past four years and been an integral part of the Trenton Varsity Baseball Team while at THS. He has also been a active member of the Trenton FFA Chapter. Coach Hall said that Zach has lead the team ... Full Story »

Tiger baseball wins 3, closes regular season this week

The Trenton Tiger baseball team improved their overall record to 19-3 last week with wins over Hamilton County, Union County and Williston. The Tigers traveled to Jasper on Monday to face Hamilton County and defeated the Trojans 18-6. Trenton opened this game with Sam Bryan on the mound as the sophomore went 2.2 innings, giving up 2 hits, 3 earned ... Full Story »

THS Girls Track finishes Regionals with two going to State

On April 27 four students on the girls’ track team competed at Regionals. In Regionals, Senior Standrea McHenry placed 10th in the high jump and 14th in the long jump. Junior, Rebekah Price placed 7th in discuss with a personal record. Eighth grader,  Jaden Riess placed 2nd in the 400m with a personal record. Price and Riess will compete in the ... Full Story »

Runnin’ Bulldogs headed to State Meet in Jacksonville

The Runnin’ Bulldogs of Bell High School traveled to Cypress Creek Middle/High School in Wesley Chapel, Florida to participate in the 2019 Class 1A Region 2 Track Meet on Saturday, April 27. They returned to Bell late on Saturday night with 8 track and field athletes qualifying for the state track meet. In arguably the most competitive region in the ... Full Story »

Gilchrist Remembers commemorated the anniversary of fallen GCSO Officers

Family, friends and citizens of Gilchrist County all gathered in the Memorial Park next to the Gilchrist County Courthouse on Friday, April 19, to remember the tragic loss of Sergeant Noel Ramirez and Deputy Taylor Lindsey. April 19, marked the one year anniversary of the senseless shooting of these two young officers. Sheriff Bobby Schultz’s assured the families that Gilchrist ... Full Story »

Area grocery chain sells, improvements planned

Last week all the Hitchcock’s Markets and the Trenton Foodway store were purchased by Carlos Alvarez. The Old Town Hitchcock’s Market was the only store not included in the chain grocery store purchase. According to Alan Hitchcock who sold the stores to a Minnesota based grocery store chain back in 2008, the new owner is very excited about buying the ... Full Story »

Walls Twins sign with Adrian College in Michigan

Friday, April 12th was an exciting day at Bell High School. Three Bulldog seniors signed letters of intent to play football for Adrian College in Michigan. Gage Slayten signed his letter of intent and brothers Johnathan and Nicolas Walls also signed their letters of intent to play for Adrian. Irene Richardson, Johnathon Walls, Lisa Manning, Nicholas Walls and Karen Richardson. Full Story »